AQHA Expands Partnership With Shorty’s Caboy Hattery

AQHA is proud to continue its partnership with Shorty’s Caboy Hattery as the Association’s official custom western hat.

The American Quarter Horse Association is pleased to announce that Shorty’s Caboy Hattery is the Association’s newest corporate partner and official custom western hat of AQHA.

“AQHA is excited to expand a partnership with a company that is loved by so many in the equine industry,” said Patty Tiberg, AQHA chief marketing and business development officer. “Over the years, Shorty’s Caboy Hattery has supported the Association and AQHA members as an event sponsor, and we are thrilled to have them join a prestigious list of companies that support AQHA as corporate partners.”

Shorty’s Caboy Hattery was founded in 1990 by Lavonna “Shorty” Kroger in Stockyards City, Oklahoma. Shorty had a passion for horses growing up and was involved with rodeos at a young age. Now, Shorty’s hats are seen throughout the western industry. Shorty’s hats are handmade quality western hats crafted with the dedication, trust and tradition you thought was lost. Shorty offers quality straw, felt and custom hats, as well as hat renovation services. Shorty’s hats are handmade, one hat at a time with over 100 years of craftsmanship and custom fitted to each individual.

To find out more about Shorty’s Caboy Hattery, visit www.shortyshattery.com or call 405-232-4287.

AQHA is proud to have a great team of corporate partners that offers great benefits to the Association’s members and support AQHA events throughout the year. For more information about all of AQHA’s corporate partners, visit www.aqha.com/partners.

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Contact:
Sarah Davisson
AQHA Director of Communications and Special Events
mediainquiries@aqha.org

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