During the 2019 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show, Kansas State University took home the title of AQHA collegiate horse judging world champions in the senior college division, while Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College claimed the world title in the junior college division.
Competitors came from schools across the country for the chance to earn the AQHA world champion collegiate horse judging team title and thousands of dollars in scholarships awarded to the top three teams in both divisions. The AQHA World Championship Collegiate Judging Contest took place November 16 at OKC Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City.
The American Quarter Horse Association provides scholarships to the college or university of the world champion team, reserve world champion team and third-place teams in the junior and senior college divisions in the contest.
• World champion team: $2,000
• Reserve world champion team: $1,250
• Third-place team: $750
For more results from this year’s Lucas Oil World, visit www.aqha.com/worldshow.
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