Remember, to qualify to compete in Amateur Walk-Trot classes at the World Show, exhibitors must hold a current Amateur Walk-Trot card prior to May 31 of the World Show year. If a current Amateur Walk-Trot card has not been held prior to May 31 of the World Show year, the exhibitor may apply for one at the World Show if the following conditions apply:
- The exhibitor may not have earned any points in performance classes (Open and/or Amateur) with APHA or any other recognized association during the current calendar year. Halter and in-hand classes do not count against eligibility.
Applications are processed on a first-come-first-served basis unless otherwise requested—email [email protected] if you need rush assistance.Remember, it is the exhibitor’s responsibility to provide any and all points, titles and earnings from other associations on Amateur applications to APHA. Failure to disclose this information could be considered falsifying an Amateur application and may result in disciplinary action.
Questions? Email [email protected].
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