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McDonogh Winter Classic - USEF A
Jan 27-30, 2022
McDonogh Equestrian Facility Biosecurity Protocols and Requirements
McDonogh Equestrian Facility is taking active measures to protect its horses. The following announcements regarding biosecurity protocols and requirements are as follows:
A Statement of Health, provided at The Horse and Human Health Check Point at the entrance of the McDonogh Equestrian Facility, must be signed by the owner or designated caregiver, documenting that horse(s) has:
Received regular and consistent vaccination against Equine Influenza and EHV-1/4 with most recent booster being within 180 days (as per USEF GR 845) and not within 7 days. Under no circumstances should a horse compete within 7 days of being vaccinated. Not had a temperature of over above 101.5 degrees Fahrenheit or any signs of respiratory or neurological disease within the last 10 days.
It is our shared responsibility to keep our horses safe. Similar to the suggested
protocols in place for humans due to COVID-19, we urge all equestrians to please remember and abide by the following biosecurity measures:
- Take all horses’ temperature daily and report any horse with a temperature above 101.5 degrees Fahrenheit or any signs of respiratory or neurologicalndisease to your veterinarian and/or show management
- Take the temperature of all horses prior to shipping to McDonogh Equestrian Facility, and do not bring any febrile horses to the show.
- Avoid mixing of horses where possible and practice equine ‘social distancing.’
- Ensure good hygiene and biosecurity at the show and your home farms.
- Make sure your horses are currently vaccinated for influenza and EHV. Under no circumstances should a horse compete within 7 days of being vaccinated.
- You should be able to document your horse’s normal temperature before arrival.Please do not ship horses with elevated temperatures. It is recommended thatyou establish a log of temperatures taken at least twice daily. If there is an elevated temperature for more than a 24-hour period, please consult your local Veterinarian immediately.
- Current negative Coggins documentation.