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ASHA's Cutest Foal Contest

Lexington, Kentucky - For the third year, ASHA is featuring a "Cutest Foal" contest for the upcoming May/June issue of American Saddlebred magazine. Photos for the "Cutest Foal" contest must be received in the ASHA office by Tuesday, May 5. For more information contact Dede Gatlin at (859) 259-2742 ext. 346, or by e-mail at

This year, as an added incentive, all entries in the "Cutest Foal" contest will be eligible for a $1,000 cash prize, which will be awarded to the "Cutest Foal" contestant placing first or second in any of the American Saddlebred Registry Futurities, and over 35 affiliated state and regional futurities. Foals may show and win in either the Open Weanling or Amateur Weanling In Hand division.

To enter, purchase a full-page color or black & white ad featuring your foal in the May/June issue. Once production of the May/June issue has been completed, each of the foals entered will be featured on ASHA’s Web site, Visitors to the Web site will have an opportunity to vote for the "Cutest Foal." The owner of the foal winning the most votes will win a free, full-color ad in the July/August issue of American Saddlebred magazine. Online voting will close on June 30, 2009, and a winner will be announced.

Entries must be received in the ASHA office no later than Tuesday, May 5, 2009. For questions or additional information, contact Dede Gatlin at (859) 259-2742 ext. 346 or by e-mail at

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