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Fair Work Assignments - Summit County 4-H Saddle Horse

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									                               Summit County Fair Work Assignments
As advisors, you will be in charge of your work assignments. It’s up to you to recruit the proper number of
people from your club to adequately complete your duties.

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR MEMBERS ARE ON TIME FOR THEIR ASSIGNMENTS!!
Our fair will run smoothly if everyone cooperates and shows up at the scheduled time!

ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL!! UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL!!



Set-Up Trail: Put all obstacles in place according to the pattern. Remove obstacles when the class is complete.
  You will need: a tape measure, at least four people, and the pattern. A truck is helpful.

Entry Booth: Answer questions, keep water cooler filled and cups available. A person to hand out ribbons
(kids LOVE to do this – at least 10 yrs old please!) Someone to assist the announcer, take class sheets to Point
Secretary. Need 3 adults plus ribbon person. **The only persons permitted in the announcer’s booth are: the
announcer and assistant, Steward, ribbon person and Fair committee members. Please no friend or family in the
announcing booth!

Paddock Duty and Gates Ring A: Open and close gates,( two at each gate) provide a paddock master to keep
classes moving. For contest, you must be at least 14 years old to work gates. Help set up and maintain contest
patterns under the direction of the Contest Supervisor(s). Set up all other patterns – Western Riding, jumping
etc. Need 5 people. Advisors please educate your gate people – the gates need to be chained closed not held
closed. Stand back from the gate. Don’t open the gate until the horse is under control. Please listen to the
announcer for entry of the horse and opening of the gate.

Ring B: Open and close gates, ( 1 person at each gate) keep gate area clear of horses, a paddock master to
keep classes moving on time, prevent horses from standing in large, unsafe groups. Provide a Ring Master, an
announcer, an assistant announcer and a ribbon person.

Clean up Barn 6 and Barn 10: All trash barrels need to be emptied and new can liners put in. Gloves and
Trash bags are available in the entry booth. Trash bags need to be tied and put out for pick up. Barn 10:
against the men’s restroom wall, Barn 6: against the southwest corner of the barn. Trash needs emptied twice a
day 8 am. and 7:00 p.m. NO EXCEPTIONS!!! Trash barrels are located at EVERY entrance to the barn be
sure they are emptied.

Barn Duty: Midnight to 6 am: Obtain Walkie Talkies and emergency phone numbers from Saddle horse
building. Shift may be split however clubs agree. Walk through barns periodically; (at least once an hour – we
are there to be sure the horse are ok) turn off any stall lights and fans if it is a cool night. Check for ill horses or
possible injuries. Call for assistance if needed. There will be a stall card on every stall with emergency contact
numbers. Also in each barn will be numbers for the barn managers if you can’t reach the horses owner. ONLY
ADULT OVER 21 of age for barn duty.
Clean up Pavilion: All Trash needs picked up including under the bleachers and tables, between the pavilion
and the ring, and under the bleachers in the 2 grassy areas (park). All trash cans need emptied and new liners
put in the cans. Gloves and Trash bags are available in the Entry booth. Sweep the floor in pavilion and entry
booth. Wipe off all tables. Buckets, water, soap and rags available in the entry booth. Take trash up on asphalt
off gravel road for pick up by the Boy Scouts.


Stall Decorations: ALL TRASH GENERATED BY YOUR CLUB BY SETTING UP OR TEARING DOWN
STALL DECORATIONS MUST BE TAKEN BY YOUR CLUB TO THE DUMPSTERS!! DO NOT STUFF
THEM IN THE TRASH CANS!!! THE DUMPSTER ARE LOCATED BEHIND RING C, NO OTHER
DUMPSTERS, OUTSIDE OF THE FENCE OF FAIR.

								
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