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Entries are in and the show will go on!

Plans are moving forward for the 2020 Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show®. However, it will NOT be business as usual for any of us.  We must all work together for the health and safety of ourselves and our industry.

The health and safety of our exhibitors is our number one priority.
We will follow USEF, JLC COVID-19 guidelines, as well as state and county regulations. We encourage you to review all guidelines so you are familiar with them, including the items listed below:

o Masks or face coverings are required at ALL TIMES except while riding or driving.

o Wash your hands frequently.

o Maintain your social distance at all times.

o Self-monitor your temperature daily.

o Every person attending the show must sign the USEF waiver and wear a designated wristband for the duration of the show.

o There will be a limit on the number of people in all practice rings and warm up rings.

o Always have hand sanitizer and masks available for yourself, clients and employees.

Not everyone can or should attend this year’s show.  We will be down in numbers and need your support now more than ever.  We have many options for you to support your Morgan family and keep us all #MorganStrong !

o Be A Sponsor. Contact Carolyn Sebring at and ask about this year’s sponsorship opportunities.  Become a sponsor for the first time or increase your donation this year.

o Donate To Silver Possibility.  Contact Carol Fletcher-Churchill at and ask about the new twist to Silver Possibility in 2020.  You can donate prizes and help generate some fun!

o Advertise On MGNLive.  Contact C. A. Lee, III at and become an advertiser on MGN Live!  Help us keep the live stream free.  Support the show and broadcast your message to more viewers than ever in 2020.

Visit our Facebook page and website at for frequent updates.

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