GMHA May Schooling and Jumper Show
Start Date:May 07, 2022
End Date: May 07, 2022
Location:5491 South Road, S. Woodstock, VT, United States
Event Open:April 1, 2022
Event Close:April 29, 2022
GMHA is hosting a schooling hunter and pleasure show in the morning and then rounding out the afternoon with jumper classes. Make it a weekend event and join the CVDA dressage Development Day clinic on Saturday and/or their Schooling Dressage show on Sunday. GMHA and CVDA events must be entered separately. Additional details for CVDA Development Day Clinics and Schooling Shows can be found at this link: https://cvda.org/entry-forms-and-releases
GMHA Schooling Hunter & Pleasure Show:
- Morning classes starting at 9am – Fun abounds with horse showing at GMHA’s May Schooling Show! Classes include lead line, equitation, pleasure, hunt seat, games, trail class, pairs, etc… something for everyone!
GMHA Jumper Schooling Show:
- After the lunch break – Jumper Schooling Show classes starting with and going up in height…
- Ground Poles & 12″ Cross Rails
- 2′ – 2’3″
- 2’9″ – 3′
Click on the buttons to the right for our Prize List, Entry Forms, and Waivers for the GMHA shows (Please enter the CVDA events separetly).
- Pre-Entries OPEN: 4/1/2022
- Pre-Entries CLOSE: 4/29/2022
- POST ENTRIES accepted for an additional fee after the closing date and “day-of” show.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Want to be part of the action but not riding? Volunteer as a ring steward, gate check, runner, etc! Click the link below or reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. All our volunteers receive a shift meal, Dark Horse Chocolates, and credit towards our GMHA Volunteer Rewards Program for year-end recognition in our annual magazine, annual report, a special gift for those who volunteer 25 or more hours in a season, and a chance at earning our “Volunteer Of The Year Award” for Seniors or Juniors!
Horse Health Requirements
GMHA requires a negative Coggins and proof of rabies vaccination within 12 months for each horse that comes on the property. Rabies titers are accepted within one year of event date and must accompany a note from your veterinarian explaining the reason why the vaccine could not be administered.
Please note that the State of Vermont requires a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection within 30 days or Exhibition Permit from the Vermont Agency of Agriculture’s Animal Health office for any horses entering the state. GMHA does not require these documents with entry, but the VT Agency of Agriculture may enforce these regulations at any time.