When you leave the show arena, do you ever wonder how your score or placing was calculated? To learn more, attend the AQHA showing and judges seminar January 5-7 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
How would you like the chance to learn how AQHA classes are judged?
AQHA will be hosting a showing and judging seminar January 5-7 in Raleigh, North Carolina, which will be open to any AQHA member interested in learning more about how classes are judged.
When you leave the show arena, do you ever wonder how your score or placing was calculated? Would you like to know how judges are professionally trained? Or would you simply enjoy insight on the areas you need to perfect before you enter your next American Quarter Horse show?
If you answered “yes,” then this AQHA educational judging seminar is for you.
The seminar is open to current AQHA-approved judges, potential judge candidates and exhibitors wanting to learn more about how American Quarter Horses are judged at approved shows.
The registration deadline for the seminar is December 1, 2011. The fee is $250 to attend the seminar, and the attendee must be an AQHA member.
For more information visit: http://www.aqha.com/Showing/Content-Pages/Resources/Judges/Seminars.aspx