Journal at the World

April 27, 2012

2012 Judges

AQHA announces the judges for the 10th anniversary of the Adequan Select World Championship Show.

2012 Select World Logo 350 px wide

The much-anticipated 10th anniversary of the Adequan Select World will take place August 24 – September 1 at the Amarillo National Center in Amarillo.

The American Quarter Horse Association recently announced the judges for the 2012 Adequan Select World Championship Show.

The following AQHA judges will be on hand August 24 - September 1 at the Amarillo National Center in Amarillo to judge the much-anticipated 10th anniversary of the Adequan Select World:

  • Sarah Bradley
  • Butch Campbell
  • Joe Carter
  • Dolly Chayer
  • Butch Carse
  • Don Falcon
  • Mitch Farris
  • Tim Finkenbinder
  • Faron Hightower
  • John Lawrence
  • Tom Lyons
  • Dewayne Reynolds
  • Bruce Walquist
  • David Warner
  • Gary Wells
  • Todd Williamson
  • Lee Wood

The qualifying period for the 2012 Adequan Select World wraps up on May 31. View points necessary to be an Adequan Select World national qualifier here.

Once again, the AQHA Amateur Invitational Program will make more AQHA Select amateur exhibitors eligible for the 2012 Adequan Select World. Specifics for the Amateur Invitational Program can be found here.

The goal of this program is to increase the number of entries at the Adequan Select World, which in turn increases the amount of prize money awarded by AQHA at each of the world championship shows.

The 2012 Adequan Select World will offer exciting competition for AQHA Select amateur members. This year, being the 10th anniversary, will be the most exciting yet. Plans are already underway to make this a year for the record books. The Adequan Select World is the world’s largest, single-breed world championship horse show open exclusively to amateur exhibitors age 50 and older. This is the pinnacle event for Select amateur competitors around the world who must qualify for the event by earning a predetermined number of points to secure a spot in each of the classes, representing English, western and halter disciplines.

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