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Competitors Share Their #YWC2014 Highlights

Social media posts prove the 2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup was a golden experience.

By Tara Matsler
The American Quarter Horse Journal
July 14, 2014

Team Norway's Lena Opsahl shares a photo of a newspaper clipping about the 2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup

The Bryan Eagle featured coverage of the 2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup, and Team Norway's Lena Opsahl shared this photo of the newspaper clipping via Instagram. (Credit: Lena Opsahl)

Even if you couldn’t be there in person, you could still track the heat of the 2014 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup competition, thanks to a live webcast and active social media reporting on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. And if you were following along via social media, that just meant you escaped the notorious Bryan-College Station, Texas, humidity! Lucky you.

From leadership building to cultural awareness, horsemanship training and impressive competition, Youth World Cup is an event just as well-rounded as its international participants. For this year’s event, 16 teams gathered in central Texas. This is what they had to say, using the #YWC2014 hashtag, about their once-in-a-lifetime experience.

View the results wrap-up and photos by The American Quarter Horse Journal.