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4-H I FFA Horse Show H / FFA Horse Show Local Show Only Entries Close: Monday 09-Jul 5:00 PM In Pe~n~tatls: Tuesday 07-Aug 11:00 AM Judging: Tuesday 07-Aug 4:00 PM Showmanship: Tuesday 07-Aug 4:00 PM Exhibits Released: Sunday 12-Aug 1 :DO PM EnUy Fee: $3.00 per Horse ha't~ classes $6.00 per Horse show classes $1.00 per Foal Class Stall Fee:per stall Jr. Exhibitor $10.00 Double Tack $1500 Prtmium~ Offered 1 st 2nd 3rd 4~ $15 $11 $7 $5 Premiums Offered for Div. American System Breeding Homes DIVISION: 211 MARES DIVISION: 212 4-H/FFA GELDINGS All Breeds Judged Additional 4-H/FFA Horse Show Guidelines: Classes for d'M~ions 211 - 212 Junior exhibitors must wear properly strapped headgear Class in mounted or horse-drawn vehicle competition. 1. Four years and over Headgear must be approved by American Society for 2. 2-3years old During t~ Testing and Materials / Safety Equipment Institute. 3. Yearlings & Foals(Ribbons only) Exhibitors of horses in livestock and horse shows will comply with the provisions of Horse Protection Act of | 4-H / FFA Horse Skew Aw=rtls 1970 (P.L. 91-540) and all rules adopted by the U,S, Secretary of Agriculture to carry out its provisions.I Awards to First Place Winners - Ribbons to ~thP 4-H/FFA members must show in 4-H/FFA Horse American SystemofJud, Showmanship to participate in 4-H/FFA Horse Show H,i p~intAwa~d$ Classes. 4-H/FFA members may show a leased home in SHOWMANSHIP ONLY. STATE RULES STATE THE 13 & Under, 14-19, FOLLOWING: (A) Horse projects must be owned or DIVISION: 213 leased by and under the e~ibitor's care and SHOW management and under the supervision of the Class: organization in which the project will be shown 120 days 1. * Trail, 13 and under prior to the fair. The official ownership date is the date 2. * Trail, 14-19 shown on the receipt of sale unless the exhibitor bred the 3. * Stockseet Equitation, 13 & under animal. The days are counted prior to the opening day of 4. * Stockseat Equitation, 14-19 the fair, (B) Leased horses cannot be shown for 5. *Western Pleasure, 13 & under conformation in the halter division. (C) For owned 6. *WestemPleasure, 14-19 horses, proof of ownership must be available at check in. 7. * English Equitation, 13 & under For leased horses, the lease, signed by the owner and the 8. * English Equitation, 14-19 4-H, FFA or Grange member, and a clear picture of a 9. * English Pleasure, 13 & under side view of the horse or some permanent identification is 10.* English Pleasure, 14-19 filed at least 120 days prior to the fair at the county 4-H, 11.Pleasure Pairs 12.Versatility FFA, or Grange office or with a person designated by the 13 * Barrels, 13 & under 4-H Youth Advisor, FFA Advisor or Grange Youth 14.*Barrels, 14-19 Advisor. 15.* Poles, 13 & under 16.* Poles, 14-19 17.* Single Pole, 13 & under la S gle Po . 14-19 Showmanship *ONLY CLASSES WITH ASTERISKS WILL DIVISION: 210 HORSE SHOWMANSHIP HIGH POINT AWARD. Class 1. 4-H Senior 3. 4-H Beginning 2. 4-H Junior 4. FFA I WInners of the 4-H Horn Show may I the Best of Show DIvision at the 2002 Fair. Zntries Close for aff 4-3 / fFA i'vestocl givisions 3lon y, July 9, 2ool "" 22