Championship Meet

The Pacific North West Invitational is a Regional Finals of the top five teams and individuals from each event at each state's high school equestrian state championship meet. Currently, each state has nearly 1,000 athletes competing for these top spots. As high school equestrian teams gain popularity in other states, we also hope that states like Idaho, California and Montana might someday be part of this endeavor. This championship meet between states will bring the best young horsemen and women in Oregon and Washington for a season finale.

Next Meets

June 15 - 17, 2018; Moses Lake, WA
June 14 - 16, 2019; Redmond, OR

Reminders for the Meet

Athletes not to arrive on grounds until noon on Thursday.

Only shavings provided at the meet can be in the stalls.

Athletes will need to bring wheelbarrow and shovels since the shavings are coming in bulk and they will need to load them and strip them.

All Drill and working pairs music needs to be turned in by the district chairs by noon on Friday.

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Transportation Note

As you know, the states of WA, OR, and ID have allowed an exemption for the Coggins test (aka Equine Infectious Anemia test) for a long time. The risk for the disease was considered low so the exemption was allowed to remain in effect. Unfortunately, because of the recent detections the three State Veterinarians (WA, OR, and ID) agreed back in early January that dissolving the Coggins testing exemption was the right thing to do. It is in best interest of our regional equine industry for the EIA testing waiver to be annulled and for EIA testing to be resumed for interstate movement.

Beginning February 13 Oregon began requiring a negative Coggins test within the prior six months for importation of Equidae into Oregon from Washington and Idaho. This requirement already exists for all other states. The Oregon Livestock website has been updated (Click Here).

In summary, the Coggins test exemption that has been in place with Washington and Idaho has been terminated. Oregon importation requirements for Equidae from all states include a CVI, entry permit, and a negative Coggins test within the prior six months of entry.

Support PNWIC

PNWIC is on track to support athletes and their equine partners for many years to come. This will be the forth year of PNWIC. If you enjoy horses and are supportive of extra-curricular activities for youth, you may want to consider supporting PNWIC through a donation or sponsorship. Keep in mind, no donation is too small and PNWIC can also benefit from donations of services and products. As a non-profit organization, your contribution to PNWIC may be tax deductible (please check with a tax advisor for more information).

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PNWIC Contacts

Information Contacts:
WA State Chair: Kathy Wendlandt -
WA State Points Chair: Shannon Motley -
WA State Vice Chair: Kamie McDowell -
OR State Chair: Sonya Kunkle -
OR State Vice & Points Chair: Scott Chauncey -

Be A Sponsor:
Denise John - - 541-961-1345


Each event will be judged by two officials, one from Oregon and one from Washington.

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