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ARIZONA HORSEMAN’S CHALLENGE

& EXPO

May 11, 12, and 13, 2018

 2017 All Rights Reserved Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo
The Verde Valley Equine Festival is getting a Makeover (Cottonwood, Arizona—July 8th, 2017) The Verde Valley Equine Festival today announced its name change to the Arizona Horseman’s Challenge and Expo (AZHCExpo) and its location change from the Verde Valley Fairground Area in Cottonwood, Arizona to Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre in Queen Creek, Arizona.
The Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo that will take place May 11th, 12th and 13th 2018, at Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre in Queen Creek will be dedicating one of the event’s five arenas to Ride with the Experts Participation Clinics.  The event, formerly the Verde Valley Equine Festival, has always offered some riding participation clinics, but having moved the event to a larger facility, now is able to offer even more education and clinics.
This year’s Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo is presenting the Challenge of the Champions this May. The last five years winners will compete for the ultimate title.  Who are these five trainers, and what motivates them? Arizona Horseman’s Challenge (AZHC) recently asked what motivated them to compete in this colt starting competition? Travis
Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo 2018 The Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo recently asked past Horseman’s Challenge Champions Thomas Clover, who is currently training in Star Idaho, and Lanny Leach, training in Ainsworth, Nebraska, a few questions about what motivates and moves them as trainers.
Judges for the 2018 Horseman’s Challenge bring Wisdom and Experience The judges for the Challenge of the Champions have been announced. Clay Harper out of southern California, Tom Hagwood out of Wyoming, Larry Nelles of Cave Creek, and Greg Robinson from Texas will be the talent that judges this very tough competition.

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Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo

May 11, 12, and 13, 2018

 2017 All Rights Reserved Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo
The Verde Valley Equine Festival is getting a Makeover (Cottonwood, Arizona—July 8th, 2017) The Verde Valley Equine Festival today announced its name change to the Arizona Horseman’s Challenge and Expo (AZHCExpo) and its location change from the Verde Valley Fairground Area in Cottonwood, Arizona to Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre in Queen Creek, Arizona.
The Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo that will take place May 11th, 12th and 13th 2018, at Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre in Queen Creek will be dedicating one of the event’s five arenas to Ride with the Experts Participation Clinics.  The event, formerly the Verde Valley Equine Festival, has always offered some riding participation clinics, but having moved the event to a larger facility, now is able to offer even more education and clinics.
This year’s Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo is presenting the Challenge of the Champions this May. The last five years winners will compete for the ultimate title.  Who are these five trainers, and what motivates them? Arizona Horseman’s Challenge (AZHC) recently asked what motivated them to compete in this colt starting competition? Travis
Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo 2018 The Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo recently asked past Horseman’s Challenge Champions Thomas Clover, who is currently training in Star Idaho, and Lanny Leach, training in Ainsworth, Nebraska, a few questions about what motivates and moves them as trainers.
Judges for the 2018 Horseman’s Challenge bring Wisdom and Experience The judges for the Challenge of the Champions have been announced. Clay Harper out of southern California, Tom Hagwood out of Wyoming, Larry Nelles of Cave Creek, and Greg Robinson from Texas will be the talent that judges this very tough competition.