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Cash Flow

Cash Roll Lineage impressed her trainer, Mary Burger, when the duo made their runs on May 24 at the Old Fort Days Barrel Futurity in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Together, they clocked a :17.029 to finish 14th and earn $7,063. “Shasta,” a 2010 bay tobiano...
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Judys Lineage Surpasses 5 Million Mark

Cementing his position as an elite sire of Paint racehorses, Judys Lineage recently surpassed $5 million in offspring earnings. The 1989 sorrel tobiano stallion by Special Lineage (TB) and out of Judys Chick is only the second stallion to reach this premier benchmark for...
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NewsFlash: May 23, 2014—Shooting Tips

If you’re not getting your news about Paint Horse in the world of timed events on MyFlashyRide.com,you’re getting left in the dust. Check out the fast-paced stories you missed on Flash this week: Read More: Slow Down Win Big Read More: Horse Sense – Protect Yourself Read...
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Have you saved money with APHA Xtras?

APHA wants to save you money. So we put together the mind-blowing APHA Xtras program to make it easy. With discounts from the companies you use every day—like John Deere, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Visa, LubriSyn and Sherwin-Williams, just to name a few—it’s simple to...
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APHF awards first-ever Wounded Warrior scholarship

In support of continuing education for therapeutic riding instructors, the American Paint Horse Foundation recently awarded its first scholarship designated for a Wounded Warrior. Nick Montijo, a Marine veteran from Harvard, Illinois, will receive an $800 scholarship from APHF to offset expenses to obtain...
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Belle of the Shootout

Paints turned out in force for the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association Jeffers National Championship, April 16–19 in Tunic, Mississippi. With eight Paints competing for APHA titles, times were tight between the top competitors. In the APHA Open class, Cody Clark won with Starrs Minnie...
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Flying Fast

Paint-runner Fly CB Fly took his turn at history March 2 at Remington Park in Oklahoma City, establishing a new 250-yard mark for Paint & Appaloosa racing at the track. Owned and bred by Neal Cox of Cache, Oklahoma, Fly CB Fly competed as a 2-year-old...
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