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					                                       The Officers and Board of Directors of the
                               Agricultural and Horticultural Society and the Liberal Arts
                                             Society of Rensselaer County


                                             Invite You and Your Family

                                                    to be a part of the

                                               2009 Schaghticoke Fair!

                                              It’s easy, fun and rewarding!

These two Rensselaer County Societies come together to hold their fairs at the same time on the Schaghticoke Fair
Grounds over Labor Day Weekend each year.

This is your Exhibitor Guide to classes and awards for this year’s fair. It has been prepared in accordance with
standards and requirements of the Department of Agriculture and Markets of the State of New York.

All exhibits are pre-entered and entered in compliance with the rules and regulations as outlined in the Exhibitors
Guide.

Entries are now open and will remain so until August 15, 2009

Entries are to be completed on the forms provided in this book and may be mailed or dropped off at the fair or entry
office.

                                                   Entry Office Hours
                                         Saturday, August 15 – 9am to 3pm
                                         Saturday, August 29 – 9am to 3pm
                                         Sunday, August 30 – 1 pm to 5 pm
                              Monday, August 31- Tuesday, September 1 – 9 am to 8 pm
                             Remainder of the fair, hours will be posted at the Entry Office.
                                   Questions: April Marinello, Associate Secretary
                                        amarinello@nycap.rr.com 664-6401
                                     Please note exhibit arrival per department

                                                    Schaghticoke Fair
                                   69 Stillwater Bridge Rd., Schaghticoke, NY 12154
                                            Phone: 753-4411 Fax: 753-7720
                                              www.SchaghticokeFair.com




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AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
OFFICERS
KENNETH LUSKIN................................................... President
PETE BAKAITIS ........................................... Vice President
DAVID MOORE.........................................................Secretary
APRIL MARINELLO .......................................... Assoc. Secretary
JOHN MALM .............................................................Treasurer

DIRECTORS
ROBERT BAILEY                                                         JOHN MALM
PETER BAKAITIS                                                        APRIL MARINELLO
DOROTHY BROCK                                                         DAVID W. MOORE
DANIEL BURNS                                                          WILLIAM MURRAY
JOHN M. HAMILTON                                                      DANIEL REQUATE
PATRICIA HAYES                                                        DOROTHY REQUATE
WILLIAM HAYES                                                         MELVYN ROSE
TERRANCE HOAG                                                         DAVID TARBOX
JOHN LUSKIN                                                           WILLIAM R. TOWN
KENNETH LUSKIN                                                        JANET WEBER

HONORARY DIRECTORS
ROBERT CIPPERLY                                                       ROBERT LUSKIN
DONALD CLICKNER                                                       RICHARD McLAUGHLIN
JOHN DORISKI                                                          FRANCIS O’CONNOR
DALE R. FRENCH                                                        JOANN TARBOX
HENRY GOEBEL, Jr                                                      LEE TRAVER
HOPE GROGAN                                                           WALTER WEHNAU
PEGGY LIPINSKI                                                        PAUL WILEY
                                                                      GILBERT WRIGHT

                                   AGRICULTURAL & LIBERAL ARTS SOCIETY
OFFICERS
Robert Bailey ...................................................... President
Farnam Caird ................................................ Vice President
Norma Hamilton .................................................. Secretary
Patricia Hayes ..................................................... Treasurer

DIRECTORS
ROBERT BAILEY                                                         APRIL MARINELLO
PETER BAKAITIS                                                        WILLIAM MC GREEVY, JR.
DOROTHY BROCK                                                         THERESA MOORE
BRANT CAIRD                                                           MARJORIE O’BRIEN
FARNAM CAIRD                                                          LORRAINE ROSE
NORMA HAMILTON                                                        MELVIN ROSE, SR
PATRICIA HAYES                                                        DAVID SCHMIDT
KEVIN LINDSTEAD                                                       MARYLOU TOWN
BETTY LUSKIN                                                          MARGARET VAN DEUSEN
JANE LUSKIN                                                           JANET WEBER

HONORARY DIRECTORS
GRACE CARTIN                                                          RALPH HARTZELL
FRANK FRISINO                                                         JOHN LUSKIN
PAUL GIFFORD                                                          JOANN TARBOX
HENRY GOEBEL, JR.
                                             Membership forms available in the Main Office




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INDEX


Page

GENERAL RULES ....................................................................................................... 9
DEPARTMENT A - Cattle............................................................................................. 18
DEPARTMENT B - Sheep ............................................................................................ 21
DEPARTMENT B1 - Goats .......................................................................................... 22
DEPARTMENT C - Poultry ........................................................................................ .24
DEPARTMENT E1 - Home Bureau............................................................................ 27
DEPARTMENT F - Grange .......................................................................................... 28
DEPARTMENT H - Fruits ............................................................................................ 29
DEPARTMENT I - Vegetables ..................................................................................... 31
DEPARTMENT J - Flowers .......................................................................................... 34
DEPARTMENT K - Arts & Crafts .............................................................................. . 40
DEPARTMENT K1 - Antiques & Collectibles ............................................................. 55
DEPARTMENT L - Home Making ............................................................................... 59
DEPARTMENT M - School .......................................................................................... 64
DEPARTMENT N - Religion ........................................................................................ 64
DEPARTMENT O - Oxen .............................................................................................. 65
DEPARTMENT P - Horses and Ponies ......................................................................... 72
DEPARTMENT R - Scouts .......................................................................................... . 64
STOCK CAR FOOTBALL ............................................................................................ 66
FIGURE 8 DEMOLITION DERBY………………………………………………… 66
PICK UP TRUCK PULL ............................................................................................... 67
TRACTOR PULL .......................................................................................................... 68
PEDAL TRACTOR PULL ............................................................................................ 71
HORSE PULL ............................................................................................................... 71
COTTONWOOD SQUARE .......................................................................................... 39
FSA AWARD ................................................................................................................ 17
HORSE SHOE PITCHING ..................................................................Inside Back Cover
4-H DEPARTMENT ............................................................................... See Supplement


ADMISSIONS

GATE

FREE PARKING
Admission .......................................................................................................... $10.00
Children 13 and under ........................................................................................ FREE

Wednesday Only (Gates Open at Noon)
Adult Admission ..................................................................................................$5.00
Senior Citizens - 62 and Older (THURSDAY) .................................................. $5.00
Season Pass ……………………. ..................................................................... $30.00




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Seating Ca pacity for Schaghticok e Fair
Grandstand is 2,500.
LEGEND
1. Ticket Offices
2. Announcer’ s Stand
3. Caretaker’s Residence
4. Administration Building
5. Grandstand & Commercial
6. Commercial Exhibit
7. Restaurant
8. Restaurant
9. Machinery Demonstration Area
10. Arts & Craft Building
11. Maintenance Building
12. Pump House
13. Ice Cream Bar
14. Commercial Building
15. Freihofer Building
16. N.Y. State Police
17. Entry Office
18. First Aid (follow red line on r oad)
19. Restaur ant
20. Family Living Center & School Displa y
21. Commercial Building
22. Fire House
23. Fire Chief
24. 4-H Exhibit Hall
25. Dairy Bar
26. N.Y.S. Products Building
27. Clam Bar
28. Poultry Building
29. Restaurant
30. Restaurant
32. Park Entertainment Stage
33. Information Booth
34. Dining Hall
36. Rens. Co. Alliance -
Conservation Building
37. Sheep & Goat Pavilion
39. Milking Parlor
40. Cattle Barns (6)
41. Horse Ring
42. Horse Barn
43. Animal Barn
44. Judging Arena
45. 4-H Snack Bar
46. Old Engine Exhibit
48: Farm Museum
49. Showers
50 Rest Rooms
% Telephones
Rest Rooms
(follow yellow line on road)
40




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WEST FENCE


CATTLE TRAILERS


EXHIBITOR
GATE


DUMPING SECTION

HORSE
TRAILER
PARKING
LOT
MAIN
PARKING
LOT



EXERCISE
AREA


HORSE BARN



STILLWATER BRIDGE ROAD




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                                        The 2009 Schaghticoke Fair
                        Opens Wednesday Noon, September 2 thru Monday, September 7.
                    Exhibit Buildings open at 10:00 am to 10:00 pm except Noon on Wednesday

                          FREE DEMONSTRATIONS, PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES
                                  AND EXHIBITS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
                                              FREE “IN THE PARK”
Wednesday                “Rising Stars Talent Showcase”           1-7PM
Thursday                 “Shot Gun Red & Steve Hall”              4 & 7PM
Friday                   “Southern Rock n’ Roll Party” Mr. Breeze 4 & 8PM
                         “Steppin Out”                            2 & 6PM
Saturday                 “Hair of the Dog”                        4 & 8PM
                         “Chad Burdick”                           2 & 6PM
Sunday                   “The Platters”                           4 & 8PM
                         “Marty Wendell”                          2 & 6PM
Monday                   “Buddy Jewell”                           7PM
                         “Bob Bates”                              2 & 5PM

                                        FREE GRANDSTAND SHOWS
Wednesday                Pick Up Truck Pull               6PM
Thursday                 Farm Tractor Pull                12 & 7PM
Friday                   Modified Tractor & AAA           1 & 7PM
                         Two Wheel Trucks AAA
Saturday                 Rodeo                            1PM
                         Stock Car Football               7PM
                         Fireworks                        10PM
Sunday                   Horse Pull                       11AM
                         Figure 8 Demolition Derby         7PM

Monday                  Demolition Derby                              2 & 7PM

                                            FREE HORSE SHOWS
Wednesday                4-H Horse Show                     All Day
Thursday                 4-H Horse Show                     All Day
Friday                   Draft Horse show                   9:00AM to 2:00PM
                         Open English Horse & Pony          3:30PM
Saturday                 Hunter Jumper Horse Show           8:30AM
Sunday                   Gymkhana                           9:00AM
Monday                   Open Western Horse & Pony Show     9:00AM
                            PROGRAM SUBJECT TO CHANGE


                                    Free Entertainment Throughout The Fair
                                       (Check Program Flyer for locations)
Family Fun Fair                                   Family Activities Throughout the Day

Gary the Silent Clown                             3 Shows Daily (except Wed.) 2, 4, & 6

Buffalo Barfield                                  3 Shows Daily

Jonas Caine, Comedian                             Fri. to Mon. 12-6

IGX (Interactive Game Experience)                 Daily




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                                     NEW YORK STAE ASSOCIATION
                                     OF AGRICULTURAL FAIRS, INC.
                                          STATE WIDE PASS
                                             2010 - $100.00


An official New York State Pass will be available for $100.00. This pass admits ticket holder and one companion, plus
parking when available to any 2010 New York County Fair and the New York State Fair. Five hundred passes are
available for sale on a “first come, first serve” basis. No more will be sold after these are gone.

Passes will be mailed after May 15, 2010.

Passes lost or stolen cannot be replaced.

Proceeds from the sale of these passes will be used to continue the State Association commitment to promote New
York Agriculture.

Send the form below and a large (#10 legal size), stamped, self-addressed envelope for an “official pass” March 1,
2010 to:

                                 New York State Association of Agricultural Fairs, Inc.
                                      Norma W. Hamilton, Executive Secretary
                                                67 Verbeck Avenue
                                          Schaghticoke, New York 12154

                     Requests postmarked before March 1, 2010 will be returned for re-submission




 …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Enclosed please find $100.00 for each pass and a stamped, self-addressed, large (#10 legal size) envelope.


NAME __________________________________________________________________________

ADDRESS _______________________________________________________________________

COUNTY ____________________________________STATE__________ZIP________________

TELEPHONE NO. ___________________________________E-MAIL______________________

Make check payable to: NYS Association of Agricultural Fairs, Inc. Please reserve 2010 pass March 1, 2010.
Requests postmarked before 3-01-10 will be returned for resubmission.




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The Exciting Fun Filled Midway of:

REITHOFFER SHOWS !!!!

FARIGROUNDS WINTER STORAGE

Starting Saturday, Oct.17, 2009 8:00AM-4:00PM
For Information call the
Fair Office at (518) 753-4411




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General Information and Regulations
Competition is open to residents of Rensselaer County and the Town of Easton, Washington County unless otherwise
stated.
                                                           Entries
All exhibits must be pre-entered on entry forms located in the center of this guide and mailed to April Marinello,
Schaghticoke Fair, 69 Stillwater Bridge Road, Schaghticoke, NY 12154. Mailed entries should be received by August
15, 2009. An exhibitor number and tags will be provided for you by the entry office for each item exhibited. Check
specific departments for items eligible for entry. All articles and items entered must have been raised, grown or made
by the person making entry unless otherwise stated.

A fee of 10% of the first award will be charged in all Departments except Poultry which is noted on page 22. There is
no entry fee for the following departments: Church, School, Scouts,4-H, Home Bureau and Grange. Checks made out
to Schaghticoke-Nassau Premium Account must accompany the entry form. The Board of Directors encourage
exhibitors to come to Fair clean up Wednesday, August 13, 2009, starting at 10:00 am.

                                                  **Mailed Entry Tags**
If you would like your exhibitor entry tags mailed to you, send a self addressed stamped envelope, the entry form and
entry fee check and mail it so we receive it by August 11. All others can be picked up at the entry office when you
arrive at the fair with your entries. None will be mailed after August 11.

                                Entries will be received at the fair grounds as follows
Livestock: must be in place by 12 noon, Wednesday, September 2.
Poultry: Tuesday, September 1, 2 - 8 pm & Wednesday, Sept. 2, 8:30 to 11 am.
Grange: must be in place by 9 pm, Tuesday, September 1.
School, Youth, Church, & Scouts: received Monday, August 31, 9 am to 12.
Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Food, Domestic, Arts & Crafts & Items for Gift Shop: received Monday,
August 31, 1 to 8 pm and Tuesday, September 1, 10 am to 1 pm.
If you are exhibiting in more than one of the following departments: Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Food, Domestic, Arts,
& Crafts, you can enter all your exhibits on either Monday August 31 - 1 pm to 8 pm or Tuesday September 1 - 10 am
to 1 pm.
                                            Special Additional Hours
Domestic, Arts & Crafts & Items for Gift Shop - Sunday, August 30, 1 to 5 pm, Fruits and Vegetables - Tuesday,
September 1,1 to 9 pm.
                                                      Judging
Tuesday, September 1, 2009                                    Friday, September 4, 2009
9:30 am - School Religious                                    Youth 9:30 am Dairy
3:00 pm - Domestic, Arts and Crafts                           Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Jersey,
3:00 pm - Homemaking (Food)                                   Shorthorn, Line Back
        4-H Department (except livestock)                     10:00 am Beef
3:00 pm - Fruits and Vegetables                               9:30 am 4-H Horses - open
4:00 pm – Flowers                                             9:00 am 4-H Poultry
                                                              9:30 am - Goats
Wednesday, September 2, 2009 -                                         Saturday, September 5, 2009
4-H Horse Show                                                9:30 am - Dairy
10:00 am - Grange                                                      Holstein & Guernsey
7:00 pm - 4H Rabbits                                          9:30 am- Sheep
Thursday, September 3, 2009                                   Monday, September 7, 2009
4-H Horse                                                     4-H Dairy - All Breeds
10:00 am - Oxen Show                                          4-H Dairy Judging Contest
                                                              4-H Dog Show
Judges are excluded from entering in department they are judging. Awards will be paid according to decisions recorded
by judges. Any protests or complaints must be in writing and presented to superintendent within six hours of cause of
protest, Judges may only be employed for 3 consecutive years. Superintendent are excluded from judging in their
department.




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                                                      Responsibility
While due care will be taken of all entries and security provided, the Fair Association will not be responsible for loss or
damage. The Fair Association will not be responsible for any accident and the Exhibitor must hold the Association
blameless against legal action in such case.
                               Alcohol is not allowed or available on the Fair grounds.

                                                    Award Checks
Checks will be issued and cashed in entry office, Tuesday, September 8, 9 am to 1 pm and 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. All
checks must be cashed by November 13, 2009.

                                                   Removal of Exhibits
Livestock will be released Monday after 9 pm. Poultry released Monday after 10 pm and Tuesday, 9 am to 1 pm. All
other exhibits can be picked up Tuesday, September 8, between 9 am and 1 pm and 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. The
Schaghticoke Fair is open for all exhibits to be enjoyed until 10:00 each night.

                                           Parking and Vehicle Movement
Exhibitors need to secure parking passes from the Treasurer at the main gate. There is limited parking in assigned spots
near some of the camping sites for livestock exhibitors only. All parking regulations are to be strictly followed to allow
for emergency vehicle, waste removal, and to insure the safety of exhibitors and fair goers. No vehicles are to be
moved to the exhibit areas prior to the removal times listed above. Vehicles found in violations of these policies will be
removed at the owners expense.

                                                   Livestock Entries
Livestock needs to have been owned by the exhibitor for at least 30 days prior to entry. Any animal entered in the 4-H
show needs to have been in the care of the exhibitor for a period of at least 60 days prior to entry in the fair. All
exhibits should be entered in the name of the owner. If it is an animal entered in the 4-H show it may be entered in the
name of the exhibitor. 4-H Exhibitors are encouraged to enter livestock in the Open Classes. Fair entry rules and
regulations apply including fees.

                                                    Exhibitor Passes
The Board of Directors appreciate your participation. They have adopted the following pass policy to enable you to see
your exhibit on display and care for your exhibit during the fair. Open class exhibitors may pick up passes at Entry
Office Wednesday, September 2nd.

DEPARTMENTS - C, H, I, J, K, K1, & L : A one day pass will be issued for each $5.00 entry fee paid by AN AGE
ELIGIBLE EXHIBITOR up to a maximum of six.
                             LIVESTOCK - Cattle, Sheep, Goats and Llama
          4-H and Open Livestock exhibitors passes are coordinated and available up to a combined
                              limit as follows. Extra passes may be purchase.
Cattle                1 animal           up to           1 season pass per farm
                      2 animals          up to           2 season passes per farm
                      3-5 animals        up to           3 season passes per farm
                      6-10 animals       up to           4 season passes per farm
                      11 or more         up to           5 season passes per farm
Sheep,Goats
and Llama             1-5 animals        up to           1 season pass per farm
                      6-10 animals       up to           2 season passes per farm
                      11 or more         up to           3 season passes per farm

                                        4-H passes are issued by the 4-H Office.




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                                               Livestock Exhibitor Camping
There are limited campsites for livestock exhibitor - farm/family. It has become necessary for a fee of $25 for duration
of the fair to be charged for these campsites. Requests to reserve a campsite need to call Ike Powers at 686-9668 by
August 8th. The confirmation will be issued by August 15th. If there are more requests than sites, preference
will be given to those exhibitors with the greatest number of animals exhibited and/or the furthest distance from
the fairgrounds. A lottery may be necessary. No campers may be brought to the grounds before the Saturday prior to
the opening of the Fair — August 29. Campsites with water, electric and sewage hookups are available on a first come
first serve basis for $20.00 a day.
                                             Policy on Treatment of Animals
It is our policy that all animals used or exhibited at the Schaghticoke Fair be treated in a humane manner and in
accordance with the law, as defined by statue and by the Courts of the State of New York.

All participants, exhibitors and invites of the Schaghticoke Fair must comply with the provisions of Article 26 of the
Agriculture and Markets Law of the State of New York. In the event that there is a violation of the standards set forth in
application provisions of the laws of the State of New York relative to the prevention of cruelty to animals, the Board
of Directors of the Schaghticoke Fair shall report same to appropriate enforcement officials and shall immediately
terminate the privileges of such participant, exhibitor or invitee. All such persons are therefore advised to familiarize
themselves with the appropriate provisions of the law set forth below.

The mistreatment of animals in New York State is a crime. Section 353 of the Agriculture and Markets Law, provides
in part, as follows:
A person who overdrives, overloads, tortures or cruelly beats or unjustifiably injures, maims, mutilates or kills
any animal, whether wild or tame, and whether belonging to himself or to another, or deprives any animal of
necessary sustenance, food or drink, or neglects or refuses to furnish it such sustenance or drink, or causes,
procures, or permits any animal to be over-driven, overloaded, tortured, cruelly beaten, unjustifiably injured,
maimed, mutilated or killed, or to be deprived of necessary food or drink, or who willfully sets on foot,
instigates, engages in, or in any way furthers any act of cruelty to any animal , or any act tending to produce
such cruelty, is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by imprisonment for not more than one year, or by a fine of
not more than one thousand dollars, or by both.

For purposes of this statute, "animal" means "every living creature except a human being" and "cruelty" includes "every
act, omission or neglect, whereby unjustifiable physical pain, suffering or death is caused or permitted." Agriculture
and Markets Law §350 (1) and (2). This statute is enforced by the police, as well as agents and officers of duly
incorporated humane societies.

New York State law also prohibits fighting between animals or animals and persons. Subdivision one of Section 351 of
the Agriculture and Markets Law defines "animal fighting" as "any fight between cocks or other birds, or between
dogs, bulls, bears or any other animals, or between any such animals and a person or persons, except in exhibitions of a
kind commonly featured at rodeos."

Depending upon the circumstances, a violation of Section 351 of the Agriculture and Markets Law, which is also
enforced by the police and agents and officers of duly incorporated societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals, is
punishable either as a felony or as a misdemeanor. The punishment for a conviction under Section 351 as a felony is
imprisonment not to exceed four years and/or a fine not to exceed $25,000. The punishment for a conviction under the
statue as a misdemeanor is imprisonment not to exceed one year and/or a fine not to exceed $15,000 or $1,000,
depending upon the circumstances.

                             AI202 (3/ 09) NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets
                                            Division of Animal Industry
                                        10B Airline Drive, Albany, NY 12235
                                                    518-457-3502
                                              www.agmkt.state.ny.us
                                          Animal Health Requirements For
                                  Admission to New York State and County Fairs
                              (Part 351 of NYS Agriculture and Markets Regulations)




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General Prohibitions and Requirements
        • No person shall bring or have present an animal on the fairgrounds during a fair which is not qualified under
        NYS regulations.
        • No person shall present an interstate or intrastate certificate of veterinary inspection that has been altered by
        anyone other than the issuing veterinarian or an authorized agent.
        • Animals demonstrating clinical signs or other evidence of infectious, contagious or communicable diseases
        shall not be allowed on the fairgrounds during a fair.
        • Representatives of the Commissioner may deny admission to or require removal from the fair premises, or
        require the segregation of any animal showing signs of or exposed to any infectious, contagious or
        communicable disease.
        Note: The fair board of directors has the authority to reject unworthy or unsightly exhibits for reasons other
        than infectious, contagious or communicable disease (Part 350.10). The state veterinarian or animal health
        inspector will bring questionable exhibits to the attention of the fair board.
   • All animals presented that originate from a location other than New York shall meet all New York State
        importation regulations appropriate to the species in addition to the fair animal health requirements.

Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (CVI)
    • Cattle, sheep, goats, swine, llamas, deer, monkeys, misc. ruminants, camels and elephants require a valid CVI to
         enter the fairgrounds.
    • The CVI must be issued by an accredited veterinarian.
    • All animals must be uniquely identified. All manmade ID must be recorded. Refer to Animal Identification
         section below for more information.
    • The type and duration of certificate required depends on the origin of the livestock.

New York Origin Livestock:
   • A valid intrastate CVI (AI 61) is required.
   • Each animal must be individually identified on the CVI.
   • The CVI must be issued on or after May 1 of the current year.

Out of State Origin Livestock:
         • All animals entering New York State must satisfy import health and test requirements for that species and be
         accompanied by a valid interstate CVI.
    • The interstate CVI is valid for 30 days from the date of issuance. During the fair season (July 1 through Labor
         Day) valid CVI’s can be used multiple times for entrance into fairs. The initial entrance into a fair must be
         within 30 days of issuance. In order for the CVI to be used for a later fair, it must be dated and initialed by a
         state official noting the location of the initial fair. A change in health status or eligibility of an animal
         necessitates the generation of a new CVI.

    • Questions regarding import requirements should be directed to the Division of Animal Industry at 518-457-3971,
    www.agmkt.state.ny.us .

Animal Identification
        • Animals requiring a CVI must be uniquely identified. Acceptable forms of unique identification include
        official eartag, registration tattoo, electronic identification or a sketch or photograph signed and dated by an
        accredited veterinarian who has inspected the individual animal.
        • An eartag with a handwritten or printed number that is not unique is not acceptable.
        • If electronic ID is utilized as the sole form of identification, the exhibitor is responsible for supplying a
        working electronic reader. If electronic ID cannot be read entry will be denied.
        • Acceptable identification allows positive matching of the animal to all accompanying documents including
        papers with laboratory test results and vaccination statements.
        • Horse sketches and descriptions should reference color pattern, hair whorls, chestnuts, scars and other
        markers.
        • Llama and alpaca drawings must positively identify the individual animal.
        • A name or a statement of color without additional distinguishing features or man made identification is not
        acceptable identification.
        • USDA approved scrapie identification is required for all sheep and goats. See the sheep and goat sections
        below for more specific information.




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PREPARATION FOR THE FAIR
         Contagious Diseases: All animals must be free from contagious disease. Examples of contagious diseases for
         which animals have been denied entry or rejected from fairs includes the following: ringworm, warts, mange,
         sore mouth, respiratory infection and contagious hoof infections.
         Animal Identification: Animals must be uniquely identified. Acceptable identification allows positive
         matching of the animal to all accompanying documents including papers with laboratory test results and
         vaccination statements. If a sketch or photograph is to be used for official identification of an animal, the
         sketch or photograph must combine the signature of the attending veterinarian and date. Horse sketches and
         descriptions should reference color pattern, hair whorls, chestnuts, scars and other markings. Llama drawings,
         as for horses, must positively identify the individual animal. A name or a statement of color without additional
         distinguishing features or man made identification is not acceptable identification.
         Follow Drug and Vaccine Withholding Times: In order to prevent the contamination of food products, labeled
         withholding times should be strictly adhered to in food producing animals that have been treated with any
         chemical (drug) or have had vaccine administered.
         Isolation: In addition to the possibility that the stress of moving can result in a healthy animal becoming ill,
         assembling groups of animals increases the chance of exposure to contagious disease. All animals returning
         from a fair or show should be isolated from the herd or flock (no direct or indirect contact) for at least two
         weeks after returning to the premise of ongoing.
         Proof of Vaccination: A signed, written statement from the attending veterinarian is required as proof of
         vaccination. A valid animal health certificate which has the vaccination(s) listed and is signed by the issuing
         veterinarian is acceptable proof of vaccination. The date of vaccination and the name of the products used
         must be listed on all certificates.
         Reasons for Fair Entrance Denial in Past Years
                  Testing requirements not fulfilled
                  No CVI presented or animals not listed on CVI
                  Test time constraints not met
                  Forged documents
                  Mange, Ringworm, Warts, Respiratory Disease or other contagious disease
                  Required vaccination(s) not administered
                  Vaccination time constraints not met
                  Inadequate proof of vaccination
                  Lack of or incomplete identification
                  Identification between documents varies for the same animal
                  Invalid Interstate Charts

Disease status can change. Stay informed about developing animal health issues. Fair entrance requirements may need
to be modified.

Don't wait until the last moment to prepare your animal(s) for the fair. If you have any questions or comments about
entrance requirements, you can contact your regional state veterinarian/veterinary technician or the NYS Department of
Agriculture, Division of Animal Industry, Albany, NY at 518-457-3502.

             The Schaghticoke Fair “requires” all animals be vaccinated against rabies!
Proof of rabies vaccination will be required at all fairs for those species that a USDA licensed vaccine is available
(cattle, cats, dogs, horses, ferrets and sheep). Proof of vaccination must include the signature of the veterinarian (see
page 3). The vaccine must be administered at least 14 days Prior to arrival on the fairgrounds but no greater than the
labeled time specified for active protection against rabies. The animal's rabies vaccination status must remain current
throughout it's stay on the fairgrounds. Rabies vaccination of all other mammalian species is strongly recommended.
Some fairs may require rabies vaccination of mammalian species not indicated on the label. Please inquire locally.

Minimum Age for Vaccination: Animals 105 days of age or older on the date of arrival at the fair must be vaccinated
for rabies (for those species requiring vaccination).

Booster Vaccination: Animal previously vaccinated for rabies but whose vaccine status has expired, are eligible for
exhibition upon receiving a booster vaccination. Proof of previous vaccination is required. (see page 3)

NOTE: Rabies titers in lieu of current rabies vaccination is not acceptable.




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A fourteen day rabies vaccination requirement is the minimum time frame that will help to ensure protection of animals
against rabies while on the fairgrounds.
It is preferable to establish rabies immunity well in advance of the fair season. Keep in mind that a non-
immunized animal (or an animal whose protective vaccination status has expired), exposed to rabies virus prior
to receiving it's vaccination, is not likely to be protected. Exhibitors should consult with their veterinarian about
vaccinating their animals) against rabies as soon as possible. As animals receive their booster vaccination, we will
be developing a population that is protected against rabies to the broadest degree possible.

Rabies Vaccination
        • Current rabies vaccination is required for all species for which there is a USDA licensed vaccine available
        (cattle, horses, sheep, dog, cat, ferret) and that are 105 days or older on the date of admission to the fair.
        • An animal is currently vaccinated beginning 14 days following primary (initial) vaccination continuing for
        the period stated in the manufacturer’s instructions.
        • Rabies vaccine label instructions allow vaccination as early as 84 days of age. This allows a one week
        window between 84 and 91 days of age (105 minus 14 days) where vaccine can be administered to meet the
        105 day requirement.
        • If an animal reaches the minimum age for rabies vaccination during the fair season, the vaccination
        requirement must be met even if the animal was previously admitted to a fair when too young to vaccinate.
        • Note: Individual fairs can require animals for which there is no approved rabies vaccine to be currently
        vaccinated for rabies. The requirements outlined above would apply. The fair is responsible for notifying
        exhibitors.
Acceptable Proof of Rabies Vaccination
        • Acceptable proof of rabies vaccination must include a signed written statement from the attending
        veterinarian or a valid certificate of veterinary inspection that has the vaccination listed and is signed by the
        attending veterinarian.
        • Acceptable proof of vaccination must include the name of the product used, the date of administration and
        the duration of immunity if longer than one year.
        • If the statement of rabies vaccination is included on an EIA test record, it must be signed separately in
        addition to the required EIA test record signature.
        • NOTE: Rabies titers are not acceptable proof of rabies protection and cannot be used to meet entry
        requirements.
        • Acceptable proof of vaccination for dogs is a valid vaccination certificate or a copy of the dog license that
        contains the rabies vaccination information.

BVD-PI Testing
   • All cattle exhibited at NY county fairs or the State Fair must be negative to an approved test appropriate to detect
   Bovine Viral Diarrhea persistent infection (BVD-PI). Also, starting in 2009, all llamas, alpacas, guanacos and
   vicunas (new world camelids) must be test negative for BVD-PI. This is a once in a lifetime test that must be
   reported on the required certificate of veterinary inspection. The issuing veterinarian is responsible for verifying
   the validity of the test, the identification of the animal and recording the test date on the CVI. If a previous test is
   not verifiable the test must be repeated.

