The South Central Paint Horse Championship brought Paints from all corners of Zone 4 to Waco, Texas, May 28–30 to compete for great prizes and enjoy a weekend of camaraderie with their fellow Paint lovers.
In order to compete at the South Central Paint Horse Championship, exhibitors and horse owners must reside in Zone 4–which includes New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas–and meet other eligibility requirements. APHA sponsored awards for up to 15 Paint Horse Championship classes, with the show selecting 17 specific events to offer.
Congratulations to the following Paints and their connections:
- Amateur Hunter Under Saddle: BR Gallant Scribbles, exhibited by Kasey Herzog
- Amateur Equitation: Gunna Take A Lot, exhibited by Elizabeth Robertson
- Open Hunter Under Saddle: Rockstar Special, exhibited by Brock Washburn
- Amateur Trail: A Little Calico Zip, exhibited by Karen (Farmer) White
- Open Trail: Slightly Fancy, exhibited by Brock Washburn
- Amateur Stallions: The Scintillating Kid, exhibited by Gordon Harrison Bozant
- Youth Geldings: Totally Cool Kid, exhibited by Reagan Watson
- Amateur Geldings: Totally Cool Kid, exhibited by Edwin Baxley
- Youth Mares: Tardy Town Chica, exhibited by Shane Burch
- Amateur Mares: Tardy Town Chica, exhibited by Edwin Baxley
- Youth Showmanship: Zip Designed Me, exhibited by Kathryn M Cardenas
- Amateur Showmanship: A Little Calico Zip, exhibited by Karen (Farmer) White
- Youth Horsemanship: Chexs Blue EyedAffair, exhibited by Sabine Lazo
- Amateur Horsemanship: Imprints Custom Made, exhibited by Katie Joray
- Youth Western Pleasure: Invite Me Twice, exhibited by Kimberlyn Crisp
- Amateur Western Pleasure: HereComesHoneyBooBoo, exhibited by Katherine Joos
- Open Western Pleasure: Rockstar Special, exhibited by Lisa M Stajduha
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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 creates and maintains programs that increase the value of American Paint Horses and enriches members’ experiences with their horses.