Archive May 2014
The presence of the EVH-1 virus has been a concern in the Midwest. In order to maintain the integrity of the Nebraska Charity Horse Show and in deference to the safety of the horses, the Board of Directors of the Nebraska Charity Horse Show has postponed the show until 2015.
Gayle Lampe is conducting two saddle seat riding clinics at William Woods University on June 26-29th and August 7-10th. Riders will ride twice on two days and three times on two days. Barn visits to saddle horse training stables in the area and a variety of lectures will be included.
The American Saddlebred Registry is pleased to announce their new survey.
The survey, which takes under ten minutes to complete, asks a series of questions related to American Saddlebred ownership and foal registrations. The survey is designed to gather information that will help the Registry to better serve their customers. The results of the survey will be discussed at the July American Saddlebred Registry Board of Directors meeting.
The United States Equestrian Federation is announcing an exciting contest for Saddle Seat riders, sponsored by Freedman’s Harness and Saddlery.
From today, May 1, through May 19, contestants are asked to create a short video that answers the question, “What would it mean to you to be on a Saddle Seat World Cup team?”
Midwest Charity Horse Show, held June 10-14, 2014, at the Illinois State Fairgrounds has split class number 63, ASB Three Gaited Country Pleasure, Jr. Exhibitor, 17 & Under. The class will be split by age into class number 63, ASB Three Gaited Country Pleasure Jr. Exhibitor 14-17 and class number 63A, ASB Three Gaited Country Pleasure Jr. Exhibitor 13 & Under. The Championship, class number 177, ASB Three Gaited Country Pleasure, Junior Exhibitor Championship will remain unchanged.