APHA publications brought home a total of 11 awards from the 2019 American Horse Publications Equine Media Awards, which took place on June 1 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The award ceremony honored top equine magazines from around the world for materials published in 2018, with APHA’s publications corralling three championships for writing and design.
With a total of 707 entries in 62 categories, the Paint Horse Journal was awarded in six different categories and Chrome was awarded in five.
Full results from the ceremony are as follows:
- Feature Single Article—“A Matter of Black and White,” Spring 2018 Chrome, written by Mark Bedor
- Publication Cover Page—Winter 2018 Chrome, designed by Art Vasquez and photographed by Scott Womack
- Instructional Single Article—“Rock the Rollback,” November 2018 Paint Horse Journal, written by Andrea Fappani, with Rachel Florman
- Personal Column Single Article—“Paint in the City,” Fall 2018 Chrome, written by Raquel Lynn
- Personality Profile Single Article—“The Gift of Giving,” Spring 2018 Chrome, written by Rachel Florman
- Editorial Design—“Pure Adrenaline,” Winter 2018 Chrome, designed by Jody Johnson
- Horse Care Single Article—“Tending to Tendons,” November 2018 Paint Horse Journal, written by Allison Armstrong Rehnborg
- Publication Cover Page—“Color Wonder,” January 2018 Paint Horse Journal, designed by Art Vasquez and photographed by Holley Underhill
- Service to the Consumer Single Article—“Reading Between the Lines,” September/October 2018 Paint Horse Journal, written by Jessica Hein
- Feature Single Article—“400 & Counting,” January 2018 Paint Horse Journal, written by Jessica Hein
- Editorial Design—“Finding the Perfect Fit,” September/October 2018 Paint Horse Journal, designed by Art Vasquez
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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 in 1962. APHA’s mission is to inspire, nurture, promote and provide meaningful experiences to generations interested in preserving the versatile Paint Horse.