The online voting for the United Professional Horsemen's Association's Horse/Pony of the Year has opened, and is available online.
All voting is to be done online and only current (2016) UPHA Professional Members may vote. To vote you must log in to your UPHA membership profile on the UPHA website, www.uphaonline.com, using your membership number and password. If you have not setup a password you may do so at this time. Located in the center of the membership page there is a "Set up Your Password Now" tab. If you do not know your UPHA Membership Number you may search by clicking the "Verify Member Status" tab.
Once you are logged in, you will see a "Start Voting Now" tab, just above your name and profile picture. Click on the link and you may begin voting.
You must click the "Submit Votes" button at the bottom of the page for your votes to count. Remember only current UPHA Professional Members may vote and you may vote only one time. Online voting will end at 12 a.m. on Thursday, December 1, 2016.
The Division winners will be determined directly from the results of the online voting. The owner of the winning Horse and Pony, in each Division will be notified prior to the Super Convention.
The Division Awards will be presented on Friday January 20th, 2017, during the UPHA Luncheon at the Westin Canal Place in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Each of the 49 Division winners will automatically become eligible for the UPHA Overall Horse and Pony of The Year Awards in their respective division.
Ballots will be distributed, Friday January 20th, 2017, during the UPHA Luncheon, to all UPHA Professional and Associate Members, to determine the 12 Horse and Pony of the Year Overall Champions.
The UPHA Horse and Pony of the Year Overall Champions will be presented their awards during the Saturday Evening Gala.
Please click on the link below to cast your vote for your favorites, and please plan to join us in New Orleans for the 2017 UPHA National Convention, January 18-21, 2017 at the beautiful Westin Canal Place in New Orleans!
-- via UPHA