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ASHA Offers Webcast of Wisconsin Futurity



Lexington, Kentucky - Sign-ups are now underway at www.saddlebred.com for the American Saddlebred Horse Association’s live video streaming Internet webcast of the Wisconsin Futurity Horse Festival from Madison, Wisconsin, which has its first performance Wednesday, September 16.

Pricing and sign-up information appears on the ASHA website, here. The webcast will once again feature a live chat, to offer subscribers the opportunity to carry on dialogue with other Saddlebred enthusiasts viewing the webcast.

The competition at the Wisconsin Futurity Horse Festival is designated as a Regional Championship, which will include, among other events, the ASHA National Pleasure Equitation Championship, and a UPHA "Pink Ribbon" Class - Five-Gaited Ladies Championship, to promote the riding of show horses to help find a cure for breast cancer.

In addition, the Wisconsin event hosts a $5,000 Grand National Three-Gaited Park Open Championship, whereby Grand National-eligible horses can win valuable prize money supplements beyond the standard Grand National purse.
 
Any pay-per-day-per-computer revenue above expenses goes toward Saddlebred promotion and investments in new technology and enhancements to the Association’s website, www.saddlebred.com.

To receive an answer to technical questions, please email William Wood Jr., at  w.wood@asha.net.

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