December, 2017


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This publication can serve AHA Region 15, 16 and North Carolina (Region 12).
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Region 1  


HORSE SHOW January 19-21, 2018 
Arabian and Half Arabian Horse Show 
Sport Horses, Dressage, Youth, Amateur, Main Ring, 
Trail, Western Dressage and Ranch Horse Pleasure 
Special Awards for: High Score Dressage Horse & High Score Sport Horse 

Qualifying Show for Region 1, Region 2, 
Pacific Slope US, Canadian, Youth & Sport Horse Nationals 
Watch for Show Premium Soon 
For more information contact: 
Show Manager, Kay Kelley 909.234.6913 
Show Secretary, Nancy Harvey 626.355.9101 
Rancho California Arabian Horse Association will be holding their spring show on March 29 to April 1, 2018 RCAHA & AHASJV, Region 1 & 2 qualifiers with Region 2 Dressage and Sport Horse Championships. LAEC, Burbank. Show Secretary is Janet Dunlap janet.dunlap4@gmail.com
Region One would like to wish all of the Arabian World a Happy Christmas and a very Merry New Year! May 2018 be the best year ever for all of you!

Region 2

We would like to send our thoughts and prayers to all those affected by the fires in Southern California.
January 6                  
The Region 2 Delegates meeting will be held in Bakersfield at Hodel's.  Please contact Shawna McCune for more information .  smccune@bak.rr.com
January 19 - 21       
The Arabian Horse Association of San Fernando Valley and Southern California Half Arabian Association will be holding a Region 1-Region 2 qualifying show in Burbank, at Los Angeles Equestrian Center.  Contact Nancy Harvey at Nharvey440@aol.com  for more information
March 29 - April 1    
The Arabian Horse Association of San Joaquin Valley and Rancho California Arabian Horse Association will be holding a Region 1-Region 2  Qualifying show in Burbank, at Los Angeles Equestrian Center.  Contact Janet Dunlap at
March 31 - April 1    
Region 2 and the Arabian Horse Association of San Joaquin Valley and Rancho California Arabian Horse Association will be hosting the Region 2 Sport Horse and Dressage Championships in Burbank at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center.  Please contact Janet Dunlap for more information at Janet.Dunlap4@gmail.com

Region 3

Wine Country Arabian Horse Association sent 3 Delegates to the annual AHA convention in Denver, Colorado, Debbie Wiegmann, Patti Belanger, Susan Noonan. We all had a great time, attended a lot of meetings and came back with a lot of ideas and activities for our club in 2018.   The best part of Convention was that our club won the 2017 AHA Club of the Year Award, along with winning the Membership Recruitment and the Club Projects Award. We are so proud of all our directors, members and everyone who has supported us. This was such an awesome evening for our club which we started only 3 years ago.   
Last year we held a coat drive and collected over 250 coats for the Homeless in our area, this year we are hosting a toy drive for the holidays. So many lost their homes during the Wildfires, that swept through our area. If you are in Sonoma County and have New toys to donate please contact us at  707-321-7060.

Our Holiday party will be  December 10 held at the Flamingo Inn in Santa Rosa, beautiful Buffet, we  will have our Raffle, entertainment, and  great friends.  Coming in 2018 we plan to roll out our Year End Awards Program.  Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  
Visit  www.winecountryarabians.com  for more information on all of our activities.

Mother Lode AHA announces their annual Fuzzy Wuzzy Open Schooling Show on March 18 featuring a new location at Triple Crown Equestrian Center in Lincoln, CA. High point buckles will be awarded to Jr. and Sr. amateur exhibitors. Also watch for new class list featuring ranch horse pleasure and more amateur to handle classes. This facility offers exhibitors covered main ring and warm up ring plus ample easy access parking. Watch for prize list to be released soon.

