Dear American Hanoverian Society members,
The United States Equestrian Federation would like to share an opportunity for you and your horse to compete in the 2015 Sallie B. Wheeler/US Hunter Breeding National Championship. The championship is hosted on both the West and East coasts, with a final Overall Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion crowned at the completion of the East coast phase. Horses only need to compete in the championship event on one coast in order to be eligible for the Overall Grand and Reserve Grand Champion awards.
The Championship features in hand classes for young horses, Yearlings to Three Year Olds as well as two new Three Year Old performance classes (Hunter Hack & Under Saddle), and an Amateur Handler class. Several special awards are given out at the event, one of which is provided by The American Hanoverian Society. This award is presented to the top scoring registered Hanoverian. Only horses registered with The American Hanoverian Society are eligible to receive this award, which is given to one horse on each coast. Other special awards include Best Young Horse, Leading Handler, and Leading Owner.
When & Where
August 26, 2015 Showpark All Seasons Tournament in Del Mar, CA
August 29, 2015 Virginia Young Horse Festival in Lexington, VA
For more information about the event or how to contribute donations, please contact Natalie Norwood - firstname.lastname@example.org.
We sincerely hope that you will join us on either the West Coast or the East Coast for the Championship this year; please visit the official USEF webpage for the Sallie B. Wheeler/US Hunter Breeding National Championship here for more details.
Natalie Norwood | Director, National Affiliates
| United States Equestrian Federation