Welcome to the
Alabama Obstacle Challenge Series!!
Growing With Our Riders
ARENA CLASSES - IN-HAND CLASSES - CLINICS - HIGH POINT PRIZES CHAMPIONSHIP BELT BUCKLE
Obstacle sports have taken the horse world by storm. Extreme races, trail challenges, and arena obstacle courses are popping up everywhere!
In 2008 Jessica Jones, Tricia Harbin, and Anita Duncan held our first obstacle challenge at Chalakee Ranch in Guntersville, AL, with only a youth class, an adult class and 15 or so entries.
Over the years we have grown into a show that has great attendance, a supportive community, and many classes to choose from!
Jessica Jones, Tricia Harbin, Val Ray, and Lauren Henny have grown the AOCS into a fun, positive and competitive show series.
Riders, horses, donkeys and mules of all kinds, ages, disciplines and abilities come to compete in one of the most popular and exciting horse sports out there!!
The AOCS is proud to have grown into the competition we have become, and we strive every year to be better and better!
Always Evolving to Meet the Needs of
Our Riding Community!
The Goals of the AOCS:
Are to provide an opportunity to compete and learn about obstacle sports and horsemanship at venues that are LOCAL, AFFORDABLE, and provide a pathway to a CHAMPIONSHIP!!
All Classes (except Leadline) can qualify for
Year End High Point Awards, Belt Buckles and Prizes!!!!
See Rules to learn how to qualify.
ARENA CHALLENGE CLASSES:
CLASSES AND ENTRY FEES
Lead Line - $10.00
Early Registration Class Fee - $25.00
Day Of Show Class Fee - $35.00
Yearly Membership Fee - $15.00
Leadliners - Free
$45.00 max for a family
SAVE MONEY with Early On-Line Registration - $25.00 up to 1 week before event (except Lead Line class). If you early register twice and do not show, you will no longer be eligible for early registration for that season.
Schooling - $10.00 If you would like to practice an obstacle course but do not feel you are ready to compete there will be a schooling time provided at the end of the competition, during breaks, and during the competition if there is an area not being used.
Competitors’ entry fees include schooling. Competitors may school only AFTER they have finished competing, or in areas approved by the host.