Ancaster Fair Entrants and Exhibitors

2022 Ancaster Fair prize book will be available in Spring 2022

2022 prize list for Ancaster Fair will be available in Spring 2022 https://www.assistexpo.ca/ancasterfair

We only accept Online Entries

2021 Field Crop Results;

https://www.assistexpo.ca/results/ancaster-ag-society/16/42a

Entrants & Exhibitors; do you make the best pie, knit the coziest sweaters, or collect the coolest antiques? There’s also our sheep, goat, dairy & beef cattle, poultry , rabbit, and numerous horse shows to compete in.  We’d love to see it all and so would everyone else.  Be an exhibitor at the Ancaster Fair.

2022Full Prize book:

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2022Homecraft Prize book: https://ancasterfair.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022-Homecraftprint-3.pdf

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2022 Horse Prize book & Program:

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2022 School Fair Book:

Class 113 - Junior Sheep Show

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th at 10:00 a.m,
Must be on the grounds by 9:00 am.
1st-$25; 2nd-$25; 3rd-$25; 4th-$20; 5th-$20; 6th-$20;
7th-$20; 8th-$20. All other entries-$15

  1. Open to all youths of 4-H age 9 to 21 as of Jan 1.
  2. Entries are to be received by September 16th.
  3. All exhibitors present their lamb in clean 1” (2.5cm) fleece except for wool and hair breeds.
  4. Exhibitors to show in white shirts, and black slacks.
  5. Exhibitors may show in either 113C)Market Lamb and/or 113B)Breeding Lamb and may use a different animal in each class, but not mandatory.

113A) Lloyd Deeks Memorial Junior Showmanship

  1. Novice
  2. Junior ages 9-14 years
  3. Senior ages 14-21 years

Top 2 from each group to compete for Champion Trophy
Previous winners are not eligible

1st: $25.00, 2nd: $25.00, 3rd: $25.00, 4th: $20.20, 5th: $20.00, 6th: $20.00, 7th: $20.00, others: $15.00

Sections:

1.

Showmanship Novice

2.

Showmanship Junior 9-14 years

3.

Showmanship Senior 14-21 yrs

Lloyd Deek Memorial Champion Trophy

Top 2 from each section to compete for Champion Tropy, Previous winner not eligible.

113B) Breeding Ewe Lamb

113C) Market Lamb under 110lb

1st: $25, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $25, 4th: $20, 5th: $20, 6th: $20, 7th: $20, 8th: $20, others: $15

Sections:

1.

Market Lamb under 110lb

Class 114 - Open Youth Sheep Show

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th
following Ontario Junior sheep show
Prizes: $15 for All Entries
Prize Money & Ribbons day of the Show
Sponsored by Ayr Farmer’s Mutual

114A.

Youth - Open to youth age 9 and under as of Jan1

1.Exhibitors must show in white shirts, black slacks.
2.May show using halter.

114B.

Costume - Open to all youths 9 years and under as of Jan 1

1.To be held in conjunction with Ladies Lead.

2.Both animal and youth to be costumed. Costume safety is a must.
3.No noise makers allowed.
4.Parent or Guardian assistance is allowed.
5.Entries to be received by Friday, September 13th.

DAIRY GOAT SHOW

Sanctioned by the Canadian Dairy Goat Society
JUDGED SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 at 9:00 a.m.
Chairman: Gerard McNeil;
Grant Howley, Linda Lindsay, Amanda Peaire, Beryle Johnson, Jess Johnson, Chantal Thyne

Rules:

