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August 17, 2012

2012 Judges

AQHA announces the judges for the 2012 AQHA World Championship Show.

2012 AQHA World Show

AQHA recently announced the judges for the 2012 World Show.

The American Quarter Horse Association recently announced the judges for the 2012 Bank of America Amateur and FedEx Open World Championship Show.

The following AQHA judges will be on hand November 2-17 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City to judge the AQHA World Championship Show:

  • Joe Carter
  • Randy Chartier
  • John Dean
  • Pete Fanning
  • Bob Freeman
  • Dianne Grod
  • Bradley Hathaway
  • Mike Hay
  • Steve Heckaman
  • Jim Heird
  • Bobby Ingersoll
  • Sandy Jirkovsky
  • Brian Lenehan
  • Larry Little
  • Keith Longacre
  • Karen McCuistion
  • Gary Putman
  • Sam Rose
  • Mike Rosser
  • Ann Salmon
  • Russ Smith
  • Brent Tincher
  • Dan Trein
  • Steven Wall
  • Karen Watters
  • Bronc Willoughby

    The AQHA World Championship Show is the pinnacle event for American Quarter Horse owners and exhibitors around the world, who must qualify for the event by earning a predetermined number of points to compete in each of the classes representing halter, English and western disciplines.

    Bank of America is a proud sponsor of the Bank of America Amateur American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show. AQHA members can take advantage of exclusive checking and savings accounts, lines of credit and credit cards. Show your passion for horses and click here for more information or to open an account.

    FedEx is a proud sponsor of the FedEx Open American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show. FedEx offers AQHA members exclusive discounts of up to 20 percent on select office and shipping needs. AQHA members save money and ship smarter with FedEx.

    For more information on the 2012 Bank of America Amateur and FedEx Open World Championship Show, visit www.aqha.com/worldshow.
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