The Arizona National Livestock Show is the largest livestock show in the Southwest, an annual Phoenix tradition since 1948. Your continued membership in the Arizona National provides the financial foundation of our success.

Exhibitors travel from more than 25 states for the annual Livestock Show, bringing nearly 1,700 head of the nation’s best cattle, horses, sheep, goats, and swine for competition, while the Grands and Division Champions at the Sale of Champions.

Held in conjunction with the livestock show, the Cowboy Classics Western Art Show & Sale showcases the rich, unique life of the American cowboy, presented in bronze sculptures, oil paintings, and a variety of other art mediums. Take the opportunity to stroll through illustrations of Arizona’s long ranching history, filled with various artists’ interpretation of the states agricultural roots.

On Cattlemen’s Day, men and women from across the state gather for fellowship and spirited competition during the Arizona Working Ranch Horse Competition, Ranch Replacement Heifer Show and Sale and the Ranch Horse Sale.

Bring the young buckaroos for The Farm Experience, an interactive glimpse into the agricultural lifestyle.

The Arizona National Horse Show has long been part of our annual competitions. Since relocating to Scottsdale’s WestWorld equine complex in 1998, it has experienced significant growth, with equine competitions for various interests including an American Quarter Horse Show, and the 4-H/FFA Horse Show.