  1. The General Rules of the Ancaster Agricultural Society and the Canadian Goat Society shall prevail.
  2. Exhibitors must have an Exhibitor Card of the Ancaster Agricultural Society - if not deducted in 2018, an exhibitor fee of $10.00 must be sent to the Ancaster Agricultural Society, 630 Trinity Rd., RR #1 Jerseyville, ON L0R 1R0
  3. An Entry Fee of 10% will be deducted from Prize Money.
  4. The entry deadline is Friday, September 13th, at 4:30 p.m. Late entries are not accepted.
  5. Goats must be in place by 8:00 a.m. and remain until 5:00 p.m.
  6. There will be no pre-show milkout. All milkers must be milked out within twelve hours before judging commences.
  7. Substitutes may be made to the show secretary until 8:30 a.m. on the day of the show.
  8. There will be a pre-show veterinary inspection which all animals must pass. The inspection will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
  9. Each breed must be shown separately and have at least three exhibitors per breed and at least 24 animals.
  10. Full Canadians may be shown in the Purebred Classes.
  11. If minimum requirements are not met, the Fair Board reserves the right to pay only half the prize money listed.
  12. The maximum total eligible exhibits from a breeding unit is 10 goats of each breed. An exhibitor may enter three animals in two classes to a total of 10 animals per breed.
  13. All animals shown in the Group Sections and Specials must have been shown in their regular classes.
  14. All exhibits must be owned by, and registered or recorded in the name of the exhibitor. Ages are to be calculated from the date of birth to the day of the show.
  15. All papers will be checked.
  16. Exhibitors must provide their own straw.
BREEDS
Class 19 - NubianClass 20 - Saanen
Class 21 - ToggenburgClass 22 - Alpine
Class 23 - La ManchaClass 24 - Recorded Grade
Class 25 - Any Other Pure Bred Breed

JUNIOR DIVISION - The junior division will be judged before proceeding to the senior division. The junior division consists of does under 24 months of age, that are not in milk and have never freshened.

1st: $45, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $35, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, others: $15

1.

Junior Doe Kid - over 3 months and under 9 months.

2.

Senior Doe Kid - over 9 months and under 24 months.

Junior Champion 1st: Rosette, 2nd: Rosette

SENIOR DIVISION - The senior division consists of does that have freshened

3.

Milking Yearling over 12 Month & under 24 Months, in milk

4.

Doe over 24 months, and under 36 months, in milk.

5.

Doe over 36 months, and under 60 months, in milk.

6.

Doe over 60 Months, in Milk

Senior Champion 1st: Rosette, 2nd: Rosette

Grand Champion 1st: Rosette, 2nd: Rosette

8.

Breeder's Herd: A group of 4 animals (bred and owned by the exhibitor) consisting of at least three milking does.

CATTLE SHOW RULES

Ancaster Fairgrounds Premise Id: ON 4210948
Committee: Martina, Andy Arth, Doug Cranston, James Cranston, Larry Cranston, Murray Cranston, Jesse Forster, Ken D. Forster, Rob Forster, Krista Gunby, Bill Kelley, Tony Onufer, Ken Peer, John Plas, Jim Smith, Matt Smith, Matt Regan, Frank Regan, Chad & Karyn Roberts, Laura Schuurman, Wayne & Patti Smith, Len Vis, Raymond Wilson, Michelle, Brooke & Nicole Young

Rules:

  1. ENTRY DEADLINE: All cattle entries must be received on or before Friday, September 17, 2021, in Assist Expo at https://www.assistexpo.ca/ancasterfair.
  2. LATE ENTRIES: Due to COVID, No Late Entries will be accepted.
  3. CHECKING OF EXHIBITS: Checking exhibits is the responsibility of the fair. The fair must exclude ineligible animals and those not positively identified before judging. Animals will be checked for health and identification before judging. All cattle must be tagged with an approved RFID tag before arrival on the grounds.
  4. All livestock exhibits must be brought in Gate 3: Proceed around the perimeter road and enter at Gate B, located west of the Show Arena.
  5. Each exhibitor is responsible for keeping their stall area free of garbage and manure. Manure must be taken to the designated manure area.
  6. All Covid-19 Regulations from all levels of government will be followed during this event.

Beef Shows

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th
Animals placed by 9:00 a.m. Judging at 1:00 p.m.
4-H Animals placed by 8:00 a.m. Judging at 9:00 a.m.
Chairmen: Wayne & Patti Smith
Committee: Bill Kelley, Chad & Karyn Roberts, Tony Onufer,
Michelle Young, Brooke Young, Nicole Young

Class 15 - 4-H Intercounty Beef Show - 9:00am
Class 16 - Any Purebred Breed
Class 17 - Commercial Breeding Females

Rules:

  1. See General Cattle Show Rules.
  2. SHOW HARNESSES REQUIRED.
  3. Two exhibits per class may be entered in a maximum of three (3) classes. Note exceptions in the Breeder’s Herd.
  4. All exhibits must be owned by and registered in the name of the exhibitor. Note exceptions in the Breeder’s Herd.
  5. All animals being shown in single classes must be registered as purebred by closing date of entries, except calves under 6 months (which must be tattooed). Calves over 6 months must be registered unless breed association bylaws prohibit registration until older.
  6. All calves shown with the dam in Class 16 sections 7 or 8 may not be shown in Class 16 sections 1 or 4. This will be strictly enforced.
  7. Beef Committee reserves the right to reject sub-standard entries.
  8. All exhibitors are required to provide their own straw and a wheelbarrow for manure removal.

