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NOTICE

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									                                        NOTICE

                    TO ALL FAIR EXHIBITORS


The Boards of the following Agricultural Fairs would like to
  give notice that the rules and regulations printed in the
       annual fair books will be adhered to as stated.

 Please take special note of the entry deadlines as we would
      appreciate your co-operation for early entries to
                accommodate all of the fairs.

If there are any questions, please contact the fair secretaries
                            listed.

July 17th & 18th     Oak River Agricultural Society - Ashley Black   566-2281
                                                Or e-mail ashbla2@hotmail.com
July 20th            Strathclair Agricultural Society - Wendy Harder 365-2607
July 21st            Shoal Lake Agricultural Society - Shelley Green 759-2850
July 22nd            Hamiota Agricultural Society - Linda Wilson     764-2642
July 23rd            Harding Agricultural Society - Bonnie Kent      838-2241
July 24th            Oak Lake Agricultural Society – Pat Baker       855-2030




                             Welcome to the
                     Oak river fair

             The Oak River Fair Book is now available on line @ www.rmofblanshard.ca
                                OAK RIVER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

                                                  OFFICERS
                                        President - Lorraine McCallum
                                      Vice President – Janette Kirkpatrick
                                      Secretary/Treasurer – Ashley Black


                                                 DIRECTORS
                  Frank Black, Gerry Sparling, Janet Tingey, Darlene Reid, Russell McKague,
                          John Day, Melvin Black, Cam Ramsey, Roderick McPhaden,
           Brent Burt, Pat Greenaway, Ruth Stewart, Margaret C. Simms, Sadie Purdy, Margaret Burt,
                  Georgina Black, Frances McKague, Margaret S. Simms, Lorraine McCallum,
            Dick Heapy, Les Nicholls, Janette Kirkpatrick, Brenda Gerrard, Dawn Burt, Ben Abrams


                                                    GATE
                                                  Brian Burt


                                 CONCESSION BOOTH AND FOOD BOOTH
                                  Don Simms, Joan Shamray, Ann Rothnie

                                           SPORTS COMMITTEE
                                   Gord Paddock, Bob Ramsey, Darcy Heapy


THE OAK RIVER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY WISH TO EXPRESS THEIR GRATITUDE TO ALL THOSE
WHO HAVE SUPPORTED THIS ANNUAL FAIR. ASSISTANCE HAS BEEN GIVEN IN MANY WAYS BY
     MANY PEOPLE, AND LISTS OF DONATIONS CAN ONLY TOUCH THE SURFACE OF THE
                           COMMUNITY‟S CO-OPERATION.

                                               **************

The Oak River Agricultural Society apologizes for any errors or omissions that might have been made in the book.


                                       FAIR DAY JULY 18TH, 2011

                                 FREE SPONSORED PANCAKE BREAKFAST

                                       TIME: 7:00 a.m. TO 9.00 a.m.




Scrub carefully after touching
animals and before eating.


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                                          RULES & REGULATIONS




 1. That all persons be admitted at the gate entrance as members of this society on the payment
    of Adult $5.00 , 12 and under $2.00.
 2. Five percent (5%) of all prize money amounting to over five dollars ($5.00) will be withheld, except
    in classes where an entry fee is charged.
 3. Entries may be made to the secretary, Ashley Black, by letter and should be made at least two days
     before the date of the show or by fax 566-2433 or email ashbla2@hotmail.com. The Secretary will
     be at the Rink Sunday, July 18th for the purpose of taking entries.
    Entries close at 9:00 p.m. the day before the show, after 9:00 p.m. double entry fee will be charged.
    Telephone: Ashley 566-2281           or     (Rink) 566-2243
 4. Parties showing purebred stock must be prepared to produce to the Director In Charge, Certificate
    of Pedigree.
 5. Names or marks indicating names of owners must not appear on anything exhibited.
 6. All stock and articles exhibited must be bona fide and absolute property of the exhibitor from thirty
    days before the date of the exhibition or all prizes awarded to such exhibitors will be withheld. No
    partnership for the mere purpose of exhibiting the subject thereof, no ownership by several individuals
    who unite their properties to compete and exhibit shall be construed bona fide and absolute
    ownership.
 7. Produce and manufacture must be delivered to the persons having charge of show rooms and grounds
    or be placed in their respective classes under their direction.
 8. Not more than one article may be shown in any section by an exhibitor, except horses, cattle.
 9. In the absence of competition, judges may award 1st, 2nd or no prize, according to the merit of the
    exhibit and shall have it in their power to withhold any premium for any animal or article which they
    consider unworthy of the same.
10. The Judges decision in all cases to be final.
11. No prizes shall be awarded in classes for homecrafts except for work that is the actual production of
    the exhibitor or family member.
12. The Directors cannot hold themselves responsible for loss or damage to exhibits.
13. NO REFUND ON SCRATCHED ENTRIES AFTER THE FAIR HAS STARTED.
14. The Directors reserve the right to pay prizes as shown in this prize list on a percentage basis in the
    event that the revenue of the Society is not sufficient to enable the prizes to be paid in full.

                 LIMITED CAMPING: $10.00 FEE FOR HYDRO HOOK-UP



NOTE:      YOU, THE EXHIBITOR, ARE VITAL TO OUR FAIR. WITHOUT EXHIBITORS WE
           CANNOT FUNCTION EFFECTIVELY. WE INVITE YOU TO PARTICIPATE IN 2011.

           THANK YOU




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                             LIGHT HORSE AND PONY SHOW
9 A.M. START                      GENERAL RULES


1.  Please comply with posting of LIGHT HORSE barns.
2.  Stabling is limited and on a first come - first served basis.
3.  A competent official may measure horses and ponies.
4.  Judge has power to place horses and ponies in their respective classes.
5.  NO CROSS ENTRY from pony to horse and vice versa.
6.  Cross entry from English to Western PERMITTED.
7.  Classes where conditions and entries warrant maybe combined or split.
8.  KEEP STABLE AREA CLEAN! PLEASE CLEAN YOUR STALLS BEFORE YOU
    LEAVE, leaving straw and manure at end of barns for pickup.
 9. Water will be available at the stable and washstands.
10. The area at the gate entrance to the ring MUST be kept clear..
11. Exhibitors are asked to refrain from foul and abusive language in and around
     the stables and the show ring.
12. Ages determined as of January 1st of the calendar year.
13. All exhibitors should be neatly and appropriately dressed before entering ring.
14. All exhibitors will remain in position until ribbons have been awarded.
15. The judge‟s decision is final.
16. Entry fee of $2.00 for each class except M.G.R.A..
17. There will be No Refund on scratched entries after the fair has started at 9:00 a.m.
18. The secretary will be on the grounds on Sunday to take entries. Call 566-2243 (rink).
19. The directors cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage.
20. The ORDER OF GO will be posted at the judge‟s booth and available at the secretary‟s
      table. Please inform the directors of any changes
21. Tack changes must be reported to the judge‟s booth prior to the start of the class.
22. When entering classes, give the secretary your name and the horse‟s name.
23. All classes marked with an asterisk (*) are Man. Sask. Sanctioned.
24. Phone entries to: Ashley 566-2281 OR Fax 566-2433 or email ashbla2@hotmail.com




