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Upcoming Events


April 7th: Paint Night Fundraiser

Location: The Main Cup, 14 W Main St, Middletown, MD 21769

Doors open at 5:30 pm, painting begins at 6:30 pm

No painting experience necessary! Come enjoy step by step instruction, a 16x20 canvas, and everything you'll need to create your masterpiece.​

$45 per person

For more information and to purchase your tickets, please visit the event on our Facebook page.

​We hope to see you there!


July 7th-10th: MSQHA Black Eyed Susan Circuit

AQHA / MSQHA

Location: Prince George's Equestrian Center, Upper Marlboro, MD

Judges: Darren Wright, Marilyn Randall, Jeff Allen, Ron Stratton

We look forward to seeing everyone in 2022 for the second annual Black Eyed Susan Circuit. Stay tuned via our Facebook page for updates and information on the spectacular prizes and fun activities!

July 7th: Novice Level 1 AQHA Show

Judge: Joe Stanco

Starts at 7:30

Haul-In Fee: $20 per day


For stalls contact: Mark Miller, Show Manager

(301)-751-3386 mmille2548@aol.com 



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

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.

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.

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