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EQUITATION STABLING OCTOBER 27-31, 2021 for horses entered in classes 1-18

Permanent stalls of wood construction with asphalt flooring are 10 x 12 with doors, at a cost of $300. Stalls will be available at 10:00 AM Tuesday, October 26 and must be vacated by Monday, November 1 by 8:00 AM. Early stabling (before 10:00 AM on Tuesday, October 26) or late stabling (after 8:00 AM Monday, November 1) must be arranged for through the Stable Office and will be billed at $100 per stall per day. Stable Office 859-414-6266.

The horse show office cannot accommodate splitting stalls.

All horses entered in the Hamel Foundation National Horse Show 3’3" Equitation Championship and the Taylor Harris Insurance Services National Horse Show Adult Equitation Championship must have a stall and be stabled on the grounds 24 hours prior to the start of the class and remain on the grounds until through competing. Any horse that potentially may be used in the Hamel Foundation National Horse Show 3'3" Equitation Championship and the Taylor Harris Insurance Services National Horse Show Adult Equitation Championship must be entered and will be assigned a number which must be displayed at all times whenever outside of their stall, mounted or unmounted. 

NOTE: The guidelines of Competition and Schooling Protocols listed on page 25 in the prize list will be enforced for both the Hamel Foundation National Horse Show 3'3" Championship and the Taylor Harris Insurance Services National Horse Show Adult Equitation Championship.

Stable office: 859-414-6266

 

QUALIFIED HUNTERS, JUMPERS, MACLAY STABLING NOVEMBER 2 - 7, 2021

Permanent stalls of wood construction with asphalt flooring are 10 x 12 with doors, at a cost of $375. Tack stalls will be limited. Stalls will be available at 8:00 AM Monday, November 1 and must be vacated by 8:00 AM Monday, November 8. If you plan to arrive before 8:00 AM Monday, November 1, or depart later than 8:00 AM Monday, November 8, it must be arranged through the Stable Office and will be billed at $100 per stall per day.

The horse show office cannot accommodate splitting stalls.

NOTE: The guidelines of Competition and Schooling Protocols listed on page 25 in the prize list will be enforced for the ASPCA Maclay Championship.

Early stabling (before 8:00 AM Monday, November 1) or late stabling (after 8:00 AM Monday, November 8) must be arranged for through the Stable Office and will be billed at $100 per stall per day. ANY STALLS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN VACATED BY 8:00 AM ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8 WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ASSESSED A $100 PER DAY CHARGE BY THE KENTUCKY HORSE PARK.

Stable office: 859-414-6266

 

CHILDREN'S & ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER CLASSIC, NOVEMBER 6, 2021

Horses entered in the Children's and Adult Amateur Hunter Classics are not required to be stabled on the grounds. If a horse requires stabling, they may not arrive before Friday November 5, 2021 at 8:00 AM. Permanent stalls of wood construction with asphalt flooring that are 10 x 12 with doors, will be available at a cost of $150.

 

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS 

The management of the National Horse Show would like to make the following recommendations to all exhibitors who plan to travel to the Kentucky Horse Park. 
 1. The state of Kentucky requires that all horses entering the state provide a negative Coggins test within one year of entry as well as a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (Health Certificate) signed by a licensed veterinarian within 10 days of entry. All horses entering the grounds must be accompanied by documentation of  Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus  (Rhinopneumonitis)  vaccinations within six months prior to entering the grounds and the date of vaccination must be noted on the Certificate of Veterinary  Inspection or documented by means noted in USEF GR845. The  CVI or an accompanying written statement signed by a licensed veterinarian must document that the horse(s) have not shown symptoms or been treated  for EHV-1/4  nor been at a facility under quarantine for EHV-1/4 nor been  exposed to any horses showing symptoms of EHV-1/4 during the past 28 days.
 2. To facilitate the inspection process by Kentucky Department of Agriculture personnel, upon arrival this paperwork must accompany the horses upon arrival and be available throughout their stay.
 3. It is recommended that all horses arrive between the hours of 7 am and  7 pm.
If it is absolutely necessary to arrive at any other time you must call the Stable Office at least 24 hours before arrival to make those arrangements. That telephone number is (859) 414-6266.
 4. Please take your horse’s temperature on a regular basis so as to establish a normal temperature. Please do not ship any horse with an elevated (101.5 degrees or higher) temperature reading
 5. The Kentucky Department of Agriculture will require that  all exhibitors  on the Kentucky Horse Park show facility must maintain a temperature log for every horse with twice-daily temperature readings recorded and posted on each horse’s stall door. Any horse with a temperature reading higher than 101.5 or any signs of respiratory or neurological disease must be immediately reported to a veterinarian and show management.


RIDER RESTRICTIONS

RIDERS WHO COMPETE IN CLASSES 1 -18 HELD OCTOBER 27-31, 2021 ARE INELIGIBLE TO COMPETE IN THE 2020 MACLAY NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP.

Junior Hunter 3’6” Exhibitors: No rider may ride more than three (3) horses in the Junior Hunter 3’6” Division, and not more than two horses per section. Junior Hunter 3’3” Exhibitors: No rider may ride more than two (2) horses in the Junior Hunter 3’3” Division. Riders may not cross enter into any class at 3’6” or higher in the hunter division or higher than 1.1m in the jumper division at the same competition.

Amateur Owner Hunter Exhibitors: No rider may ride more than two (2) horses in the Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" Division. No rider may ride more than two (2) horses in the Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" Division. Riders may cross enter between the Amateur Owner 3’3” and the Amateur Owner 3’6” sections. Horses may not cross enter between the sections.

Amateur Owner and Junior Jumper Exhibitors: No rider may ride more than two (2) horses in the Amateur Owner or Jr Jumper Division. Horses competing in the International Open Jumper section are not eligible to compete in the Junior or Amateur Owner Jumper Division.


GENERAL INFORMATION

FEED & BEDDING

For feed and bedding contact Dever Inc. (859) 233-9702 or www.deverinc.com.

DRESS CODE

Proper attire is required for all persons entering the competition ring (i.e. appropriate riding clothes or attire which an exhibitor would wear to compete in a model class). No person may jog a horse or walk any course unless properly attired. Jeans and tennis shoes are not considered proper attire while in the competition ring. Black tie or business attire preferred for Thursday & Saturday evenings.

DOGS

DOGS: Dogs are permitted on the grounds of the Kentucky Horse Park but must be leashed. NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED AT ANY TIME IN THE ALLTECH ARENA OR SCHOOLING AREA WHETHER LEASHED OR UNLEASHED.