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BPWHA Now Accepting Resumes



The Bluegrass Pleasure and Walking Horse Association (BPWHA) are now accepting resumes for the position of Show Manager for the 2014 show season. The selected person should be trained on a computer. We use Show Secretary software. The person should be out going and service oriented. The BPWHA is dedicated to showing sound horses in a family atmosphere with fair judging. We hold 8 to 10 shows a year in different locations around the state of Kentucky that are eligible for the Kentucky Breeders’ Incentive Fund program.  Below is a job description.

BPWHA
Show Manager Job Description

Handle all communications with HIO.
(Affiliation forms, required paperwork after show, coordinating with DQP on site)

Handle any communications with USDA
(Supply any requested information)

Coordination with show grounds
(Working with showground as far as required items, and all required communications)

Preparation of printed materials
(Print class sheets, print entry forms, any printing needed for show)

Entry Office
(Handle entries, prepare class sheets for DQP and center ring, prepare pay backs)

Coordinate Help (Entry gate, ring gate, ringmaster, runners, etc.)

Prepare show grounds for show
(Center ring, DQP station, etc.)

Preparation for all required performance reports
(Enter results in computer, prepare final financial reports for BPWHA, email all required performance results to
TWHBEA, SSHAK, Walking Horse Report, The Scoop, etc, and compile results for High Points program)

Please inquire to Bryan Richert by November 1, 2013 at 606-271-0381 or bpwha@outlook.com

 

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