Appaloosa Journal

OCT 2018

Appaloosa Journal is the official publication of the Appaloosa Horse Club, the international registry for the Appaloosa horse.

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member reminders 30 Appaloosa Journal October 2018 ApHC Give the Gift of ApHC Membership ApHC Memberships are great gifts for birthdays, anniversaries– almost every celebratory event! Every membership option may be gifted—youth, family and even lifetime memberships. Visit to purchase your gift memberships today! Multi-year membership option There's more than one way to join the ApHC—3-year individ- ual memberships are available for only $155! Sign up for the 3-year membership and receive all the perks an ApHC member enjoys, including Appaloosa Journal, a monthly e-newsletter, voting privileges, the Appaloosa Member Advantage program and much more! Performance Trail Calendar The following rides are approved and sanctioned by the Ap- paloosa Horse Club. Horses enrolled in the Appaloosa distance program may earn miles on these rides that will count toward lifetime awards including a Register of Merit (400 miles), Su- perior Event Award (800 miles) and a Trail Medallion (1,000 miles). For more information concerning the trail program, please contact the Appaloosa Horse Club. Contact: Trail Coordinator (208) 882-5578 ext. 264 • SEPT - OCT 30 - 6 Sheltowee Trail Ride Mammoth Cave Horse Camp Brownsville, KY Contact: Roland or Mary Tom Haun Phone: 270-862-9357 Email: OCT 7 - 13 Mammoth Cave Horse Camp Ride Brownsville, KY Contact: Kevin Davis Phone: 888-682-3958 Website: OCT 13 Chub Scott Memorial Ride Shawnee Hills Appaloosa Horse Club Jack Davis Camp Ozark, IL Nancy Ford 618-658-8136 OCT 20 - 28 Buffalo River Trail Ride Waynesboro, TN Contact: Tim Astor Phone: 931-722-9170 Website: 2018 National Championship Endurance Ride The 2018 Appaloosa National Championship Endurance Ride (ANCER) will be held in conjunction with the Arabian Horse Association Distance Nationals in Henryville, Indiana, on Octo- ber 26 2018 at the "Spook Run" ride. The ride is located in the Clark State Forest and is an AERC-sanctioned 50-mile ride. SHOW APPROVAL DEADLINE To apply for show approval, the sponsoring organization or in- dividual must submit a show approval application to the ApHC. For shows sponsored by a current regional club or international affiliate, the approval fee is: – $25/judge if received 100+ days prior to the first day of the show – $50/judge if received 50-99 days prior to the first day of the show – $100/judge if received 30-49 days prior to the first day of the show For shows sponsored by an individual ApHC member: – $50/judge if received 100+ days prior to the first day of the show – $100/judge if received 50-99 days prior to the first day of the show – $200/judge if received 30-49 days prior to the first day of the show Shows will not be approved if the application is received within 30 days of the first day of the show. The original show approval application must include the show name, the name of the contact person who will receive all correspondence related to the show, the date(s) and location of the show, the name of the show manager and show secretary and a list of classes to be held at the show. Changes to the information on the original application and any additions including the names of the judges, ring stewards or other required information may be accepted 30 or more days prior to the first day of the show at no charge. Changes to the list of classes offered or to any other information related to the show made within 29 days of the first day of the show may be made for a fee of $20/item changed (to include changes in the class schedule, show personnel and/or judges names). Changes made on or after the first day of the show shall not be accepted. Please be sure to review the show packet you receive with your approval letter. To avoid incurring additional fees, make sure that all class and judge changes are made 30 or more days in advance of the first day of your show.

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