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Pinto Horse Association of OHIO



Thank you to everyone who showed at our Spring Fling in Findlay. Looking forward to seeing all of you again at our show in Ashland at the end of the month.

High Point Winners from the Findlay Show are as follows:

JR AM - Brandi Smith and Struttin My Assets

SR AM - Kaylee Altman and Finally Hes Charming

Elite AM - Mary Osborn and Good Sultry Time

Novice AM - Jeanne Hubbard and CWF Dun Got My Assets

Open - Paige Wolfe and Hot Roddin Johnnie

Youth 14-18 - Paige Wolfe and Hot Roddin Johnnie

Youth 13&Under - Megan Mahoney and Excoosive Silver Spur

Mini/Pony - Scott Wurst and JC Stilmeadow Cookie

Upcoming Ohio Pinto Meetings: 
*****Meeting Location has changed*****

Next meeting to be announced

All meetings are being held at Elks Club in Medina, 402 Center St., Ashland.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Megan Herner @ 419-681-0133 or

Who are we????

The Pinto Horse Association of Ohio (PtHAO) is a charter affilliated with the Pinto Horse Associaton of America. We offer members from Ohio and many other surrounding states the opportunity to work together to promote Pino horses, ponies, and miniature horses. PtHAO also offers a variety of
activities and the services to members and non-members, including a series of multi-judged Pinto Horse Shows held from May through September at various locations throughout Ohio. If you like beautiful, colorful animals and you are looking for a friendly group of people then look no further.....Ohio Pinto is the club
for you!!

What is the difference between a Paint and a Pinto?

Paints and Pintos are both horses of color. Paints are strictly stock type horses with Quarter horse, Thoroughbred, or Paint breeding. Pintos, however, can be many
different breeds such as Arabian, Morgan, Saddlebred, Tennesse Walking Horse, Trakhener and others. Most Pintos are registered with more than one breed/color registry. Pintos come in a size for everyone - - horses, ponies and even



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