Hello Fab Friends! 

Sarah is currently set up and excited to be attending this year's All American Quarter Horse Congress. The store is on-site for the duration of the events, which conclude on October 27th. If you are a new Fab Finds by Sarah friend, welcome! For our fabulous customers who are following along on our journey, the new arrivals coming in daily are off the charts amazing. No matter where you are reading from, we have opportunities to get the fab finds in your hands. You can shop in person, on the website, via Facetime, or by sending us a direct message or email. 



Fast Facts about Congress:

source: quarterhorsecongress.com

  • The All American Quarter Horse Congress is the largest single breed-horse show in the world

  • There are over 25,000 horse show entries

  • The show attracts more than 650,000 people to the Columbus area

  • It generates $409 million for the central Ohio economy

  • Over $3 million is given away in cash and prizes, including trucks, trailers, trophy saddles, sterling silver buckles, and the coveted Don Bell bronze trophies

  • The largest Collegiate and Youth Judging contest is held at the Congress, with more than 65 teams of college students, 4-H, FFA, and Quarter Horse youth members

  • 200 registered Quarter Horses are sold at the Congress Super Sale

  • 9.2 million horses in the United States, 307,000 of which are located in Ohio

  • More than 70 percent, of 215,000, horses in Ohio are involved in showing and recreation

  • 4.6 million people are involved in the horse industry in some way.

  • This means one out of every 63 Americans are involved with horses

  • The direct economic effect on the U.S. is $39 billion annually

  • Indirect economic impact: $102 billion when the multiplier effect of spending by industry suppliers and employees is taken into account

  • The industry provides 460,000 full-time jobs, 12,700 of which are in Ohio. Spending by suppliers and employees generates additional jobs in Ohio, for a total employment impact of 42,700

  • The equine industry’s economic impact on Ohio ranks eighth in the nation in state economic impact

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