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SCHA Futurity Opened; Jr. Road Pony Championship Offered

For the year 2006, the South Central Hackney Association will have an open futurity. Yearlings, two-year-olds and three-year-olds not previously nominated in the SCHA futurity may be nominated by paying appropriate fees. The 2006 SCHA Pony Breeders Futurity will be held at the Alexandria Fair and Horse Show on Saturday, Sept. 2. Payment deadline for sustaining ponies, stallions and mares, and newly nominated ponies is April 30, 2006. Payment deadline for weanling is May 31, 2006.

The SCHA will once again offer the Garnett and Aldina Wood Memorial Junior Road Pony Championship at the 2006 Alexandria Fair and Horse Show on Sept. 3. Ponies may qualify by showing in two SCHA Junior Road Pony, Three-Year-Old Road Pony Futurity or Three-Year-Old Open Classes at SCHA member shows during the current year. Ponies must be four years old and under and measure 52” and under. Ponies must have up-to-date American Hackney Horse Society registration papers. All owners and exhibitors must be SCHA members by June 30, 2006 in order to show in the championship class.

For further information on the SCHA Futurity or the Junior Road Pony Championship, contact Debbie Sauer, secretary/treasurer, at (606) 742-2262 or e-mail


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