Eventing Rally


**Unfortunately we've had to cancel this for 2020 due to coronavirus.**


2020 Eventing Rally 

May 8-10, 2020

Longview Horse Park


Please see the Midwest Region Eventing Rally website for details and registration forms




Dressage-all levels 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Stadium-Preliminary, 5:00 PM

Stadium-Training Open, Training Rider, 5:40 PM

The competitor’s dinner will begin at 5:00 at the show jumping arena, have a slice or two and enjoy the competition.



Stadium                                                            XC

8:00 AM Novice                                                8:00 AM Preliminary

9:40 AM Beginner Novice                                8:50 AM Training

11:40 AM Starter                                             10:00 AM Novice

1:30 PM Green as Grass                                  11:40 AM Beginner Novice

                                                                        1:40 PM Starter



Please park your trailers on the gravel lots to avoid getting stuck.  Parking will be tight so you will need to park very closely to other trailers.  When arriving Friday, unhook your trucks and move them away from the trailer parking areas so all trailers will be able to park on the gravel.  On Saturday and Sunday, you may park your cars and trucks near your trailers.


If you have questions, please ask a volunteer.  Help us keep our park beautiful (and rut free!).


Health certificates are required for ALL competitors to ensure safety for all, you must e-mail your health certificate to Courtney Nelson mcpcht@gmail.com by Thursday at 9:00 pm or present it at check in. 


Ride times and missing forms/signatures/money are available online  at Startbox. If something was overlooked on your entry, please let Courtney Nelson know. You must e-mail missing forms by Thursday at 9:00 pm or present HARD COPIES when you check in.  Current Coggins MUST be on file during the event.


Non-competition management motorized vehicles will NOT be allowed on XC Saturday


Contact:     Courtney Nelson - 913-708-4849 (call or text)

                        or email mcpcht@gmail.com







"Riding a horse is not a gentle hobby, to picked up and laid down like a game of solitaire. It is a grand passion. It seizes a person whole and, once it has done so, he will have to accept that his life will be radically changed." -Ralph Waldo Emerson