GHHJA Horse Show Applicants and Show Managers
Recognition of a horse show will be extended by GHHJA to any applicant upon final approval of the prize list by the Horse Show Compliance Committee. Recognition is based upon the offering and completion of at least the required number of GHHJA recognized divisions. The minimum classes and entries to qualify a division for this purpose is addressed in Article 401 of the Rules and Regulations. Recognition of the horse show may be withdrawn if the minimum divisions do not make and/or the following criteria are not met:
- The applicant must submit show application with fee and obtain award of date from the GHHJA board (Part 1).
- The applicant must timely submit prize list and obtain final approval from the Horse Show Compliance Committee (Part 2). Recognition of the show is extended to the applicant and must be noted on the prize list.
- The applicant must timely comply with all filing/notice requirements and conduct the show in accordance with all GHHJA rules and regulations.
- The number of eligible GHHJA shows shall be limited to a maximum of 28 horse shows per show year.
Horse Show Applicants
Horse Show Application
Any Life Member (over age 18) or Senior Member who has been a GHHJA and USEF member in good standing for two years or more (at least 24 consecutive months) is eligible to apply for show recognition. The Applicant must also be a current member in good standing of the USEF and USHJA as of January 1 of the show year in which the GHHJA recognized show will be held.
All applications will be reviewed, but no applicants are guaranteed dates. In cases of conflict between applicants for specific dates, priority will be given to the applicant that had a show on that date the previous year. In the case of an open date, decision will be made on first application received.
Applications will open on September 1st each year and are due by October 31st. No exceptions.
$100 per show must be submitted at the time of application. A $50 refund per show will be provided if no fines are incurred.