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                       FUN DAY - Open To All Ponies and Horses
                                 JULY 17th , 2011
                          Sponsored by Ted & Janet Tingey

        Presentations are sponsored by the Burt Family in Memory of Doug Burt

SHOW TIME           12:00 p.m. SHARP

Entry Fee: $2.00 per person              Pee-Wee 8 yrs & under
      OR $5.00 a family                  Junior 9 yrs to 13 yrs
                                         Senior  14 yrs to 18 yrs


ORDER OF GO

 1. Halter Pony                                 any age
 2. Halter Horse                                any age
 3. Showmanship                                 Pee-Wee
 4. Showmanship                                 Junior
 5. Showmanship                                 Senior
 6. Bareback Dollar Bill                        $1.00 entry fee (paid at the ring)
 7. Bareback Equitation                         Pee-Wee Walk & Trot
 8. Bareback Equitation                         Junior
 9. Bareback Equitation                         Senior (Classes 8/9 may be combined)
10. Lead Line 4 yrs & under                     Parent to lead
11. Lead Line Parent or Guardian                Child to lead (10 & under)
12. Walk & Trot                                 8 yrs & under
13. Basic Seat (English)                        14 yrs to 18 yrs
14. Basic Seat (English)                        9 yrs to 13 yrs
15. Basic Seat (English)                        8 yrs & under
16. Stock Seat (Western)                        Pee-Wee
17. Stock Seat (Western)                        Junior
18. Stock Seat (Western)                        Senior
19. Pleasure Pony (Western)                     under 14.2 H
20. Pleasure Pony English Hunter under saddle   under 14.2 H
21. Costume Class                               7 yrs to 10 yrs
22. Costume Class                               6 yrs & under
23. Costume Class                               11 yrs to 18 yrs
24. Sack Race                                   10 yrs & under
25. Sack Race                                   11 yrs to 18 yrs
26. Musical Tires                               10 yrs & under
27. Musical Tires                               11 yrs to 18 yrs
28. Egg & Spoon                                 ALL AGES
29. Toilet Paper Race                           Ridden in Pairs (Walk-Trot-Lope)



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                             OAK RIVER M.G.R.A.
                  SANCTIONED MAN. SASK. BORDER CIRCUIT 2011
                              Sunday July 17th, 2011
                         Starting Time: 5:00 p.m. SHARP

Entries accepted until 3:00 p.m. Any entries taken after this time will be charged double entry
fee.

Phone entries: Ashley 566-2104 or fax entries 566-2433 or email
ashbla2@hotmail.com
Mail entries: SECRETARY Box 141 Oak River, MB R0K 1T0
               Entry form is at the back of the book.

ENTRY FEE: Senior $3.00              Pee-Wee and Junior $2.00 per entry

       Pee-Wee Division              12 years and under
       Junior                        13 – 18 years
       Senior                        19 years and over

The Manitoba Gymkhana Rodeo Association has requested that we advise that high point awards
will be offered for the Pee Wee, Junior and Senior contestants for the week of the milk run
shows „ONLY‟. All participants must pay a membership fee in advance of their points counting
for these awards. Single membership $40.00, family membership $90.00. This will also entitle
the member‟s points to count for year end awards providing they attend five sanctioned shows
throughout the year. Memberships can be paid to any of the directors of M.G.R.A.: Mandy
Taylor, Candace Bergeson, Wanda MacPherson, Cindy Matheson, Brandi Matheson, Jessie
Goodwill, Susan DeYaegher, Becky DeYaegher, Hazel Moyer, or Morgan McBurney.

                      ALL M.G.R.A. RULES APPLY

PEE-WEE DIVISION (12 yrs & under)
*Pleasure                                    12       10    8      6       2
  Reining                                    12       10    8      6       2
  Poles                                      12       10    8      6       2
 *Barrels                                    12       10    8      6       2

JUNIOR DIVISION (13-18 years)
*Pleasure                                    12       10    8      6       2
 Reining                                     12       10    8      6       2
 Poles                                       12       10    8      6       2
*Barrels                                     12       10    8      6       2

SENIOR DIVISION (19 yrs and over)
*Pleasure                                    15       12    9      6       3
 Reining                                     15       12    9      6       3
 Poles                                       15       12    9      6       3
*Barrels                                     15       12    9      6       3

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                     LIGHT HORSE AND PONY SHOW
              SANCTIONED MAN. SASK. CIRCUIT CLASS 2011
        MONDAY, JULY, 18th, 2011                  9 A.M. START

The MSBC listed pony and horse heights:            Pony - 14.2h and under
                                                   Horse - over 14.2h

When entering classes please give the secretary your name and the horse‟s name.
Phone entries to: Ashley 566-2281, Rink 566-2243, Fax 566-2433 or email
ashbla2@hotmail.com
Mail entries to: SECRETARY Box 141 Oak River, MB R0K 1T0
       ENTRY FORM and ORDER OF GO are at the back of the book.
                General Rules are listed on a separate page.

Light Horse Directors: Janet Tingey, Brenda Gerrard, Dawn Burt
       Performance classes to be held in gymkhana area, except for driving classes.

SHOWMANSHIP

 1. Jack or Jill Benny 39 yrs and over             10       8    6      4    3
                                                   (Audrey Coulson)
 2. Senior              19 - 38 yrs                10      8     6      4    3
                                                   (Miller Farm Equipment)
* 3. Showmanship        15 - 18 yrs                10       8    6      4    3
                                                   (Whyte‟s Lumber & Insurance)
* 4. Showmanship        11 - 14 yrs                10       8    6      4    3
                                                   (Knight Accounting)
* 5. Showmanship         7 - 10 yrs                10       8    6      4    3
                                                   (Hamiota Super Thrifty)
* 6. Showmanship         6 and under               10       8    6      4    3
                                                   (Donald Quarter Horses)




PONYLINE CLASS                         UNDER 14.2 H


 7. Broodmare with foal at side                  10       8       6     4         3
 8. Foal of the calendar year                     8       6       4     3         2
 9. Filly, Gelding, or Stallion   1 yr           10       8       6     4         3
10. Filly, Gelding, or Stallion   2 yrs          10       8       6     4         3
         NOTE: 9 and 10 do not warrant separate entry, they will be combined.
11. Mare or Gelding Saddle Type 3 yrs & over 10           8       6     4         3


