Pam Herman Farms: Pam Herman - 212 East Hickory Rd., Chesapeake, VA 23322, (757) 421-4340 www.pamhermanfarms.com
Princess Anne Farm Stables: Michelle Sturtz - 2356 London Bride Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23456, (757) 427-2858
Roseoldian Farm: Amanda Abernethy - 1161 Princess Anne Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23457, (757) 729-2733 www.roseoldianfarm.com
West Neck Creek Equestrian Center: Laurie Lake & Mederise Lake-Carter - 1437 Princess Anne Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23456, (757) 621-2897 www.westneckcreek.com
The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services will require a Coggins Report for each show facility in 2017. All horses/ponies brought on the premises, must submit a copy of a current, legible Coggins to the Show Secretary.
VBHSA 2017 SHOW CALENDAR
April 1 East Coast Equestrian Center
April 8 Crafty Fox Farm
April 29 Hawkesbury Farm @ Pam Herman Farms
May 7 Bridlewood Farm
May 20 West Neck Creek Equestrian Center
June 3 Crafty Fox Farm
June 10 Pam Herman Farms
June 30-July 2 VHSA Associate Summer Show
July 8 Roseoldian Farm SHOW IS RESCHEDULED FOR JULY 9
July 15 Breckenridge Manor @ Pam Herman Farms
July 22 - 23 VBHSA Cooler Show at Bridlewood Farm-RESCHEDULED TO
August 5 - 6 Rain date for VBHSA Cooler Show
August 13 Princess Anne Farm
August 26 Roseoldian Farm
September 9 Pam Herman Farms
September 16 West Neck Creek Equestrian Center
September 23 Princess Anne Farm
September 30 Breckenridge Manor @ Roseoldian Farm
October 7 Roseoldian Farm
October 21 Bridlewood Farm
November 9 - 12 VHSA Associate Championship Horse Show
YOU MAY NOT SHOW WITHOUT A VALID COGGINS CERTIFICATE! TO BE VALID, YOUR COGGINS MUST BE WITHIN ONE YEAR OF THE DATE THE HORSE OR PONY'S BLOOD WAS DRAWN.
FYI, Coggins, aka, EIA (Equine Infectious Anemia) is a viral disease for which there is no vaccine and no cure. If horseflies bite an infected horse and then bite a healthy horse, the disease gets transmitted. For one horse to infect another they must be close enough to each other for a fly to bite both of them. Horses entered into events must have been tested for EIA with a negative result annually and be documented on the official Equine Infectious Anemia Test form (VS Form 10-11). Event officials must review official test papers of all horses entered into an event to ensure that they test negative for EIA.
It is that easy. It is that serious. And it is the law.