The CHSA affiliated shows on Saturday, 3/20/21 and Sunday, 3/21/21 have been canceled. Westbrook canceled their March 20th show and Shallowbrook canceled their March 21st show following recent recommendations concerning EHV and horseshowing.
The Pines Horse Show, Glastonbury, CT, on Saturday, March 13, 2021 and the Fox Crossing Horse Show, Morris, CT, on Sunday, March 14, 2021 have been cancelled. Please adjust your plans for showing.
BRV is officially moving the show location on Sunday 2/28/21 from Epic Farm to Westbrook Hunt Club. Same schedule and start time will apply. Westbrook Hunt Club is located at 319 Pond Meadow Road, Westbrook, CT 06498.
CHSA BOD voted to change the CT Training Hunter requirements for trotting in corners. We hope this makes it easier for judges and trainers. Effective date for the rule change is 2/9/2021. An excerpt from the rule is below. From the CHSA Rule Book: ".....CT Training...
Since snow is predicted to start at 10:30 Sunday, 2/7/21, The Pines is going to revise its show schedule for the weekend. All classes will run Saturday 2/6/21; the Sunday schedule will follow after the Saturday timeline. If you need a measurement call the Pines TODAY...
The BRV show scheduled for Sunday, December 20., 2020 at the Westbrook Hunt Club is cancelled.
Please take note: The CHSA affiliated show at THE PINES in Glastonbury this weekend is on SATURDAY DECEMBER 5, 2020. The date was initially listed incorrectly on the CHSA web site calendar. CHSA regrets the error and has made the correction.
The Pines horse show on November 28-29, 2020 is NOT a CHSA rated horse show, but the shows at Westbrook Hunt Club 11/28-29 2020 are. When looking at the Pines prize list on horseshowing.com for 11/28-29 2020, it states a CHSA affiliation and CHSA medals....
The Shallowbrook horse show scheduled for Sunday 11/15/2020 has been cancelled. Decisions were made in the best interest of maintaining pandemic safety recommendations.
The Pines horse show scheduled for Saturday, November 7, 2020 has been canceled due to concerns about the CoViD 19 uptick in cases. Precautions are needed to make sure the horse community continues to be a safe venue going forward.