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All American Horse Classic Makes Announcement



All American Horse Classic Show Manager, Steve Kildow made the following announcements regarding the upcoming  All American Horse Classic (September 2-6, 2014) Horse Show held in Indianapolis, Indiana.  The All American Horse Classic is one of the crown jewels of the Saddlebred and Hackney shows in the United States.  The AAHC is known for its tradition of hosting major national events.   In 2014, the AAHC hosts the ASR Sweepstakes for Two and Three Year Olds, All American Cup for Weanlings and Three Year Olds, UPHA Challenge Cup Championships, National Pleasure Equitation Olympics Championships,  American Hackney Horse Society National Breeders' Futurity, and American Hackney Horse Society Limited Breeders Sweepstakes for Weanlings and Three Year Olds.

The newly renovated Indiana State Fair Coliseum is completed and ready for competition.  Exhibitors will see many traditional features of the coliseum, along with some outstanding new amenities.  The "Big Ring" returns..
As a result of exhibitor and trainer requests, the following two additional classes have been added.  The ASHA Junior Exhibitor Driving Challenge Country Pleasure and ASHS Driving Junior Exhibitor Driving Challenge Show Pleasure.  This will provide Junior Exhibitors another opportunity to qualify for the finals. 

The UPHA Adult Challenge Cup class (Class 152) has been designated as a qualifying class for the 2015 championship.

The Judging panel for the American Hackney Horse Society Limited Breeders Sweepstakes classes will be Chris Gantley, Josh Greer and Kent Swalla.

The Judging panel for the UPHA Challenge Cup Classes is Kathy Boggs, Gary Garone, and Kent Swalla
For additional information contact Judy McManama-Show Secretary 317-773-3931 or judymack26@gmail.com or Steve Kildow-Show manager 765-620-5779 or srkfarm@indy.net

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