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Saddlebred 2010 Regional Championships



Lexington, Kentucky - The Executive Committee of the American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) has designated Regional Championship competitions throughout the United States for 2010. 

Launched in 2005, and part of the Association’s effort to improve public education and awareness of the breed throughout the nation, Regional Championships also enhance competitive opportunities for horses and riders at all levels of competition.

New to the lineup in 2010 is the North Carolina State Championship Horse Show in Raleigh. The Saint Louis National Charity Horse Show will once again host the Region 5 Championship after serving as the designee in 2006 and 2007. Additionally, the Executive Committee is exploring the possibility of establishing a Mountain Region for 2010 with the championship event to be hosted by the Colorado Fall Classic Horse Show in Denver.

At this time, there is no designated Regional Championship in Region 6/7 due to an absence of eligible competitions. Further details will be forthcoming for exhibitors in this region.

Updates to the Regional Championship Guidelines include a new standard qualifying period of September 1, 2009 through August 31, 2010 for all regions. Three-Gaited Park is now a required championship class.  Youth Showmanship is no longer required, but ASHA encourages all Regional Championship competitions to consider including the class if offered at area local competitions.

For further information on the Regional Championship program, including complete qualifying requirements, click here.

2010 ASHA REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITIONS:

REGION 1
Southwest Regional Championship
Arizona Saddlebred Futurity
Scottsdale, Arizona, October 29-31

West Coast Regional Championship
California Saddle Horse Futurity
Pomona, California, September

REGION 2
Northwest Regional Championship
NWSA Fall Classic & Futurity
Salem, Oregon, September 29 - October 2

REGION 3/4
North Central Regional Championship
Wisconsin Futurity Horse Festival
Madison, Wisconsin, September 15-19

REGION 5
Heart of America Regional Championship
Saint Louis National Charity Horse Show
Lake Saint Louis, Missouri, September 29 - October 2

REGION 6/7
South Central Regional Championship
No eligible competitions

REGION 8
Bluegrass Regional Championship
All American Horse Classic
Indianapolis, Indiana, September 7-11

REGION 9
Atlantic Coast Regional Championship
North Carolina State Championship Horse Show
Raleigh, North Carolina, September 15-18

REGION 10
Southern Regional Championship
Southeastern Charity Horse Show
Conyers, Georgia, September 22-25

REGION 11
Eastern Regional Championship
American Saddlebred Horse Association of Virginia (ASHAV)
Lexington, Virginia, September 29 - October 2

REGION 12
New England Regional Championship
Eastern States Exposition Horse Show
West Springfield, Massachusetts, September 16-19

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