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Canadian National is “ApHC-approved”

The Appaloosa Horse Club is pleased to announce that we’ve entered into an agreement with the Appaloosa Horse Club of Canada to allow ApHC-registered horses the opportunity to show at the Canadian National Appaloosa Show and earn ApHC points. The Canadian National Appaloosa Show will be held July 27-31 at the Westoba Credit Union ACE Arena in Brandon, Manitoba Canada. Judges for the show include Susan Robinson, James Simpson and R.J. Muir.

In most cases and where rules are consistent between the two organizations, ApHC-pointed classes will run concurrently with ApHCC classes. ApHC national points earned will be based on the number of horses in the class that are eligible to show at ApHC-approved shows. All horses registered with the ApHC will be eligible to participate in the show.

For a complete list of ApHC-approved classes, please visit the ApHC Web site at www.appaloosa.com and visit our show calendar section. Or you can visit the Appaloosa Horse Club Canada’s Web site at www.appaloosa.ca for complete entry information and forms. Please contact Show Manager Don McClure with specific questions. He can be reached at BOX 2 GRP 201 RR 2 WINNIPEG MB R3C 2E6 CANADA, by email at cmcclure@mts.net or by phone at (204)633-2133.

Categories: Announcements /Show

3 Comments

  1. Heather Said,

    May 21, 2010 @ 7:20 am

    You mention what happens where the rules are consistent. What is the ApHC’s position on where the rules are not consistent? Do the ApHCC & ApHC classes have to be run separately, when approved by both registries? Or is there an exception & if so whose rules apply?

  2. Steve Said,

    May 21, 2010 @ 8:01 am

    As I understand it, there are very few classes that can’t be run concurrently. In those that can’t, they’ll either be separate or not included. I’ll have to get an update and pass that along.

  3. Heather Said,

    May 24, 2010 @ 11:59 am

    Thank you. There may be few but two of the classes we compete in do not have the same rules. The CNAS program indicates they are ApHC approved but are run concurrently. I appreciate you checking. I asssume if they are on the ApHC approval they would have to be offered & not included would not be an option at this point. I appreciate you checking.

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