Heavy horse show prize book - Prince Albert Exhibition Association

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Heavy horse show prize book - Prince Albert Exhibition Association
Where Town & Country Meet
HEAVY HORSE
PRIZE LIST
Summer Fair
August 2nd – 6th
LOTS TO SEE & DO
Beef Cattle – Light Horse – Heavy Horse – Pedal Tractor Pull
Concessions – Needlecraft – Baking – Arts – Handicrafts
Agriculture – Horticulture – Photography
Petting Zoo – Chuckwagon and Chariots
Stage Shows - and much, much more!
MIDWAY by WEST COAST AMUSEMENTS
Website: www.paexhibition.com
Email: [email protected]
ATTENTION EQUINE EXHIBITORS
On April 5th, 2012 THE PRINCE ALBERT EXHIBITION
ASSOCIATION AMMENDED THE MOTION OF
MARCH 21ST, 2012 AS FOLLOWS
“That the Prince Albert Exhibition Association
follow the recommendations as put forth in the
“Position Statement” dated February 15, 2012
by the Saskatchewan Horse Federation Equine
Health & Welfare Committee.”
The Prince Albert Exhibition Association strongly
recommends that exhibitors follow their veterinarian’s
vaccination protocol in terms of all vaccinations.
Please fill out the Prince Albert Exhibitions livestock
traceability form and return with your entries.
Prince Albert Exhibition Association Board of Directors
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Prince Albert Exhibition
Heavy Horse Show
August 4th - August 6th, 2016
Directors – Bernie Zintel
Committee: Chair-Robbie Ross, Vice Chair-Arnold Chester, Merle Chester,
Velma Davidson, Gordon Sproull, Arden Dust
Judge: Emma Duhaime
Announcer: Gordon Sproull
Ringman: Ken Isbister
Please mail entries to the:
Prince Albert Exhibition Association
Box 1538, Prince Albert, Sask., S6V 5T1
Phone: (306) 764-1711
Fax: (306) 764-5246
Please contact Bernie Zintel at (306) 961-9873 when you
arrive to provide directions for entry and direct you to your stalls.
Please make any arrangements for hay at least one week prior to the show.
If no prior arrangement is made, any hay available will be priced
at $7.00 per square bale.
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2016 Schedule of Events
Heavy Horse Show – Main Ring
Thursday, August 4th, 2016
10:00 AM – Female Halter Classes (All foals to be judged with mares)
D02 Brood Mare (foals at side)
D03 Foal of Current Year
D04 Yeld Mare (3 years and over)
D12 Jr A Showmanship
D13 Jr B Showmanship
D05 Filly (1 & 2 years)
D07 Progeny of Dam (2 animals from same mare)
C02 Champion Clydesdale Mare (Top Clydesdale brood mare, foal, yeld mare,
filly)
Presentation of Provincial Clydesdale ribbon and Henry Trippell Memorial Trophy
D14 Champion Mare (1st & 2nd from D02, D03, D04, D05)
Presentation of: Archie Anderson Memorial Trophy and
Dennis Leptizki Trophy for Champion Percheron Mare
1:00 PM – Hitch Classes
D34 Best Dressed Team
D26 Ladies Driver Team
D30 Light Draft Team
D27 Senior Driver
D25 Men’s Cart
D35 Memorial Class
D28 Team Obstacle Course (1/2 of all entries)
D50 Demonstration Eight in Hand (one team)
Friday August 5th, 2016
10:00 AM – Male Halter Classes
D01 Stallion (1 yr and over)
D08 Get of Sire (3 animals from same sire)
D09 Gelding or Grade Mare (light draft)
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Friday, August 5th, 2016 continued
D10 Gelding or Grade Mare (heavy draft)
D11 Champion Gelding or Grade Mare (1st & 2nd from D09 & D10)
D15 Champion Stallion (1st & 2nd from D01 and D03)
Presentation of: Jim & Peg Buchanan Memorial Award,
Margaret Duterte Memorial Trophy for Champion Clydesdale Stallion and
Provincial Clydesdale Ribbon
D16 Grand Champion (1st & 2nd from D14 and D15)
D17 Supreme Halter Champion (1st & 2nd from D11 and D16)
1:00 PM – Hitch Classes
D32 Heavy Draft Team
D20 Jr A Driver Team
D21 Jr B Driver Team
D40 Unicorn
D44 Ladies Four in Hand
D41 Four Abreast
D28 Team Obstacle Course (1/2 of all entries)
D50 Demonstration Eight in Hand (one team)
Saturday, August 6th, 2016
2:00 PM – Hitch Classes
D24 Ladies Cart
D22 Jr A Driver Cart
D23 Jr B Driver Cart
D31 Purebred Mares Team
D33 Champion Team
D42 Four in Hand
D43 Six in Hand
D50 Demonstration Eight in Hand (one team)
Grand Finale TBA
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Heavy Horse Meal Schedule
Breakfast
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
(7-9 a.m.)