Class 15
4-H Inter-County Beef Calf Club Show

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th - 9:00 A.M.

Rules:

  1. Exhibitors must be members of a 2020 4-H Beef Calf Club.
  2. Entries must be registered online with Assist Expo (https://www.assistexpo.ca/ancasterfair) on or before Friday, September 18th.
  3. All entrants must exhibit this year’s 4H Calf Club Project. This will be checked for verification. No Substitutes.
  4. All exhibits must be on the grounds by 8:00 a.m, Sunday, September 27th.
  5. Showing will commence at 9:00 a.m.
  6. SHOW HARNESSES REQUIRED.
  7. All entrants and leaders will receive a complimentary breakfast meal ticket sponsored by Galer Farm Equipment/Kubota Canada, and by the Copetown Lions Club.
  8. All usual health certificates and registration papers must be on hand.
  9. All ages are as of January 1st of the current year.

Class A - 4-H Beef Interbreed Showmanship

1st: $45, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $35, others: $30

1.

Senior 18 to 21 years

2.

Intermediate 14 to 17 years

3.

Junior 9 to 13 years

Champion Showmanship Rosette Donated by: $100.00, O'Neil's Farm Equipment Ltd.

Champion Showmanship - Reserve Rosette

Class B - 4-H Beef Interbreed Conformation

1st: $45, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $35, others: $30

1.

Heifer Calf born in 2020

2.

Junior Yearling born Apr 1st, 2019 - Dec 31st, 2019

3.

Senior Yearling born Jan 1st, 2019 - Mar 31st, 2019

4.

Market Steer/Heifer

Champion Market Animal Rosette Donated by: $100.00, O'Neil's Farm Equipment Ltd.

Champion Market Animal - Reserve Rosette

Champion Breeding Animal Rosette Donated by: $100.00, O'Neil's Farm Equipment Ltd.

Champion Breeding Animal - Reserve Rosette

Class C - Group of 4

Rules:

  1. Each calf must be a 4-H calf club project of the current year.
  2. All four calves must be from the same club and entered under the club name by the club leader.
  3. A maximum of two entries per club.

1st: $35, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $25, others: $20

Class B - Interbreed Showmanship

1st: $50, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30

1.

Novice Showmanship 9 to 11 years

2.

Junior Showmanship 12 to 14 years

3.

Intermediate Showmanship 15 to 17 years

4.

Senior Showmanship 18 to 21 years

Class C - Interbreed Conformation

1st: $50, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30

1.

Junior Heifer Born Mar 1st, 2020 to May 31st, 2020

2.

Intermediate Heifer Born Dec 1st, 2019 to Feb 29th, 2020

3.

Senior Heifer Born Sept 1st, 2019 to Nov 30th, 2019

4.

Summer Yearling Born Jun 1st, 2019 to Aug 31st, 2019

5.

Junior Yearling Born Mar 1st, 2019 to May 31st, 2019

Class E - Herdsman Competition

1st: $75, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $25, others: $15

-Neatness of exhibit and area immediately adjacent30 points
-Appearance of Animals30 points
-Attractiveness of signs, information or breed production20 points
-Initiative and courtesy displayed by the contestant, dealing with
the public20 points

total: 100 points

Homecraft Officers for 2022

Elaine Latulippe - Past President
Cathy Reid - President
Deb Stevenson - 1st Vice President
Brenda Parkin - 2nd Vice President
Deb Stevenson - Secretary
Monica Kaminski - Treasurer
Linda Weylie - Friendship Convenor

FAIR TIMES

THURSDAY - 5:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.
FRIDAY - 9:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.
SATURDAY - 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.
SUNDAY - 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

