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DEPARTMENT 101 Draft Horse Draft Horse • Dept. 101 M.

Bryan Messersmith Sheridan, IN Department Director Justin Carey, Deming, IN – First Assistant Draft Horse Lisa Eller Nebergall, Arthur, IL – First Assistant Draft Horse Ty Sutherlin, Greencastle, IN – First Assistant – Mule & Donkey TBA – Mule & Donkey Judge Nelson Schrock, Cottage Grove, WI – Percheron Halter Judge Chad Cole, Centre Hall, PA – Belgian Hitches & Belgian Under Saddle Judge Brian Crabb, Stittsvill, Ontario, Canada – Haflinger & Draft Pony Hitches Judge Larry Thurber, East Concord, NY – Draft Mule & Donkey Halter & Hitches Judge Shannon Cobb, Huntington, IN – Belgian Halter Judge TBA – Belgian Youth Show Judge Craig Grange, Morriston, FL – Percheron Hitches, Percheron Halter Judge Shelia Grange, Platteville, CO – Clydesdale Hitch & Clydesdale Halter Judge TBA – Percheron Youth Show Judge Kevin Shanahan, Maidstone, Ontario Canada – Draft Pony & Haflinger Halter Judge Keith Mann, Wichita, KS – Clydesdale Youth Show Judge TBA – Sunday, August 18 – Judge Schedule of Judging All exhibitors entering the Fairgrounds on or after Friday, August 2, must pay admission or an exhibitor ticket is required.

Any exhibitor leaving the Fairgrounds, wishing to return the same day must obtain a hand stamp from the gate attendant or pay admission to re-enter.

This policy will be strictly enforced.

Pass outs not permitted after 8:00 pm. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7 – Tractor Supply Co.

Champions Pavilion 6 pm Mule and Donkey – Hitches & Performance Draft Mule Hitches THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 8 am Mule & Donkey – Halter in Tractor Supply Co.

Champions Pavilion 1 pm Draft Mule – Tractor Supply Co.

Champions Pavilion 6 pm Mule & Donkey Performance Classes Continued – Tractor Supply Co.

Champions Pavilion FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 11 am Mule Races – Hoosier Lottery Grandstand 6 pm Mule & Donkey Show & Exhibition – Tractor Supply Co.

Champions Pavilion SUNDAY, AUGUST 11 – New Arena 5 pm Clydesdale Junior Team (2 years and under); Percheron Under Saddle-English; Clydesdale Under Saddle; Percheron Ladies Mare Cart; Clydesdale Four Mare Hitch; Percheron Gelding Unicorn; Clydesdale Four Gelding Hitch; Percheron Mare Team; Clydesdale Junior Competition Cart; Percheron Junior Team (2 years and under); Clydesdale Ladies Team; Percheron Junior Driving Competition Cart (10-14 years) MONDAY, AUGUST 12 – New Arena 7:30 am Percherons – Halter 9 am Clydesdale Geldings – Halter; Clydesdale Futurity Classes; Clydesdale Youth Decorating; Clydesdale Youth Showmanship; Clydesdale Youth Judging Competition 6 pm Clydesdale Futurity Cart; Percheron Ladies Gelding Cart; Clydesdale Gelding Unicorn; Percheron Four Mare Hitch; Clydesdale Mare Unicorn; Percheron Gelding Six Horse Hitch; Clydesdale Gelding Team; Percheron Men’s Gelding Cart; Clydesdale Mare Team; Percheron Men’s Mare Cart; Percheron Junior Driving Competition Team TUESDAY, AUGUST 13 – New Arena 7:30 am Clydesdales Stallion & Mare Halter 8:30 am Percheron Geldings Halter 9:30 am Ohio Percheron Breeders Stallion Futurity Show 11 am Percheron Youth Decorating & Showmanship 25 4:30 pm Percheron Gelding Team; Clydesdale Ladies Cart; Percheron Six Mare Hitch; Clydesdale Combined Six Horse Hitch; Percheron Gelding Four Horse Hitch; Clydesdale Mare Cart; Percheron Mare Unicorn; Clydesdale Junior Driving Competition Team; Percheron Junior Driving Competition Cart (15-18 years); Percheron Under Saddle-Western; Clydesdale Men’s Cart; Percheron Pair Registered Gelding Hitch THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 – New Arena 4:30 pm Registered Belgian Mare Cart; Haflinger 2-Horse Hitch Mares; Belgian Mens Cart; Draft Pony 6-Pony Hitch; Haflinger Unicorn; Belgian Pair Geldings; Draft Pony Tandem; Senior Youth Haflinger Cart (15-18 years); Belgian Mare Unicorn; Haflinger Ladies Cart; Draft Pony Mens Cart; Junior Haflinger Team (10-14 years); Belgian Jr. Driver-Team; Belgian Under Saddle-Western FRIDAY, AUGUST 16 – New Arena 7:30 am Belgians – Halter 7:30 am Haflinger – Halter 1:30 pm Hoosier Haflinger Sire Program 5 pm Draft Pony Ladies Cart; Haflinger Team Geldings; Belgian Gelding 4-Horse Hitch; Youth Haflinger Team (15-18 years); Belgian Mare 6-Horse Hitch; Youth Haflinger Cart (10-14 years); Ladies Draft Pony Team; Belgian Gelding Unicorn; Haflinger Tandem; Draft Pony 4-Pony Hitch; Registered Belgian Gelding Cart; Haflinger Mare Cart SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 – New Arena 8 am Belgian Geldings – Halter 8 am Draft Pony – Halter & Showmanship 8:30 am Belgian – Youth Showmanship & Decorating 11 am National Belgian Futurity 11 am Haflinger – Youth Showmanship & Decorating 4 pm Draft Pony Jr.

