Covered Bridge Pony Club, a member club of United States Pony Clubs, will be having their annual Open Combined Test show at Stone Place Stables in Prospect, Kentucky. This is the sole fundraiser for the CBPC and used by many area eventers as the kickoff to the year's eventing shows. The combined test consists of two phases which are dressage and stadium jumping.
The non-sanctioned divisions are as follows: Restricted Walk/Trot-Green Rider, Open Walk/Trot-Green Horse, Baby Starter
MSEDA sanctioned divisions are as follows: Starter, Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, Preliminary
Baby Starter level and up must wear a USEA medical armband with insert for the jumping phase. USEA armbands will be for sale with inserts available for $10.00 at the show. All completed entries must be accompanied with a copy of horse's coggins dated March 11, 2011 or later, and be postmarked or hand delivered to show secretary no later than the closing date of Tuesday, February 28, 2012.
Show secretary Peggi Bindner can be contacted at home: 502-228-5678 day or evening, by fax 502-228-9379, cell if no answer at home phone: 502-550-2640
Entry forms and show bill with complete information for this show, including the dressage tests to be rode in each division, can be accessed at the Covered Bridge Pony Club website here.
Stone Place Stables is located at 7718 Rose Island Rd., Prospect, Kentucky.
Photo: Photo courtesy of United States Pony Clubs
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