Open Class Horse Show Scheduled, Show Bill Attached

Taylor’s Way Hardin County Fair Open Horse Show In Memory Of Taylor Carder Saturday September 7, 2019

Contesting Starting at 8:30 am Halter Classes Starting at 9:00 a.m.
All Classes $5.00 {Show clothes are optional- Shirt, Boots, Jeans, and Helmet are Required}

Main Arena: 8:30 am

  1. Barrels 13 & under
  2. Barrels 14 & over
  3. Poles 13 & under
  4. Poles 14 & over

Track – 9:00 until arena is available

  1. Open Halter, weanlings & yearlings
  2. Open Halter Mares
  3. Open Halter Geldings
  4. Open Halter Ponies
  5. English or Western Showmanship Horse/Pony 13 & under
  6. English or Western Showmanship Horse/Pony 14 -18
  7. English or Western Small Fry Showmanship 8 & under
  8. Adult Showmanship 19 & over
  9. Lead Line 8 & under- will be in the arena Lunch Break — TBD
  10. Pleasure Driving
  11. Open English Equitation
  12. Open Hunter Under Saddle
  13. Youth Hunter Under Saddle 18 & under
  14. Youth Horsemanship 18 & under
  15. Open Horsemanship
  16. Open Walk /Trot Contesters
  17. Open Walk /Trot Horse/ Pony 18 & under
  18. Open Walk /Trot 19 & over
  19. Youth Western Pleasure Horse/ Pony 13 & under
  20. Youth Western Pleasure Horse/ Pony 14-18
  21. Open Western Pleasure
  22. Ranch Pleasure

NO RFUNDS FOR SCRATCHED CLASSES ONCE ENTERED
TAYLOR’S WAY AND HARDIN COUNTY AG SOCIETY ARE NOT LIABLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN PROPERTY.

New Arts & Crafts Classes Added

The Hardin County Fair is excited to announce new classes being added to the arts and crafts division of the fair.

New this year:

  • Cake made of cupcakes
  • Pumpkin
  • Personal decorative label – Full or Empty Bottle
  • No-sew fleece blanket – Fall Themed
  • Single Scrapbook page – 12×12 with protector
  • Two Page Scrapbook layout – 12×12 format with protectors. Layouts must be connected
  • Stepping Stones
    • Grades 1-5
    • Grades 6-8
    • Grades 9-12
  • Sun Catcher
    • Under 1st grade (kits permitted)
    • Grades 1-5
    • Grades 6-8
    • Grades 9-12
  • Painted Rock (Maximum size 6 inches; no pebbles)
    • Grades 1-5
    • Grades 6-8
    • Grades 9-12
  • String Art (Symmography)
  • Decorated Mason Jar
  • Scare crow yard decoration (no taller than six feet. Must be able to sit/stand on it’s own)
  • Button Art (no larger than 12×16)
  • Flower pot creation (minimum three pots. Can be assorted sizes. Must be connected)
  • Decorated Glass Block
  • Snow Scene in clear container
  • Under 1st Grade Classes
    • Decorated Paper Plate
    • Sock Puppet
  • Repurpose, Recycle, Reuse
    • Pallet (no larger than standard 48×40)
    • Agriculture Sculpture
    • Barn Board Item
    • Garden Decoration
    • Repurposed Window
    • Painted/Decorated Wooden Chair
    • Recycled Household Item (no jeans)

Open Class Horse Show Bill Released

From the Hardin County Horse Council,

OPEN CLASS HORSE AND PONY SHOW

Horse Council President- Jared McNeely

Horse Show Committee— Stephanie Sheldon, Alesia Martin, and Brieanne Sullivan.
Judging: Saturday, September 9,

8:00 A.M.-Horse Show Arena

LUNCH BREAK WILL BE DETERMINED ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW

See General Regulations

Entry Fee: $5.00

Entries to be made day of show at the announcer’s stand.
All class entries will close two classes prior before the class goes in the ring. No Exceptions!
Superintendent may cancel classes due to time limitations with entry fee refunded for classes
cancelled. Scratched classes are non— refundable.

Contesting will start at 8:00 A.M. main arena.

Pleasure will start at 9:00 on track.
Rules:
The Hardin County Agricultural Society requires horse helmets to be worn by all
participants age 19 and under in junior fair and open class horse shows. No
Exceptions! See 4-H horse rulebook for approved helmet requirements.

1. All open class exhibitors must have a membership or season ticket.

No stallions permitted to show except for foals of the current year.
No stall space provided for open class entries.
Walk/Trot classes that don’t permit cross entering in 3 gaited classes, are for the
horse/ rider combination.
4-H rules apply to open show.

Ponies must show all day as pony.
All bits are subject to a bit check from the judge at anytime.
Each horse/ rider combination needs a separate back number.
Age of exhibitor is 4—H age as of January 1 of current year.
Premiums:
5 or more shown $9, $7, $5
Ribbons to five places in each class.

OPEN CLASS HORSE AND PONY SHOW CLASSES

Judging: Saturday, September 9, 8:00 A.M. – Horse Show Arena

Contesting will begin at 8:00 A.M. main arena, and pleasure will begin at 9:00
A.M. on track.

Entry Fee- $5:oo
Pay Out- $9, $7, $5
Judge- Amy Joseph
Contesting begins at 8:00 A.M.
1. Poles 13 & under
2. Poles 14 & over
3. Barrels 13 & under
4. Barrels 14 & over
5. Driving Barrels all ages
6. Down & Back all ages

Pleasure begins at 9:00 A.M.
7. Open Halter weanlings & yearlings
8. Open Halter Mares
9. Open Halter Geldings
10. Open Halter Ponies
11. Western Showmanship Horse/ Pony 13 & under
12. Western Showmanship Horse/ Pony 14—18
13. English or Western Small Fry Showmanship 8 & under
14. Adult Western Showmanship 19 & over
15. Lead line 8 & under (in the arena)
16. Pleasure Driving
17. Open English Equitation
18. Open Hunter Under Saddle
19. Youth Hunter Under Saddle 18 & under
20. Western Horsemanship Horse/ Pony 18 & under
21. Open Horsemanship
22. Walk Trot Pleasure Horse/ Pony 18 & under (N0 3 gaited)
23. Youth Western Pleasure Horse/ Pony 13 & under
24. Youth Western Pleasure Horse/ Pony 14—18
25. Open Ranch Pleasure Horse/ Pony
26. Open Western Pleasure
Horse Council is not liable for lost or stolen property.