Feed/bedding orders for the Annual Show are due Thursday, August 9by noon! You must have an account set up with Finish Line Feed. Please see the forms (New Account Set Up and Credit Card Authorization) included in the prize list.
Please let Karen (firstname.lastname@example.org) know if you are making a feed order from Finish Line Feed (so that she can make sure they got your order!).
We need someone to run the Horseless Horse Show at the CDHJC Annual Horse Show! Please contact Karen Hurff, email@example.com, to let her know if you, or a bunch of you, are willing to run the Horseless Horse Show which is scheduled to happen during/right after the Exhibitor’s Party on Friday evening. Responsibilities include but not limited to: setting up jumps, course designing, timing, handing out prizes.
A note from our President:
Dear Exhibitors of the CDHJC Annual Horse Show,
On behalf of the Board of the CDHJC, I am very excited to report that we have SOLD OUT of stalls for the 2018 CDHJC Annual Horse Show. Thank you to all of you who got your stall reservations in on time and who have chosen to support this horse show. We know that you have many choices of shows to attend; we are very grateful that you are coming to us.
Any stall reservations that arrive after today will be put on a waiting list. You are welcome to email Belinda at firstname.lastname@example.org to answer any questions.
Again, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Sincerely, Karen Hurff
We have a new and exciting CDHJC Horsemastership Program and Award!!!
The CDHJC presents this award in order to promote the education of our junior members as well-rounded horsepeople. The program will be comprised of three parts: a written exam, a practicum, and a riding phase. Those who are unable or do not wish to participate in the riding phase may still participate in the written and practicum exams. Each phase will be scored out 100 possible points, which will be added together for a final score. Final awards will be given at the 2019 Awards Banquet. Please see the attachments below for more information.
The Capital District Hunter Jumper Council is a not-for-profit organization formed to promote education, sportsmanship, and professionalism at horse shows and in the local horse community. The membership is comprised of hundreds of horse owners, trainers, and riders who compete locally and travel to other elite competitions throughout the country.