Cattle Testing:
    • Currently acceptable BVD tests for cattle less than 61 days old:
              o Skin notch Antigen Capture ELISA (ACE) or Immunohistochemistry (IHC)
              o whole blood virus isolation
              o whole blood PCR
    • Currently acceptable BVD tests for cattle 61 days of age and older:
              o Skin notch Antigen Capture ELISA (ACE) or
    Immunohistochemistry (IHC)
              o Serum or milk Antigen Capture ELISA (ACE)
              o Whole blood virus isolation
              o Whole blood, serum or plasma PCR

Note: The Animal Health Diagnostic Center at Cornell University can conduct testing on pools of up to 10 cattle.
Llama, Alpaca, Guanaco, Vicuna Testing
        • Currently Acceptable BVD tests:
                 o PCR



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                   o Whole blood virus isolation
Note: The Animal Health Diagnostic Center at Cornell University can pool llama, etc. samples for PCR testing as
follows: Animals less than 61 days of age can be tested in pools of 2 animals, whole blood only. Animals 61 days of
age and older can be tested in pools of 5 animals using whole blood, serum or plasma.
Cleaning and Disinfection
     • All buildings on the fairgrounds housing animals must be cleaned and disinfected prior to the opening of the fair
          and between groups of animals when housing is rotated (Section 50.2 of Agriculture and Market regulations).

Kidding and Lambing
        • Due to the concern about the spread of scrapie, any sheep or goats that are exhibited at a county fair that
        have recently given birth or have a vaginal discharge, will be ordered removed along with their offspring.
        • The causative agent for scrapie may be present in high concentration in fluids associated with birth and the
        risk of transmission is considered highest at that time.

Commingling of Sheep and Cattle
   • Due to the potential spread of malignant catarrhal fever from sheep to cattle, it is recommended that cattle be kept
       separate from sheep.

Isolation on Returning Home
         • The owner or custodian shall keep show animals biologically separate from the herd or flock for a period of
         at least two weeks after returning to the premises of origin.

Individual Species Requirements
Horses
    • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) is not required for New York origin horses. CVI is required for
        imported horses.
    • Negative Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) test is required for all horses 6 months of age or older. The horse must
        be accompanied by a valid negative EIA test record. The test must have been conducted during the current or
        previous calendar years for New York origin horses. For imported horses, the test must be conducted within
        12 months of entry.
    • The EIA test certificate must include a complete description of the horse.
    • Current rabies vaccination is required for all horses 105 days of age or older (see above).

Cattle
    • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with animals individually identified.
    • Current rabies vaccination is required for all cattle 105 days of age or older (see above).
    • All cattle must be must be negative to an approved test appropriate to detect Bovine Viral Diarrhea persistent
        infection (BVD-PI). (See current acceptable tests above.) The date and results of the testing must be noted on
        the certificate of veterinary inspection.
    • All cattle must be currently vaccinated against bovine respiratory disease complex including bovine respiratory
        syncytial virus, bovine virus diarrhea, infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and parainfluenza with a product
        administered in a manner and time frame adequate to confer protective immunity for theses diseases for the
        duration of the fair.

Sheep
        • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with animals individually identified with USDA approved individual
        scrapie program identification. Identification must be one of the following: 1) USDA approved tags or 2) a
        USDA approved flock tattoo or 3) electronic ID if the sheep is enrolled in the Scrapie Flock Certification
        Program (owner must supply a working electronic reader).
        For information on scrapie ID, contact USDA at 518-218-7540.
   • Current rabies vaccination is required for all sheep 105 days of age or older (see above).
   • The CVI must contain a written statement from the issuing accredited veterinarian that the flock of origin was
        inspected after May 1 of the current year and no evidence of contagious, infectious or communicable diseases
        was found.
   • If evidence of soremouth (contagious ecthyma) is found on any sheep, the entire exhibit including the affected
        animals shall immediately be removed from the fair premises with the holding pens cleaned and disinfected
        immediately after removal.
Goats



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          • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with animals individually identified with USDA approved individual
          scrapie program identification. Identification must be one of the following: 1) USDA approved tags or 2) a
          legible registration tattoo with official registration paper accompanying the animal or 3) a USDA approved
          herd tattoo or 4) electronic ID if the goat is enrolled in the Scrapie Flock Certification Program and/or the
          electronic ID is recorded on the goats registration paper (owner must supply a working electronic reader).

    For information on scrapie ID, contact USDA at 518-218-7540.
         • The CVI must contain a written statement from the issuing accredited veterinarian that the herd of origin was
         inspected after May 1 of the current year and no evidence of contagious, infectious or communicable diseases
         was found.
         • If evidence of soremouth (contagious ecthyma) is found on any goat, the entire exhibit including the affected
         animals shall immediately be removed
     from the fair premises with the holding pens cleaned and disinfected immediately after removal.

Swine
          • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with animals individually identified.

Llamas, Alpacas, Guanacos and Vicunas (New world camelids)
        • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with animals individually identified.
        • All llamas, etc. must be negative to an approved test appropriate to detect Bovine Viral Diarrhea persistent
        infection (BVD-PI). (See current acceptable tests above.) The date and results of the testing must be noted on
        the certificate of veterinary inspection.

Poultry
          • Poultry (with the exception of doves, pigeons and waterfowl) must be accompanied by 1) results of a
          negative pullorum typhoid test conducted within 90 days prior to exhibition OR 2) proof that the birds
          originated directly from a US pullorum-typhoid clean flock or equivalent flock.

Deer (Cervidae)
        • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with animals individually identified.
        • Originate from a herd classified as accredited or qualified under USDA tuberculosis regulations.
        • A movement permit obtained from the Division of Animal Industry is required for all deer movements. All
        CWD and TB program requirements must be met before a permit will be issued. Questions regarding
        movement permits should be directed to the Division of Animal Industry at 518-457-3971.

Miscellaneous Ruminants / Camels
        • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with animals individually identified.

Elephants
        • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with animals individually identified.
        • All elephants presented for admission to a fair must be exhibited pursuant to a current USDA license.

Non-human Primates
       • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with animals individually identified.
       • Proof of a negative tuberculosis test performed within 12 months of admission.




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                                          FAIR INSPECTION PROCEDURES
County fair officials are responsible for reviewing all certificates of veterinary inspection (CVI) for compliance with
state regulations and for verifying individual identification of exhibited animals presented on a valid CVI. (Currently, a
CVI is required for cattle, sheep, goats, swine, deer, llamas, monkeys, elephants, camels and miscellaneous ruminants.)
The county fair official is responsible for rejecting any animal that does not meet the documentation requirements or is
not properly identified. A rejection document must be issued for all rejections. The county fair official must sign or
stamp all satisfactory CVl's and indicate the date inspected.

Division of Animal Industry (DAI) veterinarians and veterinary technicians are responsible for conducting an animal
health inspection of all animals at the fair with the exception of horses (see below). The initial inspection will be
conducted at or shortly after the arrival of the animals. Specific animal arrival and inspection schedules must be
established and adhered to.

Daily walk-through inspections will be conducted by DAI personnel. Fair officials are responsible for bringing any
animal health concerns to the attention of the DAI veterinarian or technician.

Horse show personnel are responsible for reviewing EIA and rabies vaccination documentation for all horses entering
the grounds for compliance with current regulations. The horse show report supplied by DAI must be completed and
returned to DAI personnel. Any equine health concerns must be reported to DAI personnel.

NOTE: State Fair Procedures
CVI and animal health inspections will be conducted by DAI personnel. All horses will be inspected at the horse check
station. State Fair personnel are required to assist the veterinarian and veterinary technician as requested to facilitate the
inspections.

                                          ANIMAL HEALTH REJECTIONS
All animal rejections for health reasons must be made by the DAI veterinarian. Suspicion of communicable disease is
adequate grounds for rejection. Confirmed diagnosis is not required since timely removal of suspicious animals is
necessary to protect the remaining animals. All decisions are final. Fair personnel will be notified of all rejections and
are responsible for removal of the animals from the grounds immediately. The State Veterinarian retains the authority
to order the removal of all animals originating from the same premises when a potentially serious communicable
disease is suspected in any animals in the group. Vesicular diseases are of particular concern. Animals listed on the
same CVI or originating from the same address are assumed to be from the same premises.

                                           LIVE ANIMALS AS PRIZES
Under Section 358-a of Article 26 of the NYS Agriculture and Markets Law, live animals are not allowed to be given
away as prizes in any game, drawing, contest, sweepstakes or other promotion.

The exceptions are purebred livestock and fish. Animals can also be given away as part of a bonafide education
program. Enforcement is carried out by peace officers or agents of an incorporated SPCA.



                                            Section 20
                                  Farm Service Agency FSA Award
                                          Frank Bender, Executive Director
A $50.00 cash award will be presented from the FSA-County Committee Members to the best noncommercial exhibit
on display at the Schaghticoke Fair. The theme for the exhibit will be "The Importance of Agriculture in Rensselaer
County".

Please inform the entry office personnel of your desire to be considered for this award. Judging will be by current FSA-
County Committee.
Content Points
Stopping Power........... ........ 30        Effort................................... 10 Appearance of Exhibit.... ............... 25
Educational Value........ ....... 25         Use of County Ag Facts... .. 10




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                                             DEPARTMENT A
                                                        Cattle
                                     Superintendent- Daniel Requate- 753-6636
                    Committee - Dan Requate, Chairman; Tom Kugler, Dave Tarbox, Peter Bertram,
                                   David Moore, Edward Powers, April Marinello

Arrival: All Cattle                           Wednesday, September 2              Before 12 noon
Show Dates:                                   Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Jersey,               9:30 Fri.
                                              Milking Shorthorn & Line Back                9:30 Fri.
                                              Holstein & Guernsey                          9:30 Sat.
                                              Beef, 4H and Open                            10:00 Fri.
Dismissal: All Cattle                                                                      After 9pm, Mon.
Entry Fee:                                    10% of 1st place award – Due with entry by 8/15/09
Exhibitors:                                   Residence of Rensselaer County and Town of Easton, Washington
                                              County. Other counties are invited as space and facilities allow. For those
                                              interested see camping information in General Information and
                                              Regulations in front of this guide.

NOTE: ANY CATTLE TRAILERS PARKED FOR THE DURATION OF THE FAIR MUST BE PARKED
AGAINST THE WEST FENCE.
                                                      Requirements
All cattle must be pre-entered by August 15, 2009. Stall cards for display are available in entry office. Animals
exhibited must have been owned by exhibitor for at least 30 days prior to opening of the fair, except in Get-of-Sire and
Produce of Dam classes. Exhibitor can be members of an immediate family (enter under one name or farm name).
Registration papers for proof of ownership must accompany animals. Leased animals must have been leased 30 days
prior to the fair for one year or more and remain in herd for period of the lease. Health requirements are listed in
General Information and Regulations in the front of this guide. Health papers need to be shown to superintendent
before animals are admitted. Someone needs to be in attendance of cattle at all time. In single classes and group classes
an exhibitor may show as many animals as entered but not take more than two awards under any one class. All animals
exhibited in group classes must have been exhibited in their proper individual classes first.

                                                      Definitions
Dairy Herd: 3 cows, 2 years old or older that have calved at least once. Senior Get-of Sire: 3 animals, get of one sire. 2
years of age or older. Produce of Dam: 2 animals, any age, produce of one cow, name Dam. Daughter Dam: Daughter
Dam, any age. Sr. Best Three Females: Having calved, bred and owned by exhibitor. Jr. Best Three Females: under 2
years, bred and owned by exhibitor. Production Class - DHI 203-Cow page required for proof on day of show.
Holstein: 125,000lbs. Other dairy: 100,000 lbs.

                                      Awards: Holsteins are paid thru 15 places
                                       All other breeds are paid thru 10 places
                                              Registered Dairy Cattle
                 Section 1 - Ayrshires                                 Section 6 - Normandy
                 Section 2 - Brown Swiss                               Section 7 - Guernseys
                 Section 3 - Jerseys                                   Section 8 - Holsteins
                 Section 4 - Lineback                                  Section 9 – Any other
                 Section 5 - Shorthorns
Class            Award                               1st      2nd      3rd      4th      5th         6-15
1 Junior Heifer Calf (born after 3/1/08 and          19       18       16       15       14          9
over 4 mos. old)
2 Intermediate Heifer Calf (born between              19      18       16       15       14          9
12/1/08 and 2/28/09)
3 Senior Heifer Calf (born between 9/1/08            19       18       16       15       14          9
and 11/30/08)
4 Summer Yearling (born between 6/1/08               22       20       19       18       17          12
and 8/31/08)
5 Junior Yearling (born between 3/1/08               22       20       19       18       17          12
and 5/31/08)



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6 Intermediate Senior Yearling (born                 22      20      19       18    17      12
between 12/1/07 and 2/28/08)
7 Senior Yearling (born between 9/1/07               22      20      19       18    17      12
and 11/30/07)
8 Junior Champion                                    Ribbon
9 Jr. Best 3 Females*                                29      27      25       23     21      16
10 Dry Cow (born after 8/31/04)                      24      20      18       17    16      11
11 Dry Aged Cow (born before 8/31/04)                24      20      18       17    16      11
12 Junior 2 Year Old (born between 3/1/07            25      23      21       20    19      14
and 8/31/07)
13 Senior 2 Year Old (born between 9/1/06            25      23      21       20    19      14
and 2/28/07)
14 Junior 3 Year Old (born between 3/1/06            28      26      24       22    20      13
and 8/31/06)
15 Senior 3 Year Old (born between 9/1/05            28      26      24       22    20      13
and 2/28/06)
16 Four Year Old (born between 9/1/04                32      30      28       26    24      15
and 8/31/05)
17 Five Year Old (born between 9/1/03                33      31      29       27    25      16
and 8/31/04)
18 Six to Ten Year Old (born before 9/1/03           33      31      29       27    25      16
and after 8/31/99)
19 Production Class                                  33      31      29
Holstein 125,000 lbs
All other dairy 100,000 lbs (Proof required on show day – DHI 203 Cow Page)
20 Best Udder (No entry picked by Judge)             23      21      19       17    16      11
21 Sr. Champion                                              Ribbon
22 Grand Champion                                            Ribbon
23 Produce of Dam (2 offspring of 1 cow)             24       22     20       18    16      11
24 Daughter - Dam                                    24      22      20       18    16      11
25 Sr. Best 3 Females (bred and owned by exhibitor 30        28      26       24    22      17
26 Dairy Herd (3 cows, 2 yrs. or older               36      32      26       23    22      17
that have calved at least once)
27 Sr. Get of Sire (3 animals, 2 yrs or              30      28      26       24    22      17
older by the same sire)
28 Premier Breeder                                           Rosette
29 Reserve Premier Breeder                                   Rosette

                                            Registered Beef Cattle
                 Section 11 - Aberdeen Angus                       Section 13 - Charolais
                 Section 12 - Herefords                            Section 14 - Simmeatal
                                                                   Section 15- Any Other
                                      (Open to Hudson River Valley Clubs)

Class            Award                             1st        2nd   3rd       4th   5th     6-15

1 Junior Bull Calves, calved after                 $20        $18   $17       $16   $15     $10
March 1, 2008
2 Intermediate Bull Calves, calved between         21         19    18        17    16      11
January 1 & February 28, 2008
2 Senior Bull Calves, calved between               21         19    18        17    16      11
September 1 & December 31, 2008
3 Summer Yearling Bulls, calved between            22         20    19        18    17      12
May 1 & August 31, 2008
4 Junior Yearling Bulls, calved between            23         22    20        19    18      13
January 1 & April 30, 2008
5 Senior Yearling Bulls calved between             24         23    21        19    18      13
September 1 & December 31, 2007



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6 Two Bulls, bred and owned by exhibitor             27        24      21      19        18       13
7 Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Bull                                  Rosette
8 Junior Heifer Calves, calved after                 19        17      16      15        14       9
March 1, 2008
9 Intermediate Heifer Calves, calved                 19        17      16        15      14       9
 between January 1 & February 28, 2009
10 Calf Champion & Reserve                                             Rosette
11 Senior Heifer Calves, calved between              20        18      17      16        15       10
September 1 & December 31, 2008
12 Summer Yearling Heifer, calved between            21        19      18        17      16       11
May 1 & August 31, 2008
13 Junior Yearling Heifer, calved between            22        20      19        18      17       12
March 1 & April 30, 2007
14. Junior Champion Female & Reserve                                   Rosette
15 Intermediate Yearling Heifer, calved between      22        20      19      18        17       12
    January 1 & February 28, 2007
16 Senior Yearling Heifer, calved between            23        22      20        19      18       13
    September 1 & December 31, 2006
17 Senior Champion Female & Reserve                                    Rosette
18 Grand Champion Female & Reserve                                     Rosette
19 Two year old cow and nursing calf                 24        23      21      19        18       13
20 Three year old & over cow & nursing calf          27        24      21      19        18       13
21 Grand Champion Cow-Calf & Reserve                                   Rosette
22 Get-of-Sire. Four animals all by one Sire
    both sex represented and owned by exhibitor.     36        33      30        27      24       17
23 Two Females, bred and owned by exhibitor          33        30      27        24      21       14
24 Pair Yearlings, one junior or summer bull
    and one junior, intermediate or summer
    yearling heifer                                  27        24      21        19      17       11
25 Pair calves, one senior or junior bull            24        22      20        18      16       10
    calf, one senior, intermediate, or junior
    heifer calf
26 Premier Exhibitor & Reserve                                         Rosette
    Premium Breeder & Reserve
27 All Breeds, Champion - includes Female,                             Rosette
    Bull, Cow-Calf and Steer Champions
                                                     Section 18
Class           Award                                1st     2nd       3rd       4th     5th      6-15
1 Fat Steer, calved before                           50      40        35        20      15       10
    September 11, 2007
2 Fat Steer, calved Sept. 12, 2007 and after         40        35      30      20        15       10
3 Pair of Steers, same Farm/Family                   40        35      30      20        15       10
4 Grand Champion Steer & Reserve                                       Rosette

                                                    Herdsman Awards
                                             Section 19 -Herdsman Awards
Prize money will be awarded the Cattle Exhibitors who qualify as to standards established by the Fair Committee for
cleanliness and attractiveness of their exhibit during the Fair. While no entry fee is required you must enter under
Section 19 Entry Form.

Class 1 - Awarded by Schaghticoke Fair - $30 - $25 - $20 - $15 - $10 - Dairy & Beef Prize money awarded on basis of
cleanliness, attractiveness and educational value to fairgoer.
Class 2 - Awarded in memory of Jim Donnon - $25 - $15 - $10 - Dairy Only

                                                 SPECIAL NOTICE
Following instructions of the State Department of Agriculture and Markets, the Cattle Barns and other Buildings will
be cleaned and disinfected before the opening of Fair.




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                                             DEPARTMENT B
                                                 Sheep
                              Superintendents - Martha and Frank Reed- 477-5306
               Committee: Dottie Cross, Lanie Crandall, Virginia Lavin, Bernie Wiesen, April Marinello

Arrival: Livestock                   Wednesday, Sept. 2                              Before 12 noon
Show Dates:                          Open and 4-H                                    9:30 am Saturday
Dismissal:                           All Sheep                                       After 9 pm, Mon., 9/7/09
Entry Fee:                           10% of 1st place award                          Due with pre-entry by 8/15/09
Exhibitors:                          Residence of Rensselaer County and Town of Easton, Washington County. Other
                                     counties are invited as space and facilities allow. For those interested see camping
                                     information in General Information and Regulations in the front of this book.
                                     Rabies requirements are in the front of book on page 17.

Absolutely no sales of products are allowed from the stalls or “For Sale” signs allowed in stall area.

                                                     Requirements
All Sheep must be pre-entered by August 15, 2009. Animals exhibited must have been owned by exhibitor for at least
30 days prior to opening of the fair. Health requirements are listed in General Information and Regulations in the front
of this guide and must be adhered to. Health papers need to be shown to superintendent before animals are admitted.
All animals will be checked for Contagious Ecthyma (Sore Mouth) before unloading. Registration papers for proof of
ownership must accompany animals. Awards will be paid on registered sheep only except in designated Grade classes.
Exhibitors are allowed no more than two (2) entries per class. Third prize will be paid only if there is class competition.
No more than four breeds or varieties can be shown by one family or farm. Sheep cannot compete for more than one
award except in flock and pen classes. Exhibitors are asked to have farm displays and exhibits up by start of fair.

                                                      Definitions
Flock: 1 ram, 6 months or over; 1 ewe, 2 year or over; 1 ewe, 1 year old; 1 ewe lamb
Breeders Pure Bred Flock: 1 ram, 6 months or older; 2 ewes, 1 year old; 2 ewe lambs breed and raised by exhibitor

                                                    Registered Sheep
                  Section 1 - Southdowns                                  Section 9 – Corriedale
                  Section 2 - Lincoln                                     Section 10 - Suffolks
                  Section 3 - Shropshires                                 Section 11 - Rommey
                  Section 4 - Dorset                                      Section 12 - Columbia
                  Section 5 - Oxford                                      Section 13 - Rambouillet
                  Section 6 - Hampshire                                   Section 14 - Montadale
                  Section 7 - Tunis                                       Section 15 - Colored
                  Section 8 - Cheviot                                     Section 16 - Any other

Class                                                                              Award
1 Ram, 2 yrs. or over                                            $17.50            $14.00            $10.50
2 Ram, 1 yr. old & under 2yrs.                                   16.00             13.00             9.50
3 Ram Lamb                                                       14.50             11.00             9.00
4 Ewe, 2 yrs. or over                                            17.00             14.00             11.00
5 Ewe, 1 yr. old and under 2yrs.                                 16.00             13.00             9.50
6 Ewe Lamb                                                       14.50             11.00             9.00
7 Dam & Daughter                                                 17.00             14.00             11.00
8 Pen of 3 Lambs, either sex or mixed                            17.50             14.50             11.00
9 Breeders Pure Bred Flock                                       21.00             16.00             12.00
10 Flock                                                         21.00             16.00             12.00

All classes – Ribbon Only
11 Champion Ewe                               12 Reserve Champion Ewe
13 Champion Ram                               14 Reserve Champion Ram
15 Best Ram Best Ewe




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                                                   Grade Sheep
                                               Section 19 - Grades
Grades or Commercial - Flocks to be headed by registered ram
Class                                                                           Award
1 Aged Ewe, 2yrs. &older                                     $15.00             $12.00            $11.00
2 Ewe, 1 yr. & Under 2yrs.                                   14.00              11.00             10.00
3 Ewe Lamb                                                   12.50              10.00             10.00
4 Pen or 3 Lambs Wethers or Ewes                             15.50              12.50             11.00
5 Dam & Daughter                                             15.00              12.00             11.00
6 Flock                                                      19.00              14.00             12.00

                                                SECTION 21 - Fleece
Class                                                                           Award
1 Fine Wool               $9.00             $7.00              $5.00            $4.00             $3.00
2 Medium Wool             9.00              7.00               5.00             4.00              3.00
3 Coarse Wool             9.00              7.00               5.00             4.00              3.00
4 Colored Wool            9.00              7.00               5.00             4.00              3.00

                                      SECTION 23- Showmanship (all ages)
                    1                 2            3              4                         5
Awards:          $22.00            $19.50       $17.00         $14.50                    $12.00

                                    SECTION 24 - Shepherdship Award – $25.00
This award will go to the exhibitor who demonstrates knowledge of the sheep industry, presents an educational exhibit
in the Sheep and Goat Barn and maintains a helpful attitude to other exhibitors and fair goers. Enter under Section 24
on entry form. No entry fee required. Judging will be done on a peer system with the Superintendents and Committee
making the final decision.

                                               Department B-1
                                                    Dairy Goats
                               Superintendents - Martha and Frank Reed- 477-5306

Arrival:                           All Goats Wednesday, September 2                      Before 12 noon

Show Dates:                        Open and 4-H                                          9:30 am Friday

Dismissal:                         All Goats                                    After 9:00 pm, Mon.

Entry Fee:                         10% 1st place award                 Due with pre-entry by 8/15/09

Exhibitors:                        Residence of Rensselaer County and Town of Easton, Washington County.
                                   Children 12 & under may show if not a 4-H member.

For those interested see camping information in General Information and Regulations in front of this guide. Rabies
requirements are in the front book on page 17.




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                                                     Requirements
All goats must be pre-entered by August 15, 2009. Animals exhibited must have been owned by exhibitor by June 15th
of current year. ADGA rules shall govern. Health requirements are listed in General Information and Regulations in
front of this guide and must be adhered to. Health papers need to be shown to superintendent before animals are
admitted. Animals with horns are not allowed. Registration papers, recordation of certificate, or appropriately dated bill
of sale, for proof of ownership must accompany all animals. ADGA, AGS or MDGA will be accepted for animals
under 6 months old. Base date for computing age of does is September 1 of current year. Tattoos must be legible. In
special classes where borrowing is allowed, written permission of owner must be given prior to entry. Only animals
entered in show will be housed. Exhibitors provide their own feed. Animals shown in group classes must have been
shown in individual classes prior. Awards will be paid to no more than two (2) places per class. Classes maybe
combined. Does nursing will be excluded.
Note -There will be a supervised milk out between 4pm and 7pm the day before the show.

                                                        Definitions
Get of Sire: 3 does, Get of one Sire and at least one in milk. Name Sire. Borrowing allowed
Produce of Dam: 2 does, the Get of one Dam. Dam named. Borrowing allowed.
Dam & daughter: one dam and her daughter
Best of 3 Females: 3 does, All owned by exhibitor or exhibitor’s family

                  Section A. - Alpine                                    Section F. – Toggenburg
                  Section B. - LaMancha                                  Section G. - Nigerian Dwarves
                  Section C. - Nubian                                    Section H. - Minature Dairy
                  Section D. - Oberhasli                                 Section I. - Recorded Grades
                  Section E. - Saanen                                    Section J. - Children 12 &
                                                                         Under (not in 4-H)

Class:                                                                            Award
1 2 months - under 4 months                                     $10.00            $7.00             $5.00
2 4 months - under 8 months                                     10.00             7.00              5.00
3 8 months - under 12 months                                    10.00             7.00              5.00
4 12 months - under 24 months                                   10.00             7.00              5.00
5 Junior Champion                                                                 Ribbon
6 Reserve Junior Champion                                                         Ribbon
7 Under 2 years                                                 $12.00             $9.00            $6.00
8 2 - 3 years                                                   $12.00             $9.00            $6.00
9 3 - 5 years                                                   $12.00             $9.00            $6.00
10 5 & older                                                    $12.00             $9.00            $6.00
11 Senior Champ:                                                                  Ribbon
Reserve Senior Champion                                                           Ribbon
12 Grand Champion                                                                 Ribbon
Reserve Grand Champion                                                            Ribbon
13 Get of Sire                                                  $14.00            $9.00             $6.00
14 Dam & Daughter                                               $14.00            $9.00             $6.00
15 Produce of Dam                                               $14.00            $9.00             $6.00
16 Best of 3 Females                                            $14.00            $9.00             $6.00
17 Best of Breed                                                                  Ribbon
18 Best Doe in Show                                                               Ribbon

                                    SECTION N - Herdsmanship Award – $25.00
This award will go to the exhibitor who demonstrates knowledge of the goat industry, presents an educational exhibit in
the Sheep and Goat Barn and maintains a helpful attitude to other exhibitors and fair goers. While no entry fee is
required, you must enter on entry form under Section N.

Judging will be done on a peer system with the Superintendents and Committee making the final decision.




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                                               Department – C
                                                       Poultry
                                  Poultry Superintendent – Ben Luskin: 753-6134

Arrival:                             All Poultry                         2:00 pm-8:00 pm Tues., 9/1/09
                                                                         8:30 am -11:00 am Wed., 9/2/09

Judging:                             Open Class and 4-H                          9:00 am Fri., 9/4/09

Dismissal:                           All Poultry                                 After 10:00 pm, Mon.
                                                                                 9:00 am -1:00 pm, Tues.

Entry Fee:                           $0.50 for Single Bird Entry         Due with pre-entry, 8/15/09
                                     $0.86 for Trios Entry

Exhibitors:                          Residence of Rensselaer County and Town of Easton, Washington County

                                                       Requirements
All poultry must be pre-entered by August 15, 2008. Poultry exhibited must be in the name of the owner. The latest
edition of American Standard of Perfection will be the guide of the judges in awarding prizes. The show is judged by
comparison. All specimens shall be exhibited in their natural conditions, with the exception of game. Pulling feathers,
coloring, inserting or splicing feathers and similar practice is prohibited and will result in disqualification. Health
requirements are listed in the General Information and Regulations in front of this guide and must be adhered to.
Poultry showing signs of illness at anytime will be removed and cared for until owner is notified and birds returned to
owner. In the event of Avian Influenza in New York, the show is subject to cancellation. Birds will be fed and watered
by fair personnel.

   Birds must have been tested for Pullorum Typhoid prior to fair and certification presented. If birds were
  hatched from a certified hatchery during the current year, testing is not needed. However, proof of the date
                               purchased and hatchery name must be provided.

