Registration is now available for the Virtual Town Hall with the American Saddlebred Horse Association and American Saddlebred Registry to be held via Zoom on Wednesday, January 27 at 5 p.m. ET. You can register for the Town Hall HERE.
The purpose of the Town Hall is to present details and answer questions for members prior to the ASHA membership vote on the merger between the Registry and ASHA. The resulting organization, American Saddlebred Horse and Breeders Association, Inc., will streamline the resources of the finances, operations, staff, and volunteers in the advancement of what always has been a single mission – the promotion and protection of the breed.
The Town Hall panel will include Sandy Currier, ASR President; Ed Glasscock, ASR Attorney; Anna Marie Knipp, Co-Chair Joint Merger Task Force; Marty Schaffel, ASHA President; Chris Schubert, Co-Chair Joint Merger Task Force; Rachel Seifert, Attorney and Joint Task Force Member; and Stephen Sherman, ASHA Attorney. The discussion will be moderated by David Mount, ASHA Executive Director.
ASHA and ASR are aware that members will have questions and concerns around the merger so the Town Hall has been organized to assist with communications and to allow membership to hear directly from the organizational leaders and committee members.
Attendance capacity is limited for the Town Hall, so it will be recorded and available after the meeting for those that cannot attend. To submit questions for the Town Hall before or during the meeting please email questions directly to email@example.com.
More information on the vote is being mailed to eligible voting members and will continue to be communicated prior to the 2021 virtual annual membership meeting. Additional materials regarding the merger will posted to the member section of www.asha.net before the meeting.
-- via ASHA