News and Updates
Thank you to everyone to came to our October Horse Show! We always love seeing all the costumes this time of year. If you have pictures we can share on our website as well as our social media accounts please email us at
Check out the picture slide below and let us know which is your favorite!
Guidelines for JBEC Events
The event management is responsible for compliance with all applicable federal, state, county and local regulations or orders as well as WHO recommendations and CDC guidelines as they relate to their event.
Anyone that does not feel well or thinks they may have been exposed stay home.
Events will not be listed on marquee on Forest Hill Blvd or listed on JBEC website
Event Staff such as event manager/office staff/judges/gate person/announcer/ring crew/steward/course designer/timer
Competitors that are minors and a parent or guardian
Professional staff such as trainer/farrier/vet/groom/EMT
Face coverings are required except when a person is mounted on horseback or competing.
Face coverings are not required when seated while consuming food/beverages.
Maintain social distancing whenever possible
Exhibitors in under saddle or in hand classes need to maintain social distancing since they are not required to wear face coverings while competing.
Do not congregate in groups
Limit number of people allowed in show office
Haul Ins should park an adequate distance apart to allow safe distance between horses and people.
Establish one way lines when possible
Buildings with two doors can be designated IN and OUT
Interior Stalls are to use the closest exit/entrance to outside for access
Assign barn groups together and leave one empty stall between groups
Barriers can be used to restrict areas
Use of electronic communication when possible (mics/phones/radios)
On-line entries when possible
Award distribution can be set up outdoors or mailed
Wash hands frequently
Use of hand sanitizer
Water fountains, picnic tables, and bleachers are not available for use
Clean frequently touched surfaces
Notify Facility Manager immediately if restrooms supplies need to be replenished.
Please watch the above video to help you navigate through ShowGroundsLive.com
Now you will be able to add your
*Add your horse/pony
*Add your classes
You are required to leave a credit card on ShowGroundsLive.com.
We understand a lot of you prefer to pay by check and that will not change.
Your credit card will only be charged if you fail to pay
by the end of the show on Sunday.
-Please note you will still need to call Joni for your stalls @ (561) 248-3647
Congratulations to all of our winners! We had a great time at the banquet and we look forward to seeing you at the Spring Circuit!
Hello Everyone and Happy New Year!
The PBCHA Board has been working diligently to present a COVID friendly celebration to acknowledge all our riders and horses who participated in the 2020 season! Even through a pandemic, our members came together and found a new way to show! We are eternally grateful for your patience, perseverance and desire to make 2020 successful.
With that said, we will be hosting a non-traditional “drive-thru” banquet on February 27, 2021 between 2:30pm-5:30pm at Okeeheelee Park. This location is directly across the street from Jim Brandon Equestrian Center, and there will be signs directing you to our location.
Kona Ice and Cheri’s Top Hot Dog will be there if you want to grab a bite to eat and pick up your prizes. We will also have a photo area set up so you can take pictures with the PBCHA backdrop!
Please let us know by February 20, 2021 if you can make it so we have enough
Kona Ice and Hot Dogs!
Dogs and Ice on us!!
*Mandatory masks and social distancing is required!
Can’t make it? No problem. All prizes will be available at the first 2021 horse show!