                                                       Definitions
Trio - one (1) cock and two (2) hens or one (1) cockerel and two (2) pullets.
Old and young trios compete separately in exhibition trios.
Birds entered in trios may also be entered in individual classes (1, 2, 3, 4)

Awards:                                                         1                2
Single Birds                                                    $3.30            $1.80
Trios                                                           $5.70            $4.50

Use the following class numbers for all sections:

                  Class 1 Cock                                  Class 4 Pullet
                  Class 2 Hen                                   Class 5 Old Trio
                  Class 3 Cockerel                              Class 6 Young Trio
AMERICAN                                                        13 Silver Laced Wyandotte
                                                                14 Golden Laced Wyandotte
1 Barred Rock              7 White Wyandotte                    15 S.C. Rhode Island Red
2 White Rock               8 Buff Wyandotte                     16 R.C. Rhode Island Red
3 Buff Rock                9 Black Wyandotte                    17 New Hampshire
4 Columbian Rock           10 Columbian Wyandotte               18 White Giant
5 Partridge Rock           11 Partridge Wyandotte               19 Black Giant
6 Silver Pencilled Rock    12 Silver Pencilled Wyandotte        20 Dominique




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MEDITERRANEAN
25 S.C. White Leghorn          31 S.C. Light Brown Leghorn       37 White Faced Black Spanish
26 R.C. White Leghorn          32 R.C. Light Brown Leghorn       38 S.C. Black Minorca
27 S.C. Buff Leghorn           33 S.C. Silver Leghorn            39 S.C. White Minorca
28 S.C. Black Leghorn          34 S.C. Ancona                    40 S.C. Buff Minorca
29 S.C. Dark Brown Leghorn     35 R.C. Ancona                    41 Buttercups
30 R.C. Dark Brown Leghorn     36 Blue Andalusian

ASIATIC
45 Light Brahma                48 Black Cochin           51 Buff Cochin
46 Dark Brahma                 49 White Cochin           52 Partridge Cochin
47 Buff Brahma                 50 Blue Cochin            53 White Langshan
                                                         54 Black Langshan

ENGLISH
60 White Orpington             63 Speckled Sussex                66 White Cornish
61 Buff Orpington              64 Black Australorp               67 Dark Cornish
62 Black Orpington             65 Silver Grey Dorking            68 White Laced Red Cornish

CONTINENTAL
70 White Houdan                78 Golden Penciled Hamburg        86 White Polish, bd
71 Mottled Houdan              79 Silver Spangled Hamburg        87 Silver Laced Polish, pl.
72 Salmon Faverolle            80 Golden Spangled Hamburg        88 Silver Laced Polish, bd.
73 Crevecoeur                  81 Lakenvelder.                   89 Golden Laced Polish, pl
74 Silver Campine              82 White Crested Black Polish     90 Golden Laced Polish, bd
75 Golden Campine              83 White Crested Blue Polish,pl   91 Buff Laced Polish, pl
76 Black Hamburg               84 White Crested Blue Polish,bd   92 Buff Laced Polish, bd.
77 Silver Penciled Hamburg     85 White Polish, pl.

GAMES
93 Modern Silver Duckwing      97 Old English Black              104 Old English Wheaton
94 Modern Golden Duckwing      98 Old English Red Pyle           103 Old English Spangled
95 Modern Black Breasted Red   99 Old English Black Breasted Red 102 Old English Golden Duckwing
96 Old English White           100 Old English Brown Red         105 Old English Crele
                               101 Old English Silver Duckwing

ALL OTHER STANDARD BREEDS
108 Black Sumatra           111 Naked Neck               114 Americana
109 Silver Japanese Phoenix 112 Sultan                   115 Any other variety
110 Golden Japanese Phoenix 113 Araucana

COMMERCIAL
120 Commercial Meat Bird               121 Commercial Layer Bird

GAME BANTAMS
122 Modern Wheaten             132 Modern Lemon Blue             144 Old English Blue Red
123 Modern Blue                135 White Laced Red Cornish       145 Old English Red Pyle
124 Modern Black               136 Old English Self Blue         146 Old English Spangled
125 Modern Birchen             137 Old English Mottled           147 Old English Blk. Br. Red
126 Modern Red Pyle            138 Old English Crele             148 Old English Brown Red
127 Modern Blk. Br. Red        139 Old English Blue Wheaten      149 Old English Silver Duckwing
128 Modern Brown Red           140 Old English Wheaten           150 Old English Golden Duckwing
129 Modern Silver Duckwing     141 Old English White             151 Old English Birchen
130 Modern Golden Duckwing     142 Old English Black             152 White Cornish
131 Modern Silver Blue         143 Old English Blue              153 Dark Cornish

ORNAMENTAL BANTAMS
154 Silver Sebright            182 Blue Belgian                  210 White Crested Blue Polish



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155 Golden Sebright                183 Quail Belgian                 211 White Polish, pl.
156 R.C. Black                     184 White Rock                    212 White Polish, bd.
157 R.C. Blue                      185 Barred Rock                   213 Buff Laced Polish, pl.
158 White Japanese                 186 Partridge Rock                214 Buff Laced Polish, bd.
159 Black Japanese                 187 Columbian Rock                215 Silver Laced Polish, pl.
160 Grey Japanese                  188 Silver Pencilled Rock         216 Silver Laced Polish, bd.
161 Black Tailed Japanese          189 White Wyandotte               217 Golden Laced Polish, pl.
162 Mottled Japanese               190 Black Wyandotte               218 Golden Laced Polish, bd.
163 Light Brahma                   191 Blue Wyandotte                219 White Silkie, pl.
164 Dark Brahma                    192 Partridge Wyandotte           220 White Silkie, bd.
165 Buff Brahma                    193 Columbian Wyandotte           221 Black Silkie, pl.
166 Booted Mille Fleur, pl.        194 Silver Laced Wyandotte        222 Black Silkie, bd.
167 Booted Mille Fleur, bd.        195 Golden Laced Wyandotte        223 Buff Silkie, pl.
168 Booted Porcelain, pl.          196 Silver Pencilled Wyandotte    224 Blue Silkie, bd.
169 Booted Porcelain, bd.          197 Buff Wyandotte                225 White Langshan
170 White Cochin                   198 S.C. Rhode Island Red         226 Black Langshan
171 Black Cochin                   199 R.C. Rhode Island Red         227 S.C. Ancona
172 Blue Cochin                    200 S.C. White Leghorn            228 Clean Legged White Frizzle
173 Buff Cochin                    201 R.C. White Leghorn            229 White Frizzle Cochin
174 Partridge Cochin               202 S.C. Light Brown Leghorn      230 Black Frizzle Cochin
175 Mottled Cochin                 203 R.C. Light Brown Leghorn      231 Blue Frizzle Cochin
176 Barred Cochin                  204 S.C. Dark Brown Leghorn       232 Salmon Faverolle
177 Red Cochin                     205 R.C. Dark Brown Leghorn       233 Any other variety
178 Birchen Cochin                 206 S.C. Black Leghorn            234 Buff Orpington
179 Brown Red Cochin               207 S.C. Buff Leghorn             235 Black Orpington
180 White Belgian                  208 Silver Spangled Hamburg       236 Splash Orpington
181 Black Belgian                  209 White Crested Black Polish    237 Black Samafra

GUINEAS
301 White                          303 Blue                  305 Lavender
302 Pearl                          304 Purple

PHEASANTS
401 White                          404 Reeves                407 Ring -neck
402 Lady Amherst                   405 Silver                408 Blue Eared
403 Yellow Golden                  406 Golden                409 Swinhoe

DUCKS
501 Pekin                          510 Fawn & White Runner           519 Mallard
502 Rouen                          511 Penciled Runner               520 Wood
503 Aylesbury                      512 Chocolate Runner              521 Mandarin
504 Cayuga                         513 White Muscovy                 522 Black Runner
505 Buff                           514 Black Muscovy                 523 Shell
506 Blue Swedish                   515 Blue Muscovy                  524 Ring Teal
507 White Crested                  516 White CalI                    525 Chiloe Widgeon
508 Khaki Campbell                 517 Gray Call                     526 Bahama Pintail
509 White Runner                   518 Black East India              527 Any Other Variety

GEESE
601 Toulouse     604 Buff                  607 Sebastopol            610 Saddleback Pomeranian
602 Embden       605 White China           608 Tufted Roman          611 Cackler
603 African      606 Brown China           609 Egyptian              612 Any Other Variety




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TURKEYS AND PEA FOWL
701 White  703 Bourbon Red                                705 Blue Pea Fowl                   707 Black Shouldered
702 Bronze 704 Royal Palm                                 706 White Pea Fowl

SECTION 800 - COURT OF HONOR
801 - Grand Champion Bird of Show - Super Rosette
802 - Champion Large Bird of Show - Special Large Ribbon and $5.00
803 - Champion Bantam of Show - Special Large Ribbon and $5.00
804 - Best Feathered Leg Large Bird - Special Ribbon
805 - Best Feathered Leg Bantam - Special Ribbon
806 - Best Clean Leg Large Bird - Special Ribbon
807 - Best Clean Leg Bantam - Special Ribbon
808 - Best Waterfowl - Special Ribbon
809 - Best Large Bird Trio - Special Ribbon
810 - Best Bantam Trio - Special Ribbon

                                              Award Sponsored by Fancy Feather Breeders

811 - Junior Exhibitor Award - 19 years and under Junior Champion Bird: $10.00
812 - Best Opposite Sex: $10.00. If no Best Opposite Award goes to next best bird.

                                                        DEPARTMENT E1
                                                            HOME BUREAU
Arrival:                                       Entire Display (1 booth)         Day proceeding opening of fair
Judging:                                       During the Fair
Dismissal:                                     Removed day following Fair closing
Entry Fee:                                     none
Exhibitors:                                    Rensselaer County Home Bureau

                                                      Requirements
The purpose of this exhibit is to educate the public regarding the projects and functions of the Home Bureau. Organized
in 1919, Home Bureau for many years collaborated with Cornell University and Extension Service, but since it is a
nonprofit independent organization, this relationship was terminated in 1956.

Thanks to many hard working, dedicated women, Home Bureau has grown to not only include crafts, but also to keep
its members and the community abreast on matters regarding Health and Safety, Consumer Education, Community
Service, International Relations, Scholarships and Legislation and Resolutions. It has affiliations and associations with
many civic organizations on the international, national, state and local levels.

The exhibit is the responsibility of the Rensselaer County Home Bureau and should include those crafts taught in
“Workshop” and some information regarding one or more of its committee functions (Health & Safety, Scholarship,
etc.).

The local chapter responsible for setting up this exhibit should provide sitters and teachers willing to demonstrate some
craft or talk on one or more of the committee functions. It should have all items for the exhibit in place by the day
preceding the opening of the Fair. Exhibit to be removed the day following the closing of the Fair.

No entry fee will be charged in this department. The size of this exhibit is limited to one (1) booth. Rensselaer County
Home Bureau will receive an award of $150 plus a rosette for a worthy exhibit.

                                                                       Judging
STOPPING POWER ........................................................................................... 30 Points
Is the main idea of the exhibit specific?
Is the idea presented so clearly, so simply, so forcefully that it stops the casual observer?

INTEREST HOLDING ABILITY ...................................................................... 30 Points



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If the passerby stopped, did the exhibit give the observer additional facts
in a clear concise way?
Were the various elements arranged in such a way that there was no
confusion?

CONVINCING ABILITY .................................................................................. 30 Points
Was the subject matter so limited and orderly arranged that the observer
could not fail to be convinced?

MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES ....................................................................... 10 Points
Correct letter size, pleasing color combination, appropriate symbols and
models, and the like.

Award: $150.00 plus a rosette when judged worthy.

                                                                Department F
                                                                  Grange
                                              Superintendent - Barbara Balascio- 286-3958

Arrival:                                      All Grange Exhibits                     In place by 8:00 pm, Tues., 9/1/09

Judging:                                      All Grange Exhibits                     10:00 am, Wed.

Dismissal:                                    All Grange Exhibits                     9:00 am - 1:00 pm &
                                                                                      4:30 pm - 6:30 pm, Tues., 9/8/09
Entry fee:                                    None                                    Register with fair by August 1

Exhibitors:                                   All Grange of Rensselaer County and Town of Easton, Washington County.

                                                      Requirements
Each exhibit shall illustrate by products, equipment, charts, pictures etc. a subject relating to agriculture and farm life.
All goods to be labeled in a uniform manner. No attempt need be made to cover up advertising marks or names on
material used but judges may reduce scores if excessive advertising to one brand or company is displayed. Minor
changes can be made to booths provided by the fair. A score of 60 points must be obtained for an award.

                                                 Judging Criteria
Judging will be done by three competent people, one selected by the Fair, one by county grange and the third by both
the Fair and the Grange.

                                                                  Scoring for Grange
                                 Quality .......................................................... 20
                                 Arrangement & Attractiveness ..................... 20
                                 Educational Value ........................................ 30
                                 Presentation of Subject ................................ 20
                                 Effort ............................................................. 10

Class 1- Local Grange
Award                                         1st          2nd           3rd          4th          5 and up
                                              $125         $115          $105         $95          $85

Class 2 - County Grange
An additional prize of $125.00 will be awarded for an exhibit sponsored by the County
Grange as a whole. A score of 60 points must be obtained for eligibility.




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                                MUSEUM DISPLAY COMMITTEE
                              William Murray, Superintendent; Gilbert Wright, Chairman;
                                 John Betts, Don Clickner, Gary Tilley, Sandra Tilley,
                                            George Brankman, Bill Murray

                                Exhibitors/Producers
                                      Wanted
                        NEW YORK STATE PRODUCTS BUILDING
The New York State Products building was created to offer agricultural producers and manufacturers an opportunity to
market products and interact with the public. Exhibit space is offered at discounted rate based on the nature of the
product, the provision of an interactive educational activity and staffing of the exhibit during fair/building hours.
Products (not containing alcohol) may be sold or ordered during the fair. Orders may be taken for alcohol based
products Contact Superintendent- Lillian Eldred for more information.

                                                Department H
                                                        Fruits
                                      Superintendent – Anne Grab – 279-1628

Arrival:                   All Fruit exhibits                                    1:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Mon., 8/31
                                                                                 10:00 am - 1:00 pm, Tues., 9/1

Judging:                   All Fruit exhibits                                            3:00 am, Tues., 9/1
Dismissal:                 All Fruit Exhibits                                   9:00 am -1:00 pm &
                                                                        4:30 pm - 6:30 pm, Tues., 9/8

Entry fee:                 10% of 1st place award                    Due with pre-entry by 8/15
Exhibitors:                Residence of Rensselaer County and the Town of Easton, Washington County. All home
                           gardeners and farmers are welcome.

                                                      Requirements
All exhibits must be pre-entered by August 15, 2009. All exhibits must be plainly labeled as to variety by exhibitor.
Exhibitors are limited to one (1) entry per class. Three specimens are required per entry unless otherwise stated.

Section 1- Apples
PREMIUMS: 1st: $10.00 - 2nd: $8.00 - 3rd: $6.00
1 Collection, 10 varieties, 5 specimens of each

PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.50 - 3rd: $2.00
2 Red Melba                    13 Red Delicious                         24 Paulared
3 Early McIntosh               14 Empire                                25 Gala
4 Summer Treat                 15 Idared                                26 Ozark Gold
5 Redfree                      16 Pound Sweet                           27 Mutsu
6 Gravenstein                  17 Golden Delicious                      28 Jon-a-Gold
7 Milton                       18 Spigold                               29 Crab Apple
8 McIntosh                     19 Northern Spy                          30 Granny Smith
9 Macoun                       20 Rome Beauty                           31 Jon-A-Mac
10 R.I. Greening               21 Baldwin                               32 Any Other
11 Spartan                     22 Winter Banana                         33 Any Other
12 Cortland                    23 Duchess of Oldenburg                  34 Any Other




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Market package classes: Any apples of the following varieties packed in l/2 peck containers. Label as to grade and
variety.
PREMIUMS: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: 4.00
35 Red Melba                    46 Red Delicious                     57 Paulared
36 Early McIntosh               47 Empire                            58 Gala
37 Summer Treat                 48 Idared                            59 Ozark Gold
38 Redfree                      49 Pound Sweet                       60 Mutsu
39 Gravenstein                  50 Golden Delicious                  61 Jon-a-Gold
40 Milton                       51 Spigold                           62 Crab Apple
41 McIntosh                     52 Northern Spy                      63 Granny Smith
42 Macoun                       53 Rome Beauty                       64 Jon-A-Mac
43 R.I. Greening                54 Baldwin                           65 Any Other
44 Spartan                      55 Winter Banana                     66 Any Other
45 Cortland                     56 Duchess of Oldenburg              67 Any Other

PREMIUMS: 1st: $100.00 - 2nd: $70.00 - 3rd: $40.00
68 Information Display Information display class may depict the apple and its uses or can show the history of the
                       apple, insect damage or blemishes, etc. It will be judged on information given, educational
                       value and ability to hold the interest of the public. It must fill a maximum of 5 foot frontage.

Section 2- Pears
PREMIUMS: 1st: $10.00 - 2nd: $8.00 - 3rd: $6.00
69 Collection, 5 varieties, 5 specimens

PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
70 Clapp’s Favorite               72 Seckel                   74 Anjou                   76 Other
71 Bartlett                       73 Bosc                     75 Sheldon
Market package classes: Any pears of the following varieties packed in 1/2 peck containers. Label as to grade and
variety.

PREMIUMS: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $4.00
77 Clapp’s Favorite            79 Bosc                         81 Flemish Beauty         83 Other
78 Bartlett                    80 Anjou                        82 Sheldon

Section 3- Plums
PREMIUMS: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $4.00
85 Collection, 5 varieties, 10 specimens                       $6.00             $4.00

PREMIUMS: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50
86 Any Red variety Plum or Prune                               87 Any Blue variety Plum or Prune

Section 4- Peaches and Quinces
Awards:                                                        1st               2nd                3rd
90 Collection, 2 varieties, 5 specimens                        $6.00             $4.00              none
91 Singles, plate of 5 (identify variety)                      $3.00             $2.00              $1.75
92 Sun Haven Peaches

Section 5- Grapes
PREMIUMS: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $3.00
93 Collection, 4 or more varieties, 3 bunches each

PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.75
94 Blue Grapes        95 Red Grapes                            96 White Grapes




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Section 6- Berries
PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.75
97 Blueberries        98 Raspberries                            99 Strawberries

Section 7- Honey Products
PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
101 Glass Jar of Light Honey                          105 One Sections of White Comb Honey
102 Glass Jar of Medium Honey                         106 One Sections of Amber Comb Honey
103 Glass Jar of Creamed Honey                        107 One Sections of Buckwheat Honey
104 Glass Jar of Dark Honey                           108 4 oz. Cake of Unbleached Wax

                                                 Department I
                                                  Vegetables
                                      Superintendent – Anne Grab – 279-1628

Arrival:                   All Vegetables                               1:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Mon., 8/31
                                                                        10:00 am -1:00 pm, Tues., 9/1

Judging:                   All Vegetable Exhibits:                      3:00 pm, Tues., 9/1

Dismissal:                 All Vegetable Exhibits:                      9:00 am - 1:00 pm &
                                                                        4:30 pm-6:30 pm, Tues.9/8

Entry Fee:                 10% of 1st place award Due with pre-entry by 8/15

Exhibitors:                Residence of Rensselaer County and the Town of Easton, Washington County. All home
                           gardeners and farmers are welcome.

                                                       Requirements
All exhibits must be pre-entered by August 15, 2009. All exhibits must be plainly labeled as to variety by exhibitor.
Indicate age on entry tag of Youth exhibitors. All entries must be edible and marketable quality. Exhibitors are limited
to one (1) entry per class. Single entries not to be shown in collections and specimens in collections not be shown as
single entries.

                                                     Definitions
Section 1 - Vegetables - Adults ( 17 and older)
Section 2 - Vegetables- Youth (16 and under)
                                 PREMIUMS: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
BEANS (10 pods on plate)                    EGGPLANT (l specimen)           RUTABAGA (5 on plate)
1 Green, round podded                       46 Any variety                  86 Any Variety
2 Green, flat podded                        ENDIVE (l plant)                SALSIFY (5, tops off)
3 Yellow, round podded                      48 Green                        87 Any Variety
4 Yellow, flat podded                       49 Broad Leaf                   SPINACH (l plant)
5 Bush Lima                                 KOHL RABI (5 on plate)          92 Any Variety
6 Pole Lima                                 51 Any Variety                  SWISS CHARD (l plant)
7 Other varieties                           LETTUCE (l plant)               89 Fordhook Giant
BEETS (5 on plate tops off)                 53 Leaf Lettuce                 90 Rhubarb Chard
10 Blood Turnip                             54 Bibb Lettuce                 TOMATOES (5 on plate)
11 Detroit, Dark Red                        55 Iceberg Lettuce (1 head)     94 Red Tomatoes, any variety
12 Crosby’s Egyptian                        ONIONS (5 on plate, not peeled) 95 Green Tomatoes, any variety
13 Long Smooth                              56 White Globe                  96 Yellow Tomatoes, any variety
BROCCOLI (l head)                           57 Yellow Globe                 97 Paste type Tomatoes, any variety
15 Any Variety                              58 Red Globe                    98 Cherry Tomato, any var. 1” under
                                                                            99 Salad Tomatoes, any variety 1 to 2”




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BRUSSELS SPROUTS                             59 Flat White
(10 on plate)                                60 Flat Yellow                       TURNIPS (tops off)
17 Any Variety                               61 Flat Red                          103 Any variety (5 specimens)
CABBAGE (l head)                             62 Multiplier                        SWEET CORN (5 ears, husks on 1
20 Early Copenhagen or Wakefield type        63 Shallots                          side stripped)
21 Late Danish type                          OTHER                                105 Yellow Sweet Corn
22 Red                                       65 Any Variety, Peas (10 pods)       106 White Sweet Corn
23 Savoy                                     66 Any Variety, Okra (5 pods)        107 Bi-color Sweet Corn
24 Chinese                                   67 Any Variety, Peanuts (1 vine)     MUSKMELONS &)
26 Any other Cabbage                         68 Any Variety, Leeks (3 on plate)   WATERMELONS (1 specimen
CARROTS (5 on plate, tops off)               PEPPERS (5 on plate)                 110 Muskmelons, any variety
28 Long tapered type                         71 Sweet Green                       111 Honeydew, any variety
29 Half long or blunt type                   72 Hot Peppers any variety           112 Watermelon, any variety
30 Short thick varieties                     73 Red Peppers, any variety          113 Any other Melon
CUCUMBERS (5 on plate)                       74 Any other type                    WINTER SQUASH (1 specimen)
33 Any slicing variety                       PARSNIPS (5 on plate, tops off)      115 Blue Hubbard
34 Dill type, 4" to 6"                       80 Any Variety                       116 Green Hubbard
35 10 small pickles, 2" to 4"                PUMPKINS (1 specimen)                117 Golden Hubbard
36 Burpless variety                          131 Any pie type                     118 Delicious, green or golden
CAULIFLOWER (l head)                         132 Any field type                   119 Buttercup
39 White                                     133 Cushaw                           120 Butternut
40 Purple                                    134 Golden Cushaw                    121 Acorn green
CELERY (l plant)                             135 Small ornamental pumpkin         122 Acorn yellow
42 White                                     RADISHES (10 on plate)               123 Any variety
43 Golden                                    82 Any Globe variety                 SUMMER SQUASH (1 specimen)
44 Giant Pascal                              83 Any Icicle variety                126 Bush squash, white/yellow scallop
CUCUMBER (3 specimens)                       RHUBARB (10 on plate)                127 Yellow straight
45 Any variety                               85 Any Variety                       128 Yellow crook neck
                                                                                  129 Green variety, zucchini type
                                                                                  130 Yellow zucchini
MISCELLANEOUS VEGETABLES
138 Unusual Vegetables - One or more specimens of any different, uncommon, or unusual vegetable, including
varieties listed in other classes, 5 prizes of $2.00 each will be awarded to worthy entries.
139 Any Other Vegetable

COLLECTION contain 6 varieties, unless specified in award list.
PREMIUMS: 1st: $7.00 - 2nd: $6.00 - 3rd: $4.00
25 Cabbage Collection, 1 head of any 6
64 Onion Collection, 5 each of 6 varieties
75 Pepper Collection of 5 ea. of 5 varieties
100 Tomato Collection (5 specimens of 5 varieties)
124 Squash Collection, 1 specimen each of any 8 varieties. (1st: $5.00; 2nd: $4.00; 3rd: $3.00)
136 Pumpkin Collection, 1 specimen each of any 5 varieties.
137 Collection of Ornamental Gourds of at least 10 varieties.

Section 3 - Herbs and Seasons - Adults (17 and older) 5 specimens
Section 4 - Herbs and Seasons - Youth (16 and under) 5 specimens
PREMIUMS: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
140 Basil        145 Horseradish          150 Oregano      155 Tarragon
141 Catnip       146 Lavender             151 Parsley      156 Thyme
142 Chives       147 Lemon Balm           152 Rosemary 157 Any other herb or seasoning
143 Dill         148 Marjoram             153 Sage         158 Collection of 5 each of 5 varieties
144 Garlic       149 Mint                 154 Savory       159 Herb Dish Garden 4 or more
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Section 5 - Herbs - Information Display - Adults (17 and older)
PREMIUMS: 1st: $50.00 - 2nd: $35.00 - 3rd: $25.00
165 - Information display        Information display class - This display may depict varieties of herbs, their uses
                                 and products derived from them. It will be judged on educational value and ability
                                 to hold the interest of the public. Size - 30"x36” (card table)

Section 6 - Herbs - Information Display - Youth (16 and under)
PREMIUMS: 1st: $25.00 - 2nd: $17.00 - 3rd: $12.00
165 - Information display        Information display class - This display may depict varieties of herbs, their uses
                                 and products derived from them. It will be judged on educational value and ability
                                 to hold the interest of the public. Size - 30"x36” (card table)

Oddity Class - These classes cover any odd, unique or unusual home grown plant material -vegetable, fruit, flower,
tree or shrub.
Section 7 - Oddities in Agriculture - Adults (17 and older)
Section 8 - Oddities in Agriculture - Youth (16 and under)
PREMIUMS: 1st: $10.00 - 2nd: $7.50 - 3rd: $5.00
1. Natural growth
2. Manipulated growth
3. Vegetable Sculpture - combines at least 3 vegetables
4. Vegetable/Fruit sculpture-theme based “A Kaleidoscope of Color, Tastes and Smells”

Section 9 - Market Display
Market display classes are for demonstrating the proper saleable consumer packaging. Therefore the package will be a
major consideration in the judging. Unless other wise specified the following should be displayed in 1/2 bushel.
container Package should not be faced or overfilled. Accepted commercial packages should be use, not improvised
plastic bags etc.
PREMIUMS: 1st: $9.00 - 2nd: $7.00 - 3rd: $5.00
177 Tomatoes                        181 1 Bu. of Winter Squash                   186 Green Tomatoes
178 Peppers                         182 Consumer Bag of Potatoes, peck           187 Cucumbers
179 1/2 Bu. String Beans            184 1/2 Bu. Carrots                          188 Con. 10 lb. plastic 180 1 Bu. of
                                    185 50 Ear Sweet Corn in basket or crate              bag of Potatoes Cabbage

PREMIUMS: 1st: $20.00 - 2nd: $15.00 - 3rd: $10.00
189 Table Arrangement of Garden Vegetables on or in containers

Section 10 - Potatoes - Name Variety - 5 tubers per plate - Adults (17 & older)
Section 11 -Potatoes - Name Variety - 5 tubers per plate - Youth (16 & under)
PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
1. Any Variety of early red or white potatoes      3. Any Variety of late red potatoes
2. Any Variety of late white potatoes              4. Any Variety of sweet potatoes

PREMIUMS: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $4.00
5. Collection, 5 varieties, 5 tubers per plate

Section 12 - Grains and Grasses – Adults (17 & older)
Unless otherwise stated an exhibit consists of 4 quart jars.
Section 13 - Grains and Grasses Youth (16 & under)
Awards:                                                             1st          2nd
Class 1-8                                                           $1.50        $1.00
Class 9-18                                                          $3.00        $1.50
Class 19-32                                                         $2.00        $1.50

1 Dry Beans, White Kidney                              18 Buckwheat
2 Dry Beans, Red Kidney                                19 Timothy (1/2 bu. basket of loose
3 Dry Beans, Bountiful                                 hay or a slice from a bale)
4 Dry Beans, Marrowfat                                 20 Alfalfa, 1st cutting
5 Dry Beans, Yellow Eye                                21 Alfalfa, 2nd cutting



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6 Dry Beans, Kentucky Wonder                          22 Alfalfa, 3rd cutting
7 Dry Beans, Cranberry                                23 Clover Hay, 1st cutting
8 Indian Corn, 5 ears                                 24 Clover Hay, 2nd cutting
9 Corn for Grain, 5 ears                              25 Birdsfoot Trefoil, 1st cutting
10 Pop Corn, 5 ears                                   26. Birdsfoot Trefoil, 2nd cutting
11 Ensilage Corn, 5 stalks                            27 Millet
12 Dent Corn, 5 stalks with ears, yellow or white     28 Soy Bean
13 Wheat, white winter                                29 Sudan Grass
14 Wheat, red winter                                  30 Corn Silage, exhibited in zip plastic bag
15 Oats                                               31 Grass Silage, exhibited in zip plastic bag
16 Barley                                             32 Sunflowers (1 head) for seeds
17 Rye

Section 14 - Eggs - Adults (17 & older)
Section 15 - Eggs - Youth (16 and under)
PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
1. White one dozen small          4. White one dozen Xlarge             7. Brown one dozen medium
2. White one dozen medium         5. White one dozen jumbo              8. Brown one dozen large
3. White one dozen large          6. Brown one dozen small              9. Brown one dozen Xlarge
                                  Size must be listed.                  10. Brown one dozen jumbo

Section 20 – Entry fee $1.00
PREMIUMS: 1st: $100.00 - 2nd: $50.00 - 3rd: $25.00
1. Largest Pumpkin – weighed and labeled (Sponsored by Tarbox Farms)

                                                Department J
                                                      Flowers
                                    Superintendent - Nancy O’Donnell - 753-7771
Arrival:                   All Floral Items                        1:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Mon., 8/31/09
                                                                   10:00 am - 1:00 pm, Tues., 9/1/09

Judging:                   All Floral Items                             4:00 pm Tues.

Dismissal:                 All Floral Items                             9:00 am-1:00 pm &
                                                                        4:30-6:30, Tues., 9/8/09

Entry Fee:                 10% of 1st place award                       Due with pre-entry by 8/15/09

Exhibitors:                Residence of Rensselaer County and the Town of Easton, Washington County. Amateurs
                           only (No professional or business, please.)

