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South Texas Tack joins APHA corporate partner herd

APHA is pleased to welcome South Texas Tack as an official Corporate Partner in 2017. A one-stop shop for all the horsemen’s needs, the Brenham, Texas-based South Texas Tack has been helping customers outfit themselves and their horses since 2003.

As a corporate-level partner, South Texas Tack will sponsor the APHA’s two annual World Shows by providing awards to top-placing Youth, Amateur, and Open competitors in 2017. The company will also provide awards for the 2017 Year-End Program.

Established due to the overwhelming demand for equine gear in South Central Texas, South Texas Tack has become known for their wide variety of products as well as their reputation for carrying hard-to-find sizes. Many items are South Texas Tack-exclusives, including saddles, belts, shirts, jeans, cowboy boots, work boots, custom boots, winter blankets, ropes and headstalls.

“We pride ourselves on the quality of the merchandise we provide to our horsemen,” South Texas Tack owner Steve Martin said. “We believe the relationship we’ve made with APHA will be a good one, and we appreciate the opportunity to sponsor the association.”

Christine Henry, APHA Director of Youth and Awards, agrees.

“South Texas Tack has been known for their outstanding products. We and our members love the dedication to quality and value that South Texas Tack takes with their products, and we are excited about this new partnership,” she said.

To learn more about South Texas Tack, visit southtexastack.com.



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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.