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AHASFV President's Message — April, 2014

Springtime is a busy time of year for the San Fernando Club and our members. We just finished the first of our three fun shows on March 30 and now our sights are set on the May class A show and Pacific Slope Regional Championship show in Santa Barbara. The May 8 and 9 pre-show will be a Region 2 qualifer with judge Dede Bisch and a Region 3 qualifier with 2014 Nationals judge Debbie Cain. Bill Hughes will be the main ring Pacific Slope Regional Show Judge and Patty Romeo and club member Dusty Morgan will judge the Working Western classes.
AHASFV 51st Annual Arabian Horse Show

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This year we have approximately 35 to 40 youth participating in the Region 2 and AHASFV Judging and Hippology training and competitions. Over half of the Youth training with Nedra Johnson, Kandice Watts, Meaghan Schaffer and Liz Haven belong to our club! Many members of the Youth group and Judging team will attend the show. Youth will be serving ice cream on Saturday, there will be a beach break for kids, a hosted Hippology contest for all ages as well as fun supporting the youth showing their horses.

On April 20 our club with member Cynthia Binder DVM will sponsor a trail ride at Vasquez Rocks in Santa Clarita. The trail ride flyer is available in our April Newsletter and the Trail Rides section. All of the details including directions and time are included so check it out. The V6 Region 2 ride is also this month. Please contact our club member Kathleen Green for any information. If you were unable to make the Regional ride this month, and you would like to experience the beauty of the V6 Ranch, then sign up for our club ride in September.

I am happy to see that we have both Brags and ads from members this month. I want to encourage all of us to use our newsletter and website to stay in touch with each other and to share the important news related to our horses. Again, I also want to invite all members to look for ways to become involved in this club. Whether it is volunteering at a show, helping transport youth to events, attending our monthly meeting or considering becoming a Board member, we would like to hear from you.

See you on the trail,
Jane Haven

AHASFV April 20 Trail Ride

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AHASFV Mission Statement

The Arabian Horse Association of the San Fernando Valley is committed to bringing together people interested in advancing and promoting the Arabian and Half-Arabian horse by conducting, encouraging, and aiding exhibits or shows, clinics, and trail rides, and to cooperate with other organizations to improve general equestrian activities.