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January 05, 2022

It’s time for the 28th Annual Victory Pass Raffle! The American Saddlebred Museum is pleased to announce that tickets are now available for this annual favorite. The Victory Pass Raffle is an exciting chance to win a premium package to the World’s Championship Horse Show in Louisville, Kentucky. The drawing will be held April 8, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. at the American Saddlebred Museum.

Each $10 ticket is the chance to win a prize package including:

  • 8 Nights Convenient Hotel accommodations ($2,100 value)
  • 4 Lower Level Box Seats for every performance ($1,200 value)
  • Golf Cart Rental for the week ($500 value)
  • A VIP Parking Pass for the week
  • Two tickets to the Museum’s annual WCHS Party

The fair market value of this prize package is $4,200. Give yourself a chance to win and help the American Saddlebred Museum at the same time. Tickets can be purchased online or by calling (859) 259-2746 ext. 305.

If for any reason the 2022 WCHS is cancelled, the prize would revert to a cash prize of $4,200. All proceeds benefit the American Saddlebred Museum. Transportation, meals and personal expenses are the responsibility of the winner. Complete rules available at raffle.asbmuseum.org. License #ORG0002659

December 21, 2021

Hannah Broughton of Lexington, KY has been selected as the Keith Bartz Impact Scholarship recipient.

Currently, Hannah is a senior at Trinity Christian Academy and plans to attend Georgetown College in Georgetown, KY in the fall. In addition to her academic studies, Hannah is closely involved with her own barn, Brannon Stables, being a catch rider, and helping with lessons and camps. She is also involved with the ASHBA Youth and has volunteered in many capacities including educating the public about the breed at the Agland booth during the Kentucky State Fair. In addition, she has volunteered with the equestrian Special Olympics as well as many local horse shows.

She is an example of good sportsmanship, horsemanship kindness and has a great love of the breed. Congratulations to Hannah!

December 06, 2021

We are proud to support the UPHA National Conference in Orlando, January 4–8!

To see the full conference schedule and registration information, visit the UPHA website.

October 21, 2021

The American Saddlebred Museum is collecting images and information from the first Ocala International Horse Show. Attendees can help by sending snapshots and memories to the Museum to be preserved in the collection. This crowd-sourcing project is a way for the Museum to expand collections and gather artifacts from today.

We are seeking snapshots, behind the scenes, as well as images of the show ring.

Are you not able to attend the show at Ocala? Do you have a great photo from your favorite show of 2021? Send that to us!

Send photos with a brief description including horse, people, location, and photographer to [email protected]. By emailing a photo the American Saddlebred Museum the sender agrees the Museum can include the image in the collection and use in exhibits and on social.


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