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Rock Creek Trainers' Equitation Cup Standings



The Rock Creek Horse Show, held Tuesday, June 2 through Saturday, June 6 is pleased to be the third host horse show of 2015 for the ASHA/AMHA Trainers’ Equitation Cup.

So far, 22 trainers have been nominated for the class. The winner of the class will receive a trophy and tricolor, a one year ASHA membership, a $250 gift certificate for a custom riding whip from Steed Enterprises, a custom pair of riding jods (up to $150 value) from Rider Up Equestrian Wear, and three entries into the drawings at the Super Convention. Two ASHA drawings will be held during the ASHA luncheon at the Super Convention in Boston. The winner of the first drawing will win a week’s stay in Mexico at the Villa del Oso donated by Kaye Bowles-Durnell. The winner of the second drawing will win a week’s stay at the Crowne Plaza in Louisville, Ky. for the World’s Championship Horse Show, as well as a free golf cart rental.

The trainer that raises the most funds for the Rock Creek class will receive a lifetime membership to Rock Creek.

 To nominate a trainer, please contact Michelle Partridge, ASHA Media Production & Marketing Manager at 859-259-3887 or m.partridge@asha.net. You may nominate a trainer using this form. All nominators must be kept anonymous, and you may pay by check, cash, or credit card. ASHA is a 501(c)3 non-profit, meaning all nominations and sponsorships are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The ASHA/AMHA Trainers’ Equitation Cup classes will benefit American Saddlebred breed promotion and marketing, the Super Convention, and the host show.

We welcome you to be a part of what is sure to be a fun and exciting class! Please check the ASHA Facebook Page for up to the minute trainer nomination standings.

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