A new rule approved by the American Paint Horse Association will allow some solid-colored horses currently only eligible for Solid Paint-Bred status to qualify for Regular Registry. White markings are not required.
A division frequently showcasing Western performance-bred bloodstock, ranch horse classes, saw significant increases in participation at the recent APHA World Show, the association reported.
A group with members from several color-based breed registries has postponed an annual seminar.
Results from the cutting classes at the 2020 APHA World Show in Fort Worth, Texas.
The American Junior Paint Horse Association (AjPHA) has selected winners of the 2020 Make Your Mark Art & Photo Contest.
The American Paint Horse Association is seeking nominations for this year’s APHA Distinguished Service Award.
Color Me Smart (PT) has always had a way of standing out in a crowd.
There was noticeably more color than usual at Fort Worth’s Will Rogers Memorial Center in September for the American Paint Horse Association World Championship. Among the newly crowned world champions were Steady Joe and rider Bud Lyon, the Junior Reining World Championship titlists. Among those riders and horses winning more than one World Championship during […]
Scientists have discovered two new equine color genes that have applications to the modern Paint Horse, the American Paint Horse Association announced.
The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) is accepting applications for the Professional Horsemen Ambassador Program, a new program that designates equine professionals to help educate and promote beginner-level exhibitors.