Navigating the waters of Amateur eligibility can be confusing, but the January 2015 Paint Horse Journal article “Riding Between the Lines” can help clear up potentially muddy situations. Freelancer Delores Kuhlwein outlines some key points ALL potential Amateur exhibitors need to know and spotlights two riders’ situations regarding Amateur status.
Read “Riding Between the Lines” for FREE online—it’s this month’s freebie from the Paint Horse Journal.
Also in the January Paint Horse Journal:
- Learn why cyberbullying is a real problem, and how AjPHA members can be the instrument of change.
- Celebrate Sheriff Stock Farm’s 50-year legacy in the Paint business.
- Markel Professional horseman Heather Young explains how to conquer APHA’s hot new ranch horse pleasure class.
- Go behind the scenes at the APHA World Championship Show with some of our favorite underdog stories and champion recaps.
- Explore the Ohio and Erie Canals in our Great Rides column’s latest escape to Cuyanoga Valley National Park.
- Spotlight on Canadian AjPHA member Diana Nordal.
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