Sponsored by:
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THE FOLLOWING FEATURES ARE BEING OFFERED THIS YEAR:
Best Decorated Stall
An anonymous judge will present prizes to stalls
judged to have the best decoration and cleanliness.
Prizes Awarded:
1st Place - $150.00
2nd Place - $100.00
3rd Place - $50.00
Sponsor:
Clydesdale ribbons and points awarded by the
Saskatchewan Clydesdale Association
Oats supplied by Ken Isbister
Sawdust provided by Kin Enterprises – Rick Genest
Drinking water provided by B & P Water Products
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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
Halter Classes
Entry Fee - $20.00 per entry
Prize Money – ($60/50/40/30/20)
D – DRAFT (ANY BREED)
D01
Stallion (1 Year & Over)
D02
Brood Mare (foals at side)
Sponsor:
Sponsor: SaskTel
D03
Foal (of current year)
Sponsor:
D04
Yeld Mare (3 Years & Over)
D05
Filly – 1 & 2 years
D07
Progeny of Dam (2 animals from same mare)
D08
Get of Sire (3 animals from same sire)
Sponsor:
Sponsor: G&P Plumbing & Heating
Sponsor: Anderson Livestock
Sponsor:
D14
Champion Mare
D15
Champion Stallion
(1st & 2nd place from classes D02, D03, D04 & D05)
Sponsor:
(1st & 2nd place from classes D01 & D03)
Sponsor:
D16
Grand Champion
D17
Supreme Halter Champion (1st & 2nd place from classes D16 & D11)
(1st & 2nd place from classes D14 & D15)
Sponsor: Park Range Veterinary Services
Sponsor:
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Grade Draft Horses
Entry Fee - $20.00 per entry
Prize Money – ($60/50/40/30/20)
D09
Gelding or Grade Mare (Light Draft)
Sponsor:
D10
Gelding or Grade Mare (Heavy Draft)
Sponsor: In memory of Eddie Listwin
D11
Champion Gelding or Grade Mare
(1st & 2nd place from classes D09 & D10)
Sponsor:
Youth Halter Classes
Entry Fee - $5.00
Prize Money – ($30/25/20/15/10)
D12
Junior A Showmanship – 12 & under as of January 1, 2015
D13
Junior B Showmanship – 13 – 17 as of January 1, 2015
To be accompanied by an adult
Sponsor: Wayne Cozart
To be accompanied by an adult
Sponsor:
Youth Hitch Classes
Entry Fee - $5.00
Prize Money - $150.00 per class (to be split evenly between all entries)
Prize money donated by P.A. Optimist Club
ALL JUNIOR HITCH CLASSES MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT
D20
Junior A Driver Team – 12 yrs & under as of January 1, 2015
D21
Junior B Driver Team – 13 – 17 yrs as of January 1, 2015
D22
Junior A Driver Cart – 12 yrs & under as of January 1, 2015
D23
Junior B Driver Cart – 13 – 17 yrs as of January 1, 2015
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Hitch Classes
Entry Fee - $40.00 per hitch
Prize Money for hitch classes will be split evenly between all entries.
First 5 placings will have their names entered in a draw for a merchandise prize.
Classes D26 & D27 to be judged 100% on the driver.
