International Educational Marketplace Clinics are Going Virtual

International Educational Marketplace Clinics are Going Virtual

AQHA International launches new virtual educational marketplace clinics to bring American Quarter Horse education to all international membership regions.

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AQHA International recognizes that even amid a global pandemic, our members are still eager for educational opportunities to learn more about American Quarter Horse health, riding, anatomy and more. To make education more accessible to international members, AQHA is excited to bring educational resources directly to those members through an online learning platform. This will allow even more AQHA enthusiasts around the globe to engage with AQHA and industry professionals. 

Traditionally, AQHA International-sponsored educational marketplace clinics are hosted in-country by an AQHA Professional Horseman, trainer, judge, university group or other industry professional. Due to the impact of global travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the AQHA team pivoted to provide all educational marketplace clinics virtually in 2020.

“While in-person clinics are preferred, online learning provides AQHA with the unique opportunity to extend our reach even further by providing top educational experiences, no matter the global circumstance, to members in the comfort and safety of their own home,” says AQHA Director of International Activities Sierra Kane, who oversees the educational marketplace program. “I’m very excited that even during this challenging time, AQHA is still finding ways to serve our members, build community, and grow our collective love for the horse.”

Clinic topics range from racehorse kinesiology to ranch riding and cow work. Access to American Quarter Horse education has never been easier.

Find out if there will be a virtual clinic held in your country.