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May & June Horse Shows Updates

Check the event pages for each show to get the latest info on rescheduled dates, cancellations, new guidelines and/or other important details.

We strongly encourage you check the below websites and social platforms for the most up to date announcements on their respective events.

National Reining Breeders Classic: Cancelled in Texas
Will take place in Tulsa, OK for 2020
For additional NRBC info: nrbc.com or 580-759-3939

Texas American Saddle Horse Assoc: Cancelled
For additional TASHA info: texasasha.com

Greater Houston Miniature Horse Club Galaxy Show: Cancelled
For additional GHMHC info: ghmhc.com

Houston Dressage Society Summer Shows I & II: June 6 – 7
For additional HDS info: houstondressagesociety.org

Greater Houston Miniature Horse Club Summer Celebration Show: June 12 – 14
For additional GHMHC info: ghmhc.com

GHHJA / GSEC Summer Blowout Show: June 20 – 21

USHJA EMERGING ATHLETES PROGRAM “EAP”Rescheduled for August 3 – 7

 

75th Pin Oak cancelled due to COVID-19

March 13, 2020
The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show
For Immediate Release

 


The 75th Pin Oak Charity Horse Show scheduled to begin March 18, 2020 has been cancelled.

A determination will be made if Pin Oak will be scheduled at a later date.

As a result of ongoing community efforts to halt the spread of COVID-19 and a recommendation by the United States Equestrian Federation that all USEF licensed competitions be suspended through April 15, 2020, The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show scheduled for March 18 through April 5, 2020 has been cancelled.  We will continue to monitor impact of containment efforts and determine if the show can be rescheduled for a later date.  We have great respect for the Pin Oak tradition and the resiliency of the equine community, but we echo the sentiments of USEF that the health, safety and well-being of our Pin Oak supporters and that of their horses is paramount.

More details will follow as available on sponsorships and other matters related to cancellation of the show.  We want to thank everyone involved with Pin Oak and appreciate your understanding. 

If you have questions please email:

  • Amy Uniss Coleman, General Manager, Great Southwest Equestrian Center (auniss@gswec.com)
  • Valerie Garza, Operations Manager, Great Southwest Equestrian Center (valgarza@gswec.com)
  • Lauryn Sanford, Director of Sponsorship, Pin Oak Charity Horse Show (lauryn@pinaok.org)

     

Excerpts from USEF notice

March 13, 2020

Dear USEF Competition Organizers (Licensees and Managers),

The health, safety and well-being of our members and that of their horses is paramount to USEF. We are continuing to closely monitor communications on the COVID-19 Pandemic from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) and the Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI).

Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, all USEF owned events, selection trials, training camps, clinics, and activities will be suspended for the next 30 days. Additionally, USEF strongly recommends that competition organizers suspend all USEF licensed competitions across the country for the next 30 days. For those competitions that do run, there will be no accumulation of points, scores, money won, qualifications, or rankings toward any USEF awards programs, USEF owned event, or selection to a US team during this 30-day time period. This includes USEF National Championships.

Health Certificate Update

HEALTH CERTIFICATE UPDATE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

All of us at Great Southwest Equestrian Center want to thank everyone for their patience and understanding surrounding our health paper requirements for horses showing here this spring. Although this was done for the welfare of our horses we also appreciate this adds another expense as well as another task to everyone’s already full plate.

Starting June 17, 2019 we are going to amend the seven day health certificate requirement to 21 days prior to arrival on GSEC property. For horses showing multiple weeks during the fall and winter season we will offer the following extension policy: If the horse will be returning to GSEC in 45 days or less from the date of issue of the initial health certificate the owner or agent may fill out a Declaration of Horse Health form in lieu of another health certificate. This extension period may only be used by horses that have been on the property and already presented a health certificate. This form is currently available by contacting Amy Uniss-Coleman at auniss@aol.com.

All horses returning after the 45 day time frame will be required to have another health certificate.

Please be aware that the requirements for a negative Coggins test dated within 12 months and vaccination records that show that the horse has been vaccinated for Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) within six months prior to entering the grounds will remain the same.

If you vaccinate your own horse(s) please save the receipt from the purchase as well as the serial number and expiration date of the vaccine as well as the date it was administered.

If you have any questions or concerns please call Amy Uniss-Coleman at 281-978-0767.

Again, thank you to everyone for your help and understanding this spring and into the future.