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ASAW Academy Show Moves To New Dates



The American Saddlebred Association of Wisconsin (ASAW) announced new dates for the ASAW Spring Premier Academy Horse Show today. The all academy horse show has moved to July 17 and 18, 2010, will be renamed the ASAW Summer Academy Horse Show and will remain at Wild Wind Equine Center in Waukesha, WI. The show hosts a variety of classes for both advanced and intermediate academy riders along with a variety of age splits for walk and trot riders as well as maiden classes for new riders. The show also offers an open pleasure class at the beginning of each performance to give instructors a chance to school their academy horses before using them for academy riders.

The show will also host qualifying classes for the new UPHA $750 Academy Equitation Challenge. Qualifying classes will be held on Saturday, July 17th between the advanced and intermediate section. First and second place riders will be eligible to show in the $750 Champion class that will be held at the November 13 and 14 Academy Horse Show at the Indian Hills Equestrian Center in Elgin, IL.

The show will again host the very popular pizza and soccer party after the Saturday afternoon performance. Riders are encouraged to stay after and enjoy the delicious pizza supplied by the Knollwood Knockouts Youth Group and partake in the "oversized" soccer game held in the indoor arena. Anyone who witnessed the match last year will tell you it is a game you will not want to miss!

For more information contact Nancy Turner at 262-719-3753 or by email: ntkfltd@gmail.com.

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