University of Florida


Southern Regional 4-H Horse Championships

August 1-5, 2018

**UPDATED for 2018**

All of the 2018 information is updated and linked in the left menu. Entry procedures vary by state and details will come from your State Horse Specialist.
**Facility Tour**

Never been to the Georgia National Fairgrounds? Click here for a sneak peek of what to expect!

*Equine Health Certificate*

From the GA Dept of Ag:
"In order to transport your equine across state lines, a certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI) and negative test for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA-Coggins) is required. The CVI, commonly known as a health certificate, requires that a veterinarian inspect your horse for signs of contagious or infectious diseases to assure that the equine appears healthy."
Health Certificates are usually good for 30 days, unless you have a 6 month Equine Event Permit. Be prepared to show your horses' health certificates and negative Coggins tests at any Ag Inspection Stations or to any State authority who asks.
Once at the GNFA facility, the Coggins tests sent with your entries will be checked against your horses in the barns.

*2017 RESULTS*
Click here to see detailed results for the educational contests and horse show.

The SRHC Organizing Committee is proud to host the 2018 Southern Regional 4-H Horse Championships! With the coorperation of the Horse Speacialists from 13 southeastern states, Southern Regionals is the only event of its kind in the nation.

Southern Regionals will be held at the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter in Perry, GA on August 1-5. The Hippology and Horse Bowl Contests will be on Wednesday, August 1. Demonstrations, Public Speaking, Horse Judging and the judging phase of Hippology wil be on Thursday, August 2. The opening ceremony and awards presentation for all of the educational contests will be Thursday evening in Reaves arena. The horse show portion is from Thursday afternoon through Sunday, August 5.


The site contains most of the information you will need to start planning for the event. For detailed information specific to your state, look for communications from your State Horse Specialist.