SATURDAY, AUGUST 29 10:00 A.M.
Coliseum 160- Racking Horse- Stallions & Geldings 2 years and older 161- TWH- Model 2 & Over 162 – TWH- Michigan Bred Model 2 & over 163- Racking Horse- Weanling Halter 164- TWH-Youth Showmanship 11 & Under 165- Racking Horse- Yearling Halter 166- TWH- Mi Bred Pleasure 2-Gait 167- Racking Horse- Mare Halter 2 years and older 168- TWH- Youth Showmanship – 17 & under 169- Racking Horse- Michigan Bred Halter 170- TWH- Trail Pleasure English 2-Gait 171- Racking Horse- Fitting & Showing Youth 1:00 A.M.
Coliseum 172- TWH- Equitation 11 & Under 2-Gait Saddle Seat 173- Racking Horse- Western Pleasure 174- TWH- Light Shod English 2-Gait 175- Racking Horse- Country Pleasure 176- TWH- Plantation Pleasure English 3-Gait 177- Racking Horse-Youth Western Pleasure, no stallions 178- TWH- Youth 17 & Under Trail Pleasure English 3-Gait 179- Racking Horse- Youth Country Pleasure 180- TWH- Light Shod English 3-Gait 181- TWH- Youth 11 & Under Pleasure English 2-Gait 182- TWH-Plantation Pleasure English 2-Gait 183- Haflinger- Four-in-Hand 184- TWH- Youth 17 & Under LS/PP English 2-Gait 185- Draft Mule- Four in Hand 186- TWH- Trail Pleasure English 3-Gait 187- TWH- Masters 50 & Over OT 2-Gait 188- TWH-Adult Equitation Saddle Seat 3-Gait 189- Racking Horse- Park Pleasure 190- TWH- Trail Pleasure AOT English 2-Gait 191- Haflinger- English Pleasure 192- Gaited Challenge- Water glass LUNCH BREAK 1 HOUR DINNER BREAK 1 HOUR 6:00 P.M.
Coliseum 193- Haflinger- Six Horse Hitch 194- TWH- Youth 17 & Under Equitation Saddle Seat 3-Gait 195- Draft Mule- Six Mule Hitch 196- TWH- Michigan Bred Pleasure 3-Gait Optional Tack 197- Draft Mule- 6-Hitch Driving Competition 198- Racking Horse- Speed 199- Gaited Challenge- Driving open 200- Haflinger- Western Pleasure 201- Gaited Challenge- Reining 202- Haflinger- Tandem Hitch 203 Gaited Challenge- Basic Western Riding 4 SUNDAY, AUGUST 30 9:00 A.M. – South Arena 3:30P.M. 4:00P.M. — Western Equitation- Coliseum Jr Western Equitation – Western Bareback- North Arena 7:30P.M. Flags – Jr.
Flags- Coliseum 8:00 A.M. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 SaddleSeat Showmanship – Jr SS Showmanship SaddleSeat Equitation – SaddleSeat Bareback -English Walk/Trot Hunt Seat Equitation – Jr HS Eqjuitation – HS Bareback- Coliseum Jr SS Equitation – Jr SS Pattern – Saddle Seat Pattern- North Arena Trail- South Arena 7:00 P.M. Cloverleaf & Jr Cloverleaf- Coliseum 9:00 A.M.
Coliseum 204- TWH- Weanling Halter 205- Draft Mule- Michigan Bred Cart 206- TWH- Yearling Halter 207- Youth- Draft Mule Cart 9 to 18 years 208- TWH- Youth 17 & under Trail Pleasure Western 3-Gait 209- Haflinger- Pair of Stallions and/or Geldings in Harness 210- TWH- Light Shod Western 3-Gait 211- Draft Mule- Tandem Cart 212- TWH- Youth 17 & Under Trail Pleasure Western 2-Gait 213- TWH- Trail Pleasure Western 2-Gait 214- Haflinger- Pair in Harness Michigan Bred 215- Racking Horse- Michigan Bred-Trail Pleasure 216- TWH- Contry Pleasure 2-Gait Optional Tack 217- Racking Horse- Trail Pleasure 218- Draft Mule- Three Abreast 219- Haflinger- Unicorn Hitch 220- Gaited Challenge- Fast Gait WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 8:00 A.M. Hunt Seat Showmanship – Jr HS Showmanship – HS Bareback Break for Riders to school fences Jr Equitation over Fences – Equitation over Fences – Jr Western Reining Jr Pole Bending – Pole Bending – Jr 2 Person Relay – 2 Person Relay 5:30 P.M. — Entry Deadline July 15 Must be postmarked July 15 Late Entries accepted July 16 through August 1 with late fee.