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*CHAMPION PONY
From Classes 7 to 11
      Champion Pony       1st and 2nd placing to show
      Champion Pony       1st to 5th placing
                  TROPHY (Oakden‟s Jewellery, Hamiota)
      Reserve Champion Pony       Ribbon

LIGHT HORSE LINE CLASSES                                           OVER 14.2 H


 12. Broodmare with foal at side                    10     8       6       4      3
 13. Foal of the calendar year                       8     6       4       3      2
 14. Filly, Gelding or Stallion 1 yr                10     8       6       4      3
 15. Filly, Gelding or Stallion 2 yrs               10     8       6       4      3
 16. Mare or Gelding English or Harness Type
                                  3 yrs & over      10     8       6       4      3
 17. Mare or Gelding Western 3 yrs & over           10     8       6       4      3
 18. Group Class               3 horses or ponies   10     8       6       4      3


*CHAMPION LIGHT HORSE

From Classes 12 - 18                                1st and 2nd placing to show
                                                    (Kirk and Gail Bridgeman)
Reserve Champion Light Horse                         Ribbon
Champion Horse                                      1st to 5th placing



CHAMPION BEST HALTER BROKEN FOAL


Pony, Horse and Miniature                           1st and 2nd placings from classes 7 & 8,
                                                     13 & 14, 53, 54, 55 & 56
                                                    (Prairie Concrete)




BREAK FOR LUNCH AFTER CLASSES ARE FINISHED




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COSTUME CLASSES

19. Leadline        6 & under (must be lead)10     8      6       4           3
                                            (Vanguard Credit Union)
20. Costume Class   7 to 16 yrs.            10     8      6       4           3
                                            (Moffat„s Construction)
21. Costume Class  17 yrs. & over           10     8      6       4           3
                                            (Way-Mor Agencies)
       *NOTE: No Cross Entry to any Other Costume Class


EQUITATION

22. Leadline         6 & under (must be lead)       12     10     8        6   4
                                                    (Way-Mor Agencies)
23. Walk and Trot    10 yrs. & under                12     10     8        6   4
                      No cross entry to 22          (Gregory Sand & Gravel)
24. Stock Seat       10 and under                   12     10     8        6   4
    (Western)        (Walk/Jog)                     (Rawling‟s Home Hardware)
25. Stock Seat        11-13 yrs.                    12     10     8        6   4
    (Western)        (Walk/Jog/Lope)                (Conquest Trucking)
26. Stock Seat       14 -17 yrs.                    12     10     8        6   4
    (Western)        (Walk/Jog/Lope)                (Moffat‟s Construction)
27. Stock Seat       18 yrs. and over               12     10     8        6   4
    (Western)        (Walk/Jog/Lope)                (Springland Manufacturing)
28. Basic Seat       18 yrs. & over                 12     10     8        6   4
    (English)                                       (Rivers Super Thrifty)
29. Basic Seat        14 - 17 yrs.                  12     10     8        6   4
    (English)                                       (Jim & Fiona Hunkin)
30. Basic Seat        13 yrs. & under               12     10     8        6   4
    (English)                                       (Hi-Way Collision)
31. Bareback Equitation      10 yrs. & under        12     10     8        6   4
                                                    ( RTM Transport)
32. Bareback Equitation     11 - 17 yrs.            12     10     8        6   4
                                                    (Shoal Lake Farm Equipment)
33. Bareback Equitation     18 and over             12     10     8        6   4
                                                    (Tempo Emporium)
34. Jack or Jill Benny Equitation 39 yrs & over     12     10     8        6   4
    (Not Bareback) (Western)                        (Murray‟s Farm Supply)

                            Note: No Chaps in Bareback Classes




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SADDLE PONY PERFORMANCE

35. Saddle Pony under 14.2 h     English           12      10    8     6        4
                                                   (Cowtown)
36. Saddle Pony under 14.2 h     Western           12      10    8     6        4
                                                   (Total Farm Supply)
37. Saddle Pony 12.2h -14.2 h      Either          12      10    8     6        4
                                                   (RTM Transport)




PERFORMANCE

38. English Pleasure Hunter Under Saddle             12      10      8   6       4
                      17 yrs & under Horse/Pony      (Conquest Trucking)
*39. English Pleasure 18 yrs & over Horse/Pony       12      10      8   6       4
*40. Western Pleasure Horse 14.2 h & over            12      10      8   6       4
*41. Western Pleasure Pony under 14.2 h              12      10      8   6       4
*42. PeeWee Western Pleasure 10 & under              12      10      8   6       4
                                                     (Oak River Inn)
*43. Junior Western Pleasure 11 – 17 yrs.            12      10      8   6       4
                                                     (McCallum Services Limited)
*44. Senior Western Pleasure 18 yrs & over           12      10      8   6       4
                                                     (Mansfields)
  45. Junior Horse 2 yrs of the calendar year        12      10      8   6       4
             English or Western -To be ridden with 2 hands in a snaffle or bosal
  46. Junior Horse 3 - 5 yrs English or Western 12           10      8   6       4
                       -To be ridden with 2 hands in a snaffle or bosal
      NOTE: Class 45 and 46 will be combined if insufficient entries.
  47. Jack or Jill Benny 39 yrs & over               12      10      8   6       4
                         - Open Pleasure             (Conquest Trucking)
 48. Western Pleasure Sweepstake
          - entry fee $10.00                         30      25      15  10

49. Saddle Pairs     English or Western            12     10    8       6       4
                                                   (Redfern Farm Services)
50. Family Class 3 or more members of one          12     10    8       6       4
                 family - English or Western       (Conquest Trucking)




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MINIATURE HORSE

51.   Brood Mare with foal at side     under 34”    10             8        6       4       Ribbon
52.   Foal of the calendar year                      8             6        4       2       Ribbon
53.   Brood Mare with foal at side from 34” - 38” 10               8        6       4       Ribbon
54.   Foal of the calendar year                      8             6        4       2       Ribbon
55.   Stallion           3 yrs & over under 34”     10             8        6       4       Ribbon
56.   Stallion           3 yrs & over 34” - 38”     10             8        6       4       Ribbon
57.   Filly, Gelding or Stallion 1 yr under 34”     10             8        6       4       Ribbon
58.   Filly, Gelding or Stallion 1 yr 34” - 38”     10             8        6       4       Ribbon
59.   Filly, Gelding or Stallion 2 yrs under 34”    10             8        6       4       Ribbon
60.   Filly, Gelding or Stallion 2 yrs 34” - 38”    10             8        6       4       Ribbon
61.   Yeld Mare or Gelding 3 yrs & over, under 34” 10              8        6       4       Ribbon
62.   Yeld Mare or Gelding 3 yrs and over, 34”- 38” 10             8        6       4       Ribbon

