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July 6, 2016, Tulsa, Okla. - The Palomino Horse Breeders Heritage Foundation is excited to announce the public launch of palominoheritage.com, a new digital platform as exhibitors and enthusiasts prepare for the 75th Anniversary of the Palomino Horse Breeders of America celebration at the 2016 PHBA World Championship Show in Tunica, Miss. The work of the Foundation has been keenly focused on the heritage and history of the Palomino Horse, and the launch of a new digital platform not only staples the efforts, but also exemplifies the tireless efforts the Foundation is targeting to preserve history and perpetuate the opportunities for future generations.

Members, enthusiasts and alliances to the Palomino horse are more than encouraged to visit the newly designed website, palominoheritage.com to offer support, guidance and criticism as the dedicated board continues to make tremendous advancements in not only their work, but in presentation for Palomino lovers worldwide. “Passion is here, drive is here and our research has shown the hunger still exists,” said PHBHF President, Alda Buresh. “Members and Palomino lovers alike are ‘chomping at the bit’ for a look into how the Palomino Horse has been a part of the industrial revolution and they can’t wait to visit our museum with artifacts you can’t find anywhere else in the world. Our team is loaded with dedicated members who look little girls in the eyes and want to give them something to not only reflect upon, but to see new avenues where this Foundation might apply to their futures with a life filled with Palomino Horses. Its more than humbling, it almost feels so dramatic that it feels right,” added Buresh.

Palomino enthusiasts are encouraged to visit the newly designed palominoheritage.com, contact the Palomino Horse Breeders of America national headquarters or visit with their local breed association to learn more about how to include a Palomino Horse in their home. Palomino horses have a place for all horse lovers; and the Foundation constantly says the only thing missing is you.

The Palomino Horse Breeders Heritage Foundation is dedicated to preserving the past, present and future of the Palomino Horse and to those who have dedicated themselves to maintaining and perpetuating the breed. The foundation was created as a way for individuals to make contributions that are meaningful and make a positive impact on the Palomino Horse, their owners and to those who made significant sacrifices to preserve the Palomino legacy. All contributions are tax deductible through a 501(c)(3) entity.

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Palomino Horse Breeders Heritage Foundation
Media Contact

Todd Branson
Mustang, OK 73064
info@palominoheritage.com
 
  

 

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