American Horse Publications has been on the hunt to find students with a passion for both horses and publishing since 1993. This year, the hunt discovered three young women who rose to the top of the judge’s list to become the 2018 AHP Student Award finalists. They have earned an opportunity to meet leading equine industry professionals and discuss career possibilities during the AHP Equine Media Conference.
Zoetis and American Horse Publications (AHP) are proud to announce four finalists have been selected for the 2018 Equine Industry Vision Award. Sponsored by Zoetis, the Equine Industry Vision Award recognizes ingenuity and service as well as benefit to the equine industry by inspiring these qualities in others.
The announcement of award finalists ends two-months of anticipation for the 75 AHP members who have learned they placed in the top five in one or more of 64 classes in the 2018 AHP Equine Media Awards (EMA).
Temperatures that rose high enough to close the Phoenix airport were not the only thing that soared during the American Horse Publications Equine Media Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. The finale of the three-day event is the announcement of the 2017 Equine Media Awards winners for material published in 2016. This year’s awards competition was judged by 23 professionals and included 64 classes, 783 entries, and 105 contestants, of which 71 were finalists.
Sydney Knott, founder, president and CEO of Horses4Heroes, was named the recipient of the 2017 Equine Industry Vision Award.
Three students have risen to the top to become 2017 AHP Student Award finalists. They have earned an opportunity to meet leading equine industry professionals and discuss career possibilities during the AHP Equine Media Conference. Each Travel Award Winner will receive a $750 travel award to attend Saddle Up for Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona on June 15-17, 2017 for three days of educational sessions and related activities.
The wait is over. The finalists in the 2017 American Horse Publications Equine Media Awards (EMA) have been named.
Zoetis and American Horse Publications (AHP) are proud to announce four finalists have been selected for the 2017 Equine Industry Vision Award. They are: Tootie Bland, Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA), Dot Morgan, and Sydney Knott.
Nominations are now open for the 16th annual Equine Industry Vision Award. Sponsored by Zoetis since its inception, the prestigious award is the first of its kind to showcase innovation across the entire equine market, as well as ingenuity and service. Nominations due February 6, 2017
American Horse Publications has opened its doors for the 2017 membership year, and there has never been a better time to join. For the past 47 years, American Horse Publications has provided exceptional marketing, networking and educational benefits, and when you become a member you’re instantly connected to the nearly 500 equine publishers, business owners, associations, students and freelancers who comprise their membership.
Judy Lincoln’s can do attitude and contagious enthusiasm for AHP and its members shows she’s got the spirit. Lincoln was surprised with the 2016 AHP Chris Brune Spirit Award at the Special Awards Luncheon on Saturday, June 18, 2016 at the “May the Horse Be with You” Seminar in Orlando, Florida.
American Horse Publications (AHP) has united equine-related publishing media, businesses, professionals, colleges, and students for nearly 50 years and here is your chance to join at the half year rate. Half year membership is available from July 1 through December 31 to new members. Rates are based on half the cost of annual dues for the eligible membership category. Membership will renew at the annual rate.
Jennifer Bryant was recognized as the freelancers’ champion at her induction into the AHP Circle of Champions during the AHP annual seminar in Orlando, Florida on June 18, 2016.
Ema Klugman became the 2016 AHP Student Award Winner on June 17, 2016 during the AHP May the Horse Be with You Seminar in Orlando, Florida. She is a cum laude graduate from the Maret School in Washington, DC and starts her freshman year at Duke University in August 2016.