Welcome to Winner’s Circle and Hunter’s Isle Horse Shows 2014 show season!
BOO! It's that time of the year again, Halloween is upon us. As we did last year, we will be holding a costume contest at the November 2nd show! The contest was a HUGE hit last year bringing out some very creative costumes for both riders and their very patient mounts. We hope to have even more participants this year!
We will be holding an indoor show at Knoll Farm on November 23rd. The entry form and prize list can be found under the "Prize List" category. We are excited to see you all there!
Following a very successful 2013, we will again run all our shows at the Suffolk County Farm in Yaphank and are looking forward to a fantastic competition season.
As we did last year, we will again hold three show series — Spring, Summer and Fall — with each series having separate prize lists, time schedules, special events and Grand Champion awards. Our premier annual charity event, the Winner’s Circle Charity Show, will be held on July 9 for the benefit of Little Shelter Animal Rescue in Huntington and will feature an individual prize list, raffles, and Champion Awards for each division.
Information regarding Winner's Circle Charity Horse Show held on July 9, 2014:
Once again we welcome our exhibitors to use our online entry system both through this website and www.horseshowing.com. Class counts will be available on both websites the day before each show and, in order to post accurate counts, we ask that all exhibitors pre-enter no later than 48 hours before the show starting time. Pre–entry saves exhibitors money and helps ensure a better run competition with shorter lines at the secretary’s stand! Trainers can help to provide their riders with easier, less expensive showing experiences by helping them get their fully completed and signed entries in on time. Again this year, each exhibitor who has pre-entered a complete entry form will be entered in a raffle at each show and be eligible for a show fee credit for that show.
For the comfort and safety of our exhibitors and their horses during schooling, schooling in all competition and schooling rings will be carefully monitored. All riders will be asked to wear their back numbers and riders who have not entered the competition may not school.
We are in full gear preparing for a great 2014 season – readying the jumps and enhancements, ordering the ribbons and awards and prepping the equipment and rings. We look forward to sharing it with all and wish everyone Happy Showing!