2014 ASQHA Dates & Judges
N Lazy J Summer Circuit – Anchorage WCCEC
June 6 Novice & All Breed Youth Show - Judge Holly Hover
June 7 Single day/single Judge - Judge Holly Hover
June 8 Single day/single Judge - Judge Ruth Ellen
Midnight Sun Family Medicine Circuit – Fairbanks TVSF
June 27 Novice & All Breed Youth Show - Judge Michael Colvin
June 28 Single day/single juge - Judge Michael Colvin
June 29 Single day/single judge - Judge Kim Leiter
Southcentral Experience Circuit – Anchorage WCCEC
July 18 Single day/single judge - Judge Jackie Krshka
July 19 Single day/double judged - Judge Dean Ross & Judge Clark Scoggin
July 20 Single day/single judge - Judge Rob Meneely
Seekins Ford Fair Circuit – Fairbanks TVSF
August 1 Single day/single judge - Judge Don Topliff
August 2 Single day/double judged - Judge Jonathan Meilleur & Judge Pam Scott
August 3 Single day/single judge - Judge Gayle Lampinen
ASQHA Board Meetings are the 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
2014 ASQHA Board Members
President: Lori Hackenberger
Vice President: Christina Worker
Secretary: Beth Austin
Treasurer: Margo Byron
North Board Members:
South 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 (5 judges for All Breed)
All exhibitors will be charged a mandatory $5.00 ASQHA Point Processing Fee per division, per judge.
(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.