2019 Agriculture Department

Immediate Past President: Chad Findlay
President: Doug Norton
Vice-President: Ryan Foley
1st Vice President: Neil Falls
Directors: Brent Palsson, James Daley, Jon Daley, Kyle Rivington, Scott Moore, Mike Jensen, Charles Caldwell, Stephen Johnston, Desmond Dean
Associate Directors: Jason Nicholson, Kevin Potter, Jason Kemp, Joey Wilson

Heavy Horse

HEAVY HORSE DEPARTMENT

Directors in Charge: James Daley jamesodaley@hotmail.com
Jon Daley jonpatrickdaley@gmail.com

If you have any questions, please contact the Directors in Charge.

Make your entries online at carpfair.ca

THANK YOU TO THE KARSON GROUP FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE CARP FAIR HEAVY HORSE SHOW

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. Ages of all horses and foals will be reckoned from January 1st of the current year.
  2. Only Original Certificates of Registration will be accepted for horses entered in classes that are designated “registered”. Prize money won in these classes will not be paid until all Certificates of Registration are presented to the Carp Fair Office.
  3. Any driven entry must have another capable driver only with them. Under no circumstances are there to be other persons inside the ring while judging is taking place, except officials, judges and handlers.
  4. Under no circumstances – No riders in wagons other than the two capable drivers.
  5. All cart classes must have a capable driver and handler inside ring.
  6. Stall fees are $ 8.00 per day or $ 16.00 for the weekend in the barn. Line Horses will be allowed in the barn only if space is available on Saturday and Sunday. Only those stall reservations made through the Carp Fair Office, submitted with the entry forms will be honoured on a first come basis. Stall fees cheques can be post-dated until September 6th, 2019. The First 22 Entries of 6 Horse Hitch will get stalls – at Directors Discretion.
  7. Ring numbers will be available from the Directors in the centre ring announcers booth in the Heavy Horse Ring.
  8. Exhibitors are required to forward proof of liability insurance for the current year for all animals being shown at fairs with the entry forms. Entries will not be processed until this information is received, and are subject to late entry fees.
  9. Separate entry forms are to be used for each exhibitor please.
  10. Manual Entries close on Friday, September 6th, 2019. ONLINE Entries will close Sunday, September 22nd, 2019. Entries will not be taken over the phone. Any entries made after Friday, Sept. 13th, 2019 – Passes will not be mailed out. Exhibitors are required to pick up at the fair office.
  11. Entry fees are 15% of the prize money awarded. The penalty for late entry, made after September 22nd, 2019 until the day of the show, is an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.
  12. Due to time restriction – show proceeds rain or shine.
  13. It will be decided at show time if the show will proceed. Carp Agricultural Society will have the final say on the show.
  14. PROFESSIONAL SHOWMANSHIP IS REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES.
  15. All DUSTING must be done outside of buildings.
  16. Carp Fair strongly encourages the influenza vaccine for horses.
  17. No cross tying in the barns.
  18. Carp Fair reserves the right to request a veterinary health check of any animal on our grounds.


ATTENTION:

To be eligible for prize money, each breed must be shown separately and have at least:

  1. Three exhibitors per breed.
  2. Twenty (20) animals per breed exhibited at Class A Fairs, of which Carp is one. If these requirements are not met by the individual breeds, only half of the prize money will be paid.

DEFINITIONS:

  1. For the purpose of the classifications, an exhibit shall be interpreted as follows: All purebred registered animals, whether owned by one person or by more than one person (individually or jointly), are considered to be the production of the farm or breeding unit on which they are maintained.
  2. For the purpose of the Classifications, a breeding unit is defined as follows: In each classification where the same or common interests are involved in more than one breeding operation, such operations are considered as one breeding unit. In all cases where there is any doubt that more than one breeding unit exists, the interpretation shall be that only one breeding unit exists. The responsibility of proof of separation of breeding units shall rest with the exhibitor(s).
  3. A breeding unit may show two animals in any three classes and only one animal in the balance of the breeding classes up to 10 animals per breeding unit.
  4. All exhibits must be owned and registered in the name of the exhibitor. Note exception of the Get-of-Sire class.
  5. No animal may be shown in more than one class except for the Get-of-Sire, Progeny of Dam or Stallion and Three Mares classes.
  6. There shall be not more than one entry per exhibitor in the Get-of-Sire, Progeny of Dam or Stallion and Three Mares classes.
  7. No children under age of 10 on wagons or carts, with exception of junior classes.
  8. Stalls for Heavy Horse Hitches take precedence over Line Class Horses
  9. Stalls for Weekend Exhibitors – Saturday/Sunday will not be available until after Friday night at 7:00 pm. Line Class exhibitors, please vacate your stall by 6:00 pm.

2019 EBERLGO DRAFT HORSE CHALLENGE

OPEN TO CANADIAN OWNED HORSES ONLY

2 Regional Division Champions – Atlantic, Central, will be featured in the Winter Issue Draft Horse Journal; $1,000.00 regional cash awards; product, ribbon and sash presentations throughout the 5 show circuit;

2019 CENTRAL SITE SELECTIONS

Central Team Lead and Contact: Don McWilliams (416) 801-1994
Essa Canadian National Draft Horse Exhibition, August 3-4, Navan Fair, August 8-11.
Carp Fair, Sept. 26-29, Norfolk County Fair (Simcoe), Oct. 8-14, Rockton Fair, Oct 10-14

PLAYING FIELD
Open to all draft breeds, all ages, all genders. The exhibit is subject to show approval. Clydesdale/ Shires will show and be judged as one breed with the exception of Olds Agricultural Society Fair and Calgary Stampede. At these two shows, the Clydesdale and Shire breeds will be judged separately.

POINT ALLOCATION SYSTEM

Breed Level: Championship classes per gender earn points.

Champion Stallion (Mares) (Geldings) – 3 points each gender. Reserve Champion Stallion (Mares) (Geldings) – 2 points each gender.

Supreme Level: These points are awarded from championship class winners. For example, 2 Stallions (champion and reserve), 2 Mares, (champion and reserve) and 2 Geldings (champion and reserve) are eligible for Supreme, Reserve Supreme and Honorable Mention for the breed. The Supreme moves on to the Ultimate level.

SUPREME OF BREED

1st Place – 3 points (advances to the Ultimate Class) Receives ribbon award
2nd Place – 2 points
3rd Place – 1 point

ULTIMATE LEVEL

1st Place – 3 points Receives Neck Sash award.
2nd Place – 2 points
3rd Place – 1 point

Sponsored by Eberglo Liquid Vitamin & Mineral Supplement for Horses. www.natureswave.ca

EASTERN REGIONAL CLYDESDALE ASSOCIATION SHOW

Friday, September 27th, 2019

Judging begins at 9:30 a.m.

Judge: Freeman Yoder, Hooper, Utah

The Carp Agricultural Society gratefully acknowledges the generous donation towards the prize money made by the Eastern Regional Clydesdale Association in the amount of $1,500.00.

Eastern Regional Clydesdale Association requires those exhibitors showing animals in the following classes be members of their Association. Memberships can be acquired from the Clydesdale Secretary.


Prize Money is listed below, unless noted by individual classes. Ribbons to 5th place. Ribbons only to the Championship Classes.

Prizes: 1st: $100, 2nd: $90, 3rd: $75, 4th: $65, 5th: $60, 6th: $50, 7th: $45, 8th: $40, 9th: $30, 10th: $25 – Unless otherwise noted

Classes:

100.

Brood Mare- Mare that shows evidence of having a foal during the current year.

Sponsorship: Rivington Homes Ltd., Doug Rivington & Connie & Steve Howie, Carp

101.

Filly Foaled in 2019- Registration papers must be shown.

Sponsorship: Roger A. Harris – Law Office, Roger A. Harris, Stittsville, Trophy: Donated by Gordon, Valerie & Blake Carruthers , Carp

Gordon Carruthers Memorial Trophy will be presented to the exhibitor with the best filly of the current year.

102.

Filly Foaled in 2018-

Sponsorship: Shouldice Mechanical Inc., Paul Shouldice, Carp

103.

Filly Foaled in 2017-

Sponsorship: Campbell Fuels Inc., Russ Campbell, Arnprior

JUNIOR CHAMPION FILLY AND RESERVE

Trophy: Memorial trophy donated by Lori Ierullo, In Loving Memory of Archie Hawthorne, Gerry & Arlene Wyman

104.

Filly Foaled In 2016-

Sponsorship: Bruce Mechanical Ltd., Bruce Baskin, Dunrobin, Blair Armstrong, Woodlawn

105.

Yeld Mare Foaled In 2015, 2014, Or 2013-

Sponsorship: Campbell Fuels Inc., Russ Campbell, Arnprior

106.

Aged Yeld Mare 7 years or older-

Sponsorship: West Carleton Drug Mart Pharmasave, Carp, Steve Barrie Backhoe & Shovel Rental, Steve Barrie, Carp

SENIOR CHAMPION MARE AND RESERVE

GRAND CHAMPION MARE AND RESERVE John & Ruby Armstrong Memorial Trophy

Sponsorship: Doug & Laurie Armstrong, Kinburn, Donated and presented by Doug & Laurie Armstrong, Warren & Colleen Hummel & families

Classes:

107.

Canadian Bred Mares-

Prizes: 1st: $100, 2nd: $80, 3rd: $70, 4th: $50, others: $40

Sponsorship: Clydesdale Horse Association of Canada, Melancthon

One of the many ways the Clydesdale Horse Association of Canada works to promote the breed is through the continued support of breed shows and classes, including the Canadian Bred Mare Class.

Quality dams are the foundation of the national herd, and the class is held at seven shows across Canada to promote, and recognize the country’s best mares.

Rules: Bred, Born, Registered in Canada and owned solely by Canadian(s), no entry fee for the class, Mare must also participate in her age appropriate class, to enter the Canadian Bred Mare Class. The Mare may win at more than one show, but may only win once at any particular show.

BEST CANADIAN BRED MARE Banner provided by Clydesdale Horse Association of Canada

108.

Stallion Foaled in 2019- Must be shown on a halter. Registration papers must be shown.

Sponsorship: Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp, W.O. Stinson & Son Ltd., Eric Stinson, Ottawa

109.

Champion Foal of current year, winner of class 101 or 108-

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $55, 3rd: $45, 4th: $35, 5th: $25, others: $20

Sponsorship: Whelan Truck Repair, Greg Whelan, Carp, JWK Utilities & Site Service Ltd., Jason Kemp, Carp

110.

Stallion Foaled in 2018-

Sponsorship: West Carleton Electric Ltd, Dale Hanna, Woodlawn

111.

Stallion Foaled in 2017-

Sponsorship: Carp Pizza, Channa Pererd, Carp

JUNIOR CHAMPION STALLION AND RESERVE

112.

Stallion Foaled in 2016-

Sponsorship: Irish Hills Golf & Country Club, Carp, Labatt Brewing Company Ltd., Chris Wright, Ottawa

113.

Stallion Foaled before January 1, 2016-

Sponsorship: West Physio Carp, Stittsville, Kanata, Arnprior, Lisa Kyte, Carp

SENIOR CHAMPION STALLION AND RESERVE- Wallace Armstrong Memorial Trophy

Trophy: Donated and presented by Ola Armstrong, Arnprior, ON

GRAND CHAMPION STALLION AND RESERVE- Archie Hawthorne & Bev Griffith Memorial Trophy Note: The horses shown in Class 114 & 115 must be from Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec, and shown in at least 2 previous shows of the current year. Members residing within radius of 150 miles of Carp, Ontario

Trophy: Presented by Lianne Johnston, Arnprior, ON donated in loving memory of her daughter, Rita Johnston

114.

Two Animals- 2 years old and under – either sex – one of each age. To be judged 50% on each horse.

Prizes: 1st: $100, 2nd: $95, 3rd: $80, 4th: $70, 5th: $65, 6th: $55, 7th: $50, 8th: $45, 9th: $35, others: $30

Sponsorship: Stan & Bev Cowan, Woodlawn

115.

Mare and Her Foal- Both to be shown, Judged 50% on mare, 50% on foal.

Sponsorship: Gemmill Sand & Gravel Ltd., Scott Gemmill, Snow Road Station, Voucher: Barry Black, Cheryl Black And Their Families, Stittsville, In MEMORY OF DONALD AND LORNA BLACK

116.

Get Of Sire- 3 animals, any age, the get of one sire. Each animal must have been shown in its own single class. At least one animal must be owned and registered in the exhibitors’ name.

Sponsorship: Fred & Jill Caldwell And Family, Carp

117.

Progeny of Dam- 2 animals, any age, progeny of one dam. Each animal must have shown its own single class. Both animals must be owned and registered in the exhibitor’s name.

Sponsorship: Barry Black, Cheryl Black And Their Families, Stittsville, Reyes Maintenance Service Inc., Lucio Reyes, Nepean, Voucher: Barry Black, Cheryl Black And Their Families, Stittsville, In MEMORY OF LEVI AND VELMA BLACK

118.

Stallion and Three Mares- Each animal must be owned and registered in the name of exhibitor. Each animal must have been shown in its own single class.

Sponsorship: Argue Construction Ltd., Shawn Argue, Carp

119.

Showmanship, Boy or Girl, Ages 14 and under -Showing Clydesdales

Prizes: 1st: $35, 2nd: $25, others: $22

Sponsorship: Eastern Regional Clydesdale Assoc., Gord Carruthers, Carp, Trophy: Eastern Regional Clydesdale Assoc., Gord Carruthers, Carp

120.

Showmanship, Boy or Girl, 15-18 years – Showing Clydesdales

Prizes: 1st: $35, 2nd: $25, others: $22

Sponsorship: Eastern Regional Clydesdale Assoc., Gord Carruthers, Carp, Trophy: Eastern Regional Clydesdale Assoc., Gord Carruthers, Carp

121.

Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 1 or 2 years old-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: CDS Building Movers, John Sweetnam, Stittsville

122.

Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 3 years old-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Earl Stanley, Edwards

123.

Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 4 years or older-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: Jim & Shirley Grant, Carp

124.

Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding, 4 years or older-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: West Physio Carp, Stittsville, Kanata, Arnprior, Lisa Kyte, Carp, Roger A. Harris – Law Office, Roger A. Harris, Stittsville

CHAMPION GELDING AND RESERVE

Trophy: Mementos Unlimited, David White, Stittsville

SUPREME CHAMPION Junior Heatlie Memorial Trophy – Donated and presented by his family

SUPREME CHAMPION – ALL BREED HORSE- Supreme Horse Open- The Supreme Champion Clydesdale, Belgian, and Percheron- Best Horse of all breeds shown on Friday. Trophy provided by The Kealey Family, Smiths Falls

125.

Clydesdale Purebred Team of Mares-

Prizes: 1st: $80, 2nd: $70, 3rd: $60, 4th: $50

Sponsorship: Ron’s Pumping Service, Rick & Joanne Lindsay, Pakenham, Rampton Resource Group Inc., Vern Rampton, Carp, Trophy: Silver Creek Ranch, Mandi Dupuis, Carp

126.

All Breed Purebred Mare Cart class-

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $45, others: $40

Sponsorship: Cole Funeral Services, Laurie Cole, Ottawa

127.

Clydesdale Purebred Mare Cart class-

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $45, others: $40

Sponsorship: Century 21 – John Devries Ltd., Sheila Devries/Joyce Armstrong, Kanata, Harry Poole, Kemptville, Trophy: Harry Poole, Kemptville

130.

North American Cart Classic Series – All Breed Purebred Open Cart class- Open show in which any hitch has a chance to participate. Designed to show a free, easy-moving individual that is relaxed, with alert ears, moving balanced with a non intimidated, forward way of going and bright and responsive to the driver at various gaits. All breeds, all sexes to show in the same class. Must comply to North American Six-Horse Hitch Classic Series rules.

Prizes: 1st: $250, 2nd: $150, 3rd: $100, 4th: $75, 5th: $75, 6th: $75, 7th: $75, 8th: $75, 9th: $75, 10th: $75

Sponsorship: D & J Transportation, Derek Crosby, Kinburn, Trophy: D & J Transportation, Derek Crosby, Kinburn

EASTERN REGIONAL PERCHERON ASSOCIATION SHOW

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2019

Judging begins at 10:30 a.m.

Judge: Jim Lane, Birtle, Manitoba

The Carp Agricultural Society gratefully acknowledges the generous donation towards the prize money made by the Eastern Regional Percheron Association in the amount of $1,500.00.

Prize Money is listed below, unless noted by individual classes. Ribbons to 5th place. Ribbons only to the Championship Classes.

Prizes: 1st: $100, 2nd: $90, 3rd: $75, 4th: $65, 5th: $60, 6th: $50, 7th: $45, 8th: $40, 9th: $30, 10th: $25 – Unless otherwise noted

Classes:

140.

Brood Mare- Mare that shows evidence of having a foal during the current year.

Sponsorship: KE Electrical Ltd., Gordon Kemp, Carp

141.

Filly Foaled in 2019- Must be shown on a halter. Registration forms must be shown.

Sponsorship: Weatherwall (Ottawa) Enclosures Inc., John S. Caldwell, Carp, 5 Span Feed & Seed Inc., Murray McGregor, Pakenham

142.

Filly Foaled in 2018-

Sponsorship: Roger A. Harris – Law Office, Roger A. Harris, Stittsville, Rescue Auto Detail, Clint Gilbert, Carp

143.

Filly Foaled in 2017-

Sponsorship: TNT Tile & Marble Inc., Jason Talbot, Carp

JUNIOR CHAMPION FILLY AND RESERVE- In memory of Darryl Kealey

Trophy: Donated and presented by the Kealey Family, Smiths Falls

144.

Filly Foaled in 2016-

Sponsorship: Scotiabank, Christene Coulas, Carp

145.

Yeld Mare Foaled in 2015 – 2010-

Sponsorship: Myers Kanata Chev-Buick-GMC, Nick Lovegrove, Kanata

146.

Aged Yeld Mare 9 Years or Older-

Sponsorship: Coldwell Banker Valley Wide Real Estate, Jennifer Spratt, Arnprior

SENIOR CHAMPION MARE AND RESERVE

Sponsorship: Keith & Joy Drynan, Almonte

GRAND CHAMPION MARE AND RESERVE

Sponsorship: Fadi’s Fabulous Foods, Fadi Baroud, North Gower, Trophy: Fadi’s Fabulous Foods, Fadi Baroud, North Gower

147.

Stallion Foaled in 2019- Must be shown on a halter. Registration papers must be shown.

Sponsorship: All In One Septic & Excavation, Doug Norton, Carp

148.

Stallion Foaled in 2018-

Sponsorship: W.O. Stinson & Son Ltd., Eric Stinson, Ottawa

149.

Stallion Foaled in 2017-

Sponsorship: TNT Tile & Marble Inc., Jason Talbot, Carp

JUNIOR CHAMPION STALLION AND RESERVE

150.

