Howard County Fair. Horse & Pony Shows August 5-12, 2017

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1 Howard County Fair Horse & Pony Shows August 5-12, 2017

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3 Howard County Fair Horse & Pony Shows August 5-12, Fairground Road West Friendship, MD Cover Illustration by Mary Jean Coles 1

4 HOWARD COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION, INC Fairground Road West Friendship, MD Education and entertainment are what the Howard County Fair is all about. For over seventy years, residents of Howard County and surrounding communities have brought their exhibits to be judged. The Howard County Fair Board has gone to great lengths to preserve the tradition so the youth of today may be part of the experience. While the appearance of the county may be changing in many places, agriculture will always be an important part. We are proud of the growth and success of the Howard County Fair. We are constantly trying to improve, and we welcome your suggestions. We are deeply appreciative for the volunteer help that is given each year and our exhibitors help make this community event something to be proud of. I am looking forward to this year s fair and urge all of you to come out and share in the tradition of family oriented fun, education, and entertainment. With your support, we can make this 72nd fair a big success. See you at the FAIR! Mickey Day, President BOARD OF DIRECTORS H. Mitchell Day, President Kim Sullivan Jay Rhine, Vice President Marjie Eyler Mary Streaker, Recording Sec. *Dale Hough Bruce Brendel *Thomas E. Mullinix, Sr. Charles M Coles Jr. Tom Mullinix Kathy Patrick Jack Hartner Peggy Schultz Kristi Currier Justin Brendel Chuck Zepp Howie Feaga *Blair Hill Bettina Catalano, Treasurer *Vaughn Turner, General Mgr. Martin Hamilton, Secretary 2210 Fairground Road Frederick Road West Friendship, MD Woodbine, MD *Past Presidents 2

5 GENERAL RULES: 1. Entry fee shall constitute an agreement that the person making it, along with the lessee, trainer, agent, coach, driver, rider and the horse: (1) shall be subject to the rules of the Howard County Fair Association and the sponsoring club; (2) that each rider is eligible as entered; and (3) that the owner and any of his representatives are bound by the rules of the Howard County Fair Association and the sponsoring club, and will accept as final the decision of the hearing committee on any questions arising under said rules and agree to hold the Howard County Fair Association and the sponsoring club, their officials, directors, employees and agents harmless for any injury or loss suffered during, or in connection with, the show, whether or not such injuries or loss resulted, directly or indirectly, from the negligent act or omission of said officials, directors, employees or agents, or the Howard County Fair Association and/or the sponsoring club. 2. Admission to the fairgrounds continues to be based on a TWO-PERSONS- FREE-PER-HORSE system. Please try to accompany your horse through the entrance to eliminate the question of whether you are a horse show entry. Otherwise, admission will be charged and, upon request, reimbursed by horse show staff at the entry booth. No charge for parking. All other exhibitors must pay admission at the main gate. GATE OPENS AT 8:00 a.m. ADMISSION: $5.00 per person, 10 years and older. Children under 10 years old admitted FREE. Any disputes will be resolved at the entry booth. 3. All Shows will be held Rain or Shine. 4. See individual show prize list for pre-entry deadlines. Entry fees are nonrefundable without a Veterinarian=s Certificate. 5. All horses must be accompanied by a record of a negative Equine Infectious Anemia (Coggins) test within the last 12 months. All equine exhibitors must fill out a Self Certification of Equine Health form prior to loading animals, and shall be presented upon request to the designated fair and show representatives. Go to the MD Department of Agriculture website, for current health regulations and a copy of the Self Certification of Equine Health form. 6. NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED ON THE FAIRGROUNDS. THIS RULE IS ALL-INCLUSIVE AND APPLIES TO THE HORSE SHOW GROUNDS AS WELL AS THE MIDWAY--SO PLEASE LEAVE YOUR DOGS AT HOME. 7. Classes will be shown in the order listed in the Prize List. 8. Foaling dates to be considered in all foal classes. Foals must be led while in the ring. Foals may accompany their dam in the ring. 9. No alcoholic beverages or controlled substances allowed. HORSE DEPARTMENT: General Superintendent - Peggy Schultz Frederick Road, Woodbine, MD

6 HORSE DEPARTMENT (Continued) CHAIRMAN OF YOUR BREED SHOW BRAHA ARABIAN, PARTBRED ARABIAN & OPEN SHOW: Pat Clifford, 11 Morris Way Road, Owings Mills, MD ( ) Betty Adams, Dorsey Mill Road, Glenwood, MD ( or ) CLEVELAND BAY HUNTER HORSE SHOW: Marcia Brody, P. O. Box 707, Middletown, MD ( ) DRAFT HORSES AND MULES: Brenda Sands, 408 South Springdale Rd, New Windsor, MD ( ) ENGLISH/WESTERN PLAY DAY: Sam & Heidi Kern, 1010 Belgarden Lane, Pasadena, MD ( or ) MINIATURE HORSES: Anna Marie Baker, 8372 Sunset Drive, Ellicott City, MD ( ) MARYLAND WESTERN HORSE ASSOCIATION Lynda Arnold, 2701 Old Liberty Road, New Windsor, MD ( ) MARYLAND STATE QUARTER HORSE ASSOC: Wayne Diamond, ( ) 4

