The first show of the season, the ICAA Fat & Fuzzy Spring Spectacular, went off without a hitch! Everyone had a lot of fun braving cold, snow, wind, rain, mud, with one mare about ready to pop with a baby at any moment. Photos are below.
The next show is tentatively scheduled for September, so be looking for that!
The files below contain the Showbill with classes listed, and a file that has all the rules, information, and halter pattern. Below the files is the entry form with directions. Below the entry form is the online payment section where you can pay through PayPal.
Videos must be converted to YouTube links and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All horses muct be ICAA registered or pending registration and 5/6-Panel N/N.
All owner's and handlers must be current ICAA members.
Please read the informationa and rules in their entirety. There are notes included that will help you show your horse to his/her best advanatage.
The above form is for enrolling your horse in the upcoming ICAA Virtual Show. Please use one form for each horse. In the Classes Entered section, list all classes (number and name) you will be enrolling this horse in. Total of classes will be your quantity in your PayPal shopping cart (below). If you are enrolling several horses, you can total up the number of classes for all horses for the total quantity in your PayPal shopping cart, but please use only one enrollemnt form per horse.
You can pay for your classes here through PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, you can use your credit card through PayPal. There is a small convenience fee, as PayPal charges us fees. Clicking on Add to Cart will take you to your PayPal shopping cart, where you can increase the quantity of classes you are paying for.
Click on the photos to see the names and placings. We are sorry about the quality of some of the photos here. Since the owners and videographers were battling the cold and wind, some of the videos were pretty shaky and hard to get good, clear screenshots from. But everyone had fun regardless of the early spring weather battles, with fuzzy horses, muddy legs, ready to drop a foal at any time, and the other woes of springtime. Everyone is ready to do it again next year!