Oklahoma Pinto Horse YOUTH

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Youth News

 Youth members, Megan Olson and Colton Carter – first cousins – signed scholarships with the ag program at Cloud Community College, where they will compete in livestock judging beginning this Fall. 

Youth members, Megan Olson and Colton Carter – first cousins – signed scholarships with the ag program at Cloud Community College, where they will compete in livestock judging beginning this Fall. 

 

Scholarships

Our 2018 scholarship recipients are Megan Olsen and Colton Carter! Congratulations!

OPtHA emphasizes good horsemanship through proper methods of training both horse and rider; to provide recognition for young people who own or show Pinto horses; to promote ideals of citizenship, sportsmanship, showmanship, and leadership, and to promote capabilities of youth in raising, and competing on Pinto horses.

There are youth programs designed for the beginning showman as well as those that challenge the most advanced exhibitor. Any individual 18 years of age or younger as of January 1st of the current year that are interested in Pinto horses are eligible for membership.