NTASHA will be collecting data in December to name the first Region 4 ASHA Breed Ambassadors! All the many things you do to put American Saddlebreds in front of the public are worth points...and recognition! Activities like taking your ASB to an all-breed show or parade are worth points, as is hosting a clinic or horse show. You may have spoken about Saddlebreds on TV or in front of a school group! The ASHA wants to say "Thank You," so start keeping track! Ambassadors will be named in three categories: Individual Ambassador, Barn Group, and Charter Club. World's Champion Breed Ambassadors will be the high point earners from all of the ASHA Regions, and will be honored at next year's national convention!
Promoting Saddlebreds in North Texas
The NTASHA club is a group of volunteers who love the American Saddlebred Horse and are committed to sharing this great breed with others in our area. Encouraging newcomers to visit their local stables and attend Texas Saddlebred shows is the best way to spread the word, so we've worked hard to join with the other Texas Charter Clubs and the United Professional Horseman's Association to host, advertise, and support area horse shows. If you'd like to join in the effort, click here for SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION, here to JOIN, OR send financial support anytime of year to NTASHA, Sandee Razminas, treasurer, 1732 Steamboat, Plano, TX 75025.
NEXT MEETING: OCTOBER 14, 6:30 p.m. at Mill-Again Stables
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DId you know...
Most of the Confederate Army and many of the Union generals rode "Kentucky Saddlers," the precursors to our modern-day American Saddlebred Horses! Read morehere.