HITS Ocala Taking Steps to Protect Health and Safety of Participants
While there are no reported cases of coronavirus in the Ocala area, out of an abundance of caution and in the best interest of our exhibitors, their horses and HITS employees, we will close this year's HITS Ocala Winter Circuit at the end of competition on Sunday, March 15.
“Safety and health come first,” said HITS President and CEO Tom Struzzieri. “Obviously horses can stay on the property following competition on Sunday. Please reach out to HITS staff if you have any special timing needs. All of us at HITS are greatly disappointed with this news, but are happy to be able to make this announcement in a voluntary manner. Riders planning on showing in the Great American $1 Million Grand Prix should stay tuned for an announcement from HITS regarding a replacement competition of equal importance to this unparalleled class.” Looking ahead, we are pleased that Great American has signed on to sponsor the Ocala Million again in 2021.
Riders who have been competing for 2nd
-Half and Overall Grand Circuit Champion Awards will be honored this Sunday prior to the $200,000 CaptiveOne Grand Prix.
Through next week and beyond as needed, HITS Staff will remain on-site at Post Time Farm. Feed and bedding will continue to be available. Rings will be maintained for use by riders on-site. Food service and the Horse Show Office will remain open. Those staying in Campers, GenZHomes or the on-site Houses and Condos are also welcome to stay.
Beginning today, Friday, March 13, HITS Post Time Farm will be closed to the general public.
HITS will continue to closely monitor the health situation and stay in daily contact with appropriate officials and health experts in Marion County.
For questions or concerns, please contact the staff at HITS Post Time Farm, 352-620-2275 or firstname.lastname@example.org