Dec 12th, 2013 | By | Category: News

The American Saddlebred Horse Association is proud to welcome the Southern New England Saddlebred

Association (SNESA) and the American Saddlebred Versatility Association (VERSA) as newly recognized

Charter Clubs for 2014.

The Southern New England Saddlebred Association was formed to promote and encourage American

Saddlebred activities throughout the New England area. SNESA supports all Saddlebred and Half-
Saddlebred owners and horses in the Saddle Seat, Huntseat, Western and Driving divisions as well

as offering an Open Pleasure division for any breed being ridden in the Saddle Seat discipline. For

further information, please contact them at or visit their website



The American Saddlebred Versatility Association incorporated in Missouri serves all of North

America. This ASHA Charter Club was organized to promote and encourage the versatile character

of the American Saddlebred horse by promoting opportunities for the American Saddlebred horse to

compete in as many equestrian disciplines as possible and encouraging the United States Equestrian

Federation to adopt rules for such competitions. They will present clinics and other educational forums

and opportunities throughout the United States in order to promote, demonstrate, and educate the public

about the versatility of the American Saddlebred. For more information on VERSA, please contact

Rebecca Peck at


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