Meet the 2021-2022 AjPHA Executive Committee Candidates
Alyssa Martin * Angelica Zizza * Ashlyn Montague
Colten Dulin * Cody Dulin
Emily Coggins * Hannah Janssen * Lea Klink
Lexie Lalone * Madison Brown
Madison Mendes * Melanie Moossdorff * Melody Hackworth
Morgan Duhon * Paige Newcomb
Reese Byers * Reese Yates * Riley Frances
Taylor Eller * Treylyn Hancock
APHA Staff Member Spotlight
Joined APHA in 2000
Angie has been serving APHA members for 21 years! She was born and raised in the Fort Worth area and loves traveling with her family, attending concerts and spending time with her buckskin tobiano mare, Decco. She spent her childhood around horses and enjoyed participating in riding clubs in the area. There’s a good chance you’ve experienced Angie’s exceptional customer service skills when conducting your APHA business, whether through the APHA office or at the MemberCare Booth at the World Show.
APHF Hall of Fame Induction,
Awards and World Show Party
6pm – 10pm on Friday, July 1 at Whiskey Ranch
Please join us in recognizing and celebrating the
2021 APHF Hall of Fame Inductees
Dick Sell * John & Anita Hertner * Wanda West
Durn Scooter * Ima Gallant Jet
RH Imprinted * Shes Doolins Nikita
APH Foundation welcomes new board members
Five new members were named to the American Paint Horse Foundation to serve a three-year term. Amy Novacek, Amanda Palmer, Dr. Craig Wood, Megan Brown and Pat Newman were named to replace board members whose terms had expired. The Foundation board consists of up to 15 members and is chaired by Laurie Roden of Cave Creek, AZ.
Amy Novacek of Joshua, Texas, is a longtime APHA exhibitor. She and her husband, Jay, have a long history of philanthropic efforts with disadvantaged youth and advocating for wounded military members. Amy is always looking for ways to help others.
Dr. Craig Wood of Owenton, Kentucky, is a two-time APHA President. Dr. Wood is a member of the University of Kentucky faculty and has served and chaired on many APHA committees and task forces. Craig has more than 35 years of experience in the horse industry and has worked as a State Director since 2008.
Amanda Palmer of Floral City, Florida, has been a longtime show manager and exhibitor. She has been a member of APHA since 2006 and has been showing since 2007. She is actively involved with the Florida Paint Horse Club and has been a State Director since 2017.
Megan Brown of Alexandria, Virginia, began showing Paints as a youth at age 15. She continues to show in Amateur events. She has served on several committees and task forces and has been a State Director since 2016. Megan has a long career in historic preservation and has assisted many non-profit boards across the country.
Pat Newman of Springfield, Illinois, has been a life member since 1978. He served on the APHA Executive Committee and served as President in 1999. He has served as chair or vice-chair on several committees and has been a State Director since 1985. Pat has over 40 years experience in construction management and has experience in funds management, regulations, legal, banking and profitability.
2021 APH Foundation Board Members
Laurie Roden (President) – email@example.com
Marylyn Caliendo (VP & Capital Campaign Chair) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly Boles-Chapman – email@example.com
Ann Jones – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Sheriff – email@example.com
Mike Holloway – firstname.lastname@example.org
Meredith Landy – email@example.com
Amanda Palmer – firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Novacek – email@example.com
Dr. Craig Wood – firstname.lastname@example.org
Megan Brown – email@example.com
Pat Newman – firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to the
2020 Top Five Stallion Owners
(based on the 2019 Stallion Breeding Reports)
Arcese Quarter Horses USA, Weatherford, Texas
Schmersal Reining Horses/Silver Spurs Equine, Scottsdale, Arizona
Slide or Die, LLC, Aubrey, Texas
Silver Spurs Equine, Scottsdale, Arizona
Heritage Farms, LLC, Ogden, Utah
2022 APHF Hall of Fame Inductees Announced
Cliff & Martha Johnson * Kenny & Pauli Crull
Youth World Games goes virtual for 2021
2021 APHA World Championship Show
Premium Book and Forms
Youth, Amateur and Foundation Celebration
Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 7:00pm
at the APHA World Championship Show
Located in the East Coliseum parking lot directly across from the Pavillion
Youth and Amateur Awards Presentation
APH Foundation Silent Auction
Food & Drinks
Fun for All
Breeders’ Trust Pleasure Stakes
Modification Announced for 2022
Dates to Remember
- June Calendar of Events
- 2021 PBRIP Calendar of Events
- June 25 – July 11, 2021 – APHA World Championship Show – Open/Amatuer/Youth
- August 12, 2021 – Marked for Greatness Leadership Exchange – Chrome Cash
- September 16-19, 2021 – APHA Eastern National Championships
- September 25 – October 4, 2021 – APHA Breeders’ Trust Halter Futurity
- October 6-10, 2021 – APHA Western National Championships
- October 19, 2021 – Marked for Greatness Leadership Exchange – Show Manager Best Practices
- December 9, 2021 – Marked for Greatness Leadership Exchange – Breeders’ Trust
Looking to increase show participation?
Want to capitalize on the ranching competition movement?
Then the Ranch Work Championships is your answer. The Ranch Work Championships are an all new timed, all-breed ranch competition. It has been designed to maximize revenue for producers and made to seamlessly blend on the front or the back of a pre-existing event. Visit Ranch Work Championships to learn more or watch our YouTube explanation video.
Are you interested in producing a Ranch Work Championships Qualifier in your area?
Contact Steven Hayes at email@example.com or call 817-222-6432. Step on to the bus headed for a new era in Ranch Horse competition!”
It’s not too late to get your brick added to the showcase location on Mule Alley.
See you down the trail,
APHA Executive Director