GOLDEN GATE AHA will hold it's 62nd Arabian and Half-Arabian Horse Show, a Region 3 Qualifier, at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds on March 31 and April 1, 2018. The Board is very excited to invite all exhibitors and the public to join us for 2-days of fun at one of the friendliest horse shows in the Bay Area. This year, 10% of all proceeds will be donated to victims of the terrible October fires that devastated so much of Northern California, through the Redwood Credit Union where 100% of all donations help folks in need. 
Golden Gate AHA is Sonoma Strong and we hope you will join us helping others by attending our show.
New Classes, Fun Activites, Prizes & Awards:
  • AAOTR & JOTR - Hunter & Western Pl - PB Arabians & HA
  • 50 & Over AAOTR - Hunter & Western Pl - PB Arabians & HA
  • Ranch Riding
  • Fun Classes - "Texting While Trotting" and "Wheelbarrow Races"
  •                     ****JACKPOT CLASSES****
  • 50 & Over AATR - Hunter & Western Pl - PB Arabians & HA - "Winner Take All" Jackpot class
  • Pro-Am - "Winner Take All" Jackpot class
  • Liberty - "Winner Take All" Jackpot class
  •                        ****GARLANDS****
  • Every Main Ring CH will be awarded a beautiful GGAHA Garland
  •                          ****TROPHIES****
  • Sport Horse CH will be awarded a handsome trophy
  • Founder's Perpetual Memorial Trophy in Memory of Vernon F. Dwelly - Western Pl CH
  • Perpetual Trophy in Memory of Michael & Margaret Isetta - PB Arabian Mare CH
  • Sha-Heme++ Perpetual Trophy - PB Arabian Western Pl CH, AATR
  • Art Shepherd Youth Sportsmanship Award
  •                        ****ACTIVITIES****
  • Make Your Easter Bonnet Contest
  • For early arrivals on Friday - Pizza Night
  • Saturday Night BBQ sponsored by Jesse Saldana Training Center & Board of GGAHA
  • Silent Auction Table

Region 5
Upcoming Events and Meetings in Region 5: 
Year End Awards Banquet
Don't forget to Register for the Year End Awards banquet.  All registrations are due by December 27, 2017. The Banquet will be held on Saturday January 13th at the Emerald Queen Casino in Fife. We will be doing our Dessert Dash again with all proceeds going to the Arabian Horseman Distress Fund. Here is the link to the registration form:   https://www.regionv.com/images/2017_Region_5_High_Point_Banquet_Registration.pdf
Region 5 Youth Meeting
The first youth meeting will be held a few hours prior to the banquet on Saturday January 13th at 3:30 pm. Join your youth coordinators and Region 5 Youth Board for a brainstorming and planning session of activities for the year. All ideas are welcome.... please join us and share yours.
Region 5 Board Meting
The board meeting will be on Sunday January 14th at Noon in the Issaquah area.  Please check the Region 5 Facebook page towards the end of December for the agenda and location.
Halter Clinic
Sponsored by the Olympic Peninsula Arabian Horse Club 

Region 8
Congratulations to the Colorado Arabian Horse Club /Region VIII Youth Judging Team
From Region 8!
Colorado Arabian Horse Club/Region VIII youth members dominated the U.S. Arabian & Half Arabian National Championships in Tulsa, OK. The team topped every category (halter, performance, reasons and overall) and teammates Bennett Groshong and Katherine Cannady were named the High Individual and Reserve High Individual Overall, respectively.

Eighty seven 4-H, FFA, Arabian Horse Association (AHA) and collegiate contestants split into three divisions. They evaluated ten classes of Arabians and Half Arabians them delivered four sets of memorized oral reasons defending their placings. Team members include Katherine Cannady, Bennett Groshong, Lydia Groshong, and Melanie Hansen all from Colorado. Katherine was third in halter, tenth in performance, second in reasons and Reserve Champion Overall.  Bennett was second in halter, first in performance, third in reason and Champion High Individual.  Lydia was first in halter, fourth in performance, seventh in reasons.  The team won each team category in the Junior AHA division and was named National Champion Team by a margin of 54 points! Team Members garnered various awards including scholarships, champion jackets, jewelry, tack, chairs, Bluetooth speakers and other trinkets.

This is ninth year in a row for the CAHC/Region VIII team to be named National Champions.  They have also had the High Point Individual 13 out of the last 21 years.

A big congratulations to Kendra McConnell and Rachel LeClere for coaching this great team.  Keeping a very long time tradition of winning that started with Coach Jodi Zeier.  

