In Case You Missed It: Week of July 20, 2015

July 24th, 2015 9:55 PM | No Comments
[photo credit: Kirstie Marie Photography]

[photo credit: Kirstie Marie Photography]

Had a crazy week?  Been traveling?  Behind in all the latest happenings in the show industry?  Don’t worry!  Here at Pleasurehorse.com, we’re providing a weekly recap of the news you may have missed.

Monday, July 20, 2015-

The 2015 PHBA World Show wrapped up after several weeks of fun and competition.  We brought you the highlights and photos from the event.

The 2015 Region 6 Championships went global when they welcomed a competitor from Luxembourg.

In more global news, APHA’s Paint Horse Championships will be heading to Kreuth, Germany.

SmartPak released another fun video that is making it’s way around the Internet and social media.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015-

APHA continues to promote the breed with their new partnership with The International Reining.

Qualifying for the AQHYA Ford Youth World is no easy feat, and AQHA wants you to know you’ve earned the right to brag.

It was announced that a generous $10 million donation would pave the way for new world-class equine facilities at Colorado State University’s veterinary school.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015-

A new schedule at the Buckeye Classic that offered NSBA classes on Wednesday was a hit with exhibitors.

The 2015 ABRA World Show kicked off in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Thursday, July 23, 2015-

Nebraska Paint Horse Club will play host to the North Central Paint Horse Championships.

NRHA professionals were spotted (see what we did there?) holding a clinic at the 2015 Pony of Americas Congress.

A case of Vesicular Stomatitis was discovered at Cheyenne Frontier Days.

Friday, July 24, 2015-

PQHA’s Midsummer Madness show boasted over 6,800 entries.

The Appaloosa Horse Club posted the tentative schedule for the 2015 World Show.

APHA recognized judges for their years of services.

 

 

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