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2017 Beef Cattle Prize List

172nd PETERBOROUGH EXHIBITION

August 10-13th, 2017


Sponsored By

Peterborough Agricultural Society

email: ptboex@nexicom.ca

Message from the Board of Directors

On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Peterborough Exhibition, I would like to welcome the beef cattle exhibitors to the Exhibition!

We are very pleased to once again be having our Supreme Awards and would like to thank all of our sponsors for the show!

The Board has been busy once again in the off season, re-negotiating our agreement with the City of Peterborough and are very excited to announce that a new agreement has been reached that will allow the Ex to move forward with all the new initiatives that we began last year to implement our strategic plan!

The Ex will be welcoming the LoblawsSuperdogs, RAM rodeo and Xtreme Cowboy again this year in addition to our various livestock competitions for everything from our beef cattle to numerousvarieties of horses to chickens to goats, sheep and rabbits and cavies.

The layout of the fair will be the same as last year with the midway in the Memorial Centre parking lot. Please be courteous to your fellow exhibitors and follow directions given when you arrive. We would like to try and avoid congestion and maintain flow through your set up and departure times.

The Morrow building will go through 2 cleanouts during the fair itself, so we ask that exhibitors be aware and avoid leaving garbage in the bedding as it is taken away for compost. We will have extra staff on duty to monitor and take away garbage during the day to help keep the barn as clean as possible.

PLEASE NOTE: due to the growth of this show we have felt it necessary to go back to a pre-entry ONLY format. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 2017.

ENTRIES THIS YEAR WILL BE DONE THROUGH ASSIST EXPO ONLINE. They will be receiving the entries and payment of fees and cataloguing the entries. This will greatly improve the efficiency of handling entries. If an exhibitor needs assistance, please contact the Exhibition staff at 705-742-5781.

If you need to speak with me about the show, please direct your call to the office or text me at 705-875-0518 and I will get back to you as soon as possible to BUT if you need me Tues or Wed before the show call the office directly as that will be the best way to get me.

Looking forward to the beginning of another great season of showing!

Helen Burgomaster

Executive Director Peterborough Agricultural Society



BEEF CATTLE

Pre –Entry is MANDATORY!

NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER

MONDAY, AUGUST
Entry fee 15% of Prize Money

Chairperson: Helen Burgomaster 705-799-1345

Committee – Dave Cavanagh, , Billy Elmhirst, Wyatt Burgomaster, Victoria McEldon,, Laura Robson

Entries online through Assist Expo



THURSDAY AUGUST 10, 2017

10:00 AM – 4-H SHOWMANSHIP

10:30 PM – PEE-WEE SHOWMANSHIP

10:45 AM – LORNE PIMMETT MEMORIAL CUP

11:00 AM – OPEN SHOW

4-H SHOWMANSHIP

SPONSORED BY ERNEST BOYLES AND SONS LTD.

- OPEN TO CURRENT 2014 4-H MEMBERS ENROLLED IN A 2014 BEEF CLUB

- 4-H MEMBERSHIP CARD TO BE SHOWN UPON ENTRY

JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP – 9-14 YEARS OF AGE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2017

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP – 15-17 YEARS OF AGE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2017

SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP – 18-21 YEARS OF AGE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2017

CHAMPION SHOWPERSON $100

RESERVE CHAMPION SHOWPERSON $75

  • Each division winner will receive a trophy
  • Each entrant will receive $10
  • Entries will be taken at ringside

THERE WILL BE SHOWMANSHIP FOR ONTARIO JUNIOR HEREFORD MEMBERS IT WILL RUN SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH THE 4-H SHOWMANSHIP AND YOU MUST REGISTER RINGSIDE FOR THIS CLASS AS WELL.

PEEWEE SHOWMANSHIP

SPONSORED BY ELM LODGE POLLED HEREFORDS & WORLD’S FINEST SHOWS

  • CLASSES WILL FOLLOW THE 4-H SHOWMANSHIP AND RUN PRIOR TO THE LORNE PIMMETT MEMORIAL
  • CLASSES OPEN TO CHILDREN 9 YEARS OF AGE AND UNDER, NOT YET ELIGIBLE FOR 4-H COMPETITION. CLASSES TO BE JUDGED ON THE CHILD’S ABILITY TO SHOW THEIR CALF
  • HANDLERS ARE ALLOWED IN THE RING TO ASSIST IF NEEDED.
  • ENTRIES WILL BE TAKEN AT RINGSIDE

Class 1: 7 years of age and under

Class 2: 8-9 years of age

One winner per class to receive a trophy

Each child will receive a prize and ribbon


LORNE PIMMETT MEMORIAL CUP

  • This class will be held annually at the Peterborough Exhibition just before the Open Show
  • This class is open to an active 4-H member.
  • The cup is awarded to the individual showing the best Shorthorn female.
  • The animal can be a heifer calf or yearling heifer.
  • This class is a conformation class.
  • The winner of this class will be awarded the cup to keep for year.
  • The cup is to be returned to the Exhibition office at the following year’s fair time.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

