GENERAL RULES AND PROVISIONS
All persons entering WestWorld agree to abide by the Rules and Regulations set forth in the Show Premium and in the current AQHA,NRCHA and NSBA Handbooks. In addition, persons entering WestWorld agree to abide by all social distancing guidelines/ protocols as well as sign a liability waiver. As well as any decisions, rulings or regulations issued by Show Management, AzQHA, AQHA, NRCHA, NSBA or any of the other authorizing agencies. Arizona Fall Championship is run in accordance with the Rules and Procedures of the American Quarter Horse Association. All exhibitors and owners are responsible for knowing, understanding, and complying with all applicable AQHA, NRCHA NSBA, and Az. Fall Championship rules.
CONDITIONS – APPROVALS – Classes at the Arizona Fall Championship are approved by the American Quarter Horse Association, the Arizona Quarter Horse Association, National Reined Cow Horse Association, Arizona Reined Cow Horse Association and the National Snaffle Bit Association. Classes will be conducted in accordance with the current rules of those organizations.
RULES & PROCEDURE CHANGES – The Arizona Fall Championship reserves the right to change any of the rules, procedures, fee structures, provisions, or other material contained in this document when such changes are necessitated by changes adopted by AzQHA or any of the Az. Fall Championship’s authorizing agencies.
SCHEDULE, LOCATION, PRIZE CHANGES –The Arizona Quarter Horse Association reserves the right to modify the class schedule and the location of classes as may be necessitated by the best interests of the horse show. Az. Fall Championship reserves the right to replace one prize with another of similar value, when circumstances so require.
ENTRIES – Entries can be made at Horseshowtracker.com. Entries not made by Sept. 5 2021 or entries that are incomplete, will be subject to a Late Fee of $40 per back number. To be considered complete, the entry must include:
- A copy of the horse’s registration papers
- A copy of each exhibitor’s membership cards (AQHA, NRCHA, NSBA etc.)
- LEVEL 1 AND 2 HORSE MUST PROVIDE PRINTED PROOF OF ELIGIBILITY PRIOR TO ENTERING
EXHIBITOR MEMBERSHIPS – Each exhibitor is required to be a member of the authorizing agency for the class in which the exhibitor is showing. At the Arizona Fall Championship these agencies include AQHA, NRCHA and NSBA. If the exhibitor is not a member, membership can be purchased at the Show Office.
BIRTHDATES REQUIRED – All Youth and Amateur Select exhibitors are required to include their date of birth.
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER/TAX ID NUMBER – SSN or Tax ID numbers are required of any exhibitor to whom prize money will be awarded. Prize money will not be distributed until SSN has been provided.
BACK NUMBERS – Each horse will be assigned a separate number to be worn by all exhibitors showing that horse. Numbers will not be issued until all entry information is complete and payment of entry fees and all other show related expenses is paid for or guaranteed through an open check or charge card.
LATE FEE – Entries submitted after September 5 , 2021 will be subject to a $40 late fee.
PAYMENTS – Payment for entry fees may be guaranteed by leaving an “open check” or charge card authorization. Payment for stalls shall be made at azfallchampionship.com. All checks should be made out to AzQHA.
ADDS – Classes may be entered at the Show Office on a daily basis but must be entered at least three classes prior to the class being entered. For each new show day, entries for the first two classes must be completed by 5 pm the night before. Show office will close each day at 5 pm.
SCRATCHES – There will be no charge for scratching a class, provided the scratch is done at least two classes prior to the class being scratched. Exhibitors who fail to show up for a class without having scratched will be considered a “no show” and will be charged for the class.
CLASS CONFLICTS – Recognizing the versatility of the American Quarter Horse, every reasonable attempt will be made by show management to accommodate exhibitors showing in conflicting classes. Undue delays, however, cannot be allowed. Exhibitors may have to choose which classes to enter and which to forego. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to notify all applicable arenas of any potential or pending conflict.
DRUG TESTING – If horse fails drug or tail test according to AQHA rules, owner/exhibitor must forfeit prizes and money upon request.
LIABILITY – All exhibitors will be under the control and direction of Show Manager, but the Arizona Fall Championship , AzQHA, AQHA, NRCHA, AzRCHA, NSBA, City of Scottsdale, and any of their officers, directors, agents, or employees will in no case be responsible for any loss, injury or damage that may occur to person or property. Each exhibitor, owner, vendor, spectator, or participant will be solely responsible for any loss, injury, or damage that may occur to him or his officers, directors, agents, or employees during the Arizona Fall Championship. The exhibitor, owner, vendor, spectator, or participant will indemnify Arizona Fall Championship against any and all legal proceeding in regard to the above and against damage or injury to any other person or property caused by the exhibitor or his officers, directors, agents, employees, or animals.
WEST WORLD RULES
Horses entering the grounds of Westworld – All out of state horses must have current health papers, all Arizona horses must have proof of a current 12 month Coggins or health papers.
Alcohol – It is against State of Arizona and City of Scottsdale laws for any person or organization to bring onto or remove from the premises any alcoholic beverage.
Early Arrivals – Arrival prior to September 23, 2020 will only be allowed through prior special arrangement. Please contact Show Director, Doug Huls at 480-390-6867 for special arrangements.
Dogs – The State Humane Officer requires dogs to be on a leash at all times. THIS RULE WILL BE ENFORCED WITHOUT WARNING. Any pets in the stall area must be on a leash or secured. No pets are allowed in or near the arenas. Owners assume all liability for pets.
Golf Carts – Any person operating a motor vehicle or golf cart must possess a current valid Driver’s License.
Smoking – NO SMOKING is permitted in the barn areas. No cooking, operating a BBQ, or other open flame device is allowed in the barn area.
Parking – Any vehicle, truck, or trailer on West World property is subject to the parking regulations of both West World and the event. Vehicles found in violation of “No Parking” signs, or in a Fire Lane, will be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense. West World and the event reserve the right to remove any persons found in violation of these or any other laws from the property.
Bedding – Shaving and feed may be purchased at West World. No bedding other than the West World shavings is allowed on the property. Owners may, however, bring in their own feed.
Loose Horses – Horses may not be turned loose on the property or in the arenas, nor are they to be tied to any structure not specifically designed for that purpose.
Posting Signs – West World visitors and facility users may not post or exhibit any printed material such as posters, signs, or advertisements without prior approval of City management.
Cleaning – All horses must be washed in the designated wash rack areas. Horse trailers may not be cleaned out in the barn area. Cars, trucks, or RVs may not be washed on the grounds.
Temporary Structures – Any tents and decorations must be constructed in such a manner as to satisfy State and City Fire Marshal requirements, and any required permits must be obtained prior to set up. Horseshoeing is not permitted in the barn area by order of the State Fire Marshal.