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Erin Henderson joins the Paint Horse Journal Pro Team

APHA is proud to welcome Erin Henderson of Albany, Oregon, as the newest member of the Paint Horse Journal Team for 2016.

Erin has always loved horses, but it wasn’t until she married Matt Henderson that she was able to realize her lifelong dream of showing halter horses. After falling in love with Obviously Custom Made, a 2006 chestnut overo gelding bred by her family, Erin quickly immersed herself in APHA showing.

As a member of the Turner-Henderson Show Horses team, Erin has earned numerous titles in halter competition. At the 2015 APHA World Championship Show, Erin showed My Dirty Intentions, a 2014 brown overo mare owned by Patricia Borland, to a world championship in Overo Color Class and Itsagoodnitetopartee, a 2015 bay solid gelding owned by Steven and Heather Youngberg, to a reserve world championship in Solid Paint-Bred Weanling Geldings.

Erin joins 13 fellow members of the Paint Horse Journal Pro Team:

  • Chad Christensen, Pilot Point, Texas
  • Jerm Christensen, West Point, Utah
  • Tim & Shannon Gillespie, Gainesville, Texas
  • Matt Henderson, Albany, Oregon
  • Brian Henry, Grand Junction, Colorado
  • Olin Parker, Independence, Missouri
  • Wade & Laura Spell, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Fred Tabor, Aubrey, Texas
  • Sid Thomas, Morganton, North Carolina
  • Floyd Danley, Whitesboro, Texas
  • Richard Price, Brenham, Texas

The Paint Horse Journal Pro Team recognizes top trainers who know what it takes to win and believe in the power of a consistent presence in the Paint Horse Journal. For more information about the team, visit our website.


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