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ADS Announces Host Venues for North American Championships

RELEASE: March 19, 2014
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: American Driving Society

Cross Plains, Wis.
 - The American Driving Society (ADS) is pleased to announce the host venues for the new head-to-head driven North American Preliminary and the North American Intermediate Championships. The Preliminary Championships will be held at the Glen Willow CDE, September 5-7 in Avondale, Pennsylvania. The Intermediate Championship will be held at the Katydid CDE, October 30 – November 2 in Windsor, South Carolina. All VSE Championships will be held at the Equestrians Institute CDE, August 8-10 in Ethel, Washington.

Each event will be a driven championship, taking place over a single competition weekend. Host venues will likely change location year after year, moving around North America so drivers in various areas can travel to compete. 

These additional championships are being offered to provide an opportunity for ADS level drivers to meet and compete and to create additional enthusiasm for the sport of Carriage Driving. 

All updates on this exciting new program can be found on the “Awards Programs” section of www.americandrivingsociety.org. The 2014 program is experimental and organizers and ADS leaders will work to ensure the program continues to improve.

Established in 1974, the American Driving Society, Inc. is the carriage driving affiliate to the United States Equestrian Federation, representing carriage drivers in the United States and Canada. Over 90 ADS recognized competitions are held across North America each year.

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