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Byard issues notice to all trainers



Dean Byard, show chairman for the 50th anniversary of the National Trainers’ Show, has issued the following notice to all persons entering horses at the event, scheduled for Mar. 22-24 at the Calsonic Arena in Shelbyville, Tennessee.

The notice reads as follows:

• Enforcement of correctly completed entry forms as mandated by USDA and SHOW HIO will be done at the 2018 National Trainers’ Show. If the forms do not have the necessary information, then entries will not be accepted and the custodian of the entry form will be notified so changes can be made.

• Each area of the form must be completed in its entirety: Including full address of owner, trainer and rider, registered name of horse, registration number of horse, trainer’s number, etc.”

• No P.O. Box addresses will be accepted

• Trainers signature required. No barn name listing.

The WHTA can help you with this:

1. Email all entry information to twhentries@gmail.com by noon CST each day of the show. 
2. When you come to the show that afternoon, come to the entry office and your entire entry form will be completed and all you will need to do is sign it, pick up your back numbers and leave payment source. This will eliminate you from having to call your entries in and will also prevent you from coming on site by noon to make your entries. Or …
3. Fax your entries to 931-684-5949, making sure you use a current entry form that is signed and have all areas completed. Remember, the deadline is noon each day. 
4.) Or as usual, You can bring it to the entry office.

“We are excited about this Golden Anniversary so please help us make this event a history-maker,” said Bill Cantrell. “We are here to help you with your entry process.” 
 

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