It’s that time of year again!
We’d like to ask for your support for the 2018 Show Season and have created
on-line forms to make it more convenient. If you have any questions regarding
Sponsorships or Show Book Ads, please e-mail us at ASQHAmarketing@gmail.com
For Sponsorships (class, champion and/or circuit): https://tinyurl.com/sponsor18
For Show Book Ads: https://tinyurl.com/showbook18
Please note, the deadline for Show Book Ads is March 15, 2018.
Thank you for your time and consideration and we hope to hear from you soon!
The ASQHA Board and Sponsorship/Show Book Committee
We want to hear from you!
Our dedicated board of volunteers works hard throughout the year to provide clinics and quality shows for the state of Alaska. Your suggestions are encouraged. Please join us for a regularly scheduled board meeting or contact your local board member.
ASQHA Board Meetings
(3rd Monday of every month)
Seekins Ford Conference Room
Contact: Beth Austin 378-8840
Kristine Herrin's Home
Contact: Kristine Herrin 351-2643
Contact: Lori Hackenberger 727-4444
Contact: Lindsey Blaine 299-7237
Thank you to the dedication of all the volunteers who make this association possible. Congratulations to our new 2017 board members!
2017 ASQHA Board Members
North Board Members:
South Board Members:
Kenai Peninsula Board Members:
ASQHA YEAR END AWARDS POLICY
Requirements for year end awards eligibility:
Exhibitor & Owner must be a member in good standing with ASQHA
Points will not count until Owner & Exhibitor are current members of ASQHA
Must compete under a minimum of 6 judges
(Divisions are: Open, Green, Novice Youth, Youth, Novice Amateur, Amateur, Amateur Select, All Breed, All Breed Youth & Walk/Trot)
There will no longer be a recording fee and form. All participants that meet the above requirements will be eligible for year end awards.
ASQHA Mentor Program
Have a question? Not sure how to get started? We can help! ASQHA Board members are available to act as a mentor to any member in need of assistance at our shows and clinics.
The purpose of a mentor is to guide you through your show experience in order to make it less
stressful and more fun. Consider contacting a board member in your area and asking them to
mentor you this season.
Possible topics include:
• What to expect at your first show or clinic
• Who to ask if you have a question
• Forms and Paperwork: Entry forms, recording, EIA, membership, stalls, etc.
• Show preparation: When you can arrive, when you can lunge, warm up, what you should bring, what to
• Parking and Stalls: Where to park, how to reserve a stall
A mentor is not a coach, trainer, groom, or show official. They are a volunteer and are here to guide you through the process.