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Go-To Place for 2020 AQHYA World Championship Show


The Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show is the world’s largest, single-breed world championship horse show open exclusively to youth exhibitors 18 years and younger. The Ford Youth World is hosted this year at the Oklahoma State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, July 29 through August 8th.

This is the pinnacle event for youth competitors around the world who must qualify for the event by earning a predetermined number of points to secure a spot in each of the classes, representing English, western and halter disciplines. The other road to qualifying is for competitors to participate and compete through their state or provincial affiliate.

GO TO LINKS for 2020 AQHYA World Show

CLICK HERE for Schedule

CLICK HERE for AQHYA Youth World Main Page

CLICK HERE for Working Orders and Results

CLICK HERE for Patterns

CLICK HERE for Live Stream from Norick Arena

CLICK HERE for Live Stream from Performance Arena

CLICK HERE for Competitor Resources

The Ford Youth World crowns 18-&-under world champions in a large slate of classes, but in 14-18 and 13-&-under, world champions are crowned in the following core classes: western pleasure, hunter under saddle, horsemanship, hunt seat equitation, showmanship, ranch riding and trail.

Events held in conjunction with the Ford Youth World include:

•Adequan® AQHA Level 2 Youth Championships, which are open only to Level 2-eligible youth who qualify nationally or through their affiliate.

•AQHA Collegiate Horsemanship Challenge for Intercollegiate Horse Show Association and National Collegiate Equestrian Association invitees.

•AQHA youth high-point presentation.

•AQHYA Horse Judging Contest.

•Team spirit contest.

•College fair.

•Exhibitor party.

Free Ride the Pattern clinics are also taught by AQHA Professional Horsemen during the year’s Ford Youth World. These clinics are sponsored by Nutrena. In addition to Ride the Pattern clinics, exhibitors, friends, and family are invited parties and receptions held during the show.

CLICK HERE for more information from AQHA.

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