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Revised ASB Grand National Show Schedule


Lexington, Ky. ­– The 2007 American Saddlebred Registry Grand National show schedule has been revised to include the Oshkosh Charity Horse Show, which will be held July 4-7, 2007.  The designated Grand National class for this show will be the Show Pleasure Driving Championship.

Click here to view the entire 2007 Grand National Show Schedule.
The Grand National program is now in its 24th year and has awarded more than $2.6 million. Conceived by dedicated owners, breeders and trainers, Grand National is a prize program for American Saddlebred horses, created to generate excitement in owning and showing this special breed of horse. The goals of the Grand National program are to increase participation, popularity and marketability of the American Saddlebred by offering the opportunity for additional prize money to be won by Grand National recorded horses. Recorded horses compete for cash awards in selected classes at United States Equestrian Federation licensed competitions throughout the country. The awards are paid in addition to any other prize money offered in the class by the horse show itself.

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