It's a nice low key day, great for getting kids and young horses out into the ring and out and about. The concession stand serves great food and there's plenty of parking. All breeds and riding styles welcome, and you don't need specific show clothes. Wear it if you've got it, but clean, neat, and safe is al that's required.
Gates open at noon, 1st class at 2pm
** The club DOES require the Original coggins, not a copy** A couple of years ago we got burned by someone doctoring their coggins and someone else calling the Ag Dept on them, but not telling the PTB in the club. Big fat unnecessary hassle now = original coggins only.
Yep, anything but proper jumping attire! one gal goes bareback with baling twine for a halter or a neck rope, and a can of soda in one hand. She says it ought to be beer, but she's under age! She herself is in shorts and bare feet if its warm enough