Livestock and Horse Department
2019 Carter County Fair Open Horse Show Events
Ages for all horse events are age of the horse and rider on January 1st, 2019.
**ORIGINAL CURRENT NEGATIVE COGGINS REQUIRED FOR ALL HORSES
ON THE PREMISES
Will follow 2019 State 4H horse show rules No Stallions, no Nursing Foals or Mares with Unweaned foals allowed on grounds during any event. No horse under the age of two as of January 1, 2019 are allowed to be shown.
No Entry Fees. Ribbons will be given to first five places in each class. All youth must be accompanied with a supervising adult.
Premiums for Horse Show and Speed Events will be as follows:
1st - $5.00; 2nd- $4.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th – $2.00, 5th - $1.00
Open Performance Horse Show
Sunday, September 7th
7:30 - 8:15 a.m. Registration | 8:30 a.m. Horse Show Begins
Lead Line (7 & Under)
Walk & trot (8 & Under unassisted)
Adult 19 & over
The ranch pleasure class will follow American Stock Horse
All other classes will follow 4-H rules http://oces.okstate.
01. Halter Mares 5 and under*
02. Halter Mares 6 and over*
Grand/Reserve Halter Mare
03. Halter Geldings 5 and under*
04. Halter Geldings 6 and over*
Grand/Reserve Halter Geldings
*Halter classes do not count towards high point awards
All Showmanship Classes will be English & Western Combined
05. 8 & Under Showmanship
06. Junior Showmanship
07. Senior Showmanship
08. Adult Showmanship
Warm up for Western Classes 45 minutes
09. Lead Line 7 and under
10. Walk Trot Ranch Pleasure
11. Junior Ranch Pleasure
12. Senior Ranch Pleasure
13. Adult Ranch Pleasure
14. Walk/trot horsemanship
15. Junior Horsemanship
16. Senior Horsemanship
17. Adult Horsemanship
18. Walk/Trot Ranch Trail
19. Junior Ranch Trail
20. Senior Ranch Trail
21. Adult Ranch Trail
**There will be no drag or roping in the ranch trail classes for youth
22. Short Stirrup Reining (10 & under) will use NRHA short stirrup reining pattern #14
23. Junior Reining 9-13 (cannot ride in both short stirrup and Junior, must choose one or the other)
24. Senior Reining
25. Adult Reining
*Junior, Senior, Adult Reining pattern to be announced
Reining will not count towards high point scores
Warm up for English Classes – 45 minutes
*Same age divisions for English as Western classes
26. Walk/Trot Hunter Under Saddle
27. Junior Hunter Under Saddle
28. Senior Hunter Under Saddle
29. Adult Hunter Under Saddle
30. Walk/Trot Hunt Seat Equitation
31. Junior Hunt Seat Equitation
32. Senior Hunt Seat Equitation
33. Adult Hunt Seat Equitation
*High point awards for western will be given before reining
*High point awards for English will be given following the
conclusion of the English classes
Rosettes will be awarded to the Grand Champion Mare and
Grand Champion Gelding.
Saturday, September 7th - 5:00 p.m.
Registration begins for speed events 5:30 Speed Events Begin
EVENTS: Barrels • Poles • Flag Race • Stake Race • Straight Barrels
Leadline (6 and under and must be lead by another person)
Peanut - (9 and under and not lead by another person)
PeeWee - (10 to 13) Juniors - (14 to 18)
Senior Women - (19 and up)
Senior Men - (19 and up)
40 & Over Women
40 & Over Men.
*Those persons 40 and over can run in the Senior or 40 and Over but not both.
High point and Reserve high point awarded in each age division for speed events.
All speed events will follow the rules for 4-H and the OSRCA (www.osrca.com) rules.