Q-Racing Video Offers Free Coverage of the 2010 AQHA Racing Champions Announcements

Watch the 2011 AQHA Racing Champions announcements live January 12 from Heritage Place in Oklahoma City for free on Q-Racing Video! The program begins at 6 p.m. CST, and will be available worldwide and free of charge at https://prds.aqha.com/PRDS_videostream/.

This year’s event will be hosted by Tom Dawson and co-hosted by Remington Park’s Dale Day. There are a few changes in store this year:
• 2010’s new Champion Race Horses and Dams of Distinction will be recognized
• Stolis Winner will be lauded as the new all-time leading money earner
• Cartel Caliente will receive recognition as the latest AQHA Supreme Champion
Click here for a list of the nominees in the various champion categories. The public is invited to attend the show! Admission is free, but seating is limited. Gentlemen are asked to wear a coat and tie.

Guests who wish to view Q-Racing Video free of charge this weekend will only need to provide a valid e-mail address at login. For more information, visit https://prds.aqha.com/PRDS_videostream/.

Q-Racing Video shows actual live video from the racetracks, including post parade and racing action. It feels like you’re watching a monitor in the clubhouse of your favorite track, but the action is right on your computer from anywhere there’s Internet access. If you like what you see during the free preview, you can subscribe to the service and watch unlimited live and archived American Quarter Horse racing. Enjoy the subscription service for as little as $14.95 per month. Subscribers have unlimited live access to almost every Quarter Horse simulcasting signal in the United States, plus unlimited access to archived race video.

AQHA news and information is a service of AQHA publications. For more information on The American Quarter Horse Journal or America’s Horse, visit AQHA Publications.

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