Devoted to promoting amateur horsemanship and competition along with responsible breeding and training of the American Saddlebred
Dates To Remember
Fall Charity Horse Show
October 6-8, 2022
at Michiana Event Center, Shipshewana, IN
Horse Show News!
ASHAM has a block of rooms reserved for the show. Mention American Horse Association of Michigan to get the discounted rate. - Hampton Inn & Suites Middlebury 105 Crystal Heights Blvd., Middlebury, IN 46540
Many of the local hotel rooms are booking up fast due to an event going on in town on the 6th. You can check with the other hotels to see if they still have any rooms available. You may want to reserve your room soon now. Thank you
ASHAM Show Update:
*Stall Mats are available during the show at $80.00 each.
Orders must be placed by September 29, 2022
Please contact Cindy Scoggin to order firstname.lastname@example.org Phone number 248-227-7266.
*Shavings will be available for purchase on the show grounds and can be ordered through the stabling manager. No outside shavings are allowed. We are offering pre-bedding of stalls. $12. per stall. Please contact Bill Tressler to make arrangements and let him know the stalls you want done. (517) 521-3515 or by email at email@example.com.
You can visit www.asham.org for all the latest information on the show.
*Note: Any additional shavings that are not ordered ahead of time through the stabling manager and purchased after arrival will be $10.00.
*Arrivals, Horses will be admitted after 10 a.m. on Tuesday October 4th. For special needs contact stabling manager, Bill Tressler at (517) 521-3515 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click below for the 2022 Trifold class list, Prize list, Blank entries form and Sponsorship letter.. (If printing the Trifold: Print Landscape, 2-sided, along short edge.)
Show News: Entries should be sent to: Patti Schooley, 132 Brainard Drive Boardman, OH 44512, (724) 730-1503
Must Still Contact Stabling Manager - for stalls: Bill Tressler (517) 521-3515 Email: Hevonen@fnwusers.com
Thursday 9:00 am Session
Class 23 Jr/Limit Hackney Pony
Class 23.1 Western Equipment
Thursday 6:00 pm Session
Class 45 ADHHA Open In Hand
Friday 9:00 am Session
Class 65.1 Novice Road Pony to Bike
Class 66 Ranch Rail Pleasure
Class 67 Ranch Pattern
The Midwest Show Horse Directory
Advertising and barn placement:
Any riders, barns and businesses are welcome to advertise.
Click on the MHSD Form Below for more information.
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Thank you to our 2022 sponsors!
Cameron Byford - Coffee and pastries every morning
Marvin Scramlin/Scramlin Feeds - Wednesday evening Trainer & Grooms Welcome Dinner
Taylor Creek Stables - Thursday evening Pies and Refreshments
• Friday evening Taco Dinner
Jennifer Gulati - Michigan Wagon
Fenger Family - Glass Vases - Adult Championship Classes
Fantastic Beasts Equestrian Group, L.L.C. - Academy Division
ASHAM Charity Horse Show
Put on a multi-breed charity horse show. The horse show provides an avenue for amateur athletes to participate and compete. This promotes the growth of the horse industry in Michigan, as well as stimulating the travel and restaurant business in Michigan. Local charities benefit from the fund raising.
Midwest Show Horse Directory
The American Saddlebred Horse Association of Michigan (ASHAM) published the Midwest Show Horse Directory. This annual promotional directory is distributed to members, advertisers, and suppliers to the horse industry. This promotes our amateur athletes and their accomplishments. As well as spreading information and knowledge of the horse industry in Michigan and the midwest.
Year end awards are presented ath the annual banquet. High point awards are given for amateur competition inboth show and academy levels. Points are accumulated from participate in Michigan horse shows with saddlebred classes. This stimulates competition throughout the state, promoting the Michigan horse industry.
ASHA Charter Clubs Region 8
The American Saddlebred Horse Association’s worldwide network of more than 50 Charter Clubs enriches the American Saddlebred experience for members. Clubs promote American Saddlebreds at the local level and help newcomers to learn more about the breed, as well as offering many equine and social activities for their members’ education and enjoyment.