By Doug HulsArizona Fall ChampionshipAugust 15, 2014
The championship round, a clean-slate finals, offers every exhibitor who enters the ring that day the opportunity to be crowned the “Arizona Fall champion.” (Credit: Shane Rux Photography)
From September 24 to 28, the Arizona Quarter Horse Association will roll out the red carpet for the Arizona Fall Championship at Westworld in Scottsdale, Arizona. While the championship-style show has certainly been a hit in the past, show management is ratcheting it up a notch with some great changes coming for 2014.
Added Money Classes
$375 All-Show Fee
Most arenas will have time-delayed videos at all times so exhibitors can watch their performances. And this is all part of the low all-show fee!
Last year drew large classes with 7,420 AQHA entries and more than 8,000 total entries for the show. The anticipated turnout for 2014 is quite substantial.
The United States Team Pattern Championships will be hosting a horsemanship challenge, featuring $1,500 to the winning team.
Scottsdale hotels are offering great rates for this event! Learn more about the show online at www.AzFallChampionship.com.
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