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TABLE OF CONTENTS 4

Officers and Directors Statement of Purpose

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Message from the President

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Front Cover Story

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2016 Horse Show Dates

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ASHAM Annual High Point Awards Offered

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Rules Governing the Scoring of High Point Awards

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2015 ASHAM High Points

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2014 Perpetual Trophy Winners

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ASHAM Charity Efforts and UPHA Exceptional Challenge Cup

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ASHAM Annual Awards Banquet

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Michigan Farm Directory

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Vendor Directory

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ASHAM Membership Directory


ASHAM OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS - 2016 John Fenger President 810-338-4352 johnffenger@aol.com Lindsey-Anne Gawthrop Secretary 248-890-6461 laliess@hotmial.com Holly Armstrong 810-599-0747 mrfsaddlebreds@gmail. com Gayle Biederman 810-659-9380 waterczar@comcast.net Sena Bowling 248-459-0059 senabowling@aol.com Margaret Chaaban 810-588-6621 chaabanm@comcast.net

Pat Vansickle Vice President 519-878-7988 patvansickle@hotmail.com

Dr. William Edgar Treasurer 810-280-5223 lizziejane@aol.com

Kelli Coates 810-275-427 akcoates@comcast.net

Sara Ressler 248-922-0148 saressler@aol.com

Angie DuBoise 819-814-3788 angie.diboise@att.net

Cindy Scoggin 248-227-7266 clscoggin525@gmail.com

Lauren Greenwald 281-224-8747 lmgreenwald@hotmail.com

Pamela Specht 810-577-6795 pamelaspecht@gmail. com

Jennifer Gulati 586-206-0487 whoaptrot@hotmail.com Jodi Higdon 810-938-5535 trainerjdh@aol.com

Stephanie Steele 313-550-1217 aggirl84@yahoo.com Erin Zissler 810-735-4473 erina8640@gmail.com

STATEMENT OF PURPORSE The Michigan Saddlebred Magazine is published annually by the American Saddlebred Horse Association of Michigan (ASHAM), a non-profit corporation, and is distributed to all members and to Saddlebred farms in Michigan, Ohio, Canada, as well as other states as supplies permit. Magazine Committee: John Fenger, Alexis Fenger, Pat Vansickle, Sena Bowling and Lauren Greenwald The Purpose of the Association shall be to promote interest in, and in the best interests of, the American Saddlebred Horse in the state of Michigan and elsewhere, through education of the virtues of this breed and improvement of the quality of the breed; support and promotion of exhibitions and shows; encouragement and assistance of owners of the breed in the care and training there of; stimulation, promotion, and encouragement of the interest of young people in the breed; cooperation with other organizations and individuals; promote and improve general equestrian activities; dissemination of cooperation, enjoyment, and good sportsmanship among members of the Association and others.

The Michigan Saddlebred Magazine has no subscribers and is published by a non-profit corporation as a club project. Approximately 500 copies are distributed. ASHAM is not responsible for errors or omissions. Copy and artwork are reproduced to the best of our ability and no guarantee is made to advertisers. Articles are accepted on a space available basis at the discretion of the Magazine Committee. Photos will be returned if specified with a return address provided on the back of the photo/ The front, back, front inside, and back inside covers are auctioned off each year at the Awards banquet. A 50% down payment is to be made at the time of the bid with the balance due by February 1st/. All advertising must be paid in advance.


