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American Saddlebred Annual Award Honorees Announced



The American Saddlebred Horse Association today (Jan. 4) announced its annual award winners, based on ballots tabulated from its board of directors.  Nominees for each award are received from the general membership and committee volunteers, screened by the Executive Committee of the Association, and voted on by the full board from the candidates selected.  The awards are presented at the Saddlebred Ball, to be held at Keeneland Entertainment Center, Saturday evening, February 16, 2008. More information on these awards can be found at http://www.asha.net/ASHA-Awards.

 

Honorees by award are:

 

Lifetime Achievement
Mrs. David Neil, Blythewood Farm

 

Breeders Hall of Fame Inductee
Ann Tierney Smith, Leatherwood Stud

 

Breeder of the Year, 2007
Callaway Hills Stable

 

C.J. “June” Cronan Sportsmanship
Bud Willimon

 

Mrs. Wm. P. Roth Sportsmanship
Marilyn Macfarlane

 

Meritorious Service
George and Maggie Robertson

 

Wing Commander Medals of Honor
Carter Cox
Robert H. Lewis

 

Gillenwater Family Trophy
The Wheeler Family (Keswick, Virginia)

 

Gordon Jenkins International
Martin Gueldner (Germany)

 

Frank Ogletree Youth
Kelly Hill

 

These Saddlebred ambassadors will be honored during the 2008 American Saddlebred Horse Association convention, annual meeting, and youth conference, February 14-16, 2008.  The headquarters hotel is the Embassy Suites in Lexington, Kentucky.  Links to register for the convention and make hotel reservations online are accessible by clicking here http://www.asha.net/ASHA-Annual-Meeting.




 

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