All-Breed Association headquartered in Scott County, Virginia
at the Scott County Horse Park located at
240 Cub Creek Lane,
Dungannon, Va. 24245
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
mailing address is: P.O. Box 342, Gate City, Va. 24251
Also visit the Scott
County Horse Park Facebook Page for last minute updates.
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schedule of horse shows has been added to the SCRHA
Events Calendar. Non-SCRHA shows will be included under Scott
County Horse Park Events.
The 2015 Vet
Day at the Park will be on Saturday, March 21 starting at 1:30
pm. Dr. Bill Fuller will be available for vaccinations,
teeth floating, coggins, etc.
The 2015 Trail
Ride Schedule has been added to the Events
Now would be a
great time to join or renew with the Scott County Regional Horse
Association!! Please click the
following link for the membership form: 2015
SCRHA Membership Form.
to our newly elected officers for the term from 2015-16.
From left to right: Kathy Givens, president; Deetsie
Vermillion, vice-president; Karen Smith, secretary; and Christy
Scott County Regional Horse Association is a member of the
Southern States S.H.O.W. Program. By saving and sending in
the proofs of purchases off of Reliance and Legends feed, we can
earn money to be used towards our equine events. All proof
of purchases earn $0.25 per
proof. Please cut the proofs of purchases from your bags and
send to Paula Riddle, 5398 Midway Rd., Gate City, Va.
||The Scott County Regional
Horse Assn. deeply appreciates the support of the Virginia
Horse Industry Board over the last few years. To
find out more about this board, please go to http://www.vhib.org/.
Updates and Information!!!
from the 2014 Reasons for Riding Horse Show are now available on
our Horse Show Results
10/4/2014* The current standings for the
Adult High Point Classes are now available. If there are
any questions, please email Paula Riddle
or call (276)452-1058. 2014 Adult High Point
10/4/2014* The current standings for the Youth
(High Point) Participation Program are now available at the
following link: 2014 Juvenile High Point
Tally. All kids please remember to also be keeping
up with your points for the 2014 Riding for the Green
9/27/2014* Shots from
the Gentry Creek Trail Ride have been added to our Photo
6/27/2014* The photographer
at many of our horse shows is Fun Time Fotos.
Please visit their website at http://funtimefotos.zenfolio.com/
to view proofs from the shows.
to Jennifer Meade for being the photographer at the Summer
Jubilee Show. All her proofs are posted on the horse
park facebook page at Scott
County Horse Park Facebook.
4/20/2014* Open Ambling Country Pleasure
has been added to our list of adult high point classes.
Anyone interested in nominating for this class that does so
before the next horse show will receive their points from the
Spring Classic Show, so please send in your high point form
for the juveniles in 2014 is the "Riding for the
Green" participation program. This
program is meant to encourage more participation from our
juveniles and will be based solely on each juvenile’s
participation at SCRHA horse shows.
juvenile that chooses to “Ride for the Green”, will earn
one point for each class that they enter during the 2014
season by listing it on a log form.
The placing in the class will NOT be considered.
At the awards banquet in early 2015, the three juveniles with
the most participation points (excluding the regular high
point winners) will be awarded their “green” as follows:
1st - $75, 2nd -
$50, and 3rd - $25. For more information,
please see the log for for this program: 2014 Riding for the Green Log
With the first show in a month, it's time to start signing up
for the high point programs. Participation in the
Adult High Point Program is only $5 per horse and rider combo nominated.
New for 2014 is a Country Saddle division and the
inclusion of Keg Shod Style Racking in the Keg Shod Racking
The classes that will count for each division are listed beside
the division name on the nomination form. All SCRHA sanctioned rides will count double
hours towards the adult trail hours. Nominations are due by June
21, 2014. Points and hours will not be counted until
membership, nomination form, and fees are turned in.
More rules are available on the nomination forms. All forms are
2014 Nomination Form For Adult Show High Point
2014 Nomination Form for Adult Trail Riding High Point
2014 Trail Riding Hours Log
Youth Participation Nomination Form & Rules
juveniles please remember that you will need to send in
a nomination form to participate in the Youth High Points Program.
It is FREE to all kids ages 17 and under. Juveniles need to nominate themselves with each horse that they
may ride for show and/or trail points. These nominations
will be by age group. Each division will receive a high
point and reserve award, plus all kids that nominate will
receive participation awards. More rules are available on the
nomination form, or for questions email email@example.com
(276)452-1058. Nominations are due by June 21, 2014. Please print off the following form and mail
to the address at the bottom of the form:
High Point Program Nomination Form.
9/29/2013* Please click the following
links for the high points status after the Reasons for Riding Horse Show:
2013 Adult High Point
2013 Juvenile High Point 9/14/13. If you have
any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
see updates to the Photo Index.
8/12/2012* In an effort to help
exhibitors to determine the most appropriate classes for their
horses, the SCRHA had decided to share a list of descriptions
of each class. These are the same descriptions that the
judges are asked to judge by. For this document, please
click the following link (if the document opens too large,
please reduce the size to 125% at the top of the
document): 2012 Description Booklet.pdf.
6/26/2009* 2009 Wagon Train
To promote and provide equine activities in
and the surrounding region for our youth and fellow horsemen,
while encouraging sportsmanship, family values and lasting
friendships with our community and members through dedication and
public involvement. We promote all breeds and activities
pertaining to each breed.
Scott County Regional Horse Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization that is working to promote and encourage the
development of the horse industry in Scott
and the surrounding region by offering community activities and
educational and youth programs.
We also pride ourselves in supporting other community non-profit
Come ride in our 150 x 250 foot
show ring in Dungannon, Virginia.
We are very proud of the work our volunteers have done. 'Come
Ride With Us,' and join the fun!
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