7 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Wednesday, August 2 nd EXHIBIT ENTERING 4:00-8:00 pm 4-H Indoor Entering (non-perishable) H Exhibit Building 5:00-8:00 pm Open Home Arts Entering & Flowers (all exhibits except Baked Foods, Candies & Jr Flower Show Home Arts Building Thursday, August 3 rd EXHIBIT ENTERING 4:00-8:00 pm 4-H Indoor Entering (non-perishable) H Exhibit Building 5:00-8:00 pm Open Home Arts Entering & Flowers (all exhibits except Baked Foods, Candies & Jr Flower Show) Home Arts Building Friday, August 4th EXHIBIT ENTERING 3:00-8:00 pm Open Home Arts Entering (all exhibits except Baked Foods & Candies).... Home Arts Building 5:00 pm Christmas Tree Judging... Farm & Garden Bldg Flower Judging (see individual Home Arts Sections for entry times) Home Arts Bldg Open Goat Jr Doe Show Small Arena 6:00-9:00 pm Open Indoor Entering - Farm Crops, Fruits & Vegetables, Honey & Beeswax and Wool Fleece Farm & Garden Bldg Saturday, August 5 th OPENING DAY ARMED FORCES DAY 7:30-9:00 am 4-H Indoor Entering ( Baked Goods, Flowers, Vegetables, Candies and Food Preservation) H Exhibit Building 8:00 am GATE OPENS 8:00 am 4-H Horse and Pony Show.... Horse Rings 8:00 am Open Goat Jr/Sr Doe Show Small Arena 8:00-11:00 am Open Home Arts Entering Baked Foods, Candies & Jr Flower Show 9:00 am 13 th Annual Mule Pulling Contest....Contest Arena 7 th Annual Coon Mule Jump Immediately Following Mule Pulling Contest 9:00-12 Noon Open Indoor Entering Farm Crops, Fruits & Veg., Honey & Beeswax and Wool Fleece Farm & Garden Bldg. 9:00 am 4-H Canine Show... Show Pavilion 10:00 am 39 th Annual Horse Pull... Contest Arena 10:00 am Commercial Main Exhibition Hall Opens... Main Exhibition Bldg. 12 Noon MIDWAY OPENS Best Apple Dessert Contest H Activities Hall Open Class Indoor Exhibitor Judging.... Home Arts & Farm & Garden Bldgs Jr. Flowers Judging....Home Arts Building ***Home Arts Building Will Be Closed to the Public on Saturday, August 6 th *** ***All Other Exhibit Buildings Open to the Public After Judging*** 12:00 pm Junior Showmanship Show (Howard Co. Farm Bureau)..... Show Pavilion 2:00 pm 4-H Bake Sale H Exhibit Building 2:30 pm Judging Best Apple Pie & Dessert Contests H Activities Hall 3:00 pm 4-H & Open Jersey Cattle Show...Show Pavilion 4:00 pm 23 rd Annual Tractor Pull....Contest Arena 5:00 pm Square Dance Demonstration... Entertainment Stage 7:00 pm Square Dance (Sponsored by Tom Thumb Dance Club).. 4-H Activities Hall 7:30/9:00 pm The Back Page Band (Rock)... Entertainment Stage Sunday, August 6 th 8:30 am Draft Horse and Mule Show... Horse Rings 9:00 am 20 th Annual Antique Auto Show West Main Ex Pkng Lot All Breeds ARBA Open Rabbit Show... Poultry Barn 5

8 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Sunday, August 6 th - continued 10:00 am 4-H Rabbit Bred By Exhibitor Contest Rabbit Pavilion Demonstrations Throughout the Day....Home Arts Building 11:00 am Pretty Animal Contest.... Show Pavilion 12:00-6:00pm Public Safety Day Contest Arena 12 Noon Pie Eating Contest.... Show Pavilion MIDWAY OPENS 1:00 pm Interlocking Building Block Competition Back of Main Ex 1:00 pm Tour A Live Honey Bee Colony Demo... Ag Education Tent 2:00 pm MD Farrier s Assn. Demo Building Horse Shoes... Ag Education Tent Grand Opening Parade and 34 th Annual West Friendship Volunteer Fire Dept. Parade... Midway Boulevard 3:00 pm Miss Howard County Farm Bureau Contest Show Pavilion Future Farmer/Little Miss How. Co. Farm Bureau Contest.... Show Pavilion 4-H Mini Fashion Revue (held during Miss How. Co. Farm Bureau Contest) Tour A Live Honey Bee Colony Demo... Ag Education Tent 5:00 pm 4-H Champion Baked Goods Auction Show Pavilion 5:30 pm Copper Canyon Band... Entertainment Stage 6:00 pm 4-H Horsemanship Contest... 4-H Activities Hall 6:30 pm 4-H Sheep Showmanship Contest Show Pavilion 7:30 & 9:00pm Sean Collins and the Backbeats (R&B/Soul) Entertainment Stage Monday, August 7 th 8:30 am 4-H & Open Beef Cattle Show....Show Pavilion 9:00 am Cleveland Bay Hunter Horse Show... Horse Rings 4-H Dairy Goat Show then 4-H Pygmy Goat Show..... Sheep & Goat Barn 4-H Poultry Show.... Poultry Barn 10:00 am Demonstrations Throughout the Day....Home Arts Building 4-H Day! (10am- 4pm)... 4-H Activities Hall 1:00 pm Open Poultry Show... Poultry Barn 4-H & Open Commercial Sheep Show....Show Pavilion 2:00 pm MIDWAY OPENS 5:00 pm 4-H Market Lamb Show... Show Pavilion 5:00 pm 4-H Robotic Contest... 4-H Activities Hall 7:00 pm PRCA All American Pro Rodeo Contest Arena 7:30/9:00 pm Appaloosa (Oldies).... Entertainment Stage Tuesday, August 8 th SENIOR DAY (Seniors 62 & Older Admitted FREE ALL DAY) 8:00 am BRAHA Arabian, Partbred Arabian & Open Show Horse Rings 8:30 am 4-H & Open Hand Spinners Sheep Show Show Pavilion 9:00 am 4-H Rabbit Show.... Rabbit Pavilion 10:00 am 4-H Meat Breeding Goat Show Sheep & Goat Barn 10:00 am 4-H Rabbit Showmanship.... Rabbit Pavilion Senior Day at the Fair (10am - 3pm) H Activities Hall Demonstrations Throughout the Day....Home Arts Building 12:30 pm Market Goat & Showmanship Show Show Pavilion 2:00 pm MIDWAY OPENS 5:00 pm 4-H Beef Showmanship & Steer Show Show Pavilion 7:00 pm 4-H Dog Bowl... 4-H Exhibit Building Food & Nutrition Bowl (held after 4-H Dog Bowl) H Ex.Bldg 6

