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AHASFV President's Message — August, 2014

July is the month I have traditionally traveled to the Youth National Championship Show in Albuquerque New Mexico. My daughter showed at youth for the last seven years before she aged out. Our club has a large number of youth riders that attend the show every year. Kids from our club make up part of the nearly 900 youth competing from all over the country. Youth show their horses and they also have the chance to attend Convention, participate in the Golf Cart parade of Regions, attend ice cream socials and a concert and do some world class shopping.

I will look forward to reporting next month how kids that are members of AHASFV did in the show and how our six judging team members faired in the Hippology competition. For any of you reading this letter, if you have kids let them know that we have a very active youth program and would love them to join our youth events.

AHASFV V6 Cattle Ranch Experience
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in our V6 Ranch Ride section
The July trail ride was a success. Once again our club thanks Cynthia Binder DVM for the effort and guidance she provides to our recreational riders. The next trail ride sponsored by our club will be in September at the V6 in Parkfield, CA. There are still a few spots open so sign up ASAP. Board member Kathleen Green is in charge of this great trail experience and can provide you with any and all information you might need.

Again, I want to extend an invitation to all AHASFV members to come to our Board meeting and meet your Board. There are many fun ways to become involved with a group of horse loving individuals in the Los Angeles/San Fernando Valley area. I want to welcome Alex Gutierrez as a new member to our Board. He will replace Nedra Johnson's open seat due to her move to Denver and AHA.

Keep having fun with your horses,

Jane Haven

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.