Stallion Foaled In 2016-

Sponsorship: Kinburn Plumbing and Heating Ltd., David Cousens, Kinburn

151.

Stallion Foaled before January 1, 2016-

Sponsorship: Grenville Mutual Insurance Company, Ross Lincoln, Kemptville, Rivington Homes Ltd., Doug Rivington & Connie & Steve Howie, Carp

SENIOR CHAMPION STALLION AND RESERVE

GRAND CHAMPION STALLION AND RESERVE- In loving memory of Roy Lackey

Trophy: Presented by his daughters Colleen & Heather Lackey

152.

Junior Showmanship- Ages 7 to 13 years old at January 1st of the current year, must show a Percheron Horse Showing a draft horse on the line, with the following areas to be considered: walk, trot, turn, watching judge, backup, presentation, suitability of showperson to horse, handling, appearance and proper dress, ability to handle and control horse and protective footwear. Exhibitors must be a member of the O.P.H.A. ($5.00 Junior membership fee is due by May 1st to be eligible to participate). Junior/Senior showing a Percheron horse in this class will receive points towards the Ontario Percheron Horse Association Showmanship Program. Exhibitors may show in as many shows as they wish but only the best 6 scores will count towards the year end points awards. NOTE: You may show any Percheron horse excluding stallions one year of age and up.

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: Eastern Regional Percheron Assoc., Todd Grier, Lansdowne, Trophy: David S. Graham, Ashton

The Judge will decide from Class 152 & 153 which showperson will show in the Grand Champion Showperson Final Class

153.

Showmanship Class- Ages 14 – 20 years of age at January 1st of the current year Must show a Percheron Horse, same rules and regulations as Class 152.
The Judge will decide from Class 152 & 153 which showperson will show in the Grand Champion Showperson Final Class.

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: Eastern Regional Percheron Assoc., Todd Grier, Lansdowne, Trophy: David S. Graham, Ashton

CHAMPION SHOWPERSON AND RESERVE

154.

Get Of Sire- 3 animals, any age, the get of one sire. Each animal must have been shown in their own single class. At least one animal must be owned and registered in the name of the exhibitor.

Sponsorship: All In One Septic & Excavation, Doug Norton, Carp

155.

Progeny of Dam- 2 animals any age, progeny of dam. Each animal must have been shown in their own single class. Both animals must be owned and registered in the name of the exhibitor.

Sponsorship: Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd., Thomas Cavanagh, Ashton

156.

Stallion and Three Mares- Each animal must be owned and registered in the name of the exhibitor. Each animal must have been shown in their single class.

Sponsorship: All In One Septic & Excavation, Doug Norton, Carp

157.

Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 1 or 2 years old-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean

158.

Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding 3 years old-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: West Carleton Drug Mart Pharmasave, Carp

159.

Light Draft Mare or Gelding 4 years old or older-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: TNT Tile & Marble Inc., Jason Talbot, Carp

160.

Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or older-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: Carp View Farm, Doug Rivington, Carp

CHAMPION GELDING AND RESERVE

SUPREME CHAMPION- Lloyd McOuatt Memorial Trophy

Trophy: Barry & Paulette McOuatt & Family, Arnprior

SUPREME CHAMPION – ALL BREED HORSE Supreme Horse Open – The Supreme Champion Clydesdale, Belgian and Percheron Best Horse of all breeds shown on Friday at Carp Fair.

Trophy: Donated and presented by the Kealey Family, Smiths Falls

ALL HITCH CLASSES MUST HAVE TWO CAPABLE DRIVERS PER WAGON

161.

Purebred Team of Percheron Mares- Must be owned and registered in the name of the exhibitor

Prizes: 1st: $90, 2nd: $75, 3rd: $65, 4th: $55, others: $45

Sponsorship: Coady Construction Ltd., Gary Coady, Kanata, Myers Kanata Chev Buick GMC, Randy Quinn, Kanata, Trophy: Coady Construction Ltd., Gary Coady, Kanata

162.

Junior Percheron Cart Class- Ages 13 – 18 Years as of January 1st of current year. Prize Money will be divided equally among the exhibitors competing.

Prize: $100

Sponsorship: Myers Kanata Chev-Buick-GMC, Nick Lovegrove, Kanata

130.

North American Cart Class Series – All Bred Purebred Open Cart Class Open show in which any hitch has a chance to participate. Designed to show a free, easy-moving individual that is relaxed, with alert ears, moving balanced with a non-intimidated, forward way of going and bright and responsive to the driver at various gaits. All breeds, all sexes to show in the same class. Must comply to North American Six-Horse Hitch Classic Series rules.

Prizes: 1st: $250, 2nd: $150, 3rd: $100, 4th: $75, 5th: $75, 6th: $75, 7th: $75, 8th: $75, 9th: $75, 10th: $75

Sponsorship: D & J Transportation, Derek Crosby, Kinburn, Trophy: D & J Transportation, Derek Crosby, Kinburn

BELGIAN SHOW

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2019

Judging begins at 10:30 a.m.

Judge: Robert Gerow, Havelock, Ontario

CANADIAN BELGIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION ALL CANADIAN QUALIFYING SHOW

Carp Agricultural Society gratefully acknowledges the generous donation towards the prize money made by Ottawa Valley Belgian Association in the amount of $ 750.00.

Prize Money is listed below, unless noted by individual classes. Ribbons to 5th place. Ribbons only to the Championship Classes.

Prizes: 1st: $100, 2nd: $90, 3rd: $75, 4th: $65, 5th: $60, 6th: $50, 7th: $45, 8th: $40, 9th: $30, 10th: $25 – Unless otherwise noted

Classes:

180.

Brood Mare- That shows evidence of having a foal in current year

Sponsorship: Rivington Homes Ltd., Doug Rivington & Connie & Steve Howie, Carp

181.

Filly Foaled in 2019 – Must be shown on a halter-

Sponsorship: West Carleton Drug Mart Pharmasave, Carp, Roger A. Harris – Law Office, Roger A. Harris, Stittsville

182.

Yearling Filly – Foaled in 2018-

Sponsorship: Remax – Hallmark Realty Ltd., John Roberts, Ottawa

183.

Filly – foaled in 2017-

Sponsorship: Carleton Masonic Lodge 465, Blake Farmer, Carp

JUNIOR CHAMPION FILLY AND RESERVE

184.

Filly – foaled in 2016-

Sponsorship: Roger A. Harris – Law Office, Roger A. Harris, Stittsville

185.

Yeld Mare – foaled in 2015, 2014, or 2013

Sponsorship: Scotiabank, Christene Coulas, Carp

SENIOR CHAMPION MARE AND RESERVE

GRAND CHAMPION MARE AND RESERVE- Kevin Stinson Memorial Trophy donated by his families

186.

Stallion – foaled in 2019, must be shown on a halter-

Sponsorship: West Carleton Drug Mart Pharmasave, Carp, Stuart & Carol Nicholson, Renfrew

187.

Stallion – foaled in 2018-

Sponsorship: Allan Mann Insurance Ltd., Allan Mann, Kanata

188.

Stallion – foaled in 2017 or before-

Sponsorship: Bruce Mechanical Ltd., Bruce Baskin, Dunrobin

CHAMPION STALLION AND RESERVE – Blyth Massey Memorial Trophy donated by his family

189.

Get of Sire – 3 animals, any age, get of one sire- Shown in its own single class, at least 1 animal must be owned and registered in the name of the exhibitor

Sponsorship: Allan Mann Insurance Ltd., Allan Mann, Kanata

190.

Progeny of Dam- Two animals, any age, each animal must have been shown in its own single class. Both animals must be owned and registered to the exhibitor

Sponsorship: Deka Home Building Centre A Divison Of 1394894 Ontario Inc., James Roy, Carp

191.

Stallion & 3 Mares- Each animal must be owned and registered in the name of the exhibitor. Each animal must have been

192.

Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding – 1 or 2 years old-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

193.

Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding – 3 years old-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Angie Beaubien, Carp

194.

Light Draft Mare or Gelding – 4 years or older-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

195.

Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding – 4 years or older-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $30, others: $25

Sponsorship: All In One Septic & Excavation, Doug Norton, Carp

CHAMPION GELDING AND RESERVE Trophy donated by Mementos Unlimited, Stittsville

SUPREME CHAMPION

Trophy: Donated by Mementos Unlimited, Stittsville

SUPREME CHAMPION – ALL BREED HORSE – Supreme Horse Open – The Supreme Champion Clydesdale, Belgian and Percheron – Best Horse of all breeds shown on Friday at Carp Fair.

Trophy: Donated and presented by the Kealey Family, Smiths Falls

GRAND CHAMPION SHOWPERSON- A winner will be chosen from the first place winner of the three horse breed classes by the Judge. Sponsored and Trophy donated by Carp Agricultural Society, Carp.

Prize: $25

PREMIUM EXHIBITOR Classes 180-188 will be counted for points. Only 1st to 5th placings will count as points.

Banner: Ottawa Valley Belgian Association, Edna Crabb, Stittsville

196.

Junior Showmanship- Open to ages 10-13 showing a Belgian on a line. Competitors in this class will receive points towards the OBHA youth program. Stallions 1 year and over may not be used.

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: Shouldice Mechanical Inc., Paul Shouldice, Carp, Ontario Belgian Horse Association, Shannon Lindquist, Cameron

197.

Junior Showmanship- Open to ages 14-18 showing a Belgian on a line

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

198.

Purebred team of Belgians Mares-

Prizes: 1st: $80, 2nd: $70, 3rd: $60, 4th: $50, others: $40

Sponsorship: Deka Home Building Centre A Divison Of 1394894 Ontario Inc., James Roy, Carp

204.

OBHA Filly Foal Point Program- No Entry Fee Eligibility – Filly Foals of the current year nominated to the OBHA Point Program by July 1, in the current year. Open to fillies from a mare owned by a resident of Ontario at the time of service and sired by a stallion owned and standing in Ontario at the time of service. Owner must be a member of the OBHA for the current year. Points will be awarded according to the judge’s placings at Carp and are accumulated from the involvement of 8 other shows. A one-time payout at the OBHA Banquet in November, for the prize money re: Filly Foals and the announcement of the Top Point Filly Foal for the Year.

Prize: $0

205.

Ontario Bred Sired Belgian Yearling FIlly- No Entry Fee Eligibility – Yearling fillies nominated in the OBHA Program March 1st, in the current year. Open to yearling fillies from a mare owned by a resident of Ontario at the time of service and sired by a stallion owned and standing in Ontario at the time of service. Owner must be a member of the OBHA for the current year. Prize Money offered at each fair will be to the exhibitor according to the Judge’s placings by the OBHA at their annual awards banquet. Carp Agricultural Society contributes $100.00 towards the prize money. At the conclusion of the year, points are tallied according to the filly’s placings at all the participating 21 fairs across Ontario to determine the Ontario Belgian Yearling Filly

206.

Ontario Belgian 2 year old Filly Point Program- No Entry Fee Eligibility – Two year old Fillies nominated in the OBHA Point Program by March 1st, in the current year. Open to fillies from a mare owned by a resident of Ontario at the time of service and sired by a stallion owned and standing in Ontario at the time of service. Owner must be a member of the OBHA for the current year. Points will be awarded according to the judge’s placings at Carp. Points are accumulated from the involvement of 8 other shows. A one-time payout will be at the OBHA Banquet in November for the prize money listed and the announcement of the Top Point Two Year Old Filly for the year.

207.

OBHA Belgian Stallion Program- No Entry Eligibility – Stallion Foals nominated in the OBHA Point Program by July 1st of the current year. Carp Agricultural Society is host to the OBHA Point Program to be held for stallion foals. The stallion foal being exhibited must be from a mare owned in Ontario at the time of foaling. The owner/exhibitor must be residents of Ontario and a current member of the OBHA. Points will be awarded according to the judge’s placings at Carp and points are accumulated with the involvement of 8 shows. A one-time payout will take place at the OBHA Banquet in November for the prize money listed and the announcement of the Top Point Stallion Foal of the current year.

208.

OBHA Belgians Stallion Program Yearling Stallion- No Entry Eligibility – Yearling Stallions nominated in the OBHA Point Program before July 1st, of the current year. Carp Agricultural Society is host to the OBHA Point Program to be held for stallion foals. The stallion foal being exhibited must be from a mare owned in Ontario at the time of foaling. The owner/exhibitor must be residents of Ontario and a current member of the OBHA. Points will be awarded according to the judge’s placings at Carp and points are accumulated with the involvement of 8 shows. A one-time payout will take place at the OBHA Banquet in November for the prize money listed and the announcement of the Top Point Yearling Stallion of the current year.

130.

North American Cart Class Series – All Bred Purebred Open Cart Class- Open show in which any hitch has a chance to participate. Designed to show a free, easy-moving individual that is relaxed, with alert ears, moving balanced with a non-intimidated, forward way of going and bright and responsive to the driver at various gaits. All breeds, all sexes to show in the same class. Must comply to North American Six-Horse Hitch Classic Series rules.

Prizes: 1st: $250, 2nd: $150, 3rd: $100, 4th: $75, 5th: $75, 6th: $75, 7th: $75, 8th: $75, 9th: $75, 10th: $75

Sponsorship: D & J Transportation, Derek Crosby, Kinburn, Trophy: D & J Transportation, Derek Crosby, Kinburn

Eastern Regional Clydesdale Association Show
Order of Go
Friday, September 27, 2019 at 9:30 am

100. Brood Mare
101. Filly Foaled in 2019
102. Filly Foaled in 2018
103. Filly Foaled in 2017
104. Filly Foaled in 2016
105. Filly Foaled 2015, 2014, or 2013
106. Aged Yeld Mare 7 years or older
107. Canadian Bred Mares
108. Stallion Foaled in 2019
109. Champion Foal of current year, winner of class 101 or 108
110. Stallion Foaled in 2018
111. Stallion Foaled in 2017
112. Stallion Foaled in 2016
113. Stallion Foaled before January 1, 2016
114. Two Animals- 2 years old & under
115. Mare and Her Foal
116. Get of Sire
117. Progeny of Dam
118. Stallion and Three Mares
119. Showmanship, Boy or Girl, ages 12 to 14 – Showing Clydesdales
120. Showmanship, Boy or Girl, ages 15 to 18 – Showing Clydesdales
121. Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 1 or 2 years old
122. Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 3 years old
123. Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or older
124. Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding, 4 years or older
125. Clydesdale Purebred Team of Mares
126. All Breed Purebred Mare Cart Class
127. Clydesdale Purebred Mare Cart Class
130. North American Cart Classic Series – All Breed Purebred Open Cart Class



Eastern Regional Percheron Association Show
Order of Go
Friday, September 27, 2019 at 10:30 am

140. Brood Mare
141. Filly Foaled in 2019
142. Filly Foaled in 2018
143. Filly Foaled in 2017
144. Filly Foaled in 2016
145. Yeld Mare Foaled in 2015 – 2010
146. Aged Yeld Mare 9 years or older
147. Stallion Foaled in 2019
148. Stallion Foaled in 2018
149. Stallion Foaled in 2017
150. Stallion Foaled in 2016
151. Stallion Foaled before January 1, 2016
152. Junior Showmanship
153. Showmanship Class
154. Get of Sire
155. Progeny of Dam
156. Stallion and Three Mares
157. Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 1 or 2 years old
158. Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 3 years old
159. Light Draft Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or older
160. Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or older
161. Purebred Team of Percheron Mares
162. Junior Percheron Cart Class
130. North American Cart Class Series – All Bred Purebred Open Cart Class

Belgian Show
Order of Go
Friday, September 27, 2019 at 10:30 am

180. Brood Mare
181. Filly Foaled in 2019 – Must be shown on a halter
182. Yearling Filly – Foaled in 2018
183. Filly – Foaled in 2017
184. Filly – Foaled in 2016
185. Yeld Mare – Foaled in 2015, 2014, or 2013
186. Stallion – Foaled in 2019, must be shown on a halter
187. Stallion – Foaled in 2018
188. Stallion – Foaled in 2017 or before
189. Get of Sire – 3 animals, any age, get of one sire
190. Progeny of Dam
191. Progeny of Dam
192. Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding – 1 or 2 years old
193. Heavy or Light Draft Mare or Gelding – 3 years old
194. Light Draft Mare or Gelding – 4 years old or older
195. Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding – 4 years old or older
196. Junior Showmanship
197. Junior Showmanship
198. Purebred team of Belgian Mares
204. OBHA Filly Foal Point Program
205. Ontario Bred Sired Belgian Yearling Filly
206. Ontario Belgian 2 year old Filly Point Program
207. OBHA Belgian Stallion Program
208. OBHA Belgian Stallion Program Yearling Stallion
130. North American Cart Class Series – All Bred Purebred Open Cart Class




HEAVY HORSE SHOW

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2019

Judging begins at 9:30 a.m.

Judges: Freeman Yoder, Hooper, Utah
Jim Lane, Birtle, Manitoba
Robert Gerow, Havelock, Ontario

THANK YOU TO THE KARSON GROUP, CARP FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE CARP FAIR HEAVY HORSE SHOW

ALL HITCH CLASSES MUST HAVE TWO CAPABLE DRIVERS PER WAGON. ALL CART CLASSES MUST HAVE CAPABLE DRIVER AND HANDLER INSIDE THE RING. Stalls for Heavy Horse Hitches take precedence over Line Class Horses. Stalls limited to the first 22 – 6 Horse Hitches at the Director’s Discretion. No children under age of 10 on wagon or carts with the exception of Junior Classes.

Prize Money is listed below, unless noted by individual classes. Ribbons to 5th place. Ribbons only to the Championship Classes.

Heavy Horse

Prizes: 1st: $85, 2nd: $75, 3rd: $65, 4th: $55, 5th: $45 – Unless otherwise noted

Classes:

301.

Draft Clydesdale Team of Mares or Geldings-

Sponsorship: Laurysen Kitchens, Bill Laurysen, Stittsville, Harvest Moon Orchards, Randy Maguire, Carp, Trophy: Laurysen Kitchens, Bill Laurysen, Stittsville

302.

Draft Percheron Team of Mares or Geldings-

Sponsorship: T. G. Carroll Cartage Ltd., Carp, Laughlin’s Custom Carpentry Ltd., Brad Laughlin, Kinburn, Landstorm Contracting Ltd., Doug Craig, Carp, Trophy: T. G. Carroll Cartage Ltd., Carp

303.

Draft Belgian Team of Mares or Geldings-

Sponsorship: Laurysen Kitchens, Bill Laurysen, Stittsville, Ron Moore, Stittsville

304.

Clydesdale Four Horse Team of Registered Mares-

Prizes: 1st: $175, 2nd: $140, 3rd: $110, others: $75

Sponsorship: Play It Again Sports, Dave Jensen, Kanata, M-Con Products Inc., Jay Thompson, Carp, Trophy: Play It Again Sports, Dave Jensen, Kanata

305.

