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APHA teams up with Speedhorse magazine for Paint racing coverage

Effective January 1, Speedhorse magazine will become the official Paint racing magazine of the American Paint Horse Association. The partnership was formed to provide up-to-date, monthly Paint racing information to the Paint racing industry.


Speedhorse
and APHA’s official publication, the Paint Horse Journal, will work in concert to give readers of both magazines information that benefits both the Paint industry as a whole and the horse racing industry specifically. Monthly coverage in Speedhorse will include APHA stakes information, leading lists and more. The Paint Horse Journal will continue to produce Flash, its award-winning annual supplement that celebrates Paints excelling in timed events—including racing, barrel racing, roping, shooting and sorting—as well as weekly online news articles about fast Paints at MyFlashyRide.com.

“Our racing breeders and enthusiasts are looking for current information on the sport and horses they love, and we believe this partnership will provide just that,” APHA Director of Racing Karen Utecht said. “We look forward to working with Speedhorse and providing our racing audience this valuable information in a timely manner.”

To subscribe to Speedhorse, call (405) 288-2145.

The Paint Horse Journal is a monthly publication produced by APHA that celebrates the versatility of the Paint Horse and provides Paint-specific news, articles and more. Flash is produced in concert with the March issue, and is mailed to all current PHJ subscribers and distributed at major speed events around the country. Learn more about Flash magazine at MyFlashyRide.com. Subscribing online is easy at apha.com/phj. Or, if you prefer, call (866) 745-4968 (toll-free) or email [email protected].

 

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About APHA

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.

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