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Southwest Pine Classic Multi-Breed Show



The American Saddlebred Association of Arizona is excited to announce that the arrangements have been finalized with the American Saddlebred Horse Association and the Pacific Coast Horse Shows Circuit (PCHS) for the inclusion of the Southwest Pine Classic Multi-Breed Horse Show.

Classes for American Saddlebred Pleasure and Park Horses at the Southwest Pine Classic will provide qualification credits for the 2010 World's Championships in Louisville, Kentucky. Additionally, points will be applied for PCHS Award Program. All classes qualifying for ASHA and PCHS points will be reported to the respective organizations.

The Southwest Pine Classic will be held on July 24th through 26th 2009 at the beautiful Fort Tuthill County Park Fairgrounds located just south of Flagstaff, Arizona. The horse show grounds are situated within a beautiful pine forest complete with camping sites, picnic areas, and bridle paths. This excellent location and climate will provide the perfect venue for an Arizona horse show in July.

Ms. Gayle Lampe of The William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri will judge the event. Ms. Lampe will judge all horse show divisions, which will include a full slate of competition classes for American Saddlebreds, Morgans, Friesians, Saddleseat Equitation, Academy, and All-Breed Opportunity classes. The show will also offer the UPHA Challenge Cup class for riders 17 and under and several pattern practice classes for Saddleseat Equitation riders.

Submittal deadline for entries is July 15 2009.

Show information and entry forms are available at http://americansaddlebredassociationofarizona.com/southwest_pine_classic.htm or call Show Chairman Bobbie Reid at 480-292-5361 or Show Manager Joe Husband at 602-821-4284 for additional information.

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