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Chrome Cash reinings slide into 2022 with added money just for Paints

APHA kicked off its 2022 Chrome Cash reining rundown with the Florida Reining Classic February 21-27 in Jacksonville, Florida, paying out $1,500 in added money exclusively to Paint reiners.

Congratulations to the Chrome Cash Florida Classic winners:

  • Non-Pro Champion: Got That Iowa Shine & Kayln Sanders, Aubrey, Texas
    • More Non-Pro Payouts to: Stars At Midnite/Edward Frawley, Baileys Sidekick/Valencia Pitzing & Alpha Onespecialnite/Robin Mazzocca.
  • Rookie Champion: Loaded And Dancin & Mikki Evans, Oilville, Virginia
    • More Rookie Payouts to: Cowgirls Good Time/Heather Marks, High Road Live Load/Jillaine Villio & Baby Bluez/Kristen Dunn
  • Youth Champion: Trash Talking Tim & Hailey Jones, New Smyrna Beach, Florida


Next stop: National Reining Breeders Classic in Katy, Texas

APHA will add $3,000 just for high-placing participating Paints at the 2022 NRBC, which takes place April 19-23. APHA staff will be on site to help you register and transfer your Paint and sign up for the Chrome Cash payouts.

Chrome Cash is a special incentive program providing exclusive payouts to the highest-placing registered Paints in a specific slate of classes; it’s run as a class within a class during the competition. Learn more at apha.com/programs/chromecash. Chrome Cash paid out more than $250,000 to Paints in reining, cutting and cow horse events in 2021.

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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 in 1962. APHA promotes, preserves and provides meaningful experiences with Paint Horses.