East Tennessee Saddlebred Association

American Saddlebred Horse Breeder's Futurity of Tennessee


October 4-6, 2018

Walters State Great Smoky Mountains Expo Center, White Pine, TN


Click below to download the class or prize list in a PDF file format

2018 Morristown Charity Horse Show Class List


Morristown Charity Horse Show Prize List



Corrections to the prize list:

107 - Single Hackney or Harness Pony Show Pleasure Driving Championship was incorrectly listed as class 106 under the class divisions section

116 - ASB Fine Harness Grand Championship entry fee was incorrectly listed as $30 - The entry fee is $50


The Dickey Davis Memorial Perpetual Trophy will be presented to the winner of the ASHB Futurity of Tennessee Open Weanling Class.

All weanlings and yearlings will be shown barefoot.  Shoes are prohibited on weanlings and yearlings. Please refer to the rules which are included in the PDF file with the nomination form.

2016 ASHB Futurity of Tennessee Open and Amateur Weanling Winner


Deeper Shade Of Wool


Walterway's Wild & Wooly X Milady Isabelle


bred, owned, and shown by

Randy Street

Green Mountain Farm

Thank you to Terry Young, Morristown Charity official photographer, for the use of this photo.


A Futurity is a prize program for young horses, which awards purses made up of the entry fees paid over a period of time by participants.


The ASHB Futurity of Tennessee actually consists of three separate Futurities, the Tennessee Futurity which is open to professional trainers, amateur and juvenile exhibitors showing weanlings, yearlings and two-year-olds; the Tennessee Amateur Futurity which is open to amateur and juvenile exhibitors showing weanlings, yearlings, and two-year-olds; and the Tennessee 3-Year-Old Futurity which is open to professional trainers, amateur and juvenile exhibitors showing three-year-olds.


Nomination in the futurity begins with the weanling year and in order to maintain eligibility to show in the Futurity, fees must be paid each year to keep the entry nominated for the particular divisions. For entries in the weanling division, fees must also be paid to nominate the sire and dam.



Futurities are held to encourage the breeding and showing of American Saddlebred horses. Showing a foal in a Futurity enhances its value and increases its earning potential; the value of the sire and dam may also be enhanced through the success of their progeny shown in the Futurities. Amateurs and juveniles, as well as professionals, have the opportunity to show young horses in Futurities. The experience should be entertaining, to both the audience and participants, and should present the American Saddlebred at its best, providing an opportunity for fun, competition and good sportsmanship.

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The East Tennessee Saddlebred Association is an American Saddlebred Horse Association Charter Club.