Executive

In November, 2018, PAWWSHA held their second AGM and re-elected the 2017 executive to continue leading the club through its formative year. The next election of officiers will occur in winter, 2020.
President: Jade Anderson
Jade has been showing on the Heritage, Arabian, and Dressage circuits
for 20, 15, and 8 years, respectively. She has competed nationally in
Dressage, Trail, and Western Horsemanship and has numerous wins in
various levels and circuits. Jade enjoys developing young horses and
is actively involved in her parent’s breeding and training farm, Arabian
Knights, located in Stockholm, Saskatchewan. Jade has made many valuable
friendships through horses and enjoys all aspects of horse ownership
and competition.
Vice President: Paige Harlos
Paige has been riding Arabians since she was 6 years old. She has shown
on the Heritage, Arabian, and Dressage circuit for the past 2 years with
great success. Paige enjoys training and showing her own horse at all
levels of competition. Paige has found a tremendous partner in her horse
Monty whom is now enjoying retirement. Paige’s love and passion for
horses continues with volunteering and assisting her friends at horse
shows.
Treasurer: Sarah Baun
Sarah’s love of horses began at the early age of three and her passion
for Arabians began the moment she got her first horse, a purebred Arabian
mare named MAF Sara-Alia. From there, Sarah began competitively breeding
and showing purebred Arabians and has continued to grow her passion for
the breed in the Sport disciplines. She has competed multiple times
regionally in Dressage, Sport Horse Under Saddle, Sport Horse in Hand
and Halter with numerous wins and titles. She especially enjoys developing
young horses that she has bred as part of her program, Hunter Creek
Arabians. Sarah values the relationships she has built with fellow
competitors, breeders and equines alike throughout the years and looks
forward to the ones yet to come.
Secretary: Roxanne Appell
Roxanne lives with her husband Ken on a ranch just north east of Kenosee
Lake, Saskatchewan. Together they run a full service boarding facility with
a small indoor heated arena, outdoor arena, acres of pasture land and
access to the provincial park trail system in close proximity. Having
upwards of 40 horses on the property their days are filled primarily with
the care and ongoing training of their equine friends. Guest clinicians,
facility rental, lessons and training programs are also available at the
ranch. Roxanne along with her granddaughters - have for several years been
showing, working with, and doing events on various breeds, but primarily
full and part-bred Arabians.