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SLADS Fall Dressage Schooling Show

Saturday, November 23, 2019
The National Equestrian Center

6880 Lake St. Louis Blvd.
Lake St. Louis, MO  63367

Additional Info:
Lindsey Culver
6366984910 (c)
SLADS Schooling Shows
Registration is required before Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Activities/Items    (Click the down-arrow to the left of the activity/item to view the details)
EASP Donation
Online Entry Processing Fee
Office Fee ($10 for SLADS Members $15 for non SLADS Members)
Shavings ($9/Bag - 2 Minimum)
Stabling ($50 Per Stall) - REQUIRED
Tack Stall ($35 Per Day)
Late Fee ($10 After Close)
Non-Competing Horse ($20)
Entries open on October 16th and close on November 16th. 

EASP - Education and Scholarship Program - Donations Appreciated.

A full refund less office fee will be provided before the deadline.  A Completed Entry form includes a Current Negative Coggins Certificate, Proof of Vaccinations and/or a Health Certificate, and payment. 

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  1. Four rides per day total for any single horse when ridden by multiple riders.
  2. Riding helmet required whenever on horse, for ALL classes.  (Insurance rule).
  3. Dress is informal.
  4. Vaccination Record (flu/rhino) within 6 months required, negative Coggins required for all horses.
  5. Health Certificate required for out-of-state horses written within 15 days.
Agreement to hold harmless:  In consideration of acceptance of this entry, I agree to hold harmless any directors, officers or members of the St. Louis Area Dressage Society (SLADS), as well as the owners or agents of the National Equestrian Center (NEC) from any claim or loss or accidental injury or death which may be alleged to have been caused directly or indirectly to self, child, or horse.