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Allow stallions in Level One competition

I qualify in all events in Level One competition as a rider, but can not complete in that division due to my sole horse is a stallion. I've owned stallions all my life and have stood multiple AQHA and APHA stallions. I could understand the reasoning behind a "beginner" riding a stallion. However being a beginner level at showing does not equate to a beginner rider or horseman. Maybe a way around that to verify the rider ...more »

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New class - Learn How To Show

We are new to horse shows. We'd like to get involved but it's tough to learn it all. What about a class for new members where they walk through the patterns etc and hear from a judge what they look for?

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Horse Showing

Show UP: Rookie can Auto Qualify in Novice Level 1 Classes

A Rookie (horse/rider combo) should be automatically eligible to ALSO show in LEVEL 1 classes at a Novice Championship thus NOT requiring a ROOKIE to nationally or regionally qualify or to get an affiliate "slot". A Rookie can be allowed to cross enter without meeting the qualification requirements of a non-rookie. A ROOKIE is a beginner TEAM (horse and rider). If they want to show UP to the next level we should applaud ...more »

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Novice Amateur Pleasure Driving

Please bring back the Novice Amateur Pleasure driving! This class helps those of us (and our horses) that are newer to pleasure driving have a chance!

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Year end awards add level one class leaders to aqha show leaders

Add more classes to website list for show leaders such as all level one classes, including level one novice and green classes

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