Driver Team Competition; Belgian Ladies’ Cart; Draft Pony 2-Pony Hitch under 58”; Haflinger Men’s Cart; Belgian Pair Mares; Draft Pony Unicorn; Belgian Gelding – 6-Horse Hitch; Haflinger – 4-Horse Hitch; Indiana Haflinger Association 4-H Award Presentation; Belgian – 4-Mare Hitch; Haflinger – 6-Horse Hitch; Belgian Junior Driving Competition Cart; Belgian Under Saddle – English SUNDAY, AUGUST 18 – New Arena 11 am Belgian Classic Series 6-Horse Hitch; Combined Haflinger & Draft Pony 6-Horse Hitch; Belgian Pair Registered Geldings Hitch READ GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS, HEALTH TERMS AND CONDITIONS, LIVESTOCK TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND DRAFT HORSE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EXHIBITOR TO BE FAMILIAR WITH ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONCERNING EXHIBITION. Draft Horse • Dept. 101 Draft Horse Department TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Ownership must be by July 31, 2013 2. All entries must be made in accordance with general livestock terms and conditions.

Please go to www.indianastatefair.com and enter online.

Select State Fair, Competitions/Contests, Online Entry/Premium Books, Online Entry, then follow prompts.

Regular entry deadline – July 1.

Late entries July 2 – July 15.

Late entry fee $50.00.

Late entries postmarked July 16-31 $50.00 late fee plus $50.00 per head.

NO ENTRIES AFTER JULY 31, 2013.

If you choose to enter via mail entry must be post- marked (no metered mail) by the above stated deadlines.

Include $5.00 processing fee (not applicable if entering online at www.indianastatefair.com) for each paper entry.

Make check or money order payable to the Indiana State Fair, or complete valid credit card information and signature. 3. All exhibitors entering the Fairgrounds on or after Friday, August 2, must pay admission or an exhibitor ticket is required. Any exhibitor leaving the Fairgrounds, wishing to return the same day must obtain a hand stamp from the gate attendant or pay admission to re-enter.

This policy will be strictly enforced.

Pass outs not permitted after 8:00 pm. 4. List Dept/Section/Class Number of classes you wish to enter on the DRAFT HORSE ENTRY FORM; THE ANIMAL NAME, BIRTHDATE, REGISTRATION NUMBER, SIRE AND DAM NAME AND REGISTRATION FOR ALL EXCEPT THE GROUP CLASSES AND GRADES.

The Indiana State Fair Board is requiring all Indiana Exhibitors to provide the Indiana State Board of Animal Health required Premises ID number on all entry forms for beef and dairy cattle, goats, swine and sheep.

Indiana exhibitors of horses, poultry, llamas and alpacas as well as out of state exhibitors will be requested to voluntarily provide Premises ID numbers.

To obtain a Premises ID # for Indiana Exhibitors please contact the Indiana State Board of Animal Health at 877-747-3038.

Information can be found on the Indiana State Board of Animal Health website at www.in.gov/boah.

Out of state exhibitors please contact your appropriate state agency for Premises ID number information. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Exhibitors will be assigned only the number of stalls paid for.

All stalls are 9 1/2’ x 9 1/2’ – 7’ tall.

Must see information regarding alteration or removal of stall or pen structures including gates. (Page 16) No stock will be released nor premiums paid until all stall rents and feed bills have been paid.

The ages of all horses will be reckoned from January 1st of the year of foaling.

All Champion classes limited to first and second place animals.

