AQHA er repræsenteret ved EM

Læs pressemeddelelsen fra AQHA og FEQHA her:

“FEQHA European Championship of American Quarter Horses in Kreuth: AQHA International will be providing On-Site Member Services
The FEQHA European Championship of American Quarter Horses (Kreuth / Germany, August 8 – 15, 2021) is hosted by the Federation of European Quarter Horse Associations, which brings together American Quarter Horse affiliates to celebrate the breed in Europe. It is one of Europe’s major shows and premier American Quarter Horse events. In Kreuth, Germany, Europe’s best horses and riders meet to compete for prestigious championship titles. This is the perfect platform to celebrate the unique versatility of this great breed among many countries. AQHA is proud to be a supporter of this event in 2021. More information can be found at AQHA International will be providing On-Site Member Services at the 2021 European Championship August 8-10 in Kreuth, Germany, to assist you with your AQHA business. The booth will be located above the seats within the Ostbayern Arena and will be open from 8:00 to 17:00 each day.

Visit with an AQHA International staff member to:
– Check the status of pending paperwork.
– Transfer a horse, no matter how many owners, for only $25 USD per horse.
– Receive your registration certificate with expedited service, if all registration requirements are met.
– Receive a free copy of the new 2021 AQHA Rulebook – available while supplies last.

Also be sure to attend one of three educational seminars offered by AQHA to learn more about how to properly complete AQHA forms and services. Presentations on how to complete the registration application, transfer report and stallion breeding report will occur from 12:00 to 13:00 August 8-10. Stop by to learn and ask questions. AQHA is eager to help! The AQHA team would love to speak with you, so be sure to stop by to get your AQHA-related questions answered or just to say hello! When visiting an AQHA On-Site Member Services booth, please follow social-distancing protocols to protect yourself and the health of the others.”