2021 Level 3 Youth Year-End High-Point Recognition

2021 Level 3 Youth Year-End High-Point Recognition

Watch the 2021 Level 3 youth year-end high-point recognition video, featuring high-point award recipients who were honored during the 2022 Ford AQHYA World.

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During the 2022 Ford AQHYA World Championship Show, the American Quarter Horse Association recognized the top 2021 Level 3 youth year-end high-point winners, Markel All-Around Youth, Markel Reserve All-Around Youth, AQHA All-Around Youth 14-18, AQHA All-Around Youth 13-&-Under and top Justin Boots AQHA Youth Level 2 Exhibitors of the Year. These AQHYA members and their American Quarter Horses were recognized for their achievements in the arena in front of their family, friends and peers throughout the show.

AQHA is also proud to recognize these winners in the 2021 youth year-end high-point recognition video on AQHA’s YouTube Channel. Watch the video here.

About the AQHA Year-End High-Points
Each year, AQHA recognizes top point earners in each division of every AQHA-approved event through the Association’s high-point awards program. Horses are recognized in the open division, and youth and amateurs competing with any one horse are recognized in their respective divisions. The divisions are further broken down into Rookie, Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3.

AQHA recognizes the top Level 3 youth year-end high-point winners at the Ford AQHYA World. The top Level 3 open, amateur and Equestrians With Disabilities year-end high-point winners; AQHA All-Around Amateur; AQHA All-Around Junior Horse; AQHA All-Around Senior Horse; AQHA Exhibitor of the Year; Justin Boots AQHA Level 2 Exhibitors of the Year; Nutrena Don Burt AQHA Professional Horseman of the Year; Nutrena AQHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year; and Most Valuable Professional will be recognized throughout the 2022 Farnam AQHA and Adequan® Select World, slated for October 28 - November 20 at the OKC Fairgrounds.

For more information on year-end high-points, visit www.aqha.com/high-points.  

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