A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT Dear Members and Friends Don’t look now, but it’s Show Time! We are very excited to announce that for 2016 the ASHAM Charity Fall Horse Show is now a point approved show for Mid-America Horse Show Association and the Illinois Saddlebred Pleasure Horse Association. We are looking forward to all the new riders from out of state. The ASHAM Charity Fall Horse show’s date this year is October 6th-8th, located in the heated Michigan State University Pavilion in East Lansing, Michigan. Therefore, no matter what the weather is outside, we will all be very comfortable. We will still have the same great stabling we have always had. For the last two years the show has in-crease in numbers and we hope this growth continues in 2016. Our sponsorships are so important this year. Please find the sponsorship form in the magazine or on the ASHAM website, www.asham.org. Please indicate the class or classes you wish to sponsor with your contributions. Remember your generous contributions are how we provide all the fun “extras” at our show! Thursday afternoon we are offering free subs, chips, and pop for our incoming exhibitors. We also have complimentary donuts and coffee every morning. Don’t forget our popular Exhibitor Fiesta Party Thursday evening after the classes. Friday night’s After Glow Party and our Exhibitor’s Lunch on Saturday. ASHAM is a great horse show because we all pull together and make everyone feel welcomed. We promise you will have fun! Come for a great horse show and a wonderful time, you will be glad you did. We had beautiful weather in 2015, making for a great horse show. We are hoping to an even bigger and better show in 2016! We rented lighting for the outside warm up ring and had many favorable comments about that. The exhibitor parties are exceptional. Thanks to everyone who helped behind the scenes and donated so much of their time to help the show run smoothly. With everyone’s contribution we were able to have a wonderful show and exhibitor parties! I would like to give a special thanks to Cindy Scoggin for all her hard work managing the show, you make the show great! Thanks to everyone for all they do. We were happy to choose “O.A.T.S.” as our philanthropic partners once again this year at the ASHAM horse show. O.A.T.S. is a local therapeutic riding center, whose wonderful and talented riders also come to compete at our horse show. Once again their riders were a class act as ASHAM. We were proud to host the UPHA Exceptional Challenge Cup qualifying class, which was a heartwarming experience for everyone as we watched so many smiles from the riders. We are looking forward to having them back in 2016 I’ve enjoyed serving on the board of ASHAM for the last two years as your President. I appreciate the help and support I had received over the years. Being a part of ASHAM has been wonderful. There are many great people and I have made so many new friends as well. I enjoy being with everyone from all the Michigan barns and consider all of you my friend. I am looking forward to 2016 and working with a wonderful group of board members; we have a great team and new faces ready to serve you. I would like to thank everyone who placed ads in the 2016 magazine, the money we make from the magazine helps pay for the year end annual meeting and awards banquet. Please continue to support ASHAM and our beautiful Saddlebred horses! I hope to see many of you at the shows this year. Good luck and have a great year showing!

John Fenger President

OUR MISSION Devoted to promoting amateur horsemanship and competition along with responsible breeding and training for the American Saddlebred


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2016 CALENDAR OF ASHAM HIGH POINT APPROVED HORSE SHOWS MJMHA Classic

Springfield Charity

April 22rd-24th, 2016 Ingham County Fairgrounds, Mason, MI

September 23rd-25th, 2016 Clark County Fairgrounds, Springfield, OH

Heartland Classic

Welcome to Summer Horse Show

Twin Rivers

Michigan Morgan Horse Breeder’s Futurity and Fall Horse Show September 16th-18th, 2016 Ingham County Fairgrounds, Mason, MI

May 6th-8th, 2016 Clark County Fairgrounds, Springfield, OH June 23rd-25th, 2016 Delaware County Fairgrounds, Delaware, OH

Crystal Horse Show

July 29th-30rd, 2016 Shiawassee County Fairgrounds, Shiawassee, MI

Ohio State Fair

Postponed until 2017 Ingham County Fairgrounds, Mason, MI

ASHAM Fall Charity October 6th-8th, 2016 Michigan State University Pavilion, Lansing MI

July 19th-22nd, 2016 Ohio State Fairgrounds, Columbus, OH

2016 CALENDAR OF POSSIBLE OUT-OF-STATE HORSE SHOWS Kentucky Spring Premier Horse Show

Syracuse International Horse Show

April 14th-16th, 2016 Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY

June 29th-July 2nd, 2016 New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse, NY

River Ridge Charity

Lexington Junior League Horse Show

Indianapolis Charity Horse Show

Dayton Horse Show

Delaware Riding Club Annual Charity

Kentucky State Fair World’s Championship

Rock Creek Horse Show

All American Horse Classic

April 27th-30th, 2016 Ohio State Fairgrounds, Columbus, OH June 1st-4th, 2016 Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis, IN June 4th-5th, 2016 Delaware, OH

July 4th-9th 2016, 2016 Red Mile, Lexington, KY August 3rd-6th, 2016 Dayton, OH

August 20th-27th, 2016 Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY

June 7th-11th, 2016 Rock Creek Riding Club, Louisville, KY

September 6th-10th, 2016 Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis, IN

Midwest Charity Horse Show

Kentucky Fall Classic

June 14th-18th, 2016 Illinois State Fairgrounds, Springfield, IL

October 5th-8th, 2016 Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY

Pink Ribbon Classic Charity Show

UPHA American Royal National Championships

July 28th-31st, 2016 Sunbeau Valley Farm, Ravenna, OH

Sept 8th-Nov 22nd, 2016 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO


ASHAM ANNUAL HIGH POINT AWARDS OFFERED

THE NATURAL PROGRESSION You say you’d like to own a horse? Just something you can ride, of course, Down wooded path, o’er hill and dale, So sensible, he’ll never fail.

