The 2017 APHA Convention resulted in a new opportunity for solid Paint-bred horses to earn for Regular Registry status. Excited? We thought so. Discover more about the changes to RG-070, what horses qualify and what it means for breeders in this month’s FREE story, “Color Me Paint,” in the Paint Horse Journal’s May 2017 Inside Look.
May is also fashion month in the PHJ, so you’ll also find your favorite new wardrobe staples by perusing the colorful pages of advertisers and fashion guide.
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- All of our colorful advertisers—including a plethora of stylish vendors for all your work and show needs
- One FREE story: “Color Me Paint,” a rundown of need-to-know info about RG-070.E
- Billy Smith’s “Fresh Paint” column on APHA’s efforts to increase color through genetics
- Stallion Alley and Classified ads to help you find your next Paint Horse
Pick up a full copy of the PHJ to read:
- APHA judge Lisa Ligon’s advice for hunter turnout
- “Vet’s Bag” tips on preventing damage via sun exposure
- How APHA member Katrina Pappas made her dreams come true through a decade of saving
- “College Colors,” which celebrates the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association and its most colorful members
- How APHA’s Convention led to big improvements for future years
- Tips from trainer Robin Frid to help your Paint excel through lope-over obstacles
- And so much more! Subscribe, renew or extend today!
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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 in 1962. APHA creates and maintains programs that increase the value of American Paint Horses and enriches members’ experiences with their horses.