9 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Tuesday, August 8 th - continued 7:00 pm PRCA All American Pro Rodeo Contest Arena 7:30/9:00 pm Rock & Roll Relics... Entertainment Stage Wednesday, August 9 th 9:00 am Miniature Horse Show.... Horse Rings English/Western Play Day Horse Show.... Horse Rings 4-H Swine Showmanship...Show Pavilion Demonstrations Throughout the Day....Home Arts Building 11:30 am Ag Leaders Luncheon - By invitation Only H Activities Hall 2:00 pm MIDWAY OPENS 3:00 pm 4-H Swine Breeding Show...Show Pavilion 4:00 pm 4-H Market Swine Show....Show Pavilion 4:00 pm 4-H Rabbit Bowl Contest... Rabbit Pavilion 7:00 pm Demolition Derby Contest Arena 7:30/9:00 pm Sam Grow Band... Entertainment Stage Thursday, August 10 th 8:30 am 4-H & Open Meat Breeding Sheep Show Show Pavilion 9:00 am 4-H Rabbit Judging Contest... Rabbit Pavilion 4-H Small Pet and Wildlife H Exhibit Building 10:00am -4:00pm Hands on History H Activities Building Demonstrations Throughout the Day....Home Arts Building 11:00 am Honey Extraction Demo (with Charlie Brandts, White House BK)...Home Arts Building 12:00pm 4-H Dairy Showmanship Show Pavilion 2:00 pm MIDWAY OPENS 4:00 pm 4-H & Open Dairy Cattle Show (Guernsey, Brown Swiss And Milking Shorthorns)...Show Pavilion 6:00 pm 4-H & Open Dairy Cattle Show (Ayrshire & Holstein) Show Pavilion 6:30 pm Saddle Pals & Gals Drill Team Horse Ring 7:00 pm Howard County Has Talent Show....Contest Arena 7:30 pm The Browningsville Band.... Entertainment Stage Friday, August 11 th 8:30 am Maryland Western Horse Show - Open Horse Rings 4-H Dog Agility Trial/Dog Rally Obedience MEX West Parking Lot 8:30 am 4-H & Open Meat Breeding Sheep Show Show Pavilion Demonstrations Throughout the Day....Home Arts Building 2:00 pm MIDWAY OPENS 5:45 pm 4-H Livestock Sale: Small Animals, Lambs, Goats, Steers & Hogs.... Show Pavilion 7:30/9:00 pm Jay Henley & Stone Broke Band (Country) Entertainment Stage Saturday, August 12 th 8:30 am MSQHA Quarter Horse Show.... Horse Rings 9:00 am 4-H Livestock Judging Contest...Show Pavilion 4-H Rocketry Contest...Upper Parking Lot 10:00 am Demonstrations Throughout the Day Home Arts Building 10:00 am Baby Contest and Miniature Parade Entertainment Stage 12 Noon MIDWAY OPENS 12:30 pm New Zoo Revue... Show Pavilion 7

10 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Saturday, August 12 th - continued 1:30 pm 4-H Worm Race... Show Pavilion 2:00 pm 4-H Clover Livestock Skillathon H Activities Building 2:30 pm 4-H Sheep Lead Contest....Show Pavilion 3:00 pm 4-H Livestock Skillathon H Activities Building 5:00 pm Parade of Floats... Midway Boulevard 6:30 pm 4-H All Star Livestock Showmanship Contest Show Pavilion and 4-H Achievement Awards Ceremony (4-H Pizza Party to Follow - Sponsored by Howard County Fair) 7:00 pm Demolition Derby Contest Arena 7:30/9:00 pm Richie Fields.... Entertainment Stage 9:00 pm Premium Payout... Show Pavilion SPECIAL NOTICE Exhibit Halls Will Be Closed During Entry and Judging on Saturday, August 5 th. Home Arts Building Will be Closed All Day on Saturday, August 5 th, and Will Open to the Public on Sunday, August 6 th at 10 am. AMUSEMENT RIDES Saturdays and Sunday - 12 Noon til 11 pm Monday thru Friday - 2 pm til 11 pm KIDS & CRITTERS BARN - Barn 6-10:30 am - 8:30 pm (CLOSED DAILY FROM 2 PM - 4 PM) BINGO HALL - Opens Daily at 6 pm PONY RIDES - 10 am - 10 pm PIG RACES - 12 Noon, 3 pm, 6 pm & 8 pm PETER WOOD: EXPLORER OF THE IMPOSSIBLE! Magic Shows: Sat.,Mon.,Wed.,Fri.: 11am,12:30pm & 2:00pm Second Saturday: 1,2,& 3pm COMMERCIAL VENDORS MAIN EXHIBITION HALL. SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE Check our website at for Up-To-Date Info on Fair Events and Nightly Entertainment PREMIUM PAYOUT 9:00 pm Saturday, August 12 th - Show Pavilion 10:00 am to 1:30 pm Sunday, August 13 th - Fair Office Premiums not picked up will be mailed within 30 days. 8

11 THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MULE PULLING CONTEST Chairperson - Mary E. F. Streaker ( ) Co-Chairperson - Daryl E. Collins ( ) Saturday, August 5 th 9:00 AM Contest Arena RULES! Mule Pulling is run according to the Maryland Horse Pulling Rules of Competition with the following two exceptions: All teams are weighed and divided as nearly as possible into a Heavy Group and Light Group. This weight break runs at about 2,600 lbs. team weight. The mule teams are required to pull a distance of 17½ feet.! The teams will be weighed at the Fairgrounds between 7:00 AM and 8:30 Am the day of the Pulling Contest.! There will be a $10 Entry Fee for each team.! Prizes for each class will be: First $275; Second $225; Third $175; Fourth $125; Fifth $100; All Others $75 9

12 7 th ANNUAL COON MULE JUMP Chairperson - Clint Thomas ( ) Saturday, August 5 TH immediately Following Mule Pull Contest Arena RULES! Two Classes: (1) 54" & Under; and (2) Over 54"! Mules must jump from a stand still without knocking the bar off the jump.! The mule that jumps the highest, through a process of elimination, is declared the winner.! Two divisions based on height of mule at withers.! Initial jump will be determined by the chest height of the smallest mule.! Initial jump must be cleared to qualify for a placing.! You have 60 seconds to make a qualifying jump.! There will be a $5 Entry Fee for each Mule! Prizes will be: Small Mule Jump: First - $200; Second - $150; Third - $100; and Fourth - $50. Large Mule Jump: First - $250; Second - $200; Third - $175; Fourth - $125; Fifth - $100; Sixth - $75; Seventh - $50; and Eighth - $25. 10

13 40 th ANNUAL HORSE PULLING CONTEST Chairperson - Mary E. F. Streaker ( ) Co-Chairperson - Daryl E. Collins ( ) Saturday, August 5 TH 10:00 AM Contest Arena RULES! There will be two (2) classes: Light Weight (under 3,300 lbs.) and Heavy Weight (3,325 lbs. and up).! The teams will be weighed at the Fairgrounds between 7:00 and 10:00 am the day of the Pulling Contest.! National Horse Pulling Rules will be observed and enforced.! The Contest will begin at 10:00 am on Saturday, Augus5 th with the Light Weight Class first.! There will be a $10 Entry Fee for each team.! Prizes for each class will be: First--$400; Second--$350; Third- $300; Fourth--$250; Fifth--$215; Sixth--$190; Seventh--$165; Eighth $140; Ninth--$120; Tenth--$110; All Others--$