2022 Theme

"Building for the Future"

Homecraft Rules and Regulations

  1. All exhibitors must abide by the rules of the Ancaster Agricultural Society.
  2. All Covid-19 Regulations from all levels of government will be followed during this event.
  3. Exhibitors must purchase an exhibitor card. Adult - $10.00, Junior Classes 117&118 (ages 9 to 21) - $5.00. The exhibitor may enter as many articles as they wish, but only 1 article per section. If a Junior wishes to enter Adult and Junior classes, only an adult exhibitor card is required.
  4. Entry Forms should be received by 4:30 pm Friday, Sept. 9th, but will be accepted until Wednesday, Sept. 21st. Exhibitors are asked to enter online at www.assistexpo.ca/ancasterfair or from the link on our website. A computer-generated entry tag will be supplied for each article, which must be attached to the article to serve as a means of identification.
  5. ENTRY TAGS for entry forms received on or before August 19th, 2022, will be mailed back if requested. Exhibitors can pick up all other entry tags at the office.
  6. Exhibits must be placed in Marritt Hall between 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on Wed. Sept. 21st only. No entries will be taken on Thursday. Judging will begin on Thursday morning. Marritt Hall closes at 6:00 p.m. on Sun., Sept. 25th exhibits must be picked up between 7:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. by claim ticket only.
  7. Be it distinctly understood that in no case shall the Ancaster Agricultural Society, its Directors, Officers or Employees be held responsible for loss of, or damage to, any article or articles while being exhibited at the Ancaster Fair. Notwithstanding, reasonable care will be maintained at all times.
  8. In case there is an error in printing this Prize List, the Directors of the A.A.S. have the power to correct any errors.
  9. Entries must be the exhibitor’s work and not shown prior to 2019.
  10. Judges may disqualify soiled and/or old exhibits.
  11. Judges shall have discretionary powers to withhold any prize where they deem an article unworthy.
  12. Anyone who interferes with the judge while carrying out their duties shall forfeit the right to a prize or be asked to leave the property.
  13. An exhibitor lodging a protest regarding an exhibit must make it in writing to the Secretary-Treasurer, accompanied by a $10.00 deposit as soon as the problem is apparent. In no case shall a protest be lodged more than 24 hours after the Fair. The Committee will decide the protest under the direction of the Chairman. In case of Committee disagreement or appeal, the Ancaster Agricultural Society President will make the final decision. Prize money may be forfeited. The $10.00 deposit will be forfeited if the protest is not sustained.
  14. The same exhibitor may win awards for Most Points for two (2) consecutive years. The exhibitor may again be eligible to win the Most Points Award following the third year.
    Points calculated: 1st - 10 points; 2nd - 9 points; etc. to 5th.
  15. All exhibitors winning $20.00 or more will have $10.00 retained for their 2023 exhibitor card.
  16. All entry fees will be used for prize money. A 10% entry fee will be deducted from all prize money won, except in the Junior classes. All prizes will be paid by cheque as soon as the clerical work is completed.
  17. The Exhibitor must cash prize money cheques before November 30, 2022.

PRIZE LISTS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM & FORMS SENT BACK TO:
ANCASTER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
630 Trinity Rd. RR #1 Jerseyville, ON L0R 1R0
PHONE 905-648-6198; FAX 905-648-2300
Prize lists and forms also available online at:
www.ancasterfair.ca

Class 42A - Field Crop Competition

Chairman: Bob Brown; Murray Cranston, Freeman Lane, Ken Peer, Dale Smith, Ross Westfall, Raymond Wilson
$25.00 for the highest points in each category donated by:

Wheat - Shirlmar FarmsGrain Corn - Miller Farms
Barley - Waycroft Farm Ltd.Silage Corn - Gowland Farms Ltd.
Soybeans - Waycroft Farm Ltd.

