NYATT

National Youth Activity Team Tournament

Presented by NSBA Smart Points

The All American Quarter Horse Congress hosts the largest National Youth Team Tournament competition in the world. It brings together many youth from state and regional Quarter Horse associations across the U.S. and Canada.

Team Requirements
Teams consist of one to fourteen members and must be sponsored by a state or regional Quarter Horse Association. Youth associations are not permitted to sponsor Teams. Teams must be endorsed by their state affiliate. Teams may participate in the following eight classes: Barrel Racing, Hunt Seat Equitation, Hunter Under Saddle, Ranch Riding, Reining, Showmanship, Western Horsemanship, and Western Pleasure. A maximum of two team members may complete in any one class.

Only contestants 18 years or younger as of January 1 showing registered Quarter Horses and sponsored by a state or regional Quarter Horse association may compete. Individual contestants may compete in two classes. Only two contestants from each association may complete in any one class, the same contestant may compete in no more than two classes.

NSBA Dual-Approval
NYATT Hunt Seat Equitation, Hunter Under Saddle, Ranch Riding, Showmanship, Western Horsemanship, and Western Pleasure classes are dual-approved by NSBA. Contact your NYATT advisor for entry information.

Awards
NYATT Awards will be presented immediately following the last NYATT class.
Awards will be presented to the top 10 teams in Division I and Division II.
The Top 15 places in each class receive awards and points.

Entry Information
Youth interested in competing should contact their state, provincial or regional Quarter Horse association’s youth advisor regarding entry fees and additional team requirement information. Entries are accepted only from youth team advisors and must be made on a separate NYATT-specific entry form that is available from the OQHA office. Team advisors should also contact OQHA for any additional information.

Entries are due August 25th.

A copy of the horse’s registration papers must be included, meeting AQHA ownership requirements as of August 25th, 2024.

For additional information, please contact:
Joanne Taylor
614-505-7200 ext 127
jtaylor@oqha.com 

 

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