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Cream of the Crop: The Best of Paint Horse Journal 2015

Looking to boost your Paint Horse know-how heading into 2016? Look no further than the Paint Horse Journal’s 2015 Free Reads. Still craving more? Subscribe or renew your subscription today to receive the only magazine in the horse industry solely focused on the Paint Horse!

January: Riding between the Lines-Know the rules to retain unchallenged Amateur status.

February: Print’s Not Dead-Simple tips to help your ad stand out from the crowd.

March: Building Good Memories-Inspired by his own Paint horse experiences, APHA President Ron Shelly hopes to provide the same opportunities for others.

April: Happy Campers-Escape, recharge and enjoy new experiences with a horse-friendly camping adventure.

May: Opt In-With new color requirement guidelines and lower fees, cropout Paints have more reasons than ever before to take advantage of APHA registration.

June: Walk on the Wild Side-Fueled by passionate horsemen, the Paint Horse breed is adding chrome to South Africa.

July: Along for the Ride-Older Amateurs are shining in the show pen with their Paint partners.

August: A Legend Among Horsemen-Against the odds, Rebecca Tyler Lockhart channeled her love of colorful stock horses to create APHA and a legacy for generations to come.

September: Building Dreams-Get insight from the experts on how to create your own Paint paradise when building your dream facility.

October: Winning Colors-Seven Paints helped their special-needs riders find success at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles.

November: Inside the Box-Limited cow horse events combine reining skills with cow sense in a Novice-friendly class.

December: Up A Notch– Trainers Josh Visser and Terry Thompson share five exercises to help boost your reining score.


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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. APHA creates and maintains programs that increase the value of American Paint Horses and enriches members’ experiences with their horses.