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Fundraiser For The Carolina Cup Ambassador And Scholarship Progam

Are you ready for this Show Season?  Your horse is doing great.  You are hitting the gym and you have a new suit.

So what's left?  Find out how to get your Mental Fitness On.  Featured speaker and teacher, Betty Kregor,  will use personality profiling to help everyone get ready to get "On with the Show, Maximizing your mental game of showmanship." Mrs. Kregor will speak on Saturday, January 25, 2014 from 11:30-12:45 PM or 12:45-2:00 PM at the ASAC Convention at the Embassy Suites in Concord, NC.
The cost for the event is $35 and serves as a fundraiser for the Carolina Cup Ambassador and Scholarship Program.
For more information contact:  Beverly Shiflet 336-953-2053 or


Betty Baird Kregor is a well known LPGA Master Teaching Professional who consults not only golfers, but all athletes in becoming better competitors.  Kregor is a nine-time Ky. PGA Junior Champion and three-time All-American junior golfer who uses personality profiling to teach her clients about managing their mental game in sport.  Kregor currently counsels many top riders around the country and enjoys being involved in the saddlebred industry through her daughter, Mollie Kregor who has ridden under Premier Stables since a young child and owned wonderful horses such as Captain Planet, Attache's Irish Wine, and The Petite Princess.  Kregor owns StraightShot Inc.,  an advising business that centers around helping high school athletes in the college placement process and teaches golf out of The Cardinal Club in Simpsonville, Kentucky.    For more information go to  

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