NWVQHA Youth Team
The Northern West Virginia Quarter Horse Youth Association, is a youth team organization in affiliation with the American Quarter Horse Youth Association and within the scope of the rules, by-laws, and regulations of the American Quarter Horse Association. The NWVQHYA parent organization is the Northern West Virginia Quarter Horse Association.
The objectives and purposes of the Northern West Virginia Quarter Horse Association are as follows:
a.) To improve and promote the American Quarter Horse.
b.) To improve and develop the capabilities of youth, both individually and through group participation, in the breeding, raising, and exhibition of Quarter Horses.
c.) To develop and improve scholarship, leadership, and community interest and participation of youth.
d.) To encourage sportsmanship, cooperation, and high moral character of young horseman.
e.) To acquaint youth members with the parent organization, the Illinois Quarter Horse Association, it’s structure and function.
(Left to Right) Riley Davenport, Khylee Maglione, Riley Miller, Taylor Ramsey, Macy Reckart, Jenna Ratke, Evalee Binns, Hannah Stanley
Youth Qualifying Dates
The 2018 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show will be held August 2-11 at the State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The 2018 qualifying period runs from May 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018.
To qualify for the Congress NWVQHYA Team, points will be calculated by placings at the four (4) NWVQHA shows. The lowest score for each exhibitor will be dropped before scores are tallied.
2017 Youth Team Officers
President: Riley Miller
Vice President: Macy Reckart
Secretary: Evalee Binns
Treasurer: Joely Miller