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AQHA 2022 South American Racing Summit is June 13-15 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
The AQHA 2022 South American Racing Summit is June 13-15 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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AQHA 2022 South American Racing Summit is June 13-15 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

BUENOS AIRES, ARG–JUNE 13, 2022–The AQHA 2022 South American Racing Summit kicks off today, June 13, and runs through Wednesday, June 15, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

This international opportunity brings together people who are interested in learning about and advancing approved American Quarter Horse racing to develop a successful market for the sport throughout South America.

The goal of the summit will be to engage owners, breeders, racetrack management and racing officials, racing regulators, and more to contribute to conversations that are important to the South American Racing Industry.

Key industry leaders and racing enthusiasts have been invited to this multi-national event focused on the economic and market benefits of approved American Quarter Horse racing. During this inaugural summit, AQHA will engage owners, breeders, racetrack management, racing officials and racing regulators. Together, participants will contribute to key conversations that are important to the South American racing industry.

Summit participants will have the opportunity to talk with fellow racing enthusiasts and leadership about animal welfare, sport integrity, market value of progeny and more.

Among the key topics being discussed are:

• Overview of Summit Goals
• Key Aspects of Transition to Recognized Racing
• Global Value of the Pedigree and Added Value to Progeny
• Animal Welfare and Sport Integrity
• What Recognized American Quarter Horse Racing Can Offer Your
   Track

• Information about Hipódromo Argentino de Palermo
• How to Achieve Recognized Racing
• Sport Integrity/Medication Policies
• Economic Impact of Regulated Racing
• Review Import Tax Implications of Importing/Exporting American Quarter Horses and the Effect They Have on the South American
  Racing Industry


For more information on future summits, contact international@aqha.org.

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