All horses entered and shown at the All American Quarter Horse Congress must have a paid stall.
- General Horse Show Stalls: $350
- Reining and Ranch Riding Stalls: $280
- Barrel Racing and Pole Bending Stalls: $175
- Roping Stalls: $50 per horse per night
The stall agent is considered the responsible party for all stalls listed under his/her name and is subject to and bound by all rules as outlined in the Congress Entry Book.
A maximum of 26 stalls per agent (no exceptions) will be assigned to any one designated agent and one person must be designated as agent for the group. Entries for exhibitors wishing to stall together MUST be received in one envelope (with a maximum of 26 stalls per envelope). All information will be sent to designated agent.
General Horse Show entries please complete the Stall Assignment Ticket for stalling preferences. Horses not obtaining stalls in their prefered barns may choose to have stalls in other remaining areas. You must arrive prior to midnight, Tuesday, October 13th.
Reining & Ranch Riding Exhibitors
All reining and ranch riding stalls will be pre-assigned in the Adequan Barn. Reining and ranch riding horses must vacate stalls by 8:00 am on Wednesday, October 7th.
Multiple checks, money orders or credit cards WILL be accepted as payment for entry and stall fees. Entries for exhibitors wishing to stall together MUST be received in one envelope. An additional 3% convenience fee will be assessed to all credit card charges. Entries will not be processed until stall fees are paid.
Tack stalls will be limited to a maximum of three at $350 each, and are available as follows:
1-4 horses: 1 tack stall
5-8 horses: 2 tack stalls
9-21 horses: 3 tack stalls
An additional two tack stalls are available at $375 each.
Arrival Dates and Times
Reining, Ranch Riding, Cutting Horse Arrival:
8:00 am Monday, September 28th
Roping Horse Arrival: 8:00 am Tuesday, October 6th
All other horses with pre-assigned stalls:
Early Arrival: 8:00 am Thursday, October 8th Fee: $25 per horse
Regular Arrival: 8:00 am Friday, October 9th
The stall office operates 24 hours a day through the end of the show. All horses must be off the grounds by 8:00 am Monday, October 26th.
Stall assignments will be available Monday, September 21st.
Stall Re-assignment: Stalls in the Gilligan, Ag & Horticulture, Voinovich, Buckeye, Swine and the Adequan barn may become available after Tuesday, October 13th. See stall office upon arrival for possible options. Stalls not being used will be reassigned if a stall shortage occurs.
Stall Release Form
All horses must have a stall release form from the stall office, except on Sunday, October 25th. If a leave and return stall release is issued, you will not be guaranteed the same stall upon returning. See stall office for details.
Keep us GO GREEN in 2020 - Congress has a new Licensed Recycling Service that will recycle our manure provided it is a pure organic product, free of trash and medical related items. Help us GO GREEN by following the below requirements:
- Manure only in manure pits - no trash of any kind.
- Remove stall mats and foam insulation.
- Place all medical related waste in appropriate containers.
- Advise Congress management of any trash in manure, including location.
Stall decorations may not extend more than three feet into the aisle and must not block or close access to any aisles. Construction must be completed by 7 a.m. on Saturday, October 10th. Decorations may NOT be removed while the horse show is in progress. Decorations may be dismantled after the conclusion of the show each day until 7 a.m. the next morning, for the safety of our exhibitors, spectators and horses. All electrical appliances, extension cords, and electric usage must be approved by the barn manager.
Exhibitors/Agents are discouraged from using tile flooring with stall decorations. If tile flooring is used, the exhibitor/agent is responsible for removal of tiles.
Exhibitors who do not follow this rule will be held responsible for repairs and damages, as well as, forfeit their eligibility for the 2021 stall assignment process.
Fire Safety and Animal Protection
Help us comply with the Ohio State Fire Marshal’s code in order to keep horses and exhibitors safe.
The State Fire Marshall will require the following:
A. Stalling areas/Stall Build-outs/Covered Stalls:
a. Fully functioning smoke detector
b. Fully functioning ABC-rated (5 lb.) fire extinguisher
c. All wall hangings, fabric, or other decorative materials shall be made of flame resistant or
d. Do not construct anything that creates new fire hazards, such as building too close to existing
electric lines or up against combustible materials, or block open access to essential life
safety system components like sprinkler valves and pipe/hose connections.
e. Use Commercial grade extension cords instead of residential cords. Do not overload
extension cords or daisy chain extension cords to each other.
f. Three feet clearance must be maintained between sprinkler heads and the top of covered
g. No open flames
B. General Safety:
a. No smoking inside any building, tent or near any manure piles.
b. Do not block any fire extinguisher, interior exit, door, aisle or hallways, or outside fire lane.
c. Do not store propane tanks without proper safeguards.
d. Do not allow hay, unused/discarded construction materials, animal care items and additional
combustible materials to pile up anywhere.
Stall Shavings, Pellets, and Board Orders
You MUST complete the stall assignment ticket for shavings, pellets and board orders (2 boards needed per stall). Shavings, Pellets and boards will be available for purchase. No delivery charge for pre-orders of shavings, pellets, and boards. All shavings, pellets, and boards NOT pre-ordered are subjected to a delivery charge.
Stall Mat Rental & Disinfecting
Please contact Elite Stall Mat Rentals at 855-MATS-200 for Stall Mats and Stall Disinfecting.
The All American Quarter Horse Congress would like to extend our sincerest condolences and prayers to the friendsmore