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2019 AQHA World Show Winning Runs – Final Update

The AQHA World Championship Show debuted in 1974, 34 years after the Association’s inception in 1940. The inaugural AQHA World Show was hosted in Louisville, Kentucky, offering classes for open and amateur exhibitors. Interestingly enough, the American Quarter Horse Youth Association World Championship Show (or American Junior Quarter Horse Association as it was named back then) was first held in 1972. Two years later, in 1976, the AQHA World Show moved to State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, its home ever since.

Today, the Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show, the industry’s premier event, is the world’s largest and richest championship horse show with more than $2.3 million in prize money and awards. The event honors 99 world champions and 90 Adequan Level 2 champions.

Check back often as we will be updating and posting all the winning runs each day all in one place. The winning run links include video interviews that AQHA puts together featuring the winner of each class.

Final Update

Amateur Showmanship

Amateur Hunter Hack

Amateur Trail

Update #10

Amateur Horsemanship

Amateur Western Pleasure

Amateur Hunter Under Saddle

Aged Mares

Yearling Colts

2-Year-Old Stallions

Weanling Colts

Weanling Fillies

Update #9

Amateur Western Riding

Amateur Equitation Over Fences

Amateur Working Hunter

3-Year-Old Geldings

3-Year-Old Mares

2-Year-Old Mares

Yearling Geldings

Weanling Geldings

Update #8

Aged Geldings

Aged Stallions

3-Year-Old Stallions

2-Year-Old Geldings

Yearling Fillies

Update #7

2-Year-Old Western Pleasure

Update #6

Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation

Amateur Pleasure Driving

Update #5

Junior Western Pleasure

Amateur 3-Year-Old Stallions

Amateur 2-Year-Old Stallions

Amateur Yearling Colts

Amateur 2-Year-Old Geldings

Amateur Yearling Fillies

Amateur Weanling Colts

Senior Trail

Update #4

Senior Hunter Under Saddle

Amateur Ranch Riding

Senior Western Riding

Amateur Performance Halter Stallions

Amateur Performance Halter Geldings

Amateur Performance Halter Mares

Amateur Aged Stallions

Amateur Aged Mares

Amateur Aged Geldings

Senior Working Hunter

Junior Working Hunter

Progressive Working Hunter

Update #3

Senior Pleasure Driving

Senior Western Pleasure

Junior Hunter Under Saddle

Amateur 3-Year-Old Geldings

Amateur 3-Year-Old Mares

Amateur 2-Year-Old Mares

Amateur Yearling Geldings

Amateur Weanling Fillies

Amateur Weanling Geldings

Update #2

Junior Western Riding

Junior Pleasure Driving

Junior Hunter Hack

Senior Hunter Hack

Junior Trail

Update #1

Open Performance Halter Stallions

Open Performance Halter Geldings

Open Performance Halter Mares