June 18, 2012
Meet the 2012 AQHA International Intern and follow along as she travels the world educating horse fans about AQHA.
My name is Keylee Sayler, and I am this year’s AQHA International Intern. I am from Casper, Wyoming, and have been blessed to have grown up riding horses. I have my associate’s degree in equine science from Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and I am currently a senior in agriculture business and equine industry at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. I have competed on multiple horse judging teams from FFA to the university level. I have also competed on the Ranch Horse Versatility teams at LCCC and WT.
This year, I am privileged to travel with four universities to Europe, where we will teach horsemanship camps in 10 different countries.
In Europe, I will first meet Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, whose line of travel will be:
- Czech Republic
The next university I will be traveling with is the University of Wyoming, which will go to:
- United Kingdom
After that, Sam Houston State University will be traveling to:
Last, but definitely not least, will be the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, which will teach in:
As you can see, AQHA has given me an amazing opportunity! I will be posting updates and pictures from the camps as often as possible so everyone can experience this adventure with me. I hope you’ll join me on my travels and keep up with us as we travel from country to country.
AQHA International Intern
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