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Horseback Riding Program

The AQHA Horseback Riding Program is rewarding participants with new prizes.

The American Quarter Horse Association
June 6, 2013

The Horseback Riding Program is a way for AQHA to reward members who simply enjoy riding horses.

The American Quarter Horse Association Horseback Riding Program is rewarding participants with bigger and better prizes. With the support of AQHA’s corporate partners, riders have the chance to earn Professional’s Choice products, Drysdales gift certificates, a Montana Silversmiths belt buckle and much more.

The Horseback Riding Program is a way for AQHA to reward members who simply enjoy riding, whether they own a horse, lease a horse or take lessons. The program is open to all breeds and riders of all skill levels. Once enrolled, riders simply log their hours either online or via log sheets and watch the prizes roll in. Plus, all participants have the opportunity to purchase an exclusive AQHA-logoed denim jacket.

“The Horseback Riding Program is a great way for recreational riders to be rewarded for doing what they love,” said Leman Wall, AQHA director of corporate partnerships and Horseback Riding program coordinator. “The majority of our members already spend a lot of time in the saddle, and this is a way AQHA can reward them for their dedication to riding.”  

The Horseback Riding Program has two divisions, the American Quarter Horse division and an All-Breeds division. People of all ages, skill levels and riding backgrounds can participate. Rewards are based on time spent in the saddle, regardless of the number of horses ridden. AQHA members can log hours when taking riding lessons, trail riding with friends, or simply riding around the backyard; it all counts toward great prizes.

To learn more about the Horseback Riding Program, visit www.aqha.com/riding or call customer service at (806) 376-4811.

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