Est. 1970

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Student Membership



Student annual membership dues is $25, payable in U.S. funds.

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(Select from either a fillable PDF or Word file to apply. Be sure to save file to your computer.)



Remember to mail, fax or e-mail your application.
Mail: American Horse Publications, 49 Spinnaker Circle, South Daytona, FL 32119
Fax: 386-760-7728

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  • Testimonials

    "AHP helped me break out of my shell and find my place in the equine publishing industry. Without this organization or the wonderful people in it, I probably never would have seriously pursued equine media. Now, it's the only thing I want to do." Danielle Moritz, 2013 Student Award Winner

    "I feel there are many equine communication opportunities out there for me to take part in, and I look forward to when I will be able to join the group as a professional in the industry. I am honored to be selected as the 2011 AHP Student Award Winner. The scholarship will help further my education and I hope to repesent AHP as well as previous award winners. Stephanie Smolek, 2011 Student Award Winner

    "AHP has an amazing program for students. It is not often that you are able to have all your mentors and role models captive in one room and get to meet the experts in the industry." Stephanie Lynn Church, 1998 Student Award Winner, Editor, The Horse

    "The AHP convention is one of the few times members of the equine industry get together in one location, allowing all members to meet industry leaders and expand their knowledge by attending educational sessions. As a student member, I've met valuable contacts at AHP conventions, some of which have led to great opportunities, and I strongly urge all student members to attend next year's seminar in Seattle, Wash. After all, we are the future of the equine industry." Jessica Bieber-Hein, 2003 Student Award Winner, Editor, Paint Horse Journal