Percheron Four Horse Team of Registered Mares-

Prizes: 1st: $175, 2nd: $140, 3rd: $110, others: $75

Sponsorship: Reta Campbell, Stittsville, Kinburn Plumbing and Heating Ltd., David Cousens, Kinburn, Trophy: In memory of Goldie & Mary Mohr by Deborah Mohr-Caldwell, Paul, Charles & Brittany Caldwell

306.

Belgian Four Horse Team of Registered Mares-

Prizes: 1st: $175, 2nd: $140, 3rd: $110, others: $75

Sponsorship: Nepean Kanata Air-Cooled Engines, 1437024 Ont. LTD, Brian Jones, Carp, Trophy: Donated in loving memory of long time exhibitor Stewart Crabb by Edna Crabb, Richmond

307.

Ladies Cart Class Clydesdale – judged on 60% ability and 40% appearance-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $45, 4th: $40, others: $35

Sponsorship: Hamilton Livestock Ltd., Sandy Hamilton, Almonte, Reis Equipment Center, John Johnson, Renfrew, Fire-Alert Ottawa Valley, Rob Dupuis, Carp, Trophy: Fire-Alert Ottawa Valley, Rob Dupuis, Carp

308.

Ladies Cart Class Percheron – judged on 60% ability and 40% appearance-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $45, 4th: $40, others: $35

Sponsorship: West Carleton Drug Mart Pharmasave, Carp, Shawn Grant, Stittsville, Trophy: CLAIRE GRANT MEMORIAL TROPHY

309.

Ladies Cart Class Belgian – judged on 60% ability and 40% appearance-

Prizes: 1st: $55, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $45, 4th: $40, others: $35

Sponsorship: Russell & Leila Graham, Stittsville, 5 Span Feed & Seed Inc., Murray McGregor, Pakenham, Trophy: Scotiabank, Christene Coulas, Carp

310.

Spike Hitch Clydesdale-

Prizes: 1st: $85, 2nd: $75, 3rd: $65, 4th: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Laurie Jones, McNab/Braeside, Donated in Memory of Doris and Walter Bishop, Ken Scharf Construction Ltd., Ken Scharf, Dunrobin, Stittsville Trailers, Orville Hartwick, Stittsville, Trophy: Stittsville Trailers, Orville Hartwick, Stittsville

311.

Spike Hitch Percheron-

Prizes: 1st: $85, 2nd: $75, 3rd: $65, 4th: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Evelyn Craig, Carp, John & Nora Verney, Stittsville, Trophy: Donated by Evelyn Craig in loving memory of Ross Craig

312.

Spike Hitch Belgian-

Prizes: 1st: $85, 2nd: $75, 3rd: $65, 4th: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Deka Home Building Centre A Divison Of 1394894 Ontario Inc., James Roy, Carp, Harvest Moon Orchards, Randy Maguire, Carp, Trophy: Deka Home Building Centre A Divison Of 1394894 Ontario Inc., James Roy, Carp

313.

Four Horse Team Clydesdale-

Prizes: 1st: $175, 2nd: $140, 3rd: $110, others: $75

Sponsorship: The Cheshire Cat Pub 2005 Inc., Dustin & Crystal Therrien, Carp, Jockbrae Farms Ltd., Mark Foster, Carleton Place, Trophy: The Cheshire Cat Pub 2005 Inc., Dustin & Crystal Therrien, Carp

314.

Four Horse Team Percheron-

Prizes: 1st: $175, 2nd: $140, 3rd: $110, others: $75

Sponsorship: Audrey Caldwell, Carp, Scott Caldwell Family Memorial, Bill & Iva Duncan, Kinburn, Trophy: Bert G. Argue Memorial Trophy donated and presented by his Family

315.

Four Horse Team Belgians-

Prizes: 1st: $175, 2nd: $140, 3rd: $110, others: $75

Sponsorship: Parkland Fuel Corp/ Ultramar, Paul Murray, Belleville, Trophy: Parkland Fuel Corp/ Ultramar, Paul Murray, Belleville

316.

North American Six Horse Hitch Classic Series Six Horse Team Open NOTE:This Class maybe split depending on the entries,

Prizes: 1st: $600, 2nd: $515, 3rd: $475, others: $350

Sponsorship: Ed’s Salvage & Auto Parts, Ed Carron, Arnprior, Bill & Gail Erickson, Ottawa, David S. Graham, Ashton, Tubman Funeral Homes, Jana Coes, Ottawa, Roger Woeller & Family, Kinburn, Tray: Maurice & Joan McCallum Memorial donated by their family.

Banners will be presented to the 1st place Six Horse Hitch of Clydesdale, Percheron and Belgian.

Clydesdale Banner sponsored by: Bill & Gail Erickson, Carp

Percheron Banner sponsored by: the Family of G. Sterling Graham, Ashton

Belgian Banner sponsored by: Tubman Funeral Home, Carp

Karson’s Family Jackpot Prize: $1000

If the winner of Class 316 on Saturday is the winner of Class 413 on Sunday, a JACKPOT of $1000 will be awarded. If it is not the same winner, this money will be retained and accumulated for the next year’s show and so on up to a maximum of $5000. Thank you to the Karson Family for sponsoring the Jackpot.

317.

Eight Horse Hitch Open

Prizes: 1st: $600, 2nd: $515, 3rd: $475, 4th: $475, others: $350

Sponsorship: Helene Lebarron, Kanata, Erva Rivington, Kinburn, Carp View Farm, Doug Rivington, Carp, Diana Rivington, Ottawa, Elaine Argue, Stittsville, Tray: T. Ruggles Rivington Memorial Tray donated and present by the Rivington Family.

OTTAWA VALLEY COMMERCIAL HORSE ASSOCIATION REGIONAL SHOW

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2019

Judging begins at 10:00 a.m.

Commercial Judge: Blair Purcell, Stouffville, ON

THANK YOU TO THE KARSON GROUP, CARP FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE CARP FAIR HEAVY HORSE SHOW.

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. All hitch classes must have two capable drivers per wagon.
  2. All cart classes must have capable drivers and handlers inside the ring.
  3. Exhibitors must be members in good standing of The Ottawa Valley Commercial Horse Association for entries to be exhibited at the Regional Show.
  4. No children under the age of 10 on wagons or carts, with the exception of the Junior Classes.
  5. If entered as a Commercial Light, then you MUST show as a light for the duration of the of the show.
  6. If entered as a Commercial Heavy, then you MUST show as a heavy for the duration of the show.

Thank you to the Ottawa Valley Commercial Horse Association for their $500 sponsorship.

Prize Money is listed below, unless noted by individual classes. Ribbons to 4th place. Ribbons only to the Championship Classes.

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, 4th: $45, others: $40 – Unless otherwise noted

Classes:

350.

Commercial Single Mare or Gelding, hitched to a cart – light-

Sponsorship: The Septic Store Ottawa West Ltd., Nancy Montgomery, Carp

351.

Commercial Single Mare or Gelding, hitched to a cart -heavy

Sponsorship: Dale Dean, Arnprior

352.

Commercial Tandem hitch to a wagon-

Sponsorship: George & Isabel Wilson, Carp, Wendy & Bill Cox, Carp

353.

Commercial Random Class – 3 horses in a row-

Prizes: 1st: $115, 2nd: $105, 3rd: $65, others: $55

Sponsorship: Ottawa Valley Commercial Horse Association, Kim Benjamin, Kemptville, Ken Scharf Construction Ltd., Ken Scharf, Dunrobin

354.

Commercial Troika Hitch-

Prizes: 1st: $85, 2nd: $75, 3rd: $65, 4th: $60, others: $45

Sponsorship: Micheline & Wib Paul, Carp

355.

Commercial Team Hitched-Heavy- Exhibitors must be a member of the Ottawa Valley Commercial Horse Association.

Sponsorship: Ottawa Valley Commercial Horse Association, Kim Benjamin, Kemptville

356.

Commercial Team Hitched-Light-

Sponsorship: Ottawa Valley Commercial Horse Association, Kim Benjamin, Kemptville, Crippo Holdings, Conrad Cripps, Carp, The LaRose Family, Dale LaRose, Almonte, Trophy: Donated by the LaRose Family

357.

Commercial Team hitched, driven by a lady, judged 60% driving & 40% appearance-

Sponsorship: Ranger Enterprises, Bob Beck / Taylor Beck, Dunrobin, Goldie Mohr Ltd., Deborah Mohr-Caldwell, Nepean, Trophy: In Memory of Wayne Rafuse donated by Goldie Mohr Ltd.

OTTAWA VALLEY COMMERCIAL HORSE ASSOCIATION REGIONAL SHOW

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2019

Judging begins at 9:30 a.m.

Commercial Judge: Blair Purcell, Stouffville, ON

THANKS TO THE KARSON GROUP, CARP FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE HEAVY HORSE SHOW

NOTE TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. All hitch classes must have two capable drivers per wagon.
  2. All cart classes must have capable drivers and handlers inside the ring.
  3. Exhibitors must be members in good standing of the Ottawa Valley Commercial Horse Association for entries to be exhibited at the regional show.
  4. No children under age of 10 on wagons or carts, with the exception of Junior classes.
  5. If entered as a commercial light, then you must show as a light for the duration of the show.
  6. If entered as a commercial heavy, then you must show as a heavy for the duration of the show.

THANK YOU TO OTTAWA VALLEY COMMERCIAL HORSE ASSOCIATION FOR THEIR $500 SPONSORSHIP.

Prize Money is listed below, unless noted by individual classes. Ribbons to 4th place. Ribbons only to the Championship Classes.

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $45, 3rd: $40, 4th: $35 All remaining: $20.

375.

Commercial Brood Mare-

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $45, 3rd: $40, 4th: $35, others: $20

Sponsorship: CDS Building Movers, John Sweetnam, Stittsville

376.

Commercial Junior Showmanship- Open to youth 10-16 years of Age, showing commercial horse on the line. Open only to non 4-H exhibitors

Prizes: 1st: $35, 2nd: $25, others: $22

Sponsorship: Ken White Construction Ltd., Dave White, Carp

378.

Commercial Foal of current year must be shown on a halter-

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $45, 3rd: $40, 4th: $35, others: $20

Sponsorship: Weatherwall (Ottawa) Enclosures Inc., John S. Caldwell, Carp, ORS – Ontario Rental & Supply Ltd., Nelson Tavares, Kanata

379.

Commercial Foaled in 2017, Mare or Gelding – 2 years old or younger-

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $45, 3rd: $40, 4th: $35, others: $20

Sponsorship: Custom Welding & Fabrication, Allen Wilson, Carp, Custom Welding & Fabrication, Earl Wilson, Carp

JUNIOR COMMERCIAL CHAMPION AND RESERVE

380.

Commercial Mare or Gelding 3 years Over-Light-

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $45, 3rd: $40, 4th: $35, others: $20

Sponsorship: Commercial Horse Association, Shelley Scepanovic, Mississauga

381.

Commercial Mare or Gelding, 3 years Over-Heavy-

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $45, 3rd: $40, 4th: $35, others: $20

Sponsorship: Ottawa Valley Commercial Horse Association, Kim Benjamin, Kemptville, Commercial Horse Association, Shelley Scepanovic, Mississauga

SENIOR COMMERCIAL CHAMPION AND RESERVE

GRAND COMMERCIAL CHAMPION AND RESERVE

Trophy: P3 Veterinary Partners Inc., Mississippi Vet Services, Pakenham

382.

Commercial Ladies Vintage Cart Class- 30% costume, 30% hitch, 40% driving ability

Sponsorship: The Cheshire Cat Pub 2005 Inc., Dustin & Crystal Therrien, Carp, Ken White Construction Ltd., Dave White, Carp

383.

Commercial – Champion Team- 1st & 2nd place from Light class 356 & Heavy class 355

384.

Commercial Junior Drive- Boys & Girls 13-18 years old as of January 1st of current year accompanied by capable adult driver

Prizes: 1st: $35, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $25, others: $20

Sponsorship: The Cheshire Cat Pub 2005 Inc., Dustin & Crystal Therrien, Carp

385.

Commercial Unicorn Hitch-

Prizes: 1st: $115, 2nd: $100, 3rd: $85, others: $70

Sponsorship: Goldie Mohr Ltd., Deborah Mohr-Caldwell, Nepean, Rampton Resource Group Inc., Vern Rampton, Carp

386.

Commercial Four Horse Hitch Horses, must have shown in 2 previous classes-

Prizes: 1st: $160, 2nd: $140, 3rd: $100, others: $75

Sponsorship: Kinburn Plumbing and Heating Ltd., David Cousens, Kinburn, West Carleton Electric Ltd, Dale Hanna, Woodlawn, Ron Hayes, Ottawa

387.

Commercial Six Horse Hitch Horses, must have shown in 2 previous classes-

Prizes: 1st: $310, 2nd: $275, 3rd: $240, others: $200

Sponsorship: Ken Scharf Construction Ltd., Ken Scharf, Dunrobin, Michael & Sandra Wilson, Kinburn

HEAVY HORSE SHOW

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2019

Judging begins at 11:00 a.m.

Judges: Freeman Yoder, Hooper, Utah
Jim Lane, Birtle, Manitoba,
Robert Gerow, Havelock, Ontario

THANK YOU TO THE KARSON GROUP, CARP FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE CARP FAIR HEAVY HORSE SHOW

ALL HITCH CLASSES MUST HAVE TWO CAPABLE DRIVERS PER WAGON. ALL CART CLASSES MUST HAVE CAPABLE DRIVER AND HANDLER INSIDE THE RING. Stalls for Heavy Horse Hitches take precedence over Line Class Horses. Stalls limited to the first 22 – 6 Horse Hitches at the Director’s Discretion. No children under age of 10 on wagon or carts with the.exception of Junior Classes.

Prize Money is listed below, unless noted by individual classes. Ribbons to 5th place. Ribbons only to the Championship Classes.

Heavy Horse

Prizes: 1st: $85, 2nd: $75, 3rd: $65, 4th: $55, 5th: $45 – Unless otherwise noted

Classes:

400.

Men’s cart class, Clydesdale-

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Colonial Granite Inc., John Cole, Mountain, Roger Woeller & Family, Kinburn, Trophy: Colonial Granite Inc., John Cole, Mountain

401.

Men’s cart class, Percheron-

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Remax – Hallmark Realty Ltd., John Roberts, Ottawa, Plumbing Village, Bob Montgomery, Carp, Voucher: Ritchie Feed & Seed Ltd., Michael Ritchie, Ottawa

402.

Men’s cart class, Belgian-

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Susan Noad, Carp, In memory of Cy and Ruth Bradley, Bradley’s Commercial Insurance, Ross Bradley, Stittsville, Fire-Alert Ottawa Valley, Rob Dupuis, Carp, Trophy: Bradley’s Commercial Insurance, Ross Bradley, Stittsville

403.

Clydesdale single tandem, hitched to a cart-

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Doug & Laurie Armstrong, Kinburn, Donated by Doug & Laurie Armstrong, Warren & Colleen Hummel & Families, Fire-Alert Ottawa Valley, Rob Dupuis, Carp, Trophy: Donated by Doug & Laurie Armstrong, Warren & Colleen Hummel & Families in memory of John & Ruby Armstrong

404.

Percheron single tandem, hitched to a cart-

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Brian Howie Homes, Brian Howie, Carp, Riviera Automobiles, Rick Laviolette, Carp, Glenn Wilson Carpentry Ltd., Glenn Wilson, Kinburn, Glenn & Joan Wilson

405.

Belgian single tandem, hitched to a cart-

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Robinson Consultants Inc., Derek Potvin, Ottawa, Fire-Alert Ottawa Valley, Rob Dupuis, Carp

407.

Team Clydesdale horses hitched to a 4 wheeled vehicle, Driven by a lady- One entry per exhibitor. To be judged on 60% horsewomanship, 40% suitability of dress.

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Beatrice Patricia Davies, Nepean, W.O. Stinson & Son Ltd., Eric Stinson, Ottawa, Trophy: In Loving Memory of Don Davies by his wife Pat and daughter Debbie Hillier & Family.

408.

Team Percheron horses hitched to a 4 wheeled vehicle- Driven by a lady- One entry per exhibitor. To be judged on 60% horsewomanship, 40% suitability of dress.

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Weedmark Service Center Ltd., Division Of 587920 Ontario Ltd., Carp, Bit-Ta-Luk Farms, Gordon Ross, Carp, Voucher: Ritchie Feed & Seed Ltd., Michael Ritchie, Ottawa

409.

Team Belgian horses hitched to a 4 wheeled vehicle, Driven by a lady- One entry per exhibitor. To be judged 60% horsewomanship, 40% suitability of dress.

Prizes: 1st: $65, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $55, others: $50

Sponsorship: Can-Mech Agencies, Cliff Hobbs, Carp, Gerry & Verda Morris, Carp, Trophy: Donated by their family in loving memory of Red (Garnet) & Fern Bradley

410.

Open junior drive team-must be hitched to 4-wheel vehicle- Open to boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 18 years of age as of January 1st of the current year. Each driver is to be accompanied by an adult.

Prizes: 1st: $35, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $25, others: $20

Sponsorship: Murphy Plumbing, Dale & Joan Murphy, Fitzroy Harbour, Black Gold Coffee Inc., Peter Pregel, Ottawa, Trophy: Donated in Memory of Shauna Lynne McHale by Murphy Plumbing, Fitzroy Habour

411.

Open Purebred Mare Unicorn-

Prizes: 1st: $95, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $75, 4th: $65, others: $45

Sponsorship: Elaine & Gerald Kealey, Stittsville, Glen & Sandy Byrne, Woodlawn, Trophy: Stittsville Trailers, Orville Hartwick, Stittsville

412.

Open Four Horse Team-

Prizes: 1st: $400, 2nd: $300, 3rd: $250, others: $100

Sponsorship: Laurysen Kitchens, Bill Laurysen, Stittsville, Harold & Elaine Daley, Carp, Black Gold Coffee Inc., Peter Pregel, Ottawa, Voucher: Ritchie Feed & Seed Ltd., Michael Ritchie, Ottawa

413.

North American Six Horse Hitch Classic Series Six Horse Team Open 6 Horse Team Open. This Class maybe split depending on the entries.

Prizes: 1st: $600, 2nd: $515, 3rd: $475, others: $350

Sponsorship: Downey Family, 405911 Ontario Ltd., Carp, Trophy: Donated by the Downey Family, Carp

Karson’s Family Jackpot Prize: $1000

If the winner of Class 316 on Saturday is the winner of Class 413 on Sunday, a JACKPOT of $1000 will be awarded. If it is not the same winner, this money will be retained and accumulated for the next year’s show and so on up to a maximum of $5000. Thank you to the Karson Family for sponsoring the jackpot.

414.

Eight Horse Team, Open horses

Prizes: 1st: $600, 2nd: $515, 3rd: $475, others: $350

Sponsorship: Bill Murphy, Kanata, Trophy: Jack Murphy Memorial Trophy donated by Bill Murphy and Family, Kanata

415.

