HORSE SHOWS/COMPETITIONS

Registration Form!

Chairpersons:

Western Horse Show: Mindy Brophy

Hunter Horse Show: Carol Mehnert - 705-738-0966; Laura Ostler - 705-887-2372 

Horse Pull: - Ken Ingram

Western Horse Show

Information

Pg. 22-24 of Fair Handbook

Western Horse Show:

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Committee: Mindy Brophy

 

 

            Entries Taken on show day.                                   

   Entries: $5.00 Open     $2.00 Youth

 

Show starts promptly at 10 am Note - Show will break for parade

 

Class List:

Barrels

Run a clover leaf pattern around the three barrels set up in the ring. Add 5 seconds for any barrel knocked over. No time if off pattern and no time if cross the timer line before the pattern is complete. Fastest time wins

 

Flag Race

Grab the pole out of the first barrel and do a figure 8 pattern around the second barrel and put the pole back into the first barrel. If miss the grab and finish the pattern its a no time. If fail to get the flag back into the first barrel it is also a no time. Knock the barrel at the end it is a no time. Fastest time wins.

 

Dash for Cash

Each competitor will receive a poker chip. They are to run down to the barre at the end and place their poker chip on the barrel, the chip must stay on the barrel or it is a no time. Knock the barrel over it is also a no time. Fastest time wins

 

Musical Stalls

There are 4 poles around the ring. Inside the poles there are pails. There is one less pail for the amount of riders in the ring. As the music plays the riders ride around the poles. When the music stops the riders MUST dismount and lead their horses to the pails. They can only enter on the sides of the ring, not the ends. The rider left without a pail to sit on is out. Continue to do this until there is only one rider left.

 

Donut Eating Race

Each rider will have a person on the end of the ring holding a donut on a string. The ride must ride down to where their person is holding their donut. The riders must take a bite of the donut without using their hands. First ones to cross the start line win

 

Egg on Spoon Race

Each rider gets an egg and a spoon. They start at one end of the ring. When the signal is given they remove their thumbs from their eggs and start towards the finish line. First ones to cross without dropping their egg wins. Riders must stop where their egg drops

 

Bottle Race

Each rider must grab a bottle off of the barrel at the end of the ring. Fastest time wins, if they knock the barrel or drop or miss their bottle its a no time.

 

Boot Scramble

Each rider puts one of their boots at one end of the ring. At the signal they all race towards their boot, they must dismount and put their boot on and leave their horse with a handler and run back to the start line. First ones back win

 

Sit a Buck

Each rider must remove their saddle. A "dollar" bill is placed under their butt. At the announcers prompting they ride around the ring following the announcers instructions. The last one to have their dollar bill still under their butt wins.

 

Keyhole

Two poles are set at the end of the ring. The riders must ride through the poles and turn their horses and run back to the start line. Fastest time wins. The horse must be completely through the poles.

 

Costume Class

Each rider gets creative and dresses themselves and their horses up. Great for the audience

 

Youth Riders are 16 and under

Open riders are any age.

 

Show Rules

1. All rules of the Bobcaygeon Agricultural Society apply.

2. Proof of liability insurance or OEF membership is required. All competitors compete at own risk.

3. All Horses must be kept under control and supervised at all times.

4. Riders that appear to be interfering with other competitors or appear to be having problems with their horses may be excused by the judge.

5. Horses that kick must wear red ribbon on their tail. Both Judge and ring steward informed of this.

6. CEF rules apply.

7. Any person under 18 mounted on a horse or pony must wear an A.S.T.M. approved headgear with harness.

8. Youth classes will be for those 18 or younger of the current year.

9. Walk jog classes are for those 12 or younger of the current year.

10. Riders in walk trot classes may not enter any open classes.

11. No coaching is allowed from ringside.

12. No coaching/schooling is permitted over patterns.

13. Stallions may not be shown by anyone under the age of 18.

14. Riders in the lead line class may not enter any other classes except costume and showmanship.

15. The judges’ decision is final.

16. Exhibitors are expected to be ready when the class is called, missing riders will be summoned once, and then the class will proceed.

17. Entry money will not be refunded for classes that have missed, scratched, or riders have been excused from.

18. All exhibitors must pay admission at the gates.

19. Riders participating in a walk/trot/jog class will be disqualified for breaking into a lope/canter.

20. Exhibitors demonstrating excessive force on their horse/pony will be disqualified.

21. Class list is subject to change on show day.

22. Entry money will be used towards pay out for prize money.

 

Champion and Reserve Champion will be handed out after class #19

Open Class Payout

1st - $20

2nd - $15

3rd - $12

4th -$8

5th - $5

 

 

Youth Payout

1st -$15

2nd - $10

3rd - $8

4th -  $5

5th - $2

 

 

Hunter Horse Show:

Hunter Horse Show Information

Pg. 18-21 of Fair Handbook

 

October 2, 202


Committee: Laura Ostler (705) 887-2372 Mikhaila McBridge-Merrell, Delaney Brooks, Tom Wood, 

Kelly James

 

Entries taken on show day. Entry Fee: $8.00 Per Class Jumper Division: $10.00 Show Starts Promptly At 9:00 am Judge: TBA Prize Money - in all classes except Jumper Classes 1st  $25.00, 2nd  $20.00, 3rd $15.00, 4th $12.00, 5th $10.00

*Note for Jumper prize money see individual class 20, 21, 22 for listing
 

1. CEF rules apply.

2. All rules of the Bobcaygeon Agricultural Society apply.

3. Proof of Liability Insurance or OEF membership required.  All riders participate at their own risk.

4. Any person mounted on a horse or pony must wear approved headgear with harness.

 

5. Crops not to exceed 24”.

6. All horses and ponies must be kept under control and supervised at all times.

 

7. Stallions may not be shown by riders who are 17 years and under.

8. No coaching is allowed from ringside.

9. Riders that appear to have problems with their horse or pony may be excused by the judge.

10. Horses that kick are required to wear a red ribbon on their tail. These riders are asked to remain at least one horse length away from the other competitors.  The ring steward and judge must be informed of this.

11. Stallions must be identified with a yellow ribbon on their tail.

 

12. A minimum of three entries is required for a class to proceed.

 

13. Hors Concurs may be permitted depending on class size.

 

14. No schooling is permitted over the course.  A warm up area will be provided.

 

15. Open showmanship/lead line and open/fun division classes will not count toward divisional high point scoring.

 

16. Beginner Walk/Trot Division will be open to riders 13 years and under.

 

17. Green/Novice Division is open to riders and/or horses in their first or second year of showing.

 

18. Open Divisions are open to everyone.

 

19. Entry fees to be used towards prize money
 

Hunter Jumper Horse Show Class List


Open Walk/Trot Class Sponsored by: Bobcaygeon Veterinary Services

Green/Novice Division sponsored by: Dr. Stephen Oldridge, Bobcaygeon

Open Division sponsored by: Lane’s End Stables, Bobcaygeon

Jumper Division sponsored by: K.W. Jones Construction, Bobcaygeon


1. Open Showmanship - Sponsored by Norma Long, Royal LePage/Frank Real Estate, Bobcaygeon.  Horses to be shown in hand. Class judged on presentation and grooming of the horse. Riders must be in proper English Attire. Horse to be shown in bridle. It is suggested that the mane be braided: tail braiding optional.  Allow crop.

 

2. Lead Line – Sponsored by Just for the Halibut, Bobcaygeon, Restricted to riders who are 10 years old and under as of January 1st of the current year. To be led by a suitably attired person. Side walkers will also be permitted.
 


Beginner Walk/Trot Division sponsored by:  Victoria Feeds / Horse and Hound, Lindsay
 

3. Beginner Walk/Trot Equitation sponsored by Fenelon Stampcrete.  Riders may be asked to rain back, trot sitting or posting - 70% rider, 30% horse

 

4. Beginner Walk/Trot Pleasure  Rider and mount will be asked to walk/trot sitting or posting class to be judged - 70% horse, 30% rider

 

5. Beginner Walk/Trot Hunter Hack 2 Fences sponsored by Janice McInroy Investors.  Riders will be judged at a walk/trot sitting or posting both ways of the ring. Horses will be required to trot two fences not to exceed 18”. Judging 60%  performance, 30% manners, 10% turnout. Open Walk/Trot Class Sponsored by:  Bobcaygeon Veterinary Services

 

6. Open Walk/Trot Equitation sponsored by Kawartha Central Realty – Allison Mahoney – see class #3

 

7. Open Walk/Trot Pleasure sponsored by Brocar Farms, Roy & Janet Brock - see class #4

 

8. Walk/Trot Hunter Hack Two Fences sponsored by Brocar Farms, Roy & Janet Brock – see class #5 Green/Novice Division sponsored by:  Bobcaygeon Family Health Team

 

9. Equitation sponsored by K.W. Jones Construction.   Riders maybe asked to walk/trot sitting and posting/canter both ways of the ring/rein back. - 70% rider, 30% horse.

 

10. Pleasure sponsored by Victoria Vet Services, Lindsay Riders and mount will be asked to walk, trot and canter, reverse and back up. 70% horse, 30% rider.

 

11. Hunter Hack Two Fences sponsored by Dr. Stephen Oldridge, Bobcaygeon.  Riders will be judged at walk/trot/canter both ways of the ring.  Horses will be required to take two fences not to exceed 2’.

 

12. Hunter Over Fences sponsored by Victoria Feeds / Horse and Hound, Lindsay.  To be ridden over a course not to exceed 2’.

Open / Fun Division 

13. Costume sponsored by Victoria Feeds / Horse and Hound, Lindsay

 

14. Egg and Spoon sponsored by Bridgewood Manor Bed & Breakfast, Fenelon Falls

 

15. Pairs over Fences sponsored by Ostler Park Farms, Bobcaygeon Emphasis is on working together as a pair over a course of four fences not to exceed 18”. Open Division sponsored by  Lanes End Stables. Bobcaygeon

 

16. Equitation sponsored by New Deal Realty, Kelly James & Tom Wood - See class #9

 

17. Pleasure sponsored by New Deal Realty, Kelly James & Tom Wood - See class #10

 

18.  Hunter Hack Two Fences sponsored by Strang’s Valumart, Bobcaygeon - See class #11

 

19.  Hunter Over Fences sponsored by Fenelon Veterinary Services -See class #12 fences not to exceed 2’ 3”. Open Jumper Division sponsored by  K.W. Jones Construction, Bobcaygeon High point prize donated by Green Hawk, Peterborough

 

20.  Warm Up Jumper sponsored by The Mehnert Family (Table A) Jumps not to exceed 2’ 3”. 1st $70.00, 2nd $50.00, 3rd $30.00, 4th $20.00,

 5th $15.00

 

21.  Open Jumper sponsored by Stillbrook Riding Stables, Jeannine Stillman, Keene.  (Table C) Time will be the deciding factor, over a set of jumps not to exceed 2’ 6”. 1st $70.00, 2nd $50.00, 3rd   $30.00, 4th $20.00, 5th $15.00

 

Horses

Horses Information

Pg. 25-29 of Fair Handbook

Committee: Pieter vanOudenaren – Chairman  705-738-7647, Doug Anderson,  Joelle Lambert
Light Horses will be shown at 10 A.M. Saturday morning.

Heavy Horses will be shown after the Parade.   

All Classes are subject to change.

Each stable showing at least two or more horses or ponies in the hitch show classes will receive a $125 bonus per stable to compensate for transportation expenses. Proof of Insurance – insurance company name & policy number required to exhibit.

 

CLASS 5: Heavy Horses - Hitch Classes
 Sections: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th All Other

1. Team of Draft Horse, Light: $110 $100 $95 $90 $85

2.  Team of Draft Heavy Horses $110  $100  $95 $90  $85

3. Team of Commercial Horse, Light $110  $100  $95  $90  $85

4. Team of Commercial Horse, Heavy $110  $100  $95  $90  $85

5. 3-A Breast, Heavy & Commercial  $120  $110    $95

6. Four Horse, Draft $170  $150  $140  $110  $100

7. Four Horse, Commercial $170 $150 $140 $110 $

8. Six Horse, Draft $220 all entries

9. Six Horse, Commercial  $220 all entries

10. Unicorn Hitch, Draft  $130 $120 $110 $85

11. Unicorn Hitch, Commercial $130 $120 $110 $85

12. Single Horse, Draft $80  $70  $60  $50


13. Single Horse, Commercial $80 $70 $60  $50

14. Single Hitch Draft & Commercial & Halflinger Lady Driver $80 $70 $60  $50

15. Single Horse, child driver aged 10 or under, accompanied by an Adult $45 all others $35

16.  Single Horse, child driver 11 – 16 yrs. accompanied by an Adult $45 all others $35

 

Draft Ponies Or Commercial RULES:

1. All Ponies to be harnessed in a suitable draft harness with collars.

2. Draft Ponies to have tails tied and manes rolled.

3. Commercial Ponies to have tails natural and manes rolled.

4. No cross entering Draft & Commercial, Junior Showmanship and Junior Driving show with the Draft Horses.

5. If more than 3 entries classes will be split.
 
Section:  1st  2nd  All Others

17. Six Pony Hitch ...............$110.00  $90.00  $80.00

18. Four Pony Hitch .............$90.00  $80.00  $70.00

 

19. Unicorn Hitch .................$90.00 $80.00 $70.00

 

20. Team of Ponies ..............$80.00  $75.00  $60.00

 

21. 3 A Breast  .....................$80.00 $75.00 $60.00

 

22. Single Pony ...................$65.00  $60.00  $55.00
 

 Registered Haflinger Section:  1st  2nd  3rd  All Others

 

23. Single Horse Hitch ......…          $75 $60            $45

 

24. Team Hitch .....................$80 $75 $60

 

25. Tandem ..........................$90 $85 $70

 

26. Unicorn Hitch .................$90 $80 $70

 

27. Four Horse Hitch ...........$90 $80 $70

 

28. 3 A Breast ......................$80 $65 $50
 


Hackney And Harness Ponies Section: 

1st  2nd  3rd

29. Single Hackney Pony   ...........................................$70      $65     $45 

 

30. Lady driver Hackney Pony  ...........................................$70 $65 $45

 

31. Team of Hackney or Harness Ponies ...........................................$85  $75 $65

 

32. Tandem of Hackney or Harness Ponies ...........................................$95 $85 $75

 

33. Hackney Stake $80 $70 $70 Shetland Ponies Section:  1st 2nd 3rd 4th

 

34. Single Shetland Pony ............$75 $65 $45

 

35. Pair of Shetland Ponies .........$85 $75 $65 $50

 

36. Lady Driver ............................$75 $65 $50 $35

 

Carriage Horses In Harness Section:  1st  2nd  3rd  4th

 

37. Team .....................................$80 $70 $60 $50

 

38. Single Horse in Harness, over 15 ½ hands  ....................................................$60 $50 $40 $35

 

Roadster In Harness Section:  1st  2nd  3rd  4th

 

39. Team of Roadsters ................$90 $80 $70 $60

 

40. Single Horse in Harness, over 15 ½ hands 
  ....................................................$75 $65 $55 $45

 

41. Single Horse in Harness, under 15 ½ hands  ....................................................$75 $65 $55 $45

 

42. Open Bike Class ....................$75 $65 $55  $45

 

43. Open Bike Lady Driver ..........$75 $65 $55 $45

 

44. Open Bike Stake....................$80 $60 $55 $40

 

45. Stake .....................................$80  $60  $55 $40

 

46. Lady Driver ............................$80    $60 $55 $40

 

47. Gents Turnout  ......................$100 80 $70 $60

Roadster Pony Section:  1st 2nd 3rd 4th

 

48. Roadster Pony .......................$70 $60 $50 $40 Prize money for Gents Turnout & Child Driver donated by Cavalier Transportation, George Ledson in memory of his sister, Margot Brown.

Horse Pull 

Horse Pull Information

Pg. 28-29 of Fair Handbook

Committee: Ken Ingram, Chairman 705-738-2601, John Anderson, Mark Jermyn, Morris Anderson, Doug Anderson, Mark Anderson, Laura Wilson, Randy Humphries, Pieter vanOudenaren.

Match To Commence At 3.30 P.M. Saturday


Proof of Insurance – insurance company name & policy number required to exhibit.
 

Rules And Regulations

 

1. At all Central Canadian Pulling Association Fair board Pulls, all persons entering the Competition must be Members of the Central Canadian Horse Pulling  Association.

2. Teams competing are to be measured by a committee official prior to the event.

3. A qualifying draw must be a minimum of 15 feet and be made within the designated course. Knocking down a course marker is a fault, disqualifying the draw.

4. Each team will be allowed 2 drawing attempts with a time maximum of 3 minutes between draws.

5. One driver and two helpers per team will be permitted.

6. Slashing, whipping or abusing horses will not be allowed.

7. In the event of breakage during a draw attempt, a next  draw will be required. Officials will rule on the tie the next draw is to be made.

8. Any competitor interfering with Judge or Director or with other competitors will be disqualified. The decision of the Judge is final

9. Partial list of rules and regulations. Complete list can be obtained at office

Prizes Heavy Class (total Weight 3400 lbs.)

1st., $450.00; 2nd., $350.00; 3rd., $250.00; 4th., $225.00; 5th $125.00; 6th $125.00 Winner will receive “Sunnybreeze Farm Trophy” (perpetual trophy).


Light Class (total Weight 3400 lbs and under)

1st., $450.00; 2nd., $350.00; 3rd., $250.00; 4th., $225.00; 5th $125.00; 6th $125.00 Winner will receive “Kawartha Trails Riding Stable, Barb and Percy Robertson Trophy” (perpetual trophy). 
 

All other teams successfully completing the first draw will qualify for a $50.00 prize.

Horse Pull Special Best Teamster - Overall - Light $50.00

 

Best Teamster - Overall - Heavy $50.00 Donated by Bobcaygeon Agricultural Society.

In Memory of Innis Ingram