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2017-2018 AjPHA Executive Committee takes office

Congratulations to the newly elected Youth who will be leading the American Junior Paint Horse Association for 2017–2018:

2017-2018 AjPHA Executive Committee:

President: Anna Lia Sullivan, New Jersey
President-Elect: Sabine Lazo, Texas
Vice President: Rana Orsan, Missouri
Secretary: Madison Martin, Virginia
Treasurer: Reagan Jennings, Texas
Zone 2 Representative: Willow Werlhof, California
Zone 3 Representative: Kaden Strom, North Dakota
Zone 4 Representative: Grace Hayslip, Texas
Zone 5 Representative: Renee Conklin, Missouri
Zone 7 Representative: Mannetta McAvaddy, New Jersey
Zone 8 Representative: Reece Chapman, Michigan
Zone 9 Representative: Riley Summerall, Tennessee
President Anna Lia Sullivan is kicking off a year-long presidential service project focused on the CHAMPS program: Challenged Horsemen and American Paints, a program designed to showcase Paints’ roles in therapeutic horsemanship programs and provide meaningful competition experiences for these exhibitors through APHA-approved events. Check out a quick video about Anna Lia’s project, and get the full scoop in the September 2017 Paint Horse Journal.


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About APHA

The American Paint Horse Association is the world’s second-largest equine breed association, registering more than a million horses in 59 nations and territories since it was founded. Its mission is to inspire, nurture, promote and provide meaningful experiences to generations interested in preserving the versatile Paint Horse