Got a Paint cow horse? Make plans to head to Fort Worth June 29-July 1 for huge added money earmarked just for you as part of the Chrome Cash incentives at the 2023 APHA World Championship Show. Events take place at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
Online entries open in April at apha.com/worldshow. Entries are accepted until 5 p.m. the day before classes take place, but get the best rates by pre-entering by May 15.
Working Cow Horse: Total Added Money $22,000
APHA Added-Money Events
- Chrome Cash 4- & 5-Year-Old Working Cow Horse Challenge – $6,500 added + $1,000 Texas-Bred Incentive*
- Chrome Cash 6-Year-Old & Older Working Cow Horse Challenge – $6,500 added + $1,000 Texas-Bred Incentive*
- Chrome Cash Non-Pro Working Cow Horse Challenge, All Ages – $1,500 added + $1,000 Texas-Bred Incentive*
- Chrome Cash Non-Pro Limited Working Cow Horse (Boxing) Challenge – $1,500 added + $1,000 Texas-Bred Incentive*
*Texas-Bred Incentive paid to the Top 3 placing horses foaled in Texas
Sponsored by APHA & Texas Paint Horse Breeders Association
Tobiano Incentive Bonus
$2,000 bonus awarded to the overall highest-scoring tobiano/tovero entry in select world championship working cow horse classes
Sponsored by Heartbreak Ridge Performance Horses/Kelly Pinkston, D.V.M., & Skip Rulen
And don’t forget the world championship classes for APHA cow horses, including Junior and Senior Open classes as well as Amateur events. More than $1.4 million in cash and prizes will be awarded throughout the 2023 APHA World Championship Show.
More info: apha.com/worldshow
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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 it was founded in 1962. APHA promotes, preserves and provides meaningful experiences with Paint Horses.