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ASHA Of Ontario To Host Clinic With Judd And Walker



The American Saddlebred Horse Association of Ontario Inc. will be hosting a world class weekend May 8-9, 2004, in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada. It will be a unique opportunity to spend a day or two with two impressive figures in the show horse world. The goal of the clinic is to offer a clinic that will be useful and enjoyable to virtually all horse owners, whether you ride for pleasure or for show, whether you ride Saddle Seat, Hunt Seat or Western.

There is a one-day clinic on Saturday, May 8, with an optional second day on Sunday, May 9, to which attendees can bring their horses. Attendance on Sunday without a horse is also offered. Private lessons on your horse or a lesson horse are also available.

The clinicians will be Anne Durham Judd, a well known trainer, exhibitor and judge of Morgans and Saddlebreds, along with Rock Hoyt Walker, who brings Morgan credentials rivaled by few. Walker suffered severe injuries in an automobile accident in April 2003. True to form, he is fighting back and determined to continue to make a strong contribution to the horse world that he loves.

For more information contact David Chretien at 416-346-9228 or via e-mail at davidc@foodsource.ca.

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