14 DRAFT HORSE AND MULE SHOW Sunday, August 6, :30 am Judges: KYLE QUARTARO & REBECCA PALMER PENN YAN, NEW YORK Announcer: Bob Shirley Entry Fee: $10.00 Per Head Entries Close: July 2, 2017 SUPERINTENDENTS Brenda Sands, , Danny Mast, , All Horses and Mules, nine months or older must have proof of negative Coggins test within 12 months of the show date. Original copy must be presented at check in the day of the show. All equine exhibitors must fill out a Self Certification of Equine Health form prior to loading animals, and shall be presented upon request to the designated fair or show representative. See new health regulations for horses in general rules on inside of front cover. Show will be held rain or shine. All fees are non-refundable. No entries accepted after the deadline. Must use entry form in this catalog. ONLY ONE RIDER/DRIVER PER ENTRY FORM. Mail all entries to: Brenda Sands, 408 South Springdale Road, New Windsor, MD Please make check payable to: Howard County Fair Association, Inc. All Draft Horse and Mule exhibitors will receive two (2) passes for up to three (3) animals. Over three (3) animals may receive up to, but not more than four (4) passes. Draft Horse and Mule Judges will judge all Draft Horse and Mule Classes. All Judges decisions are final. Show committee reserves the right to combine or split classes as number of entries warrant. Classes are listed in the tentative order they will be run may be changed as needed. Dress code for all Draft Horse and Mule halter classes: Dress slacks, shirt or blouse (must have a raised collar), tie and hat optional. NO blue jeans, baseball caps or T-shirts allowed. Appropriateness of attire could be up to the show committee with the judge s final decision. Dress code for Cart & Hitch Classes: Gentlemen to wear dress slacks, coat or vest and tie, hat and proper shoes are mandatory. Ladies to wear dress slacks or long skirt and blouse. Dress pantsuits are permitted. NO blue jeans, baseball caps or T-shirts allowed. Youth 19 & under may waive their youth status, and will be considered as an adult for all classes and may not exhibit in any youth classes for that calendar year. Also they will not be considered a youth in the MDHMA point system. Any Youth waiving their right must clearly state this on their entry form. Youth Showmanship classes: Judged 70% showmanship, 30% condition and grooming of the animal. Premiums: Trophy and Six ribbons. All Youth 8-19 must be accompanied by an experienced adult in any driving classes. All draft horse halter classes Open to registered Draft & Drum Horses Only. All Stallion classes are for registered Draft Stallions only. Stallions over one year of age may not be shown by any youth in halter, driving, or under saddle classes. All Stallions must be under control at all times. If dismissed from a halter class, he will not be able to show in any other classes. Mule classes: Mini Mules and Donkeys are not eligible for any mule class. Under Saddle Classes: English or Western tack, no driving bridles or bareback pads. Judged as a pleasure riding class at a walk and trot or jog both ways of the ring. To stand quietly and back easily. No stallions. Continued 12

15 DRAFT HORSE AND MULE SHOW (Continued) Hitch Classes: Will be judged at a walk and trot both ways of the ring. Judged on manners, suitability, condition and performance of team and driver. May be asked to back or perform individual test at judge s discretion. Youth classes judged on driver performance only. Stallion Cart Class Stallions only. Must be driven by an adult only. All stallions must have been shown in the stallion halter class. Any animal misbehaving will be dismissed at the judge s discretion. Pleasure Driving Class and Open Team Class Draft Horse or Mule (one for pleasure driving and two animals for open team.) hitched to cart or 4-wheeled vehicle. No fancy carts. No braiding. No show harness. These animals may be pure draft, draft cross-breeds or mules. No Stallions may enter. No scotch collars. If you show Pleasure Driving and or Open Team these animals may not be shown in any other driving classes. These animals may be shown under saddle. Mule single turnout Single mule to a four wheeled vehicle. Suitability of animal and vehicle to be considered. All classes will be given a final gate call. You will not be allowed into the show ring once the gate is closed. The announcer will determine the time allowed for last call. To be eligible to show in classes 56-60, you must have shown both in their halter classes. Senior & Reserve, Junior & Reserve, Grand Champion & Reserve Champions: Premiums: Ribbons only. Premiums for classes 1 thru 64 are $25, $20, $15, $10, $5 and ribbons. Premiums for classes 65 thru 68 are Trophy and Ribbons. Premiums for classes 69 thru 74 are $25, $20, $15, $10 and ribbons. MARES 4 years and older 1. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 2. American Cream 3. Belgian 4. Percheron 5. Clydesdale & Shire 3 year old MARES 6. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 7. American Cream 8. Belgian 9. Percheron 10. Clydesdale & Shire Senior & Reserve Champion Mare 2 year old MARES 11. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 12. American Cream 13. Belgian 14. Percheron 15. Clydesdale & Shire Yearling MARES 16. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 17. American Cream 18. Belgian 19. Percheron 20. Clydesdale & Shire 2017 Foal MARES 21. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 22. American Cream 23. Belgian 24. Percheron 25. Clydesdale & Shire Junior & Reserve Champion Mare Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Mare 2 Year & older Draft Geldings 26. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 27. American Cream 28. Belgian 29. Percheron 30. Clydesdale & Shire Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Draft Geldings Stallions 4 years & older 31. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 32. American Cream 33. Belgian 34. Percheron 35. Clydesdale & Shire 3 year old Stallions 36. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 37. American Cream 38. Belgian 39. Percheron 40. Clydesdale & Shire Senior & Reserve Champion Stallions 13

