Share Your Level 1 Championships Accomplishments

Continue to shine long after you and your American Quarter Horse leave the arena, using these three tips to promote your achievements.

American Quarter Horse Association

Christine Gudas of Kewanna, Indiana, is the Level 1 all-around amateur at the 2017 Nutrena East AQHA Level 1 Championships in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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Tell the world about your success at the AQHA Level 1 Championships! AQHA is here to help you promote your accomplishments with three tips to ensure your success is heralded within your community.

  1. Share your achievements with your community via a hometown press release.

Let your hometown know about your achievements with your American Quarter Horse by downloading a press release template, available in the Media Resources section of Exhibitors, or their guardians in the case of our youth exhibitors, can complete the easy-to-fill-out release and send it electronically to local news outlets.

AQHA press release templates have everything your newspaper needs to get started in telling your story.

  1. Get social.

Use #Level1Championships #AQHACentral, #AQHAWest, #NutrenaEast or #Level1Cattle to share your experiences with friends on social media. While you’re waiting for your next Level 1 Championships class, connect with us on FacebookInstagramYouTubePinterestTwitter and Google+.

  1. Relive the win.

Purchase your class videos from the AQHA Level 1 Championships official videographer, Video Horse World. A variety of video options are available. Stop by the Video Horse World Productions booth at the AQHA Central, AQHA West, Nutrena East or AQHA Cattle Level 1 Championships for more information.

Exhibitors can also purchase pictures from the shows’ official photographer, Shane Rux Photography. Shane Rux Photography will be taking action and background shots at each event. For photo pricing, package options and more information, visit the Shane Rux Photography booth.

Participating in the Level 1 Championships is a major accomplishment, and AQHA hopes you’ll take every opportunity to celebrate your achievements during your Level 1 Championships journey.

The AQHA Level 1 Championships are the pinnacle events for Level 1Rookie and walk-trot competitors around the world. All Level 1-, Rookie- and walk-trot-eligible exhibitors are welcome to compete at one of the 2018 AQHA Level 1 Championships. In addition, all Level 1 Championships cattle classes, including ranch riding, will be held in June at the 2018 Zoetis AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma.

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