AHP Annual Awards Contest Gets a New Name

Starting with the 2016 award contest, the competition will be renamed to the AHP Equine Media Awards.

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American Horse Publications (AHP) has announced that its annual members-only awards competition has a new name. Starting with the 2016 award contest for material published in 2015, the competition has been renamed to the AHP Equine Media Awards (EMAs).

“This is an exciting step for AHP,” said Chris Brune, AHP executive director. “We have discussed having a special name for the awards several times during the association’s 46-year history. However, nothing fit until Judy Lincoln, AHP administrative assistant, proposed the name.”

The AHP Board of Directors approved the name and logo in time for the release of the 2016 awards contest rules. Board members agreed that the new name gives a broader spectrum to the AHP awards and is the right direction to go for the association and its members.

The EMAs gets underway this month with the release of the contest rules and class list. Additionally, “based on member feedback, we have tweaked a few classes and added several new classes for 2016,” Brune said

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