16 DRAFT HORSE AND MULE SHOW (Continued) 2 Year old Stallions 41. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 42. American Cream 43. Belgian 44. Percheron 45. Clydesdale & Shire Yearling Stallions 46. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 47. American Cream 48. Belgian 49. Percheron 50. Clydesdale & Shire 2017 Foal Stallions 51. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 52. American Cream 53. Belgian 54. Percheron 55. Clydesdale & Shire Junior & Reserve Champion Stallions Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Stallions Draft Mare & Her 2017 Foal 56. Suffolk & Spotted Draft & Drum 57. American Cream 58. Belgian 59. Percheron 60. Clydesdale & Shire Mule Halter 61. Gelding Mules 3 yrs & older 62. Gelding Mules 2 yrs & under 63. Mare Mules 3 yrs & older 64. Mare Mules 2 yrs & under Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Mules Youth Showmanship (Sponsored by the M.D.H.M.A.) yrs w/mules yrs w/ Horses yrs w/mules yrs w/ Horses Performance Classes 69. Draft Horse Under-Saddle (Western) Adult 20 yrs or older 70. Draft Horse Under-Saddle (Western) Youth 8-19 yrs 71. Draft Horse/Mule Under-Saddle (English) Adult 20 yrs or older 72. Draft Horse/Mule Under-Saddle (English) Youth 8-19 yrs. 73. Draft Mule Under-Saddle (Western) Adult 20 yrs or older 74. Draft Mule Under-Saddle (Western) Youth 8-19 yrs LUNCH Horse Hitch (3 Pairs)... Premium $150 $125 $100 $ Antique Farm Implements... Premium $50 $40 $30 $20 $10 (No wagons. Implement to be in workable condition) Mule Hitch... Premium $150 $125 $100 $ Horse Hitch... Premium $125 $100 $75 $50 $25 Ribbon 79. Multiple Mule Hitch... Premium $125 $100 $75 $50 $25 Ribbon 80. Open Pleasure Driving Team... Premium $25 $20 $15 $10 Ribbon 81. Unicorn Horse Hitch... Premium $100 $80 $60 $40 $20 Ribbon 82. Single Pleasure Driving Horse or Mule... Premium $25 $20 $15 $10 Ribbon 83. Draft Horse Show Team... Premium $75 $65 $55 $45 $35 Ribbon 84. Mule Show Team... Premium $75 $65 $55 $45 $35 Ribbon 85. Youth Driving Team yrs... Premium $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 86. Youth Mule Team 8-19yrs... Premium $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 87. Youth Driving Team 8-13 yrs... Premium $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 88. Mules- Single Turnout... Premium $25 $20 $15 $10 Ribbon 89. Tandem Horse (2 horses hitched in tandem to cart)... Premium $50 $40 $30 $20 $10 Ribbon 90. Mule Cart- Gentlemen/Ladies to drive... Premium $35 $25 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 91. Registered Draft Mare to Cart... Premium $45 $35 $25 $15 $10 Ribbon ***Mare shown in this class may not show in any other cart class except youth*** 92. Draft Horse Cart- Gentlemen to drive... Premium $35 $25 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 93. Stallion Cart... Premium $35 $25 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 94. Draft Horses Cart- Ladies to drive... Premium $35 $25 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 95. Youth Mule Driving Cart 8-19 yrs... Premium: $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 96. Youth Driving Cart yrs... Premium: $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 97. Youth Driving Cart 8-13 yrs... Premium: $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Ribbon 14

17 CLEVELAND BAY HUNTER HORSE SHOW Howard County Fair, West Friendship, Maryland Monday, August 7, :00 AM For More Information please contact Pre-Entry Fee: $10.00/Class (Postmarked by July 29, 2017) Post-Entry Fee: $12.00/Class PREMIUMS IN EACH CLASS: $12.00 $10.00 $8.00 $6.00 Six Ribbons All classes open to Purebred and Partbred Cleveland Bays unless otherwise specified. Purebred Cleveland Bays must be registered or eligible to be registered in the Stud Book of the Cleveland Bay Horse Society of the UK. Please read GENERAL RULES at front of this catalog regarding Admission and Health Regulations. All horses must be accompanied by a record of a negative Equine Infectious Anemia (Coggins) test within the last 12 months and all equine exhibitors must fill out a Self Certification of Equine Health. Horses showing in classes 7 and 8 may not be judged in classes Mail pre-entries to: Marcia Brody, PO Box 707, Middletown, MD For more information about the show, please contact: Marcia Brody at or CHECKS PAYABLE TO HOWARD COUNTY FAIR. 1. Purebred Cleveland Bay in Hand, Foals Three Year Olds -- Shown in hand at walk & trot. Bridles mandatory on two-year-olds & older. 2. Purebred Cleveland Bay Hunter In Hand, Horses- Four Years Old & Up -- Shown in hand at walk & trot. Bridles mandatory. 3. Partbred Cleveland Bay in Hand, Foals-Three Year Olds Shown in hand at walk & trot. Bridles mandatory on two-year-olds & older. 4. Partbred Cleveland Bay Hunter In Hand, Horses- Four Years Old & Up Shown in hand at walk & trot. Bridles mandatory. Junior Champion (1 st & 2 nd place entries in Classes 1 & 3 return to the ring to be judged for Jr. Champion & Jr. Reserve Champion) 5. Senior Champion (1 st & 2 nd place entries in Classes 2 & 4 return to the ring to be judged for Sr. Champion & Sr. Reserve Champion) 6. Grand Champion (1 st & 2 nd place entries from classes 1-4 return to the ring to be judged for Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion) 7. Cleveland Bay Get-of-Sire or Produce-of-Dam Each entry is comprised of two offspring sharing either the same dam or sire, shown in hand at walk & trot. Bridles mandatory on two-year-olds & older. 8. Dressage Suitability Judged at walk, trot & canter. Extension & collection may be requested. Horses need not be trained extensively in dressage to exhibit in this class. 9. Novice Hunter Under Saddle Open to horses in their 1 st or 2 nd year of showing under tack. Shown at walk, trot & canter both ways of the ring. Entries may not be judged in other ridden divisions except for class Novice Hunter Over Fences Open to horses in their 1 st or 2 nd year of showing under tack. Shown over a course of 6-8 jumps at 2. Simple changes allowed. Entries may not cross-enter into other ridden divisions. 11. Cleveland Bay Hunter Under Saddle Shown at walk, trot & canter both ways of the ring. 12. Cleveland Bay Hunter Hack Shown at walk, trot & canter both ways of the ring, & jump two jumps at 2 6. May be asked to show at the hand-gallop, at the discretion of the judge. 13. Cleveland Bay Hunter Over Fences Shown over a course of 8 fences at 2 6. Judged on performance, soundness, suitability & manners. * Cleveland Bay Hunter Champion and Reserve Champion 14. Cleveland Bay Working Hunter Under Saddle Shown at walk, trot, & canter both ways of the ring. May be asked to show at the hand-gallop, at the discretion of the judge. 15. Cleveland Bay Working Hunter Over Fences Shown over a course of 8 fences at Judged on performance, soundness, suitability & manners. 16. Cleveland Bay Working Hunter Over Fences Same as Class 11. * Cleveland Bay Working Hunter Championship and Reserve Championship Thomas C.H. Webster and *Ramblers Renown Memorial Perpetual Trophy - Given by the Webster Family to the High Point Cleveland Bay Horse (Partbred or Purebred, registered or unregistered). High-Point Rosettes sponsored by the Cleveland Bay Horse Society and Maryland Bay Farm for the highest-scoring CBHS-registered Purebred and highest-scoring CBHS-registered Partbred Cleveland Bay in the show. 15

