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Indiana Saddlebred Association Awards Dinner February 7

The Indiana American Saddlebred Horse Association will honor the Charter Club’s outstanding achievers at the annual IASHA Banquet and Awards Dinner, Sunday, February 7, at the Ritz Charles in Carmel, Indiana.  

A cocktail and social hour with cash bar will begin the festivities at 3:30 pm with a delicious gourmet buffet dinner at 4:15pm. Following the meal, IASHA will feature a music video tribute to the club’s members, celebrating the year in photos courtesy Roselane Farm’s Taylor Boyer.  

The presentation of the 2015 IASHA High Point Championships will be the highlight of the afternoon, with beautiful and unique awards going to winners in over 35 performance, pleasure and academy divisions. The IASHA will then recognize its ASHA Indiana State Pleasure Champions with plaques to 11 deserving  recipients. 

Plenty of door prizes will keep both adults and youngsters entertained throughout the evening. Among the most sought after prizes will be free stalls from each of the three major Indiana shows: IASHA Spring Warm-­-Up, Indianapolis Charity and All American Horse Classic.  Other goodies to be given away include multiple gift bags from Gilchrist & Soames plus much more. As a special treat for the younger set, there will be a door prize for every child who attends. 

Dinners for adults are only $30 each, children 3-­-12 years $20 each, and children 2 & under free. Reservations are due February 1 and can be secured by contacting Reservation Chairperson Dawn Kendrick ( For details on the banquet, membership, participating shows and other activities of the IASHA, please go to . 


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