ApHC Will Be Broadcasting Live Online from Tulsa!

July 5th, 2012 8:00 PM | No Comments

aphc-logoMOSCOW, IdahoThe Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) is pleased to announce the 2012 Annual General Membership Meeting and full board session of the ApHC Board of Director’s Summer Board Meeting will be broadcast live online for free, to ApHC members.

To watch the web broadcast of the membership meeting (July 13 at 5 p.m. CT) and full board session (July 16, times TBA) just log in to the members only section of the ApHC website at www.appaloosa.com and click on the broadcast link. Live broadcast for the 2012 meetings is proudly sponsored by Saddlebrook Barn Cams.

The ApHC has brought equine enthusiasts free live online broadcasting from the National and Youth World and World Shows since 2005. These broadcasting services have been sponsored by the Appaloosa Horse Club with limited sponsorship and paid advertising support. The ApHC is changing show broadcasting services from a free online service to a pay-per-view service starting with the 65th National Appaloosa Show and 2012 World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show.

Each arena will have its own onetime fee that will allow you to watch the entire show from the time you pay forward. The first time that you pay the viewing fee you will be asked to create a user profile that you will use to log in to view the show. The same login can be used to view both arenas if you choose to purchase viewing for both arenas.

The Ford Truck Arena onetime pay-per-view fee is $4.99 and the Mustang Arena onetime pay-per-view fee is $1.99. Tip sheets and links to set up your pay-per-view profile can be accessed here.

Click here to sign up and view the online pay-per-view broadcast of 65th National Appaloosa Show and 2012 World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show.

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