November 5-7, 2021
Design a Good Luck Ad
Barns, parents and grandparents can help show their support for their riders and the National Academy Championship Horse Show by purchasing a good luck ad. Click here for more information.
About the Show
WE’RE LOOKING FOR THE BEST ACADEMY RIDERS IN THE COUNTRY
The National Academy Championship Horse Show is one like no other. This is the only 3-day, 3-judge academy show in the nation. Riders from all over the country join us each year in the spirit of competition and to raise money to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. If you have what it takes to compete with the best, we hope you’ll join us November 5-7 in Murfreesboro, TN.
BIG COMPETITION. BIG PRIZES
How would you like to win a new saddle? Or the biggest ribbons you’ve ever seen?! Our competition is unlike any other. The competition at NACHS may be more than you’re ever experienced. More skilled riders to compete against, more to aim for. Come join us and be part of the academy riding event that takes riders to the next level and supports research at St. Jude’s. There’s no show like this in the nation. And we want you to be part of it.
How to enter
Last year the National Academy Championship Horse Show had 1077 entries from riders from 15 states. This is truly an academy show like no other. Entry forms for our 2021 show, November 5-7, are now available. Riders, if you think you have what it take to compete on a national scale, we invite you to join us.
2021 NACHS Entry Pack
Riders – the time to enter is right now. If you’re ready for a challenge, then download the official 2021 entry form and send it in today.
Special Awards & Events
Horse of the Year Award
Each year at the National Academy Championship Horse Show, one horse is selected as the “Academy Horse of the Year.” Would you like to nominate a horse for this year’s award? Click here!
Parade of Barns
Battle of the Barns
Money Raised for St. Jude
Years of the NACHS
Entries Last Year
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