ASHA Regional Championships

ASHA REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

American Saddlebred Horse Association Regional Championships have been a part of the Association's ongoing efforts to improve public education about the breed as well as to increase competitive opportunities for all levels throughout the nation.

The first American Saddlebred Horse Association Regional Champions were named from the Northeastern Regions, made up of United States Equestrian Federation Regions 11 and 12, at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show in Harrisburg in October 2005. The ASHA Northeastern Region included states from Virginia to Maine. With more than 30,000 spectators annually and as the largest multi-breed indoor horse show in the country, the Pennsylvania National Horse Show provided the perfect showcase for the breed and the inaugural Regional Championships.

During the year that followed, ASHA began developing Regional Championships for all 12 of the USEF Saddlebred Regions. From 2006 through 2010, designated Regional Championship competitions were held throughout the United States. The final Regional Championships were held in 2010. 

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2010 Regional Champions

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2009 Regional Champions

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 2008 Regional Champions 

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2007 Regional Champions 

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2006 Regional Champions



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