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Show Services

HSC helps those who make horse shows happen!

Services listings for: secretaries,  event mangers, judges, management software, awards, announcers, back numbers, jumps & course design, video, photography, stewards, event insurance, barn managers, stall rentals, center ring entertainment, and all services.

FEATURED entries include Homepage rotation, a link to your own web site, photos, resume and more.

Tell everyone the services you offer, your skills, breeds, disciplines and Experience.

Help events find those who offer the services they need!

Name Service State of Residence

Featured Show Service Listings

Standard Show Service Listings
Holly Scribner, USEF judge
Judges Maine
Jessica Holland: Open Horseshow Judge
Judges North Carolina
Ray Vinole Horse Show Orchestra
Event Entertainment California
Dignified Photographs
Photographers Connecticut
Showtime Stall Rentals
Stall Rental Listings Massachusetts
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Each services promotion displays multiple times according to: every service you offer (judge, manager, secretary, music, stewards, ribbons, awards, stalls (most everything you can think of), plus name, state/country.

Promote yourself all year long; let events know who you are, where you are and what you offer.

A STANDARD SERVICES ENTRY: is only $5 for an entire year.


--A featured ad rotates on the HSC homepage! It also links to your
own site if you have one.
--Featured Services always display above standard.
--Your logo or a photo displays on all sorted search pages and at the top of your listing with a promotional tag line.
--Greater space for a full description of what services you offer.
--Breeds and disciplines with which you have worked or have great knowledge (optional).
--Reference area to list competions for which you have provides services before, if you wish.
--Geographic areas or countries in which you will accept jobs.
--Full contact information.

Don’t have a site, then use HSC as your site!

Where do you suppose we’d be without horse shows? Hmmm, then where would we be without the folks that make such events happen?