Enter AQHA Media’s August Sweepstakes
Read the free, digital edition of the August American Quarter Horse Journal, then enter to win a year of SmartPaks and a trip for two to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
August 4, 2016
The American Quarter Horse Association
Every month this summer, AQHA Media is giving away a great prize to new and renewing subscribers, as well as readers who share their impressions and opinions of the Association’s magazines. Enter in August for a chance to win a year of SmartPaks and a trip for two to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
The August sweepstakes offers two methods of entry:
- Purchase a new subscription or renew your current subscription to any Journal magazine and you are automatically entered! -or-
- Take this brief survey after reading the August American Quarter Horse Journal.
All entries this summer are eligible for the grand prize – a trip to the NFR.
- Three days, two nights in Las Vegas
- Airfare for two
- Two premium seats for one NFR performance
- Hotel accommodations for two nights and a dinner for two at a top restaurant
August is the Journal’s annual issue dedicated to youth. Topics you won’t want to miss in this issue include six reasons to take your horse to college, ideas for keeping youth exhibitors on task and grandparents who share their love of horses. Read the August Journal.
The American Quarter Horse Journal is a monthly magazine focusing on AQHA’s “core” rail-and-pattern and halter segments, as well as AQHA rule changes and general AQHA news. Readers can look forward to:
- Features on breeders, amateur exhibitors, as well as training tips from AQHA Professional Horsemen and health features
- A fun, new column called “In Their Own Words,” located on the inside back page of the Journal
- Full coverage of the five AQHA world championship shows and other major AQHA events, as well as the show leaders lists, health and youth focus issues, and some international flavor
- Traditional historical items, such as American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame inductees and 50-year breeders, will also reside in the Journal.