CHAMPION MINIATURE HORSE
 From Classes 51, 53, 55-62                                1st and 2nd placing to show
                                                           (Moffat‟s Construction)
      Reserve Champion                                     Ribbon

63. Showmanship          15 yrs & under              10       8     6     4     3
                                                     (Prairie Concrete)
64.   Showmanship 16 yrs & over                      10       8     6     4     3
                                                     (Prairie Concrete)
65.   Single Pleasure Driving        under 34”       12      10     8     6     4
66.   Single Pleasure Driving        34” - 38”       12      10     8     6     4
67.   Single Roadster                under 34”       12      10     8     6     4
68.   Single Roadster                34” - 38”       12      10     8     6     4
69.   Boy or Girl Driver       15 yrs & under        12      10     8     6     4
                                                     (Oak River Legion)
70.   Boy or Girl Driver       16 yrs & over         12      10     8     6     4
                                                     (Shoal Lake Vet Clinic)
71.   Lady or Gent Driver      18 yrs & over         12      10     8     6     4
                                                     (Gary & Nadine Slimmon)
72.   Open Pleasure Driving Stake 38” & under        $50 Purse (Earl & Bernice Gerrard)
      ($5.00 entry fee to be added to purse) Payout: 40% 30% 20% 10%
                               COMMERCIAL CLASSIC COW/CALF PAIR

DIRECTORS: Cam Ramsey, Roderick McPhaden, Brent Burt, Les Nicholls, Morley Brown

235. Jackpot Commercial Cow/Calf Pen Show
     ENTRY FEE: $5.00 per entry to go towards Jackpot
      RULES: Commercial Cow with calendar year calf. Open to unregistered cattle
                only. All breeds to be shown against each other. To be shown in pens
                Bring your own feed. Phone entries to Cam Ramsey @ 566-2349
PRIZES:      1st - Trophy Donated by CATTLEX Plus 50% of Entry Fees
                                   2nd - 30% share of Entry 3rd - 20% share of Entry Fees
                    LOONIE CONTEST - PUBLIC JUDGING OF THE ABOVE CLASS
                               - PICK TOP 3 PAIRS AND WIN SHARE OF POT
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                     BEEF CATTLE                  JUDGING TO COMMENCE AT 1:00 P.M.

DIRECTORS; John Day, Melvin Black, Carole Black, Ben Abrams

GENERAL RULES;
Limited to one entry per class, except that the fair may allow an exhibitor to have two entries per class for
a minimum of two classes, these extra entries designated by the exhibitor as to where they will be shown.
A minimum of two exhibitors in each class is required to qualify for prize money grants.
Exhibitor to supply own hay, straw will be supplied.
All cattle exhibited must be sired by a registered sire.
Entry fee is 10% of first prize money.
Deadline for entries will be 9:00 p.m. the evening prior to the fair. Double entry fee will be charged for entries in all
classes paid on the day of the fair.
Cattle may be grouped together at the discretion of the directors.

PRIZES;         1st - $30.00       2nd - $25.00       3rd - $20.00        4th - $15.00       5th - $10.00

A.    SIMMENTAL                      B.     CHAROLAIS                     E.        SHORTHORN
C.    LIMOUSIN                       D.     MAINE ANJOU                   F.        HEREFORD
                                                                          G.        ANGUS
CLASSES;

1.    Bull calf of calendar year 2011
2.    Bull born January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010
3.    Bull born 2009 or earlier
      GRAND AND RESERVE CHAMPION BULL
4.    Female calf of calendar year 2011
5.    Female born January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010
6.    Female born 2009 with or without calf at foot
7.    Female born 2008 or earlier with calf at foot

      GRAND AND RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE
      OVERALL CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE from above classes.
        Champion: $30.00  Reserve Champion: $20.00
      SPONSORED BY RIVERVIEW STOCK FARMS

8.    Group of four animals bred and owned by the exhibitor, one may be purchased, not more than one bull and
      each animal must have been exhibited in one of the above classes.
9.    Light Steer
10.   Heavy Steer
11.   Pair of Steers
      GRAND AND RESERVE CHAMPION STEER

12.   SPECIAL FOR KIDS – no entry fee
      11 AND UNDER - SHOWING CALENDAR CALF 2009, FAMILY FARM OWNED,
       SHOWN EITHER BY A BOY OR GIRL (NOT SHOWN IN ABOVE CLASSES).

      1ST - $12.00         2ND - $8.00             ALL OTHER ENTRIES            -   $5.00




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                                           HOME LIVING SECTION

DIRECTORS: Pat Greenaway, Ruth Stewart

PRIZES FOR EACH SECTION: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.50;               3rd - $2.00

EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE: Entry deadline will be 9:00 p.m. the night before the show.
Before being allowed to show, all memberships are to be paid when tickets are picked up.
Exhibition Hall will close on Fair Day promptly at 9:30 a.m. Late Entries will not be accepted.
Exhibitors are to leave exhibits on display until 5:30 p.m.



                                                 VEGETABLES

Tops except for 3” or 4” to be removed from vegetables.    Vegetables are to be cleaned,
but not to damage skin.

244.   Early Potatoes, 6 red
245.   Potatoes, 6 white
246.   Onions from sets, 6
247.   Multipliers, 6
248.   Table Carrots, 6
249.   Table Beets, 6
250.   Beans, yellow, 12 pods
251.   Beans, green, 12 pods
252.   Peas, shelling variety, 12 pods
253.   Peas, edible pod variety, 12 pods
254.   Cauliflower, 1 head
255.   Cabbage, 1 head
256.   Broccoli, 1 head
257.   Cucumbers, 3
258.   Green Tomatoes, 6
259.   Radish, red, 6
260.   Lettuce, 1 head
261.   Green onions grown from seed, 6
262.   Collection of Herbs: 5 kinds, specimens should be placed in separate containers
       of water, labeled individually, and set on tray.

263. LINDENBURG SPECIAL - $10.00 Gift Certificate
     Best Collection of Above Garden Vegetables, 6 Varieties, with 3 of each.

264. $10.00 POTATO SPECIAL: In Memory of Jean Bridgeman
                          SPONSORED by Mr. Tom Bridgeman
     Best sample of 6 potatoes, any one variety. This is a separate entry and does not
     pertain to classes 244 and 245
                 Also includes the Dick Griffiths Memorial Trophy




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                                      SHEAVES OF GRAIN AND GRASSES

NOTE:    Fodder sheaves to be 4” in diameter to be judged for feed value. Grain sheaves to be
         3” in diameter, leaves to be left on.

