Make Your Points Count – Join AzQHA today!
This show offers Halter, Cutting, Cow Horse, Boxing, Roping,
Reining and Ranch classes only.
Enter by April 10th to avoid late fee.
GENERAL INFORMATION/& RULES FOR AzQHA NO BLING SHOW–
April 15 & 16 , 2023 at Jackpot Ranch in Camp Verde, AZ
APPROVALS: This show is approved by the American Quarter Horse Association and the Arizona Quarter Horse Association. The show will be conducted in accordance with the current rules of these organizations.
SHOW POINTS: Points earned WILL count towards AzQHA year-end awards and for AQHA national points
REGISTRATIONS: All horses shown in classes designated to be AQHA Open, Youth, Amateur, L1 Youth, or L1 Amateur classes must have current AQHA registration papers. A photocopy of these papers must be sent with the entries or presented at the Show Office prior to entering. Horses shown in All Breed classes may be of any breed and registration papers are not needed.
AQHA MEMBERSHIP: All riders showing in classes designated to be AQHA classes must have a current AQHA membership card and must meet AQHA requirements for Amateur or L1 status. A L1 Youth or L1 Amateur is a rider who has earned fewer than 25 Amateur and/ or Youth AQHA points and/or has earned fewer than 25 AQHAL1 Amateur or L1 Youth points in each skill set. AQHA memberships will be available at the Show Office the day of the show.
PRE-ENTRIES: Pre-entries must be made by April 10th or a late fee of $20.00 will be charged. Send the completed entry form, IF you have not shown to us at other No Bling shows please send copies of the horse’s papers and riders AQHA membership card (if showing in AQHA classes) Please email pre-entries to firstname.lastname@example.org. If mailing to: AzQHA 515 E. Carefree Hwy #405 Phoenix, AZ 85085. DO NOT SEND MONEY along with the entries; entry fees will be collected at the show.
SHOW FEES: Open, Amateur and Youth $28., Novice Youth, Novice Amateur and Rookie $26, Walk Trot and All Breed $24. Cutting $150, Cowhorse Cattle fee $85, Boxing cattle fee $35. THIS SHOW IS DOUBLE JUDGED.
Call Dana Yingling 480-239-5381 before April 10th for stalls. Stalls are $45/night.
Call Jackpot Ranch for RV spaces and Shavings 928-300-5490.
AQHA administration fee of $10.00 per horse per judge per day to cover the AQHA administration fee. $20.00 OFFICE FEE per horse. Trophy fee of $1.00 per class which is included in the class fees are for the AzQHA year-end trophy fund. Roping cattle fees are $25.00 per run, Cutting and Working Cow Horse cattle fees – TBA- check website for updates.
SHOW SCHEDULE: Show management reserves the right to adjust the show schedule as may be necessary.
ALL BREED YOUTH OR ADULT CLASSES: These classes are for any breed of horses/mules. AQHA horses can show in both all breed and AQHA classes, if schooling please let those that are showing have the rail and space to show their horses.
YOUTH/ROOKIE/AMATEUR: Youth classes are for riders 18 years or younger. Amateur classes are for riders 19 years of age or older. In addition, the Amateur classes require that the rider is not a professional and does not receive compensation for giving riding lessons or training horses. AQHA riders must have an AQHA amateur card before showing in any AQHA Amateur class.
PERFORMANCE HALTER: The horse must have an ROM (Register of Merit) from AQHA or show in a AQHA performance class at this show in any division Open, Amateur or Youth to be eligible to show in performance halter. If eligible, a performance halter horse can go in regular halter or the performance halter BUT NOT both classes.
WALK/TROT: Open to riders of all ages and horses of all breeds. Persons entering Walk/Trot may NOT enter AQHA Youth/Adult classes, except for in showmanship and halter. If you have loped in any breed/AQHA classes you should not show in walk trot, using walk trot for a schooling class for green horses/rider is accepted but please be considerate to those that are in the walk trot classes. Please make sure you tell the gate person to tell the Judge NOT to judge you in the class to make it fair for the true walk trot exhibitors.
APPAREL- You must wear western attire for western classes- long pants, long sleeve shirts, western hat, and cowboy boots, chaps are optional- English attire for english classes- hunt coat, breeches, english boots, hard hat, shirt with tie or choker. No Bling means that you can use nylon halters for halter, do not need a showmanship jacket, can use work bridle or saddle does not have to have silver. Not necessary to use fake tails or hoof black. You will not be counted down if you do use silver or show clothes, but a nice simple outfit and clean tack will work just as well.
REMEMBER TO RENEW YOUR 2023 AzQHA MEMBERSHIPS – YOU CAN DO IT ONLINE AT AzQHA.org!
2023 memberships- all Open riders and owners must have an AzQHA membership for year end points to count for Open points for year-end awards.
YOUTH – HAVE YOU JOINED A IEA TEAM FOR 2022?
NEED YOUTH TEAM INFORMATION AND TO LEARN HOW TO JOIN A YOUTH TEAM? CONTACT THESE COACHES FOR INFORMATION:
Ashley Wilson-Hammer- email@example.com
Jessica Bein- firstname.lastname@example.org
Callie Fitts – email@example.com Fitts Horsemanship Team 480-321-7442
SHOW POINTS: Points earned WILL count towards AzQHA year-end awards and AQHA national points. In 2021, IEA exhibitors must compete in two of the No Bling shows or do 5 hours of community service to qualify for the scholarship classes at the Arizona Fall Championship show in 2021.