"Here are a few tips for our members to think about before returning to Barrel Racing competition.
1. If you are uncomfortable and feel the risk is to high-Don't show.
2. If you are a high-risk individual-Don't show.
3. If you have any symptoms at all (flu, fever, allergy, cough, etc.)-Don't show for 14 days.
4. If you become aware that you have come in "unprotected" contact with someone who has tested positive-Don't show for 14 days.
5. If you test positive, do not return to showing until you symptoms are gone for 14 day and you have been cleared by your health provider, and notify anyone you have been in contact with so they don't show for 14 days.
6. If none of the above applies, go show, but strictly follow the protocols established by federal, state and county law and Competition Organizer requirements."
There is a Division for everyone!
We are part of the National Barrel Horse Association (NBHA), the largest barrel racing organization in the world.
In 1992, the NBHA revolutionized the barrel racing industry by pioneering the divisional format, which allows riders of all skill levels a chance to win money and prizes in barrel racing competition.
The MDBHA was established as part of the NBHA and has been sanctioning barrel races every year since it began.
If you would like to join our organization online, please go to http://nbhamembers.com/pay-or-renew-your-nbha-membership
Colonial Regional Director
G Lea Reed
MD03 Director & Pee Wee Director