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2018 Top Smart Points Graduate Earners- Searles, Brown, Vroegh, Scharf

2018 Top Smart Points Graduate Earners- Searles, Brown, Vroegh, Scharf

Taylor Searles- $10,234.52, Emma Brown- $8-535.56, Mallory Vroegh- $7,625.01, Kacie Scharf- $4,401.41

Steve Taylor, ApHC CEO, Stepping Down

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Steve Taylor, ApHC CEO, Stepping Down

“As ApHC President, I am here to announce that Steve Taylor, CEO of the Appaloosa Horse Club, has given his 90 day notice of his resignation on 3/19/2019.”

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Young Leaders Awarded With Grants Within AQHLead Program

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Young Leaders Awarded With Grants Within AQHLead Program

During the program year, participants will be partnered with a mentor from the American Quarter Horse industry. These mentors will be an AQHA committee chairperson. AQHLead participants will shadow their mentor’s leadership activities in service to AQHA and the equine industry and will maintain monthly contact with their mentors to gain more insight into their role in guiding impactful industry decisions. 

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Inaugural APHA Eastern National Championship Draws Big Dreamers to Virginia

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Inaugural APHA Eastern National Championship Draws Big Dreamers to Virginia

Cheyenne’s aunt, Brenda Spencer, purchased Levi at an auction for $900 as a yearling. First intended as a pony horse on the racetrack, Levi instead became a stellar trail-riding mount before spending several years out to pasture; he didn’t begin his transformation into a show horse with Cheyenne until his 9-year-old year.

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Judges Named For 2019 AQHA Youth World

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Judges Named For 2019 AQHA Youth World

“It is our goal to bring an outstanding roster of judges together to judge the Ford Youth World, because it is one of the most prestigious events in the equine industry,” said Patti Carter, AQHA senior director of judges. “We look forward to the great competition at this year’s show.”

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March 31st Deadline For ApHC World 2-Year-Old SSA Classes

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March 31st Deadline For ApHC World 2-Year-Old SSA Classes

Have you completed your nomination for the ApHC Stallion Service Auction 2-Year-Old Incentive classes at the ApHC World Show yet? The nomination deadline is March 31st. Mail or email your nomination to marketing@appaloosa.com.

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Your Appaloosa May Advance to Regular Registration Through Leopard Complex Testing

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Your Appaloosa May Advance to Regular Registration Through Leopard Complex Testing

Horses eligible for Non-Characteristic (N) registration or registered as N and denied advancement after all properly completed advancement requirements have been submitted to the satisfaction of the Registrar may advance to Regular through Leopard Complex (LP) genetic testing if all of the following requirements are met.

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Kentucky Horse Park to be Location of New EQUITANA USA Event

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Kentucky Horse Park to be Location of New EQUITANA USA Event

EQUITANA USA invites all riding levels, disciplines, breeds, and enthusiasts of all ages to come together to celebrate the horse. A variety of popular equestrian personalities, professional equestrian performers, authors, veterinarians, and other top professionals will come together at the event to share their expertise on a wide range of disciplines and topics. The show is dedicated to being the forum that promotes the exchange of ideas, information, and experience, to enhance the horse, personal excellence, and to provide high standards of quality among those with a passion for horses. Each day will feature a trade fair with a variety of equestrian related products and services along with special performances each evening at the Alltech Arena.

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Sun Circuit Records 21,750 AQHA Entries With Growth of 15%

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Sun Circuit Records 21,750 AQHA Entries With Growth of 15%

Arizona Quarter Horse Association CEO and Sun Circuit Director Doug Huls credits the hard working staff, “I think our arena managers did an excellent job accommodating the increases in entries. They kept things moving along, maintained the arenas well, and handled the logistics when they had to relocate classes.”

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Four New APHA Rules Go Into Effect April 1st

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Four New APHA Rules Go Into Effect April 1st

The early-implementation rules revises point eligibility levels for “green” classes, clarifies judging for ranch classes, and create a few new APHA-approved classes—Ranch Cutting (in all divisions), Amateur Color Class, Amateur Overo Color Class and Amateur Tobiano Color Class.

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