AQHA International Horsemanship Camps
From Sweden to Slovenia, AQHA is offering nine international camps summer of 2016

Each summer, the American Quarter Horse Association is proud to partner with some of the country’s best equine/agriculture university to offer international horsemanship camps through one of AQHA’s international affiliates.
International horsemanship camps were established to help foster an environment in which people around the world could learn more about the American Quarter Horse; increase their horsemanship skills; or improve their skills in various disciplines.

The purposes and objectives of the international horsemanship camps are:   
*To improve horsemanship skills in international countries through a series of interactive clinic
*To cultivate new members for both AQHA and the host affiliate    
*To position the American Quarter Horse as the preferred breed for recreational riding, showing and racing
*To ensure the welfare of the American Quarter Horse is paramount to all other concerns

2016 Clinics with Oklahoma State University:
Led by Dr. Kris Hiney
Assisted by: Natalie Baker, Sarah Schobert, Dee Church
Sweden: July 6-8
Denmark: July 11-12
Germany: July 14-16 (half day on July 14, noon to 5 p.m.)
Ireland: July 19-20
England: July 22-23

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