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Tentative 2018 Dates

April 28-29 Ingham County Fairgrounds
June 2-3 Shiawassee County Fairgrounds
June 30- July 1 Midland County Fairgrounds
AABH Congress
Oct 4-7 MSU Pavilion, East Lansing

Why become an active BHAM member?

Some would say it is because of the fabulous year end awards program. Others might say that it is because BHAM is different than most organizations they have shown horses with. Two words stand out when describing it, “family” and “friendly”. Whether you are an experienced horse person or just starting to get your feet wet, you will be welcome. BHAM members are famous for mentoring and encouraging a “green horn” and helping them develop into a strong competitor. You will see exhibitors chatting before a class go in the ring competing to win, and come out congratulating each other on a great ride. The youth can be seen working together on a pattern, playing with their friends, or checking in at the show office to see if there is anything they can help with. It is common to find someone search through their supplies for an item another has forgotten or broken. That is just the way the people are. BHAM encourages strong but friendly competition.

Year End Awards are offered to all members. In order for the cumulative points for a class to count toward the end total, you must earn a accumulate a minimum of 10 points in class. High Point All Around title will be awarded in each division.

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Member involvement is necessary for the success of any organization. BHAM welcomes members to serve on committees and volunteer during shows. There is a great deal of satisfaction in working together to make something good even better. Committees are listed on the membership form. Check any you are interested in or contact the Director and offer your services. If everybody does a little, no one has to do a lot.