  • All entries must be made on printed entry forms enclosed or provided day of show.
  • Proof of valid liability insurance must be provided for each exhibitor. Please make sure that the Insurance Provider and Policy Number are included on the completed entry form.
  • A completed form signed by the owner must be made listing each animal entered in a section.
  • Each exhibitor must be a member of the Peterborough Agricultural Society - membership fee of $5.00 must accompany entry. (2017 Memberships were not deducted from 2016 prize money)
  • Each breeding unit is allowed a maximum of 10 exhibits, excluding the breeder’s herd and get of sire classes. NO ENTRIES WILL BE PROCESSED UNTIL ALL FEES ARE PAID IN FULL.
  • All exhibits must be owned and entered in the name of the exhibitor – exceptions in the get of sire and breeders herd classes.
  • All garbage and manure must be disposed of in designated areas or 25% of prize money will be withheld.
  • Barn space may be at a premium so it is advised that exhibitors stick to the posted stalling allotments and any adjustments must be made by a committee member that is on site – The barn will be open for stall set up Wednesday night after and not before 7pm!!
  • All animals must be on the grounds by 9am Thursday August 10, 2017 and may not depart until the conclusion of the Supreme championship classes
  • The show will commence at 11:00am sharp and we will rotate through all five breeds: Angus, Charolais, Hereford, Shorthorn and Simmental
  • All animals must be tattooed distinctly before the Exhibition and the tattoo must be legible – this includes natural, purebred calves – All competitors in the Supreme Championship will be subject to tattoo and paper check conducted by the attending veterinarian prior to entering the class, there will be no exceptions and the Hereford competitors will be required to go through this process even though the MOE show committee will be processing the Hereford cattle in the morning upon arrival
  • All animals are to be registered within their respective breed registry – Certificates of Registration are to be available for viewing and are to be brought to the ring for the Breeder’s Herd and Get of Sire Classes
  • A harness or number clip are to be used by the exhibitors to display ring numbers – correct numbers corresponding to animal showing ensures accurate recording of results
  • Any animal suffering from Pink Eye or Ringworm will not be permitted to the grounds or if admitted through oversight, on discovery of same, it shall forthwith be removed
  • The Agricultural Society will not be responsible for the consequences direct or indirect if any animal or exhibitor is so disqualified from competition

PRIZE MONEY SCHEDULE FOR OPEN SHOW BREED CLASSES:

1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH 10TH

$50 $40 $30 $20 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10

**please note the committee reserves the right to combine breeds if less than 24 animals are on exhibit in any given breed**


Class 16

A – Angus

B – Charolais – Ontario Point Show

C – Hereford – MARK OF EXCELLENCE (MOE SHOW)
The following items will be enforced as part of the 2017 MOE Season

  • 1) Show shirts/jackets, must be solid red in colour, not print or pattern, and must be worn
  • 2) Tattoos, will be checked. Must be tattooed and legible.
  • 3) Signage, Stall signs must be posted
  • 4) EPD’s, if available for the animal, must be posted on the stall sign.

D – Shorthorn

E – Simmental

Section:

1. Bull Calf – born on or after January 1, 2017
Bull Calf Champion & Reserve (Ribbons only)

2. Bull – Junior Yearling – born April 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016

3. Bull – Senior Yearling – born January 1, 2016- March 31, 2016
Junior Champion & Reserve (Ribbons only)

4. Bull – 2 year old – born January 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015
Senior Champion Bull & Reserve (Ribbons only)

5. Female Calf – born on or after January 1, 2017
Heifer Calf Champion & Reserve (Ribbons only)

6. Female Heifer – Junior heifer – born April 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016

7. Female Heifer – Senior heifer – born January 1, 2016 – March 31, 2016
Junior Champion & Reserve (Ribbons only)

8. Female – born January 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015 with her own 2017 natural, purebred, tattooed calf at foot. Female and calf to be shown as a unit except that calf is eligible to show as a single animal in section 10 and 11 only (Breeder’s Herd and Get of Sire)

9. Female – born prior to January 1, 2015 with her own 2017 natural, purebred, tattooed calf at foot. Female and calf to be shown as a unit except that the calf is eligible to show as a single animal in section 10 and 11 only (Breeder’s Herd and Get of Sire)

Senior Champion Female & Reserve (Ribbons only)

GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE AND RESERVE (Ribbons only)

10. Breeder’s Herd – A group of 4 animals bred by the exhibitor, both sexes represented – animals must have been shown in classes 1-9. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor

11. Get of Sire – A group of 4 animals from the same sire, both sexes represented.
Animals must have been exhibited in classes 1-9. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor.