Entries Close August 1 Approved by: National Walking Horse Association WHAM Point Approved TWHBEA Versatility Rules Apply Judge: Linda Wray, Ill DQP: TBA FEES: DQP Inspection fee of $10.00 per horse. ALTER H 204 TWH Weanling 206 TWH Yearling 161 TWH Model, 2 and over 162 TWH Michigan Bred Model 2 & over PERFORMANCE 213 TWH Trail Pleasure Western Open – 2 Gait 233 TWH Trail Pleasure Western Open- 3 Gait 170 TWH Trail Pleasure English Open – 2 Gait 186 TWH Trail Pleasure English Open – 3 Gait 190 TWH Trail Pleasure AOT English 2-Gait 230 TWH Trail Pleasure AOT Western 2-Gait 226 TWH Trail Pleasure AOT Western 3-Gait 225 Junior Horse 4 & under Optional Tack TWH Lite Shod English Pleasure Open- 2 Gait TWH Lite Shod English Pleasure Open-3 Gait TWH Lite Shod Western Pleasure Open-2 Gait TWH Lite Shod Western Pleasure Open-3 Gait TWH Plantation Pleasure English Open- 2 Gait TWH Plantation Pleasure English Open-3 Gait TWH Plantation Pleasure Western Open- 2 Gait TWH Plantation Pleasure Western – 3 Gait $10 $10 $10 $10 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $10 $10 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 Submit the following with the entry form: • Exhibitor Form. • Current legible W-9 (W-8 Canadian) must also be filled out and returned. • Copy of registration papers.
This is a registered TWH show.
All horses except foals under six months and nursing their dam, must have a Negative Coggins within th e current calendar year. Have Coggins with you upon arrival. REQUIRED INFORMATION Arrive: No earlier than NOON Thursday August 27 In Place By: 9 p.m.
Friday August 28 Depart: August 30 A release slip from the Livestock Office is needed to 174 180 remove livestock from the grounds. 228 PREMIUMS – $7,160.00 offered Ribbons to 3rd place 210 Entry fee 1 2 3 4 5 6 $10 $40 $35 $30 $20 $10 $5 182 $15 $55 $45 $35 $25 $20 $10 176 229 232 YOUTH CLASSES 164 TWH Showmanship- 11 years & under Trophy 168 TWH Showmanship – 17 years & under Trophy 172 TWH Equitation 11 & under Saddle Seat 2-Gait Trophy 194 TWH Equitation 17 & under Saddle Seat 3-Gait Trophy 224 TWH 11 & under Pleasure Western 2-Gait Trophy 181 TWH 11 & under Pleasure English 2-Gait Trophy RULES GOVERNING SHOW 212 TWH Trail Pleasure 17 & under Western 2-Gait Trophy If you have not received your premium money by Nov 1 current year 208 TWH Trail Pleasure 17 & under Western 3-Gait Trophy contact the entry office, as the fair will honor NO claims after Dec 1. 178 TWH Trail Pleasure 17 & under English 3-Gait Trophy Exhibitor is allowed 2 entries per class. 184 TWH Lite Shod/PP- 17 & under English 2-Gait Trophy Classes will be conducted under the current rules of the National Walking 231 TWH Lite Shod/PP 17 & under Western 2-Gait Trophy Horse Association.
Carefully review the current Michigan State Fair Rules & Regulations before completing your entry form. 216 TWH Country Pleasure optional tack- 2 Gait Classes may be entered 1 hour before the session.
