Thursday, April 10, 2014

Meet our April Main Ring judge: Veronica Roth

Meet our April Main Judge:
Veronica Roth, owner of Veronica Roth Show Horses, located in Fredericksburg, Va.

  Veronica has been showing horses since she was 5 yrs. old.  She has been professionally training horses for over 30 years.
  Although she currently trains AQHA halter, western pleasure and hunter under saddle for youth and amateurs, including all around events, her background includes saddle seat, jumping and speed classes.
   Her accomplishments include training, coaching and showing over 20  World Champions and Reserve World Champions at the AQHA, IBHA, and PHBA.  Top three placings at the prestigious Tom Powers Futurities, the All American Quarter Horse Congress, and Reichert Celebration along with many circuit award winners. Futurity earnings in excess of $25,000.00 for her clients.
   Again we could not ask for a better Main Ring judge for April, Veronica is a very well-rounded, fair judge and has been a joy to have judge for us going on 3 yrs. now : ) She will be back in July to judge the Trail classes for us!

Show News/Info.
April 26th is approaching quickly, we hope everyone has found time to practice and all are doing well since we last saw you all in Nov. We also can't wait to see any new faces and Equine partners that come show with us for the first time in 2014!!  Exhibitor's can EMAIL in their Pre-Entries to, Subject: April Show.
All we need is exhibitor and horse/pony names and ages, and the class number or name you wish to enter. Please also attach a electronic copy of your horse or pony's CURRENT NEGATIVE COGGINS with your pre-entries. The date the blood was drawn is the date used, not the date it was issued. Any horses or ponies without current NEGATIVE coggins will be asked to leave SSF property immediately.
All you need to do the morning of the show is check in, pick up your back number, and sign a release/wavier and you'll be good to go : )
Safety/Health Tip:
 Also any horses or ponies should have proper immunizations prior to show season were they are taken to several different locations and exposed to many different horses and/or other animals or insects of different areas. We do not currently require to see immunization records at this time, but it is good practice to protect our equine companions as best as possible when hauling them around to shows : )
KJ Photography is currently expecting and due 4/17. So she may or may not be available at the first show for photos or for very limited photo taking.

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