AQHA handbook available
The 2014 American Quarter Horse Association Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations is now available and easily accessible. To help AQHA members stay up to date, the 2014 handbook is available in a variety of ways.
For members’ convenience, the 2014 handbook is available as an online version, printed version or as a downloadable app on your iOS.
Members can view the online version at http://www.aqha.com/handbook or can request a copy of the printed version to be mailed.
If you’d like the handbook on your iOS, download the free app from the Apple App Store by searching for “AQHA Rules.” The 2014 app is available now. If you downloaded the app in 2013, simply run the update to access the 2014 handbook.
The handbook will also be available on Android devices at a later date. You will be able to download the free app on Google Play Store by searching for “AQHA Rules” when the 2014 app is available.
Disclaimer: The AQHA Online Handbook is a reference for AQHA members and American Quarter Horse enthusiasts. Although AQHA has gone to great lengths to ensure its accuracy, some differences may exist between it and the printed version. The current rules are updated in the online and electronic versions of the handbook.
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