Adult Three-Gaited Country Pleasure Adult Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Amateur Fine Harness A gentle horse, Black Beauty-like, Amateur Five-Gaited For the Safety of the little tikes. A family horse you’ll all enjoy, Amateur Park Horse Mom and Dad, your girl and boy. Amateur Three-Gaited Challenge of the Breed Open English Pleasure Or maybe one to pull a cart, Challenge of the Breeds Amateur Pleasure Then all could ride, he’d look so smart. And when the Summer’s gone away, Challenge of the Breeds Hunt Seat Walk and Trot Just think of the fun with bells and sleigh. Challenge of the Breeds Junior Exhibitor Challenge of the Breeds Saddle Seat Walk and Trot Or maybe, what you really need, Country Pleasure Driving Is a show horse, some truly flashing steed. One to bring great joy to you, Country Pleasure Hunt Seat Every time he wins a blue. Country Pleasure Hunt Seat Junior Exhibitor Country Pleasure Western And while your dreams are far afield, Imagination soars and senses reel, Five-Gaited Show Pleasure You see a black Bucephalus, Junior Exhibitor Five-Gaited Alexander’s horse, for you, a must! Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited Country Pleasure Or a Pegasus with golden wings Is really just the sort of thing... Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited Show Pleasure But wait, my friend, you’ve gone too far, Lead Line Equitation To dream of riding ‘mongst the stars. Open Fine Harness ASHAM ANNUAL HIGH POINT AWARDS OFFERED Open Five-Gaited Open Five Gaited Junior Exhibitor Three Gaited Show Pleasure Lead Line Equitation And what about the cost of all? You’ve had your dreams and what a ball, Open Parade Horse Five Gaited Five Gaited Show Pleasure Walk Any Seat But and timeTrot to Equitation get back down to earth Open Amateur Park Horse AndBreed pickOpen one English horse for your net worth. Junior Exhibitor Five Gaited Adult Three Gaited Country Pleasure Challenge of the Open Three-Gaited Pleasure Saddle Seat Equitation 13 and Under Cheer up, my friend, all is not lost, Open Three Gaited Junior Exhibitor Three Gaited Country Pleasure Challenge of the Breeds Amateur Pleasure You can have all your dreams in just one boss. Saddle Seat Equitation 14-17 Amateur Three Gaited Show Pleasure Driving Challenge of the Put your listBreeds asideJunior and itExhibitor its stead, Show Pleasure Driving getSaddle yourself Saddlebred! Junior Exhibitor Three Gaited Country Pleasure Driving Challenge of theJust Breeds SeataWalk Walk and Trot 11 and Under Saddle Seat and Trot 11 and Under Walk and Trot 11 and Under Hunt Seat David H. Bedell Open Park Horse Open Parade Horse Challenge of the Breeds Hunt Seat Walk ASHAM Awards Banquet – Dec. 4, 1994, Nov. 20, 1998 Walk and Trot Equitation Any Seat and Trot 11 and Under Amateur Park Horse

Country Pleasure Hunt Seat Junior Exhibitor

Open Fine Harness

Country Pleasure Western

Amateur Fine Harness

Saddle Seat Equitation 13 and Under

Adult Three Gaited Show Pleasure

Saddle Seat Equitation 14-17

RULES GOVERNING SCORING FOR HIGH POINT AWARDS RULES GOVERNING SCORING FOR HIGH POINT AWARDS BASIC PREMISE OF THE POINT SYSTEM: Premise Point System: The Basic basic premise of of thethe point system requires that all exhibitors competing for a given championship be afforded an equal opportunity to show. Classes do not meet not count. The which basic premise of therequirement point systemwill requires that all exhibitors competing for a given championship be afforded an equal opportunity to show. Classes which do not meet requirement will not count.