1st: $15, 2nd: $14, 3rd: $13, 4th: $12, 5th: $11, 6th: $10, 7th: $9, 8th: $8, 9th: $7, 10th: $6, others: $5

Class 51 - Home Canning

Chairman: Janet Tigchelaar
Janet: 905 648-4995

Rules:

  1. All exhibits must be the work and submitted under the name of one natural person.
  2. BUSINESSES ARE PROHIBITED FROM EXHIBITING.
  3. Any tag bearing any name other than an individual will be disqualified, and the class will be rejudged.
  4. All entries must be displayed in standard canning jars—no baby food jars, etc. Incorrectly sized jars will be disqualified.
  5. All jams and jellies must be in specified size jars. No wax allowed.
  6. All fruit, relishes, pickles & juices must be in pint or 500ml jars.
  7. All food that has been cooked must be in sealed jars.
  8. The exhibitor tags must be attached to jars with rubber bands.
  9. All jars and rings must be clean.
  10. No identifying labels - the name of the product if called for on exhibitor’s tag.

1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.50, 3rd: $4.00, 4th: $3.50, 5th: $3.00

SECTIONS

1.

Special A presentation of six 1.5 inch tea biscuits with a 250ml jar of raspberry jam. Must be on a paper plate. The raspberries may be any colour. The jar must have a Bernardin lid and UPC from Bernardin pectin. 1st: $30 Bernardin Gift Certificate, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $5

2.

Christmas Jam - BERNARDIN HOME CANNING SPECIAL - must use Bernardin jar & lid - must include a UPC CODE and LABEL from Bernardin Pectin, 250ml jar 1st: $20 GIft Certificate, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $5

CHRISTMAS JAM

  • 1 package (40 ounces) frozen unsweetened strawberries, thawed or 2-1/2 quarts fresh strawberries, hulled
  • 1 pound fresh or frozen cranberries, thawed
  • 5 pounds sugar
  • 2 pouches (3 ounces each) liquid fruit pectin

Grind strawberries and cranberries in a food processor or grinder; place in a Dutch oven. Add sugar. Bring to a full rolling boil; boil for 1 minute. Remove from the heat; stir in pectin and return to a full rolling boil. Boil for 1 minute, stirring constantly. Remove from the heat. Cool for 5 minutes; skim off foam. Carefully ladle hot mixture into hot half-pint jars, leaving 1/4-in. headspace. Remove air bubbles; wipe rims and adjust lids. Process for 10 minutes in a boiling-water canner. Makes 14 half-pints (1.5 L).

3.

Bernardin Snap Lid / Mason Jar Creative Craft. Decorative / functional homemade craft with Bernardin jar or SNAP lid. 1st: $20 Gift Certificate, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $50

Class 55 - Quilting

Chair: Judy Burtis; George Burtis, Krista Gunby, Joanne & Bill Raiser, Julie Rutledge, Willy & Brent Walker, Melissa Warner, Bonnie Woods
Businesses & Sponsors are not eligible to enter.

Each entry must be the work of the exhibitor, unless otherwise stated, must be clean, and may be shown only two consecutive years. Preference will be given to new work. Soiled and damaged articles will not be accepted. No Straight Pins.

1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $5

1.

Hand Quilted, Baby Quilt, no panel

2.

Machine Quilted, Baby's Quilt, no panels

3.

Quilted Lap Quilt

4.

Quilted Placemats, Set of 2

5.

Quilted Placemats, Set of 2, any holiday theme

6.

Quilted Rectangular Table Runner

7.

Quilted Table Runner, not rectangle

8.

Quilted Bag, Tote or Purse

9.

Quilted Christmas Stocking

10.

Quilt Block, not quilted 12.5" x12.5"

11.

Quilt Block, not quilted max size 11.5" x11.5"

12.

Quilt Block not quilted larger than 13.5" x 13.5"

Class 55A - Needlecraft

Chairman: Linda Weylie; Doris Coulter, Erin Descamps, Sheila Drury, Jocelyn Forster, Julie Forster,
Ruth Nelles, Shirley Sullivan, Doug Weylie. Helper: Joy Woodward
Honourary Member: Joyce Calder

Rules:

  1. All articles to be NEW and handmade by the exhibitor and not shown prior to 2019.
  2. Judges will disqualify soiled or old exhibits.
  3. All measurements are for WORK ONLY.
  4. Commercial vendors are prohibited from exhibiting.
  5. Judges shall have discretionary powers and withhold any prize where they deem unworthy.

Sections:

1.

