West Nile Virus

Watch this week’s featured videos on AQHA Video discussing West Nile Virus.

The American Quarter Horse Association
July 3, 2013

AQHA Video

AQHA Video is the best source for free videos focused on the most popular American Quarter Horse subjects.

AQHA Video offers something for everyone’s interests. From the professional horseman to the casual trail rider, AQHA Video provides you with six video channels focused on the most popular American Quarter Horse subjects. This week’s AQHA Video discusses West Nile Virus, introduces the 2012 Merle Wood Humanitarian Award winner Judy Bonham and takes a look at Haythorn Ranch Company.

West Nile Virus
A neurological disease that affects birds, horses and people, West Nile Virus was first diagnosed in New York in 1999. Learn how this disease is transmitted and how quickly it has spread across the country. Part one of three. Visit the Health Channel, sponsored by Zoetis.

Judy Bonham, 2012 Merle Wood Humanitarian Award Winner

Meet Judy Bonham, the 2012 Merle Wood Humanitarian Award winner, presented by the American Quarter Horse Foundation. A mentor to children and adults, Judy has spent more than 30 years helping others. Learn more about this dynamic lady’s contribution to the American Quarter Horse industry. Visit the Horses & People Channel, sponsored by John Deere.

Haythorn Ranch Company
The Haythorn Ranch Company won the 2009 AQHA Best Remuda award. Watch how these real life cowboys work cattle and use their American Quarter Horse remuda in the sandhills of Nebraska. Visit the Ranches Channel.

Thanks to AQHA’s corporate partners, including SmartPak, Bank of America, Zoetis, Tractor Supply Co. and John Deere, every video episode is available 24/7 with no subscriptions or fees. Just another way AQHA corporate partners make AQHA membership worthwhile. Check out all of the discounts, special offers and promotions offered exclusively to AQHA members by AQHA’s corporate partners.

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