Classes entered after will have a double entry fee. 187 TWH Masters 50 and Over all divisions Optional Tack- 2 Gait points given to rider 188 TWH Adult Equitation Saddle Seat- 3 Gait In order to qualify as Michigan Bred, the dam of the entry must have been Michigan owned at the time of breeding.
If the registration papers do not show the name and address of the breeder, the Michigan Bred Affidavit must TENNESSEE WALKING MICHIGAN BRED CLASSES PREMIUMS 2 3 4 5 be completed by the current owner.
It is not necessary that the present owner 1 $125 $100 $75 $50 be a Michigan resident.
A copy of the registration papers or the affidavit if $150 applicable must accompany the entry.
No entry will be considered valid un- Classes open to Plantation Shod, Lite-Shod and Trail Pleasure Horses less a copy of the registration papers or affidavit if applicable accompany the 166 TWH Pleasure All divisions-Optional Tack – 2 Gait – MI Bred entry form. 196 TWH Pleasure All divisions-Optional Tack – 3 Gait – MI Bred 1.
There will be no entry fee in Michigan Bred classes. 2.
Each Michigan Bred entry must be entered in one or more classes for CLASSES OPEN TO ANY GAITED HORSE- FLAT SHOD which an entry fee is paid. (See Challenge of the Gaited Breeds page 15.) 3.
Youth riders must be 17 or under on January 1st of this year. $15.00 Youth division prohibits the exhibition of stallions.
For the purpose of WHAM 192 Water Glass 199 Driving $15.00 year end points, the youth accumulates points and may ride a variety of $15.00 horses to accumulate points in these classes.
Youth 11 & Under MUST wear 201 Reining 203 Basic Western Riding $15.00 certified ASTM helmets in all 11 & under while mounted. 220 Fast Gait $15.00 4.
Trail Pleasure and Lite Shod horses cannot cross class divisions. 221 Costume $15.00 222 Trail Obstacle $15.00 Persons on federal disqualification cannot transport horses 234 Favorite Gait $15.00 to this show and can participate only as a spectator. 235 Gaited Challenge Champion This is a Sound Horse Show.
If you need time between classesBlack hoof polish is permitted.
Please ask announcer for a 5 minute hold.
Use of plastic wrap on horses’ legs while on show grounds is prohibited.
Horses suspected of being illegally medicated will have blood drawn and tested by a licensed Veterinarian.
Pictures will be available on the fair grounds or on line at Hoof bands are prohibited in show ring. www.jfphototeam.com Monday August 31 – Tuesday September 1 – Wednesday September 2, 2009 Entry Deadline July 15 (Must be postmarked by July 15) Late Entries accepted July 16 through August 1 with late fee.
Entries Close August 1.
Show Chairman: Doyle Fenner Assistant Show Chairman: Marilyn Fenner Judges: Rondi Sue Wuerful & Jennifer Moshier ARRIVAL: DEPART: Any time after 7:00 a.m.
Monday August 31 Michigan State Fair Youth Horse Show Department 16– Section 3 After Closing Ceremony.
September 2 A release slip from the Entry Office is needed to remove livestock from the grounds. * Take a look at the Youth Speed Horse Competition Wednesday September 2 @ 1 P.M. * Show Office: The show office will be located in the Livestock Entry Office south of the small outdoor ring, next to the yellow horse barn.
Please check in upon arrival and during the show for any questions.
There will be a show representative there to answer your questions.
Show office will be open from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm, Monday and Tuesday, Wednesday from 7:00 am to end of show.
Stabling: Blocks of stalls will be labeled with coach’s/group names.
Team & Coach’s name on entry form is very important for this purpose. RULES GOVERNING SHOW The “Michigan State Fair Youth Horse Show” is open to all youth in the state.
The show will run in accordance to the rules governing the high school equestrian team competition with the exception that the youth may compete at the age of 9 yrs through the age of 19 as of January 1 current year.
Junior classes are for riders through grade 8, walk-trot classes are only for riders who are at a walk trot level (no classes requiring a canter may be entered), and the remaining classes are for high school student’s grades 9th through 12th and/or through the age of 19 (as of January 1 current year).
Riders are encouraged to create new “teams” for this competition from their area.
