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APHA National Director Nominations Accepted Through August 15th

APHA National Director Nominations Accepted Through August 15th

APHA is accepting national director nominations from regional clubs and individuals through August 15—any APHA member in good standing can be nominated as a national director. If elected, national directors serve a three-year term (2020–2022) and are asked to vote on rule change proposals and other matters of importance to the association in the best interest of their representative area.

Five AQHYA Youth Earn Scholarships

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Five AQHYA Youth Earn Scholarships

Olivia Tordoff of Powell, Ohio, the 2018-19 president, received a $2,000 scholarship. Tordoff will be a student at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama this fall.

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EC Photo of the Day- Creative Transportation

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EC Photo of the Day- Creative Transportation

Today’s EC Photo of the Day comes from the recent Big A and Stars N Stripes, courtesy of Lisa Lee. As equestrians, there is often so much tack to keep track of, you have to get creative with transportation! How much can you pack on a golf cart?

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Little Buckeye Wraps With Entry Increase Over 2018

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Little Buckeye Wraps With Entry Increase Over 2018

For the first time, The Buckeye Horse Show has been split apart into two events- The Little Buckeye and The BWHA Classic. For many years, The Buckeye was the combination of the Little Buckeye and Buckeye Classic, by way of a partnership between the BWHA (Buckeye Western Horse Association) and OAQHA (Ohio Amateur Quarter Horse Association). This year, the clubs made the joint decision to hold two separate shows to allow the associations to better focus on their individual goals for the events.

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WCHA Announces 2019 Academic Scholarships

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WCHA Announces 2019 Academic Scholarships

The World Conformation Horse Association is excited to announce the 2019 Academic scholarships. Peter J. Cofrancesco III Memorial scholarship Gary Gordon Memorial scholarship Gene Parker Memorial scholarship Arnold Ginsberg Memorial scholarship Click here for more information on the scholarships available.  Scholarship application deadline is August 31, 2019.  

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Test Your Skills This Weekend at 2019 Southeast Paint Horse Championship

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Test Your Skills This Weekend at 2019 Southeast Paint Horse Championship

In 2019, to be eligible to compete in any Paint Horse Championship halter class in any division, an exhibitor cannot have placed in the Top Five in a halter class at an APHA World Championship Show within the last 10 years (2009–2018) or won a Paint Horse Championship halter class the previous year.

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Fun at 2019 AQHA Ford Youth World

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Fun at 2019 AQHA Ford Youth World

Other events include a church service at 9 a.m. on August 4, followed by The Paws Cause, a dog adoption event at 11 a.m. Both will be held in the Sales Pavilion (Barn 3). Ford Youth World attendees have the opportunity to visit with colleges and universities at the college fair 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on August 6 and 7 in Section 300 in the Jim Norick Arena.

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Blazing Hot – A Tribute to the Beloved AQHA Stallion

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Blazing Hot – A Tribute to the Beloved AQHA Stallion

The story of Blazing Hot, one of the most legendary sires in AQHA history, is one that started long before the flashy, bay colt entered the world. In fact, it’s hard to deny the presence of God’s hand in this story when contemplating all the pieces that had to fit together for him to make such a vast impact, not only on those in his immediate circle, but on the entire horse industry. His story, from his first breath, to the legacy he has left behind following his death, is nothing short of miraculous.

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Longtime Horseman, Wayne Jordan

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Longtime Horseman, Wayne Jordan

He was a co-founder of God’s Cowboy Camp, a Western-style comfortable approach to leading people to the Lord. Wayne was a highly respected AQHA and APHA judge for over 30 years, giving him the opportunity to travel the world. He was one of only three trainers in the history of AQHA to train two Supreme Champions, which is the most challenging award a horse can earn in its career.

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Four Horses to be Inducted Into APHA Hall of Fame

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Four Horses to be Inducted Into APHA Hall of Fame

Scarlet Print was a 1990 chestnut overo mare by Silent Print and out of Oakes Shady Lady who earned 1,334 lifetime APHA points in halter classes. Owned by Michelle Engle of Bakersfield, California, Scarlet Print had an impressive accolade of awards, including four Registers of Merit, three Superiors Events and 10 world championship titles—all in halter classes. She was a dam to nine horses that have collected a total of 746 points in halter classes.

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