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SEE GENERAL UVESTOCK GUIDELINES FOR ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS. The Local Guidelines & Rules, the General Livestock Guidelines & Rules, Section XII, Horse Show Rules, of the 2001 California Fairs State Rules will apply as Guidelines and Rules for all Plumes-Sierra Co. Fair Horse Shows.Decisions made by the Horse Show Management will be final. Incorrect Entries: Incorrect entries will be returned to exhibitor. The Livestock Staff will assist in person, or, by telephone any exhibitor wishing assistance in completing the entry form. Be sure to place your CORRECT MAILING ADDRESS, ZIP CODE and TELEPHONE NUMBER on entry form. Post Entries: Management will accept post entries after the official clOsing date if a penalty of DOUBLE THE ORIGINAL ENTRY FEE is paid at the time the post entry form is completed. Check the appropriate show for post entry closing dates. A post entry fee of double the entry fee must be paid for each class that is entered after entries close, regardless of whether or not the horse is already entered in the show. Management reserves the right to timit entries at Management's discretion. Cla~ Size: Three (3) entries by two or more exhibitors constitute a minimum horse show class. Fair Management reserves the right to return entries, transfer or combine Divisions or Classes, and/or cancel any Division or Class in which entries are insufficient to secure an adequate competition. Any return of entries under this rule must be done generally and without discrimination. Bulk Fuels/Chevron LI Serving: Plumas, Lassen, Sierra Quincy Westwood 283-1080 256-3216 O Junior ~: Fair Management WILL NOT ALLOW Junior Exhibitors to ride or show stallions. JR EXHIBITORS MUST WEAR HELMETS IN ALL HORSE SHOW EVENTS. Soundneqm: All animals must be serviceable sound. Soundness of the animal as determined by the Official Veterinarian or the decision of the Judge shall be FINAL and NOT PROTESTABLE. A horse that is lame shall not be allowed to show. rney (530) 283-2410 General Practice (530) 283.1063 FAX 600 W./V~in ot Buchonon Drug Fees: Exhibitors of horses shall be subject to a Drug Testing Fee for each horse entered, and each horse will be subject to random testing to determine the presence of drugs that may alter the performance or disposition of the animal. A Drug Testing Fee of $3.00 per horse will be charged each day horse is entered. Box,Stall Fees: Box stalls must be reserved at time of entry. St. Exhibitors: T15.00; Jr. Exhibitors: ~10.00; Double Tack: ~;!5.00. Cost is for duration of Fair. (DUE TO SPACE LIMITATIONS, EXHIBITORS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO BRING THEIR OWN PENS AND/OR STALLS). Please state on entry form what kind and how many stalls requested. NO REFUNDS FOR STALL FEES. Show Dates: If an Act of God, such as Weather conditions, makes it necessary to cancel a scheduled Show, the Show will not be re-scheduled due to the timing of other scheduled events. Quincy Body Shop 291 CRESCENT P.O. BOX 372 QUINCY, CA 95971 NOTE: ALL WATER I'I( F MUST HAVE AN AUTOMATIC Sh'UT-OFF NOZZLE AI"fAQ'ED! HERSCHEL BEAIL FAX (530) 283-1940 PHONE "Fun in the Sun in 2001!" 15