Software for Horse Shows

Software for Horse Shows

Post by Niccy Lakti » Mon, 12 Feb 1996 04:00:00



Quote:

>>i am looking for software for horse shows.  preferably database.  it will
>>start with a list of names, addresses,horse's name.  be able to enter
>>classes using the master database.  during the show i want to enterr the
>>placing in the calsses and have the software calculate the points and
>>place the points in the various hi point categories.

>I, too, am looking for some show software.  After working a few shows
>now, I've been seriously thinking about designing a system that works
>off of MS Access.  Has anyone else done this?

>Mark

Read my mind!!

I was just going to post a query about software for horseshows, that is
not out of site $wise. We are only a small club. Anyone know of any,

Thanks!

Sharon

 
 
 

Software for Horse Shows

Post by Wink » Mon, 12 Feb 1996 04:00:00

i am looking for software for horse shows.  preferably database.  it will
start with a list of names, addresses,horse's name.  be able to enter
classes using the master database.  during the show i want to enterr the
placing in the calsses and have the software calculate the points and
place the points in the various hi point categories.


thanks
bob

 
 
 

Software for Horse Shows

Post by Mark E. Rain » Mon, 12 Feb 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

>i am looking for software for horse shows.  preferably database.  it will
>start with a list of names, addresses,horse's name.  be able to enter
>classes using the master database.  during the show i want to enterr the
>placing in the calsses and have the software calculate the points and
>place the points in the various hi point categories.

I, too, am looking for some show software.  After working a few shows
now, I've been seriously thinking about designing a system that works
off of MS Access.  Has anyone else done this?

Mark

 
 
 

Software for Horse Shows

Post by MRicksO4 » Mon, 12 Feb 1996 04:00:00

There is a software package available for reining shows that might do.  It
figures the order of go, records scores & placing, $ won-and perhaps more.
 It was developed by David Connor, phone # 508 352- 8320.
 
 
 

Software for Horse Shows

Post by samk » Tue, 13 Feb 1996 04:00:00


says...
Quote:

>I guess it's coming up to that time of year--I've been wondering the same
>thing.  If anyone knows of any software, please e-mail me.

>-


Me too!  I would love something that would make point keeping easy (if that
can be done).

Kathy
Hidden Ponds Farm
Reg Foundation Quarter Horses

 
 
 

Software for Horse Shows

Post by Kami Schmi » Tue, 13 Feb 1996 04:00:00

I guess it's coming up to that time of year--I've been wondering the same
thing.  If anyone knows of any software, please e-mail me.

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Software for Horse Shows

Post by Janet Ratzlo » Thu, 15 Feb 1996 04:00:00

Ok I'll bite.  I'm a database programmer and would be interested in
developing something like this in my spare(?) time.   I have thought of it
before when trying to add up the kids scores at 4-H shows.

If you could post or email me an idea of what the score sheets look like,
I could get an idea of what you need.  

Also, be sure to stop by my Horsin' Around On the Web page sometime:
http://www.interealm.com/p/ratzloff/jan/horse.htm

Janet

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Software for Horse Shows

Post by C.M.Newe » Thu, 15 Feb 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

>I did find a demo on the internet of Horse show software that runs on
>an IBM PC in DOS but unfortunately I don't remember where I found it.
>The self-extracting filename is showskit.exe and is called Shecora
>Horse Management Program "Shows v1.00".  The number is 1-800-776-0736.
>I haven't used the software but it may be worth looking at.  
>Marcy

        I have been on the exhibitor's end of this software--several of the
Region 16 Arab shows use it--I believe the show secretary's company
designed it--and it seems to work very well. (These are A shows, with
multiple rings and divisions, overnight stabling,etc.)
        Dunno anything about the pricing, though.
                                       --CMNewell
"It is better to wear seaweed socks than thrust a melon in
your brother's ear."--R.Hunter