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WCHA Breeder’s Championship and Big Money Futurities coming to the APHA World Show

APHA is pleased to announce that the World Conformation Horse Association’s Breeder’s Championship and Big Money Futurities are taking place in conjunction with the APHA World Championship Show September 23–24, 2017.

The all-breed futurities will be managed by WCHA—all registered Western stock horse breeds are welcome. The event will take place in the Watt Arena at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas; judges will be announced soon. In addition to great competition, the event includes vendors, an exhibitor party and the first-ever WCHA/APHA Ranch Horse Challenge.

Stallion nominations for the 2017 WCHA futurity are now being accepted. Watch conformationhorse.com for more news, entry forms and other information or follow along on Facebook at facebook.com/WorldConformationHorse/.

The APHA World Championship Show is the premier competition for Paint Horses, offering championship titles, cash awards and amazing prizes in nearly 300 classes. It’s home to all Open and Amateur world championship classes, added-money and futurity events, the Colors of the Season Gift Show and much more. Check out all the details online at apha.com/oawcs.


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About APHA
The American Paint Horse Association is the world’s second-largest international equine breed association, registering more than a million horses in 59 nations and territories since is was founded. APHA creates and maintains programs that increase the value of American Paint Horses and enriches members’ experiences with their horses.



The World Conformation Horse Association is an organization that promotes and stimulates interest by providing competitive opportunities for enthusiasts of the conformation horse. The association is committed to protecting, preserving and promoting the conformation standard of the horse and constantly pursuing growth in the industry.