Cheers and (happy) tears were plentiful at the inaugural APHA Eastern National Championship held March 22–24 in Lexington, Virginia. Designed to bring the prestige of a top-level breed show closer to home for Paint lovers in the area, the show combined excitement, competition and camaraderie to welcome exhibitors as they chased big dreams. The Paint Horse Journal caught all the action, and readers can relive the magic in the May/June Journal’s feature article “Showtime.” Not a subscriber? Open up the digital preview of the Journal—Inside Look—to check it out!
In this month’s Inside Look you’ll find…
- One FREE article: Eastern National Championship Show recap and Top 10 winners
- APHA Executive Director Billy Smith’s Fresh Paint column on visionary disruption and APHA’s goal for “destination events.”
- Veterinary insight into the causes and treatment for cloudy eyes
- An updated list of 2019 Breeders’ Trust-subscribed stallions
- ALL our colorful advertisers, including your first peek at APHA Youth World Championship exhibitors
- Stallion alley and classified ads for all your equine needs
Then, pick up your print copy of the May/June Journal to find…
- Causes and fixes for three common hoof ailments
- Insights on the association’s future in the Journal’s APHA Convention report
- How one APHA member is transforming lives by providing equine therapy for substance-use disorders
- The secrets to breeding success for APHA Top 10 stallion owner Fischer Farms
- Four ways to be a part of APHA’s move to the world-famous Fort Worth Stockyards
- And so much more! Purchase, renew or extend your Journal subscription today!
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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 promotes, preserves and provides meaningful experiences with Paint Horses.