From left to right: Kimberley Anderson (Coach), Aimee Drake (Rider), Olivia Pearson (Leadership), Kelsey Hare (Rider), Jessica Bon (Alternate), India Holder (Leadership), Lindsey Osborne (Rider), Stephanie Milligan (Leadership), Dan Carlisle (Rider), Jed Southcombe (Rider), Sharon Higgins (Manager) not pictured

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DATE: 12th - 15th February 2014

VENUE: Manfield Stadium, Kawakawa Road, Feilding

JUDGE: Steve Meadows USA


With a big thank you to Jan Robinson our National Show results are now available to view and download.

We would also like to take the time to thank our "SPONSORS". Their ongoing support of the National Show helped make it the great success it was. Please take time to view their page attached and wherever possible support them as they have supported us. 

To our competitors we offer a huge thanks for your professionalism and camaraderie, and also to all our helpers that worked tirelessly throughout making this a very smoothly run show. 







When you are a financial member of AQHA-NZ and you compete with a Quarter Horse registered with AQHA-NZ, you have the chance to gain a variety of awards:

  • Annual awards - using points from August to July each year
  • National Show awards - using points gained at the annual National show
  • Lifetime awards - using all points gained in a lifetime

For 2012, it was a trip to East Bavaria, Germany for Kelsey Hare, Kayla Drake, Ellen Osbourne, Georgia Higgins, Josh Robins and reserve Jed Southcombe.

In 2010 it was back to the USA, this time Oklahoma City.

In 2008, it was off to London, Ontario, Canada.

The 2006 World Cup was held in Amarillo, Texas.

The 2004 campaign in Australia saw NZ produce one World Champion, with Joel Gregory taking out the cutting title.

A New Zealand team has competed at the QH Youth World Cup since the second time it was ever held, and have never missed a year.

Read more to see results from 1981 - 2002

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