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TASHA will be once again hosting the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show WELCOME Crawfish Boil on Tuesday March 19!

This is a great little kick-off party for all barns on the grounds to say hello! We hope you all will join us there for some fun before the show starts on Wednesday.

BUT, we need your DONATIONS to make this event happen AND uphold our commitments to our charity partners.

Please click the DONATE button below to send money via Paypal. Or, you may mail a check to:

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TASHA, 6725 S Fry Rd, Ste 700-322, Katy, TX 77494 (and then please also send an email to letting us know)

Pin Oak Quicklinks: Saddlebred Week 1 Prize Book Week 1 Hospitality Week 1 Class Schedule

We hope to see you all there!! Remember, this show is #3 of our Southwest Circuit High Point Awards! And, on Friday night March 22, we will honor our newest Hall of Fame member, Sandra Currier during the show! That night is also the Exhibitor’s night in the sponsors club, so all are welcome to enjoy the show and the Pin Oak hospitality.


2018 Texas Saddlebred

Hall of Fame Inductee is Sandra Currier

A presentation ceremony is scheduled for Friday March 22, 2019 during the saddlebred evening show at the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show in Katy, TX. More details coming soon!


announcing the all-new

southwest circuit high point awards program

The membership of TASHA, LASHA, and NTASHA have approved a brand new awards program which begins THIS YEAR!! Details are being worked out, but as of now, to be eligible, you only need to be a member of ONE of the charter clubs: TASHA, NTASHA, or LASHA. Then, just exhibit your horse at any of the shows listed on the calendar and you will accrue points toward the year-end awards.

Please like & follow the Southwest Circuit Facebook page to stay informed of updates.

List of Award Divisions Coming Soon! (They will NOT include Academy divisions for this year. Academy divisions will continue to be part of the TASHA & LASHA award programs.

If you did not attend the TASHA Holiday show December 1-2, you can still join TASHA anytime using the link on our Membership page. OR, attend the next show on the calendar: Louisiana Carnival Show in February, and join the LASHA club. Details to join NTASHA are also on their website.


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legacy trophy sponsorships will be available at the next holiday horse show

The all new TASHA Legacy Trophy program will debut at the December show. Patrons will be able to select from a list of classes to award either a perpetual or challenge trophy to the winner. Trophies will be stored by TASHA and presented every year in December at the sponsor’s direction.

These trophies will add some history and honor to the show!

If you are interested, please contact David Burger by email:

The full details of the program are available by clicking here.

membership options:

$25 Adult Membership $15 Junior Exhibitor Membership (no vote) $35 Family Membership (only 1 adult vote) $50 Barn Membership (1 voting member included) $250 Lifetime Membership (adult)

*All Members will have the $20 Administration Fee waived at both shows.

What Tasha Membership Can Do for You!


Member Perks

  • Annual TASHA High Point Award Program & NEW Southwest Circuit High Point Award Program

  • Supports two 2-day horse shows annually

  • Provides venue for high school and charter school youth groups to fulfill community service requirements

  • Maintains ASHA Charter Club status which provides discount on membership in the American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) along with other discounts

  • TASHA shows qualify for Kentucky State Fair qualifying points in the Show Pleasure, Country Pleasure and Park Divisions

  • Hosts an annual Membership Meeting/Luncheon for all attending the December Holiday Horse Show (co-sponsored with Pin Oak Charity Horse Show past two years.)

  • Gives welcome gifts to all barns attending our shows

  • Helps coordinate, sponsor, and maintain the Texas Hall of Fame program

  • Sponsors classes at the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show

  • Co-Sponsors the cost of point calculation and cost of Southwest Circuit awards with NTASHA & LASHA.

  • QUESTIONS? Contact


Founded in 1973, the Texas American Saddle Horse Association (TASHA) is a Charter Club Member of the American Saddlebred Horse Association headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky.

The first Board of Directors was George Roberts Jr., Charlie Isom, & Margie Newton closely supported by Lenoir Roberts, Dorothy Dukes Ford, and Edmund and Ada Perwien.  Among the first ASHA charter clubs founded, the group’s mission statement was “to organize a horse show circuit in Texas, promote the education of people in Texas in the breeding, care, use, handling & development of the American Saddlebred Horse, encourage good sportsmanship & proper conduct among horsemen & women, foster good fellowship, encourage proper & humane handling & care of the American Saddlebred horse and prevent cruelty to animals.

Two decades of TASHA shows were held at the Bear Creek Arena in west Houston, Supreme Acres Stables in Stafford (Fort Bend Co.), and in Liberty County before making a move to Great Southwest Equestrian Center in Katy and more recently also in Bryan, TX. TASHA has benefitted several charities in & out of the Houston community as well as encouraged it’s youth to make the most of their horses & education. Just a few of these projects are: Art Contest for the Cover of the annual membership directory, essay contests for a youth scholarship, pet adoption events held at shows, the Southwest Circuit Invitational World Cup Competition where riders from the U.S. & South Africa enjoyed team competition during the show, Ride for the Rescue & Barn Challenge events to benefit Saddlebred Rescue, fundraisers for the American Heart Association and several more.

TASHA continues today as one of the most active & largest charter clubs in the united States. Our board and members remain committed to the mission of our founders and continually strive to strengthen the Texas American Saddlebred community.

2018-2019 bOARD OF dIRECTORS


DAVID BURGER, Vice President

ANNE LACY, Secretary


STEVEN CHADICK, Trainer Representative



KIM YOUNG, Board Member