D26
Lady Driver Team - (18 yrs & over on January 1, 2016; cannot be cross
D27
Senior Driver Team - (65 yrs & over on January 1, 2015)
D34
Best Dressed Team
entered in junior classes)
Prize Money: $200.00
Sponsor: Dmyterko Enterprises
Prize Money: $200.00
Sponsor:
Prize Money: $200.00
Sponsor:
Classes D24, D25, D30-D33, D40-D44 to be judged 50% performance, 30%
driver competence, and 20% overall appearance
D24
Ladies Cart (cannot be cross entered in junior classes)
Prize Money: $200.00
D25
Sponsor:
Mens Cart (cannot be cross entered in junior classes)
Prize Money: $200.00
D28
Sponsor: One Stop Pub &
Restaurant
Team Obstacle Course
Prize Money: $200.00
D30
Sponsor:
Light Draft Team (cannot be cross entered with D31 or D32)
Prize Money: $200.00
D31
Sponsor:
Purebred Mares Team (cannot be cross entered with D30, D32)
Prize Money: $200.00
Sponsor:
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D32
Heavy Draft Team (cannot be cross entered with D30, D31)
Prize Money: $200.00
D33
Sponsor:
Champion Team – 1st and 2nd place from D30, 31, 32
Sponsor:
D40
Unicorn
Prize Money: $300.00
D41
Sponsor:
Four Abreast
Prize money: $400.00
D42
Sponsor:
Four In Hand
Prize Money: $400.00
D43
D44
Sponsor:
Six In Hand
Prize Money: $600.00
Sponsor:
Prize Money: $300.00
Sponsor: Investors Group –
Jason MacAuley
Ladies Four In Hand
Hitch Memorial & Championship
Awards
D35
Memorial Driving Class – Team – ENTRY FEE - $25.00
Prize Money $300.00
Sponsor: Sask. Working Teamsters Association
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HEAVY HORSE RULES & REGULATIONS
*Entry forms must be submitted to the exhibition office by July
20th. Camping spots and stalling may not be guaranteed for
entries received after that date*
All general rules which are applicable will apply to this department
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All particulars on the entry form must be completed, including traceability document.
Exhibitors may make any number of entries.
Horses shown as a team may also compete as single horses.
The age of all horses shall date from January 1.
A yeld mare is one that has not produced a foal in the current year, and is not visibly in foal
at the time of the Exhibition.
In the Get-of-Sire Class, horses may be owned by more than one owner.
Straw/Hay – exhibitors are responsible for their own straw and hay.
Feed Oats will be supplied free of charge.
Sawdust/shavings will be available.
Horses can be in the barn anytime from Tuesday on but must have stalling arrangements
prior to your arrival.
No animals shall be removed from the barns before the completion of the final class or
7:00 p.m. the last day of the exhibition (which ever is latest) without permission of the
committee. Exemption must be secured from the chairman of this section, or prize money
will be forfeited.
All stalls must be cleaned out before 7:00 a.m. daily so that refuse can be taken away
before the arrival of visitors. ALL HAY AND STRAW SHOULD BE MOVED TO BARNS PRIOR TO 7A.M.
DAILY.
NO HITCHING AND/OR DRIVING IN BARNS.
Any attempt to artificially cover defects in livestock exhibits will cause such exhibit to be
disqualified, and the owner may (at the discretion of the committee) forfeit any other
livestock awards.
All winners of first and second prize must compete, if eligible, for the championship in
their respective classes, or they shall forfeit their class money. This rule will be strictly
enforced.
Any animal causing disturbance may be ordered from the ring by the judge.
All multiple horse hitches require a helper to ride on the wagon for safety reasons.
No Braiding/Harnessing in Alley Ways
Exhibitors are responsible for being at the show ring at the appropriate time for the classes
they have entered.
Horses will not be weighed this year; however we would like to know the weight of your
animals to write on the stall cards.
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HEAVY HORSE HARNESS CLASS PURSE
MONEY
2016
# of
Entries
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
$100
75
50
33
25
20
16
14
12
11
10
9
8
7
7
6
$150
100
65
50
37
30
25
21
19
16
15
13
12
11
11
10
$200
125
75
66
50
40
33
28
25
22
20
18
16
15
14
13
$300
225
125
100
75
60
50
43
37
33
30
27
25
23
21
20
$400
300
150
133
100
80
66
57
50
44
40
36
33
31
28
26
$500
375
200
166
125
100
83
71
62
55
50
45
41
38
36
33
$600
400
250
200
150
120
100
85
75
66
54
50
46
43
40
37
Purse
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EXTRA INFORMATION
1) All junior drivers must be accompanied by a qualified adult (D24 - D27).
