Make Your Travel Plans for the AQHA World Show
As a member-driven organization, it is important to the American Quarter Horse Association to listen to the input of the Association’s exhibitors, trainers and owners. AQHA members are putting in time and resources all year long to qualify for one of the most prestigious horse shows in the world, and the Association is committed to meeting the needs of its valued members with a more exhibitor-friendly schedule in 2015.
The change in the schedule was approved by the Show Committee and refined by the AQHA Show Council, which comprises exhibitors, both trainers and amateurs; owners; breeders; AQHA alliance representatives; and ground-preparation specialists.
“The AQHA World Show is certainly one of the more challenging events to plan, especially with the addition of the Level 2 classes this year,” said Pete Kyle, AQHA chief show officer. “AQHA is very thankful for the diverse group of AQHA members involved in the planning and scheduling process of the show.”
AQHA suggests that all exhibitors, trainers, owners and spectators review the new tentative schedule online before making travel plans for this year’s AQHA World Show November 6-21 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City.
View the 2015 AQHA World Show tentative schedule.
To read the full list of updates for the 2015 World Show, click here.