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Q RACING—DECEMBER 28, 2020—The Bank of America Racing Challenge program offers Challenge-enrolled horses more opportunity to race in various categories at racetracks around the world.
At year’s end, qualified horses are invited to attend the Bank of America Challenge Championships, which in 2021 is set to be held at The Downs at Albuquerque in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
In 2021 several racetracks will add new regional stakes that were not previously offered at their location.
Among these are:
- The Downs at Albuquerque, which will offer a $65,000-added Bank of America Albuquerque Championship Challenge in late August. This is in addition to the track's other regional race it hosts, the AQHA Albuquerque Distance Challenge, set to run in mid-August.
- Grants Pass in Grants Pass, Oregon, also will for the first time offer the $40,000-added Bank of America Grants Pass Championship Challenge at 440 yards for older horses.
- Indiana Grand will host two regional Challenge races – the $30,000-added John Deere Indiana Grand Juvenile Challenge, and the $20,000-added Merial Indiana Grand Distaff Challenge.
The Bank of America Challenge regional races are scheduled to begin March 27, when Remington Park is set to offer the $60,000-added Bank of America Remington Championship Challenge. CLICK HERE for a tentative schedule 2021 regional Bank of America Racing Challenge schedule.
Mark your calendars for October 23, 2021, when the winners of the various AQHA Challenge regional stakes will convene in New Mexico at The Downs at Albuquerque for the Bank of America Challenge Championships.
Enrollment nominations for the Bank of America Racing Challenge program are due December 31. To download an enrollment for CLICK HERE.
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