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ASHA Youth

ASR Futurity Feature Week

Sharing Saddlebred Prize Program Success Stories

Learn more about the amazing horses, dedicated breeders, and uplifting success stories from the profitable and exciting American Saddlebred Registry Prize Programs! 

 

 

 

 

2020 First Time Breeder Program

2020 First Time Breeder Promotion Program

18 Stallions Available to First Time Breeders for Free! 

Find Out More Information Today!  

Learn more about the magnificent American Saddlebred.

Find an American Saddlebred barn in your area.

COVID-19 ASHA Updates

ASHA COVID-19 Resource Page 

ASHA COVID-19 Updates & Resources Page 

Learn more about the CDC recommendation.

Find COVID-19 Resources from USEF.

JLC Cares COVID-19 Resource Center

Joint Leadership Council's JLCcares.com

Resource Center for COVID-19 Resources and Relief Effort Information 

Visit JLCcares.com today to get and give help to the trotting breed community impacted by the coronavirus.

Donate to the JLC Horsemen's Relief Fund 

Find more information on federal and local coronavirus relief aid

Start Your Saddlebred Story Today

Discover the Horse America Made

Proud. Beautiful. Versatile. Athletic.

From the elite competitor to the backyard companion the horse for you is the American Saddlebred. 

Discover your joy and start your Saddlebred Story today. 

Learn more about the magnificent American Saddlebred.

Find an American Saddlebred barn in your area.

PARTNERS FOR THE RIDE

ASHA Saddle Time

ASHA Saddle Time

This is an incentive-based program that rewards youth with gifts and recognition for spending quality hours in the saddle.

How it works

Partcipants keep track of the time they spend riding. Owning a horse is not a requirement to participate. Special Saddle Time awards will be given when you complete various hour levels. For example, riders will receive a patch and a lapel pin once 50 hours of riding has been completed; a patch and shirt when after 150 hours; a patch and a tote bag when once 200 hours is completed; and additional gifts and recognition as Saddle Time hours accumulate. Hours count in the following activities: trail riding, lessons, parades, drill team and non-USEF recognized events and shows (a 4-H show is a good example).

Saddle Time Rules

  • Must be a current and active member of ASHA.
  • Levels one through three do not have to be accumulated on American Saddlebreds.
  • Levels four through six must be earned on registered American Saddlebreds.
  • Time recorded begins upon ASHA's receipt of enrollment fee. There is no time limit as long as membership stays active.
  • Hours are recorded on the official hours log report by the honor system.
  • Hours required for each award are cumulative.
  • Ownership of horse is not required.
  • Hours will count in the following activities: trail riding, lessons, parades, drill teams and non-recognized events/shows.
  • Hours will not count in the following activities: USEF recognized events/shows, competitive trail rides, endurance rides, driving, grooming and hot walking.

Saddle Time Awards 

  • 20 hours: patch and certificate
  • 50 hours: patch and lapel pin
  • 100 hours: patch and cap
  • 150 hours: patch and shirt
  • 200 hours: patch and tote bag
  • 250 hours: patch and award with short story and photo in ASHA youth newsletter, Junior Junction

Download ASHA Saddle Time Application

2020 Saddletime Achievements