Required Paper Work

Coggins and Rabies are REQUIRED to be emailed or turned into the show booth PRIOR to unloading your horse(s). If you are out of state – a health certificate is also required. This is non-negotiable per the State of Connecticut Department of Agriculture. Please email them to Any questions, please reach out. Thank you.

Youth team pop-up consignment sale at May 5th show

Clean out your closet/tack box and make $$$ while supporting our Youth Team!

The Youth Team is organizing a pop-up consignment sale at our May 5th show. We are looking for donations (show clothes, riding apparel, boots, & tack) to consign. 50% of the proceeds go to the consigner and 50% go to the Youth Team. Bring your sale items to the show! Any questions, email Kate at

2024 Show Information

Show Grounds open at 7:00am
We require proof of rabies and coggins (also health certificate if you are out of state)

Show DateJudgeTheme Stewards
May 5Addison TomanelliSecretariatJacki Patenaude, Jenn Crossman
June 23Rhea DisefanoMisty of ChincoteagueMegan Perrin, Karen Chamberland
July 21Corrine ProulxMr. EdKate Rand, Teri Smith, Catherine Galbraith
August 11Gina LindellBlack BeautyJim & Lori Saltojanes, Melissa Kohler
September 22Heidi SmithSnowmanDeb & Sarah Gada
October 6Karol BennettHeadless HorsemanAlyssa Kinsey, Jamie Boyer, Sabrina Winthers

2024 Show Dates

Hello Everyone! Here are our dates for the 2024 season! All shows will be held at the Glastonbury Hunt Club.

Show Dates:
May 5th
June 23rd
July 21st
August 11th
September 22nd
October 6th

We look forward to seeing everyone this weekend. Please be sure to get your entries in!

S.N.E.H.A. Special Awards

The Skip Van Patten Good Sportsmanship Award:
This award is given in memory of a gentleman who was a much loved member of our club. Both riders and non-riders are eligible for this award. Skip was at every horse show cheering on his wife, her friends and everyone else that went into the ring or on the trail course. Skip had a talent for knowing the right thing to say to an exhibitor who needed cheering up. Skip always had a smile for everyone and was loved and admired by the people who were fortunate enough to have known him. Always quick to offer a heling hand and words of encouragement to whoever needed it. Recipients of this award embody their same qualities that made Skip the wonderful man he was.

The Ed Clark Humanitarian Award:
This award is given each year to a non-rider who makes a significant contribution to our club. Ed was a gentleman, who did not ride, but he was an integral part of our club and the horse world in general. He offered his facilities for our shows and was always on the grounds making sure everything ran smoothly and the exhibitors were happy. At our monthly meetings Ed was quick to volunteer for whatever needed to be done, offered suggestions, and was the voice of reason when stalemates occurred. Ed loved life and loved people. Ed was never happier then when he was in the middle of the fun and activity.