Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1)

Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy (EHM)

   This is a working-draft for Specific Guidelines to ensure the safest environment possible for our  shows. We will continue to update this protocol as we receive updates and information from USEF,  Federal and State Authorities.  Updates will be posted as they become available. Question or concerns

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Current update August 15, 2022

Before the Show
As you prepare for Murieta Autumn Classic, please plan to complete the following forms in the buttons below and submit them to theclassicshowlive@gmail.com by the Friday, October 14, 2022.

    Arrival at the Murieta Equestrian Center
    The documents below must accompany your horse upon arrival.

    • Provide Temperature Log for your horse(s) temperature twice daily for at least three days
      leading up  to your arrival.

            

    • Declaration of Health email confirmation for each horse.

During the Show
USEF and Murieta Autumn Classic would like to remind all participants of the importance of following biosecurity requirements and best practices during the show.

    • Temperature checks must be performed twice daily for all horses on the property.
    • Temperatures must be recorded on the temperature log posted on each stall.
    • All horses must display their entry number when outside their stall.
    • Any suspicion of illness in horses, including a temperature over 101.5F, should be immediately reported to the show office and veterinarian.
    • Immediately isolate and/or quarantine any horse exhibiting symptoms of illness.
    • DO NOT travel to another competition for 14 days.
    • Avoid animal-to-animal contact.
    • Do not share equipment between horses.
    • IF YOU MUST SHARE, scrub and clean equipment with detergent and dry completely between shared use.
    • When filling water buckets, DO NOT dip the end of the hose in each bucket. Hold the hose above the water when filling.
    • Wash/sanitize hands thoroughly before and after direct horse contact.
    • Limit human-horse contact.
    • Because humans can be a means of disease transmission, avoid moving between barns unless absolutely necessary.
    • No grazing.

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