Region 9

Congrats to Dressage and Sport Horse in Hand High Score Winners
Sponsored by Larry and Adrienne Jacobson, in loving memory of Ansata Mara+/
  • Arabian Dressage: Karen Fischer on SA Loraleii  
  • HA/AA Dressage: Annie Wiggins on Maxs Double Dip
  • Arabian West Dressage: Dan Marcum on Makintyme
  • HA/AA West Dressage: Annie Wiggins on Dekourated Dude
  • Arabian SHIH: Karen Fischer with SA Loraleii
  • HA/AA SHIH: Wendye Gardiner with Crusaders Lovesong MM
Congratulations to our 2017 High Point Winners
  • Adult: Carolann Thigpen and Rocky Tosk
  • Youth 14-18: Mackenzie Zimbeck and Intenacious
  • Youth 13 & Under: Riley Lallo and Hollywood Gold Digger
Mark your calendars for 2018 NTAHC Shootout.
November 29 - December 1, 2018

Region 11
Region XI delegates enjoyed a great convention in Denver in November and look forward to a special 2018.  As previously announced, the Region XI main ring show is moving back to the Illinois State Fairgrounds this year.  Much discussion is already underway with the fairgrounds management to ensure that there is an adequate show office area and plenty of extra dirt area for working horses.  We are very sure that we will have a wonderful show on our return to Springfield in 2018.
There will be a couple of changes with the Region XI offsite Championship Shows in 2018, however.  The Region XI Sport Horse Show and Pre-show will again be held in Lake St. Louis, MO to ensure adequate arenas and work area for all the dressage and Sport Horse classes.  The National Equestrian Center, with its many arenas worked well for the show in 2017 and will be an even better fit in 2018.  We hope to host the  Hunter Over Fences portion of the show at a different venue that will provide more work area for our working hunters and lead to a much better show for horses and riders.  A further announcement on that will be made in the new year.
Our newest Region XI club, the Working Western Arabian Association, will host the Region XI Working Western Championships in conjunction with the Working Western Celebration in Madison, Wisconsin, September 7-9, 2018.  We sincerely feel that this will be the best way to provide a quality experience for all the show divisions.  Come on out and experience these in 2018.  We wish you all a great 2018 show season as well as a wonderful 2018.

Region 13
Region 13 hopes everyone has a wonderful Holiday Season.... 
We're looking forward to a great 2018 show at its new home!  The show will be held at the World Equestrian Center in Wilmington, OH.  Take a look at the website and start planning your trip. The dates are June 21-24 with a double judged qualifying pre-show on June 20.
The off-site Regional Sport horse show will be held June 14-17 at the Hoosier Horse Park in Edinburgh, IN.
Jan Decker (jandecker1@sbcglobal.net) is the show manager for both shows.  Check our website for further updates.