265. Field Peas
266. Sheaf Sweet Clover
267. Sheaf Alfalfa
268. Sheaf Grasses, any variety
Classes 269 to 271 SPONSORED by J.S. Henry & Son Ltd
269. Sheaf Wheat, Durum
270. Sheaf Wheat, Red Spring
271. Sheaf Wheat, CPS
Classes 272 to 274 SPONSORED by Viterra
272. Sheaf Oats, any variety
273. Sheaf Barley, 6 row
274. Sheaf Barley, 2 row
Classes 275 to 277 SPONSORED by Stewart Bros. Seeds
275. Sheaf Flax, any variety
276. Sheaf Canola, Argentine
277. Sheaf Canola, Polish

278. SPECIAL: BEST OVERALL SHEAF -      Prize $10.00
     SPONSORED by Kerr & Hyndman Family


                                                    RAW FRUIT

279. Raspberries, 20-24, any variety, please give variety name if known
280. Strawberries, 20-24, any variety, please give variety name if known
281. Rhubarb, 6 stalks

                                                     FLOWERS

EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE: The Oak River Agricultural Society does not promote the
culture of noxious weeds, therefore any exhibit containing such (eg. lythrum, baby‟s breath,
toadflax, tansy - dried or fresh) will be disqualified (with the exception of the Junior Weed Display)
282. Bouquet of Pansies
283. Bouquet of Sweet Peas
284. Hardy Roses, 1 stem with 3 blooms. Include foliage, trim off extra buds
285. Lily, 1 stem, any kind
286. Bouquet of Marigolds, a mixture of varieties accepted


                                              COLLECTION OF FLOWERS

NOTE:     COLLECTIONS TO BE ON TRAYS

288. Collection of annuals, 4 distinctive varieties, not less than 4 of each in separate
     containers. Please label each variety.
289. Collection of perennials, 4 distinctive varieties, not less than 4 of each in separate
     containers. Please label each.
290. Collection of frilled petunias, 6 at least, 3 colours
291. Collection of double petunias, 3 varieties, 3 colours, separate containers.
292. Collection of lilies, 3 varieties, 1 stem each, separate containers.


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                                          FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS

293. R.M. of BLANSHARD SPECIAL
       Floral arrangement in an antique type container (Ex. cream or sugars, teapots, baskets, etc.)
                                                     $20.00           $15.00            $10.00
294. Miniature flower arrangement, not to exceed 3” in any direction.
295. Arrangement in a coffee mug
296. Arrangement for the new baby. Suitability of container will be taken into consideration
     for this class.
297. White only arrangement
298. Red and White arrangement
299. Arrangement using tints and shades of one colour
300. Arrangement of flowers for special occasion (name the event)
301. Wreath or swag. Dried or fresh materials. Accessories allowed.
302. Cut flower arrangement suitable for table (all sides)
303. Dried flower arrangement
304. Foliage arrangement
305. PATMORE NURSERY SALES SPECIAL: - $10.00 Gift Certificate
                          Best cut flower arrangement suitable for table (one side view only)


                                                POTTED PLANTS

306. A Geranium, in bloom
307. A Begonia, tuberous rooted
308. A Begonia, fibrous rooted
309. A Fern, any variety
310. An African violet, single
311. An African violet, double
312. A Gloxinia
313. A Cacti
314. A hanging plant (house plant)
315. A hanging basket (outdoors) may contain more than one variety interplanted
316. A plant, any variety, grown for foliage (not mentioned above)
317. A plant, any variety, grown for bloom (not mentioned above)
318. An outdoor planter using an interesting, unique and preferably original container as the
     focal point of the display (as this may be considered quite a challenging piece of art
     work, a title accompanied would be nice, but not necessary) (eg. a shoe, kitchen
     container, wood sculpture). This planter could contain foliage plants, herbs, or flowers.
319. BEST OUTDOOR PATIO PLANTER - Prize - $10.00
     SPONSORED by David & Pat Greenaway




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                                                      COOKING

DIRECTORS;         Margaret C. Simms, Georgina Black, Margaret Burt, Sadie Purdy
Cakes are to be removed from pans.
No commercial fillings or cake mixes to be used.
Please put entries in a clear plastic bag, NO SARAN WRAP
Entry tags to be secured outside the bag.
EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE; Entry deadline will be 9 p.m. the night before the show. Before being allowed to
show, all memberships are to be paid when tickets are picked up. Exhibition Hall will close promptly at 9:30 a.m.
Late entries will not be accepted. Entries are not to be removed until 5:30 p.m.

PRIZES;    1st - $5.00         2nd - $4.00       3rd - $3.00

321.   Loaf of brown bread
322.   4 Rolls
323.   4 Tea biscuits
324.   4 Bran muffins
325.   4 Muffins (any kind except bran)
326.   Nut and date loaf (1/2 a loaf)
327.   Carrot cake iced, 4 x 4 piece
328.   Shortbread, 4 pieces
329.   Lemon loaf (1/2 a loaf)
330.   4 Gingersnaps
331.   Matrimonial cake, 4 x 4 piece
332.   Unbaked dainties, 2 kinds, 3 of each
333.   Baked dainties, 2 kinds, 3 of each
334.   4 Oatmeal cookies (rolled)
335.   Drop cookies, 2 kinds, 2 of each
336.   Empty baked pie shell
337.   Candy, fudge, 3 pieces


                                     CANNING AND PICKLES

PRIZES:          1st - $4.00       2nd - $3.00      3rd - $2.00

Note: Have all jars marked as to the kind and when made. No canning opened unless judges deem necessary.
Metal rings on sealers must be loosened. For jams and jellies use only snap lids. No paraffin.

342. Jelly, any kind                                    345. Beet Pickle
343. Salsa                                              346. Tomatoes
344. Relish                                             347. Dill Pickles


                                          SPECIALS

350. Bernardin Best of Show Award – Best home canning entry chosen from
     classes 342 to 347. Must be submitted in a Bernardin Mason Jar and Snap
      lid.                                         1st Prize - $30.00 Gift Certificate

351. Bernardin Jam Award
       Best Strawberry Jam using Bernardin pectin and a Bernardin Mason Jar/Snap lid. A pectin label
       Must accompany entry.                        1st Prize - $20.00 gift certificate
     For recipes and helpful hints on home canning visit: www.homecanning.ca




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360.   DIRECTORS‟ SPECIAL
       6 Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies                     1st - $7.00        2nd - $5.00        3rd - $3.00


361.   KENTON CONSUMER‟S CO-OP OAK RIVER BRANCH
       Best iced or frosted single layer chocolate cake.
       (Prizes will be a gift certificate for groceries of your choice purchased at the Oak River Branch)
                                                       1st - $15.00       2nd - $12.00      3rd - $10.00


362.   RIVERVIEW APIARY - OAK RIVER
       4 Muffins (one kind) made with honey. Recipe to accompany entry.
                                   1st - 3 kg. honey    2nd - 2 kg. honey 3rd - 1 kg. honey


