Sabine Lazo is on a mission. As the 2018–2019 AjPHA President, the Caldwell, Texas, equestrienne is leveraging her years of leadership and volunteerism to spearhead her “Color the Community” presidential service project. This project is focused on rewarding AjPHA Youth for participating in community service, both at horse shows and in their communities.
Get to know this inspiring young horsewoman and learn how you can help the AjPHA reach their service goals in the September/October issue of the Paint Horse Journal. Not a subscriber? Open up the digital preview of the Journal—Inside Look—to meet the new president!
In this month’s Inside Look you’ll find…
- One FREE article: Meet AjPHA President Sabine Lazo
- APHA Executive Director Billy Smith’s Fresh Paint column that extends an exciting invitation to all Paint lovers
- Candid photos from the APHA Youth World Championship Show
- ALL our colorful advertisers, including World Show competitors and Youth World Show champions.
- Stallion Alley and classified ads for all your equine needs
Then, pick up your print copy of the September/October Journal to find…
- Coverage of the APHA Youth World Championship Show
- A how-to guide for understanding your horse’s genetic report card
- Fitting tips—for both horse and rider—from the pros who know saddles best
- And so much more! Purchase, renew or extend your Journal subscription today!
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