A. Regular Points: All classes fully comply with the championship specifications, which are open to all will be counted as regular points. A. Regular Points: All classes fully comply with the championship specifications, which are open to all will be counted as regular points.

B. Double Points: All Championship or Stake Classes that provide at least one qualifying class, will be awarded double points. B.

Double Points: All Championship or Stake Classes that provide at least one qualifying class, will be awarded double points.

C.

All ribbon winners will receive one point for every ribbon winner that places below them.

C. All ribbon winners will receive one point for every ribbon winner that places below them. D. Point Table. Placing

1st

Regular Points

10

Double Points

20

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

8

6

4

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12

8

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D. Point Table E. Special Consideration for Equitation: All classes, except championships, must be divided by age in accordance with the championship specifications. (Further division by age is acceptable as long as the division is within the age group specified for the championship.) Classes divided will be awarded Regular Points. E. Special Consideration for Equitation: All classes, except championships, must be divided by age in accordance with the champi-

onship specifications. (Further division by age is acceptable long as theDivision divisionwill is within age group for of the champiF. Winning to Count: Winning at all Michigan Shows offering a as Saddlebred countthe provided thatspecified the owner the horse or Equitation rider isdivided a member of awarded ASHAM, Regular in goodPoints standing, at the time points are won. onship.) Classes will be F. WinningEarnings: to Count: at all Michiganor Shows offering a Saddlebred Division willhave count provided thatatthe thetwo horse G. Minimum ToWinning qualify for Champion Reserve Champion the entrant must earned points noowner fewer of than shows. Where no Champion qualified, Reserve Champion willatbethe awarded. Where point count results in a tie, the award will be made to or Equitation rider is aismember ofno ASHAM, in good standing, time points areawon. the contestant having more blue ribbons. If this fails to break the tie, the award will be made to the contestant having earned points at the most shows. break the tie, the award will be made to the contestant having earned points at the most show. G. Minimum Earnings: To qualify for Champion or Reserve Champion the entrant must have earned points at no fewer than two shows. Where no Champion is qualified, no Reserve Champion will be awarded. Where a point count results in a tie, the award will be made to the contestant having more blue ribbons. If this fails to break the tie, the award will be made to the contestant having


2015 ASHAM HIGH POINT AWARDS Amateur Five-Gaited CH: Mein Lalique – Bill/Julie Edgar Open Three-Gaited CH: Tesoro – Bill Edgar

Country Pleasure Hunt Seat Junior Exhibitor CH: Paddyngtons Burning Desire – Olivia Byrd

Amateur Three-Gaited CH: Worthy’s Pure Love – Nancy Merlo

Country Western Pleasure CH: Partner In Crime – Mark Brough RCH: Turner Bay – Pamela Flory

Open Park CH: Thunder Crackin – Lauren Greenwald RCH: My Ultimatum – Mark Brough

Equitation 13 & Under CH: Carmen Gonzalez RCH: Madison Austin

Amateur Park CH: My Ultimatum – Mark Brough

Equitation 14-17 CH: Camryn Mallery RCH: Alissa Trinkle

Adult Three-Gaited Show Pleasure CH: Corner Stone – Robert and Pat VanSickle RCH: Undulatas Pretzel Logic – Alexis Fenger Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited Show Pleasure CH: Perfectas Perimo – Chabban Family Five-Gaited Show Pleasure CH: Better See It My Way – Sherry Frankel RCH: Meritage into the Dream – Erin Tribble Adult Three-Gaited Country Pleasure CH: Sable Mink – Erin Zissler RCH: Photo in the Park – Chaaban Family Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited Country Pleasure CH: How The West Was Won – Paddy Bates (Shown by Megan Szebleski) Open Parade Horse CH: Paddyngtons Mark of Distinction – Holly Armstrong Country Pleasure Hunt Seat CH: Casually Elegant – Donna Spears

Walk & Trot Equitation CH: Alexa Finley RCH: Alyssa Ethington Challenge of the Breeds Amateur Pleasure CH: Sable Mink – Erin Zissler Challenge of the Breeds Hunt Seat Walk & Trot CH: My Genie in a Bottle – Tom Sworm Stables Challenge of the Breeds Walk & Trot CH: Callaways Time to Dance – Lindsey/Maddie Montpas RCH: Superior Brilliance – Alyssa/Leslie Ethington


