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ASHA 2016 Competition Recordings



All American Saddlebred horse shows are encouraged to record their 2016 competitions with the American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA).

All competitions must be recorded with the ASHA in order for exhibitors to earn qualifying points for the Kentucky State Fair World's Championship Horse Show (WCHS) in 2016 and 2016 ASHA High Point Awards. The ASHA Competition Registration Form must be received by the ASHA at least two weeks prior to your show’s dates (the earlier the better). If results are to be counted for WCHS qualifying, exceptions must be approved by WCHS management. Benefits to registering your competition with the ASHA include:

  • Your exhibitors’ results will count toward qualifying for the Kentucky State Fair’s World’s Championship Horse Show and/or ASHA High Point Awards.
  • Results will be included on the individual horses' competition records on the ASHA Web site.
  • Free listing in the Competition Calendar on the ASHA Web site.

Results must be submitted to the ASHA within ten (10) days of the last day of the competition.

Results should include:

  1. Complete class listings that include all names of horses with the American Saddlebred registration #s, shown and judged, not just ribbon winners.
  2. Names and ASHA Membership #s of all owners and riders/drivers/handlers.

For non-USEF shows, the results must be submitted in Excel template (download file).

Please complete and return the ASHA Competition Registration Form* to the ASHA office by mail to

ASHA
Competitions
4083 Iron Works Parkway
Lexington, KY 40511

by fax (859) 259-1627 or by email competitions@asha.net. For questions, please call (859) 259-2742.

*Rules and Regulations are applied as stated on the form.

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