                                                  Exhibitor Classification
                                            May enter in only one classification
Amateur (A) - exhibitor grows flowers and plants for personal use, not for re-sale.
Professional (P) – exhibitor is a professional floral designer
Commercial (C) - exhibitor grows flowers and plants for re-sale commercially.
Adult and youth exhibitors will be classified according to the growing environment and may only enter as either A, P
or C.
                                                       Requirements
Make only one (1) entry per class. Include name of plant on entry tag. Pots in collections should be uniform. Exhibitors
furnish own suitable vases, no alcoholic beverage containers allowed. All flowers and plants must be shown as single
varieties with the exception of collections. **Note** It would be appreciated if fresh flowers could be brought in
during the fair to freshen exhibits.
                                                      Judging Criteria
A champion ribbon will be awarded to both adult and youth exhibitor with the most first place awards. Table setting
will be judged on originality and how well it has captured this year’s theme “A Kaleidoscope of Color, Tastes and
Smells”. Minimum amount of dyed, painted, varnished or treated material should be used in arrangements. Flower Tips



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– Fresh cut flowers last longer when cut early in the morning and placed immediately in water. Re-cut stems under
water before placing in exhibiting vase to freshen cut end. Please transport your flowers in some water, additional
water will be available at the fair. Even the short trip without water will shorten their vase life.
                                                Scoring for Arrangements
                                         Design ................................................... 30
                                        Suitability ............................................... 20
                                        Originality .............................................. 10
                                        Condition ............................................... 20
                                        Color ...................................................... 20

Section 70 - Youth Children under 12 - Age should be indicated on entry card

                                                POTTED PLANTS
                                  PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
200 Fern                           203 Potted Plant - in bloom    206 Cactus
201 Foliage Plant                  204 African Violet             207 Any other, not listed
202 Geranium - in bloom            205 Dish Garden

                                              CUT FLOWERS
                              Three Blooms (one bloom and one leaf on each stem)
                                PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
208 Gladiolus             211 Petunias                  214 Any cut flower, not listed, annuals
209 Marigolds             212 Rose (single)             215 Any cut flower, not listed, perennials
210 Pansies               213 Zinnias

                                              ARRANGEMENTS
                                PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
216 Centerpiece           220 Door Decoratio            222 Halloween (using pumpkins)
217 Original              219 Thanksgiving              221 New Look (unusual container)
218 Miniature - 6" or under
                                             HANGING PLANTS
                                PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
223 In Bloom                              224 Foliage

Section 71 - Youth Children 12-16 - Age should be indicated on entry card.
                                              POTTED PLANTS
                                  PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
300 Fern          302 Geranium - in bloom        304 African Violet         306 Cactus
301 Foliage Plant 303 Potted Plant - in bloom    305 Dish Garden            307 Any other, not listed

                                               CUT FLOWERS
                              Three blooms (one bloom and one leaf on each stem)
                               PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
308 Gladiolus    310 Pansies     312 Rose (single) 314 Any other flower, not listed, annuals
309 Marigolds    311 Petunias    313 Zinnias       315 Any other flower, not listed, perennials

                                            ARRANGEMENTS
                                PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
316 Centerpiece 318 Miniature - 6" or under    320 Door Decoration
317 Original    319 Thanksgiving               321 New Look (unusual container)
                                               322 Halloween (using pumpkin)

                                           HANGING PLANTS
                                  PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
323 In Bloom                            324 Foliage

Section 72 - Decorative Wreaths - Youth - 17 and under
                               PREMIUMS: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $2.00



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1 Natural Materials under 10 inches

                                  PREMIUMS: 1st: $9.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $3.00
2 Natural Materials over 10 inches

This decorative plant arrangement class is for commercial growers. Arrangements may be made with combinations but
two-thirds of the material must be as call for by the class category in classes 1 - 3. Maximum space allowed is 4’x4'.
Exhibitors to bring own supplies. Entries need a title or name.

Section 79 Potted Plants – Amateur
Section 80 Potted Plants – Professional
Section 81 Potted Plants – Commercial
Outside of pot should be cleaned. Spent flowers and leaves removed.

Collection must include 6 different varieties of the same species.
                                 PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
1 Coleus – collection                                3 Collection of six collection succulent
2 Foliage Plants, collection                         4 Collection of six collection cacti

Largest Specimen award based on other entries in that class; there are no size specifications
                                  PREMIUMS: 1st: $7.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $3.00
7. Blooming Plant                                   9 Decorative Tree –largest specimen
8 African Violet, largest specimen in bloom; may have multiple crowns

Single Entry
                                  PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
12 Begonia – Tuberous; in bloom                  28 African Violet, single - pink or red
13 Begonia In Bloom - Rex                        29 African Violet, single - purple
14 Begonia - exhibited for foliage only          30 African Violet, double - white
15 Begonia In Bloom- Wax                         31 African Violet, bicolor
16 Coleus - single specimen                      32 African Violet, double - pink or red
17 Fern – Asparagus                              33 African Violet, double - purple
18 Fern - any variety                            34 African Violet - miniature
19 Fern – Boston                                 35 African Violet, double bicolor
20 Foliage House Plant Small                     36 Open Dish Garden
21 Foliage House Plant Largest                   37 Closed Dish Garden (or terrarium)
22 Potted Plant –Most Unique                     38 Dish Garden - wild specimens from woods
23 Potted Plant – Grown in unusual container     39 Impatiens Double
24 Gloxina - in bloom                            40 Impatiens
25 Geranium - in bloom                           41 Cactus
26 In Bloom Plant any variety                    42 Succulent
27 African Violet, single - white                43 Decorative Tree - under 3 feet

Section 82 Cut Flowers Three bloom unless otherwise stated – Amateur
Section 83 Cut Flowers Three bloom unless otherwise stated – Professional
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Collection: at least four blooms and not more than seven unless otherwise stated.
                                    PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
46 Marigold, collection, small flowered, same variety 53 Rose, Collection mixed variety
47 Aster, collection, perennial or annual             54 Rose, Collection same variety
48 Dahlia, collection same variety                    55 Zinnia, Collection, large flowered, same
49 Dahlia, collection and mixed varieties                     variety
50 Gladiolus collection mixed varieties               56 Collection, largest and best
51 Marigold, Collection large flowered, same variety 57 Collection, largest and best
52 Wild flowers, collection, largest and best

                                   PREMIUMS: 1st: $7.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $3.00
58 Dahlias, largest specimen                      60 Gladiolus, largest ruffled specimen
59 Gladiolus, largest specimen

                                    PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
61. Ageratum                                            88 Marigold, large flowered
62. Aster, annual                                       89 Marigold, bi-colored
63 Aster, perennial                                     90 Marigold, French
64 Batchelor Buttons                                    91 Pansy
65 Calendula                                            92 Petunia, single variety
66 Celosia, Cockscomb                                   93 Petunia, double
67 Celosia, Plumosa                                     94 Petunia, ruffled
68 Chrysanthemum                                        95 Phlox, annual
69 Cosmos                                               96 Phlox, perennial
70 Delphinium                                           97 Rose, Hybrid Tea
71 Dahlia, Cactus                                       98 Rose, Floribunda
72 Dahlia, Pompon                                       99 Salvia, blue or purple
73 Dahlia, any variety not listed                       100 Salvia, red
74 Dianthus                                             101 Scabiosa
75 Gaillardia                                           102 Snap Dragons
76 Gladiolus, bicolor, 3 stalks with foliage            103 Statice
77 Gladiolus, green, 3 stalks with foliage              104 Strawflowers
78 Gladiolus, white, 3 stalks with foliage              105 Sun Flower, any variety
79 Gladiolus, pink or red, 3 stalks with foliage        106 Zinnia, cut and come again
80 Gladiolus, yellow or orange, 3 stalks with foliage 107 Zinnia, Cactus type
81 Gladiolus, lavender or purple, 3 stalks with foliage 108 Zinnia, Giant.
82 Gladiolus, largest ruffled specimen                  109 Zinnia, Dwarf
83 Gloriosa Daisy                                       110 Zinnias, Miniature
84 Heliopsis, or ornamental sunflowers                  111 Annual, any variety not listed
85 Larkspur                                             112 Perennials, any variety not listed
86Lilies any variety                                    113 Wild flowers, collection, largest and best
87 Marigold, dwarf

Section 85 Arrangements – Amateur
Section 86 Arrangements – Professional
Section 87 Arrangements – Commercial
Unless the arrangement calls for the use of artificial or dried materials, arrangements using the least of these
will be given preference.
                                 PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
128 Arrangement shades of yellow, copper & brown 148 Dried Flower Arrangement
129 Table Center Piece                               149 Arrangement - think all red
130 Arrangement - using driftwood                    153 Arrangement - think all blue and purple
131 Arrangement - mix of colors                      154 Arrangement - using an unusual container
132 Arrangement - autumn                             156 Arrangement - Gladiola Tips
133 Arrangement - coffee table, view from all sides 158 Arrangement - Halloween, pumpkins or gourds
134 Arrangement - mantel, view from front only       159 Arrangement “A Kaleidoscope of Color, Tastes
135 Arrangement - using seed pot and berry                            and Smells:
140 Wall plaque made of seed and berries             160 Arrangement – Just Foliage



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141 Wall plaque made of natural materials              161 Arrangement – Christmas, using evergreens
142 Arrangement - think all white                      162 Arrangement – Wedding
143 Kitchen Arrangement                                163 Arrangement – Basket of Blooms
144 Christmas Wreath, of all natural materials         164 Arrangement – Happy Birthday
145 Miniature - 6" or under, fresh flowers             165 Arrangement – Winter
146 Miniature - 6" or under, dried materials           166 Arrangement – Spring
147 Arrangement - think all pink                       167 Arrangement – Summer
                                                       168 Arrangement – Most Original

Section 88 Hanging Plants – Amateur
Section 89 Hanging Plants – Professional
Section 90 Hanging Plants – Commercial
                               PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
IN BLOOM                                 FOLIAGE
170 Begonia                              175 English Ivy 180 Any other hanging plant, not listed
171 Fuchsia                              176 Grape Ivy
172 Petunia                              177 Swedish Ivy
173 Any other hanging plant in           178 Philodendron
bloom, not listed                        179 Spider Plant

                   Award CHAMPION RIBBON to entry with most number of First Premiums

Section 91 - Special Table Settings
                                      PRIZES: 1st: $15.00 - 2nd: $7.50 - 3rd: $5.00
Entries must be made by reservation and MUST follow the theme “A Kaleidoscope of Color, Tastes and Smells”. First
come, first served basis - limit 4 entries. Each exhibitor to bring own card table (app. 30 x 48). Each table shall include
linen, dishes and centerpiece. Other decorations optional (no silverware). Attach 5 x 7 card stating occasion and theme.

Section 92 Decorative Wreaths – Amateur
Section 93 Decorative Wreaths – Professional
Section 94 Decorative Wreaths – Commercial
                                 PREMIUMS: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $2.00
1 Natural Materials under 10 inches

                                  PREMIUMS: 1st: $9.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $3.00
2 Natural Materials over 10 inches

Section 95 Decorative Plant Arrangements – Amateur
Section 96 Decorative Plant Arrangements – Professional
Section 97 Decorative Plant Arrangements – Commercial
Limited Space Available
                             PREMIUMS: 1st: $50.00 - 2nd: $25.00 - 3rd: $15.00
1 Annual Garden Flowers                 3 Commercially Grown Flowers
2 Perennial Garden Flowers              4 Blend of Materials

Section 98 – Container Gardens
This section is open to all exhibitor classes. Container gardens will be judged by individual class. There are a limited
number of barrels available. One entry per class number. The table setting MUST follow the theme.
                                  PREMIUMS: 1st: $50.00 - 2nd: $15.00 - 3rd: $10.00
    1. 2009 Building Theme “A Kaleidoscope of Color, Tastes and Smells”
    2. Most Original

There is a $15.00 deposit on the barrel, refunded upon barrel return. There is no entry fee for this class however, an
entry form must be filled out. The fair will provide the exhibitor with a half barrel to fill.




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Barrels will be available for pickup July 13, 2009. Exhibitor will fill with soil, plant and maintain the container garden
for the summer, returning it to the fair grounds on the day all other exhibits are brought in. Judging will be based on
design, use of plants, plant health, overall appearance and use of color. After the judging, gardens will be relocated
throughout the fairgrounds for use of decoration.


                                   Cottonwood Square Gift Shop
                                       Superintendent – Sarah Weber 753-4400

This shop is provided by the Fair Association to give amateurs an opportunity to sell their handicraft items during the
fair. Articles will be pre-selected by workmanship, variety, and space available.

Arrival:                    All Handicrafts                               1:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Mon., 8 /31
                                                                          10:00 am -1:00 pm, Tues., 9/1

           Special hours for Domestics & Gift Shop only 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Sun., 8/31

Removal Times:              All Handicrafts                      9:00 am - 1:00 pm & 4:30 - 6:30, Tues., 9/8

Commission Fee:             15% applied to all sales

Consignors: Residence of Rensselaer County and the Town of Easton, Washington County and persons employed by
the fair to demonstrate a handicraft.

                                                   Requirements
Returning consignors from previous year: A letter will be sent to you which includes a response postcard. Complete
and return the postcard by the date indicated.

NEW consignors: Send name, address, phone number, a description of items you wish to sell to: Sarah Weber, 164
Mead Road, Johnsonville, NY 12094. This must be received by August 15. Pictures are helpful but not required. You
will be contacted and assigned a consignor number.

All consignments must have legible, visible tags, securely attached, indicating price and assigned consignor number. A
verbal description can be helpful, but other numerals not indicating price or consignor number are discouraged, as this
causes confusion for both shoppers and staff.

An inventory list including name, address, phone number, assigned consignor number, list of items for sale including
quantity and price is required and will be checked with consignor at drop off. Unless special arrangements are made
ahead of time, no additional items will be accepted during the run of the Fair.

Our display and inventory storage space is limited. Consignors whose crafts take up large amounts of room will be
limited in the volume they may leave for consignment.

While due care will be taken with all entries, and security provided, the Fair Association and employees will not be
held responsible for loss or damage or for exhibits left after 6:00 PM on removal day.

NOTE: Unlike prizes won on competition exhibits, checks for items sold through Cottonwood Square will NOT be
available on removal day. Checks will be mailed after all accounting is closed, which cannot be completed until after a
final inventory count is conducted with each consignor on removal day.




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                                                  Department K
                                                   Arts and Crafts
                                     Superintendent - Janet Weber - 753 6131
Arrival:                           All Exhibits               1:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Mon., 8/31/09 &
                                                              10:00 am -1:00 pm, Tues., 9/1/09
Special hours for Arts & Crafts & Gift Shop only              1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Sun., 8/30/09
**Note** If exhibitors have questions on how to enter they can meet with Superintendent at the Entry Office - Mon.
August 20, - 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Judging:                    All Domestics                   2:00 pm Tuesday 9/1/09
Dismissal:                  All Domestics                   9:00 am -1:00 pm &
                                                            4:30-6:00, Tues., 9/8/09
                                                            (After Fair)
Entry Fee: 10% of 1st place award Due with pre-entry by 8/15/09

Exhibitors:                 Residents of Rensselaer County and the Town of Easton, Washington County. Amateurs
                            only (do not support yourself with this craft or sell at craft fairs or galleries).

                                                       Requirements
Enter items in the name of the maker on entry blanks found in center of this guide. Include name or description of
article. (We suggest you retain a copy.) Items previously entered that received a first award are not eligible for re-entry,
all others may be reentered. Make only one (1) entry per class. Kit work is allowed. Exhibits to be hung should be
ready to hang when they arrive. Attach entry tags to items and deliver them to the Arts and Craft building before
1:00pm Tuesday prior to the opening of the fair. Additional information on entering can be found in General
Information and Regulations in front of this guide. Youth, 16 and younger may compete in all classes. Enter age on
entry blank of youth exhibitors. Retain stubs for claim of your articles. If you do not enter all items on entry blank,
please return these tags to the entry office. Sorry we can not refund entry fees. Exhibited articles must remain on
display until fair ends to qualify for awards. While due care will be taken of all entries and security provided, the Fair
Association will not be responsible for loss or damage or exhibits left after 6:00pm on last removal day. Items must
have been made within the last five years.

                                                                Judging Criteria
Judging is based on merit. All work must be clean & complete. Awards will be paid according to judge’s book.
Scoring for Clothing                                      Scoring for Needlework
Workmanship .................................... 30       General appearance
Condition ........................................... 20  Suitability to use
Suitability to use................................. 20    Appropriate material, thread, design
Originality .......................................... 15 Workmanship
Harmony of material .......................... 15

                   ENTRIES TO BE DONE BY CHILDREN 16 YEARS OR YOUNGER
SECTION 1 - 13 thru 16 years
SECTION 2 - 9 thru 12 years
SECTION 3 - Under 9 years
                             PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
ORIGINAL OIL OR ACRYLIC            DRAWING IN CHARCOAL
95 Landscape                       122 Landscape or Seascape
96 Harbor or Sea                   123 Still Life
97 Still Life                      124 Portrait
98 Portrait                        125 Animal Study
99 Animal Study                    126 Figure Study
100 Ink                            127 Flower Study
101 Figure Study                   DRAWING IN PENCIL OR PEN AND INK
102 Flower Study                   128 Landscape
103 Abstract                       129 Still Life
104 Bird Study                     130 Portrait
WATER COLOR                        131 Animal Study



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105 Landscape                              132 Figure Study
106 Harbor or Sea                          133 Flower Study
107 Still Life                             134 Architectural Study
108 Portrait                               135 Bird Study
109 Animal Study                           POSTER
110 Figure Study                           138 Poster, any subject
111 Flower Study                           139 Space Drawing
112 Abstract                               140 Cartoon
113 Bird Study                             CRAYON
PASTEL OR CHALK ORIGINAL                   141 Portrait
115 Landscape or Seascape                  142 Animal Study
116 Still Life                             143 Landscape
117 Portrait                               144 Other Subject
118 Animal Study                           WATERCOLOR MARKERS
119 Figure Study                           145 Flowers
120 Flower Study                           146 Animals
121 Abstract                               147 Flowers - Landscape
                                           148 Other Subjects

SECTION 4 - 13 thru 16 years
SECTION 5 - 9 thru 12 years
SECTION 6 - Under 9 years
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
1908 Photograph, single                    1979 Nature Notebook, standard 3-ring size, not less than 12
1909 Photo Collections                     or more than 15 specimens, each neatly and correctly labeled
1910 Item made from shells                 1920 Shorts
1911 Comforter                             1921 Blouse
1912 Stamped Item                          1923 Dress, set in sleeves
1913 Any Item of Sewmanship                1924 Dress, sleeveless or jumper
1914 Apron                                 1929 Seed Craft
1916 Bead work                             1930 Toy
1917 Skirt                                 1980 Nature Collection, securely mounted not larger than
1936 Tie-dye item                          12" x 18", specimens neatly and correctly labeled
1937 Sock Doll                             1981 Framed collection of butterflies or other insects,
1938 Fabric Pillow                         not to exceed 12” x 18” specimens neatly and correctly
1939 Stuffed Fabric Toy                    labeled.
1942 Sleepwear                             1982 Stamp Collection labeled
1945 Vest                                  1985 Custom Cars hobby collection (not less than 4 or more
1947 Tee-shirt, decorated                  than 5), firmly mounted, neatly and correctly
1948 Model airplane                        1986 Polymer Clay Item
1952 Historical model airplane             1987 Ceramics, single piece
1953 Rocket                                1988 Any other article in sewmanship
1957 Ship or boat, old time                1989 Knitting
1955 Automobile (kit work accepted) label 1990 Crochet
1958 Bird feeder                           1991 Bulletin Board
1959 Steam locomotive                      1992 Handmadeflowers
1962 Plastic craft                         1995 Sewing Box
1963 Buildings or stations worthy of merit 1996 Puppet
1965 Sweat pants                           1997 Macrame
1966 Jogging Suit                          1998 Needlepoint
1969 Hat                                   1999 Cross Stitch
1970 Purse                                 2000 Crewel Embroidery
1971 Mobile                                2001 Picture
1973 Article carved from wood              2002 Embroidery
1974 Article constructed from wood         2003 Sampler, framed
1975 Article made from metal               2004 Painted Wood Article
1976 Leatherwork                           2005 Diorama
1977 Birdhouse                             2006 Any other outstanding craft



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1978 Display of 4 different kinds of        2007 Stencil
work firmly mounted and correctly           2008 Cast Item (concrete, plaster Paris)
labeled. No artwork to be used. State age   2009 Sand Art

                    SECTION 7 - ENTRIES TO BE DONE BY ADULTS 60 YEARS OR OVER
                                        OIL OR ACRYLIC PAINTING
                               PREMIUMS: 1st: $10.00 - 2nd: $7.00 - 3rd: $4.00
150 Autumn Landscape             156 Still Life Food   162 Architecture
151 Winter Landscape             157 Portrait Adult    163 Children
152 Spring Landscape             158 Portrait Child    165 Birds
153 Summer Landscape             159 Abstraction       166 Figures
154 Still Life Flowers           160 Marine Scene      167 Moonlight
155 Still Life Fruits            161 Animal            168 Non-Objective Subject
                                                       169 Any other subject

                                          WATER COLOR PAINTING
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $7.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $3.00
175 Landscape                      179 Abstraction                183 Summer Scene
176 Marine Scene                   180 Winter Scene               184 Autumn Scene
177 Portrait                       181 Animal                     185 Any other subject
178 Still Life                     182 Architecture               186 Bird Study

                      SECTION 8 -OTHER WORK OF ADULTS 60 YEARS OR OVER
                                 PREMIUM 1st $5.00 - 2nd $3.00 - 3rd $2.00
2010 Crochet Garment                  2026 Handwoven on loom, specimen
2011 Crochet Specimen, in modern use  2027 Swedish weaving specimen
2012 Handbag, crochet                 2028 Needlepoint specimen
2014 Rag Rug, crochet                 2029 Tatted item
2015 Pieced Quilt                     2030 Hand built ceramics
2016 Embroidery, any article          2031 Mass produced, slipcast ceramic
2017 Knitted Stole                    2032 Mosaic
2018 Ladies’ Knitted Sweater          2034 Metal work
2019 Knit Specimen in modern use      2035 Woodworking, refinishing
2020 Rug, braided                     2036 Wood carving
2021 Apron                            2037 Wood construction
2023 Hooked Rug                       2038 Bazaar item, original item
2024 Knitted Afghan                   2039 Plastic craft
2025 Crocheted Afghan                 2041 Sewmanship

                               SECTION 9 - WORK OF HANDICAPPED PEOPLE
                                         List Handicap on Entry Blank
                                  PREMIUM 1st $4.00 - 2nd $3.00 - 3rd $2.00
2042 Oil Painting                 2050 Crochet Garment            2060 Loom Weaving
2043 Watercolor Painting          2053 Rag Rug                    2061 Hooked Article
2044 Drawing                      2054 Knitted Article            2062 Fabric Toy
2045 Ceramics, one piece          2055 Braided Rug                2064 Any other article
2047 Woodworking                  2056 Apron                      2065 Embroidery
2048 Plastic craft                2057 Afghan unusual merit       2066 Christmas item
2049 Weaving                      2058 Needlepoint Specimen       2067 Jewelry

                                           DOMESTIC ART
Every Painting must be mounted or framed and ready to be hung with wire or hanger attached.
                              SECTION 10- OIL OR ACRYLIC PAINTING
                             PREMIUMS: 1st: $10.00 - 2nd: $7.00 - 3rd: $4.00
LANDSCAPE                              MISCELLANEOUS
1 Autumn                               10 Group or Family
2 Winter Scene                         11 Animal
3 Spring Scene                         12 Architecture



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4 Summer                                 13 Birds
STILL LIFE                               15 Figures
5 Flowers                                16 Marine
6 Fruits                                 17 Moonlight
7 Food                                   20 Pop art made from commercials such
PORTRAIT                                 as collage type
8 Child                                  21 Caricatures
9 Adult                                  22 Any other subject

                                    SECTION 11 - WATER COLOR
                               PREMIUMS: 1st: $7.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $3.00
LANDSCAPE                             PORTRAIT
31 Autumn                             38 Child
32 Winter Scene                       39 Adult
33 Spring Scene                       MISCELLANEOUS
34 Summer                             40 Abstraction
STILL LIFE                            41 Animal
35 Flowers                            42 Architecture
36 Fruits                             43 Birds
37 Food                               45 Figures
46 Marine                             47 Moonlight
51 Caricatures                        52 Any other subject

                                        SECTION 12 - DRAWINGS
                              (Two or not more than four comprise a Collection)
                               PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
60 Charcoal Collection          62 Pencil Collection            64 Pastel Collection
61 Ink Collection               63 Crayon Collection

                                 PREMIUMS: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
                                    (Must be framed and ready for hanging)
67 Charcoal from cast, single            75 Pencil, single
68 Charcoal from Life, single            76 Pastel figures, single
69 Animal study charcoal, single         77 Pastel still life, single
70 Crayon portrait, single               78 Pastel landscape, single
71 Crayon, any subject, single           79 Pastel portrait, single
72 Ink head, single                      80 Pastel, any subject, single
73 Ink silhouette, single                81 Any other, single
74 Ink, any subject, single

       Every piece of art must be mounted or framed and ready to be hung with wire or hanger attached.
                           SECTION 13 - MISCELLANEOUS - ORIGINAL WORK
                                PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
200 Mixed media, any subject      206 Sculpture Abstract         212 Greeting Cards, Christmas
201 Gesso, any subject            207 Hand painted Eggs          213 Greeting Cards, other than Christmas
202 Plaster, any subject          208 Advertising                214 Woodcuts
203 Paper mache, any subject      209 Cartoon                    215 Silk Screen Etching
204 Sculpture, Figure             210 Crop Art                   216 String Art
205 Sculpture Portrait            211 Collage                    217 Wire Art
                                                                 218 Any other




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                                    SECTION 14 - PHOTOGRAPHY - AMATEUR
All photographs must be taken by the exhibitor. Collections of photographs must include not less than 4 or more than 6
individual pictures, and all pictures in collections must be arranged and mounted so that each and all are visible at the
same time. Good mounting will be considered. Pictures should be ready for hanging with durable hangers or stands to
display on table.
      Black and white prints to be no smaller than 3x5 inches. Color prints to be no smaller than 3x5 inches.

                                       $25.00 Award for Best of Show.
                                  PREMIUMS: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
229 Special Events Collection
230 Fair photographs, black and white, collection
231 Fair photographs, color, collection
232 Photographs of people, black and white, collection
233 Photographs of people, color, collection
234 Photographs of country scenes and activities, black and white, collection
235 Photographs of country scenes and activities, color, collection
236 Photographs of animals, black and white, collection
237 Photographs of animals, color, collection
238 Photographs of children, black and white, collection
239 Photographs of children, color, collection
240 Photographs of sports, black and white, collection
241 Photographs of sports, color, collection
242 Slide Pictures, illuminated collection of not more than 10
245 Country Home or other buildings, single
246 Photo of livestock, single
247 Photo of other rural scene, single                 255 Snow Scene, black & white
248 Informal Portrait, Black & White,single            256 Floral, color
249 Informal Portrait color, single                    257 Sporting Event
250 Photo of other not listed, single                  258 Fall Scene, color
251 Unusual Architecture                               259 Spring Scene, color
252 Photo of Pet Animal, color                         260 Summer Scene
253 Water Scene (lake, ocean, etc.), color             260A Winter Scene
254 Special Occasion color                             260B Nature Scene, single
(wedding, graduation, etc.),

                                       SECTION 15 - COMPUTER ART
                                        Designed with Software Graphics
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
260 Computer aided design any single “original” piece

                          SECTION 16 - DESIGNER - CRAFTSMEN - BASKETRY
                              PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
261 Basket with wooden base            263 Basket with a handle        265 Any other type
262 Basket with woven base             264 Tray

                                         SECTION 17- CERAMICS
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
275 Any Hand Built Item                  276 Any Porcelain Item             277 Any Ceramic Item

                                           SECTION 18- MOSAIC
                                    PREMIUM: 1st: $1.50 - 2nd: $1.00 - 3rd: $.75
350 Any article
                                  SECTION 19 - GLASS
                        PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
REVERSE PAINTING ON GLASS             ETCHING ON GLASS - FREEHAND
360 Any item                           361 Any article
ETCHING ON GLASS - USE OF STENCIL
362 Any article



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                                SECTION 20 - DECORATIVE PAINTING
                               PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
FREEHAND REPRODUCTION                 376 Stool                         383 Box, Tin
370 Wall Decoration                  377 Serving Tray                   384 Wooden Box
371 Door Decoration - any item       378 Tea Caddy                      385 Chair
painted on cloth                     379 Milk Can                       386 Any other type
372 Sconce or Candle Holder          380 Coffee Pot                     387 Holiday Item other
373 Picture Frame                    381 Bellows than Christmas         388 Shelf Ch ristmas
374 Christmas Item                   382 Waste Basket                   389 Tree Decorations
375 Cutting Board Decorations                                           390 Item on Cloth

                                           SECTION 21 - STENCILING
                                     Authentic Reproduction on Wood or Metal
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
395 Box                                     400 Matchbox                    405 Mirror
396 Doll Furniture                          401 Scoop                       406 Milk Can
397 Metal Tray (at least15 inch x 20 inch) 402 Lazy Susan                   407 Hitchcock Type Chair
398 Coffee Bin                              403 Apple Dish or Bread Tray    408 Rocker
399 Tea Caddy                               404 Bellows                     409 Any other article


                                         SECTION 22 - LEATHERCRAFT
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
419 Any tooled item                 420 Original article (not precut) 421 Any other article

                                        SECTION 23 - METALCRAFT
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
430 Any article 431 Tin Punch, any item

                                        SECTION 24 - ENAMELING
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
442 Any article
                                     SECTION 25 - STENCILING ON CLOTH
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
446 Clothing Item                   447 Other Item        448 Wall Decoration

                                          SECTION 26 SHELL CRAFT
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $1.50 - 2nd: $1.00 - 3rd: $0.75
461 Eggshell Ornaments              462 Any item made from sea shells

                                            SECTION 27 WOODCRAFT
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $1.00
465 Carved Bird             468 Balsa Wood Models (original) 471 Musical Instrument    474 Other item
466 Carved Animal           469 Matchstick Sculpture         472 Wood Burned Item
467 Carved Figure           470 Toothpick Sculpture          473 Sign

                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $1.00
485 Caning in Chair                 495 Planer                        506 Bird House
486 Inlaid wood, any type           496 Chair                         507 Bird Feeder
487 Magazine Rack                   497 Flower Box                    508 Bootjack
488 Waste Basket                    498 Sewing Screen                 509 Ornaments (4-7)
489 Book Ends                       499 Bench                         510 Cutting Board
490 Lamp Base                       500 Foot Stool                    511 Model
491 Tie Rack                        501 Rush weaving in chair         512 Any other
492 Toy                             502 Splint                        513 Original miniature woodcraft
493 End Table                       503 Refinished piece done in wood 514 Miniature reproduction, wood
494 Bowl                            504 Doll Furniture                and other material



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                                   505 Child’s Furniture

                                        SECTION 28 BEADING
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
525 Necklace              526 Bracelet          527 Earrings     528 Any Other Beaded Item

                                          SECTION 29 DECOUPAGE
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
Decoupage is the art of applying paper cut outs to plain surfaces for decoration and then coating with layers of
glazes and varnish.
543 Any item
                                      SECTION 30 PICTURES (Framed)
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: 2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
550 Seed                 555 Fabric                         562 Pieced & Patchwork
551 Shellcraft           556 Hooked                         563 Novelty & Picture
552 Crocheted            557 Pressed Flowers                564 Memory
553 Paper Tole           558 Nature Picture                 565 Mixed Techniques
554 Any other not listed

                                     SECTION 31 WALL HANGINGS
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: 2.00 - 3rd: $1.00

566 Appliqué              567 Modern Design          568 Woven

                           SECTION 32 - MISCELLANEOUS CRAFT (Open to All Ages)
                                    PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd $1.00
570 Plastics, shaped, cast or etched 591 Tatting                   618 Quilling, Greeting Cards
571 Felt Craft                       593 Bead Work                  and/or Stationery (3)
572 Sewing Screen or Basket          596 Stationery                 619 Hanging Ornaments (6)
573 Candles, handmade                597 Polymer Clay Item          620 Jewelry
574 Flowers, any craft               604 Cornhusk Doll              622 T-Shirt, with painted design
575 Silk Screen item                 605 Home Made Soap             624 Wheat weaving, any item
576 Long Stitch Item                 610 Stamping Craft, any        625 Wall decoration
577 Calligraphy                      612 Door Stop Doll             628 Any Other Original Work
589 Mobile                           615 Bread Dough Ornaments (6) 629 Scrapbook, hand made
590 Easter Eggs (6)                  617 Quilling, framed picture

                                             SECTION 33 - HOBBIES
 Collection must consist of not less than 5 or more than 10 articles unless otherwise stated. Awards in this class
   will be made on the basis of attractiveness, educational value, rarity and display. Each collection must be
                        attached or mounted firmly to a backing, which must not bend.

