A BIG Thank You to everyone who worked so heard to make the 2013 NTASHA-UPHA Fall Classic Horse Show a huge success! We had 65-70 more horses than last year, a wonderful kick-off concert, fun fashion show and exhibitors' party, plenty of people in the stands, and classes filled with wonderful high-quality horses and riders! Equest Therapeutic Riders put on a grand drill team presentation on Saturday night, the grounds were alive with exhibitors sporting NTASHA T-shirts, and even the weather cooperated.
We are very much looking forward to our 2014 show, which will be back at the Will Rogers on October 2-5. If you have ideas or can volunteer your services to make next ear's show even better, please send an e-mail to Brent Cowan.
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.
OUR SHOW SUPPORTS
October 10, 7:00, Mill-Again Stables
LEARN MORE ABOUT SADDLEBREDS...
SEE HOW IT FEELS TO RIDE A WORLD'S GRAND CHAMPION GAITED HORSE AT LOUISVILLE!
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.
Our popular calendars are better than ever, and available for purchase. Stop by Mill-Agains to pick up your copy for $15, or CLICK HERE to visit our on-line store and make your purchase using Paypal. These make terrific Christmas presents and will be loved by horse lovers, whether they have a Texas Saddlebred or not!