For fans of fast spins and flashy stops, the National Reining Horse Association’s Futurity is a holiday in and of itself. As the dust flies and the crowd roars, a few talented athletes turn heads with flashes of extra chrome. Can’t wait for this premier reining event? Crack open your November 2017 Paint Horse Journal to meet some of the top young Paints with their sights set on Oklahoma City.
Not a subscriber? No problem! Take a peek inside the PHJ with Inside Look, the digital preview edition of APHA’s flagship publication.
- One FREE story! “Center Stage” introduces readers to a few of the top Paint 3-year-old reiners gunning for the spotlight at the NRHA Futurity
- APHA Executive Director Billy Smith’s “Fresh Paint” column, which touches on the role Paints play in connecting us to others
- Candid photos from the European Paint Horse Championships—were YOU “Spotted?”
- ALL of our colorful advertisers, including leading reining stallions and trainers
- Classified ads and Stallion Alley…find your next sire or Paint prospect!
Then, open the FULL PHJ to discover even more:
- Meet the heroic Sonnys Lucky Straw, who saved his barn mates from disaster in the wake of Hurricane Harvey
- Fall in love with Raincup White Rose, a diminutive rescue filly who found a talent for spins and sliding stops
- Earn +1s on your backups in the reining pen and beyond with the help of Dell Hendricks
- Meet the “Grand Dams” of Paint reining who’ve helped put Paints at the top of the reining world
- Prevent ulcers in your hardworking reining or performance horse with the help of “Vet’s Bag”
- Dig deeper into A. General with reining judge Terry Thompson
- And so much more! Purchase, renew or extend your PHJ subscription today!
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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. Its mission is to inspire, nurture, promote and provide meaningful experiences to generations interested in preserving the versatile Paint Horse.