The My Meadows program
My Meadows Provides A Safe Haven For Our Horses
The My Meadows program is offered by the ASHA in order to encourage members to volunteer to provide a “safety net” for horses they bred or owned. This program allows anyone who is either the breeder or a previous owner of a registered American Saddlebred horse to record their name and contact information with the American Saddlebred Registry. Then, if the horse should ever become unwanted, the individual with custody of the horse may visit the horse’s page on the ASHA website by Searching Registered American Saddlebreds, to see if My Meadows enrollment has been indicated.
By clicking on the My Meadows symbol on the horse’s page, a link will then take you to the contact information for the individual that has agreed to provide help for the horse. From there, the options are up to the person who has signed up for the My Meadows program for that horse; options may include taking the horse back, recommending or facilitating adoption or placement of the horse, or providing funds for care of the horse. The person who has signed up for the My Meadows program for that horse is not obligated to help (the person may or may not be in a position to help, depending on their circumstances at the time of the request).
Enrollment in the My Meadows program is easy on the ASHA website. Go to Manage My Meadows on your "My Membership" page to list horses that you would like to assist. There is no charge for My Meadows enrollment. Any member who is the breeder or a prior owner of a horse(s) may record their contact information in the My Meadows program for specified horses in their membership records. Also, a member can delete or remove their name from the My Meadows program at any time without charge.
The ASR and ASHA will have no involvement in the outcome of any horses involved in the My Meadows program. If an ASHA member who is not either the breeder or a previous owner of a registered American Saddlebred is interested in volunteering to sign up for the My Meadows program with respect to a particular horse, the application will need to be reviewed and approved by the ASHA’s Equine Welfare Committee. The ASR and the ASHA do not warrant or guarantee the health, soundness or suitability of any horse in the My Meadows program.
For more information, please contact Lisa Duncan (ASR Registrar) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-475-1464.
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