BEEF CATTLE SPECIALS:

SUPREME CHAMPION AWARDS - $1000 TO SUPREME MALE AND FEMALE OF THE SHOW – CHAMPION BULLS AND FEMALES OF ALL 5 BREEDS WILL COMPETE IN A CLASS WITH EACH OTHER

LAVERNE MOORE MEMORIAL AWARDS - $50 ADDED PRIZE MONEY PAID TO THE EXHIBITOR OF THE BULL CALF CHAMPIONS IN EACH BREED SPONSORED BY RYAN MOORE

ROBSON ACRES PERPETUAL TROPHY – A TROPHY DONATED BY HAROLD R. HANCOCK, TO THE EXHIBITOR OF THE GRAND CHAMPION SHORTHORN FEMALE. THE TROPHY IS FOR PERPETUAL COMPETITION.

SHAW PERPETUAL SHORTHORN TROPHY – A TROPHY DONATED BY THE LATE MISS HELEN SHAW AND L.W. SHAW, TO THE GRAND CHAMPION SHORTHORM BULL. THE TROPHY IS FOR PERPETUAL COMPETITION

W.W. DONALDSON SPECIAL – PRESENTED TO THE WINNING SHORTHORN GET OF SIRE – DONATED BY THE LATE W.W. DONALDSON – THE TROPHY IS FOR PERPETUAL COMPETITION

MELVILLE H. PIMMETT – CHALLENGE TROPHY – DONATED BY MURRAY PIMMETT AND FAMILY FOR THE SUPREME SHORTHORN OF THE SHOW – THE TROPHY IS FOR PERPETUAL COMPETITION

WM. A. FREDERICKS MEMORIAL TROPHY – A PERPETUAL TROPHY TO THE EXHIBITOR OF THE HEREFORD HEIFER CALF CHAMPION BY THE FAMILY OF THE LATE WM. A. FREDERICKS – A $50 CASH PRIZE IS ALSO PRESENTED

THE COL. F.E. BEARDSALL MEMORIAL TROPHY – DONATED BY HAROLD ELMHIRST IN MEMORY OF THE LATE COL. F.E. BEARDSALL TO THE EXHIBITOR OF THE CHAMPION HEREFORD BULL – THE TROPHY FOR PERPETUAL COMPETITION

KEITH BROWN PERPETUAL HEREFORD TROPHY – DONATED BY KEITH BROWN TO THE EXHIBITOR OF THE WINNING HEREFORD GET OF SIRE – THE TROPHY IS FOR PERPETUAL COMPETITION

BARRYDALE TROPHY – DONATED BY VINCE BARRY, BARRYDALE FARMS TO THE EXHIBITOR OF THE CHAMPION ANGUS FEMALE – THE TROPHY IS FOR PERPETUAL COMPETITION

2017 Commercial Horse Prize List

172nd PETERBOROUGH EXHIBITION

August 10-13, 2017

Sponsored By

Peterborough Agricultural Society

Website: www.peterboroughag.ca

Email: ptboex@nexicom.net


GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS

1. All Livestock entries to be received at the Exhibition office by Friday August 4, 2017 unless otherwise stated.

2. All entries must be made on the printed entry form enclosed and include proof of insurance. Completed form signed by the owner must be made listing each animal entered in a section, including group sections. All entry fees are subject to HST. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT COMPLETED PAPERWORK, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE PROVIDED AND ALL MEMBERSHIP/ENTRY FEES PAID IN FULL.

3. In making entries, the name of the animal, the date of birth, colour, sex and in the case of pure-bred animals, the record number and the name and record number of birth sire and dam must be given.

4. All animals competing for prizes must be entered in the name of their bona fide owners at the time of making entry, except in the case of progeny, which need not necessarily be the property of the exhibitor.

5. Under no circumstances will articles which are offensive by reason of their odour, sound or appearance, or which are dangerous by reason of their combustible or explosive character, be accepted or admitted, and if any such be allowed admission, through misapprehension or acceptance, or otherwise, they may nevertheless be removed by order of the Board of Directors.

6. No animal suffering from contagious disease will be admitted or if admitted through oversight, on discovery of the same, it shall forthwith be removed.

7. All prize cards and ribbons that have been awarded by the judges must be displayed during the exhibition and no exhibitor will be allowed to display any award other than those awarded at the Peterborough Exhibition of 2016.

8. Each exhibitor must be a member of the Peterborough Agricultural Society. Membership fee of $5.00 must accompany entry if present year’s membership is not previously paid.

9. Prize money will be forwarded by the Secretary, to the address of the exhibitor given on the entry form. The Society reserves the right to pay prize money on a percentage basis dependant on revenue. Any prize money payable under $5.00 will not be mailed out to exhibitors. Exhibitors will be notified and arrangements can be made for the prize money to be picked up at the Peterborough Exhibition office.

