What signatures do I need? How many pictures? What do my pictures need to show? How much does this cost? Most importantly, how can I make registering my Paint as easy as possible?
Have questions about registering your Paint Horse? Trust us, you’re not alone.
Though registering your Paint is important—and the only way he can cash in on the benefits of APHA—it’s easy to put off the paperwork due to confusion or missing information.
Never fear, dear reader—the Paint Horse Journal is here to help! This month’s Inside Look features “Know and Go: Registration,” an easy how-to guide for getting your registration right on the first try. Plus, our APHA MemberCare registration experts answer some of the most common questions that come with the process.
Read “Know and Go: Registration” in the March 2017 issue of the Journal, or check it out online in Inside Look!
Read Inside Look online to find:
- “Know and Go: Registration” to answer all your paperwork questions
- APHA Executive Director Billy Smith’s “Fresh Paint” column on the explosive growth of the Paint Barrel Racing Incentive Program
- ALL of our colorful advertisers, including special appearances by fast-moving Paint speedsters and a Breeders’ Trust stallion showcase.
- Classified ads and stallion alley to help you find your next trainer, sire or prospect!
Then, pick up your print copy of the Paint Horse Journal to discover:
- Tips for gymkhana success from Paint Alternative Champion star Fayra Staas
- 2016 Paint racing champions
- Stories of success from hardworking Paint lovers who found their industry niche through internships and working-student positions
- Advice for navigating APHA’s speed-event tack rules with equipment judge Delena Doyle
- The flashy Paints who added extra color to the 2017 Presidential Inaugural Parade
- And so much more! Purchase, renew or extend a subscription today!
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The American Paint Horse Association is the world’s second-largest international equine breed association, registering more than a million horses in 59 nations and territories since it was founded. APHA creates and maintains programs that increase the value of American Paint Horses and enriches members’ experiences with their horses.