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ReporTV heads to FASH



Saddle Horse Report’s ReporTV will be broadcasting 2017 show highlights — and interviews with your favorite exhibitors and trainers — at a selection of shows this season. This week, the highlights will be from the FASH Horse Show which is held in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

ReporTV videos will be available for subscribers online, so if you’re not already signed up, now is a great time to do so. You don’t want to miss out on what we have lined up for this coming show season!
The FASH Horse Show will be held from May 11-14, at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. Giving back to the community, the proceeds from this year’s show will be donated to This Old Horse, a non-profit organization that helps to rehab neglected horses, and provide a safe place for retired horses. 

ReporTV will catch highlights from a variety of angles from the show, which features classes for Saddlebreds, Morgans, Hackneys, Road Horses and Friesians, as well as open breed classes and opportunity classes.

ReporTV is made possible thanks to the generous sponsorships from those within the show community. Special thanks this year to Lance Hayes Stable, Sklyline Stables, Appointments USA and This Old Horse. 
Thursday evenings session is sponsored by Lance Hayes Stables. Located in Neenah, Wisconsin, Lance Hayes Stables has turned out top riders and horses since its opening in 1998.  They offer a welcoming atmosphere for everyone, from the beginner all the way up to the advanced rider. Lance Hayes owns and operates the facility with the help of his assistant Sammy Jo Galica. Take a moment to visit their website and see what they are all about!

Friday evening is sponsored by Skyline Stables. Donna and Kenny Smith own and operate this world class facility, which is in New Lenox, Illinois, continually puts winners into the show ring. Horses such as, I’m A Holiday, I’m Still Dreamin’, Espresso Noir and Callaway’s Sweet Thing are prime examples of the caliber of horses that emerge from Skyline Stables.

Saturday evening is sponsored by Dana Sibbet and Appointments USA. Appointments USA offers a full line of horse apparel, accessories, stall draperies, and tack trunk related products for the show horse industry. With excellent customer service and quality products, Appointments USA offers a valuable service to the industry. Located in New Praque, Minnesota, you can reach Appointments USA by phone at 952-250-5280, email AppointmentsUSA@gmail.com, or visit their Facebook page.

Sunday is sponsored by This Old Horse. This Old Horse is in Hastings, Minnesota and offers a save place for horses that have been of service for a large part of their life. As their website states, founded in 2012, this Old Horse is a private, volunteer-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide sanctuary to retired, rescued, and recovering horses while they continue to serve as ambassadors to the positive effect of "horse power" in the lives of people.

Our mission is to create a sanctuary for aged and unwanted horses who have served us well. We are a retirement refuge for horses who, alongside their human professionals, have worked hard for a living. As these horses age, time and effort take their toll, and they are no longer capable of full-time work. Often their owners or handlers must move them out to make room for more able-bodied replacements.
Click here to find out more about this wonderful organization. 

 

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