Competitors Share Their #YWC2014 Highlights
Social media posts prove the 2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup was a golden experience.
By Tara Matsler | July 14, 2014
Even if you couldn’t be there in person, you could still track the heat of the 2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup competition, thanks to a live webcast and active social media reporting on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. And if you were following along via social media, that just meant you escaped the notorious Bryan-College Station, Texas, humidity! Lucky you.
From leadership building to cultural awareness, horsemanship training and impressive competition, Youth World Cup is an event just as well-rounded as its international participants. For this year’s event, 16 teams gathered in central Texas. This is what they had to say, using the #YWC2014 hashtag, about their once-in-a-lifetime experience.
View the results wrap-up and photos by The American Quarter Horse Journal.