Germantown Charity Horse Show
June 8 - June 12
I'm getting a lot of questions about having spectators at this year's horse show. Yes, spectators are allowed as of May 3!
USEF considers “spectators” to be the general public, fans, or any individuals who are not directly involved in the competition. They do not consider participants, parents, staff, service providers, volunteers, support personnel, or sponsors to be spectators/general public. Currently we are allowed a maximum of 40% of the ticketed spectator capacity. For GCHS, our main arena has a capacity of 5,000, which means we can sell 2,000 general admission tickets each night. Spectators will have their temperature checked on arrival, be expected to maintain a safe distance of 6’ from others not in their immediate household and wear a face mask or covering (except when eating or drinking).
Exhibitor passes (wristbands) will give you access to general admission seating in the main arena, just like in the past. Two (2) passes are provided for each horse or pony entered. Additional passes can be purchased in the show office for $5 each. These passes are intended for participants, parents, staff, service providers, volunteers, support personnel, or sponsors and are not included in our 40% maximum capacity.
The Germantown Charity Horse Show will comply with all regulations set forth by the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), along with local, state, and federal authorities. A copy of the USEF Covid-19 Action Plan can be found by clicking here.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.