The Saskatchewan Appaloosa Horse Club ( SAHC) is a family oriented club with a strong emphasis on promoting a vibrant and active youth program. Trail rides, schooling clinics and several other social events are planned throughout the year. Our shows offer a full compliment of classes for all ages and caliber of competitors in all areas. Given the versatility of the Appaloosa horse, owners and competitors alike can enjoy and compete in a wide range of classes ranging from English & Western Pleasure, Western Riding, Trail, Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Reining, Jumping, Hunter, Halter and of course a wide variety of cattle events including Team Cattle Penning, Working Cow Horse and many more !


Come and experience the joy of owning a truly versatile and willing partner,
one that is truly colourful

Congratulations to all of our members for a very successful 2017 CNAS! Our SAYT captured the  Youth Team Title and many members came home with Grand and Reserve Titles! Pictures of our Team SMURFS to follow!





 



 

NEW INFORMATION  

Thanksgiving Prize List and all Forms now available!

                            Select Shows...Thanksgiving...and view to download!

 

Summer Show Results now available... Select Shows... Summer Show to view .

May 13 & 14th      Spring Show Award Winners now available under Spring Show tab!!
June 17 & 18th
October 7 & 8th

2017 Membership forms now available!

2016 Year End Awards and Certificates can be found under Newsletter Tab  

SASKATCHEWAN NATIONAL DIRECTORS REPORT


 

ATTENTION
 
The Host Hotel for our shows is once again the
Comfort Inn in Moose Jaw.
Please let them know you are with the SAHC
and receive 10% off the price of your room

Call 306 692 2100 for your reservation 


 


•Updated March29th•
2017 Membership Application 

Reminder to Horse Owners with SAHC Memberships ~
If you sell an Appaloosa in 2017 to a non SAHC member - a membership for the current year goes to that new buyer. (Sellers please let Eleanor know of such a transaction) 

 

Newsletter


 

Site last updated January 1. 2015

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