Road to ApHC Youth World: Lilly Görgen & Zoe Long

They are two among hundreds of Americans: Zoe Long and Lilly Görgen will compete at the 2018 ApHC Youth World Show. Zoe has competed at this show in 2017 (find our article here), Lilly will be part of the Exchange Program that is organized by the ApHC. This will be her first time at the World Show. The Showlife will follow their journey by constantly updating this article. First of all, we will introduce the girls:

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My First Time in Kreuth: A Report

What is it like to come to one of the largest shows in Europe, the VWB Bavarian Championship? What is it like to be in Kreuth for the first time? Compete in the Ostbayernhalle? While some of us might vividly remember their first time in the big arena, others have never competed there. Maybe because they never got the chance, maybe because they were afraid. In order to diminish the fear of competing in Kreuth, we have talked to someone who has just recently shown there for the first time:

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Conquering the Reining Classes: Golden Series Go-Round Winner Alan Vincent

He is known as one of Europe’s most talented Western Pleasure riders, but at the BSC he proved to be even more than that: Winner of the first go-round of the Golden Series Reining, Alan Falcon Vincent Giordano, told us about his Reining horse Ima Spooks Too, the ambition to win and whether he has a favorite among his horses…

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Why NSBA is Taking Over Scandinavia

AQHA and APHA are by far the most popular breeding associations in Europe. And while the NSBA Futurity and the NSBA European Championship are held in Germany, there are hardly any other NSBA-approved classes offered in the country with the highest population of Quarter Horses outside North America. Germany’s northern neighbours, however, seem to love the NSBA. We have asked two competitors from Denmark on their opinion why that is the case: AQHA competitor Natasha Møller and APHA competitor Dóra Gözce.

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