18 BRAHA ARABIAN, PARTBRED ARABIAN, AND OPEN SHOW Tuesday, August 8, :00 am SHARP JUDGES: TBD Event Contact: Pat Clifford Pre-entry Fee: $9.00/BRAHA Member* - $11.00/Non-Member PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE: July 18, 2017 Post-Entry Fee: $11.00/Class/Member*- $13.00/Class/Non-Member ***ALL ENTRIES RECEIVED AT THE SHOWGROUNDS ARE CONSIDERED POST-ENTRY*** ***ALL ENTRIES CLOSE AT 12 NOON ON SHOW DAY*** PRIZE MONEY IN EACH PAID CLASS: $12 $10 $8 $6 Six Ribbons Please review the General Horse Rules for the Fair on the inside front cover of this catalog. Free admission to the fair occurs ONLY if you accompany your horse thru the back gate and is limited to two persons/horse. Do NOT ask the gate people to make exceptions. Do NOT ride or walk your horse up the midway. HORSES MUST STAY AT THE SHOW RINGS. Proof of negative Coggins required. See Health Regulations for Horses in the General Rules on the inside front cover of this catalog. Open to BRAHA members and non-members alike. All breeds of horses and ponies are welcome. Registration papers are required to show in classes designated Arabian or Partbred Arabian. This show follows USEF and AHA rules. Please review the rules for specifications of individual classes. This show is NOT rated. All junior exhibitors, whenever mounted, MUST wear an ASTM-approved helmet. Every rider is encouraged to wear protective headgear in every class. Junior 18 & under; Senior 19 &over. Age determined as of December 1, *Member current BRAHA membership will be verified. Non-members are welcome as well. Please note difference in class entry fees. Membership forms will be available. Halter championships (5, 8, 9 & 13) do not require an entry fee. Placing 1st and 2nd in other classes results in automatic entry in these classes. Liberty Classes Restricted to 8 entries Go as you please classes Enter at a walk. When the judge calls go as you please, you may canter/lope or trot/jog your horse. Whichever of these 2 gaits you select, you MUST use the same gait when going the other direction of the ring. Entries should be mailed to Pat Clifford, 11 Morris Way, Owings Mills, MD RING 1 - BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 8: 00 AM GROOMING & SHOWMANSHIP (OPEN TO ALL BREEDS) 1. GROOMING & SHOWMANSHIP - SENIOR & Junior combined PUREBRED ARABIAN HALTER 2. PUREBRED FILLIES/MARES (All ages) 3. PUREBRED GELDINGS (All ages) 4. PUREBRED COLTS/STALLIONS (All ages) 5. Champion Purebred Arabian Halter (1 st & 2 nd -Classes 2, 3, 4) PARTBRED ARABIAN HALTER 6. PARTBRED MARES/FILLIES (All ages) 7. PARTBRED GELDINGS/COLTS (All ages) 16

19 BRAHA ARABIAN, PARTBRED ARABIAN & OPEN SHOW 8. CHAMPION PARTBRED ARABIAN HALTER (1 st &2 nd Classes 6 & 7) 9. GRANDCHAMPION PUREBRED/PARTBRED ARABIAN HALTER (Champion & Reserve Classes 5 & 8) OPEN CONFORMATION (OPEN TO ALL BREEDS) 10. OPEN CONFORMATION MARES 11. OPEN CONFORMATION GELDINGS 12. OPEN CONFORMATION STALLIONS 13. OPEN CONFORMATION CHAMPIONSHIP (1 st & 2 nd from classes 10-12) 14. JUNIOR TO HANDLE CONFORMATION (OPEN TO ALL BREEDS, EXHIBITOR 18 & UNDER, NO STALLIONS) 15. ARABIAN MOST CLASSIC HEAD (HORSE MUST BE SHOWN IN A PLAIN COOLER OR SHEET) 16. LIBERTY (OPEN TO PURE OR PARTBRED ARABIANS ONLY) 17. OPEN LIBERTY (Open to all breeds except Arabians) 18. NATIVE COSTUME (OPEN TO PUREBRED OR PARTBRED ARABIANS) THIS CLASS REQUIRES WALK, CANTER AND HAND GALLOP BOTH DIRECTIONS OF THE RING. EXHIBITOR 9 & UNDER DIVISION (OPEN TO ALL BREEDS) HORSE/RIDER COMBINATION MAY NOT COMPETE IN ANY OTHER PERFORMANCE DIVISION 19. LEAD-LINE (HANDLER ACCOMPANIES HORSE & RIDER WITH LEAD LINE ATTACHED TO HALTER/CAVESON) 20. WALK (RIDER MUST BE CAPABLE OF AN INDEPENDENT RIDE WITH NO HANDLER) 21. WALK/TROT (RIDER MUST BE CAPABLE OF AN INDEPENDENT RIDE WITH NO HANDLER) Walk Trot Division (OPEN TO ALL BREEDS, EXCEPT FOR CLASS 24) 22. WALK TROT PLEASURE JUNIOR RIDER (18 & UNDER) ALL DISCIPLINES 23. WALK TROT PLEASURE SENIOR RIDER (19 & OVER) ALL DISCIPLINES 24. ARABIAN/PARTBRED ARABIAN WALK TROT-All disciplines 25. WALK TROT CHAMPIONSHIP - All disciplines (MUST HAVE RIDDEN IN ONE CLASS IN DIVISION) LUNCH BREAK GYMKAHANA DIVISION - BARREL CLASSES (A CHAMPION & RESERVE WILL BE AWARDED FOR BOTH THE SPEED AND WALK/TROT COMPONENTS OF THIS DIVISION BASED ON POINTS for Lead-line, Junior, & Senior.).) HORSE/RIDER COMBINATION MAY ENTER EITHER SPEED OR WALK/TROT CLASSES, BUT "NOT" BOTH. DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS WARMUP CLASSES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE. ENGLISH OR WESTERN TACK IS ACCEPTABLE FOR WALK/TROT CLASSES ONLY. WESTERN TACK IS MANDATORY FOR SPEED CLASSES. HELMETS ARE MANDATORY FOR ALL CLASSES. 26. OPEN WALK/TROT TEXAS BARRELS (Lead-line, Junior, Senior) 27. OPEN SPEED TEXAS BARRELS (Junior & Senior) 28. OPEN WALK/TROT BARRELS (Lead-line, Junior, Senior) 29. OPEN SPEED BARRELS ((Junior & Senior) 30. OPEN WALK/TROT PLUG (Lead-line, Junior, Senior) 31. OPEN SPEED PLUG (Junior, Senior) 32. OPEN WALK, TROT FLAG (Lead-line, Junior, Senior) 33. OPEN SPEED FLAG (Junior, Senior) 34. OPEN WALK/TROT JUMP PLUG (Lead-line, Junior, Senior) 35. OPEN SPEED JUMP FLAG (Junior & Senior) 17

