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Entries Open For Appaloosa Nationals and Youth World Show

Entries Open For Appaloosa Nationals and Youth World Show

Taking Entries Now! New Location, New Facility Rules! Please read Premium Book carefully before submitting entries or stall reservations.

Apply by June 30th For APHA Fall Internship Program

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Apply by June 30th For APHA Fall Internship Program

Think you’ll be the designated coffee fetcher? Think again! You’ll be a bonafide member of the team and produce professional-quality work, while also helping the association grow. Plus, you’ll get to help plan and execute the premier edition of APHA’s exciting new fall show—the Lonestar Gathering, not to mention getting to meet and mingle with top horses and riders in the Paint community at the event.

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EC Photo of the Day- Then and Now- Rachel Lexon

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EC Photo of the Day- Then and Now- Rachel Lexon

“Rachel Lexon with Sonny’s Deluxe Day, aka ‘Alvin.’ He supported her from small fry classes to the Congress, with many Circuit Championships and wins during his career. He retired this spring and recently passed away at the age of 22. He was known across the USA as the little chestnut with the roached mane.” If […]

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EC Photo of the Day- Then and Now- Spencer Hardin

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EC Photo of the Day- Then and Now- Spencer Hardin

“Here is Spencer Hardin and Zipit Martha Stewart celebrating their first big win at the 2016 Central Novice Championships in 13 and under Western Pleasure after many successful years showing together. Now, ‘Leona’ is living the retirement life and taking on a new job as superstar mom to this filly by Certainly A Vision.” If […]

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AQHA Trail and VRH Ranch Trail Modifications Update

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AQHA Trail and VRH Ranch Trail Modifications Update

If a show is held in an area impacted by COVID-related regulations that would prevent the use of these frequently touched obstacles, then the waiver is still permitted. The gate and drag obstacle may not be omitted for any other reason. 

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2021 AjPHA Make Your Mark Art & Photo Contest Winners Selected

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2021 AjPHA Make Your Mark Art & Photo Contest Winners Selected

APHA is excited to announce the winners of the of the annual Make Your Mark Art & Photo Contest! After receiving dozens of submissions and carefully deliberating over who this year’s victors would be, it is with great honor that APHA crowns the 2021 winners. This year’s contest featured two age divisions—13 & Under and 14–18—and encouraged Youth members to submit artwork featuring an American Paint Horse. This round of entries featured some of our favorite pieces yet, and we are lucky to have such talented Youth members.

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Palm Desert Quarter Horses Announces Closing Their Doors

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Palm Desert Quarter Horses Announces Closing Their Doors

“There comes a time to re-prioritize our lives and spend more time with family- to literally ‘hang up our spurs.’ We will be closing shop soon, with the NSBA World Show being our final goodbye as horse trainers. We will stay active in the industry with Keith continuing to judge and by investing in futurity horses with Mark eventually returning to the arena as an Amateur/Non-Pro in a few years.”

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In Loving Memory of Tracy Schultz, WSPHC Announces the Tracy Shultz Sportsmanship Award

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In Loving Memory of Tracy Schultz, WSPHC Announces the Tracy Shultz Sportsmanship Award

Tracy Lee Copeland was born on May 3, 1964 in Sacramento, California to Janice (Akins) and John Copeland. Growing up, Tracy would live in Salinas, California and she would graduate from Salinas High School. Showing incredible intelligence, aptitude, and kindness to others, Tracy would attend Sonoma State University and earn her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree […]

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Sugar and Hoof Health

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Sugar and Hoof Health

Sugar phobia has reached a point where virtually any problem with a horse’s hooves may be blamed on sugar. From thrush to weak laminar connections, sugar is blamed. This often comes with stories of how horses have improved once the diet was changed. However, sugar is rarely the culprit here. Many different problems cause quality issues in hooves but most have nothing to do with sugar.

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Results and Photos From IQHA State Show

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Results and Photos From IQHA State Show

By: Brittany Bevis The Indiana Quarter Horse State Show was held in sunny Newcastle, Indiana, at the well-appointed Henry Saddle Club grounds on June 10-13. Judges were Jeff Greaves, Kelley Wainscott, Kelly Smith, and Tanya Green. The event was AQHA, NSBA, IQHA, and IKI approved, and many AQHA competitors utilized the four-day show to warm up […]

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