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Schneiders Saddlery joins APHA as 2017 World Show Sponsor

APHA is pleased to welcome Schneiders Saddlery as a 2017 World Show sponsor. Through their sponsorship, Schneiders will provide a variety of awards, including embroidered items, for the 2017 APHA year-end awards program, the 2017 AjPHA Youth World Championship Show and the Paint Alternative Competition program.

Founded in 1948 by Milton Schneider, Schneiders Saddlery has long been known for its love of the equestrian industry, which fuels the company’s dedication to value, product quality, customer service and innovation. In order to better serve their equestrian clientele, Schneiders is committed to providing quality products they need at the lowest prices coupled with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. Schneiders is home to an up-to-date selection of horse supplies, and they work to meet the needs of all equestrian disciplines.

Schneiders’ reputation has extended far and wide within the equine industry.

“Schneiders Saddlery has been a long-time staple in the horse industry when it comes to horse wear, supplies and beautiful-yet-useful awards,” Director of Youth & Awards Christine Henry said. “I was really excited to expand our award slates for events and programs with Schneiders’ family of products. I think our membership will love these items.”

The Schneiders Saddlery team is also excited about the sponsorship.

“We love the opportunity to give back to the equestrian industry while providing our customers with the quality products they need,” Schneiders Merchandising Manager Jamie Davis said. “The World Show is one of our favorite places to be because we are able to meet our customers face-to-face and learn how we can better serve them.”

The 2017 AjPHA Youth World Championship Show takes place June 26–July 8 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Spectators can enjoy watching some of the best Paint Horses in the world vie for top titles or peruse the World of Color Gift Show for gifts and equine products from APHA sponsors and other vendors.

For more information about Schneiders, go to sstack.com. To learn about APHA’s World Championship Shows, check out apha.com/ywcs and apha.com/oawcs.


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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.