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ASHA Membership: The Benefits are yours!



Editor's note: Press Release from ASHA

The American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA), is pleased to present the perfect membership for you, the passionate American Saddlebred enthusiast. ??

With adult memberships, as low as $40/membership year, the savings from our partners can pay for your membership in no time at all.

ASHA is proud to partner with Alamo Rental Car, National Rental Car, the Kentucky Horse Park, the Kentucky Horse Council, Choice Hotels, and Southern States to offer you the discounts you need most. Other discounts include special member-only pricing on American Saddlebred Registry (ASR) registrations and transfers.??

Additionally, Life, Contributing, Senior Competing, Charter Club, Special Junior, Youth Club, and Junior  ASHA members are immediately enrolled in the many awards programs that the Association offers, including the High Point, State and National Pleasure, and Sport Horse Awards, among others. ??

As a member of the ASHA, your voice matters. Your membership gives you the opportunity to serve as an ASHA Board Member, serve on ASHA committees, and vote at the ASHA Annual Meeting. ??All ASHA members have the opportunity to access the complete American Saddlebred pedigree and show record database, search members, businesses, stables, and lesson programs, and access the online show calendar and the bounty of American Saddlebred promotional materials available. Each ASHA adult member also receives the Journal of the American Saddlebred annually, a resource important to every American Saddlebred enthusiast.

To renew or to become an ASHA Member immediately, visit www.asha.net. 

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