10 Horse Hitch-

Prizes: 1st: $2000, 2nd: $1000, 3rd: $1000

Sponsorship: JWK Utilities & Site Service Ltd., Jason Kemp, Carp

BEST SHOD HITCH BANNER – SPONSORED BY CARP AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

WARREN CAMPBELL MEMORIAL TROPHY- This award is for the best turnout and horsemanship presented to the heavy horse exhibitor who is deemed to have presented him/herself and his/her horses in the best possible fashion. Judging will be based on the way the exhibitor presents his/her horses, his/her equipment and himself/herself, his/her horsemanship, sportsmanlike conduct, attitude and overall appearance. This trophy is donated and presented by Mr. Campbell’s daughter and son-in-law.

Trophy: John & Karen Brunton, Carleton Place

Light Horse

LIGHT HORSE DEPARTMENT

Directors in Charge: Neil Falls nfalls@karson.ca 613-223-6546
Brent Palsson brentpalsson@gmail.com

If you have any questions, please contact the Directors in Charge.

Make all your entries online at carpfair.ca

THANK YOU TO PINECREST REMEMBRANCE SERVICES LTD. FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE CARP FAIR LIGHT HORSE SHOW

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. Ages of the riders will be determined as of January 1st of the current year.
  2. Under no circumstances will classes be delayed for exhibitors who are delayed by cross entries.
  3. All exhibitors are to be dressed in clean suitable attire. Hard hats to be worn in Hunter classes and Juniors must have chin strap done up at all times.
  4. Any person who interferes with or attempts to influence a Judge or Official while in the discharge of his or her duties, or who shall at any time, on the premises, use any contemptuous or abusive language to any Judge or Official within his or her hearing in consequence of any award made by him or her, or any exhibitor refusing to accept any award made by a Judge, shall forfeit his or her right to any premiums to which they might otherwise be entitled and may be prohibited from exhibiting for up to 5 years thereafter. Judges are particularly requested to report any offender in this direction.
  5. Exhibitors may be requested to show proof of a negative coggins test for the current year for all horses and ponies being shown.
  6. Ring numbers can be picked up at ringside before the show begins.
  7. Exhibitors must show proof of liability insurance for the current year for all animals being shown. This is to accompany the entry forms and the entry forms will not be processed until this is received. Exhibitors will be asked to show proof of insurance, OEF card or copy of policy, when picking up numbers. “NO PROOF AT RINGSIDE, NO SHOW”. Exhibitors will also be required to sign a waiver at this time. Exhibitors should be aware that their OEF membership insurance only insures the member. If someone other than the member rides or drives their horse in a class, the OEF insurance is not valid. If that occurs, other proof of insurance must be provided with the entry papers.
  8. Each exhibitor must use a separate entry form. Extra copies may be obtained from the office.
  9. Joint ownership is permitted in pair classes.
  10. The show committee reserves the right to withdraw any single class with less than three entries or any team class with less than two entries entered as of noon on the Thursday preceding the fair.
  11. All manual entries close on Friday, September 6th, 2019 at 4pm, unless otherwise stated. However if extenuating circumstances apply, entries after that date but before show day may be accepted at the discretion of the director in charge but a $50.00 administration fee plus late entry fees will apply. Please note the rule for anyone arriving on show day not entered as listed under each division.
  12. All exhibitors must be members of the Society in order to exhibit.
  13. PARKING ON FAIR GROUNDS LIMITED TO TRAILERS AND TOWING VEHICLES. ALL OTHER VEHICLES MUST PARK IN THE PUBLIC PARKING AREAS. ALL EQUIPMENT MUST BE WITH THE ANIMALS AS THIS WILL BE THE ONLY VEHICLE ALLOWED ON THE GROUNDS. PLEASE ENTER AT ENTRANCE 16 LOCATED OFF LANGSTAFF DRIVE.
  14. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to familiarize themselves with both the Rules and Regulations of the Fair and the Rules for the Light Horse Division.
  15. Return of entry fees will only be considered by the Fair at the next Board meeting, if the show is cancelled or if the exhibitor presents a veterinarian or medical certificate.
  16. Show management reserves the right to change order of go in the interest of the show before or during the show.
  17. Exhibitors allowed 1 hold only, 3 minutes maximum in show. Exhibitors are responsible to be on time for their class. Be organized, plan ahead and bring helpers.

Prize Money is listed below, unless noted by individual classes. Ribbons to 5th place unless otherwise stated.

HUNTER HORSE SHOW

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2019

Judging begins at 9:00 am

Judge: Crystal LaRose, Almonte

Course Designer: Shannon McIntyre, Carp

THANKS TO KEN WHITE CONSTRUCTION FOR BEING THE HUNTER SHOW SPONSOR

PRIZE MONEY😐
All Classes: 1st $25.00 2nd $15.00 3rd $12.00 4th $8.00 unless otherwise stated
Ribbons only to 4th place only, unless otherwise stated.

PLEASE NOTE: Anyone arriving on show day with a horse/pony not entered in the Show may be given consideration if extenuating circumstances apply. If the Director approves, that person may show, but special late entry fees plus an administration fee of $50.00 will apply and no prize money will be paid as you will be considered “Hors-Concours”. Post entries will be accepted on Show Day only if horse has been previously entered in at least one class before show day. Class Changes must be made before 10:30 a.m. on day of show. NO EXCEPTIONS.

ALL TRUCKS & TRAILERS MUST ENTER THE GROUNDS AT ENTRANCE 16 LOCATED OFF LANGSTAFF DRIVE. See Parking Rule on previous page.
RIBBONS ONLY TO EQUITATION CLASSES

ENTRY FEES

All Classes: $10.00
Late Entry: $20.00 per class after deadline but before day of show / $25.00 per class on day of show
Late entries WILL be charged if entry received after deadline
“There will be NO Warm-Up Allowed in the Ring”

HUNTER PONY CLASSES

All animals entered in the following classes are to be 14.2 hands and under. Riders may not be entered in the Children’s, Low Hunter or Short Stirrup Division.

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Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, 4th: $8 – Unless otherwise noted

Classes:

15.

Hunter Pony under saddle.

Sponsorship: Marchwood Dental, Dr. Bahram Mostaghaci, Kanata, Dr. Bahram Mostaghaci, Dr Bill Henry, & Dr. Cameron Ho, Fred & Leslie Richardson, Carp, John & Nora Verney, Stittsville

10.

Hunter Pony over fences – Maximum height 2’3”

Sponsorship: Coady Construction Ltd., Gary Coady, Kanata, Silver Creek Ranch, Mandi Dupuis, Carp, Trophy: Silver Creek Ranch, Mandi Dupuis, Carp

11.

Hunter Pony Stake over fences – Maximum height 2’3”.

To be eligible, the pony must have been entered, shown and judged in at least one other class in this division.

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $15, 4th: $10

Sponsorship: Bytown Animal Chiropractic, Dr. Sabrina Tracey, Stittsville, Rescue Auto Detail, Clint Gilbert, Carp

SHORT STIRRUPS CLASSES

Open to ponies/horses and riders under 12 years of age. Horses must not canter with ponies (unless Judge allows). The rider may not be entered in any other division except pony classes and B & C Equitation (on the flat only).

14.

Short Stirrups under saddle – Walk, trot, canter.

Sponsorship: T. G. Carroll Cartage Ltd., Carp, K. W. Fields Construction, Ken & Donna Fields, Carp, Carp Foodliner, August Guo, Carp

12.

Short Stirrups over fences – Maximum height 18”.

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, others: $8

Sponsorship: Lyle & Marion Cox, Carp

13.

Short Stirrups Stake over fences – Maximum height 18”.

To be eligible the horse must have been entered, shown and judged in at least one other class in this division.

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $15, 4th: $10

Sponsorship: Quyon Ferry Inc., Ralph McColgan, Quyon, QC

EQUITATION CLASSES

Riders in Adult equitation MUST be amateurs only. It is not for any riders who make their living (or a large portion of it) from riding, coaching, etc. A “non-amateur” will be excused or not be judged.

18.

"B" & "C" Equitation on the flat – Exhibitors to be 14 years and under.

Sponsorship: Dunrobin Village Meat & Grocery, Cindy & Julie Delahunt, Dunrobin

20.

"A" Equitation on the flat – Exhibitors to be 15 to 17 years of age.

Sponsorship: George’s Car Wash Arnprior, George Carruthers, Carp, Glenn Wilson Carpentry Ltd., Glenn Wilson, Kinburn, Newill Realty Ltd., Lois Rump, Carp

22.

Adult Equitation on the flat – Exhibitor to be 18 years & over.

Sponsorship: Gerry & Verda Morris, Carp, Vance’s Service Center Ltd., Bill Vance & Cory Mundy, Carp

1.

"B" & "C" Equitation over fences – Exhibitors to be 14 years and under.

Maximum height 2’3”

Sponsorship: George’s Car Wash Arnprior, George Carruthers, Carp, Robinson Consultants Inc., Derek Potvin, Ottawa, Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp

2.

"A" Equitation over fences – Exhibitors to be 15 to 17 years of age.

Maximum height 2’6"

Sponsorship: Don & Sharon Roper, Carp, M & R Feeds & Farm Supply Ltd., Barry Dean, Arnprior, Carp Foodliner, August Guo, Carp

9.

Adult Equitation over fences.

Maximum height 2’6”.

Sponsorship: Steve Barrie Backhoe & Shovel Rental, Steve Barrie, Carp

CHILDREN’S HUNTER CLASSES

Open to Horses Only

Children’s Hunter Classes::

19.

Children’s Hunter under saddle – Exhibitors to be 17 years and under.

Sponsorship: Vance’s Service Center Ltd., Bill Vance & Cory Mundy, Carp, Sign FX Inc., Rod Wilson, Carp

3.

Children’s Hunter over fences – Exhibitors to be 17 years and under.

Maximum height 2’6”

Sponsorship: Adbro Forming Ltd., David Brown, Carp, Minitel Communications Corp., Debbie Gourgon, Ottawa

4.

Children’s Hunter Stake over fences – Exhibitors to be 17 years and under.

To be eligible, the horse must have been entered, shown and judged in at least one other class in this division. Maximum height 2’6”

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: Crippo Holdings, Conrad Cripps, Carp, West Carleton Drug Mart Pharmasave, Carp

ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER CLASSES

This division is for amateurs ONLY. It is not for any riders who make their living (or a large portion of it) from riding, coaching, etc. A “non-amateur” will be excused or not be judged.

21.

Adult Amateur under saddle – Exhibitors to be 18 years and over

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, others: $8

Trophy: Donated by the LaRose Family, Almonte

7.

Adult Amateur over fences – Exhibitors to be 18 years or over

Maximum height 2’6”.

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, others: $8

Sponsorship: Arnprior/Ottawa Auto Parts, Alan Aumont, Arnprior, Shouldice Mechanical Inc., Paul Shouldice, Carp, Voucher: Ritchie Feed & Seed Ltd., Michael Ritchie, Ottawa

8.

Adult Amateur Stake over fences – Exhibitors to be 18 years and over.

To be eligible, the horse must have been entered, shown and judged in at least one other class in this division. Maximum height 2’6”.

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $15, 4th: $10

Sponsorship: Grace Monuments Inc., Arthur Goveas, Carp, McNeely’s Outdoor Power Equipment, Chad McNeely, Carp

LOW HUNTER CLASSES

Open to Horses Only

Low Hunter class:

23.

Low Hunter under saddle

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, others: $8

Sponsorship: Shouldice Mechanical Inc., Paul Shouldice, Carp, Trophy: Peggy Blair, Carp

5.

Low Hunter over fences – Maximum height 2’6”.

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, others: $8

Sponsorship: Vance’s Service Center Ltd., Bill Vance & Cory Mundy, Carp, George Carruthers, SR., Carp

6.

Low Hunter Stake over fences.

To be eligible, the horse must have been entered, shown and judged in at least one other class in this division. Maximum height 2’6”.

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $15, 4th: $10

Sponsorship: Bit-Ta-Luk Farms, Gordon Ross, Carp

CHILDREN’S PLEASURE CLASSES

Ribbons to 6th only for classes 16 & 17

Children’s Pleasure Classes:

Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10, 4th: $7, 5th: $5, 6th: $4

16.

Child’s Pleasure Pony/Horse under saddle.

Rider to be 17 years and under.

Sponsorship: Huntley Volunteer Firefighters Association C/o Greg Fulton, Carp, J. L. Carpentry & Roofing, Jeff Lillie, Carp, In Memory of Lee Cavanagh, Kinburn, Trophy: Huntley Volunteer Firefighters Association C/o Greg Fulton, Carp

17.

Walk & Trot Equitation -10 years of age and under.

To be judged – 50% on rider, 50% on horse. This exhibitor must not have shown in other classes.

Sponsorship: Kilkenny Farm, Christine Brennan, Kinburn

SPECIAL OPEN CLASSES

Open to all riders and horses/ponies in the Hunter Show

Special Open Classes:

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, others: $8

24.

Open Command Class-

Judged on elimination basis, Commands given by the announcer

Sponsorship: Pratt Diesel, Richard Pratt, Carp, Roger A. Harris – Law Office, Roger A. Harris, Stittsville, Black Gold Coffee Inc., Peter Pregel, Ottawa, Trophy: Pratt Diesel, Richard Pratt, Carp

25.

Open Pleasure Pairs Hack-

Judged on suitability “as a pair” – appearance 25% and “way of going” 75%. Each rider to pay entry fee and each winner to receive full prize money for that placing.

Sponsorship: The NEW 53 Colours Inc., Roger Gibeault, Carleton Place

HUNTER CLASSES – Order of Go

Friday, September 27th, 2019 at 9:00 am

1. “B “ & “C” Equitation over fences

2. “A” Equitation over fences

3. Children’s Hunter over fences

4. Children’s Hunter Stake over fences

5. Low Hunter over fences

6. Low Hunter Stake over fences

7. Adult Amateur over fences

8. Adult Amateur Stake over fences

9. Adult Equitation over fences

10. Hunter Pony over fences

11. Hunter Pony Stake over fences

12. Short Stirrups over fences

13. Short Stirrups Stake over fences

14. Short Stirrups under saddle

15. Hunter Pony under saddle

16. Children’s pleasure pony/horse under saddle

17. Walk & Trot Equitation – 10 years of age and under

18. “B” & “C” Equitation on the flat

19. Children’s Hunter under saddle

20. “A” Equitation on the flat

21. Adult Amateur under saddle

22. Adult Equitation on the flat

23. Low Hunter under saddle

24. Open Command

25. Open Pleasure Pairs Hack

MINIATURE HORSE SHOW

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2019

Judging begins at 9:00 am

Judge: Sheila Rondeau, Kinburn

RULES FOR THE MINIATURE HORSE SHOW

A miniature horse cannot be over 38 inches in height. If as a result of a complaint an animal is found to be over 38” in height, it is not a Miniature horse and will be excused from the Miniature Show. All prizes up to that point will be forfeited. Measurement will be taken from the base of the last hair on the mane to the measuring surface by a person acceptable to the show officials. The Directors reserve the right to “split” any class, which is considered too large, for reasons of safety and/or fair judging. Additional rules concerning judging will be made available to exhibitors on or before show day. Copies can be made available to exhibitors before show day upon request.

ALL TRUCKS & TRAILERS MUST ENTER THE GROUNDS AT ENTRANCE 16 LOCATED OFF LANGSTAFF DRIVE. See Parking Rule on previous page at Light Horse Department.

JUDGING INFORMATION

All “Cart” classes (except junior and under) and the Pair/Team classes are pleasure driving classes and are judged on the suitability of the horse to provide a pleasant drive. Two trots (working and strong) and a rein-back will be expected. Exaggerated high action in front to be faulted. Tandem, Unicorn, and four and six hitch walk, trot, rein-back, stand quiet in line. No fanning or figure of eight. Exhibitors who do not follow direction from announcer and/or ring official will be faulted. Juniors 11 and under – class will be judged primarily on the ability of the exhibitor with some consideration given to the performance of the horse.

ENTRY FEES:

All Classes: 20% of Prize Money Awarded

Late Entry: $20.00 additional per class if before day of show plus admin fee / $20.00 additional per class on day of show

NOTE: Late Entry to a class only possible if Horse has been previously entered in at least one class before Show Day and late class entries must be made before 10:30 am day of show. Anyone arriving on day of show with a horse not entered in the show MAY be given consideration if extenuating circumstances apply. If the Director approves, that person may show with late fees AND a $50.00 administration fee being applied and no prize money will be paid, as you will be considered “Hors Concours”.

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Prizes: 1st: $45, 2nd: $40, 3rd: $35, others: $30 – Unless otherwise noted

Classes:

30.

Miniature Brood Mare

Must have produced a foal in current year

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: Palladium Orthodontics/ Terry Fox Professional Center, Mohammad Razavi, Kanata

31.

Miniature Foal Of Current Year

Must be shown on halter

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: City of Ottawa, Eli El-Chantiry, Ottawa

32.

Miniature Yearling

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: Tomlinson Environmental Services, Lee Timmins, Ottawa

33.

Miniature Filly Or Gelding – 2 years old

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: Ola Armstrong, Arnprior, Jeff Whiteman, Carp

34.

Miniature Mare – 3 years & over

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: Ola Armstrong, Arnprior, Carp View Farm, Doug Rivington, Carp

35.

Miniature Gelding – 3 years & over

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Sponsorship: The NEW 53 Colours Inc., Roger Gibeault, Carleton Place

36.

Miniature Horse Roadster Cart

Sponsorship: Brenda Fisher, Deseronto, Cole Funeral Services, Laurie Cole, Ottawa, Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean, Trophy: Brenda Fisher, Deseronto

37.

Miniature Horse Men’s Cart – Over 18 years of age

Sponsorship: West Carleton Taxi, Brian MacLaren, Dunrobin

38.

Miniature Horse Ladies’ Cart – Over 18 years of age

Sponsorship: Green Tech AG & Turf, Marc Desforges, Carp, Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean

39.

Miniature Horse Golden Age Cart

Open to ladies & men – 60 years & over

Sponsorship: ORS – Ontario Rental & Supply Ltd., Nelson Tavares, Kanata

40.

Miniature Horse Roman Chariot – Single or Pair

Driver to be 16 years or older

Sponsorship: Century 21 – John Devries Ltd., Sheila Devries/Joyce Armstrong, Kanata, K. W. Fields Construction, Ken & Donna Fields, Carp

41.

Miniature Four Horse Hitch Open

Prizes: 1st: $80, 2nd: $70, 3rd: $60, others: $50

Sponsorship: Kanata Opticians, Mike Cranston, Kanata, Century 21 – John Devries Ltd., Sheila Devries/Joyce Armstrong, Kanata, Trophy: Century 21 – John Devries Ltd., Sheila Devries/Joyce Armstrong, Kanata

42.

Miniature Unicorn Hitch

Sponsorship: Bit-Ta-Luk Farms, Gordon Ross, Carp

43.

Miniature Team Or Pair Open

Sponsorship: Minitel Communications Corp., Debbie Gourgon, Ottawa

44.

