The American Quarter Horse AssociationSeptember 20, 2013
Trevor Brazile with his case dedicated to his records in the PRCA in the Hall of Fame.
The American Quarter Horse Association hosted the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Wrangler Champions Challenge contestants September 18 at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum in Amarillo, Texas. The cowboys and cowgirls participated in a special luncheon and draw at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum before competing that evening at the Tri-State Fair in Amarillo.
Amarillo is the second of four stops of the Wrangler Champions Challenge. The Champions Challenge rodeos air on Great American Country in a made-for-TV series, featuring the top-10 competitors in each event. The format is a 10-person, single-round rodeo, with the wins going to the fastest times and highest scores. Autograph sessions are held after each event with the top-four contestants from that evening’s performance.
AQHA has been a long-time sponsor of the PRCA, including the presentation of the AQHA-PRCA Horse of the Year awards and support of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. AQHA is also supporting PRCA’s expanded television programming on GAC-TV, with brief features in several shows called AQHA’s Horse Power. The Hall of Fame will be featured in coverage of the Wrangler Champions Challenge from Amarillo at 4 p.m. CDT on September 29, with a repeat at 8 a.m. CDT on October 5.
The Hall of Fame also includes eight large banners, detailing the winners of all of the AQHA-PRCA Horse of the Year awards since 1989, as well as an exhibit dedicated to professional cowboy Trevor Brazile who holds the most records in PRCA.
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