The purpose of our association is to improve and promote the American Quarter Horse breed and stimulate the sale, breeding, exhibition, general use and enjoyment of the Quarter Horse. We encourage educational, social, recreational, and competitive participation. The Maryland State Quarter Horse Association fosters future development of the American Quarter horse through the support of the Youth Association.

MSQHA sponsors horse shows, novice shows, trail rides, competitive trail rides, and clinics.


Banquet and awards ceremony for our 2016 winners is early this year so please mark the date on your calendar. Make dinner reservations with Trae Buckwalter. CLICK HERE FOR FLYER

2016 points are now available to view! CLICK THIS TO VIEW. We suggest that you review this sheet and make sure it is correct. Contact Linda McArthur if corrections need to be made or if you have questions.You can contact Linda at


Annual MSQHA Tack Sale is March 12, 2017 at the Howard County Fairgrounds. The sale will run from 12 p.m to 4 p.m. The youth association will be providing lunch. Contact Joy Woolford to reserve tables at  Click here for tack sale flyer for more details.


Thanks to Anganette Bizzarro and Amy Park for volunteering to provide support for our youth group. The two of them will be working closely with youth advisor, Sabrina Ginn. We know they will make a great addition to our youth organization!


We welcome our 2017 officers and board of directors! They are as follows:


President: Linda McArthur

Vice President: Rhonda Replogle

Secretary: Deanna Rippeon

Treasurer: Linda Stapf

Board of Directors:

Angelo Bizzarro

Rick Buckwalter

Jerry Burchinal

Judy Carroll

Sabrina Ginn

Barb Hockenberry

Kim Hiett

Reena Lentz

Paige Merriam

Debby McClelland

Joy Woolford

Margaret Zaiser

Recent Updates 

We offer plenty of events including our annual tack swap, trail rides, competitive trail rides, clinics, and horse shows. At the end of each year, we have a pot luck dinner and meeting. 

Fill out form below if you know someone that shows good sportsmanship qualities for a chance to win an award. This is in memory of the accomplished horseman, Walter Hughes.

The youth organization seeks to encourage the development of leadership, initiative, self-reliance, sportsmanship as well as other desirable traits of character. 


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