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SHOW Mails Out Horse Cards



SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. – The SHOW HIO has mailed out the 2010 SHOW Horse Cards. The SHOW Horse Cards should be arriving before this weekend; however, should the horse card not arrive prior to any show, the purchase can be verified at the horse show entry office or at the inspection area where current card holders are available.

SHOW Horse Card numbers may also be obtained prior to going to a show by calling the SHOW office. Anyone who has not purchased a SHOW Horse Card may do so at the horse show entry office the day of the show by filling out an application and remitting the fee.  Horse Card fees can be sent in after the show but failure to do so will result in the horse being placed on suspension.

SHOW Horse Cards are $100 which allows the horse to be inspected for a full calendar year at no additional charge per inspection.  For entries that show infrequently, SHOW has offered a temporary $25 Horse Card that is good for one day only.  Purchasing five one-day cards will qualify for a year-long horse card.  At WHOA affiliated shows that are ribbon-only (no prize money awarded), SHOW will honor the $6 per day per horse fee that was previously charged by the NHSC and SHOW in years past.  Entries at these shows will not be required to have a horse card but if they have purchased one will not be required to pay the additional $6.

SHOW Horse Cards are also available online or may be purchased by calling the SHOW office from 8a.m. to 4p.m. CST daily, Monday thru Friday (931) 684-9506. Normal turnaround time will be four to five days by mail. SHOW appreciates your support of the SHOW Horse Card Program and your patience as we have implemented this new program.

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