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$25,000 added for exhibitors who go for Breeders’ Futurity Gold at Paint World

Who doesn’t love an extra shot at cash? Breeders’ Futurity Gold classes at the APHA World Show have $25,000 added AND new classes for 2022.

*Remember:* Longe Line is now split into separate events for Open Hunter and Open Western, and new Non-Pro events expand your money-earning opportunities for eligible horses age 5 & under.

First payment for Gold Breeders’ Futurity classes is due April 15; second payment is due by June 1. Late entries are accepted until 5 p.m. the day before the class, but higher fees apply.

Enter 2022 Gold Breeders’ Futurity Classes Online

(this is separate from the World Show entry system)

Gold Breeders’ Futurity classes are open to Breeders’ Trust-enrolled horses, who have dams nominated to the Breeders’ Futurity.
Details: apha.com/showing/breedersfuturity

Gold Breeders’ Futurity (Total Added Money $25,000*)

*Total added money will be divided by the total number of Breeders’ Futurity entries and distributed to each class based on the number of paid entries per class.

  • Hunter Yearling Longe Line
  • Western Yearling Longe Line
  • Yearling In-Hand Trail
  • 2-Year-Old Western Pleasure
  • 2-Year-Old Hunter Under Saddle
  • 3-Year-Old Western Pleasure
  • 3-Year-Old Hunter Under Saddle
  • 3-Year-Old Trail
  • Non-Pro 5-Year-Old & Under Showmanship
  • Non-Pro 5-Year-Old & Under Hunt-Seat Equitation
  • Non-Pro 5-Year-Old & Under Western Horsemanship
  • Non-Pro 5-Year-Old & Under Trail

          Sponsored by APHA

APHA World Championship Show

June 24-July 10
Will Rogers Memorial Center
Fort Worth, Texas

Details: apha.com/worldshow


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