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$70,000 payout for Western pleasure and hunter under saddle specialty classes at APHA World Show

 | Published on 8/14/2017
The Farnam Pleasure Stakes, Challenges and Sweepstakes classes for Western pleasure and hunter under saddle at the 2017 APHA Open/Amateur World Championship Show are more rewarding than ever. With the entry deadline fast approaching, don’t miss your chance to take home a piece of over $70,000 in added money and prizes earmarked for these events.

Farnam Pleasure Stakes

2-Year-Old Classes – $50,000+ combined total payout

Payout will be split 75% Open division and 25% Limited division
$5,000 added per class guaranteed
Non-Pro 3-and 4-Year-Old Classes ­- $7,000 total added money combined overall and split based on entries

Exhibitor or exhibitor’s family members must own/lease the horse. See Rules AM-020 and YP-015 for complete ownership/lease requirements.
Horses must have sold in the Stakes Session of the Farnam Breeders’ Trust Select Sale to be eligible. Horses can be shown in the Farnam Western Pleasure Stakes and/or the Farnam Hunter Under Saddle Stakes class.

Sweepstakes

Non-Pro 2-Year-Old Western Pleasure Sweepstakes – $1,000 added
Non-Pro 2-Year-Old Hunter Under Saddle Sweepstakes – $1,000 added
Non-Pro 3-Year-Old Western Pleasure Sweepstakes – $1,000 added
Non-Pro 3-Year-Old Hunter Under Saddle Sweepstakes – $1,000 added
3-Year-Old Novice Horse Limited Rider Western Pleasure Sweepstakes – $1,000 added
Bridleless Western Pleasure Sweepstakes – $1,000 added
Challenges

3-Year-Old Western Pleasure Challenge – $5,000 added
3-Year-Old Hunter Under Saddle Challenge – $5,000 added
Enter by August 1 for the best rates; late fees apply after August 1. Don’t miss your chance to take part in this lucrative series. Visit apha.com/oawcs for the show schedule, premium book and all entry forms.

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