Thursday, March 26 - Entries are now open for the Plantation Field May Horse Trials (May 9th) and the May Starter Horse Trials (May 10th.) Enter online at Evententries.com.
Tuesday, March 24 - 11:00 a.m. - We all have been living through challenging times trying to project what and how the current health crisis will unfold! Due to recent events we are cancelling our April Event. We will continue to manage the information as best we can. Decisions will be made as it relates to future scheduled PFEE competitions as the picture becomes clearer. We will make a decision on the May Event when more information is known. We thank all of you for your support. We, like you, recognize that human safety is the most important factor. Hopefully we can get through this and continue our competition schedule.
Tuesday, March 17th - 10:00 a.m. - These are very uncertain times right now. I think we will have a better understanding of where things are headed over the next 2 weeks. Hopefully the measures we are all taking now will curb the spread of Covid-19, and in a few weeks we can all start to cautiously return to normal activities.
As of now, the April 18-19 Plantation Field Horse Trials lies outside the current recommended USEF and USEA event cancellation policies. We all know that could change, but we are hoping to be able to run the event. There will be significant steps taken to be sure we are following all recommended guidelines to keep everyone safe. The welfare of our Volunteers, Competitors, and support Staff is of utmost concern.
We want to assure competitors that if you enter, and we are unable to run due to Federal, State, Local, or Federation directives, refunds will be issued. If in fact things settle down and the competition is held, it may fill quickly as it will occur the first weekend after the suspension period ends. I encourage you to enter without fear of losing your entry fee.
Please be conscientious over the next few weeks and do your part in stomping down the spread of this nasty virus.
Fingers crossed we will see you in April.
– Mary Coldren