Articles: Press Release
American Hackney Horse Society Foundation Offers Incentive for Championships
United States Equestrian Federation, Inc.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 26, 2009
Distributed By Stacey Meier
Content provided by the American Hackney Horse Society Foundation
The American Hackney Horse Society Foundation (AHHSF) will pay a premium of
$1,000 to the owner of a registered hackney horse or pony that wins the
championship in the respective divisions at the following competitions:
American Show Pony World Championship Horse Show
- American Show Pony Harness Pony World Championship
- American Show Pony Roadster Pony World Championship
- American Show Pony Pleasure Driving World Championship
USEF Pony Hunter Championship Finals
- Champion Small Pony Hunter
- Champion Medium Pony Hunter
- Champion Large Pony Hunter
USEF National Combined Driving Championships
- Champion Single Pony
- Champion Single Horse
The AHHSF will also award a membership in the AHHS to the owner of the
winning ponies/horses if that person is not already a member of AHHS.
Winners of these competitions whose ponies/horses qualify for this incentive
premium must submit proof of winnings and proof of registration to the AHHSF
within three months of the close of the competition in order for the premium
to be paid. Proof of winning shall consist of a signed/notarized letter from
the secretary or manager of the competition. Proof of registration shall
consist of submission of a copy of the AHHS registration certificate and
four photos of the winning horse or pony showing all markings.
For more information, please contact the AHHSF at www.hackneysociety.com.
The vision of the United States Equestrian Federation(R) is to provide
for equestrian sport in the United States of America by promoting the
of excellence from the grassroots to the Olympic Games, based on a
foundation of fair, safe competition and the welfare
of its human and equine athletes.