There’s nothing more exciting than setting off on the road with your Paint in tow, but your fun road trip can turn into a huge expense—or worse—if you’re not properly prepared with the necessary documents to travel across state lines.
But what do you need to bring to avoid costly fines and tickets? How often do those pesky health papers need updated? Do trophies count as compensation? Get the facts—and your travel binder in order—in this month’s FREE story by the Paint Horse Journal, available in the digital Inside Look edition.
Check out the October Inside Look today!
Read the digital Inside Look edition of the Journal to find:
- One FREE story: Crossing the (State) Line
- APHA Executive Director Billy Smith’s “Fresh Paint” column, which talks Paint industry growth across key platforms
- SPOTTED images from the World Wide Paint Horse Congress and Cowtown Fence & Boxing Challenge
- ALL our colorful advertisers, including a bevy of cowhorse stallions and farms
- Stallion Alley and classified ads—the perfect place to find your next Paint prospect!
Crack open the full Paint Horse Journal to read even more great stories like:
- How major cutting horse breeder Alvin Fults got a colorful introduction to the sport aboard Smart N Jazzy.
- Tips to determine the best form of retirement for your aging partner
- A beginner’s guide to discovering all there is to know about a horse’s home
- How to introduce your horse to romel reins and properly use this traditional piece of gear
- How fate brought Crystal Christman and THC Lynard together on the rodeo road
- And so much more! Purchase, renew or extend your Paint Horse Journal subscription 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. Its mission is to inspire, nurture, promote and provide meaningful experiences to generations interested in preserving the versatile Paint Horse.