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Saddlebred Association Offers Internet Video Streaming of Convention Activities

Lexington, Ky. -- The American Saddlebred Horse Association has announced that it is once again offering an Internet video streaming web cast of important activities at its convention now underway at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky.


The Association’s web site,, will be utilized to broadcast the Saddlebred Summit worldwide.  Those unable to attend will be able to watch and listen on Friday and Saturday during selected forums, luncheons, and the Annual Prize Giving at the Saddlebred Ball, from Keeneland Entertainment Center, as these events occur live.


Fees for the webcast will be on a pay-per-day-per-computer basis, with non-members pricing at $15 per day, or at a 10% package rate discount of $27 for both Friday and Saturday events.  ASHA members receive a 20% discount, with a fee of $12 per day, or at a 10% package rate discount of $22 for both days together.


Friday’s video streaming will begin with the Amateur-Owner Trainer Open Forum, from 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time through 11:30 a.m.  The important afternoon Open Forum on Brainstorming the Future of the American Saddlebred, will be available from 1:30 p.m. through 5 p.m., Eastern Time.


On Saturday, the webcast will begin at 9:30 a.m., with the Educational Forum for Saddlebred Owners, Breeders, and Trainers, including presentations from accomplished veterinarians Dr. B.A. Rucker and Dr. Scott Morrison.  Video streaming will continue from 11 a.m. until Noon Eastern Time, with the Open Members Forum preceding the Annual Meeting.  During the Luncheon to follow, coverage will include presentations by Dr. Ernie Bailey and Dr. Kathryn Graves, as well as Jay Hickey of the American Horse Council and Deb Balliet of the Equestrian Land Conservation Resource.  The video is capped off with live coverage of the Saddlebred Ball, beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.

For more information, contact Will Wood Jr, Advancement and Technology Manager, at

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