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ASHA Announces 2016 Breed Ambassador Award Winners



Press Release from ASHA

The American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) is pleased to announce the second annual ASHA Breed Ambassador Award winners.

The ASHA Breed Ambassador Award was designed to recognize those actively promoting the American Saddlebred throughout the year. The ASHA Breed Ambassador Award program recognizes high point winners in 13 regions (this includes the international) in three divisions: Individual Amateur, Individual Trainer, Barn, and Charter Club, as well as a World Champion and Reserve World Champion in each division. Winners are chosen by high point scores, where points are awarded for various activities that promote the American Saddlebred.

The competition year for this program is January 1-December 21. The World Champion and Reserve World Champion winners will be recognized this year at the ASHA Awards Luncheon at the UPHA Convention in New Orleans.

2016 winners include: 

Individual Amateur

World Champion: Caitlin Brannon

Reserve World Champion: Deanna Cvitanovich

Individual Professional

World Champion: Janelle D’Amato

Reserve World Champion: Kris Wallace

Barn

World Champion: Jansal Saddlebreds

Reserve World Champion: Avalon Stables

Charter Club

World Champion: American Saddlebred Association of the Carolinas

Reserve World Champion: American Saddlebred Association of Virginia

Please visit the ASHA Breed Ambassador Award program for the full list of winners, including regional winners, and for more information.

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