The 2016 Time to Ride Challenge will award a total of $100,000 cash and prizes again, but this year there are even more ways to win! The Challenge begins June 1st, so don’t delay! Read more below and review the rules and FAQ for more details.
1. Win a grand prize or divisional prize.
Grand prize winners in each division (small, medium, large) will win $10,000! Winners through 10th place will also take home cash prizes. Review the rules for more details.
2. Win added cash and prizes from participating breed and discipline organizations.
The following associations are offering prizes specifically to their members participating in the Challenge:
US Equestrian Federation
American Quarter Horse Association
American Paint Horse Association
Certified Horsemanship Association
Arabian Horse Association
US Dressage Federation
Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc
Appaloosa Horse Club
If you are a member of one of the above, you are also eligible for the prizes they are offering!
3. Win $100 cash by reaching 100 newcomers.
100 for 100 Prizes: The first 100 Hosts to record 100 unique newcomers, and who do not win a divisional prize, will win $100. It’s that simple!
4. Win a Wild Card cash award.
A total of $750 will be awarded to two “wild card” winners who do not win a Divisional Prize. The Host who reaches the greatest number of Newcomers but does not win a divisional prize will win $500; the Host who reaches the second-greatest number of Newcomers but does not win a divisional prize will win $250.
5. Win by growing your own stable, club or business!
Whether or not you win cash and prizes, the main benefit of participating in the Challenge is growing your own business. Introducing new people to horses will create new riders, clients, boarders, competitors, customers, and long-term horse enthusiasts who contribute to your livelihood. It’s a win-win!
“Introduce someone to a horse, and the horse will do the rest!”
If you already have an account on timetoride.com, simply sign in and click “Become A Challenge Host” under “My Business.”