2012 Last Year for Scottsdale Classic

December 14th, 2012 10:50 AM | No Comments

The Scottsdale Classic Quarter Horse Show has announced, via their website and Facebook pages, that this past year’s show in 2012 was their last.

From the Scottsdale Classic Quarter Horse Show website:

Scottsdale Classic Enjoyed a Wonderful 10th Year Celebrated at WestWorld in Scottsdale

“Jerry Kimmel, Chairman, Barbara Dietz, Event Producer, Don and Carol Moore, Show Management of the Scottsdale Classic, would like to thank everyone — trainers, owners, exhibitors, sponsors, vendors and dedicated staff, for their incredible support from the very beginning.

It is with mixed emotions that we announce that 2012 was the last year of the Scottsdale Classic. Great parties were held, great friendships were made, world class horses were shown, with great prizes and added money won. The Scottsdale Classic’s legacy will be as a shining example of how horse shows should be: events that are fun for exhibitors, held at a World Class facility.

We will all carry our “Classic” memories with us as we move on. Most certainly, “Classic” stories will be swapped ringside at another show, in another place. And perhaps, that Classic Style will continue to spread throughout the horse show world.
The Scottsdale Classic was founded in 2002, with a vision to make it the best place for American Quarter Horse owners to show. The Show & Futurities were held annually in October at WestWorld in Scottsdale, Arizona.  Their mission was to provide the best Quarter Horse Showing experience possible by offering a fun atmosphere, a dedicated staff, great parties and lots of points.
From the team at PleasureHorse.com – Farewell Scottsdale Classic – we will miss you!

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