AQHA High-Points

The 2012 AQHA year-end high-point winners are honored in the April Journal. Read the digital edition for free this month.

The American Quarter Horse Journal
April 23, 2013

April 2013 American Quarter Horse Journal cover

2012 AQHA All-Around Senior Horse Hard To Get Playboy graces the cover of the April Journal. Read the free digital edition of the April Journal.

For most, it’s a long, hard road to an AQHA year-end high-point title. Miles and miles down asphalt interstates. Night after night sleeping in hotels or living quarters trailers. Show after show of perfection in the pen. Ending the year with a high-point title in hand is no small feat.

That’s why the April issue of The American Quarter Horse Journal is dedicated to these champions. And to honor the multitude of high-point winners, the digital edition of the April Journal will feature a separate high-point supplement. This month, the digital edition of the April Journal is free to everyone. The high-point supplement is free, as well.

Read the free digital edition of the April Journal, plus read the free Journal high-point supplement.

Meet the all-around high-point winners in the April Journal:

  • Kaleena Weakly and Hours Yours And Mine – Here’s an interview with both of the 2012 Bank of America all-around amateurs.
  • Erika Rodenski and Good Time To Win – Erika and her best friend, “Winslow,” had smooth sailing to the 2012 Markel youth high-point title.
  • Darling Catichi – Phenomenal is the word that best describes the 2012 Bank of America high-point junior horse.
  • Hard To Get Playboy – This Bank of America high-point senior horse has an all-around great personality.

Sixty years ago, AQHA awarded its first year-end high-point awards. There were six open high-point awards, one each in cutting, halter, reining, tie-down roping, western riding and working cow horse. Check out Page 72 of the April Journal to see these inaugural high-point winners.

Annually, AQHA recognizes the top point earners in each division of every AQHA-approved event. Horses are recognized in the open division, while youth and amateurs with any one horse are recognized in their respective division. Learn more about high-point awards at www.aqha.com/highpoint.