2022 AQHA World Championship Collegiate Horse Judging Contest

2022 AQHA World Championship Collegiate Horse Judging Contest

Winners of the AQHA World Championship Collegiate Horse Judging Contest were named on November 5 at OKC Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City.

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During the 2022 Farnam AQHA World Championship Show, West Texas A&M University took home the title of AQHA collegiate horse judging world champions in the senior college division, while Black Hawk College claimed the world title in the junior college division. Top individual honors were awarded to Rylee McKinney of Texas Tech University in the senior college division. Amy Hoffman of Black Hawk College took home the top individual title in the junior college division.

Competitors came from schools across the country for the chance to earn the AQHA world champion collegiate horse judging team title and prizes. The AQHA World Championship Collegiate Judging Contest took place November 5 at the OKC Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City.

View the contest results.

The Youth and Intercollegiate Reining Horse Judging Contest also took place during the Farnam AQHA World and Adequan® Select World on November 2-3. The title of champion youth team went to Ketchum FFA, with team member Reagan Rudd earning the high-individual award. Earning the champion junior college team title was Black Hawk College with team member, Haley Bacher winning the junior college overall high individual. West Texas A&M University took home the senior college champion team title, and the team’s Mary Kasch earned honors as senior college overall high individual.

View the contest results.

For more results from this year’s Farnam AQHA World and Adequan® Select World, visit www.aqha.com/worldshow. 

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