Stables open at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 2022, for Live Oak International. Please review the following equestrian event stabling information and let us know if you have questions.
Unless you have written permission from the organizer, a $500 fine will be assessed for horses arriving early.
Credentials for competitors to the stabling area are limited to one credential for the athlete, one for a groom, one for a partner, and two owner credentials per horse. Drivers are allowed four grooms for Four-in-Hand entries, three for pairs and one for single. Additional credentials are $100 each and are available at the Tournament Office.
Please check in with the Secretary’s Office once your horse has arrived. The office opens at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
Stables are temporary with canvas on frame doors and set on a lime rock base. Shavings can be ordered for $8.50 a bag. Timothy and Alfalfa Hay can be purchased through the Horse Show Office.
Each stall is $225 for the event. Stalls are available from March 3 through March 9, 10:00 a.m. Early stabling is available for $25 per stall, per night with written permission from the organizer. After March 1, 2020, there is no refund of stall fees.
For horses not stabled on the grounds, there is a $50 grounds fee. If you would like to be stabled with another competitor, make that clear on your entry form. Live Oak International makes every effort to assign the requested stabling. However, stable assignments are subject to demand, quarantine requirements, distance traveled, the size of the stable, and the Organizing Committee.
Each stall is $390 for the event. Stabling is available from March 3 through March 9, 10:00a.m. Early stabling is available for $25 per night, per stall with written permission from the organizer. There are a limited number of tack stalls available. Please indicate the number of tack/extra stalls you require on your entry form.
Per FEI rules, horses are required to be on the grounds and will be stabled in the official FEI stable area no later than 1 p.m. Thursday, March 5. All horses from that date are required to wear their assigned back number whenever leaving the official FEI stabling area.