363.   SPONSORED BY CHARLOTTE HEAPY
       Boiled Raisin Cake with Caramel Icing, 4 x 4 piece.
                                                  1st - $7.00             2nd - $5.00        3rd - $3.00


PHOTOS WILL BE REQUIRED OF WINNERS OF THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS
             364 365 366 367 368 369


364.   FLEISCHMANN‟S YEAST BREAD BAKING CONTEST
       One loaf of White Bread made with FLEISCHMANN‟S YEAST.
       A label or envelope and recipe must accompany the entry.
       First place winner will be entered in the FLEISHMANN‟S YEAST NATIONAL BEST BREAD
         CONTEST
                                                  1st - $15.00 and Gift Prize 2nd - $10.00 and Gift Prize

365.   ROBIN HOOD FLOUR BEST FAMILY FAVORITE RECIPE
       4 Banana Muffins made with ROBIN HOOD FLOUR.
       A label and recipe must accompany the entry. First place winner will be entered in the ROBIN HOOD
       FLOUR BEST MUFFINS CONTEST.
                                           lst - $25.00 Gift Certificate     2nd - $10.00 Gift Certificate

366. TENDERFLAKE PIE BAKING CONTEST
     Two Crust Raisin Pie made with TENDERFLAKE LARD.
     A label and the recipe must accompany the entry.
                                                 1st - Gift Prize           2nd - Gift Prize     3rd - Gift Prize


367.   Mazola and Bee Hive “Best Baking Contest”
       4 Sticky buns made with Mazola Oil and Bee Hive Syrup
       A label from Mazola or Bee Hive and recipe to accompany entry.
                                           1st - $15.00 and Gift Prize             2nd - $10.00 and Gift Prize


368. Crisco Best Family Favorite Recipe Baking Contest
     4 Butter Tarts
     Crisco label and recipe to accompany entry.
                                           1st - $25.00 Gift Certificate           2nd - $10.00 Gift Certificate




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369.     Certo Best Jam
         Any kind
         Label and recipe to accompany any entry.
                                             1st - $20.00 Product Coupon              2nd - $10.00 Product Coupon


370. Manitoba Canola Growers Association
     Carrot Loaf (1/2 Loaf made with Canola Oil)
     A canola oil label and recipe must accompany entry
                          1st - $10.00     2nd - $6.00                3rd - $4.00



       371. “R.M. OF BLANSHARD SPECIAL
            4 Date filled oatmeal cookies
                             1st - $10.00 2nd - $6.00                 3rd - $4.00




                                                  HOMECRAFTS

DIRECTORS:         Frances McKague,        Margaret S. Simms,     Lorraine McCallum

PRIZES FOR EACH SECTION:               1st    -    $8.00        2nd    -   $6.00      3rd   -   $4.00

Exhibition Hall will close promptly at 9:30 a.m. Monday, July 18th
Late entries will not be accepted. One article unless otherwise stated.
No articles to be picked up before 5:30 p.m. Pin tickets to article if possible.


                                                  SEWING

           PRIZES            1st - $8.00          2nd - $6.00         3rd - $4.00


380.    Man or Ladies garment; nightwear, dress shirt or blouse, skirt, pants, etc.
381.    Boy or Girl‟s garment – size 10 or under; dress, pants, tops, pajamas, etc.
382.    Kitchen article – eg. placemats, pot holders, apron, etc.
383.    Home decorating – crushion, drapes, etc.
384.    Article made from polar fleece.
385.    Any article of clothing recycled from another article – with explanation.
                    (eg. jacket from jeans)


                                                  KNITTING & CROCHET

           PRIZES            1st - $8.00          2nd - $6.00         3rd - $4.00

386. Sweater (long or short sleeves)
387. Hat and scarf set . Knit or crochet.
388. Afghan – knit or crochet
389. Article other than mentioned above. Knit or crochet.



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                                            SENIOR CITIZENS - 65 YEARS & OVER

         PRIZES             1st - $8.00     2nd - $6.00    3rd - $4.00

390. Crochet article
391. Knit article
392. Sewing - any article
393. Any other craft



                                            HANDICRAFTS

         PRIZES             1st - $8.00     2nd - $6.00    3rd - $4.00

394.   Stuffed toy – child safe
395.   Doll outfit – no more than 2 items
396.   Seasonal ornament
397.   Any quilted article
398.   Scrapbook “memories” 1 page
399.   Article of Woodworking
400.   Any craft not mentioned above. No knit or crochet




                                            ART


         PRIZES             1st - $8.00     2nd - $6.00    3rd - $4.00

401. Pencil Sketch
402. Water Painting
403. Oil Painting




                                                PHOTOGRAPHY

         PRIZES             1st - $5.00     2nd - $4.00    3rd - $3.00


                   ALL SNAPS TO BE MOUNTED ON FIRM SURFACE - COLOUR SNAPS

419.   Collection of 3 snaps - people
420.   Collection of 4 landscape snaps - 4 seasons
421.   Collection of 3 snaps - animals
422.   Group of 3 action pictures
423.   3 snaps - birds
424.   Close-up
425.   Any black and white snap




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                                                      QUILTS


PRIZES:        1st   -   $10.00     2nd   -   $8.00          3rd   -   $6.00

429.   Patchwork
430.   Applique
431.   Quilt done by commercial or domestic machine.
432.   Crib Quilt

433. MANITOBA ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES
            PROVINCIAL QUILT COMPETITION
RULES AND REGULATIONS
1.   Competition is open to all quilt exhibitors who have not won first prize in the
     Agricultural Societies‟ Provincial Quilt Competition in the past three years.
2.   The judging criteria used for judging is included in the “Judging Standards” book.
3.   Entry can be hand quilted or machine quilted. No commercial quilting will be allowed.
     The entry must be quilted by the person submitting the quilt.
4.   Quilts must have an appropriate title.
5.   Quilts must be at least 152 cm x 178 cm (60” x 70”) to be considered for the competition.
6.    A Score Sheet will be distributed to all societies which must be used to judge the quilts.
     Any quilt not scoring 70 or more points will not qualify for the district or final
     competition.
7.   Each society may select three quilts at their fair to participate in the district competition.
     Up to four quilts will be chosen at the district competition to go on to the provincial
     competition, either machine or hand quilted.
8.   Exhibitors may enter more than one quilt in this competition. However, they may only
     have one quilt advance to the provincial finals.
9.   Any quilt may be entered in competition at as many fairs as the exhibitor wishes.
     However, it may only represent the society where it was first entered in the provincial
     competition and won. The exhibitor must advise societies at the time of entry if the quilt
     is a winner at a previous fair.
10.  If an exhibitor does not wish to participate in the provincial competition, the runner-up
     quilt will be selected to represent the society in the district competition.
11.  At the end of the competition, the quilts will be returned to the quilters.
12.  Pictures of the winning quilts and exhibitors are to be kept each year and placed in a
     traveling album.
1.   At the district level prize monies of $20.00 will be awarded for the two top quilts in each
     category. At the finals $1200.00 will be awarded in the hand quilting Category (1st Prize
     $750 & 2nd Prize $450) and $800 in the machine quilting category (1st Prize $500 & 2nd
     Prize $300).
14.  Pre-stamped and Cut Quilt kits are not allowed to enter, however „Block-of-the-Month‟
     quilts are eligible for the competition.
 15. Quilt is to be available for display at the M.A.A.S. conference until after Saturday night
     banquet – approximately 10:30 p.m.
 16. Quilt owners are responsible for insuring their own quilts. The sponsors, societies and
     MAAS will not be liable for damage or loss.
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       17.    Pre-stamped and Cut Quilt kits are not allowed to enter, however “Block-of-the-
              Month‟ quilts are eligible for the competition.
       18.    Quilt is to be available for display at the M.A.A.S. conference until after Saturday
              night banquet – approximately 10:30 p.m.
       19.    Quilt owners are responsible for insuring their own quilts. The sponsors, societies,
              and MAAS will not be liable for damage or loss.




