LHF Dressage Schooling Show Information

Entries must be delivered to farm no later than the Sunday before the show this is the "closing date"

No refunds will be issued or applied to future show after closing date.

Do not send entries Certified Mail
(we have to drive into Boerne to pick them up)

Do not pay with Cash or Money Orders or Cashiers Check
(we have to make special arrangements to refund if show is cancelled)

Changes made to entry after closing date will be charged $10.00 per change

Coggins must accompany each entry
Name on Coggins and Entry should match or be listed AKA
(Staple behind entry upper left corner)
(If you are planning on bringing Coggins to the office day of show
please write this on the entry form. Do not mail or email Coggins separately as they can get lost)

A separate check for the right amount must be attached to each entry
(If possible please staple to front of entry where noted)

One entry with separate check and Coggins per horse and rider

No entry accepted without payment of fees

Entry Fees

$25 per test
$30 office fee; per entry, (not test)
$5 refund at show if entry properly completed, a check for that entry
amount and horse's current Coggins is attached, and entry received before closing date.

$5 late fee per test; space available basis

$35 Grounds fee (for horses not entered in show)
(All horses on grounds must display bridle tag)

If one rider is riding multiple horses or multiple riders are sharing the same horse, or you have any other
special requirements such as time constraints, attach a cover sheet to every entry this applies to.
We will try to accommodate however none of the entries will receive the $5.00 reimbursement.
Each entry must have a Coggins and separate check attached

Management reserves the right to cancel or combine classes,
change officials, or refuse entries.  

Classes are filled on a first-come first-served basis.

Entries must be receive at the farm no later than Sunday before the show.
This is considered the "in hand date

Informal attire, boots and helmets mandatory.

Anyone mounted on a horse must wear properly fastened certified protective headgear per USEF Rules

USEF/USDF rules will be followed with regards to tack.

Classes Offered:

Lead Line!
(no one entered in Lead Line may enter any other class)

Introductory Tests

Training through 4th level

USEF Western Dressage Tests

All other Tests By Request (USEA Tests are not offered)

Divisions:
Open, Adult, 13/Over, 12/Under

Ribbons:
1st-9th place in each class

Champion/Reserve
Champion and Reserve Champion Ribbons will be given for each Division
within each Level when at least two or more Riders in the same
Division ride at least two or more tests at the same Level
Rider's top two scores will be averaged

Series Grand Champion and Reserve Champion

A Series Champion and Reserve Champion award  will be given
for each Division with in each Level
when at least two or more Riders in a Division/Level
enter at least two or more tests in at least two or more shows.

Arenas:
Two 20m x 60m outdoor sand
(may be shortened to 20m x 40m for Intro and Training 1-2)

Warm-up:
80’x 160’ covered sand arena

Ride Times:
Ride times will be posted at www.libertyhillfarm.net
Friday evening before the show

Please call 210-445-1935 if you need any information.


Tips and Suggestions
For a variety of reasons shows cannot always be scheduled in order of
lowest level class to highest.  This means that at times your upper level class may have to be scheduled earlier than you
lower level class.  Entering classes in one Level, such as Intro or Training rather than Intro and Training or Training and
First will help to keep this from happening.
Entering classes at the same Level and which are adjacent to one another will help in
avoiding long times between your rides.  
(Example Intro A / B or  B/C  Training 1/ 2 or 2/3 instead of Intro A/C or
Training 1/3)  
These are suggestions, not guarantees
that you will not have a long wait between your classes.