What you’ll find in the January 2016 Inside Look
- One FREE read: “The Color Inside: Part 1,” a primer on what’s known and what’s yet to be discovered when it comes to Paint genetics.
- APHA Exectutive Director Billy Smith’s “Fresh Paint” column, which reviews the growth of the APHA World Championship Show.
- FULL class results from the 2015 APHA World Championship Show.
- ALL of our colorful advertisers, including those celebrating their World Show success.
- Stallion Alley and PHJ Classifieds to help you find your next sire or show prospect
Get MORE in the full-length print Paint Horse Journal:
- Go behind the scenes of the APHA World Show to meet unique exhibitors and discover the keys to the success of our all-around and high-point winners.
- Meet Paint Horse breeders who have spent 50 years dedicated to raising colorful foals.
- Take the advice of fellow AjPHA exhibitors in “Sink or Swim” as you prepare to make the leap from Novice Youth to Youth classes.
- Use the steering exercises in “Daisy Chain” to shake up your riding routine and guide your Paint in the winning direction.
- Get familiar with the APHA Rule Book with simple steps to rule navigation in “Arm Yourself.”
- Put your showmanship skills to the test with tips from “The Game Plan” column.
- And much more! Subscribe to get the full Paint Horse Journal experience 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.