                           Nature collection: not less than 12 specimens and each labeled.
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
630 Animals                                 642 Glassware                                655 Butterflies or Moths
631 Bottles (not over 8")                   644 Vases, small, modern                     656 Insects
632 Bottles, Medicine                       645 Vinegar Cruets                           657 Leaves
633 Figurines (5)                           646 Stamps (no limit)                        658 Rocks (small)
634 Goblets (5)                             647 Coins and Currency (no limit)            659 Seeds
635 Jewelry (no limit)                      648 Cars, small                              660 Matchbook Covers
636 Miniatures                              649 Cups and Saucers                         661 Children's Toys (small)
637 Pitchers (5) (not over 6")              650 Dolls                                    662 Candlesticks
638 Pottery                                 651 Bells                                    663 Paper Weights
639 Salt and Pepper (5)                     652 Doll Furniture                           664 Post Card
640 Shells or Sea Creatures (no limit)      653 Buttons (no limit)                       665 Any other worthy merit
641 Spoons                                  654 Transportation                           666 Thimbles
                                            667 Nature collection: not less than 12 specimens and each labeled




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                                           SECTION 34 - AFGHANS
                                      (Large Size - 50x70 inches and over)
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
                                           Best of Fair- Afghan $20.00
675 Knitted pattern stitch        681 Knitted in color harmony      686 Crochet in color harmony
677 Broomstick Lace               682 Knitted cable stitch          687 Crocheted striped
678 Crochet Afghan and Pillow set 683 Knitted striped               688 Crochet panel w/ embroider design
679 Crochet pattern stitch        684 Crochet in squares            689 Crochet, flower medallion
680 Knitted in panels or squares 685 Crochet in panels

                                      Small Size (less than 50 x 70 inches)
                                PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
703 Crochet in squares                                     713 Knitted striped
704 Crochet in panels                                      714 Knitted panel with embroidered design
705 Crochet in color harmony                               718 Woven or Loom
706 Crocheted striped                                      719 Hairpin Lace
707 Crocheted panel with embroidered design                721 Knitted, pattern stitch
708 Crochet. flower medallion                              723 Broomstick Lace
709 Knitted in panels                                      724 Crochet Afghan and Pillow set
710 Knitted in squares                                     725 Crochet pattern stitch
711 Knitted in color harmony                               727 Child’s Crochet
712 Knitted, cable stitch                                  729 Any other type handwork

                                     SECTION 35 - HAND APPLIQUE
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
741 Any one item

                              SECTION 36 - BONDED OR MACHINE APPLIQUE
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.00 - 3rd: $.75
745 Christmas item               765 Any Holiday Motif          755 Any other

                                       SECTION 37 - BEDSPREAD
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $4.00
801 Any Handwork

                                   SECTION 38 - BOUDOIR ACCESSORIES
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.00 - 3rd: $0.50
805 Tissue Cover, crocheted       812 Bed Dolls         820 Towels (2)
807 Dresser Scarf                 817 Pillow Cases      821 Tissue Cover, other
810 Shoe Bag                      818 Bed Pillow        823 Any other

                                       SECTION 39 - CUT WORK
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
828 Tablecloth                                  837 Any other




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                                            SECTION 40 - CROCHET
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
845 Tablecloth                                    861 Centerpiece, Filet Crochet
855 Dress                                         862 Centerpiece, Irish Crochet, entire
856 Rug                                           863 Centerpiece, Flowered, 14" or over
858 Centerpiece, white thread, 14" or over        864 Doilies Set, 14" or over, white
859 Centerpiece, colored thread 14" or over       865 Doilies Set, 14" or over, colored
860 Centerpiece, Pineapple Design, 14"or over     866 Curtains

                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
870 Beret                                        922 Pillow Cases (2), Trimmed
873 Stole                                        927 Pot Holders (4), must be practical
879 Belt                                         928 Pot Holders(4), decorative
881 Doll or pair of dolls                        929 Hot Plate Mats (2)
882 Chair Protector                              930 Socks, pair
883 Centerpiece, 14" or under                    931 Women’s Shell
887 Stuffed Toy                                  932 Napkins (4)
888 Collar                                       934 Pillow
889 Coat Hangers (2)                             935 Necklace
890 Child’s Dress                                936 Earrings
892 Doilies Set, under 14"                       937 Booties
894 Dresser or Buffet Scarf                      938 Pillow
896 Filet Crochet, any article                   939 Shawl
897 Glass Muffs (2) or Coasters (2)              940 Shoulder Bag
899 Purse, modern                                941 Sweater, Booties, Bonnet Set
900 Hat                                          943 Toddler's Sweater
902 Hat Set                                      944 Infant’s Dress
907 Scarf                                        945 Infant’s 2 Piece Suit
911 Mittens, pair                               946 Child’s Poncho
915 Vest                                         947 Bunting Cape
917 Sweater                                      948 Any other
921 Slippers, or Bed Socks, pair

                                            SECTION 41 - EMBROIDERY
                                     PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
960 Tablecloth, 54" or more           963 Sheet & Pillowcase, with trim

                                     PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
967 Pillow Case (2)                                 980 Picture, cotton, framed
968 Towels                                          982 Picture (framed) in wool
973 Place Mat & Napkin                              983 Sampler (framed) modern
974 Buffet or Dresser Scarf, white                  984 Card Table Cover
on white cloth                                      986 Embroidered Clock
975 Buffet or Dresser Scarf, color                  987 Baby Bibs (3)
on white cloth                                      988 Count Embroidery Pillow
976 Buffet or Dresser Scarf, white                 989 Pillow
on colored cloth                                    990 Machine Embroidered, any piece
977 Buffet or Dresser Scarf, color                 991 Doilies
on colored cloth                                    993 Round Embroidered Centerpiece
                                                    994 Any Other

                                                LIQUID EMBROIDERY
                                     PREMIUM: 1st: $1.00 - 2nd: $0.75 - 3rd: $0.50
996 Dresser Scarf                     1002 Place Mat & Napkin        1005 Pillow case
1001 Wall Hanging                     1004 Picture (framed)          1006 Any other article

                                      SECTION 42 - CREWEL EMBROIDERY
                                     PREMIUM: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $3.00



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                                  ORIGINAL DESIGN STAMPED OR KIT
1021 Sampler, or picture, framed                 1051 Sampler or Picture, framed
1022 Wall Hanging (without frame)                1052 Wall Hanging (without frame)
1023 Pocketbook                                  1053 Pocketbook
1024 Pillow                                      1054 Pillow
1025 Clock Face                                  1055 Wearing Apparel
1026 Wall Hanging, Creative Applique & Stitchery 1056 Clock Face
1027 Any other                                   1057 Any other type

                                   SECTION 43 - HOLIDAY DECORATIONS
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
1100 Tablecloth, any holiday                     1123 Christmas Stocking, Knitted
1102 Place Mats & Napkin any holiday             1124 Tree Ornaments (set of 6) cloth
1103 Christmas Tree Skirt                        1125 Tree Ornaments, wood (6)
1105 Door Decorations, Christmas                 1126 Tree Ornaments, ceramic (6)
1108 Christmas Stocking                          1127 Christmas Stocking, Crochet
1109 Christmas Wall Hanging                      1128 Door Decoration, other than X-mas
1110 Sequin work, any article                    1129 Stuffed Santa
1111 Table Decoration, Christmas                 1130 Bell
1112 Table Decoration, any holiday               1131 Wall Plaque, painted
1114 Pine Cone Wreath                            1132 Hanging Decorations, Valentine’s Day (6)
1115 Holiday Wreath, use of dried material       1133 Hanging Decorations, Easter (6)
1116 Wall Plaque, use of dried material          1134 Grapevine Wreath
1117 Candle Holders, use of dried material       1135 Spring Wreath
1118 Pine Cone Christmas Tree                    1136 Fall Wreath
1119 Sequin Trim Christmas Balls                 1138 Easter Decorations
        (3 and not more than 6)                  1139 Any Other than Christmas
1120 Christmas Wreath, dried material            1140 Holiday Motif, clothing item
1122 Christmas Wreath, other material            1141 Halloween Items

1142 CHRISTMAS TREE TRIMMING CONTEST -1st: $10 - 2nd: $7 - 3rd: $4
Artificial Christmas trees, approx. 3' tall, handmade ornaments and handmade skirt. Trimmed trees will be judged on
originality and attractiveness. (Minimum of10 ornaments).

                                 SECTION 44 - INFANTS & CHILDREN’S WEAR
                                             Child’s Size: 2-12 years
                                                 (Sewmanship)
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
1151 Child’s Bathrobe                              1167 Child’s Pajamas or Nightgown
1152 Coat, fabric                                  1168 Child’s 2 or 3 piece winter wear
1153 Dress, toddler’s                              1169 Child's Suit, Jacket & Shirt or Slacks/Skirt
1154 Toddler’s Coveralls                           1170 Child’s Skirt
1155 Sunsuit                                       1171 Child’s Slacks
1156 Toddler’s Jumpsuit                            1172 Child’s Shorts
1157 Toddler’s Jumper                              1173 Child's Poncho or Cape, fabric
1158 Three piece set, other handwork               1174 Child's Jumper, fabric
1159 Hooded Jacket Set (jacket, leggings)          1175 Infants Hooded Cape
1160 Christening Set, fabric                       1176 Infant's Bunting, fabric
1161 Child’s Dress                                 1177 Child’s Blazer
1162 Child’s Jumper with Blouse                    1178 Child's Bathing suit
1163 Child’s Sun Dress                             1179 Shirt
1164 Child’s Pant dress or Pant jumper             1180 Jogging Suit
1165 Child’s Blouse or Shirt, sleeveless           1181 Any other fabric item
1166 Child’s Blouse or Shirt, with sleeves
                                         SECTION 45 - KNITTING (Hand)
                                    SECTION 46- Yarn Hand Spun by Exhibitor
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
1200 Coat, lined                                   1205 Ladies & Man’s Matching Sweaters



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1202 Ribbon Knit Dress                           1206 Ladies’ Short Coat or Jacket
1203 Shawl                                       1207 Ladies’ 2 piece Suit
1204 Scarf                                       1208 Dress, one piece, unlined
                                                  Knitting
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
1209 Child’s coat, unlined                       1222 Man's Cardigan Sweater
                                                 1223 Man’s Ski Sweater
1211 Stole                                      1224 Man’s Pattern Stitch Cardigan
1212 Brother-Sister Sweater Set                  1225 Man’s Pullover Sweater
1213 Ladies’ Cardigan Sweater                    1226 Man’s Mohair Sweater
1214 Ladies’ Cable Stitch Cardigan               1227 Child's Ski Set, Sweater, Hat and Mittens
1215 Ladies’ Pattern Stitch Cardigan             1228 Shawl
1216 Ladies’ Ski Sweater                         1230 Man's Sleeveless Sweater or Vest
1217 Ladies’ Channel Type Sweater                1231 Ladies Slipover with design
1218 Ladies Slipover                             1232 Ladies’ Pattern Stitch applied stitchery
1219 Ladies’ Bulky Knit Sweater, Raglan Sleeves 1233 Ski Hat & Sweater, matching
1220 Ladies’ Bulky Knit Sweater, Set in Sleeve   1234 Sweater with Hood

                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
1235 Child’s Pullover, color design              1267 Child’s Hat or Beret
1236 Child’s Pullover, Cable Stitch              1268 Hot Dish Holders (2)
1237 Infant’s Sweater                            1270 Socks
1238 Child’s Cardigan Sweater                    1273 Hat
1239 Child’s Pattern Stitch Cardigan             1274 Hat, Mittens & Scarf Set
1240 Child’s Cardigan with color design          1275 Scarf
1241 Child’s Pullover Sweater                    1276 Bed Jacket
1242 Child’s Snowsuit                            1277 Doily (thread)
1243 Child’s 2 Piece Suit                        1280 Ladies’ Shell, pattern stitch
1244 Sleeveless Sweater                          1282 Sofa Pillow
1245 Shrug                                       1284 Bag
1246 Pillow Case, solid knitting                 1287 Pillow Case, knitted edge
1247 Gloves, pair                               1288 Poncho or Cape
1248 Mittens, child’s 2, needle                  1289 Vest
1249 Mittens, child’s 4, needle                  1290 Beret
1250 Mittens, adult’s 4, needle                 1293 Infant’s 2 Piece Suit
1262 Mittens, adult’s 2, needle                  1294 Child’s Poncho/Cape
1263 Child’s Ski Hat & Mitten Set                1295 Sweater, Booties, Bonnet Set
1264 Child’s Vest                                1296 Carriage Robe
1265 Infant’s Hooded Jacket                      1297 Toddler’s Sweater
1266 Child’s Dress                               1298 Infant’s Dress
                                                 1299 Any other not listed

                                    SECTION 47 - MACHINE KNITTING
                                PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
1310 Scarf               1314 Ski Hat          1319 Sweater              1323 Skirt
1312 Baby Item           1315 Mittens          1321 Placemats (2)        1324 Dress
1313 Poncho              1316 Shell            1322 Blouse               1327 Any other




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                                      SECTION 48 - LOOM WEAVING
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
1330 Rug                          1338 Curtains                  1340 Wall Hanging
1335 Wearing Apparel              1339 Bedspread                 1352 Carriage Robe
1341 Baby Blanket                 1351 Handwoven yard goods      1353 Any other not listed
1346 Stole or Scarf

                                         Honey Comb Weaving
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $1.00 - 2nd: $0.75 - 3rd: $0.50
1354 Place Mat (2)                     1357 Centerpiece or Doily
1355 Hot Place Mats (3)                1358 Any other not listed

                                        Children’s Hand Weaving Loom
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $1.00 - 2nd: $0.75 - 3rd: $0.50
1360 Pot Holders (3)              1361 Hot Place Mats (3)        1362 Any other not listed

                                         SECTION 49 - MACRAME
                     Macrame Is the art of creative knotting of string, rope, twine or yarn.
                              PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2-00 - 3rd: $1.00
1410 Belt                                1419 Necklace
1412 Screen or Window Shade              1420 Hanging Plant Holder
1415 Tote Bag                            1423 Any other
1416 Sinneb or Wall Hanging              1424 Chair

                                    SECTION 50 - FABRIC DECORATION
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
1425 Batic                        1427 Tie Dyed                  1429 Any other
1426 Painted                      1428 Stenciled

                               SECTION 51- PIECED OR TIED COMFORTERS
                                PREMIUM: 1st: $10.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $3.00
1432 Irish Chain                       1439 Twin (2)                      1446 Mixed Techniques
1433 Baby Quilt, whole cloth           1440 Star Pattern                  1447 Cathedral Window
1434 Baby Quilt, pieced                1441 Stack & Whack                 1448 Any other design
1435 Pieced or Patchwork               1442 Applique & Embroidery         1450 Bisquit
1436 Applique                          1443 Modern Design                 1451 Whole Cloth
1437 Embroidered                       1444 Autograph or Memory           1452 Star Pattern
1438 Novelty or Picture                1445 Log Cabin

                                SECTION 52 HAND QUILTED BED QUILTS
                                            (May be machine pieced.)
                       A special viewer's choice Award of $25.00 will be awarded for the
                                     quilt chosen from entries in 52 and 53.
                               PREMIUM: 1st: $12.00 - 2nd: $6.00 - 3rd: $4.00
1432A Irish Chain                 1442A Applique & Embroidery       1445A Log Cabin
1433A Baby Quilt, whole cloth     1443A Modern Design               1446A Mixed Techniques
1434A Baby Quilt, pieced          1444A Autograph or Memory         1447A Star Pattern
1435A Pieced or Patchwork         1438A Novelty or Picture          1448A Any other design
1436A Applique                    1439A Twin (2)                    1451A Whole Cloth
1437A Embroidered                 1440A Velvet                      1452A Miniature Pieced
                              SECTION 53 MACHINE QUILTED BED QUILTS
                                 Quilted by Exhibitor - not professionally done.
                               PREMIUM: 1st: $12.00 - 2nd: $6.00 - 3rd: $4.00
1432B Irish Chain                 1438B Novelty or Picture                   1445B Log Cabin
1433B Baby Quilt, pieced          1439B Twin (2)                             1446B Mixed Techniques
1434B Baby Quilt, whole cloth     1440B Star Pattern                         1448B Any other design
1435B Pieced or Patchwork         1442B Applique & Embroidery                1451B Whole Cloth
1436B Applique                    1443B Modern Design -please name pattern 1452B Miniature Pieced



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1437B Embroidered                1444B Autograph or Memory                 1453B Any Star Design

                         SECTION 54 PROFESSIONALLY QUILTED BED QUILTS
                                          Pieced by Exhibitor.
                              PREMIUM: 1st: $10.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $3.00
1432C Irish Chain              1437C Embroidered                        1444C Autograph or Memory
1433C Baby Quilt, pieced       1438C Novelty or Picture tern            1445C Log Cabin
1434C Baby Quilt, whole cloth  1439C Twin (2)                           1446C Mixed Techniques
1435C Pieced or Patchwork      1442C Applique & Embroidery              1448C Any other design
1436C Applique                 1443C Modern Design -please name pat     1452C Miniature Pieced
                                                                        1453C Any Star Design

               SECTION 55 - SMALL QUILTED & PATCHWORK OR APPLIQUE PROJECTS
                              PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.50
1458 Pillow, quilted   1462 Tea Cozy                 1470 Tablecloth 1475 Placemats
1459 Tote Bag          1463 Doll Quilt and Pillow    1471 Any other
1460 Box, covered      1464 Apron                    1472 Wall Hanging
1461 Pillow, patchwork 1465 Pillow, any other        1473 Table runner
1466 Pillow, tied      1469 Wearing Apparel          1474 Vest

                                          SECTION 56 - RUGS
                        PREMIUM: 1st: $10.00 - 2nd: $6.00 - 3rd: $5.00 — 6' x 9' or over
STANDARDS:                             1480 Braided
Good in Proportion                     1482 Hooked
Appropriate to Use                     1483 Punch Needle
Pleasing Blend of Color                1484 Ghiordes Knot
Uniformly Well made and Finished       1485 Hooked, using latchet hook

                        PREMIUM: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $4.00 — 3' x 5'-6' x 9'
1487 Braided                  1492 Punch Needle         1495 Hooked, using latchet hook
1489 Hooked                   1494 Ghiordes Knot        1499 Any other

                       PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 3rd: $2.00 — 3' x 5' and under
1500 Braided                 1507 Punch Needle, unclipped        1514 Hooked Chair Seats, wool (not yarn)
1502 Braided Chair Seats     1508 Punch Needle, clipped          1516 Needlepoint Rug
1503 Braided Table Mat       1510 Hooked Wall Hanging            1520 Hooked Wool
1505 Hooked                  1512 Hooked, using latchet hook 1522 Any other not listed

                                      SECTION 57 - SMOCKING
                                PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
1527 Dress, child        1530 Blouse           1532 Pillow               1536 Any other not listed

                                      SECTION 58 - TOY CRAFT
                                PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
1540 Crochet doll, stuffed            1550 Stuffed Toy          1557 Stuffed Animal, pillow
1541 Crochet toy, solid               1551 Puppet               1558 Clothespin Doll
1542 Yarn Doll                        1552 Knitted Toy          1559 Original Wall Hanging
1543 Yarn Animal                      1553 Best Dressed Doll, for Child’s bedroom, fabric
1544 Fabric Doll                      Ethnic Period sewn crochet1560 Fabric, Stuffed Storybook
1545 Fabric Doll, dressed             1554 Beanbag              Dolls or Animals, pr.
1546 Sock Doll, dressed               1555 Fabric Animal        1561 Character Doll, Single
1549 Doll Clothes, with model                                   1562 Any other




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                                         SECTION 59 - STITCHERY
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
1566 Cross Stitch                        1582 Needlepoint Handbag           1600 Bargello Stitch Embroidery
1568 Cross Stitch Clock                  1583 Needlepoint Picture (framed) 1601 Tent Stitch Item
1570 Cross Stitch Picture (framed)       1584 Needlepoint Wall Hanging 1603 Tote Bag
1571 Cross Stitch Sampler (framed)        1585 Needlepoint Pillow Top       1606 Needlepunch
1572 Cross Stitch Pillow Top             1586 Needlepoint Door Stop         1607 Any other
1575 Cross Stitch Placemat & Napkin      1590 Petit Point Any Item          1608 Candlewick Pillow Top
1576 Cross Stitch Wall Hanging           1593 Italian Hemstitching          1609 Chicken Scratch
1578 Needlepoint Chair Seat              1594 Hemstitching, Any Item        1610 Red Work
1580 Needlepoint Footstool Top           1599 Quickpoint Embroidery         1611 Silk Ribbon Embrodery

                                    SECTION 60 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
1615 Wall Hanging           1620 Wearing Apparel          1625 Christmas Ornaments (set of 6)
1616 Picture, framed        1621 Jewelry Piece            1626 Christmas item, other
1617 Handbag                1622 Bell Pull                1627 Any other not listed
1618 Tote Bag               1623 Coverlet                 1628 Sampler, framed
1619 Pillow                 1624 Kitchen Decoration

                                 SECTION 61 - SWEDISH DARNING ON HUCK
              The raised thread of the fabric forms the basis of the work, which is a darning stitch.
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
1640 Any other not listed
                                       SECTION 62 - SWEDISH WEAVING
Drawn threads for border of desired width. Use no knot; weave over and under two sets of threads. Fill space closely by
pushing darning stitches together as you work. Finish bar and fasten thread by running down center of bar.

                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
1645 Any item
                                          SECTION 63 - TATTING
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
1655 Doily, solid tatting                1659 Any other not listed

                                    SECTION 64- OUICKPOINT (Plastic Mesh)
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
1661 Constructed Item               1664 Kleenex Box               1667 Constructed Buildings
1662 Baby Item                      1665 Kitchen Accessories       1668 Picture
1663 Place Mats                     1666 Desk Accessories          1669 Any other

                                         SECTION 65 - LATCH HOOK
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
1670 Wall Hanging           1671 Picture          1672 Pillow               1675 Any other

                                      SECTION 66 - LONG STITCH
                                PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
1676 Wall Hanging        1677 Picture          1678 Pillow               1681 Any other
1682 Christmas Decoration

                                          SECTION 67 - LAMP SHADES
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
1684 Pierced                        1686 Pressed Flower            1689 Punched or cut design
1685 Painted                        1687 Cloth or fabric           1690 Cut and Painted




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                                       SECTION 68 - HAND SPUN WOOL
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
1691 Handspun wool skein                   1693 Handspun synthetic dye skein
1692 Handspun natural dye skein (list dye material)

                                             SECTION 69 - CLOTHING
                                    PREMIUM: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
1698 Coat, lined, set in sleeves                   1711 Men’s Sport Jacket or Blazer
1699 Coat, lined, raglan sleeves                   1712 Girls’ or Boys’ Blazer
1700 Coat, lined, plaid                            1713 Formal or Evening Dress, silk or synthetic
1701 Coat, short or topper, lined                  1714 Formal or Evening Dress, cotton or blend of
1702 Coat, short or topper, unlined                        cotton, linen
1704 Coat & Dress coordinated                      1715 Man’s Suit
1705 3 piece suit ensemble, wool                   1716 Cape, lined or reversible
1706 3 piece suit ensemble, fiber other than wool  1717 Jacket, quilted, lined
1707 Ladies’ Wool Suit                             1718 Jacket, quilted, unlined
1708 Ladies’ Suit, fiber other than wool           1719 Cocktail Dress
1709 Ladies’ Sport Jacket or Blazer lined          1722 Wedding Dress
1710 Ladies’ Sport Jacket or Blazer unlined        1724 Ski Jacket

                                    PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
1742 Two Piece Dress                                    1745 Dress, wool or wool-like material
1743 Jacket & Dress, dress set in sleeves, jacket lined 1774 Skirt, matching sleeveless blouse
1744 Jacket & Dress, dress sleeveless jacket lined      1775 Skirt, contrasting blouse
1754 Dress, lace, lined                                 1776 Skirt, contrasting blouse, sleeveless
1755 Dress, jersey knit                                 1777 Poncho or Cape, unlined
1756 Dress, set in sleeves                              1782 Man or Boy’s Dress Shirt
1757 Dress, raglan sleeves                              1783 Pants with Overblouse, Vest or Tunic
1758 Dress, cotton blend, sleeveless                    1784 Man’s or Boy’s Sport Shirt, wool or wool-like
1759 Dress, cotton blend, plaid                                 material
1760 Dress, synthetic, set in sleeves, plaid            1785 Man’s or Boy’s Sport Shirt, fiber other than
1761 Mother & Daughter Dresses                                  wool
1762 Mother or Father and Son Shirt Set                 1786 His & Hers Vests or Jackets
1763 Ladies’ Suit, unlined                              1787 Skirt with Overblouse, vest or Tunic
1765 Man’s Slacks                                       1788 Brother & Sister Matching Ouffits
1767 2 or 3 Piece Pant Suit, set in sleeves             1791 Dress featuring use of border design
1770 2 or 3 Piece Pant Suit, raglan sleeve              1792 Dress featuring creative use in fabric with
1771 Dress, fabric knit design                                  (print, stripe, plaid or applied)
1772 Sport Outfit, 3 pieces                             1793 Garment featuring use of braids
1773 Skirt, matching blouse

                                    PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
1816 Apron                           1833 Shorts                     1851 Vest, boy’s or man's
1817 Shift, sleeveless, cotton blend 1834 Jogging Suit               1852 Vest, ladies' or girls'
1820 Jumpsuit                        1836 Slacks, lined, ladies      1853 Costume, dance
1821 Sun Dress                       1837 Slacks, unlined, ladies    1854 Costume, square dance
1822 Blouse                          1840 Bathing Suit               1855 Costume, any style worthy of merit
1823 Blouse, dressy                  1841 Man's/Boy's Bathing Trunks 1856 Maternity Dress
1824 Blouse, peasant                 1843 Jumper                     1858 Hand Decorated Sweater, jeweled,
1825 Blouse, sleeveless, tank top 1844 Skirt, straight                  embroidered, (sweater maybe purchased)
1826 Blouse, set in sleeves          1845 Skirt, wool, fully lined   1859 Blouse, fabric knit
1827 Blouse, Raglan sleeves          1846 Skirt, gored               1860 Tunic, fabric knit
1828 Housecoat or Duster             1847 Skirt, A-lined             1861 Slacks, fabric knit
1829 Beachrobe                       1848 Skirt, wrap around         1862 Skirt, fabric knit
1830 Bathrobe                        1849 Skirt, pleated             1863 Sisters’ Matching Outfit
1831 Culottes                        1850 Skirt, gathered            1864 Brothers’ Matching Outfit

                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00



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1875 Man’s Pajamas                 1881 Pajama Bag             1892 Hat or Beret
1876 Ladies’ Nightgown             1882 Laundry Bag            1897 Halter Blouse
1877 Ladies’ Pajamas               1883 Beach Bag              1898 Pillow Top
1878 Slip                          1885 Handbag                1899 Shoulder Bag
1879 Half Slip                     1886 Evening Bag            1900 Any other not listed

                                  SECTION 70 - MINIATURES - HAND MADE
                                  PREMIUM 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.00
2070 Furniture, 3 pieces `         2072 Household Accessories    2074 Doll
2071 Rug                           2073 Food                     2075 Any other
                                                                 2076 Quilt

                                 SECTION 71 - ARTS AND CRAFTS IN ACTION
1 Actual demonstration of an art or craft that you would like to share.
                        Please contact the Superintendent, Janet Weber, phone 753-6131



                                               Department Kl
                                          Antiques & Collectibles
                                      Superintendent - Janet Weber - 753-6131

Arrival:          All Antiques                                         1:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Mon., 8/31
                                                                       10:00 am -1:00 pm, Tues., 9/1
Special hours for Domestics & Gift Shop only                           1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Sun., 8/30

Judging:          All Antiques                                         3:00 pm Tuesday, 9/1

Dismissal:        All Antiques                                 9:00 am -1:00 pm & 4:30-6:30, Tues., 9/8

Entry Fee: 10% of 1st place award Due with pre-entry by 8/15

Exhibitors:       Residence of Rensselaer County and the Town of Easton, Washington County. Amateurs only ( not a
                  dealer).

                                                     Requirements
Items in Section 1 through 4 must be 75 years old or older. Items must be authentic in age not antiqued. No
reproductions. If possible indicate information about items age and history. Items in Section 5 can be from 1900’s (and
earlier) to the present.

                                                 Judging Criteria
Judging will be based on items rarity, workmanship and cleanliness. All things being equal the judge may give
preference to items made in New York and/or America and those with names of the maker attached.