Miniature Horse Tandem

Sponsorship: Ian & Lousie Murray, Carp

45.

Miniature Horse Cart Champion Class

This class cannot be selected by the exhibitors. It is only open to the first, second and third place winners of the Miniature Horse Men’s Cart Class and the Ladies Cart Class. Same driver, horse and vehicle. No substitutions.

Prizes: 1st: $70, 2nd: $60, 3rd: $50, others: $30

Sponsorship: Ola Armstrong, Arnprior, Kanata Opticians, Mike Cranston, Kanata

46.

Miniature Junior Cart Class – 13 to 18 years

Drivers in this class are encouraged to wear an approved helmet and must be accompanied by a capable adult

Sponsorship: Argue Construction Ltd., Shawn Argue, Carp, Trophy: Argue Construction Ltd., Shawn Argue, Carp

47.

Miniature Junior Cart Class – 12 years and under

Drivers in this class MUST wear an approved helmet and must be accompanied by a capable adult.

Sponsorship: Wendy Falls, Carp, Greensmere Golf & Country Club, Debra Griffith, Carp

48.

Miniature Obstacle Cone Driving Class

Please note: The horse can only be entered once in this class, and the driver can only drive once in this class.

Sponsorship: Dunrobin Village Meat & Grocery, Cindy & Julie Delahunt, Dunrobin, Tomlinson Environmental Services, Lee Timmins, Ottawa

WESTERN HORSE SHOW

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2019

Judging begins at 9:00 am

Judge: Alicia DeCou, Perth

GATE ADMISSION PRICE HAS TO BE PAID – IF NOT PRE-REGISTERED.

PRIZE MONEY WILL BE PAID OUT THE DAY OF THE SHOW

ALL TRUCKS & TRAILERS MUST ENTER THE GROUNDS AT ENTRANCE 16 LOCATED OFF LANGSTAFF DRIVE. See Parking Rule on previous page at Light Horse Department.

Membership for all exhibitors to the Carp Agricultural Society is required for this show. Exhibitors must provide proof of liability insurance with entries. If this is not provided, the exhibitor will not be allowed to show. Entries must be postmarked on or before Friday, September 6th, 2019. Entry Fee: $ 6.00 for per classes. Late entry fee is $10.00 per class paid at ringside (cash only). HST is not included. Late entries must be made at least 15 minutes prior to the beginning of class.

Any disputes – the final decision will be made by a representative of the Carp Agricultural Society. All equipment must be with the animals as this will be the only vehicle allowed on the grounds.

PLEASE NOTE ALL CLASSES WILL BE RUNNING BY ORDER AS FOLLOWS:

Youth Classes are for riders 18 and under

Adult Classes are for riders 19 and older

Open classes are for ALL riders

Games to follow after Open Trail

Open – for all riders

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Prizes: 1st: $30, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $16, 4th: $14, 5th: $12

Classes:

101.

Mares

Sponsorship: D & J Transportation, Derek Crosby, Kinburn, Dutch Landscaping, Kathy Dehaan, Carp

102.

Geldings

Sponsorship: D & J Transportation, Derek Crosby, Kinburn

103.

Youth Showmanship

Sponsorship: Dunrobin Village Meat & Grocery, Cindy & Julie Delahunt, Dunrobin

104.

Adult Showmanship

Sponsorship: Ross & Lois McLaughlin, Carp

105.

Open English Pleasure Walk/Trot

Sponsorship: West Physio Carp, Stittsville, Kanata, Arnprior, Lisa Kyte, Carp

106.

Youth English Pleasure

Sponsorship: Sign FX Inc., Rod Wilson, Carp

107.

Open English Pleasure

Sponsorship: Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean

108.

Open English Equitation Walk/Trot

Sponsorship: Scotiabank, Christene Coulas, Carp, West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Angie Beaubien, Carp

109.

Youth English Equitation

Sponsorship: Tomlinson Environmental Services, Lee Timmins, Ottawa

110.

Adult English Equitation

Sponsorship: West Ottawa Veterinary Mobile, Robert Georgeson, Dunrobin, Medham Electric Inc., Calvin Medynski & Geoff Lathem, Kemptville, Voucher: West Ottawa Veterinary Mobile, Robert Georgeson, Dunrobin

111.

Youth Lead Line (8 & Under)

Sponsorship: Ross & Lois McLaughlin, Carp

112.

Open Western Pleasure Walk/Jog

Sponsorship: Cole Funeral Services, Laurie Cole, Ottawa

113.

Youth Western Pleasure

Sponsorship: Lorne Montgomery, Carp, Tomlinson Environmental Services, Lee Timmins, Ottawa

114.

Open Western Pleasure

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Earl Stanley, Edwards

115.

Open Horsemanship Walk/Jog

Sponsorship: Peggy Blair, Carp

116.

Youth Horsemanship

Sponsorship: Bytown Animal Chiropractic, Dr. Sabrina Tracey, Stittsville

117.

Adult Horsemanship

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

118.

Open Command

Sponsorship: Wendy Deugo, Carp, In memory of Derek, Mev and Joy Robinson, Voucher: Wendy Deugo, Carp, In memory of Derek, Mev and Joy Robinson

119.

Open Trail

Sponsorship: Cole Funeral Services, Laurie Cole, Ottawa

120.

Open Barrels

Sponsorship: KE Electrical Ltd., Gordon Kemp, Carp

121.

Youth Barrels

Sponsorship: Minitel Communications Corp., Debbie Gourgon, Ottawa, ORS – Ontario Rental & Supply Ltd., Nelson Tavares, Kanata

122.

Open Keyhole

Sponsorship: Cole Funeral Services, Laurie Cole, Ottawa, West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Angie Beaubien, Carp

123.

Youth Keyhole

Sponsorship: Tomlinson Environmental Services, Lee Timmins, Ottawa, West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Angie Beaubien, Carp

124.

Open Poles

Sponsorship: Cole Funeral Services, Laurie Cole, Ottawa, Ross & Lois McLaughlin, Carp, Voucher: Ritchie Feed & Seed Ltd., Michael Ritchie, Ottawa

125.

Youth Poles

Sponsorship: West Ottawa Veterinary Mobile, Robert Georgeson, Dunrobin, Tomlinson Environmental Services, Lee Timmins, Ottawa, Voucher: West Ottawa Veterinary Mobile, Robert Georgeson, Dunrobin

126.

Open Dash for Cash

Sponsorship: Ross & Lois McLaughlin, Carp

127.

Open Flag

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton, Tomlinson Environmental Services, Lee Timmins, Ottawa

128.

Youth Flag

Sponsorship: Tomlinson Environmental Services, Lee Timmins, Ottawa

Beef Cattle

BEEF DEPARTMENT

Directors in Charge: Charles Caldwell, charlescaldwell@goldiemohrltd.ca, 613-761-0848

Judge: Kyle Lewis, Spruce Grove, Alberta

If you have any questions, please all the Director in Charge at the above number.

Make your entries online at carpfair.ca

THANK YOU TO OUR MAJOR SPONSORS JWK UTILITIES, CARP,
MASTERFEEDS, LONDON, THE PALSSON FAMILY, CARP &
WENDY CHILDS, HOME FINANCING ADVISOR-SCOTIABANK, ALMONTE

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. Proof of liability insurance must accompany each entry form for the animals being shown. Entries will not be processed until this is received and are subject to late entry fees.
  2. Manual Entries close on Friday, September 6th, 2019. ONLINE Entries will close Sunday, September 22nd, 2019. Entries will not be taken over the phone.
  3. Entry fees are 15% of the prize money awarded. The penalty for late entry, made after September, 22nd, 2019, until the day of the show, is an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.
  4. Any entries made after Friday, September 13th passes will not be mailed out, exhibitors required to pick up at fair office.
  5. $10 late entry fee per head will be charged if entered manually after Friday at 4:00 p.m.
  6. Late entry fee is an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.
  7. All exhibits must be weighed at the fair prior to showing. The birth weight, show weight and weight per day of age for all calves and yearlings to be exhibited in individual classes are to be posted.
  8. Cattle must not be removed before 4:00 p.m. the day of the show.
  9. All animals must have an approved CFIA radio frequency identification tag. The Carp Agricultural Society will charge a $25 fee for any animal that comes to the Fair without a CFIA tag.


STALLS CANNOT BE RESERVED – FIRST COME – FIRST SERVED

Any Exhibitors using stalls overnight must have approval by director in charge


ATTENTION

Each breed must be shown separately and have at least:

  1. Three exhibitors per breed
  2. Twenty-four (24) animals per breed exhibited at class “A” fairs, of which Carp is one. If these qualifications are not met by the individual breeds, only half of the prize money will be paid.
  3. All purebred registered animals, whether owned by one person or by more than one person (individually or jointly) are considered to be the production of the farm or breeding unit on which they are maintained.
  4. Each breeding unit is allowed a maximum of 10 exhibits excluding the Breeder’s Herd and Get-of- Sire classes. All exhibits must be owned by and registered in the name of the exhibitor. Note the exception of the Get-of-Sire and Breeder’s Herd classes.
  5. All animals being shown in single classes must be registered at the time of entries closing, except calves, which must be properly tattooed, in two year and mature cow/calf classes. All animals must be legibly tattooed.
  6. Market Heifers cannot be shown in purebred classes.

DEFINITIONS

  1. All purebred registered animals, whether owned by one person or by more than one person (individually or jointly) are considered to be the production of the farm or breeding unit on which they are maintained.
  2. In each classification where the same or common interest are involved in more than one breeding operation, such operations are considered as one breeding unit. In all cases where there is any doubt that more than one breeding unit exists, the interpretation should be that only one breeding unit exists. The responsibility of proof of separation of breeding units shall rest with the exhibitor(s).

NOTE: Ribbons to 5th place only for sections 3 through 10

SECTION 3 – OPEN BEEF

Saturday, September 28th, 2019 – 12:00 NOON

Open to beef animals not being shown in Section 4 through 9 Purebreds or Commercial

THANKS TO JWK UTILITIES, CARP FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF OPEN BEEF SHOW

Prizes: 1st: $120, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $65, 4th: $45, 5th: $40, 6th: $35, 7th: $30, 8th: $25, 9th: $20, 10th: $15

Classes:

1.

Bull Calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum of 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get of Sire classes.

Sponsorship: JWK Utilities & Site Service Ltd., Jason Kemp, Carp

4.

Female calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get of Sire classes.

Sponsorship: JWK Utilities & Site Service Ltd., Jason Kemp, Carp

6.

Heifer, any animal born in 2018

Any age yearling

Sponsorship: JWK Utilities & Site Service Ltd., Jason Kemp, Carp

SECTION 4 – HEREFORD – Open Show

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 2019, 12:00 NOON

THANKS TO C & M ELECTRIC, CARP FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE CARP FAIR HEREFORD SHOW.

NOTE: All rules and regulations associated with this show will be adhered to. Red shirt must be worn in the show-ring.

Prizes: 1st: $120, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $65, 4th: $45, 5th: $40, 6th: $35, 7th: $30, 8th: $25, 9th: $20, 10th: $15

Classes:

1.

Bull calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum of 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get of Sire classes.

Sponsorship: Baker Tilly Ottawa LLP, Janice Beaudoin, Ottawa

2.

Bull yearling January 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: Bradley’s Commercial Insurance, Ross Bradley, Stittsville

3.

Bull born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

Sponsorship: Glenn Montgomery, Carp, David S. Graham, Ashton

Hereford Grand Champion Bull

Banner: RBC Kinburn Branch, Catherine Metcalfe, Kinburn

Hereford Reserve Champion Bull

4.

Female Calf born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get of Sire classes

Sponsorship: T. G. Carroll Cartage Ltd., Carp

5.

Heifer, born April 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

6.

Heifer, born January 1st, 2018 to March 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: Myers Kanata Chev-Buick-GMC, Nick Lovegrove, Kanata

Hereford Junior Champion Female

Banner: Bar J P Herefords, Joe & Peggy Palsson, Carp

Hereford Reserve Junior Champion Female

7.

Female, born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

With her own 2018 natural tattooed calf at foot.

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit except that the calf is eligible to be shown as a single animal in classes 1 and 4.

Sponsorship: Jamie Johnston, Carp

8.

Female born prior to January 1st, 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot.

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit (in cow/calf classes) except that the calf may show as a single animal in the classes 1 and 4.

Sponsorship: Landstorm Contracting Ltd., Doug Craig, Carp

Hereford Senior Champion Female

Hereford Reserve Senior Champion Female

Hereford Grand Champion Female

Banner: M. Downey Excavating Ltd., Mervin Downey, Pakenham

Hereford Reserve Grand Champion Female

9.

Breeder’s Herd – Group of 4 animals bred by the Exhibitor

Both sexes to be represented and must have been shown in their previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor. Registration papers to ringside.

Sponsorship: Wayneford Farms, Estate of Wayne Crawford, Kinburn, Voucher: Wayneford Farms, Estate of Wayne Crawford, Kinburn

10.

Get-of-Sire – Group of 3 animals from the same sire

Both sexes to be represented and they must have been shown in the previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor.

Sponsorship: C & M Electric, Carp, Voucher: C & M Electric, Carp

Hereford Premier Breeder

Banner: Glenn Montgomery, Carp

Hereford Premier Exhibitor

Banner: Jill Benger, Kinburn, Donated by the family in loving memory of Rory Bradley

17.

Junior Show

Junior Hereford Showmanship Classes

There will be no cost to enter these classes. Each participant will receive $5.00 as a reward from the Ottawa Valley Junior Hereford Association. Contact Ivor Thurston, 613-324-4864 for more information.

SECTION 5 – LIMOUSIN

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 2019, 12:00 NOON


Prizes: 1st: $120, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $65, 4th: $45, 5th: $40, 6th: $35, 7th: $30, 8th: $25, 9th: $20, 10th: $15

Classes:

1.

Bull calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum of 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get of Sire classes

Sponsorship: T. G. Carroll Cartage Ltd., Carp

2.

Bull yearling, born January 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: Bradley’s Commercial Insurance, Ross Bradley, Stittsville

3.

Bull, born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

Sponsorship: Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd., Thomas Cavanagh, Ashton

Limousin Grand Champion Bull

Limousin Reserve Grand Champion Bull

4.

Female calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get of Sire classes.

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

5.

Heifer, born March 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

6.

Heifer, born January 1st, 2018 to February 28th, 2018

Sponsorship: Myers Kanata Chev-Buick-GMC, Nick Lovegrove, Kanata

Limousin Junior Champion Female

Limousin Reserve Junior Champion Female

JUNIOR & SENIOR YEARLINGS

7.

Female, born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot.

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit except that the calf is eligible to be shown as a single animal in classes 1 and 4

Sponsorship: Nixon Farms, Stan & Pat Nixon, Kars

8.

Female, born prior to January 1st, 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot

Sponsorship: Almonte Veterinary Services, Dr. Cheryl Osso, Almonte

Limousin Senior Champion Female

Limousin Reserve Senior Champion Female

Limousin Grand Champion Female

Limousin Reserve Grand Champion Female

9.

Breeders Herd – Group of 4 animals bred by the Exhibitor

Both sexes to be represented and must have been shown in their previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor. Registration papers to be ringside.

Sponsorship: Bill & Margaret Robinson, Woodlawn, Voucher: Bill & Margaret Robinson, Woodlawn

10.

Get-of-Sire – group of 3 animals from the same sire

Both sexes to be represented and they must have been shown in the previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor. Name Get-of-Sire

Sponsorship: West Carleton Drug Mart Pharmasave, Carp

Limousin Premier Breeder

Limousin Premier Exhibitor

Voucher: Bob & Kathy Foster, Pakenham

SECTION 6 – SHORTHORN

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 2019, 12:00 noon

Prizes: 1st: $120, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $65, 4th: $45, 5th: $40, 6th: $35, 7th: $30, 8th: $25, 9th: $20, 10th: $15

Classes:

1.

Bull calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum of 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get-of-Sire classes.

Sponsorship: Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd., Thomas Cavanagh, Ashton

2.

Bull, yearling born January 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: Bradley’s Commercial Insurance, Ross Bradley, Stittsville

3.

Bull, born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

Sponsorship: Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd., Thomas Cavanagh, Ashton

Shorthorn Grand Champion Bull

Shorthorn Reserve Grand Champion Bull

4.

Female calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get-of-Sire classes.

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

5.

Heifer, born March 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

6.

Heifer, born January 1st, 2018 to February 28th, 2018

Sponsorship: Myers Kanata Chev-Buick-GMC, Nick Lovegrove, Kanata

Shorthorn Junior Champion Female

Shorthorn Reserve Junior Champion Female

7.

Female, born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot.

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit except that the calf is eligible to be shown as a single animal in classes 1 and 4.

Sponsorship: Warren & Wendy Lathem, Carp

8.

Female, born prior to January 1st, 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot.

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit (in cow/calf classes) except that the calf may show as a single animal in the classes 1 and 4

Sponsorship: Bob & Kathy Foster, Pakenham

Shorthorn Senior Champion Female

Shorthorn Reserve Senior Champion Female

Shorthorn Grand Champion Female

Trophy: In Memory of Reg Daly donated Ottawa Valley Shorthorn Club

Shorthorn Reserve Grand Champion Female

9.

Breeders’ Herd – group of 4 animals bred by the Exhibitor

Both sexes to be represented and must have been shown in their previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor. Registration papers to ringside.

Voucher: Bill & Margaret Robinson, Woodlawn

10.

Get-of-Sire – group of 3 animals from the same sire

Both sexes to be represented and they must have been shown in the previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor. Name Get-of-Sire.

Sponsorship: Landstorm Contracting Ltd., Doug Craig, Carp

Shorthorn Premier Breeder

Banner: David S. Graham, Ashton

Shorthorn Premier Exhibitor

SECTION 7 – ABERDEEN ANGUS

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 2019, 11:30 a.m.

Prizes: 1st: $120, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $65, 4th: $45, 5th: $40, 6th: $35, 7th: $30, 8th: $25, 9th: $20, 10th: $15

Classes:

1.

Bull calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum of 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get-of-Sire classes

Sponsorship: Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd., Thomas Cavanagh, Ashton, Rescue Auto Detail, Clint Gilbert, Carp

2.

Bull, yearling born January 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: Bradley’s Commercial Insurance, Ross Bradley, Stittsville

3.

Bull, born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

Sponsorship: KE Electrical Ltd., Gordon Kemp, Carp

Aberdeen Angus Grand Champion Bull

Aberdeen Angus Reserve Grand Champion Bull

4.

Female calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get-of-Sire classes.

Sponsorship: Thomas Cavanagh Construction Ltd., Thomas Cavanagh, Ashton

5.

Heifer, born March 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: RBC Kinburn Branch, Catherine Metcalfe, Kinburn

6.

Heifer, born January 1st, 2018 to February 28th, 2018

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

Aberdeen Angus Junior Champion Female

Aberdeen Angus Reserve Junior Champion Female

7.

