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ASHA of NJ Banquet and Awards Celebration



The ASHA of NJ Banquet and Awards celebration was held on January 20th at the Beaver Brook Country Club in Flemington, NJ. The banquet was very well attended with members from each of the regional barns. During a delicious buffet luncheon horses and riders were presented with awards from ASHA of NJ, ASHA State Pleasure Horse Division and ASHA Regional/National High Point Division. In addition World and National Champions were recognized for their achievements.

After the awards Jessie Richardson as Chair of the Jersey Classic Horse Show Committee discussed the importance of our local and regional shows in grooming new riders and horses while exposing attendees to all the sport has to offer.  She stressed how these shows are the foundation of our industry and the cornerstone for the perpetuation of future equestrians. Sponsorship and attendance was strongly encouraged to ensure the continued success of our chapter’s show.

Throughout the banquet various fundraisers included a Chinese auction that included a variety of baskets and gifts, a 50/50 raffle, and a live auction for top-label purses, custom horse prints, weeks of horse camp, and opportunities to ride a top show horse. All proceeds will go toward the Jersey Classic Horse Show that will be held June 8th  & 9th at the Horse Park of NJ. We hope to see everyone there!

Congratulations to all ASHA of NJ Winners and Good Luck to All in 2013!

Award Recipients 2012

5 Gaited Open: 1-Tornaados Tempest; 2-CH 5 O’Clock; 3-Our Sonflower

5 Gaited Amateur: 1-Tornaados Tempest; 2-Top Dawg

5 Gaited Jr. Exhibitor: 1-Our Sonflower; 2-CH Heirrison Ford

3 Gaited Open: 1-Revel; 2-Famous Kiss

3 Gaited Amateur: 1-ReEnergized; 2-Famous Kiss

Fine Harness Open & Amateur: Follow the Sun

Park Open: 1-CH Sue Me; 2-Bluebonnets Great Scott; 3-All Foxed Up

Park Amateur: 1-The Mansion; 2-Ryan’s Wish; 3-bluebonnets Great Scott

Park Jr Exhibitor: CH He’s a Royal Pepper

Park Pleasure Open: 1-The Fabulous Truth; 2-CH He’s a Royal Pepper

5 Gaited Show Pleasure Adult: Finisterres Twenty-One Guns

5 Gaited Show Pleasure Jr. Exhibitor: Novella

3 Gaited Show Pleasure Adult: 1-CH Gone Platinum; 2-CH My Dakota; 3-Go For Glory

3 Gaited Show Pleasure Jr. Exhibitor: 1-CH New York Entertainer; 2-Daddy-O; 3-Holy Water

3 Gaited Show Pleasure Driving: CH Gone Platinum

3 Gaited Country Pleasure Adult: 1-George Clooney; 2-Winsdown Baccarat; 3-CH Prince of the Day

3 Gaited Country Pleasure Jr. Exhibitor: 1-Sunshine & Summertime; 2-Windy Hill Super Star

Western Country Pleasure: 1-CH I’m Goin Out Tonight; 2-Happy 75th; 3-Winsdown Baccarat

Country Pleasure Driving: 1-Winsdown Baccarat; 2-CH Callaways Royal Request

Open/Opportunity Pleasure Saddleseat: 1-Windy Hill Super Star; 2-CH Callaway Coraleen; 3-         Finisterres Twenty-one Guns

Open/Opportunity Pleasure Western: 1-CH I’m Goin Out Tonight; 2-Happy 75th

Walk & Trot Pleasure: 1-Executive Search; 2-Windy Hill Super Star; 3-John Glenn

Hackney/Harness/Pleasure Pony: Seamair Dear Sir

Hackney Roadster Pony: CH Heartland Victory Maker

Saddle Seat Equitation Adult: 1-Maureen Bentley; 2-Sherrill Ducharme

Saddle Seat Equitation Jr. Exhibitor: 1-Theresa Scott; 2-Ally McHugh; 3-Hallie Ricci

Walk & Trot Equitation: 1-Jordan Ferrier; 2-Emily Vicari; 3-Gillian Kramlick

Academy W/T/C 14 & under: 1-Camryn Fedeli; 2-Maggie O’Connell; 3-Lily Cortelyou

Academy W/T 11-14; Leo Melancon

Academy w/T 10 7 under: 1-Ava Musolino; 2-Courtney Kramlick; 3-Camille Ricci

Academy First Year: 1-Gina Pansari; 2-Case kobylski; 3-Madison Kobylski

Leadline: 1-Lana Kimmel; 2-Aum Sharma; 3-Ava Kimmel

Horse of the Year: Winsdown Baccarat

Tournament Award: Madison Oshins

Ambassador Award: CH I’m Goin Out Tonight

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