Region 14
January 13, 2018 S AHIBA is looking forward to an exciting year in 2018.  To start things off, our annual Awards Banquet will be held Saturday, January 13, starting at 3 pm.  The Banquet will be hosted by members Gordon & Jonel Priddy at their farm, located at 104 Grayson Way, Georgetown, KY 40324.  SAHIBA will provide the meat, we just ask attending members to bring a favorite side dish or dessert.  Once again, we will be awarding the best dish, voted upon by the attendees.  We will also be announcing the High Point Program winners as well as the Volunteer of the Year.  For more information about the banquet, feel free to contact Deneb Thompson at 304-389-5717 or cygnusarabs@yahoo.com.
Other exciting announcements for 2018 include changes to our High Point Program, allowing for more competition between High Point Nominees and tiered fees, providing discounts for multiple divisions entered.  We are also happy to announce a new award, the SAHIBA Super Horse.  This awards program will be free to members, but they must nominate their Arabian or Half Arabian.  The Award will go to the horse that accumulates the most points in a minimum of 3 divisions.  (Hunter, Sport Horse US, SHIH for example; or Country, Costume, Show Hack.)  Complete program information will be available on our website, www.SAHIBA.org .
SAHIBA is also starting another new Awards program, but this one is for our fabulous volunteers.  Members can earn points for their volunteer work, for everything from attending meetings to working at our shows or obtaining sponsorships.  These points earn chances into a drawing for Year End Awards, drawn at the Awards Banquet for that year.  Again, full program details will be available on the website.
At the beginning of December, SAHIBA teamed up with Windy Meadows in LaGrange, KY and hosted a Ranch Riding and Trail Clinic with judge and trainer Martin Schwartz.  The attendance was great, and everyone had a fun time learning about this new division. We would like to thank Ellie Troutman and Windy Meadows team for hosting such a wonderful clinic.
January 14, 2018 Region 14 Meeting. We have reserved a room at the Clark County Fairgrounds Champions Center, Springfield, Ohio at 1:00 PM for the Region 14 meeting.
January 21, 2018 Ohio Half Arabian Annual meeting 11:00 am
Location: Champion Center Springfield, Ohio.
OHAHA Membership is FREE
January 16, 2018 Lexington, Ky. - New in 2018, US Equestrian will be offering an opportunity to all members to attend the free Competition and Member Summit: Facing Challenges Together, just prior to the 2018 Annual Meeting in Lexington, Ky. The Summit will be held on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. EST at the Hyatt Regency. The Summit is open to all members free of charge and does not require registration at the Annual Meeting.
Moderated by US Equestrian board member Tom O'Mara, the Summit's goal is to encourage an open dialogue between members, affiliates, competition managers, experts, and staff regarding a variety of topics that affect the equine competition landscape.
The Summit will include a series of expert panels, each exploring a separate topic.  Each panel will provide a presentation followed by discussion and Q&A with attendees.
The topics to be presented and discussed at the Summit include:
  • Competition organizer challenges: to include discussion regarding insurance, calendar management, and the number of competitions per breed and discipline with panelists Randy Melcher from ESIX Entertainment & Sports Insurance Experts, competition manager Tom Struzzieri, United States Eventing Association Executive Director Rob Burk, American Saddlebred Horse Association President Donna Pettry-Smith, and competition manager Kim Aldrich-Farrell
  • Costs of competing and participating in equestrian sport: with panelists US Equestrian board member Elisabeth Goth, Arabian Horse Association President Nancy Harvey, US Equestrian official Cindy Mugnier, and competition manager Lynn Walsh
  • Competition standards: to include discussion surrounding updating or establishing standards, points, ratings, and licensed officials with panelists trainer Frank Madden, competition manager Pat Boyle, US Equestrian official Charlotte Skinner-Robson, competitor and trainer Jimmy Torano, and competition manager Connie Davenport
  • Prize money and bonus money: with panelists competition manager Stephanie Wheeler, President of Equestrian Sport Productions Michael Stone, and competition managers Andrew Philbrick and Bob Bell
For more information on the Competition and Member Summit: Facing Challenges Together, please contact Lisa Owens at lowens@usef.org.