Female, born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit except that the calf is eligible to be shown as a single animal in classes 1 and 4

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

8.

Female, born prior to January 1st, 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot.

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit (in cow/calf classes) except that the calf may show as a single animal in the classes 1 and 4

Aberdeen Angus Senior Champion Female

Aberdeen Angus Reserve Senior Champion Female

Aberdeen Angus Grand Champion Female

Aberdeen Angus Reserve Grand Champion Female

9.

Breeders’ Herd – group of 4 animals bred by the Exhibitor

Both sexes to be represented and must have been shown in their previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor. Registration papers to ringside.

Sponsorship: Kazda Investments, Doug Kazda, Carp

10.

Get-of-Sire – group of 3 animals from the same sire

Both sexes to be represented and they must have been shown in the previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor.

Sponsorship: West Carleton Drug Mart Pharmasave, Carp

Aberdeen Angus Premier Breeder

Aberdeen Angus Premier Exhibitor

SECTION 8 – SIMMENTAL

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 2019, 11:00 am

Prizes: 1st: $120, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $65, 4th: $45, 5th: $40, 6th: $35, 7th: $30, 8th: $25, 9th: $20, 10th: $15

Classes:

1.

Bull calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get-of Sire classes

Sponsorship: Home Financing Advisor, Scotiabank, Wendy Childs, Almonte

2.

Bull, yearling born January 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: Bradley’s Commercial Insurance, Ross Bradley, Stittsville

3.

Bull, born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

Sponsorship: Home Financing Advisor, Scotiabank, Wendy Childs, Almonte

Simmental Grand Champion Bull

Trophy: Royal Lepage Team Realty, Ron Bidgood, Kinburn

Simmental Reserve Grand Champion Bull

4.

Female calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get-of-Sire classes.

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

5.

Heifer, born March 1st, 2018 to December 31 2018

Sponsorship: David S. Graham, Ashton

6.

Heifer, born January 1st, 2018 to February 28th, 2018

Sponsorship: Myers Kanata Chev-Buick-GMC, Nick Lovegrove, Kanata

Simmental Junior Champion Female

Simmental Reserve Junior Champion Female

7.

Female, born January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit except that the calf is eligible to be shown as a single animal in classes 1 and 4

8.

Female, born prior to January 1st, 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot.

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit (in cow/calf classes) except that the calf may show as a single animal in the classes 1 and 4.

Trophy: RBC Kinburn Branch, Catherine Metcalfe, Kinburn

Simmental Senior Champion Female

Simmental Reserve Senior Champion Female

Simmental Grand Champion Female

Banner: RBC Kinburn Branch, Catherine Metcalfe, Kinburn

Simmental Reserve Grand Champion Female

9.

Breeders’ Herd – group of 4 animals bred by the Exhibitor

Both sexes to be represented and must have been shown in their previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor. Registration papers to ringside.

10.

Get-of-Sire – group of 3 animals from the same Sire

Both sexes to be represented and they must have been shown in the previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one entry per exhibitor. Name Get-of-Sire.

Sponsorship: Landstorm Contracting Ltd., Doug Craig, Carp

Simmental Premier Breeder

Simmental Premier Exhibitor

Sponsorship: Barry & Peggy Graham, Carp

15.

Showmanship – 12 to 15 years of age

16.

Showmanship – 16 to 25 years of age

SECTION 9 – FULLBLOOD SIMMENTAL

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 2019 – 11:00 a.m.

Ribbons Only to Championship Classes

Prizes: 1st: $120, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $60, 4th: $50, 5th: $40, 6th: $35, 7th: $30, 8th: $25, 9th: $20, 10th: $15

Classes:

1.

Bull calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

In Memory of Paul Maxwell – Maxwell Land & Livestock

Minimum of 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get-of-Sire classes.

Sponsorship: Alliance Simmental Farms, Mike McCart, North Gower, Windy Meadows Farms, Lori McRae-Leitch, Almonte, Jane St. Denis, Kanata, In Memory of Paul Maxwell – Maxwell Land & Livestock

2.

Female calf, born on or after January 1st, 2019

Minimum 3 months of age on day of judging that they may also be part of the Breeders’ Herd and Get-of-Sire classes.

Sponsorship: Jim MacKenzie, Ottawa

3.

Heifer, born January 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018

Senior Yearling

Banner: Lorolin Simmentals, Lorne & Linda Orser, Verona

4.

Female, born January 1st 2017 to December 31st, 2017

With her own 2018 natural tattooed calf at foot.

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit except that the calf is eligible to be shown as a single animal in classes 1 and 2.

Sponsorship: McDougall Insurance Brokers Ltd., Kurt Shier, Arnprior, Banner: Dobbie Simmentals, Jeff & April Dobbie, Spencerville

5.

Female, born prior to January 1st 2017

With her own 2019 natural tattooed calf at foot.

Female and calf shall be shown as a unit (in cow/calf classes) except that the calf may show as a single animal in classes 1 and 2.

Sponsorship: Evergreen Odds, Norm & Donna Plume, Cardinal, V5 Simmentals, Barbara Vance, Kanata

SECTION 10 – MARKET STEERS & HEIFERS

Sunday, September 29th, 2019, 4:00 p.m. (Approximately)

Exhibitors may enter two animals per section. The animals will be weighed the day of the show and two classes will be made accordingly. These animals must be weighed in before 12:00 noon the day of the show. Market Heifers cannot be shown in the purebred classes. Ringside Judging for the Market Steers & Heifer Class. The proceeds will be donated to 4-H.


Prizes: 1st: $120, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $65, 4th: $45, 5th: $40, 6th: $35, 7th: $30, 8th: $25, 9th: $20, 10th: $15

Classes:

1.

Light Weight Market Steer/Heifer

Sponsorship: Elliott Farm Equipment Ltd., Peter Elliott, Pembroke, Trophy: Elliott Farm Equipment Ltd., Peter Elliott, Pembroke

2.

Heavy Weight Market Steer/Heifer

Sponsorship: Rayburn Evans, Pakenham, Keith & Mary Samson, Kinburn, Trophy: Keith & Mary Samson, Kinburn

Grand Champion Market Steer/Heifer

Banner: David Green, Kinburn, Donated by David & Joanna Green & Family, Kinburn

Dairy Cattle

DAIRY HEIFER SHOW

Friday, September 27th, 2019 at 1:30pm

Directors in Charge: Mike Jensen mike.jensen.ua@gmail.com 613-617-1224

Judge: Ryan Crawley, Hastings, ON

If you have any questions, please call the Directors in Charge at the above number.

Make your entries online at carpfair.ca

THANKS TO PROTYRE, RENFREW, AUDREY GUIGUES-ALEXANDER, KANATA, & BBS CONSTRUCTION LTD , OTTAWA & Dairy Distillery, Almonte FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE DAIRY SHOW

This show includes both Holstein & Coloured Breed Heifers

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. Proof of liability insurance must accompany each entry form for the animals being shown. Entries will not be processed until this is received and are subject to late entry fees.
  2. Manual Entries close on Friday, September 6th, 2019. ONLINE Entries will close Sunday, September 22nd, 2019. Entries will not be taken over the phone.
  3. Entry fees are 15% of the prize money awarded. The penalty for late entry, made after September 22nd, 2019 until the day of the show, is an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.
  4. Any entries made after Friday, September 13th passes will not be mailed out, exhibitors required to pick up at fair office.
  5. The entry fee is 15% of the prize money awarded.
  6. Late entry fee is an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.
  7. Cattle must not be removed before 4:00 p.m. the day of the show – BUT must be out of the barn by 6:00 p.m.
  8. Code of ethics for all dairy cattle exhibitors

The following supports good animal husbandry practices at shows, while presenting a positive image to spectators. All exhibitors and their fitters, agents, or other representatives agree to abide by the following rules and regulations.

The following practices or procedures are unacceptable in the show ring or registered dairy cattle:

  1. Misrepresenting the age or ownership of an animal
  2. Filling an animal’s rumen unnaturally with liquid (tubing)
  3. Administering epidural anaesthesia (blocking tails) and/or applying any irritant either externally or internally to the perineal (rectum and vagina) area
  4. Inserting foreign material/articles under the skin, into the topline (including hair not attached to its own hair follicle) or on the feet (administration of acceptable medications, and false switches and tails is permitted)
  5. Performing surgery of any kind to change the natural contour of appearance of the animal’s body, hide or hair. Not included is the removal of warts, teats and horns, clipping and dressing of hair and trimming of hooves
  6. Criticizing or interfering with the judge, show management or other exhibitors, or other conduct detrimental to the breed or show
  7. Wrapping hocks or draining fluid from hocks unless authorized by a veterinarian at the show

All exhibitors and their fitters, agents or other representatives agree to abide by the Standard Procedures and Rules and Regulations for Showing Dairy Cattle and/or other show rules and regulations.

ATTENTION

To be eligible for prize money, each breed must be shown separately and have at least:

  1. All exhibits must be owned by and registered in the name of the exhibitor. All animals must have an approved CCIA radio frequency identification tag. The Carp Agricultural Society will charge a $25 fee for any animal that comes to the Fair without a CCIA tag. All exhibitors will be required to present registration certificates on demand by an official of the Show. Failure to comply with this request will disqualify entries or animals from being exhibited.
  2. All exhibits must be registered in the name of the exhibitor in accordance with the by-laws of the Association. The certificate of registration must state if the animal is purebred or at least 75% of purebred inheritance, registered and recorded on the records of the Association in the name of the exhibitor. No animals will be accepted without a registration certificate or facsimile copy of both sides of up-to-date registration certificate from the breed offices. There will be no exceptions and no animal will be allowed to show on a signed transfer or Photostat certificate of registry. Each animal will be checked for show eligibility against its registration certificate prior to showing.
  3. The calculation of Premier Exhibitor and Premier Breeder points per exhibitor and per breeder will be assessed on a maximum of ten (10) animals shown and earning points in the individual classes.

Pee Wee Showmanship – Dairy Calf to be shown by a child ages 3-10 years. Show will start after 4-H Dairy Show.

PRIZE MONEY: $5.00 to each participant. Exhibitor Rosettes to all participants. Sponsored by Matt & Lexi Munro & Family, Carp

NOTE: Ribbons to 5th place.

Holstein & Coloured Breeds Heifer Show


Prizes: 1st: $120, 2nd: $85, 3rd: $65, 4th: $45, 5th: $40, 6th: $35, 7th: $30, 8th: $25, 9th: $20, 10th: $15

Classes:

1.

Summer Calf Class

Born on or after June 1st, 2019

Sponsorship: P3 Veterinary Partners Inc., Mississippi Vet Services, Pakenham, RBC Campeau Branch, Faye Potter, Kanata, Appaulo Farms, Barry Paul, Carp

2.

Female Junior Calf

Born March 1st, 2019 To May 31st, 2019

Sponsorship: Fairburn Farms, Helen Dean, Arnprior, Donridge Farms, Matt Munro, Carp, & FAMILY

3.

Female Intermediate Calf

Born December 1st, 2018 to February 28th, 2019

Sponsorship: Fadi’s Fabulous Foods, Fadi Baroud, North Gower, Grand Valley Fortifiers, Margaret Currie, Ottawa, Rivington Homes Ltd., Doug Rivington & Connie & Steve Howie, Carp

4.

Female Senior Calf

Born September 1st, 2018 To November 30th, 2018

Sponsorship: Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp, MUNRO FARMS, Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Earl Stanley, Edwards, Voucher: Kinburn Farm Supply Ltd., John Herrick, Kinburn

5.

Female Summer Yearling

Born June 1st, 2018 To August 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: M & P Farm Equipment, Patsy Lowry, Almonte, Rivington Homes Ltd., Doug Rivington & Connie & Steve Howie, Carp, Trophy: Scotiabank, Christene Coulas, Carp

6.

Female Junior Yearling

Born March 1st, 2018 to May 31st, 2018

Sponsorship: West Physio Carp, Stittsville, Kanata, Arnprior, Lisa Kyte, Carp, Rivington Homes Ltd., Doug Rivington & Connie & Steve Howie, Carp

7.

Female Winter Yearling

Born September 1st, 2017 to February 28th, 2018

Sponsorship: New McLaren Systems Inc., Wayne McLaren, Cobden, Oakleigh, Prior-Keefer Family, Susan Prior, Carp, Rivington Homes Ltd., Doug Rivington & Connie & Steve Howie, Carp, Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp

8.

Female Senior Yearling

Born September 1st, 2017 to November 30th, 2017

Sponsorship: D.A. Bielaskie & Son Ltd., Kevin Bielaskie, Cobden, Validity Genetics Testing,1331564 Ontario Inc., David Eastman, Rockwood

9.

Breeder’s Herd

A Group Of 3 Animals Limited to One Entry Per Exhibitor

Sponsorship: Almonte Veterinary Services, Dr. Cheryl Osso, Almonte

CHAMPION

Trophy: P3 Veterinary Partners Inc., Mississippi Vet Services, Pakenham, Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp

CHAMPION – Reserve

Trophy: P3 Veterinary Partners Inc., Mississippi Vet Services, Pakenham

CHAMPION – Honourable Mention

Trophy: P3 Veterinary Partners Inc., Mississippi Vet Services, Pakenham

PREMIER BREEDER

PREMIER EXHIBITOR

Voucher: Susan Cavanagh, Kinburn, IN MEMORY OF LEE CAVANAGH

SUPREME CHAMPION HEIFER Prize: $500

Sponsorship: Paulview Farms Ltd., Bruce Paul, Pakenham

Sheep

SHEEP DEPARTMENT
Sunday, September 29th, 2019 – Judging begins at 10:00am
Director in Charge: Stephen Johnson stephenj90@hotmail.com 613-791-8775

Judge: Ian Grant, Kemptville, ON

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge at the above number.
Make your entries online at carpfair.ca

CARP FAIR WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR SPONSORSHIP:
CANADIAN CO-OP WOOL GROWERS, CARLETON PLACE, HUNTLEY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, MISSISSIPPI VET SERVICES, DRS. LARRY & NANCY CAVEN, PAKENHAM, RON’S PUMPING SERVICE, PAKENHAM.
All exhibitors must have livestock in. Exhibitors can leave the buildings after 4:30 pm

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. Proof of liability insurance must accompany each entry form for the animals being shown. Entries will not be processed until this information is received and are submitted to late entry fees.
  2. Manual Entries close on Friday, September 6th, 2019. ONLINE Entries will close Sunday, September 22nd, 2019. Entries will not be taken over the phone.
  3. Entry fees are 15% of the prize money awarded.
  4. Any entries made after Friday, September 13th passes will not be mailed out, exhibitors required to pick up at fair office.
  5. Entry fees are 20% of the prize money awarded.The penalty for late entry, made after September 22nd, 2019 until the day of the show, is an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.
  6. Late entry fees are an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.
  7. There are open pens and all animals must be in the pens when judging begins.
  8. No animals can arrive on site previous to Sunday morning at 7:00 a.m.
  9. *ALL ANIMALS MUST BE EAR TAGGED BEFORE ARRIVING TO FAIR, NO EXCEPTIONS.*
  10. The Carp Agricultural Society will charge a $25 fee for any animal that comes to the Fair without a CFIA tag.
    ATTENTION:
    Each breed must be shown separately and have at least:
  1. Three exhibitors per breed
  2. Twelve animals per breed exhibited at a Class A Fair, of which Carp is one. If these qualifications are not met by the individual breeds, only half of the prize money will be paid.
  3. The maximum total eligible exhibits per breed from a breeding unit is 6 head.
  4. All exhibits must be owned by and registered in the name of the exhibitor. All animals must be legibly tattooed.

Note: Ribbon to 5th place.

Suffolk

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Ewe Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors in place. Born & bred in Canada

Sponsorship: West Carleton Electric Ltd, Dale Hanna, Woodlawn

2.

Ewe

1st pair of temporary incisors in place. Born & Bred in Canada

Sponsorship: Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp

3.

Ram Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place

Sponsorship: Ron’s Pumping Service, Rick & Joanne Lindsay, Pakenham

4.

Ram

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born in Canada

Sponsorship: Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean

5.

Get-of-Sire, Group of 3 animals by the same sire

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Both sexes may be represented

Born property of the exhibitor.

Sponsorship: P3 Veterinary Partners Inc., Mississippi Vet Services, Pakenham

6.

Breeder’s Flock, Group of 4 Animals

Both sexes must be represented – all the animals in a group are to be of one breed – bred & owned by exhibitor.

Suffolk Champion Ram

Dorset

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Ewe Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born & bred in Canada

Sponsorship: West Carleton Electric Ltd, Dale Hanna, Woodlawn

2.

Ewe

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born & bred in Canada

Sponsorship: Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp

3.

Ram Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place.

Sponsorship: Ron’s Pumping Service, Rick & Joanne Lindsay, Pakenham

4.

Ram

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born in Canada

Sponsorship: Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean

5.

Get-of-Sire, group of 3 animals by the same sire

First pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Both sexes may be represented. Born property of exhibitor

Sponsorship: Weatherwall (Ottawa) Enclosures Inc., John S. Caldwell, Carp

6.

Breeder’s Flock, group of 4 animals.

All animals in group are to be of one breed. Bred & owned by the exhibitor. Both sexes must be represented

Dorset Champion Ram

Cheviot

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Ewe Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born & bred in Canada.

Sponsorship: Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean

2.

Ewe

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born & bred in Canada.

Sponsorship: Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp

3.

Ram Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place.

Sponsorship: Ron’s Pumping Service, Rick & Joanne Lindsay, Pakenham

4.

Ram

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born in Canada

Sponsorship: Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean

5.

Get-of-Sire, group of 3 animals by the same sire.

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Both sexes may be represented.

Sponsorship: Weatherwall (Ottawa) Enclosures Inc., John S. Caldwell, Carp

6.

Breeder’s Flock, group of 4 animals. Both sexes must be represented.

All the animals in a group are to be of one breed. Bred & owned by the exhibitor.

Cheviot Champion Ram

Hampshire

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Ewe Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born & bred in Canada

Sponsorship: West Carleton Electric Ltd, Dale Hanna, Woodlawn

2.

Ewe

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born & bred in Canada

Sponsorship: Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp

3.

Ram Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place.

Sponsorship: Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean

4.

Ram

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born in Canada

Sponsorship: Cooper Rentals, Nick Labelle, Nepean

5.

Get-of-Sire, group of 3 animals by the same sire.

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Both sexes may be represented.

Sponsorship: Weatherwall (Ottawa) Enclosures Inc., John S. Caldwell, Carp

6.

Breeder’s Flock, group of 4 animals

All the animals in the group are to be of one breed. Bred & owned by the exhibitor. Both sexes must be represented

Hampshire Champion Ram

Other Breeds

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Ewe Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born & bred in Canada.

Sponsorship: West Carleton Electric Ltd, Dale Hanna, Woodlawn

2.

Ewe

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born in Canada.

