March 3, 2017
Hope you were one of the many directors, regional club officers or members of APHA who recently attended the 2017 APHA Convention. If not, watch for convention coverage right here in your newsletter.
Amon G. Carter Foundation awards APHA $125,000
The Amon G. Carter Foundation, based in Fort Worth, has awarded the American Paint Horse Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the American Paint Horse Association, a $125,000 grant to support the restoration and relocation of the “Legacy of Color”—four large bronze statues depicting American Paint Horses from their location outside APHA’s current headquarters to their new home in the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District in 2018. The APHA headquarters will be located on a beautified Stockyards’ Mule Alley in the Stockyards. The bronze sculptures will front a planned new boutique hotel at the end of the Alley.
Regional Club Membership Drive – Be part of its success!
See you down the trail.
APHA’s New Mission Statement
We inspire, nurture, promote and provide meaningful experiences to generations interested in preserving the versatile Paint Horse.
APHA Executive Director