CSHA Region 5 English Western Program

      "Same Date, New Location, New Format"

SHOW CANCELLATION

27th Annual

Region

 

 Spring Stampede

English Western Horse Show

Buckle Series

NO RESCHEDULED DATE AT THIS TIME

Registration opens at 7AM
Warm up arena opens at 7AM
Show starts at 8AM

Judges:
Heather Corfee, CSHA, Sacramento, CA
Second Judge To be Announced

Location:
Pleasanton Equestrian Center
Alameda County Fairgrounds
Gate 12, Valley Ave/Road 12
Pleasanton, CA 94566
Website: 
https://alamedacountyfair.com/equestrian-center

Approved by:
CSHA, PAC
Region 5 Double Points Show 

Classes being offered in:
Halter, Showmanship, Leadline, English, Western, Ranch, Reining & Trail

Awards:
Prizes to First Place. Ribbons First thru Sixth Place
14 Daily High Point Award Categories with High Point Championship Ribbons and Prizes

Jackpot Classes:
English, Western, Ranch & Reining
$50/$30/$20 Dollar Minimum Guarantee Payouts to 1st, 2nd & 3rd Places

Open to the Public
***Class Fee Discounts for CSHA, 4H & Public Pre-Enties ***
 

NEW SERVICES BEING OFFERED FOR 2020
Overnight and Day Stalls
Full hookup RV/Living Quarters Trailer Park
Contact the Equestrian Center directly to make reservations
Jenn Pendergast
, Equestrian Center Coordinator
925-426-7612

Onsite Food Concessionaire
"Stable Cafe"
 

BUCKLE SERIES INFORMATION AND SHOW PREMIUM
Class List and Entry Form is available online:
2020 Stampede Show Premium

Show results are available online:
www.horseshowtime.com
 

For  more information contact:
George Yamamoto, Show Manager
region5ew@comcast.net

Google Map and Directions:
I680 to Bernal Ave exit. Left turn onto Valley Ave. Enter Fairgrounds at Gate 12. Road 12 to Fairgrounds Rd. Right turn on Fairgrounds Rd. Equestrian Center and car parking immediately on your right. Cars park in the lot at the entrance to the Equestrian Center. Trailers only enter Equestrian Center gate and follow signs to parking.

  Notice to Exhibitors:

Under California law this is a public event which falls under the mandate of industry funded California's Equine Medication Monitoring Program (EMMP). The intent of the EMMP is to ensure the integrity of public horse shows, competitions and sales through the control of performance and disposition enhancing drugs and permitting limited therapeutic use of drugs at an equine event. For guidance on permitted drugs and medication visit the CDFA EMMP website.

 

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