Cash in at Paint World with your Breeders’ Futurity Gold horses—we’ve got $25,000 added to purses across 12 Gold performance futurities at the 2023 APHA World Championship Show. The show takes place June 23-July 9 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Gold Breeders’ Futurity classes are open to Breeders’ Trust-enrolled horses, who have dams nominated to the Breeders’ Futurity.
*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.
(this is separate from the World Show entry system)
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
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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