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ASR Futurity 2020 Mare and Stallion Nomination Deadline Extended To April 30



Due to the circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ASR Futurity 2020 Mare and Stallion Nomination deadline has been extended to April 30, 2020. 

The extended deadline to nominate mares and stallions, for 2020 foals, to the ASR Kentucky, Kentucky Amateur and National 3-Year-Old Futurities will be Thursday, April 30.

Mare and stallion nomination forms must be postmarked and mailed to the ASHA/ASR office, faxed to 859.259.1628 or emailed to p.edwards@asha.net on or before Thursday, April 30. Nomination forms may be downloaded on the ASR Futurities page.

The June 15 weanling payment deadline will also be extended until June 30. Invoice statements will be mailed at least one month prior to the June 30 the deadline.

Additional prize money will be offered, from the Kentucky Breeders Incentive Fund, to the top three highest placed Kentucky-bred weanlings that have met the Kentucky-bred criteria and have been nominated to compete in the 2020 Kentucky Futurity weanling class. Membership with the Kentucky Saddlebred Owners and Breeders Association (KSOBA) is required.  Additional prize money will also be offered, from the ASHA Stallion Sweeps Program, to nominated yearlings that place 1st-8th in the 2020 Kentucky Futurity yearling class.

In 2019, more than $169,124 in prize money was awarded in the ASR Futurity classes.  

For more information on ASR Prize Programs, please contact Patricia Edwards at 859.259.3899 or p.edwards@asha.net.

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