Sponsorship: Munro Farms, Stephen Munro, Carp

3.

Ram Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place.

Sponsorship: Huntley Community Association, Peter Green, Carp

4.

Ram

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born in Canada.

Sponsorship: Huntley Community Association, Peter Green, Carp

5.

Get-of-Sire, group of 3 animals by same sire.

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Bred & owned by the exhibitor. Both sexes may be represented.

Sponsorship: Weatherwall (Ottawa) Enclosures Inc., John S. Caldwell, Carp

6.

Breeder’s Flock, group of 4 animals.

All animals in group must be of one breed. Bred & owned by the exhibitor. Both sexes must be represented.

Champion Ewe

Champion Ram

Market Lambs

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Open market lambs

Market Lamb Prize: $45

Commercial

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Ewe Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born & bred in Canada.

Sponsorship: Canadian Co-Operative Wool Growers Ltd, Lee Anne Durant-McIntyre, Carleton Place

2.

Ewe

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born & bred in Canada

3.

Ram Yearling

3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place.

4.

Ram

1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place. Born in Canada.

5.

Breeder’s Flock, group of 4 animals.

All animals in group must be of one breed. Bred & owned by the exhibitor.

Open Junior Showmanship (Age 5-21)

Prize: $5

Classes:

1.

Open Junior Showmanship (Age 5-21)

Goat

GOAT DEPARTMENT

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th, 2019
Judging begins at 3:00pm (approximately)

Director in Charge: Stephen Johnson stephenj90@hotmail.com 613-791-8775

Judge: Nancy McNeil, Warwick, QC

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge at the above number.
Make your entries online at carpfair.ca

THANK YOU TO BMO BANK OF MONTREAL FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR and CARP SHOW N’ SHINE, CARP AND ROBERT & SHANE BRITTON-CARRY, COKERY POST FARM, CARP FOR THEIR SPONSORSHIP

All exhibitors must have livestock in barn by 9:00 am the morning of the show.
No exhibitors can leave the building until after the conclusion of the show.

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. Proof of liability insurance must accompany each entry form for the animals being shown. Entries will not be processed until this information is received and are subject to late entry fees.
  2. Manual Entries close on Friday, September 6th, 2019. ONLINE Entries will close Sunday, September 22nd, 2019. Entries will not be taken over the phone.
  3. Entry fees are 15% of the prize money awarded.
  4. Any entries made after Friday, September 13th passes will not be mailed out, exhibitors required to pick up at fair office.
  5. Entry fees are 20% of the prize money awarded.
  6. Late entry fees are an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.The penalty for late entry, made after September 22nd, 2019 until the day of the show, is an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.
  7. There are open pens and all animals must be in the pens when judging begins.
  8. No animals can arrive on site previous to Friday, September 27th, 2019 at 7:00 am.
  9. All Pureblood animals must be tagged

ATTENTION:

Each breed must be shown separately and have at least:

  1. Three exhibitors per breed
  2. Twelve animals per breed exhibited at a Class A Fair, of which Carp Fair is one. If these qualifications are not met by the individual breeds, only half of the prize money will be paid.
  3. All exhibits must be owned by and registered in the name of the exhibitor.
  4. All animals must be legibly tattooed. Any animal not tattooed will be shown in the commercial classes.

**The all breeds class will be merged with the lowest breed entries**
Ribbons awarded until 5th place. Ribbons only to Championship Classes.
The following classes will be judged on September 27th, 2019 commencing at 3:00 pm:

Open Youth Showmanship:

Classes:

13.

Open Youth Showmanship- Prize: $5

Goats to be shown by children bewtween 5 – 12 years old, splits depending on numbers.

Participants do not have to own their goat.

Sponsorship: Corkery Post Farm, Shane Britton-Carry, Carp

Registered Boer Fullblood & Purebred

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Doe kid of current year – 0 to 9 months

Sponsorship: Carp Show N’ Shine, Laurie Lord, Kinburn

2.

Yearling doe – 9 to 24 months – Never kidded

Sponsorship: Carp Show N’ Shine, Laurie Lord, Kinburn

3.

Yearling doe – 12 to 24 months – Having kidded

Sponsorship: Monalea Petting Zoo – Ferme Debbie & Ross, Ross & Debbie McCaig, Brownsburg-Chatham, QC

4.

Mature doe – 12 to 24 months – Having kidded

Sponsorship: Rescue Auto Detail, Clint Gilbert, Carp

5.

Mature doe – 24 to 36 months – Having kidded

Sponsorship: Rescue Auto Detail, Clint Gilbert, Carp

6.

Buck kid of current year – 0 to 9 months

7.

Yearling buck – born in the previous calendar year

8.

Buck – 2 years old

9.

Mature buck – 3 years & over

10.

Get-of-Sire – group of 3 animals by the same sire

Born property of the exhibitor, both sexes may be represented

11.

Breeder’s Herd – group of 4 animals all of one breed

Bred & owned by the exhibitor, both sexes MUST be represented

12.

Best Exhibitor’s Herd

Group of 4 animals owned by the exhibitor

Sponsorship: Brian & Mary Carry, Kinburn

All other Breeds – Must state breed prior to show

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Doe kid of current year – 0 to 9 months

2.

Yearling doe – 9 to 24 months – Never kidded

3.

Yearling doe – 12 to 24 months – Having kidded

4.

Mature doe – 24 to 36 months – Having kidded

Sponsorship: Rescue Auto Detail, Clint Gilbert, Carp

5.

Mature doe – over 36 months – Having kidded

Sponsorship: Rescue Auto Detail, Clint Gilbert, Carp

6.

Buck kid of current year – 0 to 9 months

7.

Yearling buck – born in previous calendar year

8.

Buck – 2 years old

9.

Mature buck – 3 years & over

10.

Get-of-Sire – group of 3 animals by the same sire

Born the property of the exhibitor, both sexes may be represented

11.

Breeder’s Herd – group of 4 animals all of one breed

Both sexes must be represented

12.

Best Exhibitor’s Herd

Group of 4 animals owned by the exhibitor

Commercial

Prizes: 1st: $60, 2nd: $50, 3rd: $40, 4th: $30, 5th: $25, 6th: $20, 7th: $13, 8th: $10, 9th: $8, 10th: $6

Classes:

1.

Doe kid of the current year – 0 to 9 months

2.

Yearling doe – 9 to 24 months – Never kidded

3.

Yearling doe – 12 to 24 months – Having kidded

4.

Mature doe – 24 to 36 months – Having kidded

Sponsorship: Rescue Auto Detail, Clint Gilbert, Carp

5.

Mature doe – over 36 months

Sponsorship: Rescue Auto Detail, Clint Gilbert, Carp

6.

Buck kid of current year – 0 to 9 months

7.

Yearling buck – born in the previous calendar year

8.

Buck – 2 years old

9.

Mature buck – 3 years and over

10.

Get-of-Sire – group of 3 animals by the same sire

Both sexes may be represented, born property of the exhibitor

11.

Breeder’s Herd – group of 4 animals all of one breed

Both sexes must be represented, bred & owned by the exhibitor

12.

Best Exhibitor’s Herd

Group of 4 animals owned by exhibitor

Field Crops

FIELD CROP DEPARTMENT

SECTION 24

Director in Charge: Desmond Dean ddean@golder.com 613-229-5310

If you have any questions, please call the Directors in Charge at the above number.

Make your entries online at carpfair.ca and we will print off all the tags for your classes

Theme for the 2019 Carp Fair: “Connected to our community, Committed to the people”

THANKS TO BIT-TA-LUK FARMS, CARP & P.T. SULLIVAN AGRO INC, CARP

FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE FIELD CROP DEPARTMENT


A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 23rd, 2019, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 25th, 2019, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 26th, 2019 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 26th, 2019 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 29th, 2019. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 30th, 2019 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

PASSES – Field Crop, Grains & Seeds, Fruits & Vegetables, Honey, Flowers, Culinary Science, Sewing, Needlework & Crafts, Home Brewing Wine & Beer and Eggs – If LESS than 10 articles exhibited: a pass for Sunday for Child (6-12 years) or Adult (13 years & up). If 10 articles or more: a weekend pass for Child (6-12 years) or Adult (13 years & up). These prizes are subject to change.

RIBBONS: Ribbons to 5th place

PRIZE MONEY – The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

JUDGING STANDARDS BOOKS – The Ontario Association of Agriculture Societies, OAAS, Ontario Fairs, Agriculture & Homecraft Judging Standards may be ordered for a $5.00 fee. Please contact Vince Brennan at oaasofficemanager@gmail.com or 613-395-2495.


IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. The fields have been judged previously.
  2. Please take note the specifications of the samples required to be judged.
  3. Sample bags may be picked up at the fair office during office hours 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, before Wednesday, September 25th, 2019.

Field Crop

Sponsorship: David Blair, Pakenham, Donation: P. T. Sullivan Agro Inc., Paul Sullivan, Kinburn, Trophy: Awarded to the exhibitor with the highest score for any three fields & samples judged in this department

Prizes: 1st: $30, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $20, 4th: $18, 5th: $15, 6th: $12, 7th: $10, 8th: $8, 9th: $7, 10th: $5

Classes:

1.

Mixed Hay – 80% legume- 20% grasses, exhibit to a sample of dry hay (first cut)

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for sample.

Sponsorship: Bit-Ta-Luk Farms, Gordon Ross, Carp

2.

Grass Hay – Any grass or legume/grass mixture less than 80%-20%.

Exhibit to be a sample of dry (first cut). Possible score:100 points for field, 25 points for sample

Sponsorship: P. T. Sullivan Agro Inc., Paul Sullivan, Kinburn

3.

Ensilage Corn- exhibit to be 6 stalks of corn

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for stalks

Sponsorship: Bit-Ta-Luk Farms, Gordon Ross, Carp

4.

Grain Corn – exhibit to be 6 ears of corn.

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for ears

Sponsorship: Bit-Ta-Luk Farms, Gordon Ross, Carp

5.

Mixed Grain – exhibit to be a 2 lb sample

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for sample

Sponsorship: P. T. Sullivan Agro Inc., Paul Sullivan, Kinburn

6.

Barley – Exhibit to be a 2 lb sample

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for sample

Sponsorship: Ottawa Valley Grain Products, Kevin Stewart, Carp

7.

Soybeans – Exhibit to be shown as a sheaf, 6 in a sheaf, cut off roots on bean.

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for the sample.

Sponsorship: P. T. Sullivan Agro Inc., Paul Sullivan, Kinburn

8.

Spring wheat – Exhibit to be 2 lb sample

Possible score: 100 points for in field, 25 points for the sample

Sponsorship: Bit-Ta-Luk Farms, Gordon Ross, Carp

9.

Winter wheat – Exhibit to be 2 lb sample

Possible score : 100 points for field, 25 points for the sample

Sponsorship: Bit-Ta-Luk Farms, Gordon Ross, Carp

TROPHIES & SPONSORS

GRAHAM ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL TROPHY

A trophy and voucher will be awarded to the entrant with the highest combined total of two field scores, any of the crops. The sample scores do not count toward this trophy. It is based solely on the field score. Donated by Blair Armstrong, Donnie Cavanagh, & Matt Munro.

KINBURN FARM SUPPLY TROPHY

A trophy will be donated by John Herrick, Kinburn Farm Supply, Kinburn, to the exhibitor with the highest score for any three fields & samples judged in this department.

Grand Champion Barley –Sponsored in part and a trophy and voucher donated by Carp Flour Mills, Carp, to the overall winner of the three barley classes – Field Crops, Grains & Seeds, and 4-H.

Grains & Seeds

GRAINS & SEEDS DEPARTMENT

SECTION 25

Director in Charge: Desmond Dean ddean@golder.com 613-229-5310

If you have any questions, please all the Director in Charge at the above number.

Make your entries online at carpfair.ca and we will print off all the tags for your classes

Theme for the 2019 Carp Fair: “Connected to our community, Committed to the people”

THANKS TO BIT-TA-LUK FARMS, CARP FOR BEING

THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE GRAINS & SEEDS DEPARTMENT

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 23rd, 2019, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 25th, 2019, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 26th, 2019 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 26th, 2019 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 29th, 2019. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 30th, 2019 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

PASSES – Field Crop, Grains & Seeds, Fruits & Vegetables, Honey, Flowers, Culinary Science, Sewing, Needlework & Crafts, Home Brewing Wine & Beer and Eggs – If LESS than 10 articles exhibited: a pass for Sunday for Child (6-12 years) or Adult (13 years & up). If 10 articles or more: a weekend pass for Child (6-12 years) or Adult (13 years & up). These prizes are subject to change.

PRIZE MONEY – The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

RIBBONS: Ribbons to 5th place

JUDGING STANDARDS BOOKS – The Ontario Association of Agriculture Societies, OAAS, Ontario Fairs, Agriculture & Homecraft Judging Standards may be ordered for a $5.00 fee. Please contact Vince Brennan at oaasofficemanager@gmail.com or 613-395-2495.

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

Please take note of the specifications of the samples required to be judged. Sample bags may be picked up from the Fair office before Wednesday, September 25th, 2019.


Grains & Seeds

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $5, 4th: $4, 5th: $3, 6th: $2

Classes:

1.

Medium or late oats – 2lb sample

Sponsorship: Ottawa Valley Grain Products, Kevin Stewart, Carp

2.

Barley – 2lb sample

Sponsorship: Ottawa Valley Grain Products, Kevin Stewart, Carp

3.

Small white beans – 2lb sample

Sponsorship: Eastway Tank, Pump & Meter Ltd., Neil Greene, Nepean

4.

Soybeans – 2lb sample

Sponsorship: Eastway Tank, Pump & Meter Ltd., Neil Greene, Nepean

5.

Sheaf of oats – One 2 inch diameter

Sponsorship: James Daley, Fitzroy Harbour

6.

Sheaf of barley – One 2 inch diameter

Sponsorship: James Daley, Fitzroy Harbour

7.

Sheaf of wheat – One 2 inch diameter

Sponsorship: James Daley, Fitzroy Harbour

8.

Ensilage corn – Six stalks

9.

Grain corn – Six ears

10.

Mixed hay – 80% legume, 20% grasses, two 4 inch flakes

Sponsorship: Bob & Donna Craig, Kinburn

11.

Hay – First cut grass hay, two 4 inch flakes

Sponsorship: James Daley, Fitzroy Harbour

12.

Hay – Second cut, two 4 inch flakes

Sponsorship: Panmure Farms Ltd., Bruce Hudson, Kinburn

13.

Sunflowers – 3 stalks

To be judged on size, uniformity and maturity

Sponsorship: Panmure Farms Ltd., Bruce Hudson, Kinburn

14.

Haylage – First cut

Sponsorship: James Daley, Fitzroy Harbour

Fruit & Vegetable

FRUITS & VEGETABLES DEPARTMENT

SECTION 26

Director in Charge: Mike Jensen mike.jensen.ua@gmail.com 613-617-1224

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

Make your entries online at carpfair.ca and we will print off all the tags for your classes

Theme for the 2019 Carp Fair: “Connected to our community, Committed to the people”

THANKS TO THE PRIOR KEEFER FAMILY AND OAKLEIGH, CARP, FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE FRUITS & VEGETABLES


A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 23rd, 2019, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 25th, 2019, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 26th, 2019 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 26th, 2019 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 29th, 2019. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 30th, 2019 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

PASSES – Field Crop, Grains & Seeds, Fruits & Vegetables, Honey, Flowers, Culinary Science, Sewing, Needlework & Crafts, Home Brewing Wine & Beer and Eggs – If LESS than 10 articles exhibited: a pass for Sunday for Child (6-12 years) or Adult (13 years & up). If 10 articles or more: a weekend pass for Child (6-12 years) or Adult (13 years & up). These prizes are subject to change.

PRIZE MONEY – The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

RIBBONS: Ribbons to 3rd place

JUDGING STANDARDS BOOKS – The Ontario Association of Agriculture Societies, OAAS, Ontario Fairs, Agriculture & Homecraft Judging Standards may be ordered for a $5.00 fee. Please contact Vince Brennan at oaasofficemanager@gmail.com or 613-395-2495.

The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.

Fruits & Vegetables

Sponsorship: Friends of Connor Engelberts, Kinburn, Trophy: Donated by the Friends of Connor Engelberts in his memory.

Classes 1-3:

Prizes: $6, $5, $4

1.

Potatoes, 3 Litre basket red brushed and named

Sponsorship: Roger Woeller & Family, Kinburn

2.

Potatoes, White 3 litre basket brushed and named

Sponsorship: Roger Woeller & Family, Kinburn

3.

Potatoes, Yellow, 3 litre basket brushed and named

Sponsorship: Roger Woeller & Family, Kinburn

Vegetable Classes:

Prizes: $5, $4, $3

4.

Turnips, 2 Table

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

5.

Beets, 5 Table

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

6.

Cabbages, Red 2 Heads

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

7.

Cabbages, White 2 Heads

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

8.

Garlic, 4 bulbs hardsoft neck variety uniform shape size not less than 2"

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

9.

Carrots, 5, short 3-5 inches length

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

10.

Carrots, 5 long over 5 inches in length

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

11.

Celery, 2 Heads

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

12.

Onions, 5 Yellow

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

13.

Onions, 5 Multipliers – Above Crown

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

14.

Parsnips, 5

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

15.

Edible Parsleys, 4 Stalks

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

16.

Red Peppers, 3 Sweet

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

17.

Green Peppers, 3 Sweet

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

18.

Jalapeno Peppers, 3

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

19.

Any Other Hot Peppers, 3

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

20.

Odd Shaped Vegetables

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

21.

Odd Shaped Vegetable- Identified, decorated, named

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

22.

Pumpkin, 1 Field

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

23.

Pumpkin, 2 Yellow Pie

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

24.

Squash, 1 Field

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

25.

Squash, 2 Pepper

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

26.

Squash,1 Hubbard

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

27.

Zucchinis, 3 not to exceed 8 inches

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

28.

Zucchinis, heaviest any variety

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

29.

Zucchinis, longest any type

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

30.

Rope or braid of onions or garlic minimum length 12"

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

31.

A Jack O’Lantern Judged by the current President’s

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

Fruit Classes:

Prizes: $5, $4, $3

32.

Watermelon, 1

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

33.

Cantaloupes, 2

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

34.

Grapes, 3 lbs

Sponsorship: Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm, Edwards

35.

Tomatoes, 5 Red

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

36.

Tomatoes, 5 Italian

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

37.

Tomatoes, 5 Pink

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

38.

Tomatoes, 5 Cherry

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

39.

Tomato collections varieties named

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

40.

Apples, 5 MacIntosh

Sponsorship: Kenneth Brydges, Carp

41.

Apples, 5 Melba

Sponsorship: Kenneth Brydges, Carp

42.

Crab Apples, 1 dozen any variety

Sponsorship: Kenneth Brydges, Carp

43.

Apples, 5 any other variety not listed

Sponsorship: Kenneth Brydges, Carp

44.

