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ASHAF Youth Driving Challenge Classes Added at Several Shows



Posted April 10, 2002
The finals for the ASHA Foundation Junior Exhibitor Driving Challenge will be held again this year during the World’s Championship Horse Show Aug. 18-24, 2002. To be eligible for the $10,000 in cash and prizes offered at the finals, a horse must be a ribbon winner in two official qualifying classes in the same division at a designated show between Aug. 26, 2001 and Aug. 17, 2002. As of March 29, 2002, the following shows have agreed to host qualifying classes for this year’s finals: Oklahoma Centennial, MHSA Kick-Off, River Ridge, Big D Charity, Bonnie Blue National, Dixie Cup Spring Classic, Milwaukee Spring, Showcase of the West, Indianapolis Charity, Midwest Charity, Syracuse International, Tanbark, Santa Barbara National, Blue Ridge Classic, Boone County Fair, Blowing Rock Charity.

So far in 2002, qualifying classes have already been held at Gasparilla Charity, Tampa Charity, Carousel Horse Show, Pin Oak Charity. Classes can still be added at shows being held this year. For more information about the ASHAF Driving Challenge or to add classes to your show, please contact Jennifer Gray at 859-259-2742, ext. 343.

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