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Don’t Miss the ASHA Region 8 2020 National Select Series Regional Championship at Southeastern Charity!



Hi ASHA Member,  

As an ASHA member living in Region 8 we wanted to make sure you are aware of an exciting ASHA program that will be offered at the Southeastern Charity Horse Show this year. The Southeastern Charity Horse Show will be hosting an ASHA National Select Series Region 8 Championship. Regional Champions and Reserve Champions will be awarded in the following classes: 

Class 58       ASB Country Pleasure Driving Stake

Class 67       ASB Show Pleasure Driving Stake

Class 76       ASB Hunter Country Pleasure Stake

Class 84       ASB Western Country Pleasure Stake

Class 111     ASB English Country Pleasure Adult Amateur Stake

Class 113     Saddle Seat Equitation Championship

Class 114     ASB Show Pleasure Adult Amateur Stake

Class 115     Three Gaited Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Stake

Class 118     ASB Show Pleasure Junior Exhibitor Stake

Class 120     ASB Five Gaited Pleasure Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Stake

Class 121     Fine Harness Jackpot Stake

Class 123     Three Gaited Park Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Stake

Class 126     ASB English Country Pleasure Junior Exhibitor Stake

Class 127     Five Gaited Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Stake 

To be eligible, your horse must not have shown at the World’s Championship Horse Show in 2020. Champions will be awarded a custom halter provided by our presenting sponsor State Line Tack, along with a custom hat and ribbon. Reserve champions will be awarded a ribbon.   

Also, participants in the program will be automatically entered into a drawing for a John Deere X300 lawn mower valued at over $3,000. More information about John Deere Giveaway available here. You must be an ASHA member over 18 and live in the continental US to be eligible for the drawing. To enter your horse in the ASHA National Select Series Region 8 Championship you must fill out and return the horse declaration form to either the ASHA office or the horse show office. 

Additional information about the program can be found in the ASHA National Select Series Fast Facts. Also, questions can be sent via email to [email protected]

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