KENNETT SQUARE, Pa--Cheshire Point-to-Point, originally scheduled for March 29, first rescheduled to June 7 and has now rescheduled again to June 14.
Cheshire Point-to-Point will be held at Willowdale's race track in Kennett Square.
SKILLMAN, N.J.--Princeton Show Jumping announced a revised scedule due to te USEF's suspension of shows.
The suspension of USEF events due to COVID-19 has been extended to May 3.
The first 3 weeks of our 4 week Spring Series have been officially canceled (April 15-19, April 22-26, and April 30-May 3)
Please join us May 6-10 for our AA Hunter, Equitation, Jumper show.
We are accepting entries and plan to continue with this event as scheduled.
Please continue to send in your entries and stall payments by April 3.
IN THE unexpected event that we are unable to hold the May 6-10 show, we will offer a full refund to everyone who has entered.
The well-being of our exhibitors is our priority.
We will be implementing "best practices" as deemed by the Center for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, the New Jersey State Department of Health, USEF, and local health agencies.
We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and communicate with exhibitors. Please check the Princeton Show Jumping website for updates.
USHJA, joining the USEF, suspends shows until May 3.
In an effort to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, the U.S. Hunter Jumper Association will extend the suspension of all USHJA competitions and events until May 3, 2020.
Competitions that choose to run during this time period may not include the USHJA name with any class or property and will do so without USHJA recognition.
Competitors attending those events will not be able to accumulate or earn points, scores, money won, qualifications or rankings during this period for USEF or USHJA awards programs, Championships and events.
Similarly, USHJA Outreach classes are suspended.
The USHJA is committed to supporting date changes for any USHJA properties scheduled to occur between March 16 and May 3, as rescheduling is in the best interest of the sport.
The USHJA will work to accommodate the rescheduling of as many USHJA events as possible at the request of the manager.
The USHJA will refund any fees already collected from Competitions hosting USHJA properties to take place during the suspension time period.
DEVON, Pa.-- In a sign that perhaps someday this madness will end, entries are now open for the 2020 BRANDYWINE HORSE SHOWS, which will offer two weeks of premier hunter, jumper, and equitation competition at the Devon Show Grounds.
The event will feature two premiere rated shows, which will run June 24 - 28 and June 30 - July 5, as well as the USEF Junior Hunter National Championships - East Coast, on July 6 and 7, 2020.
Entries must be submitted by May 22 so be sure to visit BrandywineHorseShows.com to download both prize lists and forms.
The 2020 title sponsor will be the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund, and the show will once again be presented by Taylor Harris Insurance Services (THIS).
The 2020 Brandywine Horse Shows are closely monitoring information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The safety and welfare of our exhibitors, staff and attendees is our top priority.
We recognize the growing concerns of the community.
Our Executive Committee continues to review the communications on this illness issued from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, USEF, FEI and other regulatory organizations.
At this point in time we are hoping to proceed as scheduled with our shows.
Entries and stall reservations will remain open for both shows and may be secured online by credit card and by mail with a check.
However, no credit cards will be charged and no checks deposited until we are certain that the shows can be held safely.