4 Litre basket of apples variety named

Sponsorship: Kenneth Brydges, Carp

45.

Pears, 5

Sponsorship: Kenneth Brydges, Carp

Junior Classes – Boys and Girls under 16 years old:

Prizes: $5, $4, $3

46.

Junior Section – Odd shaped fruit identified

Sponsorship: Kenneth Brydges, Carp

47.

Junior Section – Odd shaped fruit decorated and named must be identified

Sponsorship: Kenneth Brydges, Carp

48.

Junior Section – Odd shaped vegetable

Sponsorship: Kenneth Brydges, Carp

ORGANIC VEGETABLES

“Organically grown” food is food grown and processed using no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Pesticides derived from natural sources (e.g. biological pesticides) may be used in producing organically grown food. This category is open to certified and uncertified organic growers. Those growers not holding an annual certificate as an organic farmer may submit a personal declaration that their produce is organically grown.

Organic Vegetables:

Prizes: $5, $4, $3

49.

Carrots, 5, Short 3-5 Inches Tops trimmed 1/2 Inch Above Crown

Sponsorship: Oakleigh, Prior-Keefer Family, Carp, Carp Ridge Ecowellness Center, Carp

50.

Carrots, 5, long over 5 inches length tops 1/2 inch above crown

Sponsorship: Carp Ridge Ecowellness Center, Carp

51.

Red Peppers, 3, Sweet – Organic

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

52.

Tomatoes, 5, Red – Organic

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

53.

Tomatoes, 5, Italian – Organic

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

54.

Tomatoes, 5, Pink – Organic

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

55.

Tomatoes, 5, Cherry – Organic

Sponsorship: West Carleton Sand and Gravel Inc., Carp

SPECIAL CLASSES

100.

Best Collection Of Vegetables Include Tomatoes – Maximum 15 Kinds Of Vegetables 2 items of each kind, the number and arrangement to be considered. No store bought produce is to be included in this collection. All vegetables should be named and the variety listed with the collection. The arrangement is not to exceed 3′ X 2′. All parts of the collection are to be edible except the container.

Prizes: $15, $10, $5

Sponsorship: Donridge Farms, Carp

101.

Field Pumpkin, Squash or Long Gourd. Judged by weight or length only Entries must be in on Wednesday night September 25th, before 9:00 pm.

Prizes: $15, $10, $5

Sponsorship: Garry & Wanda Monuk, Kinburn, Trophy: Glenn Wilson Carpentry Ltd., Kinburn

GRAND CHAMPION GIANT FIELD PUMPKIN – IN MEMORY OF CONNOR ENGELBERTS

A trophy will be awarded to the entry with the highest score in weight and overall appearance.
Judging will be completed by the director in charge. The winner agrees to donate the pumpkin to the Carp Agricultural Society in order to be auctioned the support of The Engelberts Family. Trophy donated by friends of Connor Engelberts.


4-H Department

4-H DEPARTMENT

Director in Charge: Stephen Johnson stephenj90@hotmail.com 613-791-8775
Desmond Dean desmond_dean@golder.com

4-H in Ontario is dedicated to the personal development of youth while providing a positive impact on volunteers and communities in Ontario. 4-H members are encouraged to develop self-confidence, a sense of responsibility and a positive self-image in a safe and encouraging environment; helped to develop their skills in communications, leadership, problem solving and goal setting; and offered the opportunity to learn about almost everything through club projects. Specific knowledge and skills are learned through projects that cover topics such as arts and culture, technology and science, livestock and agriculture, financial management, food preparation and nutrition, recreational activities, career and self-esteem development.

The Cloverbud program is an opportunity for youth ages 6 – 8 to learn about all facets of 4-H Ontario projects. Cloverbud Program is hands-on, activity-based program that covers a wide variety of topics, including agricultural, food, crafts, life-skills, environment and science. By participation in the Cloverbud program, participants are able to get a taste for the topics covered in 4-H projects while developing an understanding of 4-H values.

General Rules and Regulations:

  1. Participation in the 4-H section is open to young men and women enrolled in the 4-H program in Ottawa Carleton who are between the ages of 9 and 21 years as of January 1st, 2019 unless otherwise stated in the Prize list.
  2. Participation in the Cloverbud classes is open to Cloverbud members in Ottawa Carleton who are between the ages of 6 – 8 as of January 1st, 2019.
  3. The 4-H committee reserves the right to refuse any entry, which in their opinion, is not in the best interest of the 4-H. The 4-H committee reserves the right to call in a veterinarian for a professional opinion should the need arise.
  4. All participants in the 4-H section are expected to act and co-operate by showing good manners and behaviour at all times. Persons not complying with this rule will be dealt with by the committee.
  5. 4-H livestock exhibitors are encouraged to display a Canadian 4-H sign whenever possible above their entries the day on which they show their animals.
  6. 4-H livestock entries must comply with the health standards of the Fair and 4-H livestock health policies.
  7. Exhibits and entries to be placed in the exhibit hall building on Wednesday, September 25th, 2019, between 6:00 and 9:00 pm and picked up on Sunday, September 29th, 2019 at 5:30 pm. ALL 4-H MEMBERS EXHIBITING ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PICKING UP THEIR OWN ENTRIES unless prior arrangements have been made with the club leaders.
  8. EXHIBITS ELIGIBLE FOR THE REGIONAL 4-H SHOW WILL BE IDENTIFIED BY THE JUDGE AT THE TIME OF JUDGING.
  9. 4-H Tie-ups will be allowed into the barn starting at 7:00 pm Wednesday evening – in the past this has not always been possible.
  10. The Carp Agricultural Society will charge a $25 fee for any animal that comes to the Fair without a CFIA tag.

4-H COMMITTEE

Ottawa-Carleton 4-H Association Fair Programs Committee: ALL 4-H leaders of the Ottawa Carleton 4-H Association are responsible for the implementation of the 4-H and Cloverbud member show and projects within the 4-H program at Carp Fair.

LOCAL ACHIEVEMENT DAYS

All 4-H members in, Carp Community, Richmond & Ashton Community, West Carleton Community, Carp Dairy & Beef Heifer Club, and Fallowfield Community Club taking a beef, dairy, sheep market hog, goat or horse project must participate in an Achievement Program approved by the Carleton 4-H Association in order to receive credit for their 4-H project.

Creditable entries are eligible for the Carleton 4-H Championship Show, Metcalfe Fair, Friday, October 4th, 2019. Members will be notified by their leader of eligibility. It will be the responsibility of the 4-H member to advise their leader immediately if they elect not to attend the 4-H County Championship Show.

4-H FIELD CROPS, HORTICULTURE & LIFE SKILLS

All 4-H members in Ottawa Carleton taking a 4-H Field Crop or Horticulture project must exhibit their project entry at the Carp Fair. 4-H Field Crop & Horticulture members must enter ONE project crop grown on a 208 member plot in one of the following project classes. (Note: Additional entries must be entered in the Open Classes provided by the fair and abide by their rules. Members may exhibit only ONE type of project (i.e potatoes) in the county per year.

Items that are not finished properly in the opinion of the judge will be disqualified. Please ensure that all pictures on posters are exhibits are properly attached prior to coming to the fair. (Double sided tape is recommended). Canadian 4-H emblem is to be used. Leaders should make their members aware of the difference between Canadian and American emblems. Check the measurements for display boards. Boards with toppers (headers) often exceed the measurement requirements.

**THANKS TO LORNE SUTHERLAND WOMEN’S INSTITUTE FOR

SPONSORING LIFE SKILLS CLASSES 8-32 AT THE 2019 CARP FAIR**

Prize Money: 1st – $5.00, 2nd – $3.00, 3rd – $2.00

Points will be recorded by the Carleton 4-H Association Fair Committee and Prize Money will be distributed at the Fall 4-H Award Nights.


4-H FIELD CROPS, HORTICULTURE & LIFE SKILLS & CLOVERBUDS

Classes:

1.

GRAIN – 5 LBS (2.3 KG) BARLEY, OATS, SPRING/WINTER WHEAT, BEAN (ANY VARIETY)

2.

CORN – 10 EARS

3.

HAY – 1 FOUR-INCH FLAKE OF MACHINE BALED (NOT FROM A ROUND BALE) OF CUT HAY. Entry must be properly labelled for the appropriate class.

i) First Cut Alfalfa – 85% or more alfalfa
ii) First Cut Legume other than Alfalfa – 85% more legume
iii) First Cut Legume & Grass – 70% & 30% either way
iv) First Cut Grass – 85% or more grass.
v) Second Cut Alfalfa or other Legume – 85% or more legume
vi) Second Cut Mixed Legume & Grass – 70% & 30% either way.

4.

HAYLAGE OR CORN SILAGE – 5 LBS (2.3 KGS)

5.

SOYBEANS – 5 LBS (2.3 KGS)

6.

POTATOES – 10 TUBERS, VARIETY NAMED

7.

ANY HORTICULTURE PROJECT OR FIELD CROP APPROVED BY YOUR 4-H LEADER(S) NOTE: There are certain requirements or display – Herbs: a labelled collection of more than 3 and not more than 10 specimens – Beans, Carrots, Tomatoes (5 specimens on a disposable plate), Cucumbers: 3 specimens on a disposable plate, Pumpkins: 2 specimens (tied together) type to be identified. For further produce varieties and instructions refer to OAAS – Agriculture and Horticulture Judging Standards (revised 2013).

8.

WEED IDENTIFICATION POSTER OR BOOKLET – JUNIOR MEMBER 10 pressed weeds identified & labelled – poster approx. 22″ X 28″ (55.88 cm X 71.12 cm) a booklet should be standard size 1″ binder or duo-tang. The “NEW” Canadian 4-H emblem (green & white) is to be located anywhere on the front of the poster.

9.

WEED IDENTIFICATION POSTER OR BOOKLET – SENIOR MEMBER 10 pressed weeds identified & labelled – poster approx. 22″ X 28″ (55.88 cm X 71.12 cm) a booklet should be standard size 1″ binder or duo-tang. The “NEW” Canadian 4-H emblem (green & white) is to be located anywhere on the front of the poster.

10.

SEED IDENTIFICATION POSTER OR BOOKLET – JUNIOR MEMBER 10 seeds identified & labelled – poster approx. 22″ X 28″ (55.88 cm X 71.12 cm) a booklet should be standard size 1″ binder or duo-tang. The “NEW” Canadian 4-H emblem (green & white) is to be located anywhere on the front of the poster.

11.

SEED IDENTIFICATION POSTER OR BOOKLET – SENIOR MEMBER 10 seeds identified & labelled – poster approx. 22″ X 28″ (55.88 cm X 71.12 cm) a booklet should be standard size 1″ binder or duo-tang. The “NEW” Canadian 4-H emblem (green & white) is to be located anywhere on the front of the poster.

12.

SCRAPBOOK One page of scrap-booking displaying proper scrapbook design and techniques

13.

ARTICLE OF WOODWORKING – NO KITS

14.

PHOTO – 4 X 6, AGRICULTURE THEME, TAKEN BY A 4-H MEMBER. Photo printed on photo paper and mounted on a card stock.

15.

A BARN QUILT – NAME OF PATTERN IS OPTIONAL

16.

ANY BAKING ITEM – 3 ITEMS PER PLATE (i.e cookies, squares, muffins, biscuits, cupcakes or butter-tart with homemade tart shell) Must contain raisins and may contain nuts. Display on a small disposable plate inserted in a ziploc bag. Recipe included on a small recipe card and attached to all baking products.

17.

A COLLECTION OF YOUR OWN GARDEN VEGETABLES AND/OR HERBS. Attractively displayed in a basket and labelled (include at least 5 different varieties).

18.

ANY CRAFT ITEM I.e. Home for the Holidays – gift bags, ornaments, stockings, painted plates, etc.

19.

ANY VEGETABLE – TO BE JUDGED ON PRESENTATION i.e. Correct number of specimens according to the horticulture judging handbook, cleanliness, etc.

20.

A POSTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY – A COLLECTION OF 8 TO 10 PHOTOS Mounted and labelled relating to a 4-H project completed in the 4-H year. (Note: photos must be printed on a photo paper.)

21.

A "ME" POSTER A collection of photos/pictures and a typewritten one page (8.5 X 11) article telling about yourself mounted on a bristol board approx. 22″ X 28″ (55.88 cm X 71.12 cm).

22.

SOMETHING NEW FROM SOMETHING OLD – RECYCLING AT ITS BEST! Trash to treasure project

23.

AN ARTICLE OF STITCHERY – KNITTED, CROCHETING, CROSS STITCHERY, ETC.

24.

AN ARTICLE OF SEWING – EASY SEW PROJECT I.e. pajama project, pillow, hand sewn draw string bag).

25.

ANY ITEM OF QUILTING

26.

6 PIECES OF CHOCOLATE FUDGE

27.

RECIPE USING QUICK FIX MIX AS BASE – MUST INCLUDE SAMPLE OF MIX WITH ENTRY

28.

A POSTER RELATING TO A 4-H PROJECT COMPLETED IN 2019 NOTE: Poster size – Approx. 22" x 28" (55.99 cm x 71.12 cm) must be following. Poster must Display the “new” Canadian 4-H emblem, which may be found on either 4-H Canada or 4-H Ontario websites, is to appear on the front of the poster. JUNIOR member – age 9-14 as of January 1st of current year, SENIOR member – age 15 and over as of January 1st of current year.

29.

CLOVERBUDS MEMBERS ONLY – AN EXHIBIT FROM THE LET’S GET GROWING UNIT ( Including flowers, plants or posters as approved by Cloverbud leaders )

30.

ARTISTIC DISPLAY – DEPICT A TOPIC RELATED TO 4-H USING SEEDS, GRAINS AND FIELD CROP MATERIALS. Display must be mounted on plywood with size not to exceed 15” by 15” (37cm by 38cm) by 1.5” (4cm). Oversize exhibits will be disqualified. The materials used do not have to be produced by the exhibitor but must be produced in Ontario. Will be scored on: Creativity= 50%, Materials- 35%, Neatness= 15%. Junior member is age 9 to 14 as of January 1,2019; SENIOR member is age 15 and over as of January 1,2019

31.

4-H CLUB/PROJECT EXHIBIT Open to any 4-H Club. Space of 36”x30” will be provided for the exhbit. Exhibit not to exceed 42 inches in height and should be free standing. The exhibit is to be educational in nature. The exhibit must be prepared by two or more members of the same club.

32.

4-H MEMBER EXHIBIT Topic related to 4-H project completed in 2019. Table space of 36”x30” will be provided for the exhibt. Exhibit should not exceed 42 inches in height and should be free standing.

2019 4-H CLUB CALVES ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM

  1. Open to 2019 4-H members with a calf project.
  2. Conformation and showmanship classes will be judged.
  3. Creditable entries are eligible for the Carleton 4-H Championship show. A) Must be the original calf nominated before June 1st and shown by the listed 4-H member at the Achievement day. B) Must be shown by the listed 4-H member in the Showmanship classes.
  4. Trophies will be presented to the Top Overall Showpersons and First Year Showpersons in each of the Dairy and Beef Shows.

All 4-H members in Carp Community, Richmond & Ashton Community, West Carleton Community, Carp Dairy & Beef Heifer Club, and Fallowfield Community Club taking a beef and dairy project must participate in an Achievement Program approved by the Carleton 4-H Association in order to receive credit for their 4-H project.

Creditable entries are eligible for the Carleton 4-H Championship Show, Metcalfe Fair, Friday, October 4th, 2019. Members will be notified by their leader of eligibility. It will be the responsibility of the 4-H member to advise their leader immediately if they elect not to attend the 4-H County Championship Show.

4-H DAIRY AND BEEF ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM

Friday, September 27th, 2019

Calves to be on the grounds and in place by 8:00 am

Dairy Show: 10:00 am, Cattle Ring – Indoor Show Ring

Beef Show: 11:00 am Cattle Ring – Indoor Show Ring

  1. Calves to be on the grounds and in place by 8:00 am.
  2. For all Dairy Classes, 4-H members should wear clean white pants and shirts, safe footwear (no running shoes) and show harnesses. No hats will be allowed.
  3. For all Beef Classes, 4-H members must wear dark pants (no blue jeans), safe footwear (no running shoes), a white shirt, and show harness or belt clip. No hats will be allowed.
  4. ALL 4-H livestock projects must be trained and prepared by the 4-H member only.
  5. Under no circumstances should an animal exhibiting signs of transmittable disease be taken to an Achievement Day. In the event of an animal unable to participate in the Achievement Program, because of health problems, the member will be given credit for completion of the club. Written notification of the health problem must be given to Lynda McCuaig, the day of the show. The member will be allowed to show another 4-H member’s calf in the Showmanship Class. Animals that were nominated by June 1st and are unable to show at Achievement Day will not by eligible to attend the 4-H County Championship Show at Metcalfe or at the Eastern Ontario/Western Quebec 4-H Regional Championship Show.

4-H TIE-UP COMPETITION

  1. Open to all 4-H Clubs exhibiting livestock at Achievement Day (i.e. Dairy & Beef)
  2. Judging to take place several times while the 4-H livestock projects are at Achievement Day.
  3. Judging to be based on: A) Appearance (50) – General appearance of animals, including bedding, feed, equipment as deemed necessary, safety and cleanliness. B) Attitude/Team Effort (50) – Attitude of members, courtesy, completeness of information. C) 4-H Leaders have received copies of the judging criteria.
  4. ALL 4-H members must tie their calves together as a club unit. No exceptions will be granted.

Prize Money: 1st – $20.00, 2nd – $15.00, 3rd – $12.00, and $10.00 to remaining entries. Prize Money will be distributed at the Fall 4-H Award Nights.

4-H GOAT ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM

Friday, September 27th, 2019 – 3:00 pm Sheep Barn

  1. Open to 2019 Carleton 4-H Goat members
  2. Showmanship and conformation classes will be judged
  3. Further information to be given by 4-H Leader Courtney Moodie (613-838-3151)

4-H MARKET HOG ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM

Saturday, September 28th, 2019 – 1:00 pm Show, 5:00 pm Sale

  1. Open to 2019 Carleton 4-H market hog members.
  2. Conformation and Showmanship classes will be judged
  3. Further information to be given by 4-H Leader Tanya Boyd (613-831-2431)

4-H HORSE ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM

Sunday, September 29th, 2019 – 9:00 am Heavy Horse

  1. Open to 2019 Carleton 4-H Horse members in the Carp Heavy and Carp Miniature Horse Clubs.
  2. Showmanship classes will be judged
  3. Further information to be given by 4-H Leader Tanya Boyd (613-831-2431) or Edna Crabb (613-838-5714)

4-H SHEEP ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM

Sunday, September 29th, 2019 – 10:00 am Sheep Barn

  1. Open to 2019 West Carleton 4-H Sheep members
  2. Conformation and Showmanship classes will be judged
  3. Further information to be given by 4-H leaders Gordon McCord (613-227-8955) or Jolene Dickson (613-859-2323)

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