2) An adult to accompany Junior Showmanship D12 - D13.
3) Exhibitor numbers – please display on wagons and carts (both sides).
4) Heavy scheduling requires that our office receive your request for trailer park sites
on trailer park form sent by mail.
5) Please note that ball caps, shorts, running shoes, etc. are not considered proper
attire for the show ring.
6) Stall Decorations are encouraged and will be rewarded!
****Pick up your prize money at PA Ex office during fair week.
Voucher bank hours 2 - 8:00 p.m.****
After the Summer Fair, prize money can be claimed at the PA Ex office
during business hours until Aug. 26th, 2016. If you have not claimed your
prize money by August 26th, a cheque will be mailed out to you for your
unclaimed prize money.
In order to ensure that you receive your money, please confirm that your
full mailing address, including postal code is recorded on your entry form.
Please write clearly and legibly!
PRINCE ALBERT EXHIBITION ASSOCIATION
The Prince Albert Exhibition Association is a non-profit
organization working in the interests of the citizens of Prince
Albert, Central Saskatchewan and Northern Saskatchewan.
Members, directors and committee members do not participate in
nor do they benefit from any earnings of the association
whatsoever. Any profits derived through the association’s various
enterprises are invested in improvements to Prince Albert
Exhibition property, buildings and equipment.
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GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
READ THE FOLLOWING GENERAL RULES, AS WELL AS THE SPECIAL RULES, WHICH WILL BE FOUND UNDER THE
HEADING OF THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS AND WHICH ARE APPLICABLE ONLY TO THOSE DEPARTMENTS.
GENERAL RULES, WHICH ARE APPLICABLE, WILL GOVERN EACH DEPARTMENT. ALL DEPARTMENT OR CLASS
RULES APPEARING THROUGHOUT THIS PREMIUM LIST TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER GENERAL RULES.
IN ALL CASES THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO REJECT ENTIRELY, OR ACCEPT CONDITIONALLY, ANY ENTRY OR
APPLICATION. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL EXHIBITS WHICH ARE OFFENSIVE (BY REASON OF THE ODOR
AND/OR APPEARANCE) OR THOSE THAT ARE DANGEROUS (BY REASON OF THEIR COMBUSTION OR EXPLOSIVE
CHARACTER) BE PERMITTED. IF ANY SUCH EXHIBIT BE INTRODUCED, BY AN EXHIBITOR THROUGH
MISREPRESENTATION OR OTHERWISE, THEY MAY BE REMOVED BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTORS.
INTERPRETATION OF ALL RULES IS TO BE MADE BY THE DIRECTORS OF THE ASSOCIATION.
NO CLAIM FOR INJURY TO ANY PERSONS SHALL EVER BE ASSERTED, NOR SUIT INSTITUTED OR MAINTAINED
AGAINST THE ASSOCIATION, ITS OFFICERS OR THEIR AGENTS BY OR ON BEHALF OF ANY VISITORS OR ANY
PERSON, FIRM OR CORPORATION, OR THEIR AGENTS, REPRESENTATIVES, SERVANTS OR EMPLOYEES, HAVING
LICENSE OR PRIVILEGE TO EXHIBIT ON THE FAIR GROUNDS, OR OCCUPYING ANY SPACE THEREOF. IF ANY
DAMAGE, LOSS OR INJURY TO PERSON OR PROPERTY SHALL BE PROXIMATELY CAUSED BY REASON OF ANY
NEGLECT OR WILLFUL ACT OF ANY PERSON, FIRM OR CORPORATION, THEIR AGENTS, REPRESENTATIVES,
SERVANTS, EMPLOYEES, HAVING LICENSE OR PRIVILEGE TO EXHIBIT ON SAID FAIR GROUNDS, OR OCCUPYING
ANY SPACE THEREOF, THE ASSOCIATION SHALL IN NO MANNER BE RESPONSIBLE THEREFORE, AND IN CASE IT
BE SUBJECT TO ANY EXPENSE OR LIABILITY, ALL PERSONS CAUSING THE SAME, OR LIABLE THEREFORE, SHALL
INDEMNIFY THE SAID ASSOCIATION.
