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Southeastern Charity Horse Show Selected to Host the ASHA Southern Regional Championships


The Executive Committee of ASHA has announced that the ASHA Southern Regional Championships will be held at Southeastern Charity Horse Show in 2006 and 2007. The Board of Directors of Southeastern Charity are very excited about this new designation which will add even more excitement to the horse show.

The Championships, sanctioned by the ASHA, will be awarded to the highest placed horse that is stabled in and/or owned by a resident of Georgia, Florida, or Alabama. The owner must be a member of ASHA. If the owner’s place of residence and the residence of his horse or horses are in different regions, the owner must select the region in which he or she wishes to compete.  To be eligible based on the place of residence for the horse, the horse must have been stabled within the southern region thirty days prior to the close of entries at Southeastern Charity.

Southern Regional Championships 
be awarded in the following stake and championship classes:

Amateur, Open and Jr. Exhibitor Five Gaited

Amateur, Open and Jr. Exhibitor Three Gaited

Amateur, Open, and Jr. Exhibitor Park  

Open Park Pleasure 

Open Fine Harness

Adult and Jr. Exhibitor Show Pleasure

Adult and Jr. Exhibitor English Country Pleasure

Five Gaited Show Pleasure

Show Pleasure Driving

Country Pleasure Driving

 Western Country Pleasure

Hunter Country Pleasure

Saddle Seat Equitation

Saddle Seat Equitation – Walk & Trot

The ASHA Southern Region Champion will be the eligible horse or rider placing the highest on the judge’s card. ASHA Southern Regional winners will be awarded a championship neck ribbon. If the ASHA Southern Regional Champion of a specific class is not the class winner in that specific stake or championship class, the Southern Regional Champion will make a separate victory pass.

Southeastern Charity Horse Show will be held on September 20-23, at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers, GA.

For more information regarding the horse show and the specific details about the ASHA Regional Championships, go to  or contact Jim Ruwoldt at (404) 312-1919.

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