                                                 JUNIOR SECTION


435. Special - Fleischmann‟s Yeast Youth Best Bread
        Best homemade bread from contestant under 16 years.
        Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture, and recipe creativity.
        Label and recipe to accompany any entry.
        1st - $15.00 - Sponsored by Fleischmann‟s Yeast


               DONATION TO FOOD CLASSES MADE BY OAK RIVER WOMEN‟S INSTITUTE

PRIZES:          1st   -   $3.00     2nd    -    $2.00      3rd   -   $1.50       4th - $1.00



                                                8 YEARS AND UNDER

436. 4 unbaked cookies or dainties
437. 4 baked cookies or dainties
438. SPECIAL - KELLOGG‟S RICE KRISPIES - 2 PIECES
          Sponsored by Janette Kirkpatrick
          1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00      4th - $1.50      5th - $1.00
All entries will be judged on appearance, taste, texture, and creativity of recipe and presentation.
Using the recipe for Rice Krispie squares on the box shape warm cereal into any desired shape and decorate.
Decorating ideas: Frosting (spread or use decorating bag), melted chocolate, coloured sugar, shredded coconut,
candies (licorice, gumdrops, etc.)




                                                     HANDICRAFTS

439.   Gift wrapped parcel
440.   Any craft article
441.   One Article Constructed with Lego - not from a kit     Note: To fit on a shoe box lid
442.   Meal Planning Poster of a Well Balanced Lunch
          size no larger than 16” x 20”




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                                                 9 YEARS TO 12 YEARS

Note:   use plastic bags - no saran wrap
443.    4 chocolate chip cookies
444.    4 muffins - any kind; remove from paper cups
445.    4 x 4 piece of baked cake - any kind, uniced
446.    unbaked cookies or dainties - 2 kinds - 3 of each
447.    4 biscuits
448.    SPECIAL - KELLOGG‟S RICE KRISPIE - 4 PIECES
          Sponsored by Janette Kirkpatrick
        PRIZES:      1st - $5.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00 4th - $1.50             5th - $1.00

        All entries will be judged on appearance, taste, texture, and creativity of recipe and presentation.
        Using the recipe for Rice Krispie squares on the box shape warm cereal into any desired shape
        and decorate.
        Decorating ideas: Frosting (spread or use decorating bag) , melted chocolate, coloured sugar,
                                     shredded coconut, candies (licorice, gumdrops, etc.)


449. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR BEST LUNCH BOX SNACK CONTEST
       Best Homemade squares or bars, junior division, 12 years and younger.
       Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity.
               1st prize - $15.00




                                                    HANDICRAFTS


                                       HANDICRAFTS CLASSES
                           DONATION BY OAK RIVER LADIES LEGION AUXILIARY


                                                 9 YEARS T0 12 YEARS


PRIZES:         1st   -   $3.50       2nd    -    $2.50      3rd   -   $2.00        4th   -    $1.50

450.    Gift wrapped parcel
451.    Article of woodwork - 1 item - pair acceptable
452.    Original article constructed with Lego - not from a kit - NOTE: TO FIT ON A SHOE BOX LID
453.    Any project not mentioned above
454.    Collection of 3 snaps
455.    Cartoon Drawing
456.    Computer Art
457.    Meal Planning Poster of a Well Balanced Lunch (size no larger than 16” x 20”)




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                                                       COOKING


                                                13 YEARS TO 17 YEARS

Note: use plastic bags - no saran wrap
PRIZES:       1st - $3.50          2nd -         $2.50        3rd   -   $2.00

463.    4 buns
464.    4 muffins
465.    4 biscuits
466.    baked cookies - 2 kinds - 3 of each
467.    1/2 loaf - not bread
468.    4 x 4 piece of cake – any kind uniced


                                                    HANDICRAFTS

                                                13 YEARS TO 17 YEARS

PRIZES:         1st   -   $3.50      2nd   -     $2.50        3rd   -   $2.00

470.    Gift wrapped parcel
471.    Handicraft - novelty
472.    Handicraft - Practical
473.    Wall hanging of your choice
474.    Sketch - any medium
475.    Sewn article
476.    Article of woodwork - 1 item - pair acceptable
477.    Any project not mentioned above
478.    Collection of 3 snaps
479.    Computer Art

                                     HORTICULTURE - JUNIOR CLASSES

PRIZES: 1st- $3.00;         2nd- $2.50;         3rd- $2.00

THE CLASSES BELOW ARE OFFERED AS TO ENCOURAGE YOUNGER EXHIBITORS TO EXPRESS
THEIR TALENTS AND CREATIVITY USING HORTICULTURAL MATERIALS.

3001.    Garden flower arrangement, 10 yrs. and under
3002.    Garden flower arrangement, 11 yrs. to 16
3003.    Miniature arrangement, not to exceed 5” in any direction
3004.    Arrangement in a toy
3005.    Bouquet of pansies, shown with own foliage
3006.    Vegetable creature, made from horticultural material only, 10 yrs. and under. Name the creature
3007.    Vegetable creature, made from horticultural material only, 11 yrs. to l6 yrs. Name the creature
3008.    WEED CONTROL DISTRICT BOARD SPECIAL
          Prizes: 1st - $5.00       2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00
          Best collection of named noxious weeds by a girl of boy, 17 yrs. or under.
          Must be properly mounted. Note: dried & pressed.




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                                                  PET SHOW

DIRECTOR:       Allan Reid

Open to boys and girls 12 years and under. Please bring your own cages if required. This event is planned to take
place as soon as possible after 10:00 a.m. There is no entry fee.
A parade of all participants is planned at the conclusion of the judging of these classes.