ENTRIES AND ENTRY FEES
ALL ENTRY FEES INCLUDE 5% G.S.T.
1. AN EXHIBITOR MAKING ANY ENTRY, BY DOING SO AGREES TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS PRINTED HERE
ON, OR AFTERWARDS MADE BY DIRECTORS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE EXHIBITIONS. ANY EXHIBITOR
NOT COMPLYING WITH THE RULES AND REGULATIONS MADE TO GOVERN EXHIBITORS AND THEIR EXHIBITS
DURING THE SHOW MAY, AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COMMITTEE, FORFEIT ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE
PRIZE MONEY WON BY HIS EXHIBITS.
2. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE ON THE PRINTED FORM SUPPLIED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PARTICULARS CALLED FOR
ON THE ENTRY FORMS MUST BE FULLY SUPPLIED AND PRINTED IN CLEAR, LEGIBLE PRINTING AND PROPERLY
SIGNED BY THE EXHIBITOR, OR HIS DULY AUTHORIZED AGENT. IN THE CASE OF PUREBRED ANIMALS IT IS
ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL THAT THE CORRECT NUMBER BE GIVEN.
3. THE COMMITTEE MAY REQUIRE AFFIDAVITS AS TO OWNERSHIP FROM ANY EXHIBITOR.
4. THOUGH THE ASSOCIATION WILL ENDEAVOUR TO TAKE REASONABLE PRECAUTIONS AS TO THE SAFETY OF
THE EXHIBITS SENT TO THE EXHIBITION, THE EXHIBITOR SHOULD ASSUME ALL RISK IN CONNECTION WITH
HIS/HER EXHIBITS, AND SHOULD ANY EXHIBIT OR PORTION THEREOF BE DAMAGED, LOST OR STOLEN, THE
ASSOCIATION WILL GIVE ALL ASSISTANCE IN ITS POWER FOR THE RECOVERY OF SAME, BUT THE EXHIBITOR,
IN MAKING ENTRY, RELIEVES THE ASSOCIATION OF ALL LIABILITY FOR OR DAMAGE, THAT MAY BE
SUSTAINED IN ANY WAY.
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LIVESTOCK
5. ALL LIVESTOCK MUST BE ON THE GROUNDS AS STATED IN RESPECTIVE SECTIONS.
6. GOOD BUILDINGS ARE PROVIDED ON THE GROUNDS FOR THE STOCK. THE EXHIBITORS ARE RESPONSIBLE
FOR THEIR OWN BEDDING AND HAY.
7. NO ENTRY FEE IS REQUIRED FOR CHAMPIONSHIP OR SPECIAL CLASSES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN THE
CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE CLASS. ALL FIRST PLACE ANIMALS MUST COMPETE FOR THEIR RESPECTIVE
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
8. ALL ANIMALS COMPETING IN CLASSES WHICH REQUIRE MORE THAN ONE ANIMAL TO MAKE AN EXHIBIT
(EXCEPT TEAMS), MUST HAVE BEEN ENTERED AND PREVIOUSLY SHOWN IN THEIR RESPECTIVE SECTIONS FOR
SINGLE ANIMALS. WHETHER THERE IS AN ENTRY FEE OR NOT, ENTRIES MUST BE MADE IN ALL CLASSES
WHERE EXHIBITORS DESIRE TO COMPETE (EXCEPT CHAMPIONSHIPS).
9. ALL ANIMALS SHOWN AS REGISTERED, MUST BE RECORDED IN THE NATIONAL LIVESTOCK RECORDS IN THE
NAME OF THE EXHIBITOR, AND OWNERS MUST PRODUCE THEIR CERTIFICATE TO THE STEWARDS IN CHARGE
AT THE TIME OF JUDGING IF REQUESTED.
10. ENTRY FEE WILL BE AS SPECIFIED.
11. IN HORSE AND CATTLE CLASSES, THE ENTRY MUST IN EVERY INSTANCE, BE MADE IN THE NAME OF THE
ACTUAL OWNER, AND UNLESS THIS RULE IS OBSERVED NO PREMIUM WILL BE AWARDED OR, IF AWARDED,
WILL BE WITHHELD.
12. LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS WILL RECEIVE A STATEMENT LISTING THE CLASSES THEY HAVE ENTERED. THIS
STATEMENT SHOULD BE AVAILABLE IN THE JUDGING RING IN CASE THE COMMITTEE IN CHARGE WISHES TO
SEE IT.
13. LIVESTOCK MUST NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE GROUNDS BEFORE THE TIMES STATED IN THE SECTION
RULES.
14. ALL LIVESTOCK WILL BE SHOWN IN RING, AND EXHIBITORS MUST BE READY TO BRING THEM OUT WHEN
CALLED UPON.
15. ALL ANIMALS SHOULD BE WELL HALTER BROKEN. ANY ANIMAL THAT CANNOT BE KEPT UNDER PROPER
CONTROL AROUND BARNS OR SHOW RING MAY BE ASKED TO BE EXCUSED FROM THE CLASS AND NOT
QUALIFY FOR PRIZE MONEY AS DETERMINED BY THE COMMITTEE IN CHARGE.
16. THE PRODUCTION OF ANY ANIMALS MAY BE ORDERED BY THE COMMITTEE FOR A REVIEW OR OTHER
PURPOSE AT ANY TIME DURING THE EXHIBITION, AND ANY EXHIBITOR OR ATTENDANT REFUSING OR
NEGLECTING TO BRING SUCH ANIMALS OUT AS DIRECTED SHALL FORFEIT HIS ENTRY FEES AND ANY
PREMIUMS WHICH MAY HAVE BEEN AWARDED TO HIM.
17. EXHIBITORS OR THEIR ATTENDANTS ARE PROHIBITED FROM USING STOVES, ELECTRIC PLATES OR FIRE OF
ANY KIND IN THE LIVESTOCK BUILDINGS. PARTIES VIOLATING THIS RULE WILL HAVE THEIR EXHIBITS
REMOVED FROM THE GROUNDS.
18. ALL LIVESTOCK AT OWNER’S RISK FROM FIRE OR OTHER CAUSE.
19. EXHIBITORS OF LIVESTOCK MUST ASCERTAIN FROM THE COMMITTEE IN CHARGE AT WHAT HOUR JUDGING
WILL TAKE PLACE; THEREFORE, NO COMPLAINT OR APPEAL BASED UPON THE STATEMENT THAT THE
JUDGES HAVE OVERLOOKED EXHIBITS WILL BE CONSIDERED.
20. NO LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS SHALL COMPETE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP OR SPECIAL CLASSES UNLESS EACH EXHIBIT
HAS BEEN SHOWN IN THE REGULAR CLASSES.
21. NO ANIMAL SHALL BE ALLOWED TO RUN AT LARGE WITHIN THE GROUNDS OR BUILDINGS DURING THE
PERIOD OF THE EXHIBITION.
22. ALL STALLS SHOULD BE CLEANED OUT BEFORE 7:00 A.M. EACH DAY DURING THE EXHIBITION SO THAT THE
REFUSE MAY BE CARRIED AWAY BEFORE VISITORS ARRIVE.
23. ALL BARNS AT THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS WILL BE THOROUGHLY DISINFECTED BEFORE THE EXHIBITION.
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JUDGES AND JUDGING
THE JUDGES ARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTED TO ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING RULES.
24. JUDGES IN THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS WILL REPORT TO THE OFFICE ON THE GROUNDS UPON THEIR
ARRIVAL.
25. JUDGING TIMES LISTED IN EACH DEPARTMENT.
26. IN THE ABSENCE OF COMPETITIONS IN ANY SECTION OR IF THE ARTICLE OR STOCK EXHIBITED BE OF
INFERIOR QUALITY, THE JUDGES SHALL AWARD ONLY SUCH PREMIUMS AS THEY THINK THE ARTICLE OR
STOCK MERITS. THEY SHALL EXERCISE THEIR DISCRETION AS TO WHETHER THEY WILL AWARD THE FIRST,
SECOND OR ANY PREMIUM.
27. ANY PERSON WHO SHALL ATTEMPT TO INTERFERE WITH OR INFLUENCE THE JUDGES WHILE IN THE
DISCHARGE OF THEIR DUTIES, OR SHALL AT ANY TIME ON PREMISE OF THE ASSOCIATION USE ANY
CONTEMPTUOUS OR ABUSIVE LANGUAGE TO ANY JUDGE, OR WITHIN HIS OR HER HEARING, IN
CONSEQUENCE OF ANY AWARD MADE BY A JUDGE SHALL FORFEIT HIS RIGHT TO ANY PREMIUM WHICH HE
MIGHT OTHERWISE BE ENTITLED. JUDGES ARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTED TO REPORT ANY BREACH OF THIS
RULE.
