USA Judge Card No. 3
Written by Sally Chamberlain   
Wednesday, 27 June 2018 15:07


In October 2017 I attended the AMHA Judge Applicant seminar in Tampa FL and passed.  I then attended their one day seminar the day after and an ASPC AMHR seminar the next day.  In February 2018  I attended a further two half day AMHA seminars which was combined with the five day CBC International Judges Seminar in Tulsa OK which I have to attend every three years to keep my APHC USA card.

Having passed my AMHA applicant test I was then required to applicant judge three approved AMHA shows with an AMHA Senior carded judge so:

Orange Blossom MHC  3 day show  Ocala FL

MHCGB 1 day show  Olney   UK

Old Dominion MHC 4 day show  Lexington VA

I have now heard that the AMHA USA "believes I have the knowledge and integrity to carry out the responsibilities of judging shows in accordance with the rules and regulations of AMHA".  "It is a privilege to add your name to the AMHA Judges List".

I have already judged the EUSAM two day Greenhorn show (European Stud Book for American Miniatures) and have been asked to be one of the three judges to judge the EUSAM World Show in September (both held in Holland). I also have a 2019 UK booking for a miniature show.

I now hold : AMHA USA Approved Judge (apparently the only person in Europe to hold this category)

                  APHC USA Approved Judge (the only person in the UK)

                  ASHA USA Approved Judge (the only person in the UK)

Personally I believe it very important if applying for a USA card to actually go to the USA to see how it is done,  what is expected of you, the type of equine you are supposed to be promoting for that breed standard and talking to the USA judges is so great as you learn such a lot from their experiences and views.  I have also made a lot of friends and have loads of invites to go and visit.


Mannog Roobeetuesday update
Written by Sally Chamberlain   
Thursday, 21 June 2018 12:13

Mannog RoobeeTuesday  (Rubicund HIS/TB  x Lizzie of Larchmont)  FR/M/2222  BAPS.  Born 1.4.96

How lovely to be kept in touch with horses you have bred.  Sonia has been kind enough to keep me updated (2011 and 2012 news articles) with the latest pictures and news.  Ruby is very happy, in good health for her age (yes she is 22 yrs young) and likes to hack out now and again.  She has had a number of owners (Tresaison & Trewindsor studs  being some) and was originally just a brood mare.  Sonia purchased her in 2011 not knowing she was in foal!!

In 2011 with her                                                                                                                                                            colt  foal

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