Head’s up, APHA speed horse exhibitors: the AjPHA Youth World Championship Show can be a great place to market a Paint Horse you have for sale. From spectators to exhibitors and even enthusiasts from other breeds, the Youth World Show—June 28-July 5 in Fort Worth, in conjunction with the NSBA Color of Money Show June 23-26—gives you access to potential buyers looking for their next world champion. This year, it’s even easier to advertise your horse—even during his competition classes—with APHA’s Sale Seal program.
For a $100 donation to the American Paint Horse Foundation, you can promote your horse for sale every time he competes. An eye-catching gold seal affixed to your horse’s exhibitor number will indicate he’s for sale and help catch the attention of potential buyers.
APHA Sale Seals are only available at the APHA Show office or MemberCare Booth—both are located in the Richardson-Bass Building. As a free bonus, you’ll receive complimentary lamination of your exhibitor numbers when you purchase an APHA sale seal.
The sale seal is a perfect complement to your Paint Horse Journal advertisement, poster, scoreboard videos and other traditional sale methods. As a bonus, it helps fund Youth scholarships.
Make plans to take advantage of this great opportunity to showcase your talented Paint Horse in front of a myriad of potential buyers (and don’t forget the live video feed viewers at home, too!). For more information, stop by the APHA Show Office or MemberCare Booth at the show, or contact APHF Coordinator Jan Anderson at (817) 222-6414 or at [email protected].
Speed events and roping kick off the show:
Saturday, June 28
Pole Bending (13 & Under, 14-18, Novice Youth)
Hopes & Dreams Pole Bending & Barrel Racing Sweepstakes
Roping (breakaway, heading, heeling, steer stopping)
Goat Tying (13 & Under, 14-18, Novice Youth)
Sunday, June 29
Barrel Racing (13 & Under, 14-18, Novice Youth)
Stake Race (13 & Under, 14-18, Novice Youth)
Remember, there is no qualifying required for the AjPHA Youth World Championship Show. Entries are accepted until 5 p.m. the day before the class takes place. For more information about the Youth World Championship Show, including entry forms and the premium book, visit apha.com/ywcs. Need more reasons to enter the Youth World Show—check them out on apha.com.
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.