AQHA, NSBA, TQHA APPROVED
Four complete shows + Speial Events Shows
2018 – We welcome back Tim Kimura to the show!
The Aggie Super Circuit is a premier quarter horse competition hosted in Bryan-College Station, Texas that boasts a full slate of open, amateur and youth classes, and also features the Texas Quarter Horse Association Champion of Champions classes.
One of the longest running, continuous AQHA shows in Texas, the Aggie Super Circuit is nationally recognized as a large and prosperous show. In 2013, the Aggie Super Circuit boasted 2,946 entries and over 400 individual participants.
FLAT FEE: $300 per horse. Includes: all AQHA classes, office fee, AQHA processing fees. Does NOT include: Special event classes, NSBA, Champion of Champion Classes, stall, RV, shavings or trail warm up fee.
Per Class Fee: $16/judge/class AQHA Processing Fee: $6/judge Office Fee: $6 per horse – one time fee Trail Warm Up: $5/horse/judge Jump Out/Haul In: $10/horse/day (for those horses without stalls)
NSBA Classes: $10/class – Three sets of points for Trail & WR. Two sets of points for all others classes. Single judged on each round. OR NEW THIS YEAR – FLAT RATE NSBA for the S/C shows. $35/SC show.
TQHA Champion of Champion Classes: $35.00 each OR $100 for ALL Champion classes. These classes held Saturday and Sunday only with the exception of Showmanship. Champion of Champion classes are concurrent & one must enter the Novice/Level 1 class as well.
Walk/trot Classes: $10/judge/class – These are AQHA approved classes. Papers & cards required. NOTE: Per rules – If a horse-rider combination was entered into a Level 1 walk-trot class, that horse-rider combination cannot show in the corresponding loping/cantering class at that show. However, that combination can switch back and forth between the different shows.
Small Fry Classes: $7.50/judge/class – these classes are NOT AQHA approved & require no ownership. Are also all-breed. These classes are 9 & under.
High Point Awards – Champion & Reserve Champion – must show in your respective halter class to qualify. Special event classes do NOT count towards high points. Open, Novice Amateur, Amateur, Select, Novice Youth & Youth. Additional high point awards to Small Fry, L1/Novice Amateur & L1/Novice Youth Walk/Jog. Halter not required for these three divisions.
Circuit Awards – Special Event Classes do not count. Must show to all applicable judges.
The Austin Horse Directory does our best to keep these listings current, but weather and other unforseen events can mean that horseshows and clinics are not held as scheduled. ALWAYS call or email the event sponsor to confirm before you haul to the show!
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