2015 ASHAM ACADEMY HIGH POINT AWARDS Academy WTC Horsemanship 13 & Under CH: Grace McEnrue

Academy Walk & Trot on the line 8 & Under CH: Avery Osborn

Academy Walk & Trot Horsemanship 11-13 CH: Cheyenne Mills

Academy Walk & Trot 11-13 CH: Cheyenne Mills

Academy Walk & Trot Horsemanship 10 & Under CH: Kamryn Smith RCH: Sydney Kekel

Academy WTC 13 & Under CH: Grace McEnrue

Academy Walk & Trot 9-10 CH: Kamryn Smith RCH: Sydney Kekel

2015 ASHA STATE PLEASURE HORSE AWARDS Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Adult Corner Stone Shown and Owned by Robert and Pat VanSickle

Three-Gaited Country Pleasure Adult Sable Mink Shown by Erin Zissler Owned by Walnut Hill Farm

Five-Gaited Show Pleasure Adult Better See it My Way Shown and Owned by Sherry Frankel and Winning Way

Country Pleasure Hunt Seat Casually Elegant Shown and Owned by Donna Spears

Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Junior Exhibitor Perfectas Perimo Shown by Jenna Chaaban Owned by Megan/Nicole/Jenna Chaaban Western Country Pleasure Partner in Crime Shown by Jennifer Brough Owned by Mark/Cassie Brough

Three-Gaited Country Pleasure Junior Exhibitor How the West Was Won Shown by Megan Szebleski Owned by Paddy Bates


2015 ASHAM HORSE SHOW PERPETUAL TROPHY WINNERS

Open Five-Gaited Championship

Amateur Five-Gaited Championship

Open Three-Gaited Championship

You Can Kall Me Lucky Sena Bowling Owned by: Saddlebred Rowe LLC

Callaway’s New Day Jocelyn Hagerman Owned by: Hagerman Farms LLC

Cary’s Blue Moon MBA Lauren Greenwald Owned by: OJI, LLC

Herbert Pedersen Perpetual Trophy Davis H. Bedell Perpetual Trophy

Francis Shook Perpetual Trophy Sheffield/ Mechling Perpetual Trophy

A.G. Brown Perpetual Trophy

Amateur Three-Gaited Championship

ASB Three-Gaited Show Pleasure, Junior Exhibitor

ASB Three-Gaited Park Championship

Prophet’s Song Camryn Silverton Owned by: Camryn Silverton Lee Shipman Perpetual Trophy

Clover Leaf’s Annie Rose Megan Gunderson Owned by: Taylor Gunderson

Full of Charm Julio Rodriguez Owned by: Marilyn Pacella Gwen Higdon Perpetual Trophy

Elizabeth Hensler Perpetual Trophy

Amateur Fine Harness Championship

Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving Championship

Platinum Moon Over Pluto Dr. J. R. Gallagher Owned by: Dr. J.R. Gallagher

Crystal Creek’s New Generation Sherry Frankel Owned by: SGF Winning Ways Farm

Eleanor Pederson Perpetual Trophy

Larry Schultz Perpetual Memorial Trophy

Equitation Championship Carmen Gonzalez riding The Ballroom Blitz Owned by: Jodi Higdon Mary Ellen Ennest Perpetual Trophy

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ASB Western Pleasure Championship Paddngtons Burning Desire Olivia Byrd Owned by: Olivia Byrd Robert Webber Perpetual Trophy


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2016 ASHAM Charity Efforts

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or the third consecutive year, ASHAM was proud to select OATS (Offering Alternative Therapy with Smiles) as our charity par tner for the 2015 fall horse show. Because of the wonderful suppor t of ASHAM sponsors as well as Michigan Saddlebred trainings barns, ASHAM was able to provide all stalls and bedding for the horses used by OATS riders. As ASHAM’s relationship with OATS has continued to flourish, many classes have been added to the shows program specifically for these riders, expanding the classes in both

