AQHA Recognizes Level 3 AQHA Year-End High-Points

AQHA Recognizes Level 3 AQHA Year-End High-Points

Watch the 2020 Level 3 open, amateur and Equestrians With Disabilities year-end high-point recognition video, featuring the high-point award recipients and Nutrena Professionals of the Year who were honored during the Farnam AQHA World and Adequan® Select World.

A young girl in a pink sweater receives a trophy from a woman in a cowboy hat.

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Each year, the American Quarter Horse Association recognizes hard-working individuals and their American Quarter Horses through the Association’s year-end high-point awards program. AQHA is proud to present the top 2020 Level 3 year-end high-point awards during the Farnam AQHA World Championship Show; AQHA Select World Championship Show, presented by Adequan® (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan); Adequan® Level 2 Championships; and Nutrena Level 1 Championships and highlight the winners in a special recognition video.

Watch the video here.

Award winners recognized in the video are the 2020 AQHA All-Around Amateur; AQHA Select All-Around Amateur; AQHA All-Around Junior Horse; AQHA All-Around Senior Horse; the top Level 3 open, amateur and Equestrians With Disabilities year-end high-point winners; amateur Justin Boots Intermediates of the Year; Nutrena Don Burt AQHA Professional Horseman of the Year; Nutrena AQHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year; and Most Valuable Professional. The video also features the 30- and 40-year AQHA judges.

Award winners who were present at the Farnam AQHA World and Adequan® Select World were recognized with their American Quarter Horses and were presented their awards in front of their family, friends and peers on the world stage and showcased on the live webcast. The 2020 All-Around Amateur, All-Around Junior Horse and All-Around Senior Horse were each presented a Shorty’s Caboy Hattery hat certificate for their achievement.

To learn more about AQHA high-points, visit www.aqha.com/highpoints.

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