28. ANY EXHIBITOR MAKING A PROTEST MUST MAKE IT IN WRITING ADDRESSED TO THE MANAGER AND
DELIVERED TO THE EXHIBITION OFFICE WITHIN 48 HOURS OF THE HOLDING OF THE CLASS CONCERNED.
THE CAUSE OF THE COMPLAINT OR APPEAL MUST BE STATED AND A DEPOSIT OF $25.00 MUST
ACCOMPANY PROTEST. THE DEPOSIT WILL BE FORFEITED TO THE ASSOCIATION IF THE PROTEST IS NOT
SUSTAINED. THE DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE IS FINAL. IN CASE THE COMMITTEE IS UNABLE TO COME TO
A DECISION THE PROTEST WILL BE DECIDED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE PRINCE ALBERT
EXHIBITION ASSOCIATION. THE DECISION SHOULD NOT BE SUBJECT TO APPEAL.
29. WHERE A PROTEST IS TO BE MADE AGAINST THE COMPETITION OF ANY ANIMAL OR ARTICLE IN ANY CLASS,
NOTICE OF THE SAME SHOULD BE FILED WITH THE MANAGER BEFORE THE CLASS IS PASSED UPON, AND THE
JUDGE MAY BE INSTRUCTED TO PLACE A REVERSE AWARD SO THAT PREMIUMS MAY BE PROPERLY
DISTRIBUTED IN THE EVENT OF THE PROTEST BEING SUSTAINED.
30. IN ANY CASE WHERE A PROTEST IS ENTERED FOR AN IMPROPER OR MALICIOUS PURPOSE THE BOARD OF
DIRECTORS MAY EXCLUDE THE PARTY FROM EXHIBITING FOR ONE OR MORE YEARS THEREAFTER.
31. NO ANIMAL SHALL BE AWARDED A PRIZE UNLESS PROMPTLY BROUGHT INTO THE SHOW RING WHEN THE
CLASS IS CALLED. ANIMALS ENTERED MUST BE EXHIBITED IF ON THE GROUNDS, UNLESS ON ACCOUNT OF
ILLNESS OR INJURY.
NOTE: JUDGING RINGS HAVE BEEN PROVIDED FOR ALL LIVESTOCK IN WHICH ALL EXHIBITS IN THESE
CLASSES SHALL BE PARADED TO BE JUDGED. NO PERSON, OTHER THAN THE JUDGE, THE CHARGE, THE
CLERK AND ONE ATTENDANT FOR EACH ANIMAL BEING JUDGED, SHALL BE ALLOWED IN THE RING.
32. ALL ANIMALS SHALL REMAIN IN THE RING AFTER THE PRIZES ARE AWARDED, SUBJECT TO THE ORDER OF
THE JUDGE, TO ALLOW THE PUBLIC TO VIEW THEM.
33. NO HORSES WILL BE ALLOWED A PREMIUM UNLESS SOUND, EXCEPT IN CASES OF BREEDING STOCK, INJURY
BY ACCIDENTS WHICH DO NOT LESSEN THEIR USEFULNESS.
34. WHEN RESPECTIVELY REQUESTED TO DO SO, THE JUDGES MAY GIVE THE REASONS FOR THEIR DECISIONS
STATING WHAT CONSTITUTES POINTS OF EXCELLENCE IN THE CLASS OF ANIMALS OR ARTICLES BEING
CONSIDERED, POINTING OUT THE SUPERIORITY OF ONE OVER THE OTHER.
35. UPON THE DISCOVERY OF FRAUD, DECEPTION OR DISHONEST PRACTICE EITHER IN THE PREPARATION OF
OWNERSHIP, OR OF MISREPRESENTATION CONCERNING EXHIBITS, WHICH MAY HAVE AFFECTED OR HAVE
BEEN INTENDED TO AFFECT THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES, THE ASSOCIATION HAS POWER TO WITHHOLD
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THE AWARD, AND MAY PROHIBIT ANY SUCH PARTY OR PARTIES FROM EXHIBITING IN ANY CLASS FOR ONE
OR MORE YEARS AND MAY ALSO PUBLISH THE NAME OF ANY PERSONS IF DEEMED EXPEDIENT.
