Dogs must be on leashes at all times and controlled for everyone’s safety, the dog’s and the competitors’ and fans’.
The competitors section of the program has an alphabetical listing of horses and riders along with a numerical listing of horses and riders.
Individual times for Dressage, Combined Tests, Show Hunters, Show Jumpers, Equitation rounds, Freestyle and the Therapy Horse Awards are available in the show office as well as online in the competitor ride times section of the site.
Horses are fit and excited for the coming days of competition. Though they are listening to their rider during the more-controlled Dressage class, sounds from outside sources can interrupt their concentration and ruin one or more movements.
The exciting and colorful jumping competition is Show Jumping! Here are some etiquette guidelines:
The natural looking fences in the jumping competition are in the Show Hunter rings. Here are some etiquette guidelines:
Riders have coreographed their own routine and the pressure is on to perform. Here are some etiquette guidelines:
When awards are being handed out please hold your applause until the announcer has finished announcing the horse and rider for the placing.
Given the sensitive nature of some of the conditions adults and children are dealing with in Equine-Assisted Therapy Programs and may be attending the ceremony for a horse in their program we ask that you refrain from applause and cheering.
We would prefer snapping your fingers or twisting your hands in the air to show your support.