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Watch the 2014 Youth World Cup Live

The 2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup free live webcast is available July 11-12.

The American Quarter Horse Association
July 11, 2014

2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup infographic

Watch the free live webcast of the 2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup.

The 2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup is being aired live via a free webcast now through July 12 at www.ywc2014.com.

The Youth World Cup is an educational-, leadership- and competition-based event for American Quarter Horse Youth Association members from around the world. Youth will compete for medals in different English and western disciplines, including showmanship, horsemanship, western pleasure, western riding, trail, reining, hunter under saddle and hunt seat equitation. Exhibitors competed July 7 in cutting. There will also be opportunities for team members to learn from some of the industry’s leading riders and trainers.

The following 16 teams are representing their countries at this year’s Youth World Cup: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States.

View the current standings after the first round of competition at www.aqha.com/showing.

For more information on the Youth World Cup and to watch the live webcast, visit www.ywc2014.com. Follow The American Quarter Horse Journal’s coverage of the event at www.aqha.com/showing and on Twitter at @AQHAJournal.

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