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Great Southwest Equestrian Center

A Premier Equestrian Center

Host to some of the most prestigious horse shows in the country

Winter Series           Fall Classic          Autumn Classic           USHJA Zone 7 Championships

  National Reining Breeders Classic           Pin Oak Charity Horse Show

Heritage Classic Reining          Spring Gathering          Final Chase  

Harvest          Shoofly Farm CDI & Houston Dressage Society Spring Classic  I & II

Great AM/USDF Region 9 Championship & HDS Autumn Classic


Visitor's Guide

For the 2017 show season we will be following the protocols established by USEF for vaccinating horses for Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) for all shows held at Great Southwest Equestrian Center. At the USEF recognized Hunter Jumper competitions you will be asked to present all horses vaccination records--showing or not--at the check in shed along with their negative Coggins. For GSEC Dressage you can send your vaccination records to the show secretary with your Coggins. For the non-recognized shows you may be asked to produce your vaccination records. If you do not have them and cannot access them you may be asked to leave the grounds. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding with this. 

For everyone's reference the rule is listed below. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Amy Uniss at 281-978-0767.

GR845 Equine Vaccination Rule

1. At Federation licensed competitions, horses entering the grounds must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within six months prior to entering the stables. Horses not in compliance with this rule may be required to leave the competition grounds upon request by Competition Management. Documentation should consist of one of the following methods mentioned below. The frequency of vaccine administration should be per the vaccine manufacturers’ or veterinarian’s recommendations. It is recommended that vaccines are administered by or under the direction of a veterinarian.

2. In the case of vaccines administered by a veterinarian, the exhibitor, upon request by Competition Management, must provide documentation from the veterinarian on documenting that the horse in question received the vaccinations; name of the vaccines and date of vaccine administration.

3. In the case of vaccines administered by a person other than a veterinarian, the exhibitor, upon request by Competition Management, must provide a receipt of the vaccine purchase which is signed by the owner, or agent with care, custody, and control of the horse; name, serial number and expiration date of the vaccine; and date of vaccine administration.

4. In the case of a horse that is unable to receive either of the vaccinations due to a history of adverse reactions, the exhibitor, upon request by Competition Management, must provide a letter from the veterinarian on official letterhead stating that the horse

in question cannot be vaccinated due to medical concerns and a log of temperatures taken twice daily for the seven days prior to entering the competition grounds. These horses must also have their temperature taken and logged twice daily while on the competition grounds. The log of temperatures should be provided to the Competition Management, steward, or technical delegate when requested.

5. Competition Management may not amend or enhance vaccination requirements without prior approval of the Veterinary Committee. BOD 1/17/15 Effective 12/1/15.

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Great Southwest Equestrian Center

“The Hub of the Southwestern Sport Horse World”

-Open Fences Magazine