All horses must be paraded in the arena whenever so ordered by the management. The Indiana State Fair Competition is a Point Show for the North American 6-Horse Hitch Classic Series, Inc. 26 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 1. 2. 3. — HITCH CLASSES Boy or girl, 10 to 14 years old – $10-10-10-10-10 Boy or girl, 15 to 18 years old – $10-10-10-10-10 First place – small plaque for classes 26 & 27 is sponsored by The American Draft Pony Association in memory of Warren Rex Garner TERMS AND CONDITIONS for Hitch Classes 1. All drivers and attendants shall be appropriately dressed. 2. Pairs, 4 and 6-pony hitches are to be properly hitched and driven to a suitable 4-wheel wagon of show type. 3. Teams and Unicorns must be owned by one exhibitor. 4. Ponies which make up the 4 and 6-pony hitches may be owned by more than one exhibitor. 5. The same pony may not be used in the ladies’ cart hitch and the men’s cart hitch. 6. Junior drivers (10 to 18 years of age) must be accompanied by an adult. Class Description 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. Men’s high-wheeled cart – under 58” – $50-40-30-25-20-20-20 Ladies high-wheeled cart – under 58” – $50-40-30-25-20-20-20 Ladies 2-Pony hitch – $60-50-40-35-30-30-30-25 2-Pony hitch under 58” – $60-50-40-35 -30-30-30-25 Tandem hitch under 58” – $60-50-40-35-25-20-20 Unicorn under 58” (combined ownership permitted) – $100-80-70-60-50-40-30-20 4-Pony hitch under 58” – $225-175-145-120-95-60 6-Pony hitch under 58” – $325-275-195-170-135 Junior driving competition, open to draft pony exhibitors – team – small plaque 1st place – $50-45-40-35-30-25 6-Horse Hitch (combined Draft Pony class 37 and Haflinger class 49 one set of permiums) – $500-400-300-250-200 – 6th and below $150 Special Awards THE BOB LACKEY MEMORIAL TROPHY will be awarded to the supreme champion draft pony. Section HF – Haflinger 2013 NATIONAL DRAFT HAFLINGER SHOW Halter Classes Haflingers will be permitted to arrive AFTER 5 pm on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14 and must be stalled by Noon on Thursday, August 15.

The release time is 4 pm Sunday, August 18.

Must see information regarding alteration or removal of stall or pen structures including gates. (Page 16) All stallions, mares, and registered geldings competing as Clydesdales must be registered or eligible to be registered with the Clydesdale Breeders of the USA.

The entry of stallions and mares under one year of age must carry the name of the animal, date of foaling and name and number of sire and dam.

Exhibitors will be expected to furnish copies of registration papers (front and back) verifying ownership upon request of the horse show committee.

Exhibitors making entries under two names must be able to prove joint ownership of horses by furnishing a copy of the registration paper showing joint ownership if asked to do so by the horse show committee. Halter entries MUST be made in the same exact entity as the animal is owned on its registration certificate.

Example: If the registration certificate shows ownership as John Doe the entry must be submitted in that entity.

The entry cannot be made as John Doe and John Smith or J & S Farms. Class Description 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Stallion, 4 years and over – $50-40-30-25-20-15 Stallion, 3 years and under 4 years – $50-40-30-25-20-15 Senior champion stallion – rosette Reserve senior champion stallion – rosette Stallion, 2 years and under 3 years – $50-40-30-25-20-15 Stallion, 1 year and under 2 years – $50-40-30-25-20-15 Stallion foals – $50-40-30-25-20-15 Junior champion stallion – rosette Reserve junior champion stallion – rosette Grand champion stallion – $15 and plaque Reserve grand champion stallion – $10 and plaque 35 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. Stallion, any age, bred and owned in Indiana – $45-40-30-20-15 Mare, 5 years or over – $50-40-30-25-20-15-15 Mare, 4 years and under 5 years – $50-40-30-25-20-15-15 Mare, 3 years and under 4 years – $50-40-30-25-20-15-15 Senior champion mare – rosette Reserve senior champion mare – rosette Mare, 2 years and under 3 years – $50-40-30-25-20-15-15 Mare, 1 year and under 2 years – $50-40-30-25-20-15-15 Mare foals – $50-40-30-25-20-15 Junior champion mare – rosette Reserve junior champion mare – rosette Grand champion mare – $15 and plaque Reserve grand champion mare – $10 and plaque Mare, any age, bred and owned in Indiana – $45-40-30-25-20-15 Registered gelding, 5 years or over – $50-40-30-25-20-15-15 Registered Geldings 4 years and under – $40-30-25-20-15-15 Grand Champion registered gelding – $15 and plaque Reserve Grand Champion registered gelding – $10 and plaque Best of Breed (Do not enter this class) selected from 1st place animals from classes 10, 23 & 28 Mare and 2011 foal – $45-40-30-25-20-15 Produce-of-dam – $45-40-30-25-20-15 3 mares owned by exhibitor – $45-40-30-25-20-15 Stallion and 3 mares owned by exhibitor – $45-40-30-25-20-15 Draft Horse • Dept. 101 HAFLINGER YOUTH SHOWMANSHIP AND DECORATING CONTEST TERMS AND CONDITIONS for showmanship 1. Exhibitors in the junior showmanship contest must be 10 years old within the year and can be eligible to show as long as he/she is 18 years old during the year.

Age is determined as of January 1 of the current calendar year. 2. Exhibitor shall be judged on showmanship and the animal is not to count. 3. A youth exhibitor cannot show in more than one breed. Class Description – Decorating Contest Youth must furnish their own horse, holder, equipment, and decorations.

Youth must roll a mane and tie a tail in 30 minutes.

Contest will be judged on neatness and tightness of mane roll and tail, and overall appearance of horse. 35. Boy or girl 10 to 14 years old – $10-10-10-10-10 36. Boy or girl 15 to 18 years old – $10-10-10-10-10 Class Description – Showmanship 37. 38. Boy or girl, 10 to 14 years old – 1st place – small plaque – $10-10-10-10-10 Boy or girl, 15 to 18 years old – 1st place – small plaque – $10-10-10-10-10 THE INDIANA HAFLINGER ASSOCIATION will present a plaque to the best decorated stall and tack display.

THE AMERICAN HAFLINGER REGISTRY will award a trophy to the Best of Breed, Grand Champion Mare and Grand Champion Stallion.

THE INDIANA HAFLINGER ASSOCIATION will award a plaque to the winners of the Haflinger Hitch classes.

The MARY ELIZABETH FRYE MEMORIAL AWARD will be presented to the overall Junior Showman. (To qualify youth must participate in Showmanship, Team Competition, Cart Competition and Decorating Competition.) Special Awards TERMS AND CONDITIONS for Haflinger Hitches 1. All drivers and attendants shall be appropriately dressed. 2. Pairs, 4 and 6 horse hitches are to be properly hitched and driven to appropriate vehicles. 3. Teams and Unicorns must be owned by one exhibitor. 4. Horses which make up the 4 and 6 horse hitches may be owned by more than one exhibitor. 5. The same horse may not be used in the ladies’ cart hitch, the men’s cart hitch or mare cart. 6. Junior drivers (10 to 18 years of age) must be accompanied by an adult. 7. A haflinger team must be comprised of either two geldings or two mares and shown in the appropriate class.

A team comprised of both a gelding and a mare is not allowed. HAFLINGER HITCHES Class Description 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 36 Men’s cart – $50-40-30-25-20-15-15-15-15-15 Women’s cart – $50-40-30-25-20-20-20-15-15-15 2-Horse hitch Geldings and Stallions- $80-70-55-45-35-30-30-25-25-25 Unicorn hitch – $150-130-90-80-70-60-50-40-30-20 4-Horse hitch – $250-200-150-125-100-75-75-50-50-50 6-Horse hitch – $600-500-350-225-175-150-100-100-100-100 2-Horse Hitch, Mares – $80-70-55-45-35-30-20-20-20-20 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. Mare Cart, Man or Woman Driver – $50-40-30-25-20-15-15-15-15-15 Junior youth driving competition team (10-14 yrs) – $50-45-40-35-30-25 6-Horse Hitch (combined Haflinger class 49 and Draft Pony class 37 one set of premiums) – $500-400-300-250-200 – 6th and below $150 Senior youth driving competition team (15-18 yrs) – $50-45-40-35-30-25 Junior Cart (10 to 14 years old) – $50-40-35-30-25-20 Sponsored by: Indiana Haflinger Horse Association Friends of Youth Senior Cart (15 to 18 year old) – $50-40-35-30-25-20 Sponsored by: Hickory Lane Haflingers – Kevin & Melanie Prather Draft Horse • Dept. 101 Bud Jameson Honorary Youth Cart Classes Section MD – Mule and Donkey (other than Draft Mules) Mules and Donkeys are permitted to arrive AFTER 5 pm on Monday, August 5 and must be stalled by 12 Noon Wednesday, August 7.

THE RELEASE TIME IS FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 AFTER LAST CLASS.

BARN MUST BE VACATED BY 6 am SATURDAY, AUGUST 10.

Must see information regarding alteration or removal of stall or pen structures including gates. (Page 16) INDIANA STATE FAIR WARM-UP AND USAGE LISTINGS MULES AND DONKEYS ONLY -TBA at check-in READ GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS, HEALTH TERMS AND CONDITIONS, LIVESTOCK TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND MULE AND DONKEY TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EXHIBITOR TO BE FAMILIAR WITH ALL terms and conditions CONCERNING EXHIBITION. TERMS AND CONDITIONS for Mule and Donkey 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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