Three more USEA recognized events will join the list of competitions affected by the coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic. US Equestrian recently extended its competition suspension recommendations through May 3, and the remainder of the spring and summer still remains very much in question. Here are the most recent events who have released statements regarding their status:
In accordance with the most recent statement issued by the United States Eventing Association, Skyline Eventing is canceling our Spring Horse Trial on May 1-3. A Skyline committee member will be reaching out to all that have entered and paid entry fees. Entry fees will be fully refundable, or any fees paid can be used towards cross-country schooling, future shows, etc.
We are currently working with both Area IX and the USEA for flexibility on additional dates for both recognized and unrecognized showing opportunities. Please stay tuned to Skyline’s Facebook and Instagram pages for any updates. Also, our cross-country course is currently open for schooling at $35 per horse. We ask that anyone who chooses to school at this time uses their best judgement.
Thank you all for your continued support!
Coconino Spring H.T. (May 24-25, 2020 in Flagstaff, AZ) – postponed, tentatively rescheduled for September 12-13, 2020)
To view an continuously updated list of competitions, both eventing and otherwise, affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, click here.