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ASHA unveils new web site design and content




Lexington
, Kentucky
­– The American Saddlebred Horse Association has redesigned its web site, www.saddlebred.com, to be more user friendly and interactive.

 

On the new web site, ASHA members have the opportunity to view expanded and detailed pedigrees, as well as the progeny of a specific horse.

 

Members also have the opportunity to easily renew their membership, as well as have access to American Saddlebred Registry forms and applications.

 

Only members will have access to the pedigree and Registry forms.  To verify membership, members must register for an account using a valid ASHA member ID, which can be located above the address information on an American Saddlebred magazine or on an ASHA membership card, and use the zip code on file with ASHA.  Then members will have the opportunity to create a username and password.

 

During the World’s Championship Horse Show in Louisville Sunday, August 21 through Saturday, August 27 show results, as well as photos of ASR futurity winners, will be updated daily on the web site. 

For further information, contact:

American Saddlebred Horse Association

4083 Iron Works Parkway | Lexington, KY 40511

Voice: (859) 259-2742 | Fax: (859) 259-1628

Contact, Reeves Kirtner, Communications Manager

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