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Prep for all seasons with the Paint Horse Journal’s weather guide

Every season of horse ownership comes with challenges: winter brings frozen pipes, spring has muddy fields, summer scorches pastures dry and autumn’s mood swings keep you constantly guessing. When weather woes get you down, pick up the December 2017 Paint Horse Journal and flip to “Seasonal Solutions,” a handy guide to common troubles in every season!

Not a Journal subscriber yet? No problem! Take a peek inside this community-leading magazine with Inside Look, our free digital preview program!


Within Inside Look you’ll find:

  • One FREE story: “Seasonal Solutions” to help you manage your horses whatever the weather
  • “Fresh Paint,” APHA Executive Director Billy Smith’s monthly column, which spotlights a key moment in the APHA World Championship Show’s inaugural Performance Halter Geldings class.
  • “Spotted:” see your friends from the APHA World Championship Show!
  • All of our colorful advertisers, including celebrations of victory from the World Show.
  • Stallion Alley and classified ads—find your next show-stopper here!

Then, pick up your Paint Horse Journal to find: 

  • Complete coverage of the unforgettable 2017 APHA World Championship Show.
  • Training tips to get big results when working in small spaces.
  • The final chapter in “Horsemastership,” which teaches young horse lovers about preparing to ride their Paint safely.
  • Insight from APHA Director of Judges Dave Dellin about how the association keeps judges accountable for their work.
  • A spotlight on member Sharon Witherspoon, who rode through the heartbreak to honor her mother’s memory.
  • And so much more! Purchase, renew or extend your subscription today! 


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About APHA
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.