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Turn over a new leaf with the Fall 2019 Chrome

With the end of summer approaching steadily, the Fall 2019 issue of Chrome brings a new season of renewal and inspiration. Decorated with exquisite photographs and splashes of Paint Horses, the stories that lay within the Chrome’s bindings promise a taste of the quintessential comfort that the autumn season brings. They include:

  • Kristin Titov, Hobby Horse’s newest CEO, takes her own experiences from the show pen and applies them to the clothing she creates
  • U.S. Air Force Lt. Col Val Baker’s shares how her love of Paint Horses became a way to communicate with people all over the world
  • Jean Prescott—a singer, songwriter and horsewoman—combines her passions to create timeless music

In the Fall 2019 issue, you’ll also read about:

  • Mindy Tatz Chernoff’s journey to bringing her Paint Horse to a TEDx talk
  • How to achieve a smoother canter
  • An in-depth explanation of training collars for dogs and why your pooch might or might not need one
  • Six delicious recipes from international APHA members to add to your recipe book
  • The beauty of New Mexico’s Gila National Forest

You can read all this and more in the Fall 2019 issue of Chrome. Check out the Chrome website for excerpts of each article and even some web exclusives.

All current APHA members receive access to Chrome, a magazine celebrating the Western lifestyle and APHA members as unique as the Paint Horses we love—join or renew your membership today so you can take advantage of this fantastic member benefit. APHA members in North America receive a complimentary printed issue of Chrome; all members worldwide with email addresses on file receive a digital copy. Chrome is the official publication of Mule Alley in the Fort Worth Stockyards, too!

[Reprinting all or part of this news release is permitted, so long as credit is given to the Paint Horse Journal and a link provided back to apha.com.]
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 promotes, preserves and provides meaningful experiences with Paint Horses.