New AMHA Director Debbie Rogers 

Hello MHCO members,  

WELCOME DEBBIE ROGERS! The MHCO is excited to announce the new AMHA Director for Region 11 Eastern Canada is Debbie Rogers and we would like to welcome her into this new role.   

In addition to being open to feedback/suggestions, Debbie has let us know that she will be available, with Gene Baynham (the official measurer) who is the former AMHA Director for Region 11 Eastern Canada, for measuring to facilitate the process of Hardshipping horses into AMHA on Saturday, May 19 2018 held at the Browns Ranch in Ingersoll Ontario.    Note: we will be sending out an email in future that has all the forms needed for Hardshipping (if you'd like them sooner, please contact www.mhco.ca and we can email them to you privately).

If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Debbie and she would be happy to help you in any way she can.  Please see her enthusiastic message to us below which provides her contact information:  

Message from Debbie Rogers: "I am so excited I have just been informed that I have been chosen to represent the AMHA as Director for region 11 Eastern Canada. This is such an honour and I will put forward 100% effort in making Eastern Canada proud. Please contact me if you need any help in any way my door is always open. I will be at the Browns show in May 2018 and look forward to meeting everyone.
 Phone 1-613-392-1250
 Cell 1-613-243-7214 or On Facebook Messenger
A note about Hardshipping: Hardshipping is between the owner of the horse and AMHA (Pamela Pruitt) AMHA sets it up, sends out the required forms and gets approval from the show the horse owner would like to attend. If the show approves, then there needs to be an AMHA judge at the show I believe, and the licensed official to measure needs to be asked if they can attend. Compensation for the licensed official is a small fee at the show for putting the stick on and seeing the hairs pulled for DNA (stallions and mares only need DNA sampling) and taking pictures of the horse. No more than $25.00. Should the official be required to travel great distance or require accommodation, the horse owner will be required to take care of the cost.   Please read your AMHA rule book as that will also explain how AMHA sets out the process.
I am looking for information from you or the MHCO about what kind of things  members/ club would  like me to take back to the board AMHA when local clubs are discussed.

Thank you, Carolyn Aarup, MHCO Acting VP On behalf of the MHCO Board



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