20 PERFORMANCE CLASSES (NOT TO START BEFORE 10:00 AM) EXCEPT WHERE DESIGNATED AS ARABIAN/PARTBRED, CLASSES ARE OPEN TO ALL BREEDS. ENGLISH PLEASURE DIVISION (SADDLE SEAT ATTIRE/TACK REQUIRED) ENGLISH PLEASURE DIVISION (Saddle seat attire and tack required) 36. ENGLISH PLEASURE GO AS YOU PLEASE 37. ENGLISH PLEASURE JUNIOR HORSE (Rider 18 & under) 38. ENGLISH PLEASURE SENIOR RIDER (19 & OVER) 39. ENGLISH PLEASURE ARABIAN/PARTBRED ARABIAN 40. ENGLISH PLEASURE CHAMPIONSHIP (MUST HAVE RIDDEN IN ONE CLASS IN THIS DIVISION) HUNTER PLEASURE DIVISION (Hunt Seat attire and tack required) 41. HUNTER PLEASURE GO AS YOU PLEASE 42. HUNTER PLEASURE JUNIOR RIDER (Rider 18 & under) 43. HUNTER PLEASURE SENIOR RIDER (Rider 19 & over) 44. HUNTER PLEASURE ARABIAN/PARTBRED ARABIAN 45. HUNTER PLEASURE CHAMPIONSHIP (MUST HAVE RIDDEN IN ONE CLASS IN DIVISION) WESTERN PLEASURE DIVISION (WESTERN ATTIRE/TACK REQUIRED) 46. WESTERN PLEASURE GO AS YOU PLEASE 47. WESTERN PLEASURE JUNIOR HORSE (Rider 18 and under) 48. WESTERN PLEASURE SENIOR RIDER (19 & OVER) 49. WESTERN PLEASURE ARABIAN/PARTBRED 50. WESTERN PLEASURE CHAMPIONSHIP (MUST HAVE RIDDEN IN ONE CLASS IN THIS DIVISION) RING 2 STARTS PROMPTLY AT 10 AM TRAIL DIVISION (OPEN TO ALL BREEDS) 51. LEAD LINE TRAIL (HANDLER ACCOMPANIES HORSE & RIDER LEAD LINE ATTACHED TO HALTER/CAVESON) 52. JUNIOR TRAIL (18 & UNDER) 53. SENIOR TRAIL (19 & OVER) 54. OPEN TRAIL HALTER HANDLING DIVISION (OPEN TO ALL BREEDS) 55. JUNIOR HALTER HANDLING (18 & UNDER) 56. SENIOR HALTER HANDLING (19 & OVER) 57. OPEN HALTER HANDLING Saddle Guys & Gals Drill Team Thursday, August 10, :00 pm Horse Rings 18

21 MINIATURE HORSE SHOW Wednesday, August 9, :00 am JUDGE: TBD Entry Fee: $8.00/Class *Open checks will not be accepted this year! Everyone must register for thier classes prior to the start of the show! Premiums per class: 1 st - $12.00; 2 nd - $10.00; 3 rd - $8.00; 4 th - $6.00 Ribbons Awarded: 1 st through 6 th Place *FUN GAMES* Entry Fee: $4.00/game (Premiums will NOT be awarded for games. Ribbons WILL be awarded for 1 st through 6 th Place. Open to all Miniature Horses (no Donkeys, please) 38" and under (AMHR Rules will be followed but AMHA/AMHR registration is not required. Previous miniature horse show experience is not required. Proof of negative Coggins required within the past twelve (12) months (copy MUST accompany entry form). Original Coggins papers MUST be brought on Show Day. All equine exhibitors must fill out a Self- Certification of Equine Health Form prior to unloading animals, and form shall be presented upon request to the designated fair and show representative. Go to the MD Dept. Of Agriculture website, for current health regulations and a copy of the Self-Certification of Equine Health Form. Send pre-entries to: Anna Marie Baker, Attention: Howard County Fair, 8372 Sunset Drive, Ellicott City, MD CLASSES: 1. Adult Showmanship 2. Youth Showmanship 3. Weanling/Yearling Stallions 4. Two Year Old Stallions 5. Senior Stallions GRAND & RESERVE CHAMPION STALLION (Classes 3, 4, 5) 6. Weanling/Yearling Geldings 7. Two-year-old Geldings 8. Senior Geldings GRAND & RESERVE CHAMPION GELDING (Classes 6, 7, 8) 9. Weanling/Yearling Mares 10. Two Old Mares 11. Senior Mares 19

22 MINIATURE HORSE SHOW (Continued) GRAND & RESERVE CHAMPION MARES (Classes 9, 10, 11) **SUPREME HALTER CHAMPION (Grand & Reserve Champions of Stallions, Geldings and Mares compete for Top of Show in Halter Classes.) 12. Multi-Color-Open 13. Solid-Color-Open 14. GAME - Youth - Egg and Spoon Race with Mini Horse 15. GAME - Adult - Egg and Spoon Race with Mini Horse 16. GAME - Youth - Youth shuttle Race with Mini Horse 17. GAME - Adult - Shuttle Race with Mini Horse 18. GAME - Youth - Barrel Racing with Mini Horse 19. GAME - Adult - Barrel Racing with Mini Horse 20. Adult Jumper 21. Youth Hunter 22. Adult Jumper 23. Youth Jumper 24. Adult Trail Obstacle 25. Youth Trail Obstacle 26. Adult Pleasure Driving 27. Youth Pleasure Driving 28. Driving Obstacle Open 29. Costume Open DEMONSTRATION Maryland Farrier s Association Demo Building Horse Shoes Sunday, August 6 th - 2 pm Ag Education Tent Main Gate Area 20

