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USEF Announces 2006 Triple Point Competitions



 

Lexington, KY – The United States Equestrian Federation is pleased to announce the 2006 triple point competitions for the Saddlebred, Roadster, and Hackney/Harness divisions. Each year, the corresponding discipline committees vote to assign “triple point” status to a competition in each of the twelve regions. Points won at each of these designated competitions will count as triple points for the Farnam®/ Platform™ • USEF Horse of the Year program. Questions regarding triple point shows should be directed to the Breeds and Western Department of the USEF by calling 859-225-6986.


 

Saddlebred Division

Region 1           Santa Barbara National

Region 2           NWSA Fall Classic and Futurity

Region 3/4         Wisconsin Futurity

Region 5           UPHA/American Royal

Region 6/7         Oklahoma Centennial   

Region 8           All American Horse Classic

Region 9           Asheville Lions Charity

Region 10          Southeastern Charity

Region 11          Bonnie Blue National

Region 12          Eastern States Exposition –

 

Roadster Division

Region 1           UPHA Chapter One

Region 2           Summer Showcase

Region 3/4         Wisconsin Futurity

Region 5           Midwest Charity

Region 6/7         Oklahoma Centennial

Region 8           Kentucky Fall Classic

Region 9           Asheville Lions Charity

Region 10          Southeastern Charity

Region 11          Pennsylvania National

Region 12          Eastern States Exposition

 

Hackney/Harness Division

Region 1           UPHA Chapter One

Region 2           NWSA Fall Classic and Futurity

Region 3/4         Wisconsin Futurity

Region 5           Midwest Charity

Region 6/7         Oklahoma Centennial

Region 8           All American Horse Classic

Region 9           Asheville Lions Charity

Region 10          Southeastern Charity

Region 11          Bonnie Blue National

Region 12          Eastern States Exposition

 

           

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