Your American Quarter Horse gives you great opportunities at an AQHA Regional Championship
This is your event.
You could be crowned a
champion at this fun, rewarding AQHA competition!
Your American Quarter Horse is your livelihood, your passion, your source of encouragement
and really the only remaining social network that’s not in front of a computer. He also opens doors and gives you
opportunities in a way nobody in the world can match. Bring your Quarter Horse to the 2014 AQHA Regional Championship closest
to your home and experience an event that tests your skills in a fun, rewarding environment!
Compete in these divisions:
· Level 1 (Novice) – Offered in youth and
amateur classes. Eligibility in a Level 1 class is determined by:
- Points earned in the past three years
- Lifetime awards won with either AQHA or any equine organization or association with a membership
of more than 7,500
Find out if you are eligible for Level 1 by clicking here.
· Youth – specially designed for AQHYA members
18 and younger.
· Amateur – A non-pro
division for AQHA members 19 and older.
· Select - A non-pro division
for AQHA members 50 and older.
· Open – Reserved for
our seasoned competitors and professionals, you can test your skills against the best!
With the exception of rookie
and Level 1 (novice) classes, youth, amateur and select competitors may only show owned or leased horses as defined in the
2014 AQHA Handbook of Rules and Regulations. Late entries are accepted for an additional fee. Contact your region for more
How to Find Your Level
1. Visit services3.aqha.com/leveling to access the online level verification system.
2. Choose a division:
amateur, open or youth.
3. Choose: exhibitor or horse.
4. Enter ID: membership ID for exhibitor or registration
number for horse.
5. Select “2014” as the show year.
6. Click “Check.”
Note: A Level 1 (Novice) eligibility application must be filed each year, and all Level 1 exhibitors are encouraged to complete
the Level 1 (Novice) application and return it to AQHA as soon as possible. Previous Level 1 (Novice) application information on file
with AQHA may conflict with current eligibility, which would affect the eligibility being shown on the level verification