10. The Peterborough Agricultural Society will take reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of the exhibits sent to the Exhibition, but the owners themselves must take the risks of exhibiting them; and should any exhibit or portion there-of be injured, lost or stolen, the Association will give assistance towards the recovery of the same, but will not be liable, or make any payment for the value thereof. The Peterborough Agricultural Society shall not be liable for any loss to an exhibitor occasioned by fire, accident, condition of structure, or the negligence of the other exhibitors of officials or otherwise.

11. In the absence of competition in any section, or if the stock or article exhibited be of inferior quality, the judges will award only such premiums as they deem the exhibit merits. The judges are particularly requested to conform to this regulation.

12. Judges will not award prizes to livestock that show evidence of tampering to improve their show appearance.

a. For Exhibition purposes “tampering” consists of any practice, or operation materially altering the structure or the natural conformation of any part of the animal’s body, or affecting some defect; for example, udder inflation; the introduction of air, liquids or any other substances subcutaneous in any part of the body; surgical operations to correct defects, or the performance of any act or operation to exaggerate the natural conformation of an animal, treatment of hair and horns excluded.

13. Any exhibitor lodging a protest must make a declaration in writing, and it must be delivered to the Manager within six hours of the cause of protest. It must state plainly the cause of complaint or appeal, and must be accompanied by a deposit of $10.00, which sum may, in the discretion of the Board of Directors, be forfeited to the association if the protest be not sustained.

14. Upon discovery of any fraud, misrepresentation, deception, or dishonest practice in the preparation, ownership, or entries of or concerning an animal, or article exhibited, which may have affected, or have been intended to affect the decision of the judge or judges. If it be proved to the satisfaction of the Board of Directors that an exhibitor has been guilty of any of the above named practices, the Board reserves the right to withhold payment of any prize awarded, and may prohibit any such exhibitor from exhibiting in any one class for one or more years.

15. Every exhibitor will comply with and shall be bound by the rules and conditions respecting the breed, class or section in which he or she is exhibiting as sent out in the prize list.

16. Should any question arise not provided for in the Rules and Regulations, the decision of the Board of

Directors shall be final.

17. In case of error made in prize money, a complaint must be registered within fourteen days of receiving the cheque.

18. Exhibitors of livestock will be given appropriate passes. Additional vehicle passes are available at the exhibition office for a fee of $15 each.

19. Animals entered for exhibit must arrive by time specified in the prize list and must remain until departure time as shown in the prize list. In case of emergency, approval to leave early must be obtained from the committee chairperson or the manager. Failure to comply will result in forfeit of prize money.

20. No smoking will be allowed in any building.

21. Animals must be kept under control at all times.

22. No dogs allowed on the fair grounds.

23. On arrival, the attendant will give the driver the location for parking the vehicle and the vehicle must be moved to the parking areas as soon as it is unloaded.

24. All exhibitors and participants must carry sufficient Public Liability Insurance. The society will not be responsible for accidents.

25. All exhibitors must carry a minimum of two million dollars Personal Liability Insurance.


Message from the Board of Directors

On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Peterborough Exhibition, I would like to welcome the commercial horse exhibitors to the Exhibition!

We are very honoured to once again host the Regional Commercial Horse show and thank the Commercial Horse Association for their sponsorship of their show! We have changed the dates of your show at your request to Saturday and Sunday.

The board of directors of the Exhibition have continued to work hard to implement our Strategic Plan. We have reached a new agreement with the City of Peterborough and look forward to concentrating on moving the Ex forward.

We will be hosting the Extreme cowboy competitors on Saturday and an Antique Car Show on Sunday, that will be sharing the field with you, so please follow the instructions given to you in terms of parking and traffic flow. The back roadway will only be open to exhibitors and foot traffic, it will not be open to traffic.

The Farmers Market will also be taking place Saturday morning and we will be trying to manage the flow of people out of your way so please try to co-operate with our posted volunteers.

New this year entries can be done online through Assist Expo, through the website peterboroughag.ca.

For exhibitors that are not internet compatible, manual entry forms can be turned in to the Ex office and we will make sure that they get entered for you. If you are filling out a manual form, please write “Commercial Horses “ across the top.

If myself or the Exhibition staff can be of any assistance, please contact us through the exhibition at Peterboroughag.ca or (705) 742-5781.

Helen Burgomaster

Director Peterborough Exhibition


Commercial Horses

SATURDAY, AUGUST 12TH, 2017
Start Time: 12:30 p.m. Hitch Classes

SUNDAY, AUGUST13th 2017
Start Time: 10:00 Line Classes
12:30 p.m. Hitch Classes

Entry Fees: $10.00 + HST per class, $7.00 + HST Junior Showmanship Halter Class

Entry Fees must accompany entry form.