English and Western divisions to cater to all of our riders. This year UPHA Exceptional Rider clas-ses were offered that drew riders not only from OATS but other barns as well. The required UPHA pattern was executed in all the classes as a critical aspect of qualifying for the national champion-ship at the American Royal. These required patterns add an extra challenge and create a reward-ing sense of accomplishment for each rider with encouragement and suppor t from the large crowd on hand. We were proud to host over a dozen riders who competed for ribbons in these classes and were


OATS Color Guard is opening the ASHAM Show

greeted . ASHAM is pleased with the continued growth of their charity effor ts and was able to present a significant donation to suppor t the OATS organization due to the success of the ASHAM Fall Show. Next year, it is expected the suppor t and collaboration with OATS will continue to grow even larger as ASHAM is looking forward to the new UPHA Exceptional Rid-er On-Lead class. These classes will qualify for the newly approved UPHA finals for this divi-sion. This will open the option for an even larger number of riders to compete and showcase their skills. Help OATS keep riders smiling. As a 501(c)3

OATS Team at the ASHAM horse show!

nonprofit organization, O.A.T.S. wouldn’t be pos-sible without the generous suppor t of the community. Ever mindful of the financial burden of caring for the disabled, O.A.T.S. has always strived to keep program costs low, making contri-butions from those outside of the organization critical to our present and future operation. Here are ways you can. Monetary donations, Volunteer, Donate your horse or pony, Sponsor an O.A.T.S. horse , Donate items for fundraising raffles and silent auctions.

Contact OATS at 248.620.1775 or visit their website http://www.oatshrh.org/


ASHAM AWARDS Friends, Awards, and Fun. A Night to Remember!


BANQUET January 9th 2016


The American Saddlebred Horse Association Of Michigan

ASHAM

"We don't build hope, we build futures" Become a Member/Supporter American Saddlebred Horse Association of Michigan receives no federal, state or local government funding. Funds for all of our expenses come from memberships and sponsors during the ASHAM Charity Fall Horse Show. We are very fortunate to have a dedicated and passionate all-volunteer crew so we don’t have to pay for staffing. Our Executive Directors and board members currently volunteer many hours of their time and many members volunteer during the show. However it takes more than just the dedication and passion of our volunteers to run an association. American Saddlebred Horse Association of Michigan relies on the generosity of our supporters to help us fulfill our mission of promoting the American Saddlebred horse. We have noticed a dramatic decline in our memberships and would like to address this ongoing reduction in our members by asking for your support. So we are beginning a new campaign. "We don't build hope, we build futures" The American Saddlebred Horse Association of Michigan works to promote the virtues of this breed of horse; to improve the quality of the breed; to support promotion of exhibitions and shows; to encourage and assist owners of the breed in the care and training thereof; to stimulate, promote and encourage the interest of young people in the breed; to cooperate with other organizations and individuals to promote and improve general equestrian activities; to disseminate relevant information; and to encourage the sociability, cooperation, enjoyment and good sportsmanship among members of the Association and others. Devoted to promoting amateur horsemanship and competition along with responsible breeding and training of the American Saddlebred. Our Mission Devoted to promoting amateur horsemanship and competition along with responsible breeding and training of the American Saddlebred. We are asking all our members to get the word out about our campaign and ask your friends, family, co-workers, teachers, businesses and other horse enthusiast to help support the beautiful American Saddlebred horse here in Michigan by becoming a member or making a donation. Small or large, each donation is greatly appreciated! Become a member today and show your support – Your contribution is important! Visit our website: www.asham.org


