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Judging Seminar

Learn from industry legends at the AQHA Educational Judging Seminar and Novice Judge Testing in Irving, Texas; the deadline to enter is March 4.

American Quarter Horse Association
February 22, 2013

Seminario de Jueces

Gain insight on how classes are judged, as well as the areas you need to perfect the next time you enter an American Quarter Horse show, from those who know best: AQHA judges and Professional Horsemen. (Journal photo)

When you leave the show arena, do you ever wonder how your score or placing was calculated? Gain insight on how classes are judged, as well as the areas you need to perfect the next time you enter an American Quarter Horse show, from those who know best: AQHA judges and Professional Horsemen.

AQHA offers you the chance to attend the AQHA Educational Judging Seminar and Novice Judge Testing, which is March 18-20 in Irving, Texas. Educators at the seminar will be respected AQHA Professional Horsemen and judges, including:

  • Joe Carter of St. George, Ontario
  • Charlie Cole of Pilot Point, Texas
  • Bill Enk of Paso Robles, California
  • Michael Colvin of Snellville, Georgia
  • Leslie Lange of Greeley, Colorado
  • David Dellin of Purcell, Oklahoma
  • Tim Finkenbinder of Collinsville, Texas
  • Lainie Deboer of Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • Jerry Erickson of Sanger, Texas
  • Jim Heird of Millican, Texas
  • Sam Rose of Pilot Point, Texas
  • Russell McCord of Fort Worth, Texas

Sign up for the AQHA Educational Judging Seminar, which is March 18-20 in Irving, Texas, at the Sheraton DFW, with a $350 registration fee. This event will be the last judging seminar this year; register now and head into show season with knowledge gained from the industry’s leading trainers and judges.

At the upcoming seminar, not only will you learn firsthand how your scores or placings are calculated, but also how judges are professionally trained. AQHA judging seminars are open to current AQHA members, potential judge candidates and exhibitors wanting to learn more about how American Quarter Horses are judged at approved shows.

Register by March 4 by printing and mailing a registration form and registration fee to:

AQHA
Judges Department
P.O. Box 200
Amarillo, TX 79168

Or fax the form, along with your credit card information for the registration fee, to (806) 349-6412.

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