Chair – Helen Burgomaster

Committee : Earl Cochrane NOTE: ENTRIES ONLINE THROUGH ASSIST EXPO through peterboroughag.ca



  • Each exhibitor must be a member of the Peterborough Agricultural Society - membership fee of $5.00 must accompany entry. (2016 Memberships were not deducted from 2017 prize money). NO ENTRIES WILL BE PROCESSED UNTIL ALL FEES ARE PAID IN FULL.
  • Exhibitors of horses will be issued appropriate passes.
  • Horse stalls will be assigned by the Barn Supervisor accordingly as entries are received.
  • Harness classes will be shown in front of the Grandstand.
  • Closing date for entries is Friday August 4, 2017.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

1. In all classes for registered horses, registration number in their respective Stud Books of the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation must be given on the entry form with the name and record number of both sire and dam. In the case of transfer of ownership, the necessary regulations must be completed with, and such transfer properly recorded previous to or under closing date of entries. Exhibitors must produce certified pedigree if required.

2. Horses will be measured by the Association’s Veterinary Surgeons from whose decision, upon the approval of the presiding judges, there will be no appeal.

3. For the purpose of this show a horse is over 14.2 hands and except where otherwise stated and standard of height for ponies shall be that required by the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation, namely; Hackney and Welsh ponies not to exceed 14.2 hands. No pony can be entered in any class calling for horses, and vice versa.

4. No horse will be allowed a premium unless sound, except in cases of stallions and brood mares, injured by accidents which do not lessen their usefulness.

5. A brood mare is one that has had and raised a foal during the current year. Exhibitors must produce evidence to the satisfaction of the judge or judges if necessary.

6. For the purpose of this show, a yeld mare is one four years or over that has not raised a foal in the current year.

7. In “progeny of dam” and “get of sire” sections, the animals must be recorded but not necessarily owned by the exhibitor, but must be entered, and shown in their respective section for single animals, and the name and number of the sire and dam respectively must be given at the time of making entry.

8. A Canadian-bred Horse shall be understood to be a horse bred and foaled in Canada.

9. The age of each animal will be calculated from the first of January of the year in which it was foaled. Exhibitors limited to TWO (2) entries in a section in each class.

10. No animal is allowed to compete in more than one class.


CLASS 11

COMMERCIAL LINE CLASSES

Line Classes to be shown Sunday, August 13th, 2017


SECTION1st2nd3rd4th5th6th

1. Foal of current year

$50

$40

$35

$30

$30

$25

2. Yearling

$50

$40

$35

$30

$30

$25

3. 2 year old

$50

$40

$35

$30

$30

$25

Jr. Champion - Rosettes Only

4. 3 year old

$50

$40

$35

$30

$30

$25

5. 4 year old or older - light

$50

$40

$35

$30

$30

$25

6. 4 year old or older - heavy

$50

$40

$35

$30

$30

$25

Sr. Champion - Rosettes only
Overall Champion - Rosettes only

7. Jr. Showmanship - 13 yrs & under $30 $25 $20 $15 $15 $15 $10 $10

8. Sr. Showmanship - 14 - 18 years $30 $25 $20 $15 $15 $15 $10 $10

Showmanship Championship - Rosettes only

9. Open Showmanship – open to all ages $10 to each entry (No entry fee)

Sponsored by Tim & Debra Post & Family in memory of Mervin & Lil Edgerton.

10. Costume Class – open to all ages $10 to each entry (No entry fee)

To be judged on originality of the costume and on the presentation. Will be shown at a walk both ways of the ring and lined up in the middle for judging. Costumes must be considered safe. You may have 2 people per entry. Sponsored by Jason & Jennifer Griffin & Family.

If an exhibitor is to show in a Junior class, they may not enter the Ladies driving class.


COMMERCIAL HITCH CLASSES

SECTION1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8th

11. Light Single

$65

$55

$45

$45

$45

$45

$45

$45

12. Heavy Single

$65

$55

$45

$45

$45

$45

$45

$45

13. Single Tandem

$65

$55

$45

$45

$455

$45

$45

$45

14. Light Team

$115

$100

$85

$70

$70

$60

$60

$60

15. Heavy Team

$115

$1000

$85

$70

$70

$60

$60

$60

16. Junior Team

$115

$100

$85

$70

$70

$60

$60

$60

17. Champion Team

$115

$100

$85

$70

$70

$60

$60

$60

Sponsored by the Cochrane family in memory of Russell & Ruby Cochrane.

18. Ladies Team $115 $100 $85 $70 $55 $50 $45 $40
Sponsored by the Cochrane family in memory of Lorna Davey.

SECTION1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8th

19. Junior Driver

$65

$55

$45

$45

$45

$45

$45$45

20. Unicorn Hitch

$135

$110

$90

$70

$60

$60

$60$60

21. Four Horse Hitch

$200

$165

$140

$110

$80

$80



22. Six Horse Hitch$300$250$225$175$150

23. Trioka Hitch$135$110$90$70$60$60$60


Hitch classes to be shown Saturday, August 12 and Sunday August 13.