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AMERICAN SADDLEBRED AMBASSADOR PROGRAM The ASHA is excited to announce that the new “Breed Ambassador Program” was unanimously approved by the ASHA Board on May 11, 2015 The ASHA Breed Ambassador Program seeks to recognize and reward the many things members are already doing to introduce our beautiful horses to the non-Saddlebred public by giving points for activities like taking a Saddlebred to an open breed show, riding in parades, conducting a seminar, riding in organized all-breed trail rides, giving public riding lessons, holding camps, putting on shows, garnering media attention, and much more. We recognize that different methods work in different areas, and that not all regions have the same type of equine activities or even Saddlebred populations, but members are not limited by discipline or access to ASB-specific clubs or events. Additionally, there will be Breed Ambassadors in three different categories: Individual, Barn Group, or Charter Club. The ASHA Charter Clubs, both nationally and abroad, have agreed to collect the data in December of each year, and Regional Champions and Reserve Champions in each of the categories will be named for each ASHA Region. The highest point earners from among the Regional Champion Breed Ambassadors will be named World Champion and Reserve World Champion Breed Ambassadors at the 2016 ASHA Convention. Participants need not register in advance or be a charter club member, although it is encouraged for the participants to contact their closest charter club to confirm participation and for charter clubs to reach out to the area Saddlebred owners to collect information. Breed Ambassadors must be members of the ASHA. The ASHA and Charter Clubs are seeking donations of items of value to help reward our new Ambassadors. ASHA is a 501c3, and the donors will be named in press releases, social media, and on the website. Read more: www.asha.net—MEDIA & EVENTS or contact Brenda Newell, b.newell@asha.net (859) 259-3886. ASHA ANNOUNCES THE ASHA BREED AMBASSADOR AWARD WINNERS The American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) is please to announce the inaugural ASHA Breed Ambassador Award winners. The ASHA Breed Ambassador Award was designed to recognize those actively promoting the American Saddlebred throughout the year. The ASHA Breed Ambassador Award program recognizes high point winners in ten regions and Europe in three divi-sions: Individual, Barn and Charter Club, as well as a World Champion and Reserve World Champion in each division. Winners are chosen by high point scores, where points are awarded for various activities that promote the American Saddlebred. The compe-tition year for this program was January 1-December 21. The World Champion and Reserve World Champion winners will be rec-ognized this year at the ASHA Awards Luncheon on Thursday, February 11, 2016 during the 2016 Super Convention which is being held at the Westin Boston Waterfront in Boston, MA. 2015’S REGION 8 WINNERS INCLUDE:

ASHAM is proud to recognize the hard work and dedication of “Marcus & Holly” along with “Executive Farms Tall Tails Youth Group”. ASHAM salutes both teams in their efforts of being a wonderful ambassador of the American Saddlebred Horse, and Michigan Saddlebred . We are looking forward to many more riders and barns participating in this new program.


Reserve World Champion Individual Ambassador Award Region 8 Holly Armstrong & Paddyngton’s Mark of Distinction had a busy year shar-ing our wonderful American Saddlebred horses to the public, earning them the Reserve World Champion Individual Ambassador Award. Holly and Marcus took it out of the show ring to promote “fall in Love with the American Saddlebred” to thousands. Besides their busy show sched-ule, and Marcus’s fame of being a Breyer Horse model with many meet and greets at many of the shows, they also participated and performed at Ex-pos, Parades, media press releases, TV interviews and had the honor of making Michigan History with the christening of the new MI State Fair Are-na, with Marcus being the Fair’s Ambassador Horse, doing daily demonstra-tions and several days of introducing the American Saddlebred to thou-sands. Back again to Breyerfest in Lexington, KY for a weekend full of sharing the American Saddlebred to a stadium packed full of adoring fans and horse lovers! Holly has taken several of her Saddlebreds to open shows, showing the versatility of the breed, and has done several Parades, including the Na-tionally televised America’s Thanksgiving Parade, where the American Saddlebreds were exposed to Millions!! Holly and Marcus would like to thank American Saddlebred Association of Michigan for their continued support. They look forward to another eventful year in 2016, and are honored to be able to share such an incredible breed to so many.

Champion Barn Ambassador Award Region 8 Executive Farms/Tall Tails Youth Club We participated in the linden homecoming and Christmas parades. Hosted several fun horse shows and open horse shows. Demonstrating to the public our American Saddlebreds by putting on two day camps for the public. Our group participated at a open horse show hosted by MJMHA. We ran a girl scout troop, to their specs. and also put on three birthday parties. Making sure all special awards we won on the American Saddlebreds we shown in the local newspaper. Like year end awards, Region 8 win-ners. Our lessons are active in several disciplines. Western, hunt seat, gymkhana and therapeutic lesson program. QUESTIONS?: (859) 259-2742 . FAX (859) 259-1628 . saddlebred@asha.net . www.saddlebred.com


IMPORTANT SADDLEBRED NEWS ASHA Members�i� Ru�e ���n�e� E�ec�ve December 1, 2015

Published Date: Nov 19, 2015 

Beginning December 1, 2015, owners, trainers, riders, drivers and handlers of horses compe�ng at USEF licensed  compe��ons in all American Saddlebred sec�ons must be current compe�ng members in good standing with the  American Saddlebred Horse Associa�on (ASHA). See USEF Rule‐SB101 Eligibility.  Please go to www.saddlebred.com to join or renew your ASHA membership today. 

