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Discover a story of hope with the PHJ’s July-Aug 2019 Inside Look

A series of tragedies led Heather Lott Williams and PBJ Decks Smokin Gun down a road of healing and new beginnings. By overcoming the obstacles that life threw their way, Heather and “Gunner” created a story of spirit and determination that has stirred emotion in the hearts of many. Become a witness of their incredible tale by reading the July/August 2019 issue of the Paint Horse Journal.

Not a subscriber? Take a peek at what you are missing in the latest Inside Look—a digital sample of the only magazine designed specifically for the Paint Horse community. Then, subscribe!

What you’ll find in this issue of Inside Look:

  • One FREE story—”Lean On Me”—introducing the incredible story of PBJ Decks Smokin Gun, the “Hurricane Horse”
  • APHA Executive Director Billy Smith’s “Fresh Paint” column, where he discusses the importance of the Paint Horse community’s actions.
  • ALL our colorful advertisers, classified ads and Stallion Alley

Then, open up the print copy of the July/August 2019 Paint Horse Journal to discover:

  • How to correctly identify the cause of equine weight loss
  • A breeder’s journey of traveling from Europe to the U.S.
  • An in-depth look of the best equine parasite control practices
  • How to properly use spurs with tips from three Markel/APHA Professional Horsemen
  • APHA member Carrie Ojerio’s introduction to the unique sidesaddle community
  • And so much more! Purchase, renew or extend your subscription today!
The Paint Horse Journal is your source for the most concentrated information on the Paint Horse community you love. Purchase, renew or extend your subscription today!
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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 promotes, preserves and provides meaningful experiences with Paint Horses.