American National Riding Commission

American National Riding Commission

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2018 ANRC Junior Horsemanship Challenge National Championship

Information regarding the 2018 Junior Horsemanship Challenge National Championship will be available after August 15, 2017

ANRC Junior Horsemanship Challenge National Championship Qualification:

A member school or organization with a high school team ranking 1st through 6th in either conference division is eligible to compete in the ANRC Junior Horsemanship Challenge National Championship in that division. The championship will determine the ANRC Horsemanship Challenge Conference National Champion in each division and an overall ANRC Junior Horsemanship Challenge National Champion in each division for high school teams.

A member school or organization with a middle school team ranking 1st through 6th in either conference division is eligible to compete in a horsemanship clinic, written test, and practicum at the ANRC Junior Horsemanship Challenge National Championship in that division (team of two only). The championship will determine the ANRC Horsemanship Challenge Conference Champion in each division and an overall ANRC Junior Horsemanship Challenge National Champion in each division for middle school teams.

If a minimum of 20 schools/organizations with high school or middle school teams join each year, there are no additional entry fees to attend the Championship. Shipping, transportation, stabling, and accommodations are the responsibility of each team. (ANRC reserves the right to modify the criteria for Championship qualification within a given competition year and will review the criteria for Championship qualification preceding each competition year)