FAQ

We are not printing a prize list due to delays caused by Covid-19, prize list will be available online https://wchorseshow.com
Horse shows must limit attendance to: essential staff, volunteers, and service providers; judges; trainers; participants/riders; groomers, and; owners. If a participant is a minor, their parents or primary caregivers may attend with them.
Owners and Parents will pick up tickets for the session/sessions that their horse/horses are in at the Horse Show Office
Grooms - these bands will get you into the makeup arena

Trainers - these bands will get you into the makeup arena and on the rail (these are only for trainers)

Media - will get you into the upper bowl
Yes, grooms are allowed to stay with the horses at night
No large gatherings

Each stall is allowed 2 people

Everyone in the barns must social distance
3 media bands allowed per magazine
Pay per View link will be posted at https://wchorseshow.com/live-streaming
There will be a Large Schedule board located outside of the Horse Show Office
There are no Box Seats or Suites for the 2020 WCHS- If you have paid for your box seats you will be reimbursed

The tickets will remain in your name for use 2021.
Inside Freedom Hall in the Eastside Suite
Yes, VIP Parking passes can be purchased
Yes, they will be available for pre-purchase and in the Horse Show Office
All horses are eligible, but the horses with the most points will be able to show. If the class is not filled to capacity, then the horses with no or few points will be drawn in order to participate. This will be done as soon as the entries are all entered and those not eligible will be notified immediately.
The entry date is July 6 until July 20th

The post entry fee of $1,000 has been waived this year due to the circumstances of Covid-19