Chrome made a big impact in the Western and Paint Horse industries when it launched in 2013, and its latest edition is making waves, too. The Spring 2014 issue of Chrome is now available to current APHA members—log in to view the latest issue on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
A beautiful, glossy publication, Chrome celebrates the Western lifestyle that comes along with owning Paint Horses—a life as unique as the horse itself.
The Spring 2014 issue features APHA member Caroline Brown Fusilier of Minden, Louisiana, and her 2010 sorrel overo mare Sensational Invite, who is now owned by Russell Chance and Linda Tucker of Stephens, Arkansas. A lifelong horse enthusiast, Caroline lept at the opportunity to include her Paint Horse in her bridal portraits—her entire wedding was Western themed, and it’s featured in the pages of Chrome!
Other articles in the Spring 2014 issue include:
- Ways to incorporate one-of-a-kind Western flair into your home decor
- Lifetime APHA member Gary Gist, and his innovations in silversmithing
- Lifetime APHA member Bruce McShan’s “blooming” floral business
- Relaxation tips from APHA Professional Horseman Taurie Banks
- Elite NFR barrel racer Sharon Camarillo’s family connection to Paints
- A great trail riding escape in Sundance, Utah
- Equine sculptor Lisa Perry’s works of art
- Prix de West art show
- Horse training advice from Kalley Krickeberg
- Canine behavior insight from Hilton Butler
Chrome is only available to current APHA members—join or renew your membership today so you can take advantage of this fantastic member benefit. APHA members in North America receive a complimentary printed copy of Chrome, and all APHA members can access the online edition for free. Additional printed copies of Chrome can be ordered through APHA by email or by calling (817) 222-6430..