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A New Logo for the CBHSNA


horse sketchThe CBHSNA will adopt a new logo this year and wants your help! The new logo should be something easily recognizable that will create instant brand awareness and can be easily reproduced in embroidery.  Our new official CBHSNA colors are red and blue.  Send your hand drawn sketches or digital logo ideas to info@clevelandbay.org    (posted  April 22 2015)


Introducing our first Platinum Level Corporate Sponsor

SSH Logo JpegSonoma Sporthorses donates annually to the CBHSNA in support of many programs and initiatives.  The most recent being the PA congratulatory announcement/advertisement to be published in the May 2015 Issue of The Horse Magazine.    Thank you to Sonoma Sporthorses for the generosity in support of CBHSNA programs and initatives.
(updated April 19 2015) 

2014 PA Program Award Winners & Participants


PA PosterOne last look at our 2014 Performance Awards winners.   See the congratulatory advertisement in the May 2015 issue of The Horse Magazine.

Now it is time to enroll for our many 2015 awards and recognition programs.
Explore the Cleveland Bay Horse Society of North America website and our facebook page for the many programs and benefits of membership or just having fun with your Cleveland Bay. For more information write info@clevelandbay.org
(posted April 18 2015)

Mid-Atlantic Show Series Set To Begin

The Mid-Atlantic Show Series is set to begin with the first show in the series being CB Classes represented at the Upperville Colt and Horse Show scheduled for Thursday, June 4 at C Kerr Upperville Hunter Hackthe Upperville Show Grounds in Upperville, VA.  This will be followed by the CB Classes at the Howard County Show Grounds (Monday, August 10) and culminate with the CB Classes at the Warrenton Horse Show (Sunday, Sept. 6).   Best wishes to all partcipants.   For additional information contact the show series organizer, Marcia Brody
(posted April 17 2015) 

2015 PA Sponsors


henaecThe CBHSNA Performance Awards Committee is pleased to announce the 2015 Sponsors for the PA program. A special thank you to all our sponsors who have stepped forward to contribute and best wishes for a successful season to all our out PA participants.  (posted March 1, 2015)



2014 Performance Award Results Are In!


CBHSNA Performance Award Results are in!  Congratulations to all our winners and participants!
Kate and Fanny smlr2014 CBHSNA PA Results


CBHSNA Congratulates our Latest Field Hunter


Boz in 2014 paradeMs. Ann Denison and OldDominion Bedwyr (aka Boz) reside in Virginia and are avid fox hunters.  Ann and Boz’s story is below:

submitted by Ann Denison
I fox hunt.   Starting the first weekend in September, I hunt 3 or more times a week if the weather permits.  When hunting ends, I work on cross country riding to begin preparing to hunt next fall.  I need a horse that is fast enough to keep up on those long runs across fields and handy enough to wind through vines, brambles, fallen stone walls, ravines and tight turns over fences. I need a horse athletic enough to handle any jump – coop, stonewall, ditch, fallen trees  -- and relaxed enough to stand patiently at a check or to stand and listen for the hounds when they’re at a distance.  Now in his fourth season, that describes my part-bred Old Dominion Bedwyr – or Bozley,  as he’s known in the ‘hood.  

posted January 11, 2015