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  • Florida Horse Park Schooling Show 7/25

    The Florida Horse Park is hosting a schooling show on July 25, 2009.

    Come jump around in a fun, low pressure environment.

    The show jump course will be designed by Damian Guthrie.

    Entries are due by 7/17.
    Entry forms can be found here:

    www.flhorsepark.com

    The Schooling Show will also offer Dressage classes and a 3-Phase (with cross country).

    Jennifer Holling, of Willow Run Farm, is the show secretary: 352-207-9014

    Tell all your friends and come out to the Florida Horse Park for a great show!
    Last edited by Plumb Loco; Jul. 10, 2009, 09:19 AM. Reason: Fix website link
    "Pigs and horses are mortal enemies." K. Perkins
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    Entry for for FHP schooling show 7/25

    DRESSAGE, JUMPER & 3-PHASE SCHOOLING SHOW
    Show Date: Saturday, July 25th, 2009
    Entries must be received at the Horse Park office SEVEN DAYS prior to the show
    date.
    CLASSES OFFERED:
    1. Introductory Test A 8. First Level Test 2 15. Jumpers 2’6”
    2. Introductory Test B 9. First Level Test 3 16. Jumpers 3’
    3. Training Level Test 1 10. First Level Test 4 17. Jumpers 3’6”
    4. Training Level Test 2 11. Second Level & Up/ USDF & FEI 18. Jumpers 4’
    5. Training Level Test 3 12. Any USEA Eventing Test(s) & FEI
    6. Training Level Test 4 13. Jumpers – 18” 20. Beg. Novice 3-Phase
    7. First Level Test 1 14. Jumpers – 2’ 21. Novice 3-Phase
    22. Training 3-Phase
    ENTRY INFORMATION
    ♦ CLASS PRICES:
    Dressage Class: $25
    Jumper Class: $20
    Cross-country only: $50
    3-Phase: $85
    ♦ STABLING: Stalls are $20 per night. Ship-in fee is $10 per horse (for non-stabling horses only).
    ♦ SCHOOLING: Non-showing horses must pay a $15 grounds fee plus stabling or ship-in fee.
    ♦ COGGINS: A current, negative coggins test is required for ALL horses.
    ♦ RELEASE FORM: A signed release form must accompany every entry.
    ♦ RIDE TIMES: Will be emailed the Thursday prior to the show and posted at
    www.flhorsepark.com
    ♦ DRESSAGE ARENAS: All USEA dressage tests will be ridden in the SMALL arena in a sand
    arena. USDF and FEI tests may be run in a large sand arena if entries warrant. Please state your
    preference on entry form.
    ♦ JUMPING CLASSES: Jumping classes will be on the all-weather surface.
    ♦ DRESS FOR SHOW: Shirts with sleeves and collars, britches, boots, appropriate headgear.
    ♦ LATE ENTRIES: Late entries will only be taken if space allows.
    There will be a $20 late fee for all entries taken after closing date, which is 7 days prior to show
    date.
    A late entry is an entry mailed after or received (via email or fax) after the closing date which is 7
    days prior to show date. Open checks will be allowed for payment of jumper classes only. No
    refunds after closing date for dressage classes.
    Make checks payable to and mail or fax entries to:
    Florida Horse Park 11008 S Hwy 475 Ocala, FL 34480
    Phone: (352) 307-6699 Fax: (352) 307-6799 Email: events@flhorsepark.com
    Website: www.flhorsepark.com
    SHOW SECRETARY: JENNIFER HOLLING 352-207-9014
    DRESSAGE, JUMPER & 3-PHASE SCHOOLING SHOW
    Entry Form (One horse/rider per form)
    Show Date: Saturday, July 25th, 2009
    Rider:_____________________________Horse:_________ __________________
    Address:_____________________City/St/Zip:_____________________________
    Phone:_______________________Email:_______________ __________________
    Check Desired Dressage Class(s): 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
    10
    11 What Test(s): __________________________________________________ ____
    12 What Test(s): __________________________________________________ ____
    Check Desired Jumper Class(s): 13 14 15 16 17 18
    3-Phase Class(s): 19 20 21 22
    Schooling only Shipping in Needs a stall—Stable with
    _______________
    ENTRY PAYMENT SUMMARY
    _____ Regular Dressage Class(s) @ $ 25 per class $________________
    _____ Jumping Class(s) @ $ 20 per class $________________
    _____ Cross Country ONLY @ $50 per horse $________________
    _____ 3-Phase Class(s) @ $ 85 per class $________________
    _____ Stabling Fee @ $20/night - stalls must be cleaned $________________
    _____ Ship-in fee $10 – for horses not stabling only $________________
    _____ Non-Showing Horse(s) Schooling Fee @ $15/horse $________________
    TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $_________________
    Method of Payment (circle one): Cash Check Credit Card
    Type of Card: Visa Master Card American Express
    Name on Card:_____________________________________________ ___________________
    Credit Card #_________________________________________Exp. Date:_________________
    Security Code #______________________________ Billing Zip Code _____________________
    Signature:________________________________________ ______________________________
    Mail / fax Entries to: Florida Horse Park ~ 11008 S Hwy 475 ~ Ocala, Florida 34480
    Fax: 352-307-6799
    "Pigs and horses are mortal enemies." K. Perkins

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