Arizona Trophy Heads & Horns Award

Take four different Arizona animals from the following categories: pronghorn, desert bighorn sheep, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, bison, javelina, bear, and cougar. At least one entry must be scored by skull measurement and one by horn measurement. Two entries must meet the minimum score of Arizona Wildlife Trophies, and the other two must meet the 90% minimum score. (To review these Rules, click here: Minimum Scores)


Rules and Requirements for the Arizona Trophy Heads and Horns Award

  1. A candidate must take four different Arizona animals from the following six categories: pronghorn, desert bighorn sheep, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, bison, javelina, black bear, and cougar. The four animals may be taken with the use of guides and/ or dogs, as governed by the Rules of Fair Chase. (To review these Rules, click here: Rules of Fair Chase)

  2. The entries must consist of at least one animal which is scored by skull measurement and one which is scored by horn measurement.

  3. Two entries must meet the minimum score of Arizona Wildlife Trophies at the time of entry. (To review these Rules, click here: Minimum Scores)

  4. The remaining two entries must be at least 90% of the minimum trophy book score at the time of entry. (To review these Rules, click here: Minimum Scores)

  5. The Special Awards Committee will review each candidate’s application for the Arizona Trophy Heads and Horns Award. Candidates may be asked to verify their applications.

  6. Upon approval of their applications, candidates will receive the Arizona Trophy Heads and Horns Award at the annual Arizona Wildlife Trophies awards banquet. The deadline for submission is May 1.
The entry fee for award applications is $40. 

To apply for this award, click here: Special Award Form