What to Know About the Arizona Fall Championship - Horse&Rider

With the cancelation of the 2020 All American Quarter Horse Congress, trainers and exhibitors are traveling to Arizona this year to attend the Arizona Fall Championship. AzQHA CEO and show director Doug Hauls has added new events and incentives to this year’s show lineup in addition to adding the Pinnacle Circuit show. 

What is the Arizona Fall Championship?

The Arizona Fall Championship is an annual horse show hosted by AzQHA. The 2020 Arizona Fall Championship has added the brand-new Pinnacle Circuit show to the schedule. Featuring 10 AQHA shows and two circuits, the Arizona Fall Championship offers events such as reined cow horse, ranch riding, Western pleasure, trail, Western riding, and more. With over $100,000 in added money, contestants can compete for cash and prizes.

Where is the Arizona Fall Championship?

The 2020 Arizona Fall Championship is held at WestWorld arena in Scottsdale, Arizona. All classes will be held in the indoor, climate-controlled arenas or in covered pens. With the expansive layout of WestWorld, exhibitors will be able to maintain social distancing while being able to compete.

When is the Arizona Fall Championship?

September 25 – October 4, 2020.

Who can compete?

AQHA, AZQHA, NRCHA, and NSBA members are eligible to compete at the Arizona Fall Championship in the respective classes. If attending the show and you’re not a member, memberships can be purchased in the show office. 

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