Mid-South Eventing & Dressage Association

COVID-19 Recommendations for MSEDA Schooling Shows Based on US Equestrian Federation COVID-19 Action Plan

Revised June 8, 2021

Face Coverings/Masks

  • Competition Organizers of competitions must comply with state and local requirements regarding use of face coverings/masks. In the absence of state or local requirements, MSEDA recommends compliance with CDC guidelines. In an effort to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19, Competition Organizers can impose more restrictive requirements if they so choose. You can find recommendations for proper use of face coverings/masks via the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention website.
  • Any Individual may choose to wear a face covering/mask even when not required, and can do so without penalty.

Spectators

  • Subject to state and local restrictions, spectators are permitted to attend competitions and are subject to the same requirements as all other persons on competition grounds, including the Plan requirements.
  • Spectator capacity: Competition organizers must take into account the relative size of their venues and comply with any state or local capacity restrictions.
  • Competition Organizers must provide multiple sanitization stations throughout the spectator seating/viewing areas if spectators are present.
  • Competition Organizers must make multiple PA announcements throughout each competition day to remind spectators of the competition’s COVID-19 safety requirements.


Enforcement Authority

  • The Competition organizer has the authority to remove from the facility any person who does not comply with the regulations and requirements in effect at the competition.  Stewards/Technical Delegates must report the removal of any person from competition grounds for non-compliance with regulations and requirements in effect at the competition in the TD Report.

Midsouth Eventing & Dressage Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

MSEDA’s mission is to promote and preserve the sports of Eventing and Dressage in the Mid-South area, by providing leadership and education to its members and the community at large. To further these goals, MSEDA will provide educational opportunities, fair and safe competitions, promote the welfare of the horse and rider and reward the pursuit of excellence from the grass roots to the FEI level.



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