The AHP Equine Media Awards is open to AHP members only and offers a Publishing Media Division for equine publications and media professionals as well as a Business Division for equine-related businesses, nonprofit organizations, and colleges.
In 2022, 36 Publishing Media members, 17 Media Professional members, and 14 Business members advanced to the top five in one or more of the 52 classes. Submissions for the 2022 Equine Media Awards for material published in 2021 totaled 583 entries from 102 AHP members.
Congratulations to the 2022 Equine Media Award Winners!
Earning an award for excellence in equine media has been a goal of AHP members since 1976.
Watch the award winners revealed at the 2022 AHP Equine Media Awards Presentations held May 14, 2022, during the Back to the Bluegrass Conference in Lexington, Kentucky.
The American Quarter Horse Journal wins Overall Publication for the second year in a row.
Accepting the honors were Tim Archer, Director of Art, Production & Design, and Andrea Caudill, Senior Editor.
Photo by Diana De Rosa
When are the awards announced?
The rules and class lists for the 2023 AHP Equine Media Awards for content published in 2022 will be available in January 2023. The contest is open to current AHP members only. The AHP Equine Media Awards presentations are held during the annual AHP Equine Media Conference.
Who do I contact for questions?
If you have questions about the awards or conference, please contact Chris Brune at email@example.com.
Why do members enter the AHP Equine Media Awards?
Nothing feels better than being recognized for your work.
All entries receive a judge’s constructive critique.
Members spread the news of their honors to the equine world.
Freelancers add their awards to resumes to build their reputations.
Who have been past EMA winners?
Promoting excellence in equine media has been part of AHP’s mission for over 50 years. The annual awards competition recognizes standards in journalistic integrity for informative and engaging content in a variety of media categories. Showcasing excellence in equine media as well as providing guidance for improvement are the two key elements of this member program.