SHOWS

WPQHA Calendar of Events

 

We are looking forward to serving you all in 2020

at The WPQHA Show Complex

in “The Burg” Harlansburg, PA.

WPQHA  “ Points “ Я ” US”

DATE

FORMS

JUDGES

MARCH

March 14 

3rd Annual Swap Meet

FLYER

REGISTRATION FORM

MAY

May 22-25

WPQHA Memorial Day Circuit 5 AQHA Shows Split/ Combined Shows in Four Days, 5 Judges

JUNE

June 5-7

WPQHA Summer Fling

June 5: Novice/ Rookie Show

June 6-7: Two Full AQHA Shows Split/ Combined

June 26-27-28

WPQHA Pre-Firecracker Events

June 26: AQHA Novice/ Rookie Show

June 27- 28: Two Full Open Money Shows – Open Money Ranch Riding Events

June 29

Ranch Horse Clinic – (Check website for details)

June 30

Two Special Events Hunter Over Fence & Hack Classes

AQHA Ranch Horse Special Event & Open Ranch Event

June 30

Two Special Events Hunter Over Fence & Hack Classes

AQHA Ranch Horse Special Event & Open Ranch Event

JULY

July 1-5

WPQHA 4th of July Summer Circuit

July 30: Special Event Day – Hunters – AQHA & Open Ranch Riding Events

July 1-5: Six AQHA Shows in Five Days- 6 sets of points – Two NSBA Shows – 2 sets of points

July 24-25-26

WPQHA Summer Bash

Juy 24: Special Event : Ranch Horse Event & Ranch Horse Clinic

July 25-26: Two Full AQHA Single Judged Shows

July 27: All Ranch – Trail – Western Riding – Reining – Contest Classes Will RUN ONCE for BOTH SHOWS

AUGUST

August 14-15-16

WPQHA Exhibitor Appreciation and Cash Back Show

August 14: AQHA Novice/ Rookie

August 15-16 Four Full AQHA Shows Split/ Combined in Two Days Four Judges

ROOKIE OR NOVICE?

Eligibility for a Rookie-level class depends on both the horse and the rider’s show records:

 

-For a horse to be eligible to compete in a Rookie-level class, that horse must have earned fewer than 10 lifetime points in that class in any division excluding Level 1 points. (Level 1 points, formerly known as Novice, are not recorded on a horse’s performance record; points are recorded on the exhibitor.)

 

-For an exhibitor to be eligible to compete in a Rookie-level class, that exhibitor must have earned fewer than 10 lifetime points in that class in any division. (AQHA Rookie)

 

-Thus, to compete in a Rookie level class, the horse and rider must each have earned fewer than 10 points in that particular class. (Level 1 amateur/youth points are excluded from the horse’s lifetime points.)

 

Open, amateur, Novice amateur, youth, Novice youth and Rookie-level points all count toward Rookie-level eligibility.

 

 

FIND YOUR LEVEL