James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex
at The University of Findlay
November 9-11, 2018
The University of Findlay is pleased to host the 2018 Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund USHJA Emerging Athletes National Training Session. Do you want to turn your passion into a rewarding career? Interested in learning more about The University of Findlay's nationally ranked equestrian program? Visit University of Findlay's Equestrian Studies. To schedule a tour or to learn more, contact Meri Marsh, Director of Equestrian Studies & Equine Business Management at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicole Thungen, Director of English Equestrian Studies at email@example.com.
The USHJA Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Nationals, presented by The Plaid Horse, is a multi-phase event that puts the top scoring participants, who advanced through HQC Levels One and Two, to the ultimate test. HQC Nationals, formerly known as the HQC Finals, consists of a written exam, a horsemastership/identification exam, and a final practicum that requires participants to demonstrate their mastery of practical horsemanship knowledge.
In 2018, the 24 individuals who score the highest on the Level Two Quiz will be invited to compete in the HQC Nationals where they can win a variety of prizes. The overall champion will receive a $2,000 grant for training and education, provided by the USHJA Foundation and a Charles Owen helmet. Reserve champion will receive a $1,500 grant for training and a Charles Owen helmet. Third overall will receive a $500 grant and Charles Owen helmet.
USHJA will invite the top 24 qualified participants to the Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Nationals via email beginning in September. (If a top-24 individual zone finisher cannot attend, or a zone does not have a top finisher from the Level Two Quiz, that spot will be open to the next nationally ranked finisher.)
What You Need to Know:
For details on Nationals qualifying procedures, please review the Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Specifications.
The Horsemanship Quiz Challenge is supported in part by generous grants from the United States Equestrian Federation and the USHJA Foundation. To help support the HQC program, click here to make a charitable donation today.