Featuring the FEI Longines World Cup™, NorCal Medal Finals, and PCHA Championships
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — This fall, the prestigious FEI Jumping Longines World Cup™ of Sacramento returns to the Sacramento International Horse Show at the Murieta Equestrian Center. The 2022 event features two action-packed weeks of competition, with the Welcome Week September 28-October 2, 2022 featuring the NorCal Medal Finals, and World Cup Week October 5-9.
Entries open on ShowGroundsLive.com for both weeks tomorrow, July 27th, at 8:00 a.m. PST.
This Fall the Sacramento International Horse Show will host the all new expanded PCHA Championships. These prestigious championships will take place during the Longines World Cup week. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to the 15th annual edition of this great showjumping event.
We have some important information to share with you regarding our EHV protocols to promote safety for all horses. Please note that there are inherent risks when traveling and competing with horses. It is critical to mitigate these risks by following Best Practices.
Our Equine Health Coordinator is available to answer any questions related to our horse health policies at [email protected]
com. Our policies are available under the “Biosecurity and Horse Health” button on the homepage. You can also click the buttons below to download and print forms.
You will be required to send in a horse health declaration form and proof of vaccination 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. In addition, you will be required to present a 7-day temperature log AT THE CHECK-IN GATE before horses can enter the showgrounds. Once horses arrive on-site, you must record temperatures twice daily and post them visibly on each stall.
An Important Reminder from the USEF
USEF thanks you for participating in this competition and your support of USEF’s continuous efforts to provide the safest environment possible for our athletes and other participants. Strategies for safeguarding athletes continue to evolve, and we are fully committed to keeping pace with best practices.
The purpose of this letter is to remind you that you are bound by the U.S. Center for SafeSport Code, USEF Safe Sport Policy, and Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies, also known as the MAAPP. This includes the SafeSport Training requirement for adult members and participants who have regular contact with minor athletes. Additionally, please be reminded about reporting obligations. Any concerns that are non-sexual in nature, please use the USEF Safe Sport Incident Reporting Form available on the USEF website. Concerns or suspicions regarding sexual misconduct must be reported to https://safesport.i-sight.com/
portal and the authorities if a minor is involved. All of this information can be found in the USEF Safe Sport Policy.
Please take a moment to review the new USEF Safe Sport web pages on the USEF website to find comprehensive resources regarding USEF Safe Sport efforts. You can also contact Sarah Gilbert, USEF Safe Sport Program Coordinator, at [email protected] for any questions or concerns relating to the USEF Safe Sport program.
Thank you for your support and for helping us bring the joy of horse sports to as many people as possible!