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Young Adult Events at the 2014 ASHA Convention



 

 Gather your friends and make plans to attend the American Saddlebred Young Adult Trivia Night on Friday, February 14, 2014 at 9 PM at the Bigg Blue Martini located street level in the Hilton in Lexington, Kentucky’s dazzling downtown.

Teams of any size can compete for the large cash prize to be awarded to the winners of American Saddlebred trivia. The quiz master will test young adults’ American Saddlebred knowledge through video clips, photos, and sound bites about the breed’s greatest moments. Door prizes will also be available to participants.

A free shuttle will serve as transportation from the Hilton Lexington Downtown to the American Saddlebred Museum’s Oak Hill Farm-A Jewel of the Bluegrass exhibit opening and then back to the Hilton’s Bigg Blue Martini for trivia night. Be sure to attend both events as some of the trivia night answers will be found in the American Saddlebred Museum’s exhibit opening.

The following morning, a free shuttle will depart from the Hilton to Visser Stables in Versailles. Be prepared to see some of the world’s top American Saddlebred show horses, AND you may be able to ride an American Saddlebred star by putting your name in the drawing at trivia night. Pack your riding jods—you could be the lucky winner! Free breakfast will also be provided during this exciting field trip.

To secure the discounted rate of $25 (includes two drink tickets) for trivia night and $50 for the American Saddlebred Museum’s exhibit opening, be sure to register by Friday, January 10, 2014. If you are planning to attend the free Visser Stables field trip, please register. Free transportation will be provided to the Museum’s exhibit opening, trivia night, and the Visser Stables field trip by Elisabeth Goth.

For more information regarding the 2014 ASHA Convention, please visit: http://www.asha.net/ASHA-Annual-Meeting.

 

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