Saturday
Light Team
Heavy Team
Junior Team Champion Team
Unicorn Hitch
Four Horse Hitch
Six Horse Hitch

Sunday
Light Single
Heavy Single
Single Tandem
Ladies Team
Junior Driver
Troika Hitch

Thank you to the Commercial Horse Association for their sponsorship towards our Commercial Horse Show.

2017 Dairy Cattle Prize List

172th PETERBOROUGH EXHIBITION
August 10-13th, 2017

Sponsored By:
Peterborough Agricultural Society
Website: www.peterboroughex.ca
Email: info@peterboroughex.ca

GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS

1. All Livestock entries to be received at the Exhibition office by August 6th, 2017 unless otherwise stated.
2. All entries must be made on the printed entry form enclosed and include proof of insurance. Completed form signed by the owner must be made listing each animal entered in a section, including group sections. All entry fees are subject to HST. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT COMPLETED PAPERWORK, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE PROVIDED AND ALL MEMBERSHIP/ENTRY FEES PAID IN FULL.
3. In making entries, the name of the animal, the date of birth, colour, sex and in the case of pure-bred animals, the record number and the name and record number of birth sire and dam must be given.
4. All animals competing for prizes must be entered in the name of their bona fide owners at the time of making entry, except in the case of progeny, which need not necessarily be the property of the exhibitor.
5. Under no circumstances will articles which are offensive by reason of their odour, sound or appearance, or which are dangerous by reason of their combustible or explosive character, be accepted or admitted, and if any such be allowed admission, through misapprehension or acceptance, or otherwise, they may nevertheless be removed by order of the Board of Directors.
6. No animal suffering from contagious disease will be admitted or if admitted through oversight, on discovery of the same, it shall forthwith be removed.
7. All prize cards and ribbons that have been awarded by the judges must be displayed during the exhibition and no exhibitor will be allowed to display any award other than those awarded at the Peterborough Exhibition of 2017.
8. Each exhibitor must be a member of the Peterborough Agricultural Society. Membership fee of $5.00 must accompany entry if present year’s membership is not previously paid.
9. Prize money will be forwarded by the Secretary, to the address of the exhibitor given on the entry form.
10. The Peterborough Agricultural Society will take reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of the exhibits sent to the Exhibition, but the owners themselves must take the risks of exhibiting them; and should any exhibit or portion there-of be injured, lost or stolen, the Association will give assistance towards the recovery of the same, but will not be liable, or make any payment for the value thereof. The Peterborough Agricultural Society shall not be liable for any loss to an exhibitor occasioned by fire, accident, condition of structure, or the negligence of the other exhibitors of officials or otherwise.
11. In the absence of competition in any section, or if the stock or article exhibited be of inferior quality, the judges will award only such premiums as they deem the exhibit merits. The judges are particularly requested to conform to this regulation.
12. Judges will not award prizes to livestock that show evidence of tampering to improve their show appearance.
a. For Exhibition purposes “tampering” consists of any practice, or operation materially altering the structure or the natural conformation of any part of the animal’s body, or affecting some defect; for example, udder inflation; the introduction of air, liquids or any other substances subcutaneous in any part of the body; surgical operations to correct defects, or the performance of any act or operation to exaggerate the natural conformation of an animal, treatment of hair and horns excluded.
13. Any exhibitor lodging a protest must make a declaration in writing, and it must be delivered to the Manager within six hours of the cause of protest. It must state plainly the cause of complaint or appeal, and must be accompanied by a deposit of $10.00, which sum may, in the discretion of the Board of Directors, be forfeited to the association if the protest be not sustained.
14. Upon discovery of any fraud, misrepresentation, deception, or dishonest practice in the preparation, ownership, or entries of or concerning an animal, or article exhibited, which may have affected, or have been intended to affect the decision of the judge or judges. If it be proved to the satisfaction of the Board of Directors that an exhibitor has been guilty of any of the above named practices, the Board reserves the right to withhold payment of any prize awarded, and may prohibit any such exhibitor from exhibiting in any one class for one or more years.
15. Every exhibitor will comply with and shall be bound by the rules and conditions respecting the breed, class or section in which he or she is exhibiting as sent out in the prize list.
16. Should any question arise not provided for in the Rules and Regulations, the decision of the Board of Directors shall be final.
17. In case of error made in prize money, a complaint must be registered within fourteen days of receiving the cheque.
18. Exhibitors of livestock will be given appropriate passes. Additional vehicle passes are available at the exhibition office for a fee of $15 each.
19. Animals entered for exhibit must arrive by time specified in the prize list and must remain until departure time as shown in the prize list. In case of emergency, approval to leave early must be obtained from the committee chairperson or the manager. Failure to comply will result in forfeit of prize money.
20. No smoking will be allowed in any building.
21. Animals must be kept under control at all times.
22. No dogs allowed on the fair grounds.
23. On arrival, the attendant will give the driver the location for parking the vehicle and the vehicle must be moved to the parking areas as soon as it is unloaded.
24. All exhibitors and participants must carry sufficient Public Liability Insurance. The society will not be responsible for accidents.
25. All exhibitors must carry a minimum of two million dollars Personal Liability Insurance.