23 ENGLISH/WESTERN PLAY DAY Wednesday, August 9, 2017 START TIME: 9:00 am Show Managers: Sam & Heidi Kern ( or ) Entry Fee: $40.00 All Day PREMIUMS IN EACH CLASS: $12.00 $10.00 $8.00 $6.00 Six Ribbons All horses, ponies and mules must be accompanied by a record of a negative Equine Infectious Anemia (Coggins) test within the last 12 months. NO EXCEPTIONS! All equine exhibitors must fill out a Self-Certification of Equine Health form prior to loading animals, and shall be presented upon request to the designated fair and show representative. Go to the MD Department of Agriculture website, for current health regulations and a copy of the Self Certification of Equine Health form. TEXAS BARRELS Riders weave through 3 barrels. Fastest time wins. TEXAS BARRELS WALK/JOG 3. BARRELS Rider runs around cloverleaf pattern. Fastest time wins. 4. BARRELS WALK/JOG 5. Bleeding Heart Open Perform open heart pattern around 3 barrels 6. Bleeding Heart Walk/Jog 7. FLAG RACE Riders grab a flag out of a bucket, run down around a barrel and place flag back in the bucket. Fastest time wins. 8. FLAG RACE WALK/JOG 9. GRANNY PANTY RACE OPEN Riders race to end of ring dismount and put a pair of granny panties on, remount and race home. Holder may be used for horse. 10. GRANNY PANTY RACE Walk /Jog 11. PLUG RACE OPEN Race down around the barrel and back. 12. PLUG RACE - WALK/JOG 13. RIBBON RACE OPEN (PAIRS) - Riders each hold the end of a 3 piece of crepe paper ribbon and perform a command class. Last pair still holding ribbon wins. 14. RIBBON RACE Walk/Jog 15. BOOT RACE OPEN Riders run down, dismount, put on their boot, remount and ride back. Boot must be on foot. First rider back wins. (Holders may be used for horses.) 16. BOOT RACE WALK/JOG 17. DOLLAR BAREBACK OPEN Riders ride bareback with a dollar under their leg and below the knee. Last rider with dollar wins. 18. DOLLAR BAREBACK WALK/JOG 19. COSTUME OPEN (13 & over) Participants dress up themselves, pony, dog, etc. Best costume wins. 20. COSTUME WALK JOG (12 & under) All class descriptions are the same for both open and walk/jog. Unless noted, otherwise fastest time wins. Walk/Jog riders must be 12 & under. If there are more than 3 strides of canter, ride is no time. RIDERS MUST STAY IN DIVISION ENTERED, except for Ribbon Race Pairs. Howard County Fair rules apply. 21

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25 MARYLAND STATE QUARTER HORSE SHOW Saturday, August 12, :30 a.m. Double Judged / Double Pointed Judges: TBA Show Contact Wayne Diamond ( /cell) ; Entry Fee: $12.00/Per Judge Open, Youth, Amateur Entry Fee: $10.00/Per Judge Novice Youth, Novice Amateur, Walk/Trot, Leadline Entry Fee: $12.00/Per Judge Jackpot Classes (Payback half to top three placings) AQHA Drug Testing Fee: $5 Per Horse, Per Judge Office Fee: $5.00 Per Horse Per Judge ** NO PRE-ENTRY Do not use entry forms from Fair Book. ** NEW CLASS PAYBACKS: $12.00 $10.00 $8.00 $6.00 Separate entry form must be filled out for each class. Ribbons will be awarded in each class. Hi Point Trophies will be awarded for the following divisions: Open, Amateur, Novice Youth, Novice Amateur, Youth, Walk/Trot and Leadline. ENTRANCE TO THE FAIR WILL BE ON A TWO-PERSON-PER-HORSE BASIS. ALL OTHERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY ADMISSION. Children under 10 admitted free. Registration papers, 12 months Coggins and *Self-Certification of Animal Health form* are required. Self Certification forms can be found on the web at All membership cards are required to exhibit and geldings need stamp on papers. HALTER Weanling Stallions Yearling Stallions Yr. Old Stallions Yr. Old Stallions 5. Aged Stallions 6. Open Performance Halter Stallions Grand and Reserve Open Stallions 7. Amateur 2016 Weanling Stallions 8. Amateur 2015 Yearling Stallions 9 Amateur Yr. Old Stallions 10. Amateur Yr. Old Stallions 11. Amateur Aged Stallions 12. Amateur Performance Halter Stallions Grand and Reserve Amateur Stallions Weanling Mares Yearling Mares Yr. Old Mares Yr. Old Mares 17. Aged Mares 18. Open Performance Halter Mares Grand and Reserve Open Mares 19. Amateur 2016 Weanling Mares 20. Amateur 2015 Yearling Mares 21. Amateur Yr. Old Mares 22. Amateur Yr. Old Mares 23. Amateur Aged Mares 24. Amateur Performance Halter Mares Grand and Reserve Amateur Mares 25. Youth 2016 Weanling Mares 26. Youth 2015 Yearling Mares 27. Youth Yr. Old Mar 28. Youth 2013 Yr. Old Mares 29. Youth Aged Mares 30. Youth Performance Halter Mares Grand and Reserve Youth Mares Weanling Geldings Yearling Geldings Yr. Old Geldings Yr. Old Geldings 35. Aged Geldings 36. Open Performance Halter Geldings Grand and Reserve Open Geldings 37. Amateur 2016 Weanling Geldings 38. Amateur 2015 Yearling Geldings 39. Amateur Yr. Old Geldings 23

26 MARYLAND STATE QUARTER HORSE SHOW (continued) 40. Amateur Yr. Old Geldings 41. Amateur Aged Geldings 42. Amateur Performance Halter Geldings Grand and Reserve Amateur Geldings 43. Youth 2016 Weanling Geldings 44. Youth 2015 Yearling Geldings 45. Youth Yr. Old Geldings 46. Youth Yr. Old Geldings 47. Youth Aged Geldings 48. Youth Performance Halter Geldings Grand and Reserve Youth Geldings 49. Novice Youth Showmanship 50. Novice Amateur Showmanship 51. Youth Showmanship (All Age) 52. Amateur Showmanship 53. Walk / Jog Showmanship ****BREAK**** ENGLISH 54. All Breed/All Age English W/T (Jackpot) $$$$ 55. Green Hunter Under Saddle 56. Novice Youth Hunter Under Saddle 57. Novice Amateur Hunter Under Saddle 58. Junior Hunter Under Saddle 59. Youth Hunter Under Saddle (All Age) 60. Amateur Hunter Under Saddle 61. Senior Hunter Under Saddle 62. Novice Youth Hunt Seat Equitation 63. Novice Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation 64. Youth Hunt Seat Equitation (All Age) 65. Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation WESTERN 66. All Breed/All Age Open Western W/T (Jackpot) $$$ 67. Leadline English/Western (All Breeds) 68. Walk-Trot Pleasure English/Western (12&Under/All Breeds) 69. Walk-Trot Horsemanship/Equitation English/ Western (12&Under/All Breeds) 70. Green Western Pleasure 71. Novice Youth Western Pleasure 72. Novice Amateur Western Pleasure 73. Junior Western Pleasure 74. Youth Western Pleasure (All Age) 75. Amateur Western Pleasure 76. Senior Western Pleasure 77. Novice Youth Horsemanship 78. Novice Amateur Horsemanship 79. Youth Horsemanship (All Age) 80. Amateur Horsemanship 81. Youth Ranch Riding 82. Amateur Ranch Riding 83. Open Ranch Riding TRAIL 84. Walk-Trot Trail (12 & Under/All Breeds) 85. Green Trail 86. Novice Youth Trail 87. Novice Amateur Trail 88. Youth Trail (All Age) 89. Amateur Trail 90. Open Trail Revised 8/09/15 24

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