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AAHA 2017 SUMMER HORSE SHOW

Thursday, June 8 to Sunday, June 11, 2017
Calnash Trucking Ag-Event Center
Ponoka, Alberta.

  • Arabian and HA/AA Arabian Classes
  • Alberta Classic Classes for American
  • Saddlebred Horses
  • All Breed Classes

Judge Aurora Performance, Halter & Equitation - Mike Budd
Judge Aurora Working Hunter and Jumper - Tracey Dopko
Judge Aurora Sport Horse & Dressage - Kim Vos
Judge Aurora Working Western - Mike Budd
Judge American Saddlebred and All Breed Classes - Karen Homer-Brown
Steward - Bonnie Webb

The Sport Horse and Dressage Judge for the upcoming Aurora Show has changed. Due to personal family reasons Karen Ashbee will not be judging. In her place the Aurora Show Committee has booked Kim Vos of Fox Horse Sports from Cochrane. Kim is a medium level dressage Judge as well as certified level 3 dressage instructor. Kim will judge all the sport horse and dressage classes at the 2017 Aurora Arabian Horse Show.

Aurora Prize List - Click here
Aurora Tentative Schedule - Click here
Aurora Entry Form - Click here
American Saddlebred and All Breed Horses Entry Form - Click here
Aurora RV Registration - Click here

Added classes:

  • 196A All Breed In-Hand Trail Open
  • 197 All Breed Adult Showmanship AATH 19 Years & Older

Changed Classes will now be:

  • 507 All Breed Walk/Trot All Disciplines 11 & Under
  • 509 All Breed Walk/Trot Equitation All Disciplines 11 & Under
  • 516 All Breed Walk/Trot All Disciplines 11 & Under Stake

"Ice Cream Social” on Friday afternoon in the main barn, sponsored by Redco - Kevin and Leigh Johnston.

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Note that RV parking is $30 per night per serviced spot .

AAHA HORSE SHOW HOST HOTEL

Western Budget call - 1-403-783-8382

CALNASH TRUCKING AG-EVENT CENTER NOTICE

DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE ARENA OR BARN AREAS, THEY ARE ONLY ALLOWED ON THE GROUNDS ON A LEASH.

ARE YOU PREPARED FOR SHOW SEASON?

Renew your AHA Membership and Competition Card to be eligible to compete in AHA recognized events. The Competition Card also includes $1 million in personal excess liability insurance coverage so its great for non-competitors too! Be sure to complete your horse registration transfers to show in specific owner divisions.

Questions? Call or email your AHA Customer Service Representative today at 1-303-696-4500, Option 2 or info.registry@arabianhorses.org.

 

 

AAHA 2017 SUMMER HORSE SHOW PROGRAM

Check out the 2017 Aurora Summer Horse Show Program. Includes Tentative Schedule of Classes; Exhibitor and Class Information - Click here

AAHA 2017 SUMMER HORSE SHOW FRIDAY EVENING SCHEDULE

Due to the large number of Dressage entires at the 2017 Aurora Summer Horse Show (which we are very pleased about), there will not be a 2 HOUR break in between the end of the Dressage classes and the beginning of Friday evening classes. With that said, the Friday evening classes WILL NOT START BEFORE 6:30pm but we are hoping to start as soon as possible after that time. The show committee will make an announcement regarding the start time as soon as it can be determined.

We are anticipating a fantastic horse show (160 horses entered) and are looking forward to next weekend!!

Kim Kelemen
2017 Aurora Horse Show Chairperson.

AAHA 2017 SUMMER HORSE SHOW SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE

We have a very attractive sponsorship package for your review and hope you see the benefit of getting behind an event such as this.

Please consider supporting youth and amateur sport and competition at our event.

Should you have any questions regarding sponsorship, please feel free to contact Leigh Johnston at 780-920-4163 or email leighjohnston5@gmail.com.

Thank you for your consideration.

AAHA 2017 SUMMER HORSE SHOW VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Please indicate your preferred positions and the time you would be available to volunteer. Any amount of time you can spare is very much appreciated.

The following positions are currently needed:

  • Set up and tear down of jump equipment (Thursday).
  • Pick up and return of dressage equipment.
  • Set up of dressage arena (Thursday night).
  • Tear down of dressage arena (Friday after completion of dressage).
  • Scribe for sport horse in hand (Saturday morning).
  • Scribe for jumping (Thursday afternoon).

The following positions are filled for each session (as required). The sessions are: Thursday afternoon, Friday morning, Friday afternoon, Friday evening, Saturday morning outside (sport horse in hand), Saturday morning inside, Saturday afternoon, Saturday evening, Sunday morning outside (trail), Sunday morning inside, Sunday afternoon.

Ringmaster (some experience required), Hitching Ring/In gate, Outgate, Ribbon presenter

If you are interested in volunteering or know someone who is available to volunteer, please contact Karen Carruthers at karen@whispersfromhorses.ca or kcshane@telus.net or on her cell 780-405-1449.

WHAT KIND OF MEMBERSHIP DO YOU NEED?

In order to compete at AHA Recognized Shows, a rider/driver/handler, recorded owner, and trainer must hold a current AHA Membership along with a Competition Card (if a farm, ranch, or business is listed as the owner a Business membership is required) or obtain a Single Event membership. Single Event Memberships are not permitted for AHA Regionals and/or AHA National Shows. Member rules are found in Chapter 7, MEM 105 of the current AHA Handbook.

 

SPRING FLING ALL BREEDS HORSE SHOW

Friday, Apri 21 to Sunday, April 23, 2017
Calnash Trucking Ag-Event Cente
Ponoka, Alberta
www.springflingshow.ca

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SPRING FLING REGION 4/5 QUALIFIER

Saturday, May 6, 2017
Highland Park
Sherwood Park, Alberta
www.springflingshow.ca

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The Arabian Horse events are published at Discover Arabian Horses.com. Check out their website at the link below.

Click here.

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IMPORTANT QUALIFICATION REMINDER

In addition to points, you can qualify for Regionals by winning a first or second place at an AHA Recognized local show.

Remember, when qualifying for an Amateur (AT) or Amateur Owner (AO) class, you cannot use points and/or a first or second place obtained by a Professional. To compete in an AT class, an Amateur must have earned the qualifications, and in an AO class, the Amateur Owner must have obtained the qualifications. You may use AT and AO qualifications for an Open class.

Qualifications for Nationals are determined by:

  • Points or Qualifying Scores.
  • A Top Five from Regional Championship classes or East Coast or Pacific Slope Championship classes.
  • A Top Six from East or West Canadian Breeders Championship classes.