Holstein

Classes:

1. Junior Calf

Born March 1st, 2017 - May 31st, 2017

2. Intermediate Calf

Born December 2016, January or February 2017

3. Senior Calf

Born September, October or November 2016

4. Summer Yearling

Born June, July or August 2016

5. Junior Yearling

Born March, April or May 2016

7. Intermediate Yearling

Born December 2015, January or February 2016

8. Senior Yearling

Born September, October or November 2015

11. Junior Breeder's Herd

3 Animals All Bred by the Exhibitor, at Least One Owned by the Exhibitor

12. Junior 2 year old

Born Between March 1st, 2015 and August 31st, 2015

13. Senior 2 year old

Born Between September 1st, 2014 and February 28th, 2015

14. Junior 3 year old

Born Between March 1st, 2014 and August 31st, 2014

15. Senior 3 year old

Born Between September 1st, 2013 and February 28th, 2014

16. 4 year old

Born Between September 1st, 2012 and August 31st, 2013

17. 5 year old

Born Between September 1st, 2011 and August 31st, 2012

18. Mature Cow

Born Before September 1st, 2011

19. Life Production 60 000 Kg and Up

22. Progeny of Dam

20. Breeder's Herd

3 Animals from the same Breeding Unit.; Exhibitor Must Own at Least 1.

2017 Goat

Prize List

172nd PETERBOROUGH EXHIBITION

August 10-13, 2017

Sponsored By

Peterborough Agricultural Society

Website: www.peterboroughag.ca

Email: ptboex@nexicom.net


GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS

1. All Livestock entries to be received at the Exhibition office by Friday August 4, 2017 unless otherwise stated.

2. All entries must be made on the printed entry form enclosed. Completed form signed by the owner must be made listing each animal entered in a section, including group sections. All entry fees are subject to HST. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT COMPLETED PAPERWORK AND ALL MEMBERSHIP/ENTRY FEES PAID IN FULL.

3. In making entries, the name of the animal, the date of birth, colour, sex and in the case of pure-bred animals, the record number and the name and record number of birth sire and dam must be given.

4. All animals competing for prizes must be entered in the name of their bona fide owners at the time of making entry, except in the case of progeny, which need not necessarily be the property of the exhibitor.

5. Under no circumstances will articles which are offensive by reason of their odour, sound or appearance, or which are dangerous by reason of their combustible or explosive character, be accepted or admitted, and if any such be allowed admission, through misapprehension or acceptance, or otherwise, they may nevertheless be removed by order of the Board of Directors.

6. No animal suffering from contagious disease will be admitted or if admitted through oversight, on discovery of the same, it shall forthwith be removed.

7. All prize cards and ribbons that have been awarded by the judges must be displayed during the exhibition and no exhibitor will be allowed to display any award other than those awarded at the Peterborough Exhibition of 2017.

8. Each exhibitor must be a member of the Peterborough Agricultural Society. Membership fee of $5.00 must accompany entry if present year’s membership is not previously paid.

9. Prize money will be forwarded by the Secretary, to the address of the exhibitor given on the entry form.

10. The Peterborough Agricultural Society will take reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of the exhibits sent to the Exhibition, but the owners themselves must take the risks of exhibiting them; and should any exhibit or portion there-of be injured, lost or stolen, the Association will give assistance towards the recovery of the same, but will not be liable, or make any payment for the value thereof. The Peterborough Agricultural Society shall not be liable for any loss to an exhibitor occasioned by fire, accident, condition of structure, or the negligence of the other exhibitors of officials or otherwise.

11. In the absence of competition in any section, or if the stock or article exhibited be of inferior quality, the judges will award only such premiums as they deem the exhibit merits. The judges are particularly requested to conform to this regulation.

12. Judges will not award prizes to livestock that show evidence of tampering to improve their show appearance.

a. For Exhibition purposes “tampering” consists of any practice, or operation materially altering the structure or the natural conformation of any part of the animal’s body, or affecting some defect; for example, udder inflation; the introduction of air, liquids or any other substances subcutaneous in any part of the body; surgical operations to correct defects, or the performance of any act or operation to exaggerate the natural conformation of an animal, treatment of hair and horns excluded.

13. Any exhibitor lodging a protest must make a declaration in writing, and it must be delivered to the Manager within six hours of the cause of protest. It must state plainly the cause of complaint or appeal, and must be accompanied by a deposit of $10.00, which sum may, in the discretion of the Board of Directors, be forfeited to the association if the protest be not sustained.

