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AQHA World Show: Over $4.3 Million in Purse and Prizes

This year's AQHA World Show will award a minimum of $4.3 million in purse and prizes - a guaranteed $200,000 increase from 2023.

The American Quarter Horse Association is excited to announce that the 2024 Nutrena AQHA and Adequan® Select World Championship Shows will award a minimum of $4.3 million in purse and prizes! This represents a guaranteed $200,000 increase from 2023 when the show awarded more than $4 million in purse, prizes and exhibitor appreciation and a landmark prize pot to mark the 50th anniversary of the show.

To continually improve upon the marquee event, AQHA is proud to announce the increase in added money in addition to the other improvements made over the past year to the international event – all with no increase in entry fees from 2023.

“We are increasing the prize money by a minimum of $200,000, with no entry fee increase for 2024,” said Jim Hunt, AQHA president. “We brought back World Show jackets in 2023 and all of this is in an effort to further promote the world show as a premiere event for exhibitors to attend across the equine industry.”

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To find out more about how AQHA is improving the World Show experience for its exhibitors and for more information about the show, visit www.aqha.com/worldshow.

The 2024 AQHA World Championship Show, which is November 1-20 in Oklahoma City, marks the 50th anniversary for the event. The national qualifying period began August 1, 2023, and ends July 31, 2024.

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