36. JUDGES WILL SIGN AND HAND IN THEIR LIST OF AWARDS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, MAKING SUCH
RECOMMENDATIONS AS CIRCUMSTANCES OR THEIR EXPERIENCE MAY SUGGEST.
37. JUDGES WILL BE FURNISHED WITH PASSES AND RIBBONS, THE LATTER BEING INTENDED AS A MEANS OF
SHOWING THEIR OFFICIAL CONNECTION WITH THE EXHIBITION.
38. PRESS REPORTERS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO THE EXHIBITION. EDITORS ARE REQUESTED TO NOTIFY THE
MANAGER THREE WEEKS PREVIOUS TO THE EXHIBITION OF THE NUMBER AND NAMES OF THEIR
REPRESENTATIVES IN ORDER THAT PASSES MAY BE FORWARDED.
MISCELLANEOUS
39. NO PERSON WILL BE PERMITTED TO DISTRIBUTE ANY PRINTED OR ADVERTISING MATTER IN BUILDINGS OR
UPON THE GROUNDS, OR AFFIX SAME TO ANY FENCES OR BUILDING. NO SOLICITING FOR ANY PURPOSE
WILL BE PERMITTED ON THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS EXCEPT FROM WITHIN A BOOTH ALLOTTED FOR THAT
PURPOSE.
40. VISITORS, EXHIBITORS, ATTENDANTS, AND OTHERS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO DEPORT THEMSELVES
WITHOUT REGARD TO THE FEELINGS AND CONVENIENCE OF THE PUBLIC. THEY MUST NOT INTERFERE WITH
THE JUDGES, OFFICERS, OR HELPERS ON THE DISCHARGE OF THEIR RESPECTIVE DUTIES. ANY BREACH OF
THIS RULE WILL BE DEALT WITH BY THE SECURITY, AND THOSE INFRINGING MAY BE EXPELLED FROM THE
GROUNDS.
41. AN AMPLE POLICE FORCE WILL BE ON DUTY DAY AND NIGHT DURING CONTINUANCE OF THE EXHIBITION.
THE ASSOCIATION WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE BY THEFT, FIRE OR OTHERWISE. SMALL
VALUABLE ARTICLES SHOULD BE EXHIBITED IN SHOWCASES SECURELY LOCKED.
42. NO PERSON WILL BE ALLOWED TO DELIVER HAY ON THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS DURING THE EXHIBITION,
EXCEPT BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH THE LIVESTOCK DIRECTORS.
43. EXHIBITORS OF ANIMALS, MACHINERY IN MOTION, AND OTHER EXHIBITS LIABLE TO EXTEND INJURY OR
DAMAGE TO PERSONS COMING IN CONTACT WITH THEM, SHALL GUARD THEIR EXHIBITS AND PROTECT THE
PUBLIC FROM COMING IN CONTACT THEREWITH AND EVERY SUCH EXHIBITOR SHALL INDEMNIFY THE
ASSOCIATION FROM AND AGAINST ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS, COST AND CHARGES AND EXPENSES,
WHICH IT MAY OCCUR, SUFFER, OR BE PUT TO BY REASON OF ACCIDENT, OR OF ANY PERSON BEING INJURED
BY SUFFERING DAMAGE THROUGH, OR BY REASON OF ANY SUCH EXHIBIT NOT BEING PROPERLY GUARDED,
OR THE PUBLIC NOT BEING PROPERLY PROTECTED FROM.
44. TO ALL THOSE WHO WISH TO SPONSOR A CLASS, PLEASE CONTACT THE EXHIBITION OFFICE @ (306) 7641711 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
PARADE ENTRIES
If you are interested in exhibiting a hitch in the Exhibition Parade,
Monday August 1st @ 7:00 p.m., please contact the Exhibition Office:
Prince Albert Exhibition Association
Box 1538, Prince Albert, Sask., S6V 5T1
Phone: (306) 764-1711 Fax: (306) 764-5246
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