Skip to content

ASHB Futurity of Tennessee Adds Classes

The American Saddlebred Horse Breeder’s (ASHB) Futurity of Tennessee has added two new classes for 2005.

New this year are Two-Year-Old Walk & Trot and Three-Year-Old Park. The Two-Year-Old Walk & Trot will be part of the Tennessee Futurity which consists of Open Weanling, Open Yearling, and Two-Year-Old Fine Harness. Horses showing in the Two-Year-Old Walk & Trot will be required to show in snaffle bits and martingales. Full bridles and curb bits are prohibited in this class. Entries may be shown with set or naturally carried tails and may be ridden by professionals or amateurs.

Three-Year-Old Park will be part of the Three-Year-Old Futurity and will be judged as any park class. Entries may be shown with set or naturally carried tails and will show at the walk, trot, and canter. Entries may be shown by professionals or amateurs. Other classes included in the Three-Year-Old Futurity are Three-Year-Old Fine Harness, Three-Year-Old Five Gaited and Three-Year-Old Three Gaited.

The ASHB Futurity of Tennessee will be shown during the Morristown Charity Horse Show on October 7-9, 2005, at the Walters State Great Smoky Mountains Expo Center in White Pine, Tenn. The ASHB of Tennessee consists of the Tennessee Futurity, Amateur Futurity, and Three-Year-Old Futurity. The closing date for nominations for the 2005 ASHB Futurity of Tennessee is May 15. For further information about the ASHB Futurity of Tennessee or to request nomination forms, contact Dianna Pearson, registrar, at 423 581-1051 (evenings) or e-mail at

More Stories

  • Monday Night Action

    Welcome to prime time! That’s exactly what the Monday evening session was. The big shooters came out in droves as the lineup of classes offered was spectacular.  Read More
  • REPORT Leaderboard

    Saddle Horse Report is pleased to expand our Leaderboard standings to include Leading Amateurs, Junior Exhibitors, Owners, Professional Exhibitors, Hackney Trainers and Exhibitors in addition to the Leading Trainers and Leading Sires from the World's Championship Horse Show through the end of classes on Monday, August 19. Stay tuned for the latest developments. Read More
  • Sunday Night Excitement

    With the Junior Exhibitor Park class being split, 14 events were held on the Sunday evening session, which started at 6:30 p.m. with the ASR Sweepstakes Four-Year-Old Fine Harness class. That class gave the general spectators their thrill for the night as Debbie Foley lost a wheel on her buggy and the horse got loose momentarily. Everything ended okay but she could not get everything back together in the allotted time.  Read More
  • Monday Matinee Highlights

    The first 9:00 a.m. session of the week kicked off Monday's competition with a couple younger age group equitation classes and a slew of pleasure classes for both the American Saddlebreds and Hackneys. Read More
  • REPORT Leaderboard

    Saddle Horse Report is pleased to present the New REPORT Leaderboard winners which tabulates the leading trainers and sires, both within the American Saddlebred and Hackney Pony classes, at the 2017 World's Championship Horse Show through the end of classes on Sunday, August 20. Read More
  • Sunday Matinee Highlights From WCHS

                The second session of the 2017 World’s Championship Horse Show got underway at noon on Sunday with 15 classes, namely four splits of the Adult Show Pleasure class, older age group equitation classes, open park qualifiers, amateur road pony and horse classes, gaited ponies and an amateur gentlemen’s long-tail class. Read More
  • Honor Society

    Kathy Humphries and Honor Society were reserve in Sunday afternoon’s Amateur Junior Hackney Pleasure Driving Pony class. Longtime friend and trainer Myra Williams worked it out for them to become a team and move to Majestic Oaks to pursue Kathy’s dream of showing her pony at Louisville under the Campbell’s direction. Read More
  • Instant Connection

    A last minute substitution turned out great for Jordyn Isgrigg and Reedann's Fantastic Design. Read More
  • Opening Night At The World's Championship Horse Show

            The 114th World’s Championship Horse Show got underway Saturday night, August 19 with 89 teams competing in the opening session. As tradition dictates it was County Fair night with seven championships held. Rich and Maureen Campbell’s Majestic Oaks won all three pony classes with Maureen driving Regal’s Norma Jean LF, Regal’s Prime Rate LF and Heartland Infinity to the roses. Read More
  • Latest Issue Aug 21 17

    Read More