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All American Classic Announces Judges and Title Sponsor

The All  American Horse Classic is pleased to announce WALL STREET DAIRY, Sherman, New York as title sponsors.  This Western New York dairy operation is known for its "Hard-working, high-class cows".  Learn more about WALL STREET DAIRY at

Wall Street Dairy proprietors Jeff Winton and Jim Modica relocated to Indiana.  It was then that they purchased their first American Saddlebred.  In addition to dairy cattle and Saddlebreds, they raise and show champion Whippets and Greyhounds.  Ch. Classic Field of Dreams, S.C was the 2008 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Best of Breed.

The 2013 All American Horse Classic Premium Books are now available on line at

 www.allamericanhorse .  Entry Blanks and Box Seats forms are also available.  We're going "green" again this year. Most of our exhibitors will not receive a prize list through the USPS mail but they will receive a complete 2013 prize list, forms, and entry blanks via email. For those who do not have email access, prize lists will be sent postal by request only.  Entries close July 26, 2013.  Post entries are accepted.

Show Manager Steve Kildow is pleased to announce the judges for the 2013 All American Horse Classic to be held at the INDIANA STATE FAIRGROUNDS, September 3-7, 2013.  Judging the American Saddlebred,  American Saddlebred Registry Sweepstakes, All American Cup and Open English Pleasure will be Paul Boone, Clark Clouse and Michael Craghead.  UPHA Challenge Cup Championships will be judged by Michael Craghead, Jimmy Robertson and Barbe Smith.  Michael Craghead will officiate in the Saddle Seat Equitation division.

 Chris Gantley will judge the Hackney Ponies, Hackney Horses, and AHHS National Breeders' Futurity.  The Hoosier Hackney Futurity and Carriages will be judged by Jimmy Robertson.  

Roadsters will be judges by Paul Boone, Chris Gantley and Jimmy Robertson.

Complete show information is available at

AAHC contacts are Judy McManama- Show Secretary 765-773-3931, email  and Steve Kildow - Show Manager 765-620-5779, email

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