ACA Shows & Sales
ACA National Show – Louisville, KY
JUNIOR SHOW – Nov. 17
OPEN SHOW – Nov. 20
NATIONAL SALE – Nov. 19
ENTRY DEADLINE: Oct. 1
Crowne Plaza Louisville Airport
830 Phillips Lane
Louisville, KY 40209
Rate: $162/night (single); $172/night (double); $182/night (triple); $192/night (quad). These rates DO include the breakfast buffet for all room guests.
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Be sure to use the group code “American Chianina Association”
Cut off date for block reservations is Oct. 15, 2019
Steer Rewards Program
A. Steers must be registered and transferred to an ACTIVE junior member on or before the entry deadline. (the actual day the work was done)
B. Awards will be paid to the junior member after both an official photograph and press release from show officials have been received by the ACA (results can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org).
C. If the show offers a division for Chianina steers, the steer must be shown as a Chianina.
Major Fat Steer Shows
Payout – $2000 – Money split 50/50 between breeder and owner
A. American Royal
B. North American International Livestock Exposition
C. National Western Stock Show
D. Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo
E. Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
If a Chianina steer is not selected as Grand Champion but a qualifying steer places in the Top 5 a graduated scale will be used. ($800 for Reserve, $600 for third, $400 for fourth and $200 for fifth) for the highest placing steer in the show.
Influential Steer Shows – Greater than 200 head of steers exhibited or a State Fair or Expo
If a Chianina steer is not selected as Grand Champion but a qualifying steer places in the Top 5, a graduated scale will be used. ($400 for Reserve, $300 for third, $200 for fourth and $100 for fifth) for the highest placing steer in the show.
Minor Steer Shows – 100 head of steers exhibited
If a Chianina steer is not selected as Grand Champion, $125 will be paid to the Reserve if he qualifies.
ACA Sponsored Sale Policy
Available test results and status of sale animals shall be presented at the time of sale. Any buyer of untested lots does so with the awareness that testing hasn’t been conducted with the inherent risk of the lot being a carrier of a genetic abnormality. The ACA is not liable for such purchases in the case that the lot is later found to be such a carrier.