The Lynn Simons Memorial Halter Futurity, featuring $18,750 added, will take place September 25–26 at the 2017 APHA World Championship Show in Fort Worth, Texas.
This special opportunity takes place as a class within a class—to be eligible for the Lynn Simons Memorial Halter Futurity, an additional $100 class entry fee must be paid and horse must be entered in the respective world championship class. Each class payout will consist of $6,250 added plus 100 percent of entry fees received for the class.
Featured classes are:
- Amateur Yearling Mares (September 25)
- Amateur Yearling Geldings (September 26)
- Amateur Yearling Stallions (September 26)
The Lynn Simons Memorial Halter Futurity is presented in memory of the late Lynn Simons, a passionate halter exhibitor who left an indelible mark on the Paint Horse industry.
The APHA World Championship Show takes place September 20–October 1 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth. Thanks to partnerships with WCHA and the Breeders Halter Futurity, more than $300,000 is earmarked exclusively for halter exhibitors—click to read more.
For online entry or entry forms and more details about the show, visit apha.com/oawcs.
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