EHV-1 Outbreak - Update - March 9, 2013
The Great Southwest Equestrian Center in coordination with the Texas Animal Health Commission, Currie Equine, and the show management for Great Southwest Spring Roundup, Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, Spring Gathering Charity Horse Show and the National Reining Breeder’s Classic would like to announce the Health Protocols to be used during these shows: FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE
Breaking News - EHV-1 Outbreak
The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, Great Southwest Equestrian Center and Currie Equine Clinic, the Official Horse Show Veterinarian are monitoring the developments of the outbreak of EHV-1.
Presently the show is not restricting any horses from participation in the competition. As results come in from Ocala and West Palm Beach decisions will be made on how best to keep all horses on the grounds healthy and safe from disease.
The show does ask that all horses be properly vaccinated. Additionally, owners should keep a daily temperature log of their horses.
For more information please contact Currie Equine Clinic at Currieequine@yahoo.com or 979-826-2852.
If you are planning on showing at Pin Oak, we ask that you get your entries and stall counts in on time, entries close March 4th.
We will continue to monitor the situation and make appropriate arrangements as the show draws closer.
Week One: March 20 - 24, 2013
Week Two: March 26 - March 30, 2013
Week One & Week Two entries close March 4, 2013
2510 South Mason Rd. Suite 410
Katy, TX 77450
2013 BREED SHOW DATES Week One - March 20 - 24
BREAKING NEWS - WORKING EQUITATION
Rule Change for Pin Oak’s 2013 Working Equitation Championships
Sponsored by Haras Dos Cavaleiros
To all Working Equitation Exhibitors:
Since last October’s IALHA National show, a committee composed of regional Working Equitation groups from all over the United States has been meeting to standardize the rules for all-breed Working Equitation in the United States, with the goal of making the U.S. eligible to become a member of the World Association of Working Equitation (WAWE.) This group is known as the Working Equitation Association of the United States (WEA-US.) TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NEW RULES CLICK HERE.
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With the opening of the new Tellepsen Arena at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center, Pin Oak Charity Horse Show's Week One Breed Show has the room to enhance stabling and warm up areas for American Saddlebreds, Andalusians and Lusitanos.
All American Saddlebred classes will be held in the Main Arena, along with Andalusian / Lusitano performance classes, just like last year.
The breed competitors will be stabled together at the east end of GSEC in the AA barn with any overflow going into the A barn with stall fees set at $125.
The East Arena, formerly the location of jumper classes, will be designated exclusively for Breed Show schooling and warm up. GSEC will be constructing a new covered portico between the East Arena and the Main Arena to facilitate entry from our new schooling area!
We think these changes will enhance everyone's Week One show experience, for the best Pin Oak Breed Show ever!
Breed Show Manager, Peter Fenton, Breed Show Chairs, Elly Berman, Joan Cantrell, Linda Graham, Executive Director, Roxanne Cook, and President, Lynn Walsh look forward to welcoming you to Pin Oak.
For Updates On Hunters Click Here
For Updates on Jumpers Click Here
For Updates on American Saddlebreds Click Here
For Updates on Andalusian / Lusitano Click Here
For Updates on Welsh Pony & Cob Click Here
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