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San Antonio Saddle Horse Association Charity Horse Show for 2007



 

Come enjoy Texas Hill Country hospitality at The San Antonio Saddle Horse Association Charity Horse Show to be held March 2-4, 2007.  The show will again take place at the popular San Antonio Rose Palace, a great indoor facility that was built specifically for equestrian competitions.

 

Rick Wallen will be judging the American Saddlebred and Academy divisions and Steve Lieblang will judge the Arabian and Half-Arabian divisions.

 

The SASHA Charity show will again offer many exhibitor-friendly features, such as:

o        USEF, AHA and ASHA A-rating

o        Points count for Texas state High Point awards.

o        More than $6,500 in Prize Money!

o        Match the Judge classes

o        Historic challenge trophies

o        Discounted office fees to SASHA, NTASHA and TASHA members

 

Also added:

o        A free tack stall for any trainer who enters at least 5 horses or hasn’t been to the SASHA Charity Show in more than 3 years.

o        New Horse Show Dog costume and trick “class”

o        10 Buy-A-Classes available for the Arabian and Half-Arabian divisions.

o        An expanded AHA class list.

 

For more information on the show or to request a premium book, please contact Megan McAngus at (830) 755-4903 or mbeasom@gvtc.org or Lisa Mountain at (210) 884-5567.  Information can also be found at www.sashatx.org.

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