                                                  SECTION 1
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
                     Only ONE article per entry in this Section 1, unless otherwise specified.
1 ABC Plate                              56 Christmas Article                100 Gaudy Welsh
2 American China (not otherwise listed)  58 Candlestick, single              101 Gibson Girl Plates
3 Auto Article                           59 Candlestick, pair                102 Girandoles
4 Autograph                              60 Daguerreo type (2)               103 Glass Mug
5 American Flag                          62 Daisy and Button Glass (clear) 116 Hair, objects used in
7 Box, Wooden                            63 Daisy and Button Glass (colored)117 Hair, ornaments made of
8 Bank - Mechanical                      64 Decanter                         118 Horn, musical instrument
9 Bank - Still                           65 Dedham Pottery                   119 Indian Relic
11 Bottle, Apothecary                    66 Delft China                      120 Inkwell
13 Bottle, Bitters                       67 Doll Furniture name              121 Iron Article
14 Belleek China                         68 Doll Dishes                      123 Ironstone


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15 Bell                    69 Doll Carriage                   124 Ivory Article
16 Bisque                  70 Doll                            125 Jug, stoneware with decoration or
17 Bedspread               71 Door Knocker                    126 Jar, stoneware
18 Bohemian Glass          73 Dresden China                   127 Jack-in-the-pulpit vase
19 Bonnet                  74 Door Stop, iron                 128 Jade
20 Buttons & Bows Glass    75 Diary                           129 Jasperware
21 Boot Jack               76 Horn, item made of horn         130 Jewelry
22 Brass Article           77 Deldare, ceramics               131 Jewel Box
23 Bread Plate             78 End of the Day Glass            134 Kate Greenaway
24 Brooch                  79 Enameled Item                   135 Kettle
25 Bridal Basket           80 Early Souvenir                  136 Kitchen Utensil
26 Butter Mold             81 Bristol Glass                   138 Lantern
27 Book, Medical           83 Figurine                        139 Limoges China
28 Book, Religious         84 Fan                             140 Linen Article
29 Textbook                85 Fairy Lamp                      141 Linen Tablecloth
30 Calendar Plate          86 Finger Bowl                     142 Lithophane
31 Candle Mold             87 Fire Equipment, one item        143 Loetz Glass
32 Cameo Glass             88 Fireplace Equipment, one item 144 Lotus Ware
33 Camphor Glass           89 Fish Set                        145 Lutz Glass
34 Book, other             90 Flask                           146 Lustre Ware
35 Candy Container         91 Flow Blue China                 150 Majolica Ware
36 Canton Ware             92 Foot Warmer                     151 Mary Gregory Glass
37 Carnival Glass          93 Foreign China (not listed)      152 Masonic Item
38 Castor Set              94 Flat Iron                       153 Match Holder
39 Chelsea China           95 Glass, colored                  155 Marble
40 China Mug               96 Glass, etched                   156 Medical Item
41 Civil War Item          97 Early Blown Glass               157 Meissen China
42 Cloisonne               98 Gaudy Dutch China               158 Milk Glass
43 Clothing                99 Gaudy Ironstone                 159 Mercury Glass
44 Ceramic Tile            100 Goblets, clear, pair           160 Millefiori Glass
45 Coffee Mill             101 Goblets, colored               161 Miniature Painting
46 Copper Item             102 Gold Article                   162 Mocha Ware
47 Compote                 103 Crock, stoneware, with         163 Mold (food)
48 Copper Lustre           decoration or name                 164 Muffineer
49 Cracker Jar             104 Handle Basket, before 1890 165 Mulberry China
50 Cranberry Glass         105 Hat Pin Holder                 166 Mustache Cup and Saucer
51 Cruet                   106 Hand Painted China             167 Sword-Dagger
52 Cup and Saucer          107 Hardware                       168 Document
53 Custard Glass           108 Haviland China                 169 Helmet, stirrup or other accessory
54 Cut Glass               109 Musical Instrument             170 Banner, medal
55 Cake Stand              110 Hobnail Glass                  171 Stoneware or Pottery
172 Nailsea Glass          241 Sugar Shaker                   296 Wooden Item, hand carved
173 Napkin Holder          242 Salt Dips (set of 4)           229 Sandwich Glass
175 Oriental Article       243 Strawberry Glass (overlay)     230 Shaving Mug
176 Old Magazine           244 Stein                          232 Scales
177 Old Catalogue          245 Snuffer Tray &Snuffer          233 Schoenhut Toys
178 Old Newspaper          246 Steuben Glass                  234 Shawl
179 Onyx Glass             247 Silver, Victorial Plated       235 Scrimshaws
180 Opaque Blue Glass      248 Coin Silver Flatware (only one) 236 Silhouette
185 Paper Weight           249 Sterling Silver                237 Slippers (pair)
186 Papier-Mache Article   250 Silver, Deposit Glass          238 Snuff Box
187 Parian Ware            251 Silver Lustre Ware             239 Staffordshire Ceramic Article
189 Pewter Pitcher         252 Silver Resist Ware             286 Footed Cooking Utensil
190 Pink Lustre China      253 Soapstone                      287 Vase
191 Pickle Castor          254 Souvenir or Commemorative 288 Vasoline Glass
192 Pottery Article        255 Plate Steuben Glass            289 Venetian Glass
193 Powder Horn            256 Sunderland Lustre              290 Wavecrest
194 Pipe                   257 Slate                          291 Watch, solid gold



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195 Pistol                               258 Scarf                             292 Watch, silver
196 Parasol                              259 Spice Jars                        293 Wedgewood, early
197 Pressed Glass                        260 Silver, flat, holloware pr.1825   294 WillowWare
198 Pillow Top                           261 Scoop                             295 Wooden Item
199 Pitcher                              262 Sconce                            297 Wash Set
200 Pomana Glass                         263 Tablecloth                        298 Weather Vane
201 Portrait Plate                       265 Taffeta Glass                     299 Waterford Glass
202 Picture                              266 Teapot                            300 Woolen Coverlet
203 French Porcelain                     267 Threaded Glass                    301 Wood Paneling (section approx.
204 Quilt Top                            268 Tiffany Glass                     2' x 3') to show moldings
205 Quilt, patchwork                     269 Tinsel Picture                    302 Bridle buttons and Brasses
206 Quilt, hand quilted                  270 Tintype/Degarotype                303 Bennington Stoneware
208 Quezal Glass                         271 Terra Cotta Ware                  304 German Beer Stein
212 Railroad Item                        272 Towel                             305 Bottle, colored
213 Reverse Painting on Glass            273 Tole                              306 History of Renss. Co. Before1900
214 Rockingham StoneWare                 274 Tobacco Jar                       308 Crane
215 Rogers’ Statuary                     275 Tool, hand                        309 Fruit Jar (before 1898)
216 Rockwood Pottery                     276 Toast Rack                        310 Teapot, silver
217 Rose Medallion China                 277 Toothpick Holder                  311 Notions
218 Royal Worchester                     278 Trivet                            312 Quilt, applique
219 Royal Doulton                        279 Tile                              313 Scrapbook or Album
220 Royal Bayrreuth                      280 Toy, metal                        314 Water Pitcher
221 Royal Copenhagen                     281 Toy, wooden                       315 Tin Container
222 Rubina Glass                         282 Toby Jug                          316 Tray
223 Rubina Verde Glass                   283 Tinware, original decoration,     317 Woven Cover lid
224 Sheet Music                          untouched                             318 Wine Glass
227 Sampler                              284 Tinware, restored                 319 War Relic, before 1865
228 Satin Glass                          285 Tinware, unpainted                320 Camera
                                                                               321 Cookbook

                                   SECTION 2 - ANTIQUE FURNITURE
                                PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
340 Candle Stand                 352 Music Box         364 Wooden Shelf Clock
341 Child’s Table                353 Photograph        365 Metal Shelf Clock
342 Child’s Chair                354 Oriental Rug      366 China Shelf Clock
343 Chair                        355 Sewing Stand      367 Marble or any Shelf Clock
344 Rocker                       356 Love Seat         368 Glass Dome Clock
345 Chest                        357 Spice Box         369 Wall Clock
346 Cradle                       358 Spinning Wheel    370 Early Drawing or Crude Painting
347 Foot Stool                   359 Stand             371 Carving in wood, ivory, horn, bone, etc.
348 Lamp, Glass                  360 Table             372 Early Tavern Table
349 Lamp, Primitive              361 Whatnots          373 Snuff Box
350 Lamp, Miniature              362 Yarn Winder       374 Sewing Box
351 Mirror                       363 Cuspidor          375 Writing Box or Desk
                                                       376 Any other not listed, worthy of merit




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                                 SECTION 3 - ANTIQUE HOBBY COLLECTIONS
                            Three or not more than five articles comprise a Collection.
                                   Each Collection must be attached or mounted.
                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $1.00
398 Books (boxed)                          419 Snuff Bottles         441 Catalogues
399 Indian Arrowheads or Spearheads        420 Stone Jugs            442 Civil War Articles
(no limit)                                 421 Souvenir Items        443 Coins (no limit)
400 Autograph Book (no limit)              422 Salt and Pepper       444 Dolls (5)
401 Advertising Cards (no limit)           423 Satin Glass           445 Fans
402 Advertising, other                     424 Salts - master        446 Flasks
403 Buttons (no limit)                     425 Stick Pins            447 Greeting Cards (no limit)
404 Bottles, patent medicine (5)           426 American China        448 Games
405 Boxes                                  427 Cups and Saucers      449 Iron Toys
406 Campaign Slogans, etc.                 428 Christmas Articles    450 Lamps, miniature
407 Calendars, Almanacs                    429 Pictures, framed      451 Miniature Items
408 Candlesticks, 3 pairs                  430 Photographs (no limit)452 Miniature Paintings
409 Pipes                                  431 Documents             453 Bells
410 Pitchers, small                        432 Bill of Sale          454 Magazines
411 Post Cards (no limit)                  433 Keys                  456 Paper Money
412 Powder Horn                            434 Valentines            457 Almanacs
413 Oriental China                         435 Wooden Items          458 Sheet Music
414 Rings                                  436 Figurines             459 Maps
415 Scrimshaws                             437 Newspapers            460 Fair Items
416 Sleighbells                            438 Paper Weights         461 Matchbox Covers
417 Spoons, souvenir                       439 Tooth Pick Holders 462 Any other not listed, worthy of merit
418 Stamps (no limit)                      440 Vases                 463 Hat Pins

                                    SECTION 4 - EARLY COLLECTIONS
                           Six pieces or more and they must be mounted or attached.
                                     (Display technique will be considered.)
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $1.00
500 Early Pioneer Tools                   502 Early Country Kitchen          504 Photos
501 Farm Equipment                        503 Early Country Store

                                       SECTION 5 – COLLECTIBLES
                                   Collectables must be at least 50 years old
                          Four pieces or more and they must be mounted or attached.
510 Advertising Items            517 Early Rock & Roll Items                524 Salt & Pepper Shakers
511 Beer Steins                  518 Items of Local Historical Interest     525 Sheet Music
512 Cameras                      519 Maps                                   526 Spoons
513 Character Dolls              520 Match Box Cars                         527 War Items
514 Costume Jewelry              521 Milk Bottles                           528 Wind-up Toys
515 Comic Books                  522 Movie or Concert Posters               529 Vintage Clothing
516 Disney Memorabilia or Toys 523 Presidential Campaign Posters 530 Other Collectibles not listed

                                             Best of Show Antique
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                                                           Department L
                                                       Homemaking - Food
                                               Superintendent - Marilou Town - 753 6198
                                           Theme- “A Kaleidoscope of Colors, Tastes and Smells”

Arrival:                 Food items                                                          4:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Mon., 8/31
                                                                                             10:00 am -1:00 pm, Tues., 9/1

Judging:                 Food items                                                          3:00 pm Tues., 9/1

Dismissal:               Food items                                                          9:00 am-1:00 pm & 4:30 - 6:30
                                                                                                             Tues., 9/8

Entry Fee:               10% of 1st place award Due with pre-entry by 8/15

Exhibitors:              Resident of Rensselaer County and the Town of Easton, Washington County.

                                                     Requirements
One (1) entry per class. Exhibit preserved food in sealed/standard home canning jars. Items should have been canned
within a year. Leave metal rings on jars. Please do not use jars with glass tops. No preservatives. Recipes do not need to
accompany exhibits, but entrants are encouraged to submit the recipe of entry item for posting on the homemaking
bulletin board. There are no refrigerators. Foods with cream or cheese should arrive on the day of judging. Entries in
youth classes must be prepared entirely by individual entering. Indicate age on entry tag.

                              Size and or amount of baked goods considered an exhibit:
Yeast and quick breads -1/2 of 9x4x4 loaf
Cakes - 1/4 whole cake -decorated cakes may use cake forms
Cookies, doughnuts, rolls, cup cakes, cream puffs, biscuits & muffins - 3 each
Pies - use disposable aluminum foil tins not less than 5 inches in diameter
Candies - 4 pieces or 1/4 lb.

                                                 Judging Criteria
Canned goods will be opened and all food items will be tasted. Champion ribbons will be awarded to the best of show,
cookie, bread, pie, cake and youth exhibits.

Scoring for Preserved Food                             Scoring for Other Baked Goods
Color .......................................... 20    Appearance ............................... 25
Clearness of liquid ..................... 20           Crust edge ................................. 25
Pack ........................................... 10    Texture ....................................... 25
Container ................................... 10       Flavor ......................................... 25
Texture ....................................... 20
Flavor ......................................... 20

Scoring for Holiday Gift Package                       Scoring for Pies
Appearance ............................... 25          Appearance ............................... 25
Texture ....................................... 25     Crust .......................................... 25
Flavor ......................................... 25    Filling ......................................... 25
Packaging .................................. 25        Flavor ......................................... 25

Section 1 - Youth 11 & Under Culinary
                               PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.50
400 Biscuits (3)                411 Cake, Zucchini (1/4))               422 Muffins (3)
401 Bread, Carrot (1/2)         412 Candy (3)                           423 Pickles
402 Bread, Quick (1/2)          413 Cookies, Butter (3)                 (Standard Home Canning
403 Banana Bread                414 Cookies, Chocolate Chip (3)         Jar w/ring)
404 Bread, Yeast (1/2)          415 Oatmeal Cookies                     424 Pie
405 Bread, Zucchini (1/2)       416 Cookies, Peanut Butter (3)          425 Snicker Doodles



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406 Brownies                        417 Cookies, Sugar (3)                    426 Molasses Cookies
407 Cake, Carrot (1/4)              418 Cup Cakes, Chocolate, frosted (3)     427 Diabetic
408 Cake, Chocolate (1/4)           419 Cup Cakes, White, frosted (3)         428 Any Other
409 Cake, Spice (1/4)               420 Jam (Standard Home Canning Jar w/ring)
410 Cake, White (1/4)               421 Jelly (Standard Home Canning Jar w/ring

Section 2 - Youth 12-17 Culinary
500 Biscuits (3)                            516 Cookies, Peanut Butter (3)
501 Bread, Carrot (1/2)                     517 Cookies, Sugar (3)
502 Bread, Quick (1/2)                      518 Cup Cakes, Chocolate, frosted (3)
503 Banana Bread                            519 Cup Cakes, White, frosted (3)
504 Bread, Yeast (1/2)                      520 Jam (Standard Home
505 Bread, Zucchini (1/2)                   521 Jelly (Standard Home
506 Brownies Canning Jar w/ring)            Canning Jar w/ring)
507 Cake, Carrot (1/4)                      522 Muffins (3)
508 Cake, Chocolate (1/4)                   523 Pickles (Standard Home
509 Cake, Spice (1/4)                       Canning Jar w/ring)
510 Cake, White (1/4)                       524 Pie
511 Cake, Zucchini (1/4)                    525 Yeast or Raised Rolls
512 Candy (3)                               526 Molasses Cookies
513 Cookies, Butter (3)                     527 Diabetic
514 Cookies, Chocolate Chip (3)             528 Any Other
515 Oatmeal Cookies

Section 3 - Youth Decorated Cake
                               PREMIUM: 1st: $5.00 - 2nd: $4.00 - 3rd: $3.00
530 Birthday                         532 Decorated Cupcakes 534 Annual theme
531 Novelty                          533 Gingerbread House

                                   PREMIUM: 1st: $1.75 - 2nd: $1.25 - 3rd: $1.00
Section 4- Canned Fruit
1 Applesauce                                6 Mixed Fruits                     11 Raspberry, Black
2 Blackberries                              7 Peaches                          12 Raspberry, Red
3 Blueberries                               8 Pears                            13 Strawberries, garded
4 Cherries                                  9 Pineapples                       14 Diabetic
5 Elderberries                              10 Plums                           15 Any other

Section 5 - Spiced Fruits
20 Apples        22 Grapes                  24 Pears           26 Watermelon Rind      28 Any other
21 Cherries      23 Peaches                 25 Plums           27 Diabetic

Section 6- Jellies
35 Apple           39 Cherry        42 Grape                   46 Raspberry, Red       49 Any other
37 Blackberry 40 Currant            44 Mint                    47 Wine
38 Blueberry       41 Elderberry    45 Raspberry, Black        48 Diabetic

Section 7 - Jams
55 Blackberry               60 Raspberry, Black                65 Strawberry & Pineapple
56 Blueberry                61 Raspberry, Red                  66 Strawberry & Rhubarb
57 Grape                    62 Rhubarb                         67 Wine
58 Peach                    63 Strawberry                      68 Diabetic
59 Plum                     64 Strawberry, Wild                69 Any other




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Section 8 - Conserves or Preserves
75 Cherry                78 Pear                    81 Raspberry, Red        84 Diabetic
76 Grape                 79 Plum                    82 Strawberry            85 Any other
77 Peach                 80 Raspberry, Black        83 Tomato Preserves

Section 9 - Marmalades
90 Grape               92 Peach                     94 Tomato                96 Any other
91 Orange              93 Pear                      95 Diabetic

Section 10 - Canned Vegetables
100 Asparagus             104 Beets                 108 Peas                 112 Zucchini
101 Beans, Lima           105 Carrots               109 Soup Mixture         113 Tomato Juice
102 Beans, String green 106 Corn                    110 Succotash            114 Any other
103 Beans, string, yellow 107 Greens                111 Tomatoes

Section 11 - Pickled Vegetables
120 Beans                          126 Cucumber, sweet, chunk        132 Mustard
121 Beans, string                  127 Cucumber, sweet, whole        133 Onion
122 Beets                          128 Dill, sliced                  134 Sauerkraut
123 Bread and Butter               129 Dill, whole                   135 Tomato
124 Carrots                        130 Icicle                        136 Zucchini
125 Cucumber, sour, whole          131 Mixed                         137 Any other

Section 12 - Condiments
145 Chutney, Apple                 151 Sauce, Chili          157 Green Tomato Mincemeat
146 Chutney, Tomato                152 Sauce. Tomato         158 Salsa
147 Herbed Pear Pickles            153 Tomato Catsup         159 Barbecue Sauce
148 Relish, Corn                   154 Vinegar               160 Diabetic
149 Relish, Cucumber               155 Zucchini              161 Any other
150 Relish, Pepper                 156 Chow Chow

 A Holiday Gift Package made up of an assortment of any combination of the previously listed canned goods (Fruits,
                         Jellies, Vegetables, etc.) (Minimum of 3 - Maximum of 6 Jars).

                                PREMIUM: 1st: $6.00 - 2nd: $5.00 - 3rd: $4.00
165 Spring Holiday Gift Package       167 Autumn Holiday Gift Package
166 Summer Holiday Gift Package       168 Winter Holiday Gift Package
                                      169 This Year’s Theme

Section 13 - Yeast Bread
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $3.50 - 2nd: $3.00 - 3rd: $2.50
175 Coffee Cake                    181 Raisin                        187 Whole Wheat
176 Danish Pastry                  182 Rolls, Cinnamon (3) any shape 188 Oatmeal
177 Doughnuts, Raised (3)          183 Rolls, Plain (3)              189 Kringle or Christmas Stolen
178 Graham                         184 Rye                           190 Diabetic
179 Herb                           185 Sweet Bread                   191 Any other
180 Italian                        186 White

Section 14 - Quick Breads
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
195 Biscuits, Baking Powder        200 Muffins, Blueberry         205 Muffins, Whole Wheat
196 Bread, Brown                   201 Muffins, Bran              206 Scones
197 Cake, Coffee                   202 Muffins, Corn              207 Diabetic
198 Cake, Johnny                   203 Muffins, Cranberry         208 Any Other
199 Muffins, Applesauce            204 Muffins, Orange Date

Section 15 - Fruit & Vegetable Breads
                                PREMIUM: 1st: $2.50 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00



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220 Apricot                223 Cranberry           226 Nut          229 Tomato        232 Any other
221 Banana                 224 Date and Nut        227 Orange       230 Zucchini
222 Carrot                 225 Lemon               228 Pumpkin      231 Diabetic

Section 16 - Cakes
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $3.50 - 2nd: $2.50 - 3rd: $1.50
240 Angel Cake, unfrosted          248 Fruit Cake (3 or more Fruits) 256 Sunshine Cake, unfrosted
241 Applesauce Loaf, unfrosted     249 Jelly Roll                    257 Torte
242 Banana Layer                   250 Lemon Layer                   258 White Layer
243 Carrot                         251 Marble Cake                   259 Zucchini
244 Chiffon                        252 Orange Layer                  260 Cheesecake
245 Chocolate, German              253 Pound Cake                    261 Yellow Layer Cake
246 Chocolate Layer                254 Spice Layer (any filling)     262 Apple or Applesauce Cake
247 Chocolate Loaf, frosted        255 Sponge Cake, unfrosted        263 Diabetic
                                                                     264 Any other

Section 17 - Decorated Cakes
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $10.00 - 2nd: $7.50 - 3rd: $6.00
270 Anniversary            272 Cup Cakes, Decorated (6)  274 Novelty       276 This Year’s Theme
271 Birthday               273 Gingerbread House         275 Wedding

Section 18 - Miscellaneous
                                 PREMIUM: 1st: $1.50 - 2nd: $1.25 - 3rd: $1.00
285 Cream Puffs, filled (3)        289 Cup Cakes, Spice, frosted (3) 293 Brownies
286 Crisp, Apple                   290 Cup Cakes, White, frosted (3) 294 Cup Cakes, yellow, frosted
287 Crisp, Rhubarb                 291 Doughnuts, or Fried Cakes (3) 295 Diabetic
288 Cup Cakes, Chocolate, frosted (3)      292 Gingerbread           296 Any Other

Section 19 - Cookies
300 Apple Bars                     307 Filled Cookies               314 Scotch Shortbread Cookies
301 Brownie Cookies                308 Ginger, Rolled               315 Sugar Cookies, Rolled
302 Chocolate Cookies              309 Holiday Cookies              316 Lemon Bars
303 Chocolate Chip Cookies         310 Molasses Cookies             317 Butter Cookies
304 Coconut Macaroons              311 Hermit Cookies               318 Butterscotch Bars
305 Date Bars                      312 Oatmeal Cookies              319 Diabetic
306 Dropped Cookies                313 Peanut Butter Cookies        320 Any Other

Section 20 - Pies
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $4.00 - 2nd: $3.50 - 3rd: $3.00
330 Apple                  336 Custard           342 Pecan                 348 Squash
331 Banana                 337 Elderberry        343 Pineapple             349 Strawberry
332 Blueberry              338 Lemon Meringue    344 Pumpkin               350 Diabetic
333 Cherry                 339 Mince             345 Raspberry, Black      351 Any other
334 Chocolate              340 Peach             346 Raspberry, Red
335 Coconut Cream          341 Pear              347 Rhubarb

Section 21 - Candies
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $2.00 - 2nd: $1.50 - 3rd: $1.00
360 Caramels                       365 Maple Fondant              370 Penuche
361 Chocolate Creams               366 Maple Rock Candy           371 Pralines
362 Fudge, Chocolate Nut           367 Maple Soft Sugar           372 Chocolate Covered Cherries
363 Fudge, Divinity                368 Peanut Brittle             373 Diabetic
364 Fudge, Uncooked                369 Peanut Butter              374 Any other

Section 22 - Maple Syrup
                                  PREMIUM: 1st: $3.00 - 2nd: $2.00 - 3rd: $1.00
380 Maple Cream                    382 Grade A Light Amber        384 Grade A Dark Amber
381 Maple Sugar                    383 Grade A Medium Amber       385 Any other



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Section 33 - Amateur Chef Competition, Presented by Family Living Center Live During The Fair
Based on the popular TV show “Iron Chef” the Schaghticoke Fair is providing visitors an opportunity to compete
against one another from Friday through Sunday in a cooking competition. Winners return on Monday to compete for
the title of Top Chef.

Contestants must sign up at the Homemaking Department in the Family Living Center by 2:30 each day. Sign up early
as space and amenities are limited. Competition will take place in the Family living Center according to the following
time schedule and age division:

                                              3:00pm:   Young Chef, 15 and younger
                                              4:30pm:   Adult Chef, 16 and older

     1.    Contestants will have 20 minutes to prepare a snack to be served to 6 people on a cracker. The main
           ingredient, listed below, and the secret ingredient, announced at the beginning of each competition, must be
           incorporated into the snack.
     2.    Each cooking station will have the following equipment: hot plate, frying pan, sauce pan, mixing bowl, cutting
           board, measuring cup, spatula, paring knife, mixing spoon, fork, teaspoon and plate for serving. There will
           also be paper towels, sponge and supply of water.
     3.    Each station will be supplied with the following items: vegetable oil, green pepper, onion, shredded cheese,
           basil, oregano, parsley, chili power, salt and pepper. It is not required that any or all of these be used. Mustard
           and mayonnaise will be included on Monday.
     4.    Judging will be done by fair officials and will be based on originality, taste and presentation. Winners will be
           given a free pass to return on Monday to compete for the title of Top Chef.

                                                          Main Ingredients
                                                  Friday…………………………Corn
                                                  Saturday……………….Mushrooms
                                                  Sunday………………………..Peas
                                                  Monday……………..….Tuna Fish

                                                 Departments M, N & R
                                                Rachel Daurio -518-935-5327
Arrival:                        All Youth Exhibits Between                      1:00 to 5:00pm, Sunday 8/30
                                                                                9:00 am to 12 noon, Mon., 8/31

Judging:                        All Youth Exhibits                                       9:30 am, Tues., 9/1

Dismissal:                      All Youth Exhibits                              9:00 to 1:00 pm Tues., 9/1
                                                                                4:30 to 6:30 pm

Entry Fee:                      None                                            Pre-enter by August 15, 2009

Exhibitors:                     Schools, Churches, Community and Organized County Groups, in Rensselaer County

                                                      Requirements
Exhibits are limited to 16 square feet (4x4). No more than 8 foot in any one direction. Exhibitors are limited to four (4)
exhibits per exhibitor per class. Each exhibitor can only collect two (2) cash awards per class.

Indicate grade level on the entry tag.
Include an explanation of what was taught to achieve the educational value of the exhibit entered.

                                                           Judging Criteria
Academic Standard                                            Artistic Standard
Effort of Student ................... 30pts                  Creativeness/Originality ..... 30 pts



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Teacher Preparation ........... 10 pts                    Use of Materials .................. 20 pts
Educational Value ............... 35 pts                  Overall Presentation ........... 15 pts
Originality. ............................ 15 pts          Educational Value ............... 20 pts
Quality .................................. 10 pts         Effort .................................... 15 pts

                                 PREMIUMS: 1st: $25.00 - 2nd: $20.00 - 3rd: $14.00 – 4th: $7.00
                                    An Honorable Mention Ribbon will be awarded all others.
                                In Department R - $30.00 will be awarded outdoor Demonstrations

                                                       Department M
                                                    School & Community
Section 1-School Exhibit
1A Pre- or Nursery School (Academic)                      1 B Pre- or Nursery School (Artwork)
2A Grade K-3 (Academic)                                   2B Grade 4-6 (Academic)
2C Grade 7-9 (Academic)                                   2D Grade 10-12 (Academic)
3A Grade K-3 (Artwork)                                    3B Grade 4-6 (Artwork)
3C Grade 7-9 (Artwork)                                    3D Grade 10-12 (Artwork)
4 A Art Grade K-3                                         4B Art Grade 4-6
4C Art Grade 7-9                                          4D Art Grade 10-12
5A Club (Academic)                                        5B Club (Artwork)

Classes 1A, 2A-D, 5A will be judged using the Academic Standard. Classes 1B, 3A-D, 4A-D, 5B will be judged using
the Artistic Standard.

Section 2-Community Exhibit
1A Day Camp (Academic)                                    1B Day Camp (Artwork)
2A Boys & Girls Club (Academic)                           2B Boys & Girls Club (Artwork)
3A Other Youth Organization (Academic)                    3B Other Youth Organization (Artwork)

Classes 1A, 2A, 3A will be judged using the Academic Standard. Classes 1B, 2B, 3B will be judged using the Artistic
Standard.

                                                     DEPARTMENT N
                                                        CHURCH
Section 1-Community Exhibit
1A Church Exhibit With Theme (Academic)                   1B Church Exhibit With Theme (Artwork)
2A Church School Class (Academic)                         2B Church School Class (Artwork)
3A Vacation Bible School (Academic)                       3B Vacation Bible School (Artwork)
4A Youth Fellowship (Academic)                            4B Youth Fellowship (Artwork)

All #A will be judged using the Academic Standard. All #B will be judged using the Artistic Standard.




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                                            DEPARTMENT R
                                               SCOUTS
Section 1-Girls Scouts
PREMIUMS: 1st-$25 ($30 for Outdoor Demo.) - 2nd-$20 - 3rd-$14 - 4th-$7
1 Daisy                3 Junior      5. Senior
2 Brownie              4 Cadette

Section 2 - Boy Scouts
1 Cub Scouts               2 Boy Scouts (Under 18 years)         3 Outdoor Demonstration

Section 3 - Campfire Girls
1 Starflight             2 Adventure         3 Discovery & Horizons               4 Outdoor Demonstration

Section 4 - YOUTH AMBASSADOR SERVICE AWARD
The sum of $800.00 will be awarded to top 25 teenagers selected to participate in an educational public relations
program. This program will provide youth with an opportunity to learn communication and leadership skills. Criteria
for selection will include interest and past experience in 4-H and other fair activities.

                                                Department 0
                                                        Oxen
                                     Superintendent - Ken Plummer - 885-9394

Arrival:                                                      Day of the Show
Show Date:                                            Thursday, September 3, 2009
Show Times:                                           11:00 am - 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

                                                     Requirements
Only 2 teams per owner, per class. Health requirements listed in General Information and Regulations in the front of
this guide must be adhered to. A twisted whip is the only thing approved for use on the grounds. All decisions will be at
the discretion of the judge.

                                                        Definitions
Class 1 - Ground Driven Obstacle Course (Course to be determined)
Class 2 - Ox Cart Obstacle Course - A timed / point system event. The ox cart will start in a ‘’barn’’ the teamster will
back his or her team to the cart and pull the cart through a predetermined course ending up back in the “barn” structure.
Class 3 - Log Scoot Course - A timed / point event. The teamster will be required to load a log on a scoot and complete
a predetermined course. At the end of the course the teamster must unload the log from the scoot. Team minimum
weight 2400 lbs.

Awards:                    1st      2nd      3rd      4th        5th     6th      7th      8th
                           $80      $75      $70      $65        $60     $55      $50      $45

Class 4 - Best Teamster- $25.00 Award. Teamster award will be awarded by the judge to the teamster who
demonstrates both a positive attitude and respect for his/her team along with good driving skills.

                                                    – Daily –
                                           The Plummer Family presents
                                               Oxen Demonstrations
                                       At the Machinery Demonstration Area




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                                   2009 Stock Car Football
                              Saturday, September 5th at 7:00 PM
                                    TOTAL PURSE $2,150
Stock Car Football is a motor sport event based on the idea of European football/American soccer. It combines the
driving skills of local drivers and the performance of their car. Although demolition derby cars are used in this event,
wrecking the opponent’s car with another car is penalized. The ball must cause the damage – and it does some damage.

The unique sport showcases the teamwork skills necessary to move a 200 pound, 6-foot ball into the opposing teams’
end zone to score a touchdown. The two best teams compete in the championship event, “The Superbowl”.

Stock Car Football involves 40 cars and drivers in team form. Each team consists of five cars. Three cars can be on
the playing “field” at one time; any time a car leaves the playing field, a substitute car my enter.

This spectacular entertainment event will feature local drivers and their cars competing for the coveted
“Championship” title, trophy and prize money.

JM Productions, Inc. has more than forty years of expertise in producing and officiating motor sport events. For
additional information or entry forms, please contact JM Productions at (716)648-5100 or jmp@derbyinfo.net.


                             2009 SCHAGHTICOKE FAIR
                                Schaghticoke, New York
                            Sunday, September 6th at 7:00 PM
                                TOTAL PURSE $2,000
                         “CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLE FIGURE 8
                                   AUTO RACING”
                                                Entry Information Brochure
JP Productions developed this form of action racing by using compact cars to enhance excitement for both drivers and
spectators. Utilizing smaller, lightweight cars takes on all the excitement of a full-sized figure “8” without likely danger
to the drivers. Speeds average between 5 and 15 miles an hour and only 5 to 8 cars are allowed at a time. Unlike the
traditional brute-force demo, in this event it is your ability to out-think and out-maneuver the other driver that makes
you the winner! Because of it’s challenge, drivers all over are switching to figure 8 racing. With Entry blanks are
available at: Schaghticoke Fair, 69 Stillwater Bridge Road, Schaghticoke, NY (518) 753-4411 or JM Productions, Inc.
(716) 648-5100 or on-line at www.jmproductionsinc.com .

                                            PROGRAM OF EVENTS
QUALIFYING EVENTS #1-#8: In each of these events, the “ Winner ” (first car to cross the finish line after a
predetermined number of laps), will receive $75, a trophy and will qualify to run in the championship event. There is
the possibility of having a consolation race for drivers that do not qualify in the first 8 events.

CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT #9: Open to the drivers and their cars that qualified in the qualifying events. The
“winner” will receive $800, a championship trophy and will receive a “free” entry to compete in the Figure 8 races at
the New York State Fair in Syracuse on September 4th at 5:00 pm. Second place will receive $100 and a trophy.

Event #10: Demo Derby $500 to the Winner.




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                                                 ENTRY INFORMATION!
  Car number and heats are determined by postmark date.
  Drivers will receive an “Acceptance Letter” that will state CAR # and HEAT #
  Entry fee ($15) should be made payable to JM Productions, INC., and must be a Money Order, Bank Draft or Business
       Check- NO PERSONAL CHECKS.
  Mail entry (on back of sheet) Competition license agreement ( or #) and fee to: JM PRODUCTIONS, INC., 4751
       Southwestern Blvd., Hamburg, NY 14075
  All drivers must pre-enter to guarantee acceptance. Avoid late entry fee ($25) at Pit Gate and enter early!
  PIT PASSES ($15): The driver and all crew members must purchase a pit pass, which is for participant secondary
       medical insurance.
  AGE REQUIREMENT: You must be 16 years old to enter the pits. Anyone under the age of 18 must sign a minor’s
       release with a parent or guardian during the Pit Gate Hours.
  PIT GATE: Will be open between 4:30- 6:00 pm.
  Drivers may enter a car in each qualifying event.
  Car Removal: Drivers only may remove their car from the fairgrounds by 11:30 PM on September 1st. All remaining
       cars will become the property of the Towing Contractor.

                                                      CONTEST
                                         4x4 PICK-UP TRUCK PULL
                                               Wednesday Evening – 6 p.m.
                                David L. Ferris – Superintendent – Phone (518) 583-0200
At the time these rules were prepared, mid March, the 8500 lb. class rules were not finalized. When they are
completed they will be available at the fair office.
                                                Entry Fee - $16.00 per class
                                    DIVISION I STOCK: Classes 5500, 6500, 8500
                                   DIVISION II SUPER STOCK: Classes 5800, 6200
Stock division is intended for vehicles that are used for work or transportation. Vehicles must be registered, inspected
and insured. Super Stock division is intended for moderately altered vehicles (engine and suspension changes permitted).
Vehicles must be insured.

                                           GENERAL RULES – ALL VEHICLES
    1.    Contests open to four wheel drive vehicles with rubber tires – duals allowed in 8500# class only. All tires must
          be DOT.
    2.    Vehicles may be entered in more than one class but not more than once in each class.
    3.    All vehicles must have grill, hood, windshield and doors in place. Rear doors on van type vehicles may be
          removed for visibility.
    4.    All vehicles must have functional bed or box in place.
    5.    Two door, three door, or four door vehicles are allowed – no wheel base alterations permitted.
    6.    A seat belt must be worn when vehicle is on the track.
    7.    A helmet must be worn when vehicle is on the track.
    8.    Any ballast lost while hooked to the sled will result in disqualification.
    9.    Number one puller in each class will be the test puller and may take the pull or pull in the third position. If the
          sled needs adjustment, the first puller after each adjustment becomes the test puller. All decisions must be made
          before truck is unhitched from the sled.
    10.   If vehicle is legal when hooked to sled and breakage occurs during the pull, the pull will be measured and
          declared official.
    11.   Vehicles must be stopped immediately on signal from judge.
    12.   No portion of the vehicle may interfere with the sled during and before hitch.
    13.   Vehicles must be in neutral or park while hitching or unhitching.
    14.   No person will be allowed on the track except contestants and officials. Presence of others will be reason for
          disqualification.
    15.   The Fair is not liable for damage or injury to equipment or contestants.
    16.   The Fair is not liable for damage or injury to equipment or contestants.
    17.   All vehicles will be weighed with driver in cab.




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18.   The Fair is not liable for damage or injury to equipment or contestants.
19.   All vehicles will be weighed with driver in cab.
20.   Consumption of alcoholic beverage prior to or during the pull is prohibited.
21.   Decision of judges is final.
22.   Pulling positions will be drawn if time permits
23.   All contestants will reweigh immediately after the completion of their pull.

                                                STOCK RULES
1.    Factory four wheel drive vehicle with chassis, engine, drive train and cab factory list equipment in year of
      manufacture.
2.    Stock manifolds, mufflers may be disconnected.
3.    Stock suspension: suspension may be raised. It may not be blocked solid or have any additional supports i.e.
      stabilizers, extra shocks, torsion bars etc.
4.    Hitch will be made at the rear bumper or at the frame in position of bumper. Hitching device will be a steel plate
      maximum thickness 1 ½” with 3” opening or clevis. If clevis is used it must have a ¾” pin. Maximum hitch
      height 26”.
                                                 Stock Rules Continued
5.    Fuel: Gasoline or diesel; mixing of fuels, use of alcohol, ether or nitro is strictly prohibited. No pressurized
      fuels or oxygen. Unmodified factory fuel injection is allowed. Maximum of one four barrel carburetor, no
      turbos or superchargers. All engines must be equipped with air breathers.
6.    Tires shall be DOT. Maximum size 15.5 X 20. Duals allowed in 8500# only.
7.    Modified floating finish with pull off will be used.

                                             PURSE: $400.00 Per Class

     1st Place……...................$135.00              4th Place……………………$50.00
     2nd Place………………..$100.00                           5th Place……………………$30.00
     3rd Place……………… $70.00                             6th Place…………………...$15.00

                                             SUPER STOCK RULES
1.    Must conform with all general rules
2.    Any engine, chassis or cab combination allowed.
3.    Modified suspension permitted.
4.    Ring type breakaway ignition kill switch required.
5.    Engine blocks and heads must be cast iron; no aluminum. Engine to be mounted behind radiator.
6.    Aluminum intake manifold allowed; tunnel rams are allowed. Limit one four barrel carburetor. All engines
      must be equipped with air breathers.
7.    Fuel must be gasoline; no turbos, superchargers or fuel injectors. No pressurized fuels or oxygen. Mixing of
      fuels, use of alcohol, ether or nitro is strictly prohibited.
8.    Modified exhaust systems permitted.
9.    Steel bellhousings are required for use with standard transmissions. Scatter blankets are required for use with
      automatic transmissions (NTPA approved – 5 strap).
10.   Drive shaft loops and universal joints shields are required.
11.   Front axle hub guards, minimum of 5/16” thick steel, are required.
12.   Drawbar to be stationary in all directions (no cables, chains, winches etc.). Maximum height 26” to top of
      hitching device. Hitching device will be steel plate, maximum thickness 1 ½” with 3” opening.
13.   Minimum drawbar length (center rear axle to hitch point) 36% of truck wheel base.
14.   All weight must be securely fastened and may not exceed 60” from front axle center line. Loose ballast not
      allowed.
15.   Tires shall be DOT. Maximum size 15.5 X 16.5.
16.   Modified floating finish without pull off will be used (not enough time to cool engine for second run).

                                             PURSE: $600.00 Per Class
     1st Place………………….$200.00                          4th Place…………..$75.00
     2nd Place………………….$150.00                          5th Place…………..$50.00
     3rd Place………………….$100.00                          6th Place…………..$25.00




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                                              MODIFIED FLOATING FINISH
All contestants are to continue pulling until the Track Judge flags the pull to stop. All pulls will be measured. If the pull
is less than 300’ the final position will be determined as in the past. If the pull exceeds 300’ it will also be measured.
The top three pullers, who exceed 300’, will pull off for positions 1, 2, 3. If less than three pullers exceed 300’ they will
pull off as in the past.


                                                      CONTEST
                                                 TRACTOR PULLS
                                       Superintendent - Kenneth Luskin - 663-8156

  Arrival:                                                                             Day of show
  Contest Dates:                       Farm Tractors                         Thurs - 12:00 pm & 7:00 pm
                                       Modified Tractors                     Fri. - 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm
  Entry Fee:                           None                                            Farm & Modified Tractors
                                       $16.00 per class

                               All classes are required to have engine side shields
                                             General Information and Regulations
      1.    No operators under 18 years of age.
      2.    Tractors will be inspected for alterations. Tractors must be commercially manufactured, rubber-tired 2
            wheeled drive type; no tire chains or dual rear wheels. Overall length of tractor shall not be altered from
            manufacturer’s standard specifications and no visual engine modifications. Failure to comply with this rule
            will be grounds for the disqualification of the driver and tractor from this and any future pulls held at the
            Schaghticoke Fairgrounds.
      3.    A. All tractors in non-enhanced classes must have stock engines, turbos, injection pumps, etc. for the year of
            the tractor being pulled. Tractor original horsepower rating for each class will be rated in NAEDA official
            trade-in guide, if not listed, Nebraska Tractor Test results will be used.
      4.    Each tractor must show a minimum of 20 hours on tachometer or provide proof of purchase.
      5.    Minimum drawbar length is 18 inches from the center of the rear wheel to the point of hook. Drawbar is to be
            stationary in all directions. Maximum height of 20 inches from top of hitching device parallel to ground.
      6.    Drawbar must be equipped with a steel hitching device not more than 11/2 inch thickness and with a 3 inch
            diameter opening. Cross-sectional thickness must be 7/8 inch minimum. Pulling point may not be more than 1
            1/2 inches from back edge of hitching device. Clevis will be allowed.
      7.    No pulling from 3 point hitch arms allowed. Quick hitch drawbar must be operated from a fixed position.
      8.    No pressured fuels allowed except LP gas in UL (Underwriter Laboratories) approved pressure tanks. No
            oxygen allowed.
      9.    No portion of tractor may interfere with sled or sled hitch during a pull.
      10.   All weights must be secured and must not extend beyond back of rear tire no more than 24 inches beyond
            front of tractor.
      11.   All tractors must be equipped with workable rear wheel brakes and PTO. RPM will be checked from the PTO
            with 600 RPM maximum on a 540 spline, 1100 maximum on a 1000 spline
      12.   All tractors must be equipped with a hood and grill. No cut tires allowed.
      13.   The use of torque converters, automatic shifts, etc. will be permitted.
      14.   All exhausts must discharge vertically (except for factory equipped systems) upward above the highest point
            of the tractor with the exception of roll bar and must be securely attached.
      15.   Entry Fee will be waived for one class per tractor only. Entry waiver will be issued upon entering the pit area
            with the tractor.




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                                               Safety and Tractor Operation
    1.   CONTEST TO BE GOVERNED BY JUDGES WITH ALL DECISIONS FINAL. Judges may stop or
         disqualify any contestant who operates in a manner deemed unsafe by Judge. Tractors must be operated in a
         safe manner at all times.
    2.   Tractors must be in neutral or park while being hitched or unhitched.
    3.   Bottom of front tires will not be allowed to rise more than 48 inches off the ground. Determination will be
         decided by the Judge’s eye, the Judge’s decision will be final. If disqualified, the contestant will be
         disqualified for that class only.
    4.   Excessive loss of liquid by a tractor while in forward motion during contest on the track may be cause for
         disqualification unless due to internal breakage. (Excessive is defined as any steady or intermittent stream
         discharged on the track, or a spot equivalent to more than an eight-inch diameter.) Any ballast or external parts
         lost while hooked to the sled will be cause for disqualification.
    5.   Any consumption of alcoholic beverages will be grounds for disqualification.
    6.   Tractors must be stopped immediately upon signal from judge. The pull shall be considered over when
         forward motion of the load stops. The judge shall hold hole digging to a minimum.
    7.   All tractors must have wheelie bars strong enough to support the weight of the tractor or they will not be able
         to pull. Dimensions - Maximum of 10 inches off the ground, minimum of 20 inches from outside of one pad to
         another. Rear of wheelie bar to be even with back of tire. NO JUNK
    8.   Once the tractor has entered the track, no one else will be allowed on the track until the completion of the pull.
                                                    Operation of Contest
    1.   Each tractor may be entered in more than one class, but only once in each class. Limit three classes per tractor.
    2.   Contestants must pull in order of entry.
    3.   Number one puller will be test puller and may take pull if weight machine is O.K. or he may pull in 3rd
         position. If weight machine needs further adjustment, first puller after each adjustment will be treated as
         number one puller. All decisions on re-pulls must be made before tractor in question is unhooked from sled.
         On any re-pull caused by a contest malfunction, puller at his discretion may drop back 3 positions. Any
         disqualification on first attempt bars a second attempt.
    4.   All pulls start with a tight hitch. No jerking will be permitted.
    5.   Only one pull allowed per contestant, in the event of a tie, a pull-off will be used only to declare 1st place.
         Contestants will be allowed two attempts to move sled past the 75 foot marker.
    6.   Tractors and skid must remain within boundaries of contest course during the pull or will be disqualified.
    7.   Contestant must pull in position drawn within 3 minutes of time the sled is in readiness; any delay will mean
         disqualification. If presiding judge is notified before proceeding contestant makes his pull, he may drop a
         contestant having mechanical problems 3 positions. This may be done only once per contestant per class.
    8.   In case of rain, if class is one over one-half pulled, then class is considered finished.
    9.   Schaghticoke Fair will not be held responsible for accident or personal injury.


                                       Farm Tractor Pull
                                 Thursday, - 12:00 pm & 7:00 pm
                                  All General Information and Regulations must be adhered to.
                                                Prizes: Farm and Enhanced Tractor Pulls
         1 st Place ........................ .$120.00         4th Place ................... $30.00
         2nd Place .......................... .$70.00         5th Place ................... $20.00
         3rd Place ........................... .$45.00        6th Place ................... $15.00

Classes - Thursday 12:00 PM:                                       Classes - Thursday 7:00 PM:
    1. 5500 lbs.& under 49 drawbar hp                              7. 11,500 lbs.
    2. 6000 lbs. Hot Farm                                          8. 11,500 lbs. Hot Farm
    3. 7500 lbs. & under 75 drawbar hp                             9. 13500 lbs
    4. 8000 lbs. Hot Farm                                          10 13500 lbs. Hot Farm
    5. 8500 lbs. & under 90 drawbar hp
    6. 10000 lbs. & under 100 drawbar hp
                                               Hot Farm Tractor Rules
    1.   Hot Farm Tractors are stock appearing tractors with enhancements to create more horsepower and pulling
         ability than similar stock models and shall have original fuel pump and turbo.



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    2.    Tractors with engine modification, tire modifications, or higher than rated engine RPM will be expected to
          enter in Hot Farm Tractor classes. Tractor RPM will be checked at the 540 PTO spline with a maximum of
          775 RPM’s. *Tractors with above modification entering stock classes will be disqualified and not allowed to
          re-enter non-stock classes. ENTER YOUR TRACTOR WHERE IT BELONGS.
    3.    A tractor must pull in either stock or hot farm classes, no mixing of classes. All tractors must have a working
          PTO.
    4.    Cut tires will be allowed in hot farm classes only.
    5.    Any tractor competing in hot farm classes with larger than 3” inlet turbo charger must have ROPS as
          stipulated in Rule 13, and must have a wide front end.
    6.    All turbo charged tractors must have 2 – 3/8” bolts installed criss-cross through the exhaust after the
          turbocharger and removable engine side shields.
    7.    Decision of the judge(s) will be final.
    8.    Any tractor operated in a reckless manner or having unsafe appearance will be disqualified. Any
          disqualification bars a second attempt in the class.
    9.    All operators must wear an approved racing helmet. It is recommended that all tractors be equipped with a lap
          belt and recommended that it be worn.
    10.   All non-stock tractors must have a 2-1/2 lb. dry chemical fire extinguisher mounted within easy reach of the
          driver.
    11.   Hot Farm Tractors may have non-stock intake and exhaust manifold.
    12.   It is highly recommended that all hot farm tractors have an SFI approved clutch & flywheel.
    13.   It is highly recommended that all tractor competing in hot farm have either a factory ROPS for the make and
          model tractor being pulled or a competition quality roll cage meeting the specification set forth by the NTPA
          or ATPA in their most current rule book.
    14.   All tractors in the Hot Farm classes must have rear wheel fenders.

                                        Modified Tractor Pull
                                     Friday - 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm
                                    NYTPA Sanctioned Tractor & 2 Wheel Trucks
                               All General Information and Regulations must be adhered to.
                   Classes - Friday 1 P.M.:                   Classes - Friday 7 PM:
                   1. 8,500 lb. Super                         1. 8,500 lb. Super
                   2. 7,500 lb. Mod.                          2. 6,200 lb. TWD
                   3. 6,200 lb. TWD                           3. 7,500 lb. Mod.
                   4. 9,300 lb Super Farm


                                                      Contest
                                                     Horse Pull
                                      Superintendent - Robert Luskin
         Arrival:               Day of Contest
         Date of Contest:       Sunday, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
         Entry Fee:             None
Pulling under NYS Horse Puller’s Rules and Regulations. Proof of Coggins Test must be shown. All out of state
horses must have appropriate health papers.
1st      $235.00                6th     $95.00
  nd
2        $195.00                7th     $85.00
3rd      $165.00                8th     $80.00
4th      $135.00                9th     $70.00
5th      $110.00                10th    $70.00
Class:
1 3300 lbs. and under
2 Free for All - open to all




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                                                Contest
                                           Pedal Tractor Pull
                                   Superintendent - Kenneth Luskin - 663-8156

Contest Date:                      Sunday - 1:00 pm
Entry fee:                         None             Must enter by 12 noon Sunday - Fair Entry Office
Contest Location:                  Machinery Demo Area

Participants:                      Any youngster under 12 years of age and weighing 100 lbs. or less. Parent
                                   permission required.

Contest Information:               Participants compete in weight classes using tractors provided by the fair to see
                                   who can pull a specially designed transfer sled the longest distance.

                                                         Entry Form
Name _____________________________________                     CHECK WEIGHT CLASS:
                                                               ____0 - 39 pounds
Address _________________________________                      ____40 - 59 pounds
                                                               ____60 - 79 pounds
Age _____________________________________                      ____80 - 100 pounds

                                     Parent or Guardian Permission to participate:

Signature ________________________________________________________



                                                HORSE SHOWS
                                                 September 4, 2009
                                              DRAFT HORSE SHOW
                              STARTS 9:00 A.M. - 24 CLASSES - OUTDOOR ARENA
                         Hitch Classes•Junior Driving•Ride a Draft Driving•Obstacle Courses

                                                September 4, 2009
                                     OPEN ENGLISH HORSE & PONY SHOW
                               STARTS 3:30 P.M. - 30 CLASSES - INDOOR ARENA
                   Halter•Equitation•Pleasure•Stake Classes; Walk-Trot-Junior and Adult Divisions
                            Champion Ribbons: Pony•Saddle Seat•Hunt Seat•Walk-Trot

                                                 September 5, 2009
                            SCHAGHTICOKE FAIR HUNTER/JUMPER HORSE SHOW
                                       STARTS: 8:30AM - OUTDOOR RING
                      Junior &Adult Equitation Classes•Children's Hunter•Open Working Hunter
                           Special Hunter•Pleasure Division•Jumper Division•Stake Classes
                                          Champion Ribbons All Divisions

                                                September 6, 2009
                                           OPEN GYMKHANA SHOW
                              STARTS 9:00 A.M. - -29 CLASSES - INDOOR ARENA
                Pee Wee Division•Junior Division; Senior Youth Division•Adult Division; Stake Classes
                                 Hi-Point Ribbons for All Divisions; Electric Timer
                                           A fun Show for All the Family

                                              September 7, 2009
                                   OPEN WESTERN HORSE & PONY SHOW
                               STARTS: 8:30 A.M. - 31 CLASSES - OUTDOOR RING


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           Breed Halter Classes•Open Halter Classes; Equitation Classes•Pleasure Classes•Working Classes
                      Stake Classes•Walk-Jog-Junior & Senior Youth Adult•Hackamore/Snaffle
                                        Hi-Point Ribbons for All Divisions

                                       PREMIUM MONIES IN ALL SHOWS
                                              Write or call for Prize Lists:
                         April Marinello, 106 Van Ness Road, Mechanicville, New York 12118
                                                Phone: (518) 664-6401

                 HORSES AND PONIES - DEPARTMENT P (.01)
                               SUPERINTENDENT – April Marinello - 518-664-6401
                                HORSE COMMITTEE: Bridget Chapko, Chairman
                                 Robert Luskin, John Luskin and Helen Dansereau

                                                  GENERAL RULES
                                                 NO DOGS ALLOWED
                                                     Stable Information
Stall space is limited and reservations should be made by August 14th. The fee is $15.00 per stall per show. Please
include a separated check in the amount of $40.00 stall cleaning deposit per stall you have reserved. Stall must be
cleaned upon departure or stall deposit will be cashed. Only clean bedding may be left in stall. Stalls must be vacated
by 11:00pm night of the show. For stabling information contact: Helen Dansereau, 530 Northern Turnpike,
Johnsonville, NY 12094 phone 518-753-4049. Please do not call after 8pm. Money must accompany reservation.
Note: All trailers will be parked in the new horse trailer lot.

                                                   Entry Requirements:
Fees to be paid on arrival. Entries should be accompanied by appropriate health certificates . A validated certification
of rabies signed by a licensed veterinarian and dated no later than 21 days prior to arriving at the fair and a negative
Coggins Test required. Out-of-State horses must have a health certificate issued by an accredited veterinarian of the
state origin. Drug and Medications Rules will apply. Please place red ribbons on the tails to identify all kickers. Horse
Exhibitors (Trailers, Vans Trucks, etc.) enter gate grounds one half mile west of the Main Gate on Stillwater Road.
One gate admission will be credited per entry. Entry fee must exceed gate admission. Releases (located on entry
forms in center of this guide must be signed be all exhibitors when numbers are picked up. Junior exhibitors must have
a responsible person sign for them – parent, guardian, etc. Stallions may not be shown by junior exhibitors, 17 years
and under. All exhibitor ages are determined by date of December 1 of previous year. THE ASSOCIATION
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY ENTRY. POST ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. No refunds without
vet certification.
                                               Show and Practice Ring Regulations:
Exhibitors and owners must exhibit good sportsmanship at all times or risk disqualification. Horses and ponies must be
kept in horse area at all times – not on fairways, parking lot or any other area of the grounds. Practice riding in outside
ring only. Exhibitor numbers (furnished by the fair) need to be on exhibitors back and visible at all time while in the
show ring. Only authorized personnel may enter the show ring during the time of judging, performance or preparation
for showing. Exhibitors must wear proper attire according to class. New York Law no person less than fourteen years
of age shall ride a horse unless such person is wearing a helmet meeting or exceeding ASTM F1163 Equestrian
Standard. The Schaghticoke Fair Association requires all juniors riders (17 years of age and under) riding Hunter,
Jumper and Hunter Seat Equitation sections must have such headgear with a harness that pass test standards. The
AHSA strongly encourages all riders to wear protective headgear passing or surpassing current applicable ASTM
standards. Excessive use of whips, abuse and cruelty to horses and the Show Committee will ask exhibitors to leave
grounds. We enlist exhibitors help in arriving for their class on time. No class will be delayed more than five minutes
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                                                          Judging
All Classes will be run according to AHSA rules where applicable. Any Class with less than eight *8) entries that pays
money may be judged as a Sweepstake. Classes may be split, combined, added or deleted as necessary at
management’s discretion.

                                                        Responsibility
The Fair Association and Show Personnel assumes no responsibility in case of loss or damage from any cause to any
animal or equipment, nor do they assume any responsibility for any accident and the exhibitor must indemnify the
Association against any legal action arising from such accident. Entry in any class shows acceptance of these rules. It
is the responsibility of the rider or parent or guardian to see all safety requirements are complied with. All protests and
complaints must be made in writing, delivered to the Show Secretary through the Superintendent of Horses within six
hours of the cause of protest.

                                             DRAFT HORSE SHOW
                                      Friday, September 4, 2009 - 9:00 A.M.
                              JUDGE: Tom Hansen - MANAGER: April Marinello
                        106 Van Ness Road, Mechanicville, NY 12118 - Phone 518-664-6401

Exhibitor may show as many horses as entered but not to take more than two premiums. Junior drivers must be
accompanied by an experienced adult. Junior drivers and riders 14 and under must wear protective headgear. Drivers
and riders 17 to 15 years are strongly encouraged to wear protective headgear.

Divisions: Show Team Division – All animals must be shown is Scotch Collars and show harness. Farm Division – All
animals must be shown in a working harness. Exhibitor may show as many horses as entered but not to take more than
two premiums. Junior drivers must be accompanied by an experienced adult. Junior drivers and riders 14 and under
must wear protective headgear. Drivers and riders 17 to 15 years are strongly encouraged to wear protective headgear.
You may not show out if your division if you do it will result in disqualification of the class.

Section 1 – Belgian, Percherons, Clydesdales and Shires
Section 2 – Halflingers, Fjords, Mules and Light Horse
Section 3 – Minis

Junior Classes will be sponsored by the Rennselaer County Draft Animal Association.

Entry Fees – Class 1 – 3 $3.00 – Classes 4 – 5 $15.00 – Classes 6 – 22 $5.00
1. FOAL OF CURRENT YEAR - Mares allowed in ring. (Will be split into section in the ring)
2. FITTING AND SHOWMANSHIP (17 years and under) (Will be split into section in the ring) - Trophy
3. FITTING AND SHOWMANSHIP (Adult) (Will be split into sections in the ring)
4. GENTLEMAN'S CART (Section 2)
5. GENTLEMAN'S CART (Section 3)
6. GENTLEMAN'S CART 2 Wheel
7. LADIES CART 2 Wheel (Section 2)
8. LADIES CART 2 Wheel (Section 3)
9. LADIES CART 2 Wheel
10. JR. CART 2 Wheel (17 years and under) (Section 2) – Trophy
11. JR. CART 2 Wheel (17 years and under) (Section 3) - Trophy
12. JR. CART 2 Wheel (17 years and under) – Trophy
13. GENTLEMEN'S TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch (Section 2)
14. GENTLEMEN'S TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch (Section 3)
15. GENTLEMEN'S TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch (Farm Division)
16. GENTLEMEN'S TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch
17. LADIES TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch (Section 2)
18. LADIES TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch (Section 3)
19. LADIES TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch (Farm Division)
20. LADIES TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch
21. JUNIOR TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch (Section 2) – Trophy
22. JUNIOR TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch (Section 3) - Trophy
23. JUNIOR TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch (Farm Division) - Trophy



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24. JUNIOR TEAM IN HARNESS 4 Wheel Wagon Hitch - Trophy
25. FOUR HORSE HITCH 4 Wheel Wagon (Both Sections)
26. SIX HORSE HITCH 4 Wheel Wagon (Both Sections)

TIME PERMITTING - OBSTACLE COURSE– team hitched to a 4-wheel wagon. Timed & judged on ability of
team and driver to negotiate a prescribed course.
27. OBSTACLE COURSE of obstacles with a valued point system (Section 1)
28. OBSTACLE COURSE same as above (Section 2)
29. OBSTACLE COURSE same as above (Section 3)
30. GROUND DRIVING OBSTACLE of obstacles with a valued point system (Section 1)
31. GROUND DRIVING OBSTACLE Course same as above (Section 2)
32. GROUND DRIVING OBSTACLE Course same as above (Section 3)
33. RIDE A DRAFT (Adult) (All Sections and Divisions)
34. RIDE A DRAFT (Junior) (All Sections and Divisions) - Trophy

                                       Open English Horse & Pony Show
                                                      Friday 3:30 pm
                                                           Judge:
                       Manager: Helen Dansereau, 530 Northern Turnpike, Johnsonville, NY 12094
                                                         753-4049
                                             Specific Regulations & Classes
The General Information and Regulations – Horses & Ponies listed on pages after Department P – Horses and Ponies”
must be adhered to.
                                                     No Dogs Allowed
                                    ENGLISH ATTIRE - HUNT SEAT DIVISION
APPOINTMENTS
Personal. Exhibitors and judges should bear in mind that at all times entries are being judged on ability rather than on
personal attire. However, riders should wear breeches (or jodphurs) and boots. Dark blue, black or brown hunting cap
or black or brown derby is mandatory. Spurs of the unrowelled type, crops or bats optional. Judges must eliminate
contestants who do not conform.
Tack. Regulation snaffles, pelhams and full bridles, all with cavesson nose bands, are recommended and a judge at his
own discretion may penalize a horse with non-conventional types of bits or nose bands. Type of saddle is optional.
Martingales are optional in classes over jumps and in classes requiring both jumping and hacking. They are prohibited
in discretion of the judge but adding or taking off a martingale from one phase of an equitation class to another is not
considered a change.

                                     ENGLISH ATTIRE SADDLE SEAT DIVISION
APPOINTMENTS
Personal. Exhibitors and judges should bear in mind that at all times entries are being judged on ability. However,
neatness is the first requisite regarding a rider's attire and the following requirements are based on tradition and general
present-day customs. Judges shall eliminate those contestants who do not conform.
Informal: Conservative solid colors are required. Solid black, blue, grey, green, beige or brown jacket with matching
jodphurs (white jacket in season), derby or soft hat and jodphur.
Miscellaneous: Spurs of the unrowelled type, whips or crops optional.
Tack: Bridal: Entries shall be shown in full bridles (curb and snaffle). Martingales or similar tie-downs are prohibited.
Saddle: Flat English-type. Forward seat.

    1.   MODEL ENGLISH PONY - $3.00, Trophy, (Pointed) 14.2 hands and under. To be shown in hand. Ponies
         shown in this call may not enter Horse Classes, unless class states Horses and Ponies.
    2.   MODEL ENGLISH SADDLE HORSE - $3.00, Trophy, (Pointed). To be shown in hand.
    3.   MODEL ENGLISH HUNTER - $3.00, Trophy, (Pointed). To be shown in hand. Horses shown in Classes 2
         and 3 may not enter Pony Performance Classes, unless class states Horses and Ponies.
    4.   ENLGISH PLEASURE PONY (Pointed) Junior Rider - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3
    5.   ENGLISH PLEASURE HORSE (Pointed) Junior Rider - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3, Saddle Seat
    6.   ENGLSIH PLEASURE HORSE (Pointed) Junior Rider - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3, Hunt Seat
    7.   ENGLISH PONY EQUITATION - Junior Rider - $3.00, Trophy
    8.   ENGLISH SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION - All Ages - $3.00, Trophy
    9.   ENGLISH WALK – TROT EQUITATION (Horses & Ponies) (Pointed) Junior Riders – $3.00, Trophy


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    10.   ENGLISH PLEASURE HORSE (Pointed) Adult Rider - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3, Hunt Seat
    11.   ENGLISH WALK – TROT PLEASURE (Horses & Ponies) (Pointed) Junior Riders – $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3
    12.   ENGLISH WALK – TROT EQUITATION SADDLE SEAT (Junior Riders) - $3.00, Trophy
    13.   OBEDIENCE CLASS (Horse & Ponies) Junior Rider - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3
    14.   ENGLISH PLEASURE PONY STAKE CLASS (Pointed) Junior Rider - $5.00, 20-15-10-5-5
    15.   ENGLISH WALK – TROT PLEASURE SADDLE SEAT (Horses & Ponies) (Pointed) Junior Riders – $3.00,
          12-10-8-6-3
    16.   ENGLISH HUNT SEAT EQUITATION ON THE FLAT – Junior Rider $3.00, Trophy
    17.   Lead Line (8 years &under) – Smile Ribbons for all.
                                                   SHORT BREAK
    18.   COSTUME CLASS (Horses & Ponies) All Ages - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3, $5.00 Extra Money for each of the
          following: Most Beautiful, Most Historical, Funniest
    19.   PAIRS CLASS – All Ages, $3.00 , 12-10-8-6-3
    20.   ENGLISH HUNT SEAT EQUITATION ON THE FLAT - Adult Rider, $3.00, Trophy
    21.   ENGLISH PLEASURE HORSE (Pointed) All Ages, $5.00, 20-15-10-5-5, Saddle Seat Stakes
    22.   ENGLISH PLEASURE HORSE (Pointed) Junior Rider, $5.00, 20-15-10-5-5, Hunt Seat Stakes
    23.   OBEDIENCE CLASS (Horses) Adult Rider- $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3
    24.   ENGLISH PLEASURE HORSE (Pointed) Adult Rider - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3, Saddle Seat
    25.   ENGLISH PONY HACK (Pointed) Junior Rider - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3
    26.   ENGLISH PLEASURE HORSE HUNT SEAT STAKES – Adult Rider - $5.00, 20-15-10-5-5
    27.   ENLGISH HUNT SEAT HACK HORSE (Pointed) Junior Rider - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3
    28.   OWNER TO RIDE (Horse & Ponies) All Ages - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3
    29.   ENGLISH HUNT SEAT HACK (Pointed) Adult Rider - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3
    30.   ENGLISH PARK HORSE (Pointed) All Ages - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3, Saddle Seat
    31.   BAREBACK EQUITATION (Horse & Ponies) All Ages - $3.00, Trophy

                             CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION RIBBIONS
                 PONY – SADDLE SEAT HORSES – HUNT SEAT HORSES – WALK – TROT
Ponies, Saddle Seat Horses and Hunt Seat Horses receiving the highest and second highest number of points in the
Pointed Classes will be awarded Champion and Reserve Champion Ribbons at the end of the show. AHSA & NYS
helmet rules apply.
                               HUNTER AND JUMPER HORSE SHOW
                                 Schaghticoke, N.Y. (Corners Route 67 & 40)
                            Saturday, September 5, 2009 - 8:30 A.M. Outdoor Ring
                       Current Coggins, Rabies and Out of State Health Papers Required
                                                  JUDGE:
                                       MANAGER: Peggy Waterbury
                                283 Boght Rd., Watervliet, N.Y. - 518-237-3001
                                              No Dogs Allowed

                                                   TIME SCHEDULE
13. Pre Children’s/Pre Novice Adult Equitation –            22a. Modified Children’s Hunter Under Saddle
     Over Fences                                            31. Children's Hunter Under Saddle
15. Pre Special Hunter                                      9. Open Junior Equitation – Flat
16. Pre Special Hunter Stake                                11. Open Adult Equitation – Flat
6. Limit Adult Equitation – Over Fences                     23b. Modified Adult Hunter – Over Fences
2. Children’s Equitation - Over Fences                      24b. Modified Adult Hunter – Stake
4. Novice Equitation - Over Fences                          19. Low Hunter - Over Fences
26. Special Hunter - Over Fences                            20. Low Hunter – Stakes
27. Special Hunter Stakes                                   12. Open Adult Equitation – Over Fences
34. Open Pleasure Horse or Pony                             29. Adult Hunter - Over Fences
25. Special Hunter Under Saddle                             30. Adult Hunter Stakes
14. Pre Children’s/Pre Novice Adult Equitation              22b. Modified Adult Hunter – Under Saddle
     - On The Flat                                          18. Low Hunter Under Saddle
17. Pre Special Hunter Under Saddle                         28. Adult Hunter Under Saddle
36. Open Pleasure Stakes                                    45. Pre Beginner Walk/Trot
5. Limit Adult Equitation - Flat                            46. Pre Beginner Walk/Trot
1. Children's Equitation – Flat                             47. Pre Beginner Individual Canter



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3. Novice Equitation – Flat                                    41. Beginner Walk/Trot Canter
7. Limit Equitation - Flat                                     42. Beginner Walk/Trot Canter
35. Open Pleasure Horse or Pony                                43.Beginner Cross Rails
23a. Modified Children’s Hunter – Over Fences                  44. Beginner Cross Rails
24a. Modified Children’s Hunter – Stakes                       39. TCRA Junior Amateur Jumper
32. Children's Hunter - Over Fences                            40. TCRA Junior Amateur Jumper
33. Children's Hunter Stakes                                   37. Schooling Jumper
8. Limit Equitation - Over Fences                              38. Schooling Jumper Stakes
10. Open Junior Equitation Over Fences

A horse/pony must have entered and shown in at least on other class in a division in order to be eligible for the stake
class. Location of Classes may be changed at the discretion of the management. Schooling will be allowed at
management's discretion. $5.00 insurance fee per horse will be charged.
                             LUNCH BREAK WILL BE AT THE JUDGE'S PLEASURE.
Stall space is limited and reservations should be made by August 14th. The fee is $15.00 per stall per show. Please
include a separated check in the amount of $40.00 stall cleaning deposit per stall you have reserved. Stall must be
cleaned upon departure or stall deposit will be cashed. Only clean bedding may be left in stall. Stalls must be vacated
by 11:00pm night of the show. For stabling information contact: Helen Dansereau, 530 Northern Turnpike,
Johnsonville, NY 12094 phone 518-753-4049 please do not call after 8pm. Money must accompany reservation.

Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the AHSA will be conducted and judged
in accordance therewith.

                                                     DIVISIONS

                                                EQUITATION DIVISION
          For Horse Show purposes, the age of a Junior Exhibitor on December 1, 2007 shall be maintained throughout
the entire show year.
                         ENTRY FEE: $8.00 per class, unless otherwise stated. Six Ribbons.
     1. CHILDREN’S EQUITATION – ON THE FLAT – Open to junior exhibitors who have NEVER shown in
          classes with fence height 3’ prior to December 1, of current show year.
     2. CHILDREN’S EQUITATION – OVER FENCES – Open to junior exhibitors who have NEVER shown in
          classes with fence height 3’ prior to December 1, of current show year. Fence height 2’6” with no
          combinations.
     3. NOVICE EQUITATION – ON THE FLAT – Open to riders under 18 years of age, who have not won 3 blue
          ribbons in Equitation Classes at a recognized show. Walk, trot and canter. Test 1-7
     4. NOVICE EQUITATION – OVER FENCES – Open to riders 18 years of age, who have not won 3 blue
          ribbons in Equitation Classes at a recognized show. Eight fences approximately 2’6”. Tests 1-7.
     5. TCRA LIMIT ADULT EQUITATION – ON THE FLAT – Open to riders 18 years of age and over, who have
          not won 3 blue ribbons in Equitation Classes at recognized shows. Walk, trot and canter.
     6. TCRA LIMIT ADULT EQUITATION – OVER FENCES – Open to riders 18 years of age and over, who
          have not won 3 blue ribbons in Equitation Classes at a recognized show. Fence height 2’-6”.
     7. LIMIT EQUITATION – ON THE FLAT – Open to riders under 17 years of age, who have not won 6 blue
          ribbons in Equitation Classes at recognized shows. Walk, trot and canter. Tests 1-7.
     8. LIMIT EQUITATION – OVER FENCES – Open to riders under 18 years of age, who have not won 6 blue
          ribbons in Equitation Classes at a recognized show. Eight fences approximately 2’-9”. Tests 1-7.
     9. OPEN EQUITATION – ON THE FLAT – Open to riders under 18 years of age. Walk, trot and canter. Tests
          1-8. TCRA rated.
     10. OPEN EQUITATION – OVER FENCES – Open to riders under 18 years of age. Fences 3’. Tests 1-18.
          TCRA rated.

                             ADULT EQUITATION DIVISION (Amateur to Ride)
                              Entry Fee: $8.00 per class. Six ribbons in each class.
    11. OPEN ADULT EQUITATION – ON THE FLAT – Open to amateur riders 18 years of age and older. Walk,
        trot and canter.
    12. OPEN ADULT EQUITATION – OVER FENCES – Open to amateur riders 18 years of age and older. Fences
        not to exceed 3’-0”.




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                               PRE CHILDRENS/PRE NOVICE ADULT EQUITATION
    See TCRA rule book. Open to riders who are novice equitation eligible as of December 1, current show year who
    have never competed in an over fences class higher than 2’ or any previous show year. (Exhibitors are not eligible
    for any other division classes at the same horse show except Pre Special Hunter & Open Pleasure.) Fence height
    not to exceed 2’ no combinations. Ribbons and trophy will be awarded.
    13. PRE CHILDREN’S/PRE NOVICE ADULT EQUITATION - OVER FENCES
    14. PRE CHILDREN’S/PRE NOVICE ADULT EQUITATION - ON THE FLAT
                                                 HUNTER DIVISION
    Entry Fee: $9.00 per class. Premium money and six ribbons awarded in each class unless otherwise stated. Open
    to all horses and riders. Champion & Reserve Ribbons.

                                              PRE SPECIAL HUNTER
    Open to any horse or pony ridden by an adult or junior who has never competed in an over fences class higher than
    2’ or any previous show year. Fence height not to exceed 2’ no combination. Ribbons and trophy will be awarded.
    15. PRE SPECIAL HUNTER
    16. PRE SPECIAL HUNTER STAKE
    17. PRE SPECIAL HUNTER UNDER SADDLE

                                                  LOW HUNTER DIVISION
    18. LOW HUNTER UNDER SADDLE – To be shown at a walk, trot and canter in both directions of the ring.
        Not to be hand galloped. Judged on manners, performance and soundness. $12, $10, $8, $6.
    19. LOW HUNTER – OVER FENCES – Fences will be a maximum of 3’-0”, $15, $10, $8, $6.
    20. LOW HUNTER STAKE – Fences will be a maximum of 3’-0”, $20. $15, $10, $5.

                          LOW MODIFIED CHILDREN’S – ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER
Open to riders who are eligible for Special Hunter, Children’s Hunter or Adult Amateur Hunter as of Dec. 1 of current
sow year. Fence height 2’6”.
    22a. MODIFIED CHILDREN’S HUNTER UNDER SADDLE – $12, $10, $8, $6.
    22b. MODIFIED LOW ADULT HUNTER UNDER SADDLE – $12, $10, $8, $6.
    23a.MODIFIED CHILDREN’S HUNTER – OVER FENCES - $15, $10, $8, $6.
    23b. MODIFIED LOW ADULT HUNTER – OVER FENCES - $15, $10, $8, $6.
    24a.MODIFIED CHILDREN’S HUNTER – STAKES - $20. $15, $10, $5.
    24b. MODIFIED LOW ADULT HUNTER – STAKES - $20. $15, $10, $5.

                                            SPECIAL HUNTER DIVISION
Open to all horses and ponies ridden by exhibitors who are Novice Adult/Novice Junior Equitation eligible as of
December 1 of the current show year. This division is intended for inexperienced riders, and exhibitors entering this
division at a given show are not eligible for any other class at that show in which fence height exceeds 2’-9”. Riders
showing in this may not exhibit in any Open Junior or Open Adult Equitation over fences classes. Juniors may ride
through Limit Equitation. Fence height will not exceed 2’-6”.
     25. SPECIAL HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - $12, $10, $8, $6.
     26. SPECIAL HUNTER OVER FENCES 2’-6” - $15, $10, $8, $6.
     27. SPECIAL HUNTER STAKE 2’-6” - $20, $15, $10, $5.

                                      ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER DIVISION
We will be running under USEF Zone 2 specifications. Ponies may be shown by adults, suitability to count. Fences
not to exceed 3’, spreads not to exceed fence height. Horses may be jogged for soundness at the discretion of the
judge.
     28. ADULT HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - $12, $10, $8, $6.
     29. ADULT HUNTER OVER FENCES - $15, $10, $8, $5.
     30. ADULT HUNTER STAKE - $20, $15, $10, $5.

                                          CHILDREN’S HUNTER DIVISION
To be shown by Junior Exhibitors who are eligible for Intermediate Equitation as of December 1 of the current show
year. Height of fences 3’ for horses; small and medium ponies to jump 2’; large ponies 2’-6”; spreads not to exceed
fence heights. If entries warrant, the division may be split at the discretion of show management. Riders may cross
enter only in unrated classes and any equitation classes. Horses and ponies may cross enter only in unrated classes,
Equitation, Adult Amateur.



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    31. CHILDREN’S HUNTER UNDER SADDLE – To be shown at a walk, trot and canter in both directions of the
        ring. To be judged on performance and soundness. $12, $10, $8, $6.
    32. CHILDREN’S HUNTER – OVER FENCES – Fences not to exceed 3’-0”. $12, $10, $8, $6.
    33. CHILDREN’S HUNTER STAKE – Fences not to exceed 3’-0”. $20, $15, $10, $5.

                                              PLEASURE DIVISION
Open to all horses and ponies. To be judged on manners, suitability, soundness and performance. Entry fee $9.00.
Champion & Reserve Ribbons.
   34. OPEN PLEASURE HORSE OR PONY – To be shown at a walk, trot and canter in both directions of the ring.
        $12, $10, $8, $6.
   35. OPEN PLEASURE HORSE OR PONY – To be shown at a walk, trot and canter in both directions of the ring.
        $12, $10, $8, $6.
   36. OPEN PLEASURE HORSE OR PONY STAKE – To be eligible entries must have shown in one other class
        in this division. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter in both directions of the ring. $20, $15, $10, $5.

                                         SCHOOLING JUMPER DIVISION
Open to all horses and riders which are not restricted by previous showing in any division. Champion & Reserve
Ribbons.
    37. SCHOOLING JUMPER – Table II, Sec 2B. Time first jump off. To be shown over 8 to 10 fences. Height
         and spread not to exceed 3’-6”. In the event of equality of faults after the first round, for first place only, there
         will be one jump-off in which time will decide. Ties for other than first place will remain tied. Entry Fee:
         $9.00. $25, $20, $15, $10, 6 ribbons.
    38. SCHOOLING JUMPER STAKES – To be eligible for this class you must have shown in Class 36. Table II,
         Section 2 (B). Fences not to exceed 3’-6”. Entry Fee: $12.00. $35, $30, $25, $20, 6 Ribbons.

                                   TCRA JUNIOR/AMATEUR JUMPER DIVISION
Open to all horses and ponies ridden by juniors or amateurs. Fence height will not exceed 3’. Spreads will not exceed
3’6”. Knockdown to count under Table II, Section 2. The top ten horses (registered with the TCRA secretary) accruing
the most points in this class throughout the current show year will be invited to participate in a Finals class. The Finals
class will be held at a designated horse show. Entry Fee: $9.00.

    39. TCRA JUNIOR/AMATEUR JUMPER CLASS – Open to all horses and ponies ridden by Juniors and
        Amateurs. Fence height will not exceed 3’. Spreads will not exceed 3’6”. 6 Ribbons - $20, $15, $10, $5.
    40. TCRA JUNIOR/AMATEUR JUMPER CLASS – Open to all horses and ponies ridden by Juniors and
        Amateurs. Fence height will not exceed 3’. Spreads will not exceed 3’6”. 6 Ribbons - $20, $15, $10, $5.

                                                 BEGINNER DIVISION
Open to all adult and junior exhibitors who have never competed in over fences classes with fence height exceeding 2’.
Exhibitors are not eligible for any other division’s classes at the same horse show except pleasure classes. The division
will consist of up to four classes which are TCRA recognized/pointed, including at least on Walk-Trot-Canter class and
on Cross Rail class. When a rider has earned three blue ribbons over fences in this division, they will no longer be
eligible to compete after November 30th of the current show year. In addition, a rider will become ineligible for the
division the following year once they have competed in classes with fence height at 2’ or higher. Ribbons and trophy
will be awarded.
     41. BEGINNER WALK/TROT CANTER
     42. BEGINNER WALK/TROT CANTER
     43. BEGINNER CROSS RAILS
     44. BEGINNER CROSS RAILS

                                                       PRE BEGINNER
Open to exhibitors 11 years of age and younger as of December 1st of the current show year, age 12 through 17 of as of
December 1st of the current show year, and 18 to adult as of December 1st of the current show year – to be divided as
long as there are three riders in each section. Riders in this division may not enter any other classes at this show. Once a
rider has earned a year end Champion or Reserve Champion in this division, they are no longer eligible for this
division. This division shall consist of two (2) Walk-Trot classes and one (1) Walk-Trot-Individual Canter. Martingales
are permitted. Eligibility in this division is also restricted by the Open Beginner division’s rules limiting prior
experience in equitation over fences, and blue ribbons earned in equitation over fences (including cross rails). Year-end
award will consist of trophy and ribbons only.



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45. PRE BEGINNER WALK/TROT
46. PRE BEGINNER WALK/TROT
47. PRE BEGINNER – Individual Canter

                                       OPEN GYMKHANA SHOW
                                        Sunday, September 6, 2009 - 9am
                                          Manager: Frank Alessandrini
                            8 Barton Road, Johnsonville, NY 12094, (518) 753-6576
                                                 No Dogs Allowed.
                            Junior riders 14 and under must wear protective headgear.
                    Riders 15 to 17 years are strongly encouraged to wear protective headgear.

                                           Specific Regulations & Classes
The General Information and Regulations – Horses and Ponies listed on pages after “Department P – Horses
and Ponies” must be adhered to. Additional regulations for this show: Junior riders 14 and under must war
protective headgear. Others are strongly encouraged to do so. Entries may be of any breed or height. Pee /Wee-
Junior-Senior-Adult and Jack Benny division exhibitors will not be allowed to ride out of their divisions. Ribbons
will be awarded to six places. Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons will be awarded to Horse/Rider
combination receiving first and second highest number of points. Open classes will not be pointed. Entry fee as
specified in each class. Entry and stable fees to be paid in cash. Awards: Listed with each class. Stable
Information (See beginning of horse department for information)

Rules and Requirements
1. Show Manager reserves the right to terminate participation, in either a particular event or in the entire show, for
any entrant whose actions create an unsafe condition for either themselves or for others. This includes, but is not
limited to, the participant's inability to safely control his or her mount.
2. Show Manager may disqualify a participant for any kind of cruelty to his or her mount, including excessive use
of spurs or whips.
3. Proper footwear with heels and smooth soles will be required. Sneakers will not be allowed.
4. No mount may run twice in the same class.
5. Participants must enter the ring mounted.
6. A 5-second penalty will be assessed for the first obstacle knocked down. Disqualification for the second obstacle
knocked down. It is permissible to support or to steady an obstacle with hands or feet during the course of a run.
For speed events such as Ball & Chain Race, or Spear Race, all objects must be collected and held until the end of
the run, or disqualification will result. No penalty will be assessed.
7. Deviation from the event pattern will result in disqualification. Deviation from the event pattern also includes
loss of forward motion, backing or reversing direction to correct the improper passing of an obstacle, refusal of a
jump, or circling back to retrieve an object.


1.    LEAD LINE (8yrs. & under) – Smile, Ribbons for all.
2.    PEE WEE IZZY DIZZY (8yrs. & under) - $.50, 4-3-2-1-.50
3.    IZZY DIZZY (9 to 13yrs.) – $2.00, 6-4-3-2-1
4.    EGG AND SPOON (9 to 13 yrs.) – $2.00, 6-4-3-2-1
5.    PEE WEE DASH RACE (8yrs. & under) - $1.00, 4-3-2-1-.50
6.    BARREL RACE (8yrs. & under) - $1.00, 4-3-2-1-.50
7.    BARREL RACE (9 to 13yrs.) – $2.00, 6-4-3-2-1
8.    BARREL RACE (14 to 17yrs.) - $3.00, 8-6-4-3-2
9.    BARREL RACE (18 to 39yrs.) - $3.00, 12-10-8-6-3
10.   BARREL RACE (40yrs. & over) - $4.00, 12-10-8-6-3
11.   STAKE RACE (8 yrs. & under) - $1.00, 4-3-2-1-.50
12.   POLE BENDING (9 to 13yrs.) – $2.00, 6-4-3-2-1
13.   POLE BENDING (14 to 17yrs.) - $3.00, 8-6-4-3-2
14.   POLE BENDING (18 to 39yrs.) - $4.00, 12-10-8-6-3
15.   POLE BENDING (40yrs. & over) - $4.00, 12-10-8-6-3
16.   SPEAR RACE (Open Event) - $5.00, 12-10-8-6-3
17.   NUT AND BOLT PAIR RACE (Open Event) - $5.00, 12-10-8-6-3
18.   FLAG RACE (9 to 13yrs.) – $2.00, 6-4-3-2-1



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19.   FLAG RACE (14 to 17yrs.) - $3.00, 8-6-4-3-2
20.   FLAG RACE (18 to 39yrs.) - $4.00, 12-10-8-6-3
21.   FLAG RACE (40yrs. & over) - $4.00, 12-10-8-6-3
22.   DASH RACE (Open Event) - $5.00, 12-10-8-6-3
23.   BEND AND HURDLE (Open Event) - $5.00, 12-10-8-6-3
24.   KEYHOLE RACE (14 to 17yrs.) - $3.00, 8-6-4-3-2
25.   KEYHOLE RACE (18 to 39yrs.) - $4.00, 12-10-8-6-3
26.   KEYHOLE RACE (40yrs. & over) - $4.00, 12-10-8-6-3
27.   RIBBON RACE (Open Event) - $5.00, 12-10-8-6-3
28.   BALL & CHAIN STAKE CLASS (14 to 17yrs.) - $3.00, 8-6-4-3-2
29.   BALL & CHAIN STAKE CLASS (18 to 39yrs.) - $4.00, 12-10-8-6-30
30.   BALL & CHAIN STAKE CLASS (40yrs. & over) - $4.00, 12-10-8-6-3
31.   PONY EXPRESS (Open Event) - $5.00, 12-10-8-6-3

                   PEE WEE – JUNIOR – SENIOR – ADULT – JACK BENNY DIVISION
      Champion and Reserve Champion Ribbons will be awarded to: Horse/Rider Combination receiving highest
      number of points and Horse/Rider Combination receiving 2nd highest number of points in each division. Six
                                         Ribbons awarded in all classes
                 MONEY AWARDED: 1st - $20.00: 2nd - $10.00 (Awarded to overall Hi-Points)
                                       Open classes will not be pointed

                                  OPEN WESTERN HORSE SHOW
                                       Monday, September 7, 2009
                                     MANAGER: Bridget Chapko
                         101 Powder Mill Rd. Valley Falls, NY 12185 (518) 527-2835

                                            JUDGE: Kristie Beals

                                      WESTERN DIVISON GENERAL RULES
                                     See current AHSA and NYS ruling for headgear.
     Horses shall be of any breed or combination of breeds 14.1 hands and over, serviceably sound, in good
condition and of stock horse type. A full mane in not required. Entries may be judged for soundness and
conformation before entering the arena. The use of shoes other than standard horse shoes is to be discouraged and
maybe penalized by the Judge.
     Only one hand may be used on reins and hands must not be changed. Hand to be around reins. When end of
split reins fall on side of reining hand, one finger between reins is permitted. When using romal or when ends of
split reigns are held in hand not used for reining, no finger between reins is allowed. Rider may hold romal or end
of split reigns to keep them from winging and to adjust the position of the reins provided it is held at least 16” from
the reining hand.
     If bridles are to be checked it is the sole responsibility of the judge to do so. He may, however, designate the
Steward to do so at the out gate.
     Tack. Entries shall be shown with a stock saddle but silver equipment will not count over a good working
outfit. Tapaderos are prohibited in Stock Horse Classes. There shall be no discrimination against any standard
western bit; however, show management may designate type of western bit to be used according to local conditions
provided it is so stated in the prize list. A standard western bit is defined as having a shank with a maximum
length overall of 8 1/2". The mouthpiece will consist of a metal bar 3/8" to 3/4" in diameter, varying form a
straight bar to a full spade. Jointed mouthpieces are permitted. Swivel ports and flat polo mouthpieces not to be
used. Reins must be attached to each shank. Curb chains may be used but must be at least 1 1/2" in width and lie
flat against the jaws of the horse. Show management may stipulate in the prize list that curb chains are prohibited.
Horses shall not be shown with artificial appliances that would tend to alter their performance. No wire or other
metal or rawhide device may be used in conjunction with, or as part of, the flat leather chinstrap, which must be at
least 1/2" in width.
     Horses five years old and older must be shown in bit. Horses four years old and younger may be shown in bit
or hackamore at the discretion of the exhibitor. No wire curbs, regardless of how padded or covered; no chin strap
narrower than 1/2" in width; no martingale; no nose band; no tiedown will be permitted in working cowhorse;
reining; western riding; western pleasure; Trail Horse.




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        Personal. Riders shall wear Western hat, long-sleeved shirt, chaps, shotgun chaps or chinks, cowboy boots
   and carry a lariat or reata. If reins are held in left-hand lariat or reata should be attached to fork of saddle on right
   side. If reins are held in right hand, lariat or reata should be attached to fork of saddle on left side.
        Spurs are optional. A rain slicker may be required in Trail and Pleasure classes provided it is so stipulated in
   the prize list.
        Exhibitors are responsible for knowledge of all rules; Judges' decisions will be considered final.
                                                       Stable Information
                                      See beginning of horse department for information.

                          SIX RIBBONS AWARDED IN EACH CLASS
                 WALK/JOG MAY NOT ENTER OPEN CLASSES/BAREBACK
                 MAY ONLY ENTER ONE DIVISION + BAREBACK DIVISION
    13 & UNDER WALK/JOG - *14 & OVER WALK/JOG – 9-17 YRS – ADULT (18 & UP) - BAREBACK

1. LEADLINE (8 yrs. & under)(RUN DIRECTLY AFTER LUNCH)
2. MODEL WESTERN HORSE IN HAND (Horses 2 yrs. old & younger) - Trophy - $3.00
3. MODEL WESTERN GELDING IN HAND - Trophy - $3.00
4. MODEL WESTERN MARE IN HAND – Trophy - $3.00
5. MODEL WESTERN PONY IN HAND – Trophy - $3.00
6. FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP (13 & under & walk/jog) – Trophy/Pointed - $3.00
7. FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP (14-17 & walk/jog) – Trophy/Pointed - $3.00
8. FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP (Adults & walk/jog) – Trophy/Pointed - $3.00
9. WESTERN EQUITATION (13 & under walk/jog) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
10. WESTERN EQUITATION (14 & OVER walk/jog) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
11. WESTERN EQUITATION (9-17 yrs.) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
12. WESTERN EQUITATION (ADULT) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
13. WESTERN PLEASURE (13 & under walk/jog) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
14. WESTERN PLEASURE (14 & OVER walk/jog) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
15. WESTERN PLEASURE (9-17 yrs.) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
16. WESTERN PLEASURE (ADULT) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
17. OBEDIENCE (all aged walk/jog) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
18. OBEDIENCE (9-17 yrs.) – Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
19. OBEDIENCE (ADULT) –Pointed - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
20. OPEN WESTERN STAKES (all ages) - $5.00 – 20-15-10-5-5
21. OPEN WESTERN ROAD HACK (all ages) - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
22. OPEN WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP (all ages) - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
23. OPEN PAIRS (all ages, enter w/partner) - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
24. WALK/JOG PAIRS (enter w/partner) - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
25. WESTERN PLEASURE FUTURITY CLASS (horses 5 yrs. & under)
Snaffle bits/bosals allowed - $5.00 – 20-15-10-5-5
26. OWNER TO RIDE (Pleasure, NO walk/jog) - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
27. WALK/JOG TRAIL COURSE - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
28. TRAIL COURSE (all other divisions) - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
29. BAREBACK EQUITATION (NO walk/jog) - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4
30. BAREBACK PLEASURE (NO walk/jog) –$3.00- 12-10-8-6-4
31. BAREBACK OBEDIENCE (NO walk/jog) – $3.00 - 12-10-8-6-4
32. SIT A BUCK (NO walk/jog) - $3.00 – 12-10-8-6-4

      CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION RIBBONS AWARDED AT THE END OF THE DAY
                  POINTS BASED ON HORSE AND RIDER COMBINATION




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       Deadlines


       Box Seats
   July 2 - August 10


  Exhibitor Camping
      August 8


  Entry Mailed Tag -
      August 11


Deadlines for all Entries
      August 15


  4-H Entry Deadline
      August 10




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