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UPHA American Royal Sponsorships Now Tax Deductible

Friends and supporters of UPHA will gather again this November at the 2011 UPHA American Royal National Championship Horse Show. The World's Championship Horse Show is just around the corner and the fall shows are fast approaching.  The culmination of the 2011 season will be the American Royal, with the UPHA National Challenge Cup Championships, the Exceptional Challenge Cup Championships and, of course, the UPHA Classics Championships. These programs are vital to the Saddlebred and Hackney pony worlds.  Without your support these programs, and the wonderful UPHA American Royal National Championship Show itself, would not be possible.    

For the first time, all donations to the UPHA American Royal National Championships may be written to the UPHA Foundation and are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.

We are happy to count you as a friend of the horse show. We have many sponsorship opportunities available, details of which will be outlined in mailings that will follow the World's Championship Horse Show.

Thank you for supporting the UPHA American Royal National Championship Horse Show. If you have any questions do not hesitate to call the UPHA office at 859-231-5070 or find us on the web at

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