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2020 First Time Breeder Promotion Program

18 Stallions Available to First Time Breeders for Free! 

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ASHA COVID-19 Resource Page 

ASHA COVID-19 Updates & Resources Page 

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Discover the Horse America Made

Proud. Beautiful. Versatile. Athletic.

From the elite competitor to the backyard companion the horse for you is the American Saddlebred. 

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2019 High Point Standings

All competitions listed on the ASHA database are eligible for the ASHA High Point Program, regardless of whether they are USEF-licensed or not.

All competitions must complete the ASHA Horse Show Application in order for exhibitors to earn points for the ASHA High Point Awards. The application must be received by the ASHA at least one (1) month prior to your show’s dates (the earlier the better).

The show manager or representative is also responsible for submitting results to ASHA within ten (10) days following the competition and within the qualifying period. Results received by ASHA after the qualifying period will not be accepted.

Horse and Rider Eligibility:

  • The horse owners and trainers/riders/drivers/handlers must be current ASHA members in good standing.  If a horse has multiple owners, at least one owner must be a current ASHA competing member. 
  • Owners, riders, drivers, handlers and trainers of American Saddlebred and Half American Saddlebred horses showing at USEF licensed competitions must be an ASHA competing member. 

General Rules:

  • All reports of errors discovered in show results or point standings must be submitted to ASHA no later than December 1. It is each owner's responsibility to check for accuracy. No changes will be made after competition year has ended. Unless a violation of rules has occurred and changes are supported by a rule infraction by a governing body (i.e.: USEF).

Please review The American Saddlebred High Point Rules for complete rules, program guidelines, and more information. Points are calculated at 3:00 AM daily.

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