If specific high schools are creating teams we ask that they give themselves a team name other than something with the word “District” in it. 4-H clubs and individual riders are encouraged to participate with one or more riders making up a team.
A senior graduating in the spring of 2009 is eligible to compete on a senior team.
Each exhibitor must fill out an exhibitor entry form.
Be sure to provide the team name that you will be competing on and the adult representative (Coach) responsible for that team.
A team roster listing all members and classes they are entering must be submitted by the coach.complete an IRS W-9 form for each exhibitor.
NEGATIVE COGGINS – Current Calandar Year – Must have coggins with you upon arrival.
The riders participating shall know and abide by the following rules and guidelines for the “Michigan State Fair Youth Show”. • Teams are required to keep stall area neat and clean. • Manure must be removed from wash racks. • Riders shall be limited to two mounts. • Members of immediate family may share mounts. • TRANSPORTATION is the responsibility of each team member. • NO STALLIONS shall be allowed. • A rider cannot participate more than once in any one event. • Horses ridden in the “Michigan State Fair Youth Horse Show” competition must be serviceably sound.
This means the horse must not show evidence of lameness, broken wind, or any other signs of unsoundness. • No rider is allowed to use alcoholic beverages, smoking materials, illegal drugs, or foul language while attending the “Michigan State Fair Youth Show”. • No rider is allowed to use any kind of electrical transmitting devices during the “Michigan State Fair Youth Show”. • Unsportsmanlike conduct or abusive behavior towards animals will not be tolerated. • Failure to abide by the rules of the”Michigan State Fair Youth Horse Show” could lead to any or all of the following: 1) Loss of points for rider or team 2) Disqualification for rider or team Each team shall have 63 slots (classes) available.
The following will help coaches divide their teams according to the “Michigan Stae Fair Youth Horse Show” guidelines.
If you are a team with: 10 riders- allot 7 slots for 3 riders and 6 slots for 7 riders 9 riders- allot 7 slots for each rider 8 riders- allot 8 slots for 7 riders and 7 slots for 1 rider 7 riders- allot 9 slots for each rider 6 riders- allot 11 slots for 3 riders and 10 slots for 3 riders 5 riders- allot 13 slots for 3 riders and 12 slots for 2 riders 4 riders- allot 16 slots for 3 riders and 15 slots for 1 rider 3 or 2 riders- allot 17 slots each 1 rider- allot 16 slots Coaches will have the option of registering riders in Western Riding Pattern TBA, Saddle Seat Pattern TBA, Equitation Over Fences TBA, Trail, and the Two-Person Relay Race with a limit of THREE entries per class per team, with the remaining classes to have a limit of FOUR entries per class per team.
There will be a “Coaches Meeting” with the judges to discuss judging rules prior to commencement of the first class.
All Coaches will have the option to check over the Equitation Over Fences and Trail courses prior to the commencement of said class.
The team that has the highest number of points at the completion of all events shall be considered the winner. There will be no individual class entry fee for this show.
Each exhibitor will be required to pay the $9.00 exhibitor fee and $10.00 office fee.
Parking, camping and stall fees are the responsibility of each exhibitor.
The Michigan State Fair will award premiums according to the following schedule. 1st $30 2nd $25 3rd $24 4th $23 — 8th $19 9th $18 10th $17 remiums and ribbons awarded to 10th place in the finals.
Premiums will be paid to the rider placing in the event.
Premiums for the team events will be paid P to the person entered in the class.
If you have not received your premium money by Nov 1 current year contact the entry office, as the fair will honor NO claims after Dec 1.
Each participant will recieve a Michigan State Fair pin.
Best Decorated Team Stalls Award will be presented at the end of the show to the Best Team Display.
Teams are encouraged to decorate their stall area, keeping in mind not to use balloons or block aisles.
CLASSES OFFERED- Classes will be held in the Coliseum and the North Outside arena.
The South Outside arena will be used for warm-up and the Trail Class.
All patterns to be annoucned at the show. 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 Western Showmanship Western Showmanship- Junior Western Equitation Western Equitation- Junior Western Bareback Western Walk Trot- Jr. & Sr.
