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2009 ASR Grand National Prize Program Schedule



Lexington, Kentucky - The 2009 American Saddlebred Registry Grand National prize program schedule of competitions has been announced.  This year, the Grand National features 32 shows offering 61 classes with over $138,000 offered in prize money for Grand National-eligible American Saddlebreds.  The schedule is available by clicking here .

In addition, competitions that have traditionally supported Grand National were entered into a drawing for three Grand National Championship Stakes. The following competitions will receive additional purse allotments of $5,000 each in 2009.

All American Horse Classic, Indianapolis, Indiana
September 8-12, 2009
Five-Gaited Open Championship $5,000

North Carolina State Championship, Raleigh, North Carolina
September 16-19, 2009
Fine Harness Open Championship $5,000

Minnesota Futurity, Winona, Minnesota
October 2-4, 2009
Three-Gaited Open Championship $5,000

Also, five ASHA Regional Championship competitions which held Grand National events in 2008 were selected to hold $5,000 Grand National Championship Stakes in 2009: 

Southeastern Charity, Conyers, Georgia
September 16-19, 2009
Five-Gaited Open Championship $5,000

Wisconsin Futurity, Madison, Wisconsin
September 16-20, 2009
Three-Gaited Park Open Championship $5,000

ASHAV, Lexington, Virginia
September 23-26, 2009
Three-Gaited Open Championship $5,000

NWSA Fall Classic & Futurity, Salem, Oregon
September 23-26, 2009
Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship $5,000

Mid-America Mane Event, Springfield, Illinois
October 22-25, 2009
Fine Harness Open Championship $5,000

For detailed information about all aspects of the Grand National, and all the Registry’s prize programs, click here.

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