AQHA Incentive Fund Payout
pays to show an AQHA Incentive Fund-nominated American Quarter Horse.
than $2.7 million will be divided among nominated foals that earned a total of
130,066.5 points – making the AQHA Incentive Fund payout for the 2011 show
season $21.14 per point.
Fund has been the gold standard for showing incentive programs, it has not
incurred any major changes or fee increases since its inception, despite a
decrease in the number of nominated stallions and an increase in the number of
classes in which points are awarded.
2012, the Incentive
Fund launched several changes to help boost the point value:
the percentage paid to stallion and foal nominators to 15 percent
will need to purchase a $50 license fee in open and amateur each year
earning more than 200 points annually will receive 50 percent of the point value
for any points above 200
nominations will increase to $125 in 2013
of these changes are being made to add more money to the Incentive
Fund, which in turn, puts more money in owners’ pockets.
redeem every Incentive Fund dollar the horse earns, call AQHA today at (806)
376-4811 to purchase the license. For complete information regarding the
Incentive Fund modifications, visit www.aqha.com/showing.
Founded in 1940, the American Quarter Horse Association
is the largest equine breed organization in the world. With headquarters in
, AQHA has a membership of more than 280,000 people in 86 countries and has
registered more than 5 million horses in 95 countries.
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