The Saskatchewan Quarter Horse Association is an organization affiliated with the Canadian Quarter Horse Association and American Quarter Horse Association. SQHA's objectives are to promote and encourage the development and improvement of the Quarter Horse Breed.
It is with heavy hearts we must share with SQHA members the passing of Sheldon Soderberg. He passed away peacefully April 18, 2015 with his family at his side.
Sheldon was a highly respected AQHA judge, a world class trainer, an amazing teacher and a loving husband and father. He trained many AQHA champions and Superior champions. Sheldon, his family and customers always supported our SQHA Shows and we very much enjoyed their presence and competition they brought to our shows. Sheldon will be greatly missed.
On behalf of SQHA, our deepest sympathies go out to his wife Cindy, and two children Lindsay (Kyreon) and Wayne.
2014-2015 SQHYA RAFFLE WINNERS
1st - 2014 AQHA DUN COLT
WINNER: TYLER FEHR
2ND - JD KIDS TRACTOR
WINNER: JOAN KARPINSKI
3RD - THE RIDER STORE GIFT CARD
WINNER: JACE EHNISZ
Thank you to our generous sponsors:
Coalmine Creek Quarter Horses - Ian & Melanie Burns, Moose Jaw
South Country Equipment, Moose Jaw
JPM Farms - Jean Paul & Marlene Monvoisin, Gravelbourg
Congratulations to Lloyd Turner of Shamrock, SK for being awarded the AQHA 50 Year Breeder's Award. Lloyd was one of only nine breeders to receive this award in 2014, and the only Canadian! To watch the Banquet from Amarillo, click here (note: fast forward to 50:30 to see Lloyd's presentation and speech). More information about Lloyd and the other breeders will be featured in the January and February issues of The American Quarter Horse Journal. Congratulations Lloyd on this prestigous award!!
While many of the AQHA Shows nation-wide have been seeing a decrease in overall numbers throughout the last few years, SQHA shows have been growing! Our shows in 2014 were bigger than they have been in the past 15 years. But we can only do this with the help of our sponsors!
2015 SQHA Sponsorship Form