Special-Tactile or Fidget Blanket to be retained and donated to the Dementia and Alzheimer patients in the Hamilton area. 2019 entries were donated to a Hamilton Area Nursing Home. 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $5, 5th: $4 Donated by: Doug and Linda Weylie

Class 70 - Presidents Quilt Block Challenge

Chair: Elaine Latulippe, President
Bonnie Kelley, Carolyn Marsh
Blocks to be retained by Homecraft. Kits will be available in the fair office May 1st. A $5.00 deposit per kit will be returned when the block, finished or unfinished, is returned.
One entry per person per section.

1.

Patchwork Quilt Block

1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10

Special gift for committee's choice

Class 110B - 4-H Inter-County Artistic Design Class

Committee - Raymond Wilson, Tammy Quinn, Nancy Poole

1st: $25, 2nd: $22, 3rd: $20, 4th: $18, 5th: $16, others: $15

Class 5 - Haflingers

FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 23rd at 10:00 a.m. SHARP
Agricultural Event Centre

Chairman: Cathy Reid; Lawrence Blum,
Paul & Lorna Faddies, Sarah Peer, Landen Arbogast,
Owen Arbogast, Bruce Purvis

RULES:

  1. All horses must be Registered Haflingers.
  2. Registration papers must be available if requested.
  3. Maximum two entries per exhibitor per section unless noted differently.
  4. The same horse cannot be shown in draft and pleasure.
  5. Pre-entry forms must be received on or before 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 9th
  6. See Fair Rules and Regulations for exhibitor fees.
  7. Horses in all harness classes must be hitched to a suitable cart or wagon.
  8. See Horse Entry Rules.
  9. Note: Line Classes start at 10:00 am. At noon there will be a break for lunch. At 1:00pm show resumes with the hitch classes.

1st: $35, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $20, 4th: $15, others: $10

1.

Brood Mare (with Foal)

2.

Foal (current year)

3.

Yearling

4.

Two year old Filly

5.

Two year old Colt or Gelding

Junior Champion & Reserve Rosettes

6.

Mare, 3 yrs & over

7.

Gelding, 3 yrs & over

Senior Champion & Reserve Rosettes

Grand Champion & Reserve Rosettes

8.

Progeny of Dam Two animals any age, the progeny of one Dam. Each animal must have been shown in its appropriate section if offered. Both animals must be owned by the exhibitor and registered in the exhibitor’s name. One entry per exhibitor. 1st: $50, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, 4th: $25, 5th: $20, others: $10

9.

Get of Sire Three animals any age, the get of one Sire. Each animal must have been shown in its appropriate section if offered. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor and registered in the exhibitor’s name. One entry per exhibitor 1st: $50, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, 4th: $25, 5th: $20, others: $10

10.

Junior Showmanship on line 11 yrs & under, age as of fair date, list name and birthday on entry form. 1st: $30, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $18, 4th: $12, others: $10

11.

Junior Showmanship on line 12 -18yrs under, age as of fair date, list name and birthday on entry form. 1st: $30, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $18, 4th: $12, others: $10

12.

Haflinger Under Saddle (Walk /Jog)

13.

Haflinger Under Saddle (Trail) One entry per horse

14.

Six Horse Hitch not necessarily owned by one exhibitor 1st: $225, 2nd: $175, 3rd: $100, others: $10

15.

Four Horse Hitch not necessarily owned by one person 1st: $125, 2nd: $100, 3rd: $75, 4th: $50, 5th: $40, others: $10

16.

Team in Harness, Pleasure or Draft 1st: $70, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $50, 4th: $40, 5th: $30, others: $10

17.

Single Pleasure in Light Harness Carts or Wagon 1st: $50, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, 4th: $25, 5th: $20, others: $10

18.

Single Draft in Harness Cart or Wagon 1st: $50, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, 4th: $25, 5th: $20, others: $10

SECTIONS 19-21: DRIVER MUST BE SUITABLY DRESSED.

Judged:75% driving ability, 25% dress appearance

1st: $50, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, 4th: $25, 5th: $20, others: $10

19.

Gentleman Driver (19 yrs & over) Single Horse

20.

Lady Driver (19 yrs & over) Single Horse

21.

