AZQHA “No Bling” Horse Show Enjoys Success

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AZQHA “No Bling” Horse Show Offers Great Day of Horsemanship
The Arizona Quarter Horse Association hosted another successful horsed show with their “No Bling” event at Westworld in Scottsdale on Saturday, May 5. The fun got started bright and early at 7:30 am, with competitors and onlookers gearing up for a day of saddle riding, jumping, games and much more.
Judges Clark Parker VRH, Leo Fourre and Ryan Kail were on hand to award points as equestrians show off their skills. AZQHA is an affiliate of the American Quarter Horse Association which aims to promote and encourage ownership of American Quarter Horses in Arizona.
They host many events throughout the year and provide many opportunities for equestrians and horse lovers to get involved with Quarter Horses.
For more information on upcoming horse shows and AZQHA, please visit the official website here

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