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  CONNECTICUT MORGAN HORSE ASSOCIATION, INC.

 

 

 

 

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  CONNECTICUT OPEN MORGAN HORSE SHOW June 7th - 10th, 2017

Judging Panel: 
Coliseum - Dwayne Knowles and Amy Bessey
Academy - Stephanie Marcelonis
English Dressage - Axel Steiner 
Western Dressage - Dot Demis 
Carriage - Joanne Bellion-Povenski 
Hunters/Jumpers - Shaina Humphrey

Tell your friends: Classes for ASB, Friesian, and Hackney 
Open Breed English and Western Dressage and Opportunity Hunter/Jumper Ring! 



2017 Prize List
2017 Entry Blank
2017 CMOHS Dressage Entry
TRAINERS AND EXHIBITORS TAKE NOTE:

CMOHS is proud to be an American Morgan Horse Association Four Star Rated Show — the highest ranking given by the association. Competitors who place first through fourth in all-Morgan classes at CMOHS will qualify for the Grand National and World Championship Horse Show.

CMOHS is United States Equestrian Federation rated; is recognized by the United States Dressage Federation as a level 2 show; and is a qualifying show for the Kentucky State Fair.

 

   
 
General Show Information: 
  
Manager: Johnna Chenail
  Phone: 860-304-5077
(call for feed & bedding)

Show Secretary: Pam Turner
584 Ridge Road, Horseheads, NY 14845
607-739-3341, 607-731-9572 
pfturner584@twc.com
After June 6, horse show office: 413-205-5084

 
Horse Show Chairperson: Kristina Vine

Carriage Coordinator: Laurence & Gail Williamson  
Phone: 603-835-2662 

Dressage Coordinator: Betsey Smith-Price
Paris, KY (607-287-2005)
     

                       
 

 

 


 
MISSION STATEMENT 
The Connecticut Morgan Horse Association, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the Morgan breed, preserving its history, marketing its versatility and enhancing its profile state wide. The organization is committed to appealing to all levels of involvement for its members and all levels of Morgan performance. 

The CMHA promotes educational activities, programs and events designed to enhance Morgan horse education, use and appreciation. In particular, youth involvement is stressed at all levels. By encouraging social activities and sharing mutual interests in the Morgan horse, its members gain a common bond which helps the organization accomplish its goals