January 28th, 2018 Windy Meadows Equestrian Center will host the general meeting of KAHABA as well as a seminar / educational workshop. "How to" Workshop: Mastering the local show paper trail.
 Local Clubs, organizations, horse shows & incentive programs have been invited to share information regarding their 2018 shows, tournaments, incentives, high point programs, scholarships etc. The public is invited free of charge to attend and will enjoy a day of information.  Please share this information to anyone interested in competing on the local level regardless of their skill level. Tables are available; at no charge to display your clubs; associations programs information. "SAHIBA" Society for Arabian Horses in the Bluegrass Area, "BAHA" Bluegrass Arabian Horse Association, "KAHABA" Kentucky Arabian and Half Arabian Breeders Alliance, Oldham County Saddle Club & San "n" Tone Show Series; all have tables reserved. We have already received a lot of interest, so come one and all...
Location:  Windy Meadows Equestrian Center
Address: 1309 Bluegrass Parkway LaGrange KY  40031
Contact: Ellie Troutman 502-608-6179
Time: We will be starting at 12:00 Noon
KAHABA the Kentucky Arabian & Half-Arabian Breeders Alliance...Once again, Arabian and half-Arabian horse owners and enthusiasts have experienced a banner year in the State of Kentucky in 2017, due to the Kentucky Breeders Incentive Program which has not only driven up participation, but also encouraged a wider range of venues and events where Arabian and half-Arabian horses have been presented and showcased to the horse lovers in Kentucky and elsewhere. Several County Fairs and local Open All Breed Horse Shows were able to see the enthusiasm and increased participation by Arabian horse owners, leading them to schedule added classes specifically for Arabian and half-Arabian horses, resulting in higher attendance at their shows, and a general increase in revenue due to attendance by both exhibitors, owners and spectators. Our Membership numbers have risen, as have the numbers of Nominated Stallions to the program, and Eligible Nominated Horses competing for points and recognition, making for a win-win situation all around, increasing not only more involvement for Kentucky owners with expanded venues to visit and compete at across the State, but an opportunity to attract more potential Arabian horse owners. The KAHABA Officers and Board Members have worked diligently to tailor the program to encourage participation by not only the Kentucky-born Arabian and half- Arabian foals, but also to reach out to stallions from other areas that can be included as eligible Nominated Sires, making it attractive to have their foals born in the State of Kentucky, thereby making them eligible to earn the incentives provided by the program. Currently, thirty Stallions are enrolled as Eligible Nominated Sires, and forty-five horses are participating as Nominated horses. As an added benefit, KAHABA has instituted a Production Division for Kentucky foaled Arabian and half-Arabians three years and under, funded solely by enrollment fees from eligible horses, and the participation in those classes has seen significant increases year after year, due to the substantial payout that the program has been able to offer. This program is in its 5th year and currently 15 young horses are enrolled for 2017, with three venues offered during the year for showcasing the young horses. Payout for 2017 totaled $3,600, with Davy Brothers topping the list with four nice young horses, one purebred and three half Arabians earning $1470 for competing at the three host shows, BAHA, SAHIBA and the PMHA Fall Harvest Show. Second High Earner was Jeff Caldwell and Carl Malicote's promising chestnut, purebred Arabian gelding Kentucky Chrome ARA, taking home $810. Thanks to the enthusiasm and involvement of our Members from across the State, Arabian and half-Arabian horses have been presented to the public at events such as Breyerfest, Equine Affair and the National 4H Judging Contest. Hundreds, if not as close to a sure thing as you'll get at the Keeneland me thousands of horse-loving children and adults have been treated to an exhibition of the various and exciting ways to enjoy owning an Arabian horse. Whether it is just for the sheer pleasure of admiring living art, or the diversity of riding a horse capable of the versatility of carrying both English and Western tack, competing over fences, the precision of dressage, the thrill of Ranch Riding, the elegance of the English disciplines, the smooth balance of the Western horse, or simply enjoying the many trail venues the State of Kentucky has to offer, the Arabian horses are suited for the task. The Arabian racehorse was a drawing card that the curious showed up to cheer on at the Keeneland meet, and we have Members that participate in Distance Riding Events both in and out of the State. Lastly, the KBIF non-Thoroughbred program has seen a presence by Arabian and half-Arabian owners through KAHABA in innovative and industry-shaping events such as the KEEP Conference last October, where the future of the Kentucky Horse Industry was brought into focus. Both National and Regional Arabian Conferences have expressed an interest in the Kentucky program, as an industry model for expanding activities within the breed. Several of our Members strive to showcase their Arabians and half-Arabians at may venues around the State, earning points as they go. One such dedicated exhibitor is Katie Lauer with her nominated Half-Arabian mare, Written In The Stars (Izzie) who tops the point accumulation for 2017 with 36 points, earned for participation, Bonus classes and Hi Point earnings. Katie competes in Halter, Hunter under saddle, Dressage and Trail. We as Arabian and half-Arabian owners and Board Members of KAHABA, are extremely encouraged that due to the KBIF program, the Arabian horse will continue to make an impact on the Kentucky Horse Industry. Consider joining us as we step into 2018....on January 28, along with other exciting events to be announced, we will host our first meeting of the year at Ellie & Randy Troutman's Windy Meadows Farm in LaGrange, KY and a Power Point informative presentation detailing how you too can get involved in the lucrative KAHABA program.
April 20th - 29th, 2018
The OHAHA Spring Show
Location: Champion Center Springfield, Ohio
Region 14 and 15 Double Qualifier
Judges: Mike Wilson (Florida) and Chase Harvill (Texas)

