AQHA Adds $4,000 to The Breeders Challenge Championship Finale

AQHA Adds $4,000 to The Breeders Challenge Championship Finale

AQHA is adding $4,000 to side pots of the 2022 Breeders Challenge Championship Finale, plus offering On-Site Member Services September 14-17 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas.

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The American Quarter Horse Association is proud to offer $4,000-added to side pots at the 2022 Breeders Challenge Championship Finale September 14-17 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas. AQHA On-Site Member Services will also be available to assist you with your AQHA business.

A $1,000 side pot will be added to each open jackpot held daily September 14-17 in the John Justin Arena. The entry fee for each side pot is $35 with 80% payback of entry fees. 100% of added money will be paid back.  The open jackpot entry fee will be $100 and will have $2,000 added plus 80% paid back. 

Exhibitors can enter the side pot online or on-site at the AQHA On-Site Member Services booth in Brown Lupton North. To enter, the exhibitor must be a current AQHA member and the horse must be registered with AQHA.

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While you are there, visit with an AQHA Member Experience representative to:

  • Check the status of pending paperwork.

  • Transfer a horse, no matter how many owners, for only $25 per horse.*

  • Learn more about qualifying for the AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge barrel race, Ford AQHYA, Farnam AQHA and Adequan® Select world championship shows.

  • Receive your registration certificates with expedited service if all registration requirements are met.

  • Receive a free copy of the new 2022 AQHA Rulebook – available while supplies last.

*AQHA member pricing

For more information about the Breeders Challenge Championship, visit www.breederschallenge.com.

For more information on upcoming events, visit www.aqha.com/memberservices.

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