ASA National and Regional Shows for 2020-2021.
Show season April 1, 2020 through March 31, 2021
5 National Shows
- North American Livestock Exposition, Louisville, KY
- National Western Stock Show, Denver, CO
- Keystone International Livestock Exposition, Harrisburg, PA (Cancelled)
- American Royal Livestock Show, Kansas City, MO
- Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, Fort Worth, TX
|Super Regional & Regional Show Points Suspended for 2020-2021 Show Season.
Region 1: NortheastMaine, Maryland, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, West Virginia, Virginia
Region 1: Northeast Regional Shows
Region 2: Southeast
Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi
Region 2: Southeast Regional Shows
Region 3: North Central
North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska
Region 3: North Central Regional Shows
Region 4: South Central
Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana
Region 4: South Central Regional Shows
|Region 5: WestMontana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, California
Region 5: West Regional Shows
*TBD means we have not received official acceptance from a show.
1st: 5 points
2nd: 4 points
3rd: 3 points
4th: 2 points
5th: 1 point
Division Champion: 4 points
Reserve Division Champion: 2 points
Grand Champion: 7 points
Reserve Grand Champion: 5 points
Super Regional Shows
1st: 6 points
2nd: 5 points
3rd: 4 points
4th: 3 points
5th: 2 points
Division Champion: 5 points
Reserve Division Champion: 3 points
Grand Champion: 9 points
Reserve Grand Champion: 7 points
5 National Shows
1st: 8 points
2nd: 7 points
3rd: 6 points
4th: 5 points
5th: 4 points
Division Champion: 7 points
Reserve Division Champion: 5 points
Grand Champion: 11 points
Reserve Grand Champion: 9 points
Regional Show Point Qualifications:
As of March 19, 2018
To Qualify for Regional Points, an animal must be exhibited at a minimum of two (2) shows within the region.
Any combination of the following shows will meet the regional qualifications:
Only shows that are attended within that region count towards that region’s points. A National Show within its region will count towards Regional Points, BUT Regional Shows do not count towards National Points.
In order to be awarded the Regional Show Bull or Show Female of the Year and Runner-Up, you must win a division within that region.
In the event that the regional show does not use the provided ASA Division breaks, the following policy will be used: Any points that an animal receives at a regional show where ASA division breaks are not used, the animal and points will be moved to the proper division that the animal qualifies for based on ASA Show Classifications.
Rules for Senior Membership Show Committee
1. The ASA Board of Directors appoints the Shorthorn Senior Membership Show Committee Chair and Vice Chair. This committee will be comprised of 10 total Committee Members as described in 1 through 8.
|2. 3 Committee seats will be reserved and filled by exhibitors that show the most individual animals at Louisville and Denver combined. These three seats on the Committee are for a 2-year term with no term limits. (Exhibitors defined as total number of animals in string exhibited under one farm name or senior membership as a full show string taken to show by exhibitor and is an ASA paid Member)
3. Elect 5 Committee members from all other exhibitors that had more than 2 head exhibited at Louisville or Denver. (Use same Exhibitor definition as described in Number 2.) These elected Committee Members will serve a 2 year term. Elected Committee Members can only serve for 2 consecutive terms. Eligible Committee Members must set out for one term after serving 2 consecutive terms before being eligible for reelection to the committee.
4. The election and 3 reserved committee seats will take place every 2 years in February right after the Denver Show. The eligibility for Committee Members will be based on the numbers and participation during that previous show year in Louisville and Denver.
5. Only senior and/or adult paid members of the ASA are eligible to vote for Show Committee Members. (If the total number of cattle from a family is in a junior name than the adult membership associated with that junior would be added up together for total head count of show string from family or adult membership)
6. There will be 9 Committee Members including the Vice Chair with voting rights. Any tie votes will be broken by the Committee Chair.
7. The Chair and Vice Chair have control on how voting will take place
8. This Committee is formed to make recommendations to the ASA Board pertaining to activities that involve all Shorthorn ASA sponsored shows.