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Introducing the First Recorded Live Video Virtual Horse Show Series


The CINCH Virtual Championship Series is a unique version of the growing trend of online shows. This show series strives to be consistent with many aspects of a regular horse show. Some highlights of this exciting new format include:

  • Live aspect of showing by uploading your video as soon as you have done your run (no retakes allowed to only show your best run)

  • Entry fees as low as $15

  • All classes have sidepots to win money with an 80% payout

  • Great prizes from CINCH, Rod Patrick Boots, and GoHorseShow

Exhibitors will record live videos to submit for their entries. Pre-recorded videos will not be accepted. Entries will be taken through the CINCH Horse Show Tracker web app at www.horseshowtracker.com. When the exhibitor steps to the cone and presses record on their phone, their run will begin.

This show series will be open to competitors across all breeds and experience levels. People will be able to compete against one another in their division and also in specific sidepots. The main class will offer a multitude of sidepots, but only one entry video will be used for judging.

One of the goals for this show series is to utilize a deep payout model for more exhibitors to have the chance to win money regardless of their experience level.

Exhibitors will have the opportunity to add on additional critiques of their pattern from judges, so that they can further advance their skills. This will be a great educational tool for exhibitors to gain perspective from a judge’s point of view. More educational features will be released in the future.

The CINCH Virtual Championship Series hopes to not only provide a professional format of competition consistent with what exhibitors have experienced in the past, but also an opportunity for everyone, no matter how experienced, to show their horse in these new and unusual circumstances.

For more information on the show, please visit the CINCH Virtual Championship Series Facebook page or visit their website at horseshowtracker.com.

CLICK HERE for a copy of the showbill.

CLICK HERE for the pattern book.

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