AzQHA Presents The Arizona Fall Championship Circuit
September 18-22, 2019
at WestWorld in Scottsdale
Fantastic Awards and Prizes!!
2019 Arizona Fall Championship
If you love showing at great facilities, surrounded by well-matched exhibitors with a schedule that doesn’t leave you sleep deprived, then you need to head to Scottsdale for the The Arizona Fall Championship. The show rolls into WestWorld September 19 through 23. It has been dubbed as “The Show For Everyone”, being well known for it’s fun and exhibitor friendly atmosphere that also provides the kind of first rate experience typically seen at the biggest headliner shows.
AzFC welcomes all levels of exhibitor, and great awards are presented across all those levels. Superior SaddleryPerformance Saddles will be given to the Non Pro High Point champs in Level 1, Level 2 and in Level 3.
The coveted Championship bronze horse trophies will be awarded once again in all AQHA halter and performance classes that show to 6 judges, and to VRH Open, Amateur, Limited Amateur, Limited Youth and Youth All Around champions.
There are Best of Show awards for the All-Around Division in Open, Amateur, Select Amateur, L1 Amateur and Youth. The Ranch/Reining and Cattle Division has its own set of Best of Show awards for Open, Amateur and Youth.
Logo’d Outerwear will be awarded to the Over all Reserve Grand Champion Halter, along with 2nd and 3rd places in the Circuit standings for Performance Halter and all AQHA Performance classes that show to six judges. Vendor Bucks are a fun prize awarded for each judges placing in classes from 1st through 6th. These can be used with any of the vendors on the grounds. You can treat yourself to an ice-cream, or save them up for a big discount on that new hat you have had your eye on.
New Ranch Horse Challenges are part of this year’s awards line-up with Level 1 Open, Open Amateur and Select divisions. Champions in each division will receive $500 and a trophy buckle and the Reserve champs will win $400 and a bronco halter.
Arizona Reined Cow Horse will be holding a number of big money events at the Fall Championship with $28,700 total in NRCHA/AzRCHA Added Money including
$10,000 Heaven Sent Ranch Futurity*, $5,000 Molina Fine Jewelers Derby , $5,000 Open Bridle Spectacular – Herd, $2,500 Non-Pro Spectacular – Herd, $2,500 Non-Pro Limited Spectacular – Herd
There is a lot going on at the AzFC from jumping to cutting to VRH to equitation, but the schedule is deigned to optimize the facilities and keep great show days do not turn into long nights. Most classes will be held indoors in the North Hall’s two climate controlled arenas or in the Equidome, with its indoor warm-up paddock and ample spectator seating.
The Arizona Quarter Horse Association will offer an Interscholastic Championship Invitational at the 2019 Arizona Fall Championship show in the North Hall, Sunday. Each class of the 10 classes will award $1000 worth of scholarships.
Visit azfallchampionship.com for all the details, awards criteria and entries.