American Quarter Horse AssociationApril 12, 2013
Several years of prep work is put into selecting and training judges for their job at AQHA’s world championship shows. (Journal photo)
The judges are set for the 2013 American Quarter Horse Association world championship shows.
“We want the best possible judges at our world championship shows,” AQHA Senior Director of Judges Alex Ross said of the selections.
Several years of prep work is put into selecting and training judges for their job at AQHA’s world championship shows.
“Our exhibitors, trainers and their connections see the ‘end product’ – the judges in the arena judging a class. The objective of the training and selection process is to get the classes judged correctly,” Ross added. “It takes a lot of time and effort to do all this, but it makes judging more accurate.”
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