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Prestigious APHA National Championship Shows Return in 2021

Competitors, mark your calendars: after much anticipation, you won’t want to miss the APHA Eastern and Western National Championship Shows in 2021!

Bringing prestigious, championship-level events closer to regional exhibitors, these shows are designed to be exhibitor-friendly, fun and full of prizes. They are sure to be can’t-miss events of the year.

APHA Eastern National Championship Show – NEW DATES & LOCATION
World Equestrian Center – Ocala, Florida
September 16-19, 2021

Working closely with the Florida Paint Horse Club to develop a mutually beneficial solution, the Eastern National Championship Show will move to new September dates. FPHC will relocate the APHA Southeast Regional Championship Show to a future date to allow for everyone to be able to participate and enjoy both events this year. For more details on the Eastern National Championship Show click here.

APHA Western National Championship Show – NEW DATES
South Point Arena & Equestrian Center – Las Vegas, Nevada
October 6-10, 2021

  • October 6 – Silver State Paint Horse Club Youth/Amateur Show – 2 judges
  • October 7-10 – APHA Western National Championship Show – 4 judges

Sponsored by APHA, the National Championships are each four-judge shows offering championship trophies, prizes, APHA points and national championship titles. Qualifying is not required. For more details on the Western National Championship Show click here.

Watch apha.com for further details about these exciting events.

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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.

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