April 28-29, 2018 The Bluegrass Arabian Horse Association's 14th Annual Spring Blast Horse Show will be held on April 28-29 in Shelbyville, KY. The Saturday Arabian/HA/AA Sport Horse One Day portion of the show will be a concurrent qualifying show for Regions 13 and 14. Beginning as a one day, open all breed show, highlighting Arabian, Saddlebred, and various other breeds, each year has proved to be a gaining success. Over the past several years, BAHA has added an additional day to the show, encompassing now two full days of horse show fun. BAHA notes it's continued success to the exhibitors. By staying family friendly, offering low show fees with class variety, and a top-notch facility, BAHA has been able to provide a desirable horse show experience for its exhibitors. For more information visit us on facebook or at www.bluegrassarabians.org
for more information!
May 11, 12 & 13, 2018 The SAHIBA Arabian Spring Show "SASS" will be held at Lakeside Arena in Frankfort, KY. Judges are Main Ring: Jessica Cole and Sport Horse: Peggy Beachy please go to www.sahiba.org
for additional information or contact: Jeff Caldwell 502-468-4953.
June 9-10, 2018 Two Days - Two Shows - One Great Location; the Medallion I & II Horse Show to be held at the World Equestrian "Roberts Arena" in Wilmington, OH contact: Bev Broughton (812) 852-2200

I bring to you great news! After 3 years of campaigning, solicitation, and proposals, Arabian & Half Arabian Classes are returning to the 2018 Shelby County Fair. These classes will be on the first evening of the week long Fair Horse Show. Starting at 6:30pm, For a tentative schedule or additional information Please contact Rick Tosch 502-321-8986.
Your participation and support are Critical for its success.  Together we can share in the growth and development of this exciting and opportunistic endeavor.  Our classes will be on the first evening of the week long Fair Horse Show. All evenings sessions start at 6:30pm, there are no daytime classes. Here is their tentative schedule for that evening. Thank You again.
September 1st - 2nd, 2018
The OHAHA Fall Show
Location: World Equestrian Center Wilmington, Ohio
Region 14 and 12 Double Qualifier Judges: To be announced

October 21 & 22, 2018
the PMHA Fall Harvest Show I & II will be held Oct 20 -21, 2018 at the Kentucky Horse Park, covered arena, Lexington, KY.  It will be an AHA ODS Region 14 and Region 13 show.  Region 14 will be October 20 and Region 13 will be October 21
This is a show for Arabians and Half Arabians as well as any breed. All disciplines are offered as well as sport horse and halter and wide selection of youth and adult classes. Added will be trail classes and ranch riding classes. For Info: www.puremorab.com or contact: Donna Lassanske 270-735-5331

Region 15
PA Arabian Games I & II
Concurrent Region 15/16 Qualifier is now open to all breeds
June 29-July 1, 2018
Centre Hall Grange, Centre Hall, PA
Bring you non-Arabians, registered Arabians, and rescued Arabians.
Join us for a day of clinics and lessons, a schooling show, and two USEF/AHA qualifying shows
Plus, we are hosting the East Coast Off-Site Working Hunter Championships

Eastern Arabian Horse Show & East Coast Championships
Aug 2-5, 2018
Virginia Horse Center, Lexington, VA
Last regional level qualifier before Canadian, Sport Horse, and Youth Nationals
Region 17
While the show season might be in a hiatus, things have certainly not been slow in Region 17.  We are about to launch our new Region Web Site.  Feedback from the test reviewers has been very positive - great format, beautiful pictures and lots of great information in a layout that is easy to navigate.  Please visit the new website in the New Year. www.region17.com
Region 17 2018 Championship Show:
The 2018 Regional Show will be held May 2 -7 at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley,
Follow the updates on the new website for the prize list, host hotels, pre show information as well as the fun activities that make this such a great show.  We look forward to seeing many exhibitors for a great regional show at a great venue!

Rebranding of the Stallion Auction:
We are excited to have a committee that is rejuvenated and committed to making our stallion auction standout.  This Futurity is the best payout program in Canada!
The Halter Futurity for Yearlings born as a result of the 2015 Auction (born in 2017) has a total purse of $3285.00 - payable in 2018.
The Performance Futurity for 4 Year Olds born as a result of the 2012 Auction has a total purse of $7189.52, plus the $1713.60 carry forward from funds not paid in 2016 due to no performance horse entries that year now equals $8903.12, payable in 2018. All of this money will be paid out to the entrants. If any of the classes have fewer than five entrants, the percentage will remain the same for those placed, and the remaining prize money will be divided among those in the classes. 

There are still breedings available for the 2017 year, so check the website out!

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