The Year has come to an end and another great year it was with Awesome Members/Volunteers and Spectators, Great Horses and Tons of FUN. 

Next year is just around the corner, which means a few changes/improvements ahead. 

Would you like to be able to voice your opinions, and have a vote on up coming changes?

If so join us for our Annual General Meeting and Awards Supper

When - Saturday December 9th

Where - Olds Legion

Time - Meeting Starts at 2pm, Cocktails at 5pm and Supper at 6pm

Cost for Supper - $30 per person

Coming  for supper??  

Please email us at  with how many will be attending 


ARHVA has kept our entry fees below our cost for the past few years, subsidizing your entry fee with our sponsorship money to give you, our members a chance to try our shows.

This year we are adjusting our fees to reflect the true costs of hosting our shows. If we receive more sponsorship than we expect we will add more to our purses as the year progresses.

Entry fees this year will be $275 for our Novice Amateur, Limited Amateur and Limited Open Divisions.

The Open and Amateur Divisions entry fees will be $325. Youth Entry remains at $75.

We would appreciate any sponsorship our members could help us find and your support to those sponsors.

Thank you for all of your support.

Guess what, if you're an entry level Novice Amateur, or a Limited Amateur you DO NOT rope the cow. The only roping would be in the trail and roping the dummy at a stand still. You are not Judged on your roping skills only the horse is on how quiet they stand while you do this maneuver.


***Now listen up Amateur riders you now have the option of roping the cow or circling the cow. This is new this year.***

Limited Open and Open are the only divisions that have to rope the cow.

Any questions, pop us a line on FB or at

Are you interested in Sponsoring ARHVA or know of anyone that

would be interested in sponsoring??

Our Sponsorship Letter and Form as well as an Info Poster are located on our website

under the forms tab.

Mission Statement:

Alberta Ranch Horse Versatility Associations' mission is to challenge all riders and horses with tasks likely to be encountered when working and riding on a ranch. To entertain and involve the audience and to display impeccable ambassadorship for the equine profession while promoting the various levels of competitive horsemanship while in a show environment.