Saddlebred Week is filled with prestigious events including Five National Championship Events for American Saddlebred Pleasure Horses sponsored by Saddle & Bridle magazine and culminating in the beautiful Shatner Country Western Pleasure Championships on Saturday night. In Equitation, the Saddle & Bridle Pleasure Medallion Finals will be held at St. Louis, as well as the MHSA Junior Saddle Seat Equitation Medallion. Open Jackpot Stakes classes are being introduced this year for the Fine Harness, Three-Gaited and Five-Gaited Horses. And the exciting $5,000 Ruth and R.S. Palmer Memorial Five-Gaited Stake on Saturday night is expected to draw top open five-gaited horses from throughout
All American Horse Classic is a member show of: US Equestrian Federation, Tri-State Horse Shows Association, Ohio ASB Pleasure Association, Interstate Horse Shows Association, Illinois American Saddlebred Pleasure Horse Association.
This unique 4-day all breed equestrian competition will be held at the beautiful Sun Beau Valley Farm in Portage County, Ravenna Ohio of this year. The dates are June 18th -21st 2016 . We will be benefiting local breast cancer & other charities to raise cancer awareness and help out people in need. We offer a special tack room award, a tradition at horse shows for the "best set up". Equestrian Charity Events is a registered 501(c) (3) non-profit organization our EIN # is 46-3984780 . Our goal is to provide financial donations to other organizations and businesses under the guidelines of the federal IRS tax code. In a very short time we have given over $20,000 to local charities chapters like American Cancer
The purpose of the ASHA of New York, Inc . is to promote breeding, raising, training, sale and exhibition of the American Saddlebred Horse. The organization is meant to promote activities of a nature to create enthusiasm, use, pleasure and interest in the breed. We are here to encourage and educate youth and adults interested in the American Saddlebred Horse, to promote higher standards for showmanship and sportsmanship, and enjoy open communication with everyone interested in the breed. This includes, but is not limited to, educational institutions, governmental agencies, civic organizations, and the general public in an effort to promote the horse industry and the American Saddlebred breed. Additionally,
You don’t want to miss this segment of the Blowing Rock Charity Horse Show! The Saddlebred classes are loaded with chrome and flash. The atmosphere at a Saddlebred show is electric, with spectators shouting encouragement and rooting for their favorites from the stands. The most exciting classes are the Three and Five Gaited Open Championship classes. Equally exciting are the Roadster classes, shown both under saddle and in harness. Competing with the big, beautiful Saddlebreds are the Hackney ponies, just as flashy as their larger counterparts. Also not to be missed is the fine harness division, where carriages and harness can be compared to the cost of your house! And the Frisians–gentle giants of the show
We welcome you to the 40th edition of the Indianapolis Charity Horse Show. We are hoping to see all the familiar faces and new ones. We welcome you all! The show returns this year to the Marsh Blue Ribbon Pavilion at the Indiana State Fairgrounds after a one year hiatus from this location. The large indoor ring is in a well lit air conditioned building with reserved seating around the ring. Vendors and a concession stand are located around the ring too. Stabling is located in adjacent buildings with a large warm up ring.
The best way to describe the Buckeye Sweepstakes Horse Show is “Where National Champions are made”! It is also considered the largest Class A Arabian horse show in the country other than the Scottsdale show. It has always been one of the most innovative shows since its inception in 1963. The home of the Buckeye has always been the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus, Ohio, and always on Memorial Day Weekend. The Buckeye slogan “WHERE NATIONAL CHAMPIONS ARE MADE!” is proven year after year. If you can win at the Buckeye, you can be a National Winner. The caliber of horses is the best, especially in the performance divisions.
The Board of the UPHA Chapter 5 Horse Show and AMP Horse Show Services are pleased to announce a Trainer’s Jackpot at the 2014 edition, held May 7-10 at the Hale Arena in Kansas City, Missouri. Borrowing from the success of UPHA Chapter 3/4 at the Madison Classic, Chapter 5 will be offering a $100 cash prize at the end of each evening session. Every trainer listed on an entry blank will be eligible for this cash prize, but the winner Must Be Present to Win! If the winning ticketholder is not there to claim their prize, another name will be drawn. On Saturday night, the grand finale will be a $200 drawing!
This event was organized in 1989 to commemorate the Land Run Centennial and has continued every year since to promote and celebrate the role of the horse in the development of the great state of Oklahoma. From 1989-2000, the Oklahoma Centennial included Arabians, Morgans, American Saddlebreds, National Show Horses, Hackney/Harness Ponies and Roadsters. Since 2001, the Show includes the following breeds: American Saddlebreds, Morgans, Hackney/Harness Ponies and Roadsters. In 2010, Shetland Ponies were added to the schedule. It is the only multi-breed show of this size in Oklahoma and one of the top five Horse Shows annually at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds.