2015 Ohio State Fair/Pre-Fair Light Horse Show

2015 Ohio State Fair/Pre-Fair Light Horse Show

1 2015 Ohio State Fair/Pre-Fair Light Horse Show Is operated with the guidance of rules of each breedassociation. This show is NOT a member show of the United States EquestrianFederation July21-25, 2015 Pre-Fair John R. Kasich, Governor Virgil Strickler, General Manager & Director of Agriculture &Livestock Ohio State Fair Horse Show Home Of: -American Hackney Horse Society Adult DrivingChallenge -American Show Pony World Championship -Area 2 Modern Shetland Pony Futurity -Ohio Hackney Association Futurity -World Championship American Shetland Pony -World Championship American Miniature Horse Registry

2 OHIO STATE FAIR HORSE SHOW OFFICIALS Show Director Ms. Judy M Peters, Ashley, OH Show Secretary Mr. Christopher Neill, Columbus, OH Steward Mr. L Andrew Shupe, Wexford, PA AMHR/ASPCR Steward Ms. Pamela Christopher Announcer Mr. David Rice, Bowling Green, OH Ringmaster Mr. Randy Dinius, Huntington, IN Official Farriers Mr. Randy Luikart, Ashland, OH Mr. Jack Weigle, New Castle, PA Organist Mrs. Amy Paradise Braden, New Waterford, OH Paddock Master Mr. Guy Brown, Georgetown, KY Stall Office Supervisors Mr.& Mrs. Don Martz, Madison, PA Official Photographer Terry Young, Lexington, KY Official Veterinarian Dr.

Schmall, DVM, Columbus, OH

4 Rules And Regulations ARRIVAL TIMES These times must be strictly adhered to as there is a show the weekend before and the week after us. BREED ARRIVAL NOT BEFORE DEPARTURE NOT LATERTHAN Saddlebred, Hackneys, Shetland & AMHR Sunday July 20 - 8 am Porters will be available with utility vehicles to help with move in and move out between 7 am and 7 PM each day. Make arrangements with the stall office for their help. JUDGES The following have been invited to officiate in these divisions andsections. Changes may be made to facilitate the smooth running of the Ohio State Fair Horse Show. Light Horse Divisions MS GAYLE LAMPE, KANSAS CITY, MO SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED, PARK HORSE, FINE HARNESS, 3 GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE, SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION, SADDLE TYPEWESTERN, HACKNEY HARNESS PONY, HACKNEY SHOW PLEASURE & COUNTRY PLEASURE CLASSES, MORGAN WESTERN & HUNTER PLEASURE JUDGE-TBA SADDLEBRED 5 GAITED, PARK PLEASURE, SHOW PLEASURE, COUNTRY WESTERN & HUNT SEAT, PARADE HACKNEY ROADSTER, IN HAND & COBTAIL PONY, HACKNEY HORSE CLASSES MORGAN ENGLISH PLEASURE & PLEASURE DRIVING MR.

ROGER DAULTON, URBANA, OH MODERN SHETLAND DIVISION, SHETLAND CLASSIC & FOUNDATIONDIVISIONS, AMERICAN SHOW PONY DIVISION MR. JAMES MCKEITH, COLEMAN, MI AMERICAN MINIATURE HORSE REGISTRY, A & B DIVISIONS, ASPCR MODERN SHETLAND, WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FUTURITY APPROVED BY THE FOLLOWING AMERICAN HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY: 4059 Iron Works Pike Bldg A, Lexington, KY 40511 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED HORSE ASSOCIATION: 4093 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, and KY40511 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED HORSE ASSOCIATON OF OHIO: Mr. Alan Brindle, 338 Brookland Road, Medina, OH 44256 AMERICAN SHETLAND PONY CLUB: 81-B Queenwood, Morton, IL61550 INDIANA AMERICAN SADDLEBRED HORSEASSOCIATION: Linda Beltz, 1510 Prestwick Circle, Carmel, IN46032,317-844-9702 INTER-STATE HORSE SHOW ASSOCIATION, INC: Mr.

Andy Shupe, , 9807 Presidential Drive Apt 103, Allison Park P A 15101 OHIO AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PLEASURE HORSE: Judy Peters, 225 Twp Rd 158, Ashley, OH 43003 OHIO HACKNEY PONY ASSOCIATION: Ms. Amber Estis, 2336 Burnside RoadNW Pataskala, OH 43062 TRI-STATE HORSE SHOWS ASSOCIATION, INC: Mrs. Marge Ewing, 213 Pebble Creek Dr., Pataskala, OH 43062 INTER-COUNTY HORSE SHOW PREMIUM LISTING No annual publication will be made. This listing is available from our Internet websiteat http://www.ohiostatefair.com/osf/osf3.htm Copy this and paste into your address bar on your computer when you are connected to theInternet.

The Ohio Expo Center & State Fair Located at 717 East 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43211614-644-4000 Email to Judy M. Peters: allhorseshows@earthlink.net Entries close JUNE 19, 2015 Post entries accepted with additional feesapplied. Other Exhibitor Premium Listings availableare: Creative Arts Open & Junior Livestock Agriculture Horticulture & Floriculture Fine Arts Junior Division ATTENTION ALL EXHIBITORS TO: EXHIBITORS AT THE 2015 OHIO STATE FAIR HORSESHOW SUBJECT: EXHIBITION OF HORSES Horses must meet the Ohio Department of Agriculture and State Fair Exhibition Requirements. 901:1-18-08. Horses and Ponies (A) Horses and Ponies moved within Ohio for exhibition: 1.

If not under quarantine and if they are free of any signs of a contagious or infectious disease; and 2. If the animal is twelve months of age or older, the exhibition manager may require that the animal has been tested and classed negative to an official test for equine infection anemia within twelve months of the closing date of the exhibition. *NOTE: THE OHIO STATE FAIR MANAGEMENT WILL NOT REQUIRE OHIO HORSES TO BE TESTED FOR EQUINE INFECTION ANEMIA (B) Horses and Ponies Imported Into Ohio for exhibition: Shall be accompanied by an official certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days of the opening date of the exhibition (July 15, 2015); and If the animal is twelve months of age or older, it shall be accompanied by evidence the animal was negative to an official test for Equine Infection Anemia within six months of the opening date of the exhibition (July 15, 2015);and Upon request by an authorized representative of the Ohio Department of Agriculture, the person responsible for each animal must make available a chronological list of dates, places and events attended by this animal within thirty days prior to entry into Ohio.

NOTE: ALL OUT OF STATE HORSES IMPORTED INTO OHIO MUST HAVE A NEGATIVE EQUINE INFECTION ANEMIA (EIA) TEST WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF THE OPENING DATE OF THE EXHIBITION AND PRESENT THE ORIGINAL COGGINS PAPERS TO THE STATE VETERINARIANS UPON ARRIVAL.

5 DEPARTURE OF HORSES Exhibitors or their agents must obtain a release from the STALL OFFICE before removing horses from the show grounds. CAMPER SPACE There will be limited camper space for exhibitors north of 17th Avenue. Both partial hook-up and full hook-up is available on a first come first serve basis. Horses are not allowed north of 17th Ave. Non compliance will result in animals to be barred from further participation at this show. Electrical outlets will be available in camper space only. No tents allowed. Permits may be purchased at Gate Entrance to camper area.

RULES AND REGULATIONS This Show is held using guidelines from each breed association: ASHA, AHHS, AMHR, ASPCR, UPHA, ADHHR Exhibitors are responsible for knowledge of ShowRules.

RULES GOVERNING REGISTRATION WILL BE STRICTLY FOLLOWED IN ALL BREEDS SHOWN. The following classes and/or divisions at this show are not conducted under the rules of USEF, but rather they are conducted under the rules of their respective breed associations. Some special conditions may be addressed. Please check individualpages.

MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES The State of Ohio, through the Ohio Expositions Commission, the Horse Show Committee, the General Manager and his employees, herein after referred to as the management, will not be responsible for any damages to person, animal, or property at the show, or on the grounds, nor will be responsible for any property lost or destroyed. Each exhibitor shall indemnify and save the Management, harmless from all claims and demands of any kind or nature arising from such exhibitor, his employees, animals, or property exhibiting on or in the show grounds. Judges may not award prize to an unworthy exhibit.

It is the intention of the Ohio State Fair Management that no recognition of any kind shall be given to any animal or article that is not deserving. This rule must be strictly adhered to whether or not there is competition. EXHIBITOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES 1.DISCIPLINE Exhibitors are warned that any act of discourtesy or disobedience to the officials on the part of the owner, groom or driver, will disqualify the horse. This applies in or out of the ring and while on the Show Grounds. This includes ANY employee of the Horse Show Office, or any Ohio State Fair employee. HORSES ARE NOT ALLOWED BEYOND THE GREEN WALL IN THE GILLIGAN BUILDING AT ANY TIME.

THOSE VIOLATING THIS WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE GROUNDS 2. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Public consumption of alcoholic beverages on the Ohio State Fair Grounds is prohibited. 3. POSTED SIGNS All posted signs or instructions, whatever they may be, will be strictly enforced. Any discourtesy to any Fair Official, State Highway Patrol or other officials wearing official badges will subject the exhibitors to the penalties listed below.

4. DISCOURTESY Any discourtesy to any Fair Official, State Highway Patrol or other officials wearing official badges will cause the person, their stable and their owners to forfeit any earnings won at the Ohio State Fair Horse Show. The entire stable may be asked to leave the grounds whether they are finished showing or not. 5. LIABILITY All owners and exhibitors will be held responsible for any damage incurred by them or their agents to barns or other properties on the show grounds and will be billed accordingly. Failure to make payment will subject the exhibitor to the penalties listed below.

6. DOGS **Dogs will only be permitted on the grounds under the followingconditions. Dogs MUST be on a leash or confined in a stall. No Dogs will be tethered in the aisle, or running loose in the aisle. No dogs are allowed in the coliseum. Failure to comply in this will be cause for expulsion fromfairgrounds.

**THERE WILL BE NO SKATEBOARDS, ROLLERBLADES OR SKATES ALLOWED ON THE SHOW GROUNDS. NOTE: Violation of any of the provisions listed above will subject the Entry and/or Exhibitor to such penalty as the Management may impose, including disqualification’s, removal from the grounds, forfeiting all awards, entry and stall fees, as well as refusal of futureentries. USEF MEMBERSHIP NO LONGER REQUIRED Arena Footing: the footing is sand and some wood shavings the arena size is 300' X 175'. Solid sides of vinyl covered wood. ENTRIES & POST ENTRIES Pre Fair Competitions AMERICAN SADDLEBRED, SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION, HACKNEY, AMHR, SHETLAND, AMERICAN SHOW PONY & PARADE Closing Date for Stalls at Regular price will be June 19, 2015 All stall reservations must be accompanied with full payment and exhibitor or agent must fill out the stabling sheet or there is no guarantee stalls will be together as requested.

**Exhibitors who want stall together must send together in the sameenvelope. After June 19, 2015. Add $20 additional to each stall. Box stalls will be $75.00 and Tack Stalls will be $90.00. Those who do not pay for stalls prior to arrival may not have stalls available. Entries can be made until June 19, 2015 at no additional post entry fee. Entries made after June 19, 2015will have an additional 50% of entry fee added. Horses that are not entered before arrival may not have stall spaceavailable. Entries received with postmarks after June 19, 2015pay a stall penalty as well as an additional 50% entry fee.

READ – IMPORTANT All entries must be submitted with a check covering all fees by the dates below. THIS MEANS POSTMARKED BY: Light Horse & AMHR entries close for stabling on June 19, 2015. Entry forms that are fill able are available on line for electronic submission. After this date the Horse Show reserves the right to refuse entries due to availability of stalls.

All signature lines must be signed. If no signatures are on the entry blank, the entry form and check will be returned and will not be processed until received back. All entries must still meet thedeadline. ENTRY SUBMISSION Every entry shall constitute an agreement that the owner, Agent, Trainer, Driver, Rider, as well as the Horse shall comply with the rules of the Ohio State Fair Horse Show as guided by rules of ASHA, AHHS, ASPCR, AMHR &ADHHA. In making entries please comply with the following requirements: (a) Give all application information (b) Only One Owner (owner or lessee of horses) per entry blank (c) Address must be home address and not stable (d) Signed by owner or Agent, as well as trainer where applicable.

A trainer is defined as “Any adult or adults who has the responsibility for the care, training, custody or performance of a horse.” Said person must sign the entry blank of any recognized show whether said person be the owner, rider, agent, coach, adult or minor, as well as trainer. Where a minor exhibitor has no trainer, a parent or guardian must sign and assume responsibility of trainer. The name of the trainer must be designated as such on the entry blank. It shall be the responsibility of Show Management to see that entry blanks contain all the required information.

(e) CALL OR WRITE OUR OFFICE AND WE WILL SEND ADDITIONAL ENTRY BLANKS OR DOWNLOAD FROM THE WEBSITE. (f) Class errors on entry forms are the responsibility of the exhibitor and cannot be changed at the show without paying post-entry fee(exception- measurement) (g) The following credentials must be available to show management and steward/technical delegate. 1. Amateur Certification

6 (h) Entry fees may not be switched to avoid the payment of post entry fees. (i) Effective 12/01/84 a copy of the registration papers showing proof of ownership on all American Saddlebred Horses must be presented to the horse show office before the show number is released.

(j) Anyone that shows in a class they are not entered in will be charged double the entry fee! And, they may be disqualified. This continues to be a major issue and premium checks may not be issued to any exhibitor who walks into a class without fees being paid! (k) No Canadian Checks accepted. Please send certified check or money order.

(l) If the owner or exhibitor is less than 18 years of age, the entry blank must be signed by a representative who is of age and who by such a signature, individually assures responsibility and risk as stated above in the signature. The Horse Show Management assumes no responsibility and this shall be a condition of entry. IF A PARENT IS NOT AN ASHA MEMBER, ASHA NON-MEMBER FEE MUST BE PAID. POST ENTRIES & SCRATCHES READ CAREFULLY No additions will be accepted on the day that the class is being held, except for championships that have a qualifying class on the same day. Please scratch if you do not intend to show.

We will have a 2-minute gait call on all classes. DO NOT be shut out. Be courteous to other exhibitors and the Judge by scratching if you do not intend to show Post entries will be accepted for horses & equitation riders entered in the show prior to the closing date of entries. Horses that have been previously entered may post enter additional classes at 1-1/2 times the regular entry fee, except for championships, which will be at the regular fee. Post entry deadlines for classes will be by 5 PM. the evening prior to the class, except halter championships. See championships in respected sections or divisions.

Entries which fail to qualify while performing in a qualifying class by reasons of equipment repair, shoeing time or illness (certified by the official veterinarian) shall be permitted to make a post entry, at double fee, in another qualifying class of the section, if available, provided the horse has previously been nominated in the Championship or stake. Entries of this nature must be made at least one hour before the session in which the class is shown.

SUBSTITUTION In the event of the sale or injury to a horse after the closing date of entries, show management will permit an exhibitor to post enter another of his own horses. Original fees can be transferred but post entry fee will be charged for additional classes entered. Sale of Horse requires “Bonified unconditional notarized bill of sale.” Veterinarian Certificate: If other than from the Horse Show's Official Veterinarian, this certificate must give a diagnosis of the Injury, printed name, address, telephone number of issuing, as well as signature of veterinarian.

CHAMPIONSHIPS & STAKES To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown and judged in any other class of its division or section.

Championships must be entered in show office the evening prior to session in which the class is shown. To be “shown and judged” in any class in which horses compete together, an animal must perform at all required gaits both ways of the ring in the original workout and must remain in the ring, up to the point of the judge excusing it. (See exceptions in “Post Entries” above) For entries and nomination in any CHAMPIONSHIPS see specifications included in the respective CHAMPIONSHIPS Exhibitors qualifying more than one horse for the same championship of any specific section or division may elect to show only one.

CANCELLATIONS OF ENTRIES Exhibitors MUST cancel entries in writing prior to closing date of entries, Light Horse Division June 19, 2015. If canceled on or before, June 19, 2015 depending on the division into which the entries are made, the entire fee excluding exhibitor passes, parking passes and a $25.00 processing fee shall be returned to the exhibitor. Refunds are done after the fair inOctober.

(a) The Management reserves to itself the right to refuse, accept conditionally, and to cancel any entries and awards or prizes as prohibited. REFUNDS There will be no refund of either entry or stall fees for any reason after the closing date of entries. EXCEPTION: Death of horse. A signed and dated vet certificate must be presented to the horse show office, prior to the day the first class entered is to be shown. Signature on the entry blank signifies your understanding of this important rule ! ! No refunds issued for amount less than $10.00. Please double-check your addition. Refund checks issued & mailed separately from premium checks.

SCRATCHES All horses that are not going to be shown MUST BE OFFICIALLY SCRATCHED AT THE HORSE SHOW OFFICE PRIOR TO THE CLASS. Any exhibitor who does not officially scratch their entry at the office, paddock or announcer will be accessed a $50.00 fee. And, if not paid, no premium checks will be mailed. Notifications will not be accepted by phone. Official scratch forms must be used to make scratches unless it is due to equipment failure or accident in the warm up ring prior to theclass.

NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE ON SCRATCHED ENTRIES!!! FEES WILL NOT BE TRANSFERED IF YOU SCRATCH A CLASS. Exhibitors must notify the secretary of scratches one (1) hour before the session. A fee of $50.00 will be assessed any exhibitor who fails to properly notify of any scratches Please contact the UPHA office in Lexington, KY for all the information to participate in these classic classes. (859) 231-5070 Each pony or horse that is shown in the UPHA Classics must have been made eligible by payment of an Eligibility Fee of in accordance with the rules of the program. The show schedule notes the times that Classic payments aredue.

UPHA CHALLENGE CUP & EQUITATION CLASSES Beginning in 1999, all junior and adult riders exhibiting in any UPHA Challenge Cup class (17 & under, 14 - 17, 13 & under, 10 & under Walk/Trot, Adult, Breed, etc.) must become a recorded Junior (17 & Under) or an Associate (18 & over) member of the UPHA, Inc. and have an assigned membership number. This number is to be recorded with the exhibitor's name on the entry form. Exhibitors will not receive credit for any qualification until they are a registered member. Membership forms can be obtained by calling the UPHA offices at (859) 231-5070. It is the exhibitor's responsibility to return the form to the UPHA offices in Lexington, KY.

EXHIBITOR PASSES - NO PASSES ARE REQUIRED FOR PRE FAIRDIVISION PARKING PERMITS PRE FAIR EXHIBITORS PURCHASE AT THE GATE NO NEED TO PRE PURCHASE UNLOADING — LOADING RESTRICTIONS Horses must be unloaded in barn area but VANS, TRUCKS AND TRAILERS MUST BE REMOVED FROM AREA IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER. There will be no parking of any vehicles in the barn area and all vehicles must be parked in designated areas. THIS WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED BY THE OHIO STATE HIGHWAY PATROL. If necessary, a tow truck on the grounds will be used to remove any vehicles parked in undesignated areas or left parked longer than the State Highway Patrol deems necessary for loading or unloading.

BEDDING — FIRST BEDDING WILL NOT BE FURNISHED Sawdust and sand are not to be used for bedding, due to the difficulty in contracting for the disposal of manure containing these materials. PREFERRED BEDDING IS STRAW. Wood Shavings is acceptable. PLACE ALL BEDDING BAGS NEXT TO THE REFUGE BARRELS IN THEBARN!! FEED: The Ohio State Fair contracts with a concessionaire for the operation of a feed store on the grounds. Exhibitors may bring their own feed and bedding. All purchases made during the show must be from the feed concession. NO OUTSIDE VENDORS WILL BE PERMITTED TO MAKE DELIVERIES ON THE SHOW GROUNDS.

ATTIRE AND ENTRANCE TO RING ! NOTE THIS RULE WILL BE ENFORCED - BE AWARE ! ! All riders, drivers, headers and handlers must be appropriately dressed and strictly adhere to conditions governing appointment classes. ALL EXHIBITORS

7 AND ATTENDANTS MUST BE NEATLY ATTIRED IN PROPER HORSE SHOW DRESS. PERSONS WHO ARE IN BARN/WORK CLOTHES WILL NOT BE ADMITTED TO THE SHOW RING DURING A PERFORMANCE. ENTRANCE TO THE RING MUST BE THRU A GATE OR DOOR. THESE RULES WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN THE ENTRY BEING EXCUSEDFROM COMPETITION. General Manager of the Ohio Expo Center & State Fair has made the following ruling regarding roping/closing of aisles in The Gilligan Complex during the 2015 Ohio State Fair.

1. All aisles must be open to the general public during non-show hours. 2. Aisles may be closed from 11 PM each night until 6 am each morning. 3. Chairs must not be used to block the aisles 4. Aisles may be closed one hour prior to each session 5. Lights in the horse show barn MUST remain on at all times for securityreasons. WASH RACKS Wash racks are located at various locations throughout the barn. For the purpose of safety, do not wash horses in the aisles of the stabling area, in front of the barn on the mall side or run water hoses to yourstalls.

BOX STALLS & STALL FEES Box Stalls are $55.00 for entries made before the closing. Stalls are permanent 10' x 10' with sliding doors. Any entry specifying unconditional requirements, which cannot be met by management, will be returned to the exhibitor. Stall Fee must be paid on each horse. No Adjustments in trainers stall counts will be made after Tuesday July 16, 2015. The trainer will be responsible for all stalls not on their client’s separate account. TACK STALLS Tack Stall, $70.00 — Due to limited stabling facilities, tack stalls are available only to stables using four horse stalls or more.

(A tack stall is any stall used for any purpose other than stabling a horse.) Absolutely no stalls rented for any purpose other than horses, tack, and feed. Stalls are not to be used for sleeping or cooking! No large appliances may be plugged into the outlets in the barn. All fans must use heavy-duty extension cords – no household extension cords.

STALL DAMAGES There will be NO removal of doors or fronts of tack stalls for decorations. Tack Stall decorations will be limited to hanging curtains on the fronts of the Stalls and application of plastic, tent top or tarp roof. NO NAILS OR STAPLES ARE ALLOWED. The building maintenance supervisor will be checking your stalls before you leave and any damages will be charged to you at that time. Exhibitors are responsible for all damages. Cost per each panel damaged could be between $60.00 and $250.00 ARENA & WORK RING FOOTING Footing in the official work ring and the show arena will be a combination of sand and dirt.

The show arena is 300’X175’. Work ring will be limited in its use. Cooper arena will be available for use to work horses the week of July 17-21 every day & evening. Those participating in the session that is underway shall be the only ones permitted to be in the overhang work ring during show times. A work schedule for the outside arena and the show will be posted and those posted times will be strictly enforced. Anyone violating the posted schedule will be subject to expulsion from the grounds for the duration of the show. SHARPS CONTAINERS Sharps containers are conveniently placed along the center isle of the barn for use of disposal for medical waste accumulating from the treatment of horses housed in the Gilligan Complex.

Management reserves the right to fine any individual for improper disposal of needles or othersharp disposable instruments.

FIRE MARSHAL REGULATION ANY STALL THAT HAS A TOP ON IT MUST HAVE A SMOKE DETECTOR AND A WORKING FIRE EXTINGUISHER. INSPECTIONS WILL BE DONE BY THE FIRE MARSHALL OR APPOINTED REPRESENTATIVE. EXTINGUISHERS AND SMOKE DETECTORS CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE SHOW OFFICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. Electrical equipment used by exhibitors shall be properly shielded, grounded if necessary for safe operation and all electrical cords shall be in good condition without breaks in insulation. All electrical plugs shall have covers to insulate wire of connections from receptacle faces. The State of Ohio Fire Marshals office may inspect at any time all electrical equipment and may impound for the duration of the Fair, any equipment considered unsafe.

NOTE: All electrical cords must be Underwriters’ LaboratoryApproved.

PREMIUM PAYMENTS (IMPORTANT INFORMATION) Terms and Conditions subject to change, including, but not limited topremiums. Any exhibitor who has not received money due them from the Ohio State Fair by October 15, 2015 should notify the Horse Show Office immediately at 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43211 or phone at 614-644-4000. All checks are void ninety (90) days after they are issued. Any checks not cashed or Processed by December 31, 2013 causes automatic forfeit of any premiums won at the 2015 Ohio State Fair. Any disputes about prize monies earned must be made prior to December 31, 2015.

IRSINFORMATION In order to comply with Internal Revenue Service requirements the Ohio Expositions Commission must require a properly completed Vendor Information Form and W9 Form to be submitted with each competitive entry. When completing the forms please be sure to carefully read and follow the instructions for each form. Payment of premiums to the successful competitor will be made according to the information, thus the Vendor Information Form and W9 Form should be completed consistently with how the competitor is registered with the Internal Revenue Service. The Expositions Commission will not make payment of any amount without a properly completed Vendor Information Form and W9 Form.

NO PREMIUM WILL BE MAILED WITHOUT A CURRENT VENDOR INFORMATION FORM AND W9 FORM BEING FILED IN 2015. ALL PREMIUM WILL BE PAID DIRECTLY TO THE OWNER OF THE HORSE/PONY REGARDLESS OF WHO’S CHECK PAYS FOR THE ENTRY FEES, UNLESS THERE IS WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM SAID OWNER FILED IN THE OFFICE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SHOW ON JULY 21,2015.

Total Premium Entry Fee 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th $50 $5.00 $20 $15 $10 $5 R R $75 $7.50 $30 $20 $15 $10 R R $100 $10.00 $40 $30 $20 $10 R R $150 $15.00 $45 $30 $25 $20 $15 $15 $200 $20.00 $60 $45 $35 $25 $20 $15 $250 $25.00 $80 $55 $40 $30 $27 $18 $300 $30.00 $85 $60 $55 $40 $30 $30 $500 $50.00 $150 $115 $85 $60 $50 $40 $750 $75.00 $200 $150 $120 $90 $75 $65 $45 Ribbon $1000 $100.00 $250 $175 $150 $125 $100 $100 $100 Ribbon $2000 $100.00 $700 $400 $250 $175 $135 $125 $115 $100 $2500 $100.00 $800 $500 $400 $300 $150 $150 $100 $100 $3000 $100.00 $900 $600 $400 $300 $300 $300 $100 $100 $3500 $100.00 $1000 $700 $450 $350 $350 $350 $150 $150 (Entry fee will be deducted from premiums in all championships and stakes that are sonoted.) Prepayment of such entry fees that are to be deducted will not be refunded.

Please be careful in filling out entries. Any changes from this printed prize list

8 after processing of entries. You will receive all notification bymail. CONDUCT OF SHOW RING PROCEDURE Exhibitors are hereby notified that entries in all collective classes will be allowed a maximum of two minutes to enter the ring from the time the first horse enters the ring. Official timers will be appointed. IF EXHIBITOR FEELS A CONFLICT COULD OCCUR, CHOOSE EVENT MOST DESIRED. ADMISSION TO ARENA No person shall be permitted to enter the arena, except participants in the class showing, judges, officials and their assistants. Attendants will not be permitted in the arena until summoned by order of judge.

Entry numbers shall be worn on the rider or driver’s back and shall be clearly visible at all times when in competition. The judge may penalize exhibitors without visible back numbers.

BREAKAGE OF EQUIPMENT An exhibitor is entitled to request suspension of judging for a period not to exceed five minutes, in aggregate, in order to repair broken equipment, replace a shoe or rectify a similar accident. The exhibitor must go to the center of the ring for any such emergency, which will constitute a request for time out. Time shall be taken from the moment the exhibitor goes to the center of the ring, except in the event of a horse casting a shoe, time shall start (after weighing has concluded, if applicable) when the Farrier or his assistant touches the shoe or when he enters the ring, which ever comes first.

If a rider or driver is not involved in the “time out” he may make minor adjustments that can be performed with the assistance of one attendant, within that time, and not be charged with a “time out”.

MEASUREMENT OF ENTRIES Beginning December 1, 1982, management shall not permit an animal to be shown in a performance class at this Show in any division or section that requires a Measurement Card unless the owner is in possession of a Measurement Card or Certified Card issued by the USEF bearing the date of 1982 or later or unless he possesses a copy of a valid Measurement Form and, except at a Local Member Show, shall not give out an exhibitor’s number for an animal showing in a division or section that requires a Measurement Card before the above requirements have been complied with. Entries will be measured at the West End of the center core (by the horse show office), in the complex.

Scheduled times will be posted. Please bring credentials with you when beingmeasured.

CREDENTIALS PARTICIPANTS NOT SENDING COPIES OF ALL MEMBERSHIP CREDENTIALS AND REGISTRATION PAPERS WITH ENTRIES WILL HAVE THEIR ENTRIES DELAYED UNTIL THE CREDENTIALS ARE SUBMITTED. THIS MAY MAKE THE ENTRIES LATE AND A LATE FEE WILL BE CHARGED. All entrants must have the proper association memberships to participate, ASHA, AHHS, AMHR/ASPCR. Please send a copy along with your entries. If you do not show your card when your back numbers are picked up, you will either need to pay $5.00 and sign a membership affidavit or pay the full membership fee. Neither will be refunded. You will need the card (s) when you come to the horse show office.

If you sign an affidavit and you are not a member, you will be fined $100.00. Cards are needed for: TRAINER, DRIVER, HANDLER, OWNER, RIDER, AGENT, LESSEE. All exhibitors in the Pony, Hackney/Harness, Roadster, and Shetland sections must present their measurement cards at the office before numbers will be released. All ponies that do not have a current measurement card will be measured at a time and place to be announced. All exhibitors are requested to bring their ponies for measuring at the scheduled hour closest to arrival on thegrounds.

FEET MEASUREMENT Where the length of the toe is a requirement, the management reserves the right to measure feet, before any protests are filed. EXERCISE AND SCHOOLING HOURS Schedule of exercise and schooling hours will be announced. Schooling is allowed 30 minutes after the end of the evening session until 5:30 am. Schooling in the main show arena will not be permitted between sessions of the show. Any one violating this schedule will be asked to leave the grounds. NO LUNGING IN THE MAIN SHOW ARENA AT ANYTIME. NO LUNGING IN THE SCHOOLING AREA DURING SHOW PERFORMANCES.

ATTIRE It is the tradition of the show ring that riders and drivers be correctly attired for the class in question, that attendants be neatly dressed and horses be properly presented.

Riders in all classes where jumping is required must wear protective headgear except in Trail and Dressage Classes. A Show Committee may in its discretion, bar any entry or person from entering the ring if not suitably presented to appear before an audience. They must bar riders without protective headgear from classes in which it is required. All juniors riding in Hunter Seat Equitation Classes wear protective headgear passing testing standards while riding in the designatedareas.

QUESTIONS OR DISPUTES This Show, through its Horse Show Management, reserves the right to itself to interpret all questions and conditions in regard to, or arising out of, or incident to, the Show, without claim for damages or recourse of any kind. No dispute will be discussed while the Show is in session. No exhibitor shall approach a Judge or Official Veterinarian with regard to a decision unless he first obtains permission from the Show Manager or Steward who shall arrange an appointment with the Judge or Veterinarian at a proper time and place. Under no circumstances while any session of this show is in progress will such a meeting occur.

PROTESTS Protest must be in writing, signed and addressed to the Secretary of the Show and accompanied by a deposit of $200.00. A member of the Show Committee, the Show Manager, or the Show Secretary must receive it within 48 hours of the alleged violation. If the protest is sustained the deposit shall be returned, if not sustained the deposit shall be forfeited to the Ohio State Fair Horse Show. In case the protest is sustained, the entries standing next in award will be moved up accordingly. DRUGS AND MEDICATIONS (a) A trainer is defined as “Any adult or adults who has the responsibility for the care, training, custody or performance of a horse.” Said person must sign the entry blank of any recognized show whether said person be an owner, rider, agent or coach, as well as trainer.

Where a minor exhibitor has no trainer, a parent or guardian must sign and assume responsibility of trainer. The name of the trainer must be designated as such on the entry blank. It shall be the responsibility of show management to see that entry blanks contain all the requiredinformation.

(b) Clarification: A horse exhibiting at a this horse show that receives any medication which contains a forbidden substance shall not be eligible for competition unless the following requirements have been met and the facts requested are furnished in writing. Criteria: 1) medication form is filled out 2) the horse or pony being is withdrawn from competition for 24 hours after receiving the medication. Medication forms will be in the show office. VETERINARY EXAMINATIONS An official Veterinarian will be designated to make official inspections and rulings in all cases where the opinion of a veterinarian is required.

The Horse Show Veterinarian can be reached 1 hour prior to and throughout each session at the Horse Show Office. Signing the entry blank will acknowledge your participation in the drug testing to be done at the Ohio State Fair Horse Show under the direction of our official horse show veterinarian. Any charges incurred while on the Ohio State Fairgrounds for veterinarian services must be paid to the veterinarian. Anyone leaving the grounds without paying their accounts in negotiable funds will have their premium checks withheld until payment is made. Anyone who does not pay in full from previous years will not be in good standing with the show management and will have entries returned as unacceptable.

DIVISION CANCELLATION OR COMBINATION OF CLASSES (a) Should the number of entries warrant, classes would be divided by age of Junior Exhibitors or sex and heights of horses. BE SURE TO FURNISH NECESSARY INFORMATION ON ENTRY BLANK. Where divided, duplicate awards will be made (b) Should the best interest of the show require it, the Horse Show Committee reserves the right to cancel any class where there are less than four

9 entries. Those who have entered the classes that are to be canceled, combined or divided will be notified bymail. (c) Management reserves the right to move any classes to outside rings when it is deemed beneficial to the operation of the show.

OFFICIAL FARRIERS The official Farriers are the only ones that are to be on the grounds during the Light horse Division show. Any others found to be working on the grounds without express permission of the horse show management may result in the exhibitor involved being asked to leave the grounds. Permission for any other Farrier to work on the grounds must be granted prior to their arrival on the grounds. Any charges incurred while on the Ohio State Fairgrounds for Farrier services must be paid to the Farrier. Anyone leaving the grounds without paying their accounts in negotiable funds will have their premium checks withheld until payment is made.

Anyone who does not pay in full from previous years will not be in good standing with the show management and will have entries returned as unacceptable.

HORSE SHOW OFFICE INFORMATION The Show Office may be reached by calling (614) 644-4035. Fax 614-644-4003. This is a seasonal office and is staffed full-time June 15th through September 15th. During the Ohio State Fair the office will close one hour prior to the start of each session and reopen 1/2 hour after session has begun. Check the show office for hours of operation. Hours During The Show - the office hours will be 7 am to 8 PM daily closing for 1 hour prior to the start of the afternoon & evening session to prepare for that session & reopening 30 minutes after the session starts. Email communications will be accepted at the following email address.

allhorseshows@earthlink.net Judy’s email address. Please be patient and do not send “jokes, chain letters, etc. as we have a limited staff and we want to address legitimate questions and concerns of the exhibitors. Thank You. PONY MEASUREMENT TIMES Shetland Futurity ponies and American Miniature Horses The Official Shetland Steward will measure Tuesday. Times will be posted at the horse showoffice.

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10 American Saddlebred Division 3 Gaited, Fine Harness, 3 Gaited Country Pleasure, Park Horse, Saddle Type Western 5 Gaited, Park Pleasure, Show Pleasure, Country Western & Hunt Seat & Parade, Saddle Seat Equitation This applies to the Five Gaited, 3 Gaited, Fine Harness, Park Horse, & Park Pleasure Classes. Open, Junior Horse, 2 & 3 Year Old. Maiden, Limit & Novice Classes To be judged: performance, presence, quality, manners & conformation. Ladies Class to be judged: manners, quality, presence, performance & conformation. Amateur & Junior Exhibitor Classes: To be judged: Manners, performance, presence, quality & conformation.

Grand Championship: To be judged 75% performance, presence, quality & manners, 25% on total conformation. The Open/Ohio Owned Stakes : If you are eligible to compete as both Ohio Owned & Open entry if you pay both entry fees you will be eligible for premiums for both classes. If the 1st place horse is not eligible for the Ohio Owned premiums the first horse that places that is Ohio Owned gets the Ohio Owned 1st place premium. Any questions please ask at the office. American Saddlebred 3 Gaited Section The 3 Gaited Saddlebred should be the epitome of beauty, brilliance, elegance, refinement and expression.

Its gaits are collected and its energy directed toward animation and precision. It is shown with a roached mane & tail. 2 Year olds may show with a full mane & tail. To be shown at an animated walk, park, trot and canter both ways of the ring.

CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 267 $150 ASB 3 GAITED NOVICE HORSES To be judged: performance, presence, quality, manners &conformation. $15 Wed 1 PM 303 $300/$300 ASB 3 GAITED OPEN / OHIO-OWNEDSTAKE To be judged: performance, presence, quality, manners &conformation. $30 Wed 6 PM 403 $150 ASB 3 GAITED JUNIOR HORSE 4 & UNDER $15 Fri 11 AM 455 $3,000 ASB 3 GAITED GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible, horses must have been entered, shown & judged in any other class in this section. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in class 303 MUST show back or forfeit their winnings. Entry fee of $100 will be deducted from ribbon winners and need not be paidin advance.

All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering notlater than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to beshown.

To be judged 75% performance, presence, quality & manners, 25% on total conformation. $100 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon) 355 $200 ASB 3 GAITED JUNIOR EXHIBITOR 17 & UNDER To be judged: Manners, performance, presence, quality &conformation. $20 Thu 7 PM 474 $300 ASB 3 GAITED JR EXHIBITOR CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible, horses must have been entered, shown & judged in class 383.Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in class 351 MUST show back or forfeit theirwinnings. $30 Sat 6 PM 360 $200 ASB 3 GAITED ADULT AMATEUR To be judged: Manners, performance, presence, quality &conformation. $20 Thu 7 PM 468 $1000 3 GAITED AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible for this championship; horses must have been entered, shown and judged in class 360.

Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in this class must show back or forfeit their winnings. All others who have qualified may show in this championshipby entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is tobe shown. Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry intothe championship even if you are forced back.

$100 Deducted Sat 6 PM 369 $150 LADIES 3 GAITED If Shown by an amateur Lady qualifies for class 468 $15 Thu 7 PM ;3 PM American Saddlebred Five Gaited Section The 5 Gaited Horse should possess beauty, brilliance, elegance and refinement but its energy should be directed toward speed in an animated form. To be shown with a full mane and tail at an animated walk, trot, slow gait, rack & canter both ways of the ring. CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 352 $150 ASB 5 GAITED NOVICE HORSES To be judged: performance, presence, quality, manners &conformation. $15 Thu Noon 381 $500 ASB 5 GAITED OPEN /OHIO OWNEDSTAKE To be judged: performance, presence, quality, manners &conformation.

$50 Thu 7 PM 374 $300 ASB 5 GAITED MARE OR GELDING RIDDEN BY ALADY To be judged: manners, quality, presence, performance &conformation. $30 Thu 7 PM 391 $150 ASB 5 GAITED JUNIOR HORSE 4 & UNDER $15 Fri 11 AM 479 $3,500 ASB 5 GAITED GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible, horses must have been entered, shown & judged in any other class inthis section. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in class 381 MUST show back or forfeittheir winnings. Entry fee of $100 will be deducted from ribbon winners and need not be paidin advance. All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering notlater than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to beshown.

To be judged 75% performance, presence, quality & manners, 25% on total conformation. $100 Deducted Sat 6 PM 366 $200 ASB 5 GAITED JUNIOR EXHIBITOR 17 & Under To be judged: Manners, performance, presence, quality &conformation. $20 Thu 7 PM

11 444 $300 ASB 5 GAITED JR EXHIBITOR CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible, horses must have been entered, shown & judged in class 399 Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in class 366 MUST show back or forfeit their winnings. $30 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon) 313 $300 ASB 5 GAITED MARES, STALLIONS & GELDINGS ADULT AMATEUR To be judged: Manners, performance, presence, quality &conformation. $30 Thu 6:30 PM 459 $1000 ASB 5 GAITED Amateur Championship To be eligible for this Championship horses must have been entered, judged and shown in class(s) 313 OR CLASS 374 if ridden by an amateur lady. Horses placing 1st , 2nd, 3rd &4th in 370 MUST show back forfeit their winnings.

All others who have qualified may showin this championship by entering not later than one hour before the start of the sessionin which this class is to be shown. Entry fee $100 will be deducted from the winners butyou must declare your entry into the championship even if you are forcedback. $100 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon) American Saddlebred Fine Harness The Fine Harness horse should possess all of the elegance and refinement of the ideal American Saddlebred and its energy should be directed toward animation rather than speed. To be shown with a full mane & tail to an appropriate vehicle with light harness with blinkers, snaffle bit and overcheck are required.

To enter the ring at a park trot. To be shown at an animated walk, park trot and “show your horse” (except in Ladies, Junior Exhibitor, Amateur or Amateur Owner Classes “Show your horse “ will not be called for. Horses should stand quietly in the lineup, but may not be required to back. Headers may stand the horses up on their feet, but must remain 2 paces from the head when entry is being judged. Attendant may stand just inside the gait during Ladies, Junior Exhibitor, Amateur or Amateur Owner classes, but must take no action that will affect the performance of any horse. CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 293 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED FINE HARNESS OPEN STAKE /OHIOOWNED To be judged: performance, presence, quality, manners &conformation.

$50 Wed 7 PM 353 $200 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED FINE HARNESS MARE OR GELDING DRIVEN BY ALADY To be judged: manners, quality, presence, performance &conformation. $20 Thu 7 PM 395 $150 ASB FINE HARNESS JUNIOR HORSE 4 & UNDER $15 Fri 11 AM 470 $3,500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED FINE HARNESS GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown and judged in any other class inthis division. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in class 293 must show in this championship or forfeit their winnings. Entry fee $100.00 will be deducted from ribbon winners and need not be paidin advance. All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not laterthan one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown.

$100 Deducted Sat 5 PM 440 $300 WALTER D. MURPHY MEMORIAL ASB FINE HARNESS 2 YEAR OLD STAKE Walter D Murphy Memorial Trophy Donated By Family & Friends To BePresented. $30 Sat 12 PM (Noon) 423 $300 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED FINE HARNESS 3 YEAR OLDSTAKE $30 Fri 7 PM 420 $750 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED FINE HARNESS AMATEUR STAKE This is a stake that horses need not qualify for to enter. Entry fee $75 will be deducted from the winners but you must declare your entry into the championship even if you are forced back.

$75 Deducted Fri 6 PM American Saddlebred Park Pleasure Horse Section American Saddlebred Park Pleasure Three Gaited Under Saddle Horses shown in this section are not eligible for Saddlebred Performance or Pleasure sections at the same show, except they may show in In-Hand or Model Classes: To be shown at a flat walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. They must stand quietly and back readily. To be judged 75% manners, performance, presence and quality; 25% total conformation. CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 300 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE UNDER SADDLE OPEN To be judged: performance, presence, quality, manners &conformation.

$25 Wed 7 PM 367 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE UNDER SADDLE JUNIOR HORSE 4 & UNDER $15 Thu 7 PM 432 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE UNDER SADDLECHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown & judged in class 300 & 367.Entries placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in class 297 MUST show back or forfeit their winnings. All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown. Entry fee $50 will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forced back.

$50 Deducted Fri 6 PM 400 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE UNDER SADDLEAMATEUR To be judged: Manners, performance, presence, quality &conformation. $25 Fri 11 AM 450 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE UNDER SADDLE AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP Entries must have been entered, shown & judged in class 400 to be eligible for thisclass. Entries placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th MUST show back or forfeit their earnings. All otherswho have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hour beforethe start of the session in which this class is to be shown. Entry fee will be deducted fromthe winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forced back.

$50 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon)

12 American Saddlebred0 Park Pleasure Driving Open to mares & geldings shown to a two-wheeled jog cart with driver only. Light harness with blinkers, snaffle and separate overcheck is required. Horses are to stand quietly and back readily in the line up. To be judged: 75% manners, performance, presence and quality; 25% on total conformation. CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 329 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE DRIVING JUNIORHORSE Light harness with blinkers, snaffle and separate overcheck is required.

Horses are tostand quietly and back readily in the line up. To be judged: 75% on manners, performance, presence and quality; 25% on total conformation.

$15 Thu Noon 350 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE DRIVING, OPEN Light harness with blinkers, snaffle and separate overcheck is required. Horses are to stand quietly and back readily in the line up. To be judged 75% manners, performance, presence and quality; 25% on total conformation $25 Thu Noon 466 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE DRIVING CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible must have been entered, shown & judged in classes 329 or 350. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in class 346 MUST show back or forfeit their winnings All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown.

Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forcedback. $50 Deducted Sat 6 PM 364 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE DRIVING AMATEUR Light harness with blinkers, snaffle and separate overcheck is required. Horses are to stand quietly and back readily in the line up. To be judged 75% manners, performance, presence and quality; 25% on total conformation $25 Thu 7 PM 445 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED PARK PLEASURE DRIVING AMATEURCHAMPIONSHIP Horses entered, shown & judged in class 364 are eligible. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd or4th in class 360 MUST show back or forfeit their winnings All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown.

Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but youmust declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forcedback. $50 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon) American Saddlebred Park Horse Section Horses shown in any class of this section are ineligible to show in the Saddlebred performance division or the Saddlebred pleasure division at the same show, except they may show in In-hand Or model classes To be shown at an animated or flat walk, trot and canter. Horses to stand quietly. To be judged on performance, manners, presence quality & conformation. Horses can have natural tail sets. The American Saddlebred Park horse should be stylish with finish and quality and be well mannered.

Horses shown in this section are not eligible for any other performance or pleasure section in the American Saddlebred Division.

American Saddlebred 3 Gaited Park, Full Mane & Tail CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 271 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED PARK FULL MANE & TAIL, OPEN $25 Wed 1 PM 436 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED PARK FULL MANE & TAIL CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown & judged in class 5. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in class 271 MUST shown back or forfeit their winnings. All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown. Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forcedback $50 Deducted Fri 7 PM 372 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED PARK, FULL MANE & TAIL AMATEUR $25 Thu 6PM 408 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED PARK, FULL MANE & TAIL, JUNIOR EXHIBITOR $25 Fri 11 AM 453 $300 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED PARK, FULL MANE & TAIL AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown & judged in class 372 & 408.

Horsesplacing 1st , 2nd , 3rd , & 4th must show back or forfeit their winnings. All those who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hour before the start of the sessionin which this class is to be shown. Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but youmustdeclare your entry into the championship, even if you are forcedback. $30 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon) American Saddlebred Pleasure Horse Section The Pleasure horse should be a typical Saddlebred with quality, style, presence and suitable conformation; prompt, comfortable gaits, giving the distinct impression it is an agreeable mount to ride.

Easy ground covering action is desirable. Manners and suitability as a Pleasure horse are paramount. Special emphasis is placed on a true, flat walk. Transitions from one gait to another should be smooth and effortless. American Saddlebred Show Pleasure Driving To be shown to a two-wheeled jog cart with driver only at a flat walk, trot and extended trot, extreme speed to be penalized. Light harness with snaffle and separate overcheck bit is required. To stand quietly and back readily in the lineup. One attendant without whip is permitted to head each horse during the lineup. The header may stand the entry on its feet and then MUST STAND THREE PACES BACK FROM THE HORSE: only allowed to touch the horse for safety purposes.

To be judged 75% manners, performance, presence and quality; 25% total conformation.

13 CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 376 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED SHOW PLEASURE DRIVING $25 Fri 1 PM 472 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED SHOW PLEASURE DRIVINGCHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible for this class horses must have been entered, judged and shown in class 376.1st , 2nd, 3rd & 4th place winner must show back or forfeit their winnings. All others whohave qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown. Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forcedback.

$50 Deducted Sat 5 PM American Saddlebred 5 Gaited Show Pleasure To be shown at a flat walk, trot, slow gait, rack and canter both ways of the ring. To stand quietly & back readily in the line up. To be judged 75% on manners, performance, presence and quality; 25% on totalconformation CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 378 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED FIVE GAITED SHOW PLEASURE ADULT AMATEUR $25 Thu 7 PM 429 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED FIVE GAITED SHOW PLEASURE JUNIOR EXHIITOR 17 &UNDER $25 Fri 7PM 477 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED FIVE GAITED SHOW PLEASURECHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible for this championship horse must have been entered, shown & judged inclass 378 & 429 .

Winners of 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th MUST show back or forfeit their winnings. All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hourbefore the start of the session in which this class is to be shown. Entry fee will be deducted fromthe winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forcedback.

$50 Deducted Sat 6 PM American Saddlebred Three Gaited English Show Pleasure To be shown at a flat walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. To stand quietly and back readily in the line up. To be judged 75% on manners, performance, presence and quality, 25% on totalconformation. CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 352 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED SHOW PLEASURE, NOVICE HORSE Has not won 3 blue ribbons as a show pleasure horse undersaddle $15 Thu 6:30 PM 424 $500 OHIO OWNED AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED SHOW PLEASURESTAKE Horses entered in this class must be owned by an Ohio resident for 30 days prior to this show.

$50 Fri 6 PM 307 $200 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED SHOW PLEASURE. ADULTAMATEUR $20 Wed 7 PM 409 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED SHOW PLEASURE, AOTR Horses may not have been in training after January 1st of the current year and must be shown by the owner (an adult or junior exhibitor), or member of saidfamily. $15 Fri 9 AM 452 $750 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED SHOW PLEASURE HORSE ADULT AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown and judged class 352, 424, 409 OR 307 if shown by an adult. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in Class 307 must show in this championship or forfeit their winnings.

All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in whichthis class is to be shown. Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declareyour entry into the championship, even if you are forced back.

$50 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon) 370 $200 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED SHOW PLEASURE JUNIOR Exhibitor 14-17Years To be shown by a junior over 13 and under 18 years of age. $20 Thu 7 PM 398 $200 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 SHOW PLEASURE JUNIOR EXHIBITOR 13 &UNDER To be shown by a junior exhibitor who has not reached their 14thbirthday $20 Fri 11 AM 447 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED SHOW PLEASURE JUNIOR EXHIBITOR CHAMPIONSHIP Horses entered, shown & judged in classes 352,424,409,370 or 398 or any other classes in this sectionif shown by a junior exhibitor are eligible to show in this championship.

Winners of 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in classes 370 or 398 MUST show back or forfeit their winnings. All others whohave qualified may show in this championship by entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown. Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forcedback.

$50 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon) 339 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3GAITED SHOW PLEASURE, NOVICERIDER $15 Thu Noon 442 $200 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED3 GAITED SHOW PLEASURE NOVICE RIDERCHAMPIONSHIP Entry fee deducted from winners. Winners of 1st , 2nd, 3rd &4th in class 339 MUST show back or forfeit their earnings. $20 Sat 12 PM (Noon) American Saddlebred Country Pleasure Section The Pleasure horse should be a typical Saddlebred with quality, style, presence and suitable conformation and prompt, comfortable gaits; giving the distinct impression it is an agreeable mount to ride. Easy ground covering action is desirable.

Manners and suitability as a Pleasure horse are paramount. Special emphasis is placed on a true, flat walk. Transitions from one gait to another should be smooth and effortless. American Saddlebred Country Pleasure Driving To be shown to a suitable two-wheeled vehicle with appropriate harness. To be shown at a flat walk, trot and extended trot, speed to be penalized. Entries must be asked to halt and stand on the rail both ways of the ring. Entries must stand quietly and back readily in the line up. One attendant without whip is

14 permitted to head each horse during the line up. The header may stand the entry on its feet. Then MUST STAND THREE PACES BACK FROM THE HORSE AND ONLY ALLOWED TO TOUCH THE HORSE FOR SAFETY PURPOSES. CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 393 $250 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED COUNTRY PLEASURE DRIVING. $25 Fri 11 AM 458 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED COUNTRY PLEASURE DRIVINGCHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible for this Championship, horses must have been entered shown and judgedin class 393. All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering notlater than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown.

Entry feewill be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forced back.

$50 Sat 12 PM (Noon) American Saddlebred 3 Gaited Country English Pleasure Section To be shown at a flat walk, trot extended trot and canter under saddle seat equipment and appropriate dress. Entries must be asked to halt and stand quietly on the rail both ways of the ring. To be judged: 75% on manners, performance, presence and quality; 25% on total conformation. CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 274 $200 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED COUNTRY PLEASURE 3-GAITED ENGLISHEQUIPMENT, ADULT $20 Wed 1 PM 333 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3 GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE, AOTR Horses must not be in training as of January 1st of the year showing, with the owner (an adult or junior), exhibitor or member of said person’s family.

$15 Thu 7 PM 475 $750 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE ENGLISHEQUIPMENT CHAMPIONSHIP ADULT RIDER To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown and judged in any other class inthis section. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in class 274 must show in this championshipor forfeit their winnings. All others who have qualified by showing in classes 274,333, 329 or 406 if shown by an adult amateur may show in this championship by entering not later than onehour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown. Entry fee will bededucted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forced back.

$50 Deducted Sat 6 PM 379 $200 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE ENGLISHEQUIPMENT JUNIOR EXHIBITOR 14-17 YEARS & UNDER $20 Thu 7 PM 343 $200 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE ENGLISHEQUIPMENT JUNIOR EXHIBITOR 13 & UNDER for riders who haven't reached their 14th birthday $20 Thu Noon 464 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE JUNIOREXHIBITOR CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown and judged in class 333, 415,411,379, or 343 if shown by a junior exhibitor. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in 339 & 375 MUST show back orforfeit their winnings.

All others who have qualified may show in this championship by enteringnot later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown. Entryfee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forced back.

$50 Sat 6 PM 396 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE, NOVICERIDER For riders who have not won 6 blue ribbons in the ASB division. English Equipment. $15 Fri 11 AM 449 $200 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE NOVICERIDER CHAMPIONSHIP Winners of 1st , 2nd , 3rd , & 4th in class 396 MUST show back or forfeit their earnings. Entry fee will be deducted from the winners. $20 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon) 411 $500 OHIO OWNED AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3-GAITED COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE 3- GAITED STAKE Horses entered in this class must be owned by an Ohio resident for 30 days prior to this show.

$50 Fri 9 AM 415 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED 3-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE ENGLISHEQUIPMENT, NOVICE Horse For horses that have not won 3 blue ribbons in the ASB Country pleasuresection. $15 Fri 11 AM American Saddlebred Country Western Pleasure To be shown at a flat walk, jog trot and lope on a reasonably loose rein with undue restraint (ridden with one hand on the reins, refer to Western Rule, article 3902) both ways of the ring. Entries must be asked to halt and stand quietly on the rail both ways of the ring. They must stand quietly & back in the line up. To be judged: 75% on manners, performance, presence and quality; 25% on total conformation.

CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 295 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED COUNTRY WESTERNPLEASURE. $15 Wed 7 PM 325 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED COUNTRY WESTERN PLEASURE NOVICE HORSE. $15 Thu Noon 347 $150 SADDLE & BRIDLE’S AMERICAN SADDLEBRED SHATNER COUNTRYWESTERN PLEASURE CLASS Horses who have this class between September 1,2014 and the day this class runs atthe Ohio State Fair Horse Show are not eligible. If an entry wins this class after the closingdate of the show the entry fee will be refunded with proof of win. $15 Thu Noon 427 $500 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED COUNTRY WESTERN PLEASURECHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown and judged in class 295,325, or 347 Winners of 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in class 295 MUST show back or forfeit their winnings.All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later thanone hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown.

Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, evenif you are forced back. $50 Deducted Fri 6 PM

15 American Saddlebred Country Hunt Seat Pleasure To be shown at a flat walk, trot, extended trot, canter, and hand gallop both ways of the ring. Horses are required to stop and back on the rail. Judges may ask eight horses at a time to hand gallop collectively one-way of the ring. To be judged on manners, performance, suitability as a Hunter, quality and conformation. In the line, horses must stand quietly on all fours, perpendicular. Horses SHALL be required to back readily in the line. CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 335 $150 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED COUNTRY PLEASURE, HUNT $15 Thu Noon 371 $150 SADDLE & BRIDLE’S AMERICAN SADDLEBRED COUNTRY PLEASURE HUNT SEAT CLASSIC.

$15 Thu 7 PM 418 $300 AMERICAN SADDLEBRED COUNTRY PLEASURE HUNT SEAT CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible must have been entered, shown & judged in either class 335 or 371. Winners of 1st , 2nd , 3rd & 4th in class 335 MUST show back or forfeit their winnings. All others who have qualified may show in this championship by entering not later thanone hour before the start of the session in which this class is to be shown. Entry fee willbe deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forced back.

$30 Deducted Fri 11 AM ASB In Hand Division CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 314 $100 ASB In Hand Open $10 Thu 9 AM 315 $100 ASB Show Pleasure Mare/Gelding In Hand $10 Thu 9 AM 316 $100 ASB Country Pleasure Mare/Gelding In Hand $10 Thu 9 AM 317 $0 ASB IN Hand Best Of Breed $0 Thu 9 AM Parade Horse Division & Saddle Type Western Equipment Horses over 14.2 hands, to be shown under stock saddle with silver, Mexican or other appropriate equipment.

Riders to wear attire which is both colorful and typical of the Old West, Of American Mexican or Spanish origin, consisting of fancy cowboy suit, hat & boots. Spurs, guns, serapes, etc. are optional. To be shown at an animated walk and Parade gait not to exceed 5 M.P.H. .To halt and stand quietly on the rail at both gaits. To be judged on performance, manners & conformation 75%: appointments25%.

CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 419 $150 PARADE HORSE, OPEN $15 Fri 6 PM 462 $200 PARADE HORSE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown and judged in any other class inthis division. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in classes 419 must show in this championship or forfeit their winnings. All others who have qualified may show in this championshipby entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is tobe shown. Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forced back $20 Deducted Sat 6 PM Saddle Type Horses Western Equipment To be shown with stock saddle, plain or silver, Mexican or other appropriate equipment.

Curb chins optional. Rider's attire shall be Western clothing and boots or colorful Parade clothes.

CLASS # Premium Description Entry Fee Day/Session 394 $150 SADDLE TYPE HORSE WESTERN EQUIPMENT, OPEN $15 Fri 11 AM 441 $200 SADDLE TYPE HORSE WESTERN EQUIPMENT, WORLDCHAMPIONSHIP To be eligible horses must have been entered, shown and judged in any other class inthis division. Horses placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th in classes 394 must show in this championship or forfeit their winnings. All others who have qualified may show in this championshipby entering not later than one hour before the start of the session in which this class is tobe shown. Entry fee will be deducted from the winners, but you must declare your entry into the championship, even if you are forced back $20 Deducted Sat 12 PM (Noon) Equitation Division in all Equitation events, the name, date of birth and address of the Rider must be set forth in the entry blank.

The full description of the horse must be given. All equitation classes will be judged Contestants to be judged at walk trot and canter. Individual workouts at the direction of the judges. Formal riding habits are not to be worn before 6:00 P.M.

CLASS # Description Entry Fee Day/Session 269 ASB Pleasure Saddle Seat Equitation for riders showing American Saddlebred horses may not cross enter in class17 $10 Wed 1 PM 292 Saddle Seat Equitation Rider 17 & Under May not cross enter in class 265 $10 Wed 7 PM 331 UPHA CHALLENGE EQUITATION CLASS FOR RIDERS 17 &UNDER $15 Thu Noon 461 SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIP Open to any rider who has entered, shown and been judged in any saddle seat equitation classheld prior to this class that requires the riders to canter. A work out of the top contestants is required Tests l- 16. Trophy & 8 Ribbons $15 Sat 5 PM

16 Walk-Trot Saddle Seat Equitation CLASS # Description Entry Fee Day/Session 280 WALK-TROT SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION Open to riders 10 years of age and under riding trimmed horses. To be judged on the rail at the walk and trot only. Rider may not have been judged in a class that required a canter. 8Ribbons $10 Wed 1 PM 348 UPHA WALK-TROT EQUITATION. 10 years of age & under Open to riders’ 10 years of age and under. To be on the rail at the walk and trot only. Rider may not have been judged in a class that required a canter. No required test All ribbon winners qualify for the finals. UPHA Trophy and 8 Ribbons $15 Thu 1 PM 390 WALK-TROT SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIP Open to riders who have been entered, shown & judged in classes 280 or 348 Trophy & 8 Ribbons $15 Fri 11 AM

Light Horse Show Schedule July 21-25, 2015 Tuesday July 21, 2015 Morning Session – 8:30 AM North Side of Coliseum 1 Area 2 & World Champion Futurity Modern Weanling Stallion/Gelding 43” & Under 2 Area 2 Futurity Modern Pleasure Weanling Stallion/Gelding 43” & Under 3 Area 2 & World Champion Futurity Modern Yearling Stallion/Gelding 43” & Under 4 Area 2 Futurity Modern Yearling Pleasure S/G 43” & Under 5 Area 2 & World Champion Futurity Modern 2 Yr. Old S/G 44.5” & Under 6 Area 2 Futurity 2 Year Old Pleasure S/G 44.5” & Under 7 Modern Shetland Stallion Model 2 & Over 8 Modern Shetland Stallion 3 Year Old and Older Over 43” – 46” 9 Modern Shetland Stallion 3 Year Old and Older 43” & Under 10 Modern Shetland Stallion 2 Year Old over 42” – 44.5” 11 Modern Shetland Stallion 2 Year Old 42” & Under 12 Modern Shetland Stallion Yearling Over 41” – 43” 13 Modern Shetland Stallion Yearling 41” & Under 14 Modern Shetland Stallion Foal of Current Year 15 World Champ & Res.

Sr. Modern Shetland Stallion Over 43-46” 16 World Champ & Res. Senior Modern Shetland Stallion 43” & Under 17 World Champ & Res. Junior Modern Shetland Stallion 41” – 44.5” 18 World Champ & Res. Junior Modern Shetland Stallion 42” & Under 19 World Grand Champ & Res. Modern Shetland Stallion Over 43” – 46” 20 World Grand Champ & Res. Modern Shetland Stallion 43” & Under 21 Modern Shetland Stallion, 46” & Under Amateur Owner to Handle 22 Modern Shetland Pleasure Stallion 3 Yr. & Older 46” & Under 23 Modern Shetland Pleasure Stallion 2 Yr. Old 44.5” & Under 24 Modern Shetland Pleasure Stallion Yearling 43” & Under 25 Modern Shetland Pleasure Stallion Foal Of This Year 26 World Champ & Res.

Modern Shetland Pleasure Senior Stallion 46” & Under 27 World Champ & Res. Modern Shetland Pleasure Junior Stallion 28 World Grand Champion & Reserve Modern Shetland Pleasure Stallion 29 Modern Shetland Model Gelding 2 & Older 46” & Under 30 Modern Shetland Gelding, 3 & over 46” and Under 31 Modern Shetland Gelding 2 & Under 46” & under 32 Modern Shetland Gelding Any Age 46 & Under AOTH 33 Modern Shetland Gelding Youth 46” & Under 34 World Grand Champion & Reserve Modern Shetland Gelding 35 Model Modern Shetland Pl. Gelding 2 & Older 46” & Under 36 Modern Shetland Pleasure Gelding 3 Yr. Old & Older 37 Modern Shetland Pleasure Gelding 2 Yrs & Under 38 Modern Shetland Pleasure Gelding Yearling 43” & Under 39 World Champion & Reserve champion Modern Shetland Pleasure Junior Gelding 40 World Champion & Reserve Modern Shetland Pleasure Senior Gelding 41 Modern Shetland Youth Gelding Any Age 46” & under 42 Modern Shetland Pleasure Gelding AOTH 43 World Grand Champion Shetland Modern Pleasure Gelding 44 ASPR Youth Showmanship 12 & under 45 ASPR Youth Showmanship 13- 17 Years 46 ASPR Youth Halter, Mare/Gelding 47 ASPR Mare 3 & Older 46” & Under 48 ASPR Mare 2 & Under 46” & under 49 World Grand Champion and Reserve ASPR Mare Champion 50 ASPR Stallions 3 & Over 46” & Under 51 ASPR Stallions 2 & Under 46” & Under 52 World Grand Champion & Reserve Champion ASPR Stallion 53 ASPR Gelding 3 & Older 46” & under 54 ASPR Gelding 2 & Under 46” & under 55 World Champion & Reserve Champion ASPR Gelding 56 Classic Shetland Model Stallions 2 & older 46” & Under 57 Classic Shetland Stallions 3 & older 46” & Under 58 Classic Shetland 2 Year Old Stallion 44.5” & under 59 Classic Shetland Yearling Stallion 43” & Under 60 Classic Shetland.

Stallion Foals of Current Year 38”& Under 61 World Champion& Reserve Classic Shetland Junior Stallion 62 Classic Shetland Stallion Owned, Bred & Shown By Exhibitor 63 Champion& Reserve Classic Shetland Senior Stallion

64 World Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Stallion Classic Shetland 65 Classic Shetland Senior Gelding 3 & Older 46” & Under 66 Classic Shetland Gelding 2 Year Olds 44.5 & under 67 Classic Shetland Gelding Yearling 43” & Under 68 Classic Shetland Weanling Gelding 69 Classic Shetland Gelding, Owned, Bred & Shown by Exhibitor 46” & Under 70 World Champion& Reserve Champion Classic Shetland Gelding Junior 71 World Champion& Reserve Champion Classic Shetland Gelding Senior 72 World Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Classic Shetland Gelding 73 Classic Shetland Model Mares 2 & Older 46” & Under 74 Classic Shetland Mares 3 & Older 46” & Under 75 Classic Shetland Broodmare 3 &Older (Wet) 46” & Under 76 Classic Shetland Filly Foal of Current Year 38” & Under 77 Classic Shetland Yearling Fillies 43” & under 78 Classic Shetland 2 Year Old Mares 44.5” & under 79 Classic Shetland Mare AOTH 46” & Under 80 World Champion & Reserve Champion Classic Shetland Jr.

Mare 81 Champion & Reserve Champion Classic Shetland Senior Mare 82 Classic Shetland Mare & Foal of Current Year 83 World Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Classic Shetland. Mare 46"& under 84 Classic Shetland Produce Of Dam 46" & under 85 Classic Shetland Get Of Sire 46" & under 86 Classic Shetland Showmanship 7 & under 87 Classic Shetland Youth Showmanship 8-12 Years 88 Classic Shetland Youth Showmanship 13-17 Years 89 Classic Shetland Amateur Showmanship Over 18 Years 90 Classic Shetland Mare/Gelding Youth 17 & Under 91 Foundation Shetland Model Stallions 92 Foundation Shetland Senior Stallions 93 World Champion & Reserve Foundation Shetland Senior Stallion 94 Foundation Shetland Junior Stallions 95 World Champion & Reserve Foundation Shetland Junior Stallion 42” & under 96 World Grand Champion & Reserve Foundation Shetland Stallion 97 Foundation Shetland Model Geldings 98 Foundation Shetland Senior Geldings 3 & Older 99 World Champion & Reserve Foundation Shetland Senior Gelding 100 Foundation Shetland Junior Geldings 2 & Under 101 World Champion & Reserve Foundation Shetland Junior Gelding 102 World Grand Champion & Reserve Foundation Shetland Gelding 103 Foundation Shetland Model Mares 104 Foundation Shetland Senior Mares 3 & Older 105 World Champion & Reserve Foundation Shetland Senior Mare 106 Foundation Shetland Junior Mares 2 & Under 107 World Champion & Reserve Champion Foundation Shetland Junior Mare 108 World Grand Champion & Reserve Foundation Shetland Mares Morning Session – 9 AM South Side of Coliseum 110 AMHR Model Stallion 2 Years & older 34” & under 111 AMHR Stallion 3 Yr.

& Older Over 30”-32” 112 AMHR Stallion 3 Yr. & Older 30” & Under 113 AMHR Stallion 3 Yr & Older 32-34” 114 World Champion & Reserve AMHR Senior Stallion Under 115 AMHR Stallion 2 Year Olds 33” & under 116 AMHR Stallion Yearling 32 “ & Under 117 AMHR Stallion Foal Of Current Year 30” & Under 118 World Champion & Reserve AMHR Junior Stallion, 33 & under 119 AMHR Stallion Grand & Reserve Grand 34” & Under 120 AMHR Stallion Amateur Halter 34” & Under 121 AMHR Model Gelding 2 Yr. & Older 34” & Under 122 AMHR Aged Gelding Over 32” & Under 34” 123 AMHR Aged Geldings 32” & Under 124 World Champion & Reserve AMHR Senior Gelding 125 AMHR Gelding 2 Year Olds 33” & Under 34” 126 AMHR Gelding Yearling 32” & Under 34” 127 AMHR Gelding Foal Of Current Year 30” & Under 128 World Champion & Reserve AMHR Gelding Junior -Under 33” 129 World Grand Champion & Reserve AMHR Gelding Under 34” 130 AMHR Gelding Amateur Halter Under 34” 131 AMHR Youth Halter Geldings Under 34” 132 AMHR Model Mares 2 Yr.

& Older 34” & Under 133 AMHR Aged Mares 3 Yr. & Older 32” -34” 134 AMHR Aged Mares 3 & Older 30” -32” 135 AMHR Aged Mares 3 & Older 30” & Under 136 AMHR Broodmare nursing current year’s foal under 34” 137 World Champion & Reserve AMHR Mares Senior 34” & Under 138 AMHR Mares 2 Year Olds 33” & Under 139 AMHR Mares Yearling 32” & Under 140 AMHR Mares Foal of Current Year 30” & Under 141 World Champion & Reserve AMHR Mares Junior 33” & Under 142 World Grand Champion & Reserve AMHR Mares 34”& Under 143 AMHR Mares Amateur Halter 34” & Under 144 AMHR Youth Halter Mares Under 34”

145 AMHR Youth Showmanship M/G Under 34”, 13-17 Years 146 AMHR Youth Showmanship M/G Under 34” 12 & Under 147 AMHR Adult Amateur Showmanship, 34” & under 148 AMHR Solid Colored Stallion/Gelding Under 34” 149 AMHR Solid Colored Mare Under 34” 150 AMHR Multi Colored Mare Under 34” 151 AMHR Multi Colored Stallion/Gelding Under 34” To Follow Morning Session – 2PM 152 AMHR HUNTER OPEN OVER 34"-38" 153 AMHR HUNTER OPEN UNDER 34" 154 AMHR LIBERTY OPEN OVER 34"-38"" 155 AMHR LIBERTY OPEN UNDER 34" Evening Session – 5:30 PM 156 Modern Shetland Pleasure Driving, Youth 46” & Under 157 AMHR Amateur Country Pleasure Driving 34” & Under 158 Modern Shetland Country Pleasure Driving Open 159 AMHR Country Pl.

Driving Open over 34”-38” 160 ASPR Roadster Open 161 AMHR Open Park Harness 34” & Under 162 Draft Pony Single Cart 163 AMHR Pleasure Driving 34” & Under, Open 164 Modern Shetland Harness, 43-46” Open 165 AMHR Open Roadster 34-38” 166 ASPR Pleasure Driving Open 167 AMHR Park Harness 34-38” Open 168 Modern Shetland Roadster Pony 43” & Under 169 AMHR Country Pleasure Driving Amateur 34”-38” 170 Draft Pony Team 171 Modern Shetland Formal Driving Open. 172 AMHR Pleasure Driving Adult Amateur 34” & under 173 AMHR Roadster 34” & Under Amateur 174 Classic Shetland Pleasure Driving, Youth 175 AMHR Country Pleasure Driving 34” & Under Open 176 ASPR Harness Pony Open 177 AMHR Open Roadster 34” & Under 178 Foundation Shetland Open Country Pleasure Driving 179 Classic Shetland Roadster Open 180 AMHR Country Pleasure Driving Youth 34”-38” 181 AMHR Youth Pleasure Driving 34”-38” 182 AMHR Roadster 34”-38” Youth 183 AMHR Open Pleasure Driving 34”-38” 184 AMHR Youth Country Pleasure Driving 34” & Under 185 Classic Shetland Pleasure Driving Open 186 AMHR Youth Pleasure Driving 34” & Under 187 Classic Shetland Country Pleasure Driving Open 46” & Under 188 AMHR Adult Amateur Pleasure Driving 34”-38” 189 ASPR Country Pleasure Driving Open Wednesday July 22, 2015 Morning Session – 8:30 AM North Side of Coliseum 190 Area 2 & World Champion Modern Shetland Futurity Weanling Filly, 43” & Under 191 Area 2 Modern Shetland Futurity Yearling Filly 43” & Under 192 Area 2 & World Champion Modern Shetland Futurity Weanling Pleasure Filly 41” & Under 193 Area 2 Modern Shetland Fut.

Yearling Pleasure Filly 43”&Under 194 Area 2 & World Champion Modern Shetland Fut. 2 Year Old Mare, 44.5” & Under 195 Area 2 Modern Shetland Fut. 2 Yr Old Pl. Mare 44.5 “& Under 196 Modern Shetland Model Mare 2 & Over 197 Modern Shetland Mare 3 Year Old & Older, Over 43” - 46” 198 Modern Shetland Mare, 3 Year Old & Older, 43” & Under 199 Modern Shetland Mare, 2 Year Old, Over 42” – 44.5” 200 Modern Shetland Mare, 2Year Old, 42” & under 201 Modern Shetland Mare, Yearling, Over 41” - 43” 202 Modern Shetland Mare, Yearling, 41” & Under 203 Modern Shetland Filly Foal of Current Year 204 Modern Shetland Broodmare, 3 Years Old & Older 46” & Under 205 World Champ & Res.

Sr. Modern. Shetland Mare, Over 43” - 46” 206 World Champ & Res. Modern Senior Shetland Mare, 43” & Under 207 World Champ & Res. Jr. Modern Shetland Mare, Over 42” – 44.5 208 World Champ & Res. Jr. Modern Shetland Mare, 42” & Under 209 World Grand Champ & Res. Modern Shetland Mare 43” - 46” 210 World Grand Champ & Res. Modern Shetland Mare 43” & Under 211 Modern Shetland Mare, Any Age, 46” & Under, AOTH 212 Modern Shetland Mare, Any Age, 46” & Under, Youth 213 Modern Shetland Mare & Her Foal of Current Year 214 Modern Shetland Produce of Dam 215 Modern Shetland Get Of Sire 216 Modern Shetland Youth Showmanship 12 & Under 217 Modern Shetland Youth Showmanship 13-17 Years 218 Modern Shetland Youth Pleasure Mares 46” & Under

219 Modern Shetland Pleasure Mares 3 Yr. & Older 46” & Under 220 Modern Shetland Pleasure Mares 2 Yr. Old 44 ½ “ & Under 221 Modern Shetland Pleasure Mares, Yearlings 43” & Under 222 Modern Shetland Pleasure Fillies of the Current Year 223 Modern Shetland Pleasure Broodmare 46” & Under 224 Modern Shetland Pleasure Mare & Foal 225 World Junior Champ & Res. Modern Shetland Pl. Mares 226 World Champ & Reserve Modern Shetland Pl. Sr. Mares 227 World Grand Champ & Res. Modern Shetland Pl. Mare Morning Session – 9 AM South Side of Coliseum (AMHR Division B-Over 34”-38”) 229 AMHR Model Stallions 2 & older Over 34”-38” 230 AMHR Aged Stallions 3 & older Over 34”-38” 231 Champion & Reserve AMHR Senior Stallion Over 34”-38” 232 AMHR Stallion 2 Yr.

Old Over 33”-37” 233 AMHR Stallion Yearling Over 32”-36” 234 AMHR Stallion Foal Of Current Year Over 30”-32” 235 World Champ & Res. AMHR Junior Stallion Over 34” -38” 236 World Grand Champ & Res. AMHR Stallion Over 34” -38” 237 AMHR Stallion Amateur Halter Over 34”-38’ 238 AMHR Model Gelding 2 Yr. & older Over 34”-38” 239 AMHR Aged Geldings 3 & Older Over 34”-38” 240 World Champion & Reserve AMHR Gelding Senior Over 34”-38” 241 AMHR Gelding 2 Yr. Old Over 33”-37” 242 AMHR Gelding Yearling Over 32”-36” 243 AMHR Gelding Foal Of Current Year Over 30” - 32” 244 World Champ & Reserve. AMHR Junior Gelding Over 34” -38” 245 World Grand Champion & Reserve AMHR Gelding Over 34”-38” 246 AMHR Gelding Amateur 247 AMHR Gelding Youth 17 & Under 248 AMHR Model Mares 2 & older Over 34” -38” 249 AMHR Aged Mares 3 & older Over 34” -38” 250 AMHR Broodmare nursing current year foal Over 34”-38 251 World Champ & Reserve.

AMHR Senior Mares Over 34”-38” 252 AMHR Mare 2 Year Olds Over 34”-37” 253 AMHR Mare Yearling Over 34”-38” 254 AMHR Filly Foal Of Current Year Over 30” -32” 255 World Champion & Reserve AMHR Junior Mare over 34”-38” 256 World Grand Champion & Reserve AMHR Mare Over 34”-38” 257 AMHR Amateur Halter Mare Over 34”- 38” 258 AMHR Youth Showmanship M/G Over34-38” 12 & Under 259 AMHR Youth Showmanship Mare/G Over34-38” 13-17 Yr.

260 AMHR Amateur Showmanship Over 34”-38” 261 AMHR Youth Halter Mares Over 34”-38” 262 AMHR Solid Color Stallion/Gelding Over 34”-38” 263 AMHR Solid Color Mare Over 34”-38” 264 AMHR Multicolored Stallion/Gelding Over 34”-38” 265 AMHR Multicolored Mare Over 34”-38” Afternoon Session – 1 PM 266 Classic Shetland Country Pleasure Championship 46” & Under 267 ASB 3 Gaited Novice Horse 268 Modern Shetland Harness Youth To Drive 269 ASB Saddle Seat Pleasure Equitation, 17 & Under 270 AMHR Pleasure Driving 34” & Under World Championship 271 ASB 3 Gaited Park Horse FMT Open 272 AMHR Pleasure Driving 34” –38” World Championship 273 Area 2 & World Champion Shetland Futurity 3 Year Old Roadster 46” & Under 274 ASB 3 Gaited Country Pleasure, Adult English Equipment 275 AMHR Roadster 34” & under World Championship 276 AMHR Country Pleasure Driving World Championship 34-38” 277 Hackney Cobtail Pony Open/Ohio Owned Stake 278 Classic Roadster World Championship 46” & Under 279 ASPR Country Pleasure Driving Youth 280 Saddle Seat Equitation Walk Trot 10 & Under 281 Area 2 & World Champion Shetland Fut.

