October 26, 2012
Sam Smith shows Chicsdundreamin, a 2007 palomino gelding, to the junior reining title at the 2011 AQHA World Show. (Journal photo)
In today’s horse market, breeders can’t afford to miss any opportunity to increase the value of their horses. With that in mind, bring your Palomino Horse Breeders of America paperwork to the PHBA booth at the American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. Regardless of the horse’s age, it’s only $35 to register the palomino with PHBA. Representatives will be on hand November 2-4, November 8-11 and again November 14-19 in Oklahoma City.
PHBA provides recreational, financial and competitive rewards for every age group and classes for novice, amateur, youth and open competitors. Classes range from halter to jumping, horsemanship to driving, cutting to saddle seat, pole bending to reining, parade horse and barrel racing. Plus, there are opportunities for trail riders and youth, as well as incentives for stallion owners.
If you already own a palomino, you’ll want to take advantage of the family oriented atmosphere and the chance to enjoy your horse in a wide array of events. And if you’re a breeder, registering with PHBA is an inexpensive investment to add value to your palomino horses; the demand for dual-registered horses continues to grow.
Download the PHBA registration form to get the process started, and be sure to bring the form with you November 2-4, November 8-11 or November 14-19 to the AQHA World Show in Oklahoma City.
For more information on registering your palomino with PHBA or how your dual-registered horse increases the potential opportunities you have with your horse, call the Palomino Horse Breeders of America at (918) 438-1234.