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SHOW Continues Affiliations



SHOW, Inc. continues to affiliate horse shows and sales as a certified Horse Industry Organization (HIO) with the USDA.

Continuing with last year’s agreement with the Performance Show Horse Association (PSHA), SHOW’s inspection/HIO fee is $25 per padded entry and $25 per flat shod entry plus $5 for any additional inspections of flat shod horses.  The first $15 of every $25 is sent to PSHA to help with the many issues that face the Tennessee Walking Horse Industry today.  The remaining $10 per entry covers salary, insurance, video equipment, leases and all other SHOW overhead costs.

SHOW does intend to continue its practice of honoring the suspensions of other HIOs as well as being the most fair and thorough inspection service offered.

Our DQP Continued Education clinic is scheduled for March 8, 2014 in Shelbyville, TN inside the Calsonic Conference Room where representation from the USDA will be presenting information for the show season as well as observing SHOW DQPs inspecting flat shod and padded horses as part of their yearly review.

Should you need affiliation information feel free to call the SHOW office at 931/684-9506 or email to rreed@showhio.com.

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