Do you own or ride a horse that is one-half American Saddlebred? Do you own or have a financial interest in a non-American Saddlebred mare that has been bred to an American Saddlebred stallion? Do you know someone who has a horse that is one-half American Saddlebred?
If you answered “yes” […]
Fairview Farm is recovering from it’s unimaginable loss, and is once again ‘in the business’. They have temporarily relocated the training facility at Mark & Kelly Hulse’s farm while their own is being rebuilt. Everyone associated with the farm is grateful beyond words for the outpouring of help from the […]
On March 7 at 1:00pm, Fairview Farm located in New Bloomfield, MO was struck with the most tragic event a horse barn could ever imagine. Fire consumed the Brison’s beautiful barns, home to world champion American Saddlebred horses. Seven horses were lost, as well as three dogs.
MHSA has been inundated […]
The following is from and about Lisa Siderman and her American Saddlebred gelding, Tux when they finished 12th in their first 100 mile endurance ride. Congratulations to both of them!
“Whew! So many lessons learned on the trail yesterday. We started out really strong and were riding in the […]
By Shawna Bethell of the Fulton Sun
Two Fulton businesses received grants that, combined, totaled nearly $300,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Missouri Rural Development program.
“Central Meat and Sausage and William Woods University are both contributing great resources to the region by providing locally raised meats and new equestrian educational opportunities. […]
At the annual meeting of the Missouri Horse Shows Association on January 30th at the Peachtree Banquet Center in Columbia, Missouri, Dr. Donald Walsh received the association’s Jeff Shikles Memorial Distinguished Service Award for his work in laminitis research and education through founding the Animal Health Foundation.
The Missouri Horse Shows Association […]