Junior Driver (18 yrs & under) Single Horse - to be accompanied by a capable driver

HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT

Upon making an entry the exhibitor shall indemnify and Hold Harmless the Ancaster Agricultural Society, their members, agents and employees from and against all claims, demands, losses, costs, damages, actions, suits or proceeding by any third parties that may arise out of, or may attribute to, all operations performed by or carried out by the exhibitor, his agents, employees, or servants or anyone for whose acts he may be held liable, howsoever caused.

Class 6 - Hunters

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th
North Ring 8:00 a.m. Start

Entries will be done online at www.myesm.ca
General inquires: twinholm@aol.com

Chairman: Roy Fish;
Committee: Twinholm Show Management
Judge: Stacey French

Rules:

  1. Equine Canada rules apply.
  2. Anyone mounted on a horse must wear an EC approved helmet with a safety harness correctly fastened, at all times while on the competition grounds.
  3. A non-refundable administration fee of $20.
  4. Pre-entries close at midnight on Wednesday, September 21st. The administration of $20 will be waived on all pre-entries.
  5. Proof of $2M LIABILITY INSURANCE REQUIRED with all entries. OE membership is acceptable. OE number must be included on the entry form.
  6. Full payment/open cheque required to receive show number. No refunds without a doctor/veterinary certificate.
  7. 7.Entry fees: Hack division - $45, Hunter divisions - $95
  8. Schooling fee- $15/round. There will be no over fences warm up prior to the start of hack division. Open schooling over fences will run at specified breaks in the schedule.

Ring is open 7:00am for flatting only

Hack Division 8:00am

1st: $30, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, 4th: $12, 5th: $10

1.

Road Hack

2.

Show Hack

3.

Pleasure Hack

Hack Champion & Reserve Rosettes

Open Schooling (2'0" fences)

2’0” Novice Hunter Division: Entry Fee $95

1st: $35, 2nd: $22, 3rd: $15, 4th: $10, 5th: $10

4.

Unjudged Schooling

5.

Hunter over Fences

6.

Hunter over Fences

7.

Hunter over Fences

8.

Hunter under Saddle

2'0 Novice Hunter Champion & Reserve Rosettes

2'3" Hunter Division: Entry Fee $95

1st: $35, 2nd: $22, 3rd: $15, 4th: $10, 5th: $10

9.

Unjudged Schooling

10.

Hunter over Fences

11.

Hunter over Fences

12.

Hunter over Fences Stake

13.

Hunter under Saddle

2'3 Hunter Champion & Reserve Rosettes

Open Schooling (2'6" fences)

14.

Unjudged Schooling

2'6" Hunter Division: Entry Fee $95

1st: $35, 2nd: $22, 3rd: $15, 4th: $10, 5th: $10

15.

Hunter over Fences

16.

Hunter over Fences

17.

Hunter over Fences Stakes

18.

Hunter under Saddle

2'6 Hunter Champion & Reserve Rosettes

2'9" Hunter Division: Entry Fee $95

1st: $35, 2nd: $22, 3rd: $15, 4th: $10, 5th: $10

19.

Unjudged Schooling

20.

Hunter over Fences

21.

Hunter over Fences

22.

Hunter over Fences

23.

Hunter under Saddle

2'9 Hunter Champion & Reserve Rosettes

Class 8 - Ultimate Cowboy Challenge

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th at 10:00 a.m. - Agricultural Event Centre
Committee: (Chair)Kim Ludwig; Rob Ludwig, Paul Gibbons, Becky Lee, Sara Muttart
Entry Fees: Beginner Race $40.00, Advanced Race $50.00,
Gambler’s Choice $50.00
Challenge day registration administrative fee $20

Any rider is welcome to register in Gamblers Choice and 1 division. Choose the division based on your riding ability. The top three riders in the Beginner division will be invited to ride up to advanced, provided the additional registration is paid. Registration opens August 15, 2020. Registrations are accepted up to 8:30 am day of the challenge, with penalty, and rider will be first to ride. Cancellation Policy applies.
Entry packages including rules and online entry available at www.ultimatecowboychallenge.com. Inquires should be directed via email c/o Kim Ludwig at ultimatecowboychallenge@gmail.com.

1.

Advanced Race

1st: $180, 2nd: $170, 3rd: $150

2.

Beginners Race

1st: $180, 2nd: $170, 3rd: $150

3.

Gamblers Choice

1st place - Buckle

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