14. Upon discovery of any fraud, misrepresentation, deception, or dishonest practice in the preparation, ownership, or entries of or concerning an animal, or article exhibited, which may have affected, or have been intended to affect the decision of the judge or judges. If it be proved to the satisfaction of the Board of Directors that an exhibitor has been guilty of any of the above named practices, the Board reserves the right to withhold payment of any prize awarded, and may prohibit any such exhibitor from exhibiting in any one class for one or more years.

15. Every exhibitor will comply with and shall be bound by the rules and conditions respecting the breed, class or section in which he or she is exhibiting as sent out in the prize list.

16. Should any question arise not provided for in the Rules and Regulations, the decision of the Board of Directors shall be final.

17. In case of error made in prize money, a complaint must be registered within fourteen days of receiving the cheque.

18. Exhibitors of livestock will be given appropriate passes. Additional vehicle passes are available at the exhibition office for a fee of $15 each.

19. Animals entered for exhibit must arrive by time specified in the prize list and must remain until departure time as shown in the prize list. In case of emergency, approval to leave early must be obtained from the committee chairperson or the manager. Failure to comply will result in forfeit of prize money.

20. No smoking will be allowed in any building.

21. Animals must be kept under control at all times.

22. No dogs allowed on the fair grounds.

23. On arrival, the attendant will give the driver the location for parking the vehicle and the vehicle must be moved to the parking areas as soon as it is unloaded.

24. All exhibitors and participants must carry sufficient Public Liability Insurance. The society will not be responsible for accidents.

25. All exhibitors must carry a minimum of one million dollars Personal Liability Insurance.


GOAT SHOW

SUNDAY AUGUST 13, 2017 START TIME: 10am

Closing date for entries Friday August 4, 2017

Chairpersons: Adam and Kristen Craig counterdog@hotmail.com Committee: Helen Burgomaster, Victoria McEldon, Laura Robson and Barry VanCamp


  • All entries are to be forwarded to Assist Expo online entries through the Exhbiition website. www.peterboroughag.ca.

  • Each exhibitor must be a member of the Peterborough Agricultural Society - membership fee of $5.00 must accompany entry. NO ENTRIES WILL BE PROCESSED UNTIL ALL FEES ARE PAID IN FULL.

  • The Peterborough Exhibition is pleased to welcome the dairy goat exhibitors back to the Exhibition this year!! The Exhibition is also pleased to be hosting the Peterborough 4H Goat Club Achievement Day!! The 4H Goat Club classes will be run in addition to the Open Goat Show program and will be open only to the members of the Peterborough County Goat club so that those members may complete their Achievement Program.

Judging to begin at 10:00a.m.

Show Chairpersons: Adam & Kristen Craig

CLASS ORDER WILL BE LISTED ON SHOW DAY WITH ALL MILKERS IN THE AM AND DRY DOES IN THE AFTERNOON.

Rules and Regulations

1. This show is a sanctioned show.

All CGS rules apply. WHITES ARE REQUIRED.

Sponsored by Peacock Meadows

2. Animals must be on the grounds by 9:00a.m. and must remain until 5:00 p.m.

3. Exhibitors are not limited to the number of entries per class.

4. The date for computing age is August 7th.

5. Milk does must be milked dry 24 hours before judging begins. Goats with hard or distended udders will be disqualified.

6. Animals with horns will be disqualified.

7. All animals shown in special classes must have been shown in their regular classes.

8. Maximum stall signage of 3x3 Ft

PRIZE MONEY

1st - $25. 2nd - $18 3rd - $15

4th - $12. 5th - $9.

SECTIONS

A - Alpine sponsored by Cam and Alice Stewart

B - La Mancha sponsored by Lakefield pet food supplies

C - Nubian sponsored by Lakefield pet food supply

D - Saanen

E - Oberhasli

F -Recorded Grade

G -Nigerian dwarf

CLASSES

1. Doe kid under 6 months

2. Doe kid 6 – 12 months

3. Doe kid 12 – 24 months

4. Junior Champion & Reserve Junior Champion (Rosettes)

5. Milk doe 1 – 2 years

6. Milk doe 2 – 3 years

7. Milk doe 3 – 5 years

8. Milk doe 5 years and older

9. Senior Champion & Reserve Senior Champion (Rosettes)

10. Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion (Rosettes)

11 Kids costume class 18 and under (sponsored by SGP electrical

12 Junior showmanship 10 and under

13 Senior showmanship 11-18

Showmanship classes sponsored by Everlilly maples Nigerian Dwarf goats

SPECIALS All breeds

Best Junior Doe in Show - $25.

Best Senior Doe in Show - $25.

2017 Heavy Horse Prize List

172nd PETERBOROUGH EXHIBITION

August 10-13, 2017