Appaloosa Horse Club Forms Alliance with the AAEP

The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) is proud to announce its new partnership forged with the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), the world’s largest association of equine veterinarians with nearly 9,000 members.

The newfound alliance promises to provide equine enthusiasts the most up-to-date veterinarian information available. The coalition will offer more avenues to information regarding equine health, which will not only benefit Appaloosa owners, but also horse owners across the breed spectrum.

ApHC members and non-members will have 24-hour access to articles written by veterinarian professionals regarding the latest health topics via, and the print version of the Appaloosa Journal. The benefits of such a partnership will continue to build in 2008, as the Appaloosa Journal will begin featuring editorial content provided by the AAEP.

In addition to full-length feature articles, the AAEP will also be providing brochures to further educate ApHC members and non-members alike. The educational brochures promise to offer a wealth of information, as they are prepared in conjunction with the AAEP’s educational partners, which include leading corporations in the equine health industry.

The partnership goes beyond the printed word, as the AAEP will provide veterinarian lecturers at ApHC events, including the Youth World/National Show in Oklahoma City, Okla. and the World Championship Show in Fort Worth, Texas. Seminars featuring AAEP speakers will be held during the course of the events on show grounds. The seminars are free and open to the public. Information regarding the lectures will soon be made available on the ApHC Web site. The ApHC and the Appaloosa Journal Web sites will soon feature links to, the official AAEP equine health Web site, which offers a database of articles stretching the gamut of horse health issues.

The ApHC is the newest addition to the AAEP Alliance Partner Program, which includes the United States Dressage Federation, the American Quarter Horse Association, the Arabian Horse Association, the United States Equestrian Federation and the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association.

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