PARTICIPATING HORSE SHOWS
The Best Performance Competition (BPC) is reserved for competitions that have set themselves apart by supporting charitable efforts on behalf of horse welfare.
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About the Best Performance Competition (BPC): The BPC is a competitive high score award program that is open to Junior, Amateur, and Professional competitors at participating horse shows. The underlying mission is to reward competitive excellence and encourage education, awareness, and philanthropic support of horse welfare. In order to compete, exhibitors enter one of the BPC classes at the participating show. Upon entering, exhibitors will receive an official BPC armband from the show office and will wear the armband while competing. The class winners are the exhibitors who, in the opinion of the judges, exhibit the best overall competitive performance at the show. The class winners accumulate points in the BPC standings equal to the number of entries in the respective class at each show. Learn more here.