USEF Announces New Equine ��ccin��on Ru�e RELEASE: November 12, 2015 AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: USEF �ommunic��ons De��r�men�

Lexington, Ky. – In January, the USEF Board of Directors approved an addi�on to  the rule book, which outlines equine vaccina�on requirements at licensed com‐ pe��ons. Beginning December 1, 2015, all horses entering the grounds of a Fed‐ era�on‐ licensed compe��on must be accompanied by documenta�on of Eq‐ uine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumoni�s) vaccina�ons  within six months prior to entering the stables.    Due to several high profile Equine Herpes (EHV) outbreaks in recent years that  have involved the neuropathic strain of the virus (equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy‐EHM),  some compe��ons have placed vaccina�on requirements on their compe�tors that go beyond most  accepted medical opinions and raise concern that unnecessary requirements can poten�ally put a  horse at risk. The intent of this rule is to ensure that all licensed compe��ons comply with the vac‐ cina�on guidelines for Equine Influenza and Equine Herpes (Rhinopneumoni�s) published by the  American Associa�on of Equine Prac��oners (AAEP). These guidelines are reviewed by infec�ous  disease experts regularly, and recommend vaccina�ng compe��on horses at six‐month intervals for  both equine influenza (flu) and rhinopneumoni�s (EHV‐1 and EHV‐4). There is not a vaccine that  protects against EHM.     Intended to promote proper vaccina�on protocols, this rule does not an�cipate an increased work‐ load for compe��on management. The flu vaccina�on informa�on can be added to the documenta‐ �on already required by most compe��ons: a horse�s health cer�ficate and a nega�ve coggins test.    Read �R845 in its en�rety (Next Page)    If you have ques�ons regarding �R845 please contact the USEF Drugs � Medica�ons department at  medequestrian@aol.com or 800‐633‐2472.  www.usef.org  


IMPORTANT SADDLEBRED NEWS ���45 Equine Vaccina�on �ule  1. �t �edera�on licensed compe��ons, horses entering the grounds must be accompanied by  documenta�on of Equine In�uen�a Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (�hinopneumoni�s� vaccina‐ �ons within six months prior to entering the stables.  Horses not in compliance with this rule  may be required to leave the compe��on grounds upon request by Compe��on �anagement.   �ocumenta�on should consist of one of the following methods men�oned below. �he frequen‐ cy of vaccine administra�on should be per the vaccine manufacturers’ or veterinarian’s recom‐ menda�ons. It is recommended that vaccines are administered by or under the direc�on of a  veterinarian.  2. In the case of vaccines administered by a veterinarian, the exhibitor, upon request by Compe‐ ��on �anagement, must provide documenta�on from the veterinarian on documen�ng that  the horse in ques�on received the vaccina�ons; name of the vaccines and date of vaccine ad‐ ministra�on.  3. In the case of vaccines administered by a person other than a veterinarian, the exhibitor, up‐ on request by Compe��on �anagement, must provide a receipt of the vaccine purchase which  is signed by the owner, or agent with care, custody, and control of the horse; name, serial num‐ ber and expira�on date of the vaccine; and date of vaccine administra�on.    4. In the case of a horse that is unable to receive either of the vaccina�ons due to a history of  adverse reac�ons, the exhibitor, upon request by Compe��on �anagement, must provide a  le�er from the veterinarian on o�cial le�erhead sta�ng that the horse in ques�on cannot be  vaccinated due to medical concerns and a log of temperatures taken twice daily for the seven  days prior to entering the compe��on grounds.  �hese horses must also have their temperature  taken and logged twice daily while on the compe��on grounds.  �he log of temperatures should  be provided to the Compe��on �anagement, steward, or technical delegate when requested.  5. Compe��on �anagement may not amend or enhance vaccina�on requirements without pri‐ or approval of the Veterinary Commi�ee. ��� 1/1�/15 E�ec�ve 12/1/15. 

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