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MAY 2011 THE RIDER /35 AQHA Digital Rule Book


The 2011 AQHA Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations is available for download on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The AQHA Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations is now available at the touch of a button.


At the 2011 AQHA Convention, March 4-7 in Grapevine, Texas, AQHA announced the release of a digital version of the AQHA Official Handbook. The AQHA 2011 Rules digital tool is available through iTunes to download to the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and is free for everyone.


to young people.”


AQHA also plans to release the AQHA 2011 Rules digital tool for the Android market in the near future.


The digital handbook is a useful tool for any AQHA member. For instance, if you are at a show and forget your AQHA Handbook, all the information you need is on your device. You’ll find everything from proper attire to reining patterns, registration requirements, color and marking definitions, and more. AQHA will soon add additional features, with the possibility of including access to records, show dates and other important AQHA announcements.


AQHA 2011 Rules tool, access the App Store Application on your device and search for AQHA 2011 Rules. To download the AQHA 2011 Rules to your computer, go to iTunes. AQHA news and information is a service of AQHA publi- cations. For more information on The American Quarter Horse Journal or America’s Horse, visit AQHA Publications.


“We’e excited to launch the first of what will be several smart- phone applications that will focus on delivering useful information for our members,” said Jim Bret Campbell, AQHA senior director of marketing and publications. “AQHA’s marketing and membership committee recently discussed multiple opportunities to develop digital tools that will target our showing, racing and recreational riding mem- bers, as well as games and educational tools for promoting our horse


eBooks with Embedded Video!


A Major Breakthrough for Teaching About Horses


Joe Camp was reluctant to switch over. His wife hammered him for months. “I have the books I’m reading with me at all| times on the Kindle app on my phone,” she would say. Camp would counter, “I prefer turning pages.” Then one day Kathleen showed him a video that was embedded in the book she was reading, and that was the day Joe Camp became a believer.


Camp has spent most of his life using his ability to tell a good story to teach us about animals. First dogs and now horses. Camp is the creator of the canine super- star Benji and the writer-director of all five of the floppy-eared mutt’s movies, and the recent author of the national best selling book The Soul of a Horse - Life Lessons from the Herd.


“I remember when I was attempting to train my first horse I was constantly running from the arena back to the house to see exactly what the book or DVD was actually saying. Which hand was the teacher using? Where was he standing? I would’ve given anything to have it all with me in the arena on my smart phone,” Camp said.


Both Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s NOOKbook support embedded video links. For more on Joe Camp or his books and movies visit: http://www.thesoulofahorse.com


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America’s Horse Goes Digital Read the May issue of America’s Horse online for free.


The digital edition of The American Quarter Horse Journal, Journal Plus, debuted earlier this month as a supplement to the printed magazine, and now AQHA members can receive their America’s Horse magazine online, as well. Starting in May, the AQHA member publication can be read online anytime, any- where.


As a special offer for the month of May only, all horse enthusiasts can access the digital version of the May America’s Horse. The May issue is a special recreational riding tribute, with tons of tips and tricks for enjoying your summer horseback. Visit www.aqha.com for more details.


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“When the notion hit me that we could take our books about horse and dog behavior and embed videos demonstrating and defining what the book is talking about, well, it snapped me to attention immediately. It’s the best of both worlds! And the book and its videos can be with you on your smart phone wherever you happen to be. When you’re train- ing your dog, or your horses. When you’re trying to explain a concept to a friend. Or wherever.” “This is going to be huge in the textbook industry,” Camp said. “Imagine being able to leave your backpack in the dorm room and have all your textbooks with your notes and bookmarks with you at all times, ready for every class. With video demonstrations and resource links all available at the touch of a finger. It’s a major breakthrough in our ability to cre- ate both incentive and ability to learn!”


Another plus: any time the author or publisher decides to improve the ebook with more links or updated resource material the customer automatically gets the new version sent to his or her device at no additional cost. Joe Camp’s two new book releases, The Soul of a Horse Blogged - The Journey Continues and The Benji Method - Teach Your Dog To Do What Benji Does in the Movies are both chock-full of embedded video and resource links. Every lesson in The Benji Method has a video of Benji and Camp demonstrating what the lesson is teaching. Over 90 minutes of video.


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