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AMHA Youth Contest

SHELBURNE, VT —Music and Morgans are being brought together in a fun and free youth contest. American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA) is excited to announce it is raffling off an iPod® shuffle to one lucky young equine enthusiast age 22 and under.

The contest is easy to enter! Just send your e-mail address to or join the AMHA youth Facebook group, "Say Hay" and leave your e-mail address on the group’s wall. You can find "Say Hay" by searching "American Morgan Horse Association Say Hay" on Facebook, and connect with other kids your age who have a passion for horses. Participants who give AMHA their e-mail address will automatically be entered in the contest. You can increase your chances to win by referring your friends’ e-mail addresses and have their own name entered again for each additional referral!

The iPod ® shuffle is perfect for riding; it can be clipped on anywhere and is durable enough for any trail. You can even create your own riding play list! The deadline to enter is April 17, 2009 at 5 p.m. EST. The winner will be announced April 22, 2009. Keep checking the AMHA website and the "Say Hay" page for updates! Don’t forget to get your parent’s permission before entering any contest!

AMHY is an international organization for young Morgan horse enthusiasts. It offers a variety of programs including competitions, clubs, contests, and educational opportunities. AMHAY gives youth the chance to meet peers who share a common interest for equine while developing leadership skills, discipline, and responsibility.

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