Miles of Smiles Trail Program

The Miles of Smiles Trail Program is a trail mileage program designed to log trail mileage for APFHA horse and rider lifetime mileage titles and compete for annual achievement awards.

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The Miles of Smiles Trail Program is a trail mileage program designed to log trail mileage for APFHA horse and rider lifetime mileage titles and compete for annual achievement awards.  The program is only available to APFHA registered horses and members.
 
The APFHA Miles of Smiles Trail Program is administered through Top Trail, and will be subject to, eligibility of, and adherence to, Top Trail terms of use and rules and The American Paso Fino Horse Association rules and bylaws.  The program begins the 1st day of January 12:00 am CST and ends December 31st at 11:59 pm CST each year.

Read the full program rules and description online brochure below.

 Javier and Rosa Viviana Triana of Affordable Equine  Suppliers


A family tradition

Javier's love of the breed,  and understanding of Paso Fino tack is built on a strong foundation,  His family have been around Paso Fino and Trocha horses for almost 85 years. "My family by my grandmother last name Madrid open a talabarteria in 1980 in Armenia, Colombia" explains Javier.
He tells us "I have been around Pasos all my life".  Then my love for the Paso Fino grew when I purchase a Paso under name of Heraldo de Guadalupe. We became one and since then it has been the love of my life. In 2013 Affordable Equine Suppliers was born. My wife and I Rosa Viviana Triana. Came up with a business that can make Paso Fino tack and equine supplies affordable for everyone.  To be able to get the best quality of pasofino tack at affordable prices.

Javier had this to say about sponsoring APFHA's Miles of Smiles trail program... “Affordable Equine Suppliers is honored to be a sponsor of the APFHA Miles of Smiles Trail Program.  We wish to help showcase the versatility of the Paso Fino breed by promoting and rewarding its abilities on the trail.”