Prizes:   1st - 3 Loonies       2nd - 2 Loonies      3rd - 1 Loonie           All Other Entries -   1 Loonie


                 CLASSES

                 1.    Dogs
                 2.    Cats
                 3.    Ponies
                 4.    Calves
                 5.    Guinea Pigs
                 6.    Rabbits
                 7.    Decorated Doll Carriages
                 8.    Decorated Bicycles
                 9.    Doves
                 10.   Hamsters
                 11.   Other Pets
                 12.   Rocking Horse
                 13.   Favourite Animal Toy




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                           SCHOOL WORK (pre-judged)

DIRECTOR - Darlene Reid

PRIZES     1st - $2.00, 2nd - $1.50, 3rd - $1.00

                                  WRITING & PRINTING

540. Kindergarten - Printed Alphabet - Capital Letters
541. Grade 1 - Printed Alphabet - Capital & Lower Case Letters
                           - 4 Lines of Verse
542. Grade 2 - Written Alphabet - Capital & Lower Case Letters
                           - 4 Lines of Verse
543. Grades 3 & 4 – Penmanship - at least 25 lines (original composition –
     75% content & grammar and 25% neatness)
544. Grades 5 & 6 - Penmanship – creative writing project - at least 50 lines
     (75% content & gammar and 25% neatness)
545. Grades 7 & 8 - Penmanship – creative writing project (fiction or non fiction) –
     at least 60 lines (75% content & grammar and 25% neatness)
546. Grades 7 & 8 - Original Poem (can be typed) - at least 8 lines


                                         ART

547.   Kindergarten – Paper Plate Art
548.   Grades 1 & 2 – Paper Plate Art
549.   Grades 1 & 2 - Pencil Drawing
550.   Grades 3 & 4 – Paper Plate Art
551.   Grades 3 & 4 - Creative Art (any medium)
552.   Grades 5–8 – Pencil Drawing
553.   Grades 5–8 – Creative Art (any medium)
554.   Grades 5–8 – Any School Project
555.   Grades 5-8 – Seasonal Holiday Art
556.   Grades 5-8 – Microsoft Publisher Project




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Order of go            MAN - SASK SANCTIONED EVENT
9:00 A.M. Start

 MORNING           July 18, 2011                          FAIR DAY
1. Jack or Jill Benny Showmanship                           39 yrs & over
2. Sr. Showmanship                                          19 to 38 yrs
3. Showmanship                                              15 to 18 yrs
4. Showmanship                                              11 to 14 yrs
5. Showmanship                                              7 to 10 yrs
6. Showmanship                                              Pee-Wee 6 yrs & under
63. Showmanship                                             15 yrs & under
64. Showmanship                                             16 yrs & over
7. Broodmare with Foal at side
8. Foal of the Calendar Year
12. Broodmare with Foal at side
13. Foal of the Calendar Year
51. Broodmare with Foal at side                             under 34”
52. Foal of the Calendar Year
53. Broodmare with Foal at side                             from 34” to 38”
54. Foal of Calendar Year
CHAMPION BEST HALTER FOAL
       RESERVE CHAMPION
9. Filly, Gelding or Stallion                               1 yr
10. Filly, Gelding or Stallion                              2 yrs
14. Filly, Gelding or Stallion                              1 yr
15. Filly, Gelding or Stallion                              2 yrs
11. Mare or Gelding             Saddle Type                 3 yrs & over
16. Mare or Gelding             English or Harness Type     3 yrs & over
59. Filly, Gelding or Stallion  under 34”                   2 yrs
17. Mare or Gelding             Western                     3 yrs & over
60. Filly, Gelding or Stallion  34” to 38”                  2 yrs
61. Yeld Mare or Gelding        under 34”                   3 yrs & over
62. Yeld Mare or Gelding        34” to 38”                  3 yrs & over
55. Stallion                    under 34”                   3 yrs & over
56. Stallion                    34” to 38”                  3 yrs & over
57. Filly, Gelding or Stallion  under 34”                   1 yr
58. Filly, Gelding or Stallion  34” to 38”                  1 yr
18. Group Class                                             3 horses or ponies



CHAMPION MINIATURE HORSE
    RESERVE CHAMPION
CHAMPION PONY
    RESERVE CHAMPION
CHAMPION HORSE
    RESERVE CHAMPION
                              LUNCH BREAK
  AFTERNOON                        IMMEDIATELY AFTER LUNCH
21. Costume Class                        17 yrs & over
19. Leadline (Costume)                   6 yrs & under (must be lead)
20. Costume Class                        7 to 16 yrs
             NO CROSS ENTRY TO ANY OTHER COSTUME CLASS
22. Leadline                             6 yrs & under (must be lead)
23. Walk & Trot                          10 yrs & under (No cross entry to 25)
66. Single Pleasure Driving              34” to 38”
31. Bareback Equitation                  10 yrs & under (No Chaps)
32. Bareback Equitation                  11 to 17 yrs (No Chaps)
33. Bareback Equitation                  18 & over (No Chaps)
28. Basic Seat English                   18 yrs & over
67. Single Roadster                      under 34”
29. Basic Seat English                   14 to 17 yrs
35. Saddle Pony                          under 14.2 h English
30. Basic Seat English                   13 yrs & under
36. Saddle Pony                          under 14.2 h Western
68. Single Roadster                      34” to 38”
38. English Pleasure Hunter Under Saddle 17 yrs & under (Horse/Pony)
69. Best Boy or Girl Driver              15 yrs & under
39. English Pleasure                     18 yrs & over (Horse/Pony)
65. Single Pleasure Driving              under 34”
37. Saddle Pony                          12.2h - 14.2 h English or Western
70. Best Boy or Girl Driver              16 yrs & over
71. Best Lady or Gent Driver             18 yrs & over
34. Jack or Jill Benny Equitation        39 yrs & over
72. Open Pleasure Driving Stake          38” & under
40. Western Pleasure                     14.2 h & over
24. Stock Seat Western                   10 & under      - Walk/Jog
25. Stock Seat Western                   11 -13 yrs      - Walk/Jog/Lope
26. Stock Seat Western                   14 to 17 yrs    - Walk/Jog/Lope
27. Stock Seat Western                   18 yrs & over - Walk/Jog/Lope
44. Senior Western Pleasure              18 yrs & over
43. Junior Western Pleasure              11 - 17 yrs
42. PeeWee Western Pleasure              10 & under
41. Western Pleasure Pony                under 14.2 h
47. Jack or Jill Benny                   39 yrs & over
45. Junior Horse (snaffle or bosal)      2 yrs (English or Western)
46. Junior Horse (snaffle or bosal)      3 to 5 yrs (English or Western)
48. Western Pleasure Sweepstake
49. Saddle Pairs                         English or Western - Walk Trot Lope
50. Family Class                         3 or more members of the same family
                                         English or Western

								
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