3 Year Old Modern Pleasure Driving 282 AMHR Roadster 34”-38 World Championship 283 ASPR Amateur Harness Pony 284 Draft Pony 4 Hitch 285 AMHR Park Harness 34” & Under World Championship 286 Ohio Owned Modern Shetland Roadster 287 Classic Shetland Pleasure Driving, Limit 288 AMHR Park Harness 34-38 “World Championship 288A Draft Pony 6 Hitch 289 Area 2/World Championship Futurity 3 Yr Old Harness Pony 46”& Under

290 AMHR Country Pl Driving 34” & under World Championship 291 Modern Shetland Roadster Youth 46” & Under Evening Session – 7 PM 292 Saddle Seat Equitation 17 Yr. & Under 293 ASB Fine Harness Open /Ohio Owned Stake 294 Modern Shetland Amateur Harness Pony 46” 295 ASB Western Country Pleasure 296 Hackney Harness Pony Open/Ohio Owned 297 ASPR Amateur Roadster Pony 298 Open Hunt Seat English Pleasure WTC 299 Modern Shetland Youth Formal Driving 300 ASB Park Pleasure Open 301 Modern Shetland Roadster Pony 43” - 46” 302 Hackney Roadster Pony Open/Ohio Owned Stake 303 ASB 3 Gaited Open /Ohio Owned Stake 304 Foundation Shetland Country Pleasure Driving World Championship 305 UPHA Classic Hackney Country Pleasure driving 306 Friesian Open Pleasure Driving 307 ASB 3 Gaited Show Pleasure Adult Amateur 308 ASPR Amateur Roadster Pony 309 Modern Shetland Country Pleasure Driving Youth 310 Open Western Pleasure all breeds 311 Classic Shetland Pleasure DRIVING 46” & Under World Championship 312 Modern Shetland Formal Pleasure Driving Adult Amateur 313 ASB 5 Gaited Amateur S/M/G Thursday July 23, 2015 Morning Session – 9 AM 314 ASB In Hand Open 315 ASB In Hand Show Pleasure 316 ASB In Hand Country Pleasure 317 ASB Best In Show 318 Morgan Mares In Hand All Ages 319 Morgan Stallion/Gelding In Hand All Ages 320 Morgan Hunter In Hand S/M/G All Ages Afternoon Session – Noon 322 Modern Shetland Pleasure Driving Open 46” & Under 323 UPHA Classic Hackney Cobtail 324 Morgan Hunter Pleasure Open 325 ASB Country Western Pleasure Novice Horse 326 ASPR Youth Harness Pony 327 Open English Pleasure Hunt Seat 328 Morgan Pleasure Driving Open 329 ASB Junior Park Pleasure Driving 330 Hackney Harness Pony Amateur 331 UPHA CHALLENGE Cup Equitation 17 & Under 332 ASPR, Youth Pleasure Driving 333 ASB Country English Pleasure Horse AOTR 334 Modern Shetland Harness Pony, 43” & Under 335 ASB Country Pleasure, Hunt Seat 336 Morgan Classic Pleasure Under Saddle 337 ASPR Roadster Youth 338 Friesian Open English Pleasure WT 339 ASB 3 Gaited Show Pleasure, Novice Rider 340 Modern Shetland Formal Driving 46” &Under Adult Amateur 341 Hackney Show Pleasure Driving, Amateur Adult 342 Ohio Owned Modern Shetland Harness Pony 46” & Under 343 ASB 3-Gaited Country Pleasure, Jr.

Ex. 13 & Under 344 Open Pleasure Driving 345 Morgan English Pleasure Open 346 ASPR Pleasure Driving Amateur 347 ASB William Shatner Country Western Pleasure 348 UPHA 10 & UNDER W/T Saddleseat Equitation 349 Hackney Country Pleasure Driving Pony 350 ASB Park Pleasure Driving, Open 351 Morgan Western Pleasure Open 352 ASB 5 Gaited Novice Horse Evening Session – 6 PM 353 ASB Fine Harness Driven by a Lady 354 Morgan Pleasure Driving Amateur 355 ASB 3 Gaited Junior Exhibitor 17 & Under 356 ASPR Country Pleasure Driving Amateur 357 Morgan Hunter Pleasure Amateur 358 10 & Under Saddleseat Pleasure W/T All Breeds 359 Modern Shetland Country Pl.

Driving, World Championship 46” & Under 360 ASB 3 Gaited Amateur 361 Morgan Classic Pleasure Driving 362 ASB 3 Gaited Show Pleasure Novice Horse 363 Hackney Cobtail Pony Amateur 364 ASB Park Pleasure Driving Amateur 365 Hackney Roadster Adult Amateur Ladies 366 ASB 5 Gaited Junior Exhibitor 367 ASB Junior Park Pleasure Under Saddle 368 Morgan English Pleasure Amateur 369 ASB 3 Gaited Ladies 370 ASB 3 Gaited Show Pleasure, Jr. Exhibitor 14-17 Yr.

371 Saddle & Bridle ASB Country Hunt Seat Pl Classic 372 ASB 3 Gaited Park Horse FMT Amateur 373 Modern Shetland Roadster Amateur to Drive 46” & Under 374 ASB 5 Gaited Ladies M/G 375 Open English Pleasure Saddleseat WTC 376 ASB Show Pleasure Driving 377 Hackney Roadster Adult Amateur Gentleman To Drive 378 ASB 5 Gaited Show Pleasure, Adult Amateur

379 3 Gaited Country Pleasure, Jr. Exhibitor 14-17 Yr 380 ASPR Roadster World Championship 381 ASB 5 Gaited Open/Ohio Owned Stake Friday July 24, 2015 Morning Session – 9 AM Ohio Hackney Futurity 383 Ohio Hackney Futurity Two Year Old Stallions/Geldings 384 Ohio Hackney Futurity Two Year Old Mares 385 Ohio Hackney Futurity Yearling Pony St/G 386 Ohio Hackney Futurity Yearling Pony Filly 387 Ohio Hackney Futurity Weanling Pony St/G 388 Ohio Hackney Futurity Weanling Pony Fillies Afternoon Session – 11 AM 389 Modern Shetland Roadster In Hand 390 10 & Under Walk Trot Equitation Championship 391 ASB 5 Gaited Junior Horse 4 & Under 392 Modern Shetland Formal Driving World Championship 393 ASB Country Pleasure Driving 394 Saddle Type Horse Western Equipment Open 395 ASB Fine Harness, Junior Horse 4 & Under 396 ASB Country English Pleasure Novice Rider 397 AHHS Youth Medallion Pleasure Driving 398 ASB Jr.

Exhibitor 3 Gaited Show Pleasure 13Yr. & Under 399 Ohio Hackney Futurity Three Year Old Roadster Pony 400 ASB Park Pleasure Under Saddle Amateur 401 ASPR Harness Pony World Championship 402 Ohio Hackney Futurity 3 Year Old Pleasure Driving 403 ASB 3 Gaited Junior Horse 404 ASPR Country Pleasure Driving World Championship 405 AHHS Youth Medallion Country Pleasure Driving 406 Friesian Pleasure Open English/Western W/T 407 Modern Shetland Pleasure Driving 46” & Under World Championship 408 ASB Park Horse 3 Gaited Full Mane & Tail, Amateur 419 ASB 3 Gaited Show Pleasure AOTR 410 Ohio Hackney Fut.

3 Year Old Cobtail 411 Ohio Owned ASB Country Pleasure Stake 412 ASPR Pleasure Driving World Championship 413 Open English Pleasure Hunt Seat Championship 414 Ohio Hackney Futurity 3 Year Old Country Pleasure Driving 415 ASB Country Pleasure Novice Horse 416 ASPR Country Pleasure Driving Championship 417 Ohio Hack Fut. 3Yr Old Harness Pony Long Tail 418 ASB Country Hunt Seat Pleasure Championship Evening Session – 6 PM Ohio Hackney Association Party After Last Evening Class 419 Parade Horse Open 420 ASB Fine Harness Amateur Stake 421 Open English Pleasure WTC Championship 422 Modern Shetland Roadster 43”-46” World Championship 423 ASB Fine Harness 3 Year Old Stake 424 Hackney Novice Roadster Pony 425 Morgan Western Pleasure Amateur 426 UPHA Classic Hackney Pleasure Driving 427 ASB Country Western Pl.

Championship 428 Modern Shetland Roadster 43” & Under World Championship 429 ASB 5 Gaited Show Pleasure Junior Exhibitor 430 Friesian W/T Pleasure Championship 431 UPHA Classic Hackney Roadster Pony 432 ASB 3 Gaited Park Under Saddle Pleasure Championship 433 AHHS Medallion Roadster Pony, Junior Exhibitor 434 Ohio Owned ASB 3-Gaited Show Pleasure Stake 435 Modern Shetland Harness World Championship 43-46” 436 ASB 3 Gaited Park Horse FMT Championship 437 Open English Pleasure Driving Championship 438 Hackney Cobtail Pony Grand Championship 439 Modern Shetland Harness Championship, 43” & Under Saturday July 25, 2015 Afternoon Session – Noon 440 ASB Walter D Murphy Memorial Fine Harness 2 Yr Old Stake 441 Saddle Type Horse, Western Eq.

World Championship 442 ASB Show Pleasure Novice Rider Championship 443 Hackney Roadster Junior Exhibitor Championship 444 ASB 5 Gaited Jr. Exhibitor Championship 445 ASB Park Pleasure Driving, Amateur Championship 446 UPHA Classic Harness Pony 447 ASB Jr. Exhibitor Show Pleasure Championship 448 Morgan Hunt Seat Pleasure Championship 449 ASB Country Pleasure Novice Rider Championship 450 ASB Park Pleasure Amateur Championship 451 Morgan Classic Under Saddle Championship 452 ASB Show Pleasure Adult Amateur 3 Gaited Championship 453 Hackney Harness Pony Amateur Championship 454 Friesian English W/T Pleasure Stake

455 ASB 3 Gaited Grand Championship 456 Roadster Pony Grand Championship 457 Morgan Western Pleasure Championship 458 ASB Country Pleasure Driving Championship 459 ASB 5 Gaited Amateur Championship Evening Session – 6 PM 460 ASB 3 Gaited FMT Amateur Championship 461 Saddle Seat Equitation Championship 462 Parade Horse World Championship 463 Hackney Harness Pony Grand Championship 464 ASB Country Pleasure Jr. Exhibitor Championship 465 Hackney Country Pleasure Driving Championship 466 ASB Park Pleasure Driving Grand Championship 467 Morgan Pleasure Driving Championship 468 ASB 3 Gaited Amateur Championship 469 Hackney Cobtail Pony Amateur Championship 470 ASB Fine Harness Grand Championship 471 Hackney Roadster Pony Amateur Championship 472 ASB Show Pleasure Driving Championship 473 Morgan English Pleasure Championship 474 ASB 3 Gaited Junior Exhibitor Championship 475 ASB 3 Gaited Country Pleasure Adult Championship 476 Hackney Show Pleasure Driving Championship 477 ASB 5 Gaited Show Pleasure Championship 478 Friesian Pleasure Driving Championship 479 ASB 5 Gaited Grand Championship