Take a Shot at Cash at the APHA-NSBA Color of Money

April 17th, 2015 9:22 AM | No Comments
[photo credit: APHA]

[photo credit: APHA]

Youth, Amateur and Open exhibitors, take note: APHA’s popular NSBA Color of Money Show is returning to Fort Worth, Texas, June 23–25. Approved by the National Snaffle Bit Association, this competition is exclusively for exhibitors aboard color-breed horses, so make plans to saddle up for this fun, competitive show that features jackpotted entry fees with 90 percent payback.

The NSBA Color of Money show takes place over three days—June 23-25—at the Will Rogers Memorial Center, in conjunction with three of the year’s largest existing color-breed events: the AjPHA Youth World Championship Show, the National Appaloosa Show and the World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show.

The Color of Money is an NSBA-approved show that is open to color breeds only. Per NSBA rules, a color-breed horse is one who is registered with APHA, Appaloosa Horse Club, Pinto Horse Association of America, Palomino Horse Breeders Association, International Buckskin Horse Association, American Buckskin Registry Association or Pony of the Americas Club. Horses registered in the PtHA solid registry are not considered color-breed horses unless they are also registered with one or more of the following associations: APHA, ApHC, ABRA, IBRA, PHBA or POA.

Entry fees will be jackpotted with a minimum 90 percent payback. Open, Amateur and Youth classes—53 in all—will be offered in a wide range of disciplines.

To read the full article on APHA.com, click here.

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