• Jr Livestock Show
• Small Animals
• Open Ranch Versatility Show
Jr Livestock Show
More information coming soon
Contact: Brandi Moore
Text or call: 801-687-5276
Opens July 19th 2021
Closes July 30th 2021 at Midnight.
Check in (at the Small Animals tent):
August 5th 2021 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
August 7th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
If needed, some animals can be taken on Sunday morning. Any animals left after clean up on Sunday at 11:00 am become property of the Utah County Fair.
JUDGING, PREMIUMS & TROPHIES: Our animal judging is done by local and national certified ARBA, Chicken, and Pigeon Association Judges that we randomly choose from the judge listings every year. We allow the judges to place winning animals in any form they would like and place awards and trophies only to those they choose. (Judging will be Thursday August 5th, no exhibitors or spectators will be allowed in the area during judging). All animals will be judged in a group setting: Rabbits, Pigeons, Chickens, Roosters. Premiums will be awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd places. Trophies will be given for Grand Champion, Reserve Champion, and Best of Show.
GENERAL RULES: Exhibitors will be responsible to care for the needs of their animal daily: food and water and bedding if needed (or make arrangements with the supervisor). Cages are to be kept clean. Each exhibitor will need to bring their own cages.
Show management is not responsible for any damage, accident or death of any animal while it is at the show. Sick animals will not be accepted. The supervisor, or their assistant, will be the judge as to what constitutes a sick animal.
Any healthy animals taken before the check-out time will forfeit any prize money, trophy or award that might have been given.
No healthy animals are to be removed from the exhