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ASHA Youth Activities at the World’s Championship Horse Show



The ASHA Youth Committee will have lots of activities and contests for the youth during the World’s Championship Horse Show.

GOLF CART DECORATING CONTEST: Enter the ASHA Youth Golf Cart Decorating Contest to win prizes and ribbons for both barn and individual entries. The entry fee is $20 which benefits the ASHA Youth Scholarships. Ribbons sponsored by Mike & Joy Sandifer. The golf carts will be judged on Thursday afternoon.

ASHA CASH CART: Try your luck in the ASHA Cash Cart and see how much you know about the Saddlebreds and the greatest horse show on the earth!! The Cash Cart will be making rounds throughout the horse show Saturday through Friday. Answer questions correctly to win cash!!

JUNIOR JUDGING CONTESTS: Walk in the shoes of a World’s Championship Horse Show judge by participating in the Junior Judging Contest. Packets will be available in the Saddlebred Center. Awards will be presented to the winners of the 13 and under and 14-20 age divisions. Junior Judging will take place Monday evening, Tuesday morning and Friday morning. The presentation of the winners will be Friday evening in center ring. Awards sponsored by R.E. Fennell Co., Andrea Hartmeyer Johns, and United States Equestrian Federation.

 

BARN BINGO: Bingo cards will be available Sunday-Friday. Visit the barns, vendors, and Saddlebred celebrities to collect your Bingo stickers. When you BINGO return your card to Saddlebred Center for a drawing for a daily prize basket! Barn Bingo will be available Sunday through Friday.

 

COLORING CONTEST: Youth are encouraged to enter the coloring contest using the coloring pages found in the Saddlebred Dailies. This contest also serves as a fundraiser for ASHA Youth Scholarships as Elisabeth Goth has generously offered to hold this contest and make a donation to the ASHA Youth Scholarships for each entry received.

 

Questions can be directed to b.newell@asha.net

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