Western Riding Pattern TBA Western Riding Pattern TBA- Junior Saddle Seat Showmanship Saddle Seat Showmanship- Junior Saddle Seat Equitation Saddle Seat Equitiation- Junior Saddle Seat Bareback Saddle Seat Pattern TBA Saddle Seat Pattern TBA- Junior English Walk Trot- Jr. & Sr. 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 456A 457 457A Hunt Seat Showmanship Hunt Seat Showmanship- Junior Hunt Seat Equitaiton Hunt Seat Equitation- Junior Hunt Seat Bareback Equitation Over Fences – Pattern TBA Equitation Over Fences- Pattern TBA- Junior Trail- walk/trot pattern Trail- Junior- walk/trot pattern Cloverleaf Race Cloverleaf Race- Junior Flag Race Flag Race- Junior Pole Bending Pole Bending- Junior Two Person Relay Two Person Relay- Junior Payment to 2nd person on relay team only.
Payment to 2nd person on relay team only Pictures will be available on the fair grounds or on line at www.jfphototeam.com MONDAY COLISEUM 2:00 pm Coach’s Meeting- main aisle of horse barn 3:00 Opening Ceremonies 3:30 Western Showmanship- north end Junior Western Showmanship- south end 4:30 Hunt Seat Showmanship- north end Junior Hunt Seat Showmanship- south end 5:30 Western Equitation 7:00 Color Guard 7:15 Junior Flag Race 8:00 Flag Race TUESDAY COLISEUM 8:00am Saddle Seat Showmanship- north end Junior Saddle Seat Showmanship- south end 8:45 Saddle Seat Equitation 9:30 English Walk-Trot 10:00 Saddle Seat Bareback 11:00 Junior Saddle Seat Equitation 12:15pm Junior Hunt Seat Equitation 1:00 Hunt Seat Bareback 2:00 Hunt Seat Equitation 3:00 Junior Wastern Riding 4:00 Western Riding 6:00 Keyhole 7:00 Color Guard 7:15 Junior Keyhole 7:30 Cloverleaf 8:30 Junior Cloverleaf NORTH ARENA 5:30pm 5:45 6:15 Western Walk-Trot Junior Western Equitation Western Bareback NORTH ARENA 10:00am 11:30 2:00pm 5:00pm Junior Saddle Seat Pattern Saddle Seat Pattern Trail Junior Trail WEDNESDAY COLISEUM 8:00am Schooling Over Fnnces 8:45 Equitation Over Fences 9:30 J unior Schooling Over Fences 10:00 Junior Equitation Over Fences 10:30 Junior Two Person Relay 11:00 Two Person Relay 12:15pm Closing Ceremonies Thank You for coming! THE 2009 MICHIGAN STATE FAIR YOUTH HORSE SHOW ENTRY DEADLINE – JULY 15 (postmarked) Exhibitor’s Name *Birthday Address City State Zip County Phone ( ) School *COACH’S NAME: *TEAM NAME: Horse’s Name: Back # (Office Use) MICHIGAN STATE FAIR Terms & Conditions: It is agreed that the applicant has read the current Rules and Regulations, which are incorporated herin by reference and become a part of the contract between the exhibitor and the Michigan State Fair.
Every person who makes an entry at the State Fair herewith exempts and discharges the Michigan department of Agriculture, its agents, servants and employees from liability for any loss, damage or injury to himself or his property, weather caused by the said Department, its agents, servants or employees, or by any other cause.
Every exhibitor will be responsible for any injury that may be occasioned by any animals owned or exhibited by him or arising from acts or negligence of any servant or employee of such exhibitor.
Exhibitor’s Signature Parent/Guardian Signature Printed Name One Exhibitor per Entry QTY. EXHIBITOR FEES Office Fee- required Youth Exhibitor Fee- includes 1 Gate Pass- required Additional Gate Passes- Every person entering the grounds must have a pass. C-Lot Parking Pass (per day-per vehicle) SITE RENTAL BEGINS THE DAY CAMPER ARRIVES Camping Permit with electricity Camping Permit without electricity Length of Camper Nights Arriving Box Stall Horse & Tack Late Fee MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO STATE OF MICHIGAN – US FUNDS
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