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We are attending this years world show!
From world-class competition to recreational riding, the APHA is hosting Open/Amateur World Show. There are several events throughout the year for Paint Horse enthusiasts. Whether you want to watch Paints in action or just network with people who share your passion for Paints, we invite you to join us in Forth Worth, TX November 6 – 16.APHA Sponsored Shows
A history as colorful as the breed
The first paint horse was brought the Americas in 1519 by Spanish explorers. By the 1800′s, the West was full of wild horses sporting the colorful markings of the paint horse. The paint horse went through many registries before ending up as the American Paint Horse Association that stands today. The first registry set up to preserve the colored equines was the Pinto Association started in the 1950s. Around 1962, another group of paint enthusiasts started the American Paint Stock Horse Association (APSHA). A third association was started around the same time called the American Paint Quarter Horse Association. This association eventually merged with the American Paint Stock Horse Association in 1965. With the merger came the name American Paint Horse Association that we know today.
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