Digital Paint Horse Racing
Paint Horse Racing—the only publication dedicated to Paint racing and speed events—is your go-to source for the latest information about speedy Paint Horses. From informative columns to captivating articles and photos, Paint Horse Racing targets the industry you love.
In January 2013, Paint Horse Racing made the transition to a digital publication. Delivering the latest news directly to your inbox, now you can have Paint racing information on demand, right at your fingertips. In addition to bimonthly digital magazines, subscribers also receive APHA Racing E-newsletters as well as a printed Paint Horse Racing Yearbook.
Subscriptions to the new, digital Paint Horse Racing are free, and signing up is easy. Sign up today to ensure you won't miss an issue, and tell a friend about this great publication dedicated to all things Paint racing.
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Want to advertise in the only publication dedicated to the Paint Horse racing and speed event industry? Email PHR Advertising Sales Manager LaFonda Lynch or call her at (817) 222-6429. Check out our PHR Rate Card for more details. Click here for a PowerPoint presentation full of valuable advertising information, including tons of great reasons why advertising in Paint Horse Racing is a great way to promote your horse, business or product. Remember, Paint Horse Racing is the ONLY publication dedicated to the Paint racing community.
Want to share a great story idea with the PHR staff? Email Editor Jessica Hein or call her at (817) 222-6405.
Paint Horse Racing is a proud member of American Horse Publications and the Livestock Publication Council.
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2013 PHR Yearbook
The Paint Horse Racing Yearbook celebrates
racing champions and records of 2012 and
provides a look ahead to 2013—it's your go-to source for APHA racing info all year long.
On the Cover—May 2013
The Paint Barrel Racing Incentive Program is off and running. Learn more about this great opportunity for speedy Paints inside this issue.
Photo by Abigail Boatwright