If you show in Ranch, or want to discover what all the fun is about, you won’t want to miss this Clinic!
Location: Almosta Ranch -27411 N 160th St, Scottsdale
To Register: contact Reilly at AzQHA office 623-869-8037 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Download Ranch Clinic Flyer
Our Ranch Riding clinic Fundraiser for AzQHYA was a huge success!
We’d like to thank Al Dunning, Lolli Denton and Almosta Ranch for donating their time and facility for the clinic that supported our AZ youth!
Lolli Denton: 2020 inductee
Getting the most from your extension at the walk, trot, lope.
Laurel started at an early age riding Quarter Horses. Accomplished in many disciplines by eighteen, she competed at the AQHA and AQHYA World Championship Shows winning numerous state titles and making several AQHA champions. She captured her first AQHA World Champion at twenty-one and has spent her entire life on the back of a Quarter Horse. Always attuned to the best interests of the horse, her career spans over five decades with over 3,500 AQHA points in thirteen different events.
Since becoming an AQHA judge in 1996, Laurel has judged all of the AQHA World Shows – Open, Amateur, Select, and Youth. She is an NRCHA judge and a winner of the inaugural AQHA/Arizona Most Valuable Professional award, the 2010 AQHA Merle Wood Humanitarian award, and the AQHA 50 Year Breeders award for the Bar U Bar Ranch in 2009.
Al Dunning: 2016 inductee
Improving Ranch riding maneuvers including spins, stops, back & side pass
One of the most respected horsemen in the industry, Al has received multiple honors including American Quarter Horse Association’s Professional Horseman of the Year in 1996, NCHA Zane Schulte Trainer of the Year award in 2003, Monte Roberts Equitarian award in 2004, Western Horseman Magazine’s Western Horseman Award in 2017. Al is an EquiStat Elite Million Dollar Winner and an NCHA Million Dollar Rider. He was inducted into the Arizona Quarter Horse
Association’s Hall of Fame in 2016. In addition, he trained and showed the great buckskin performance horse Expensive Hobby, who was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame in 2007 and the AZQHA Hall of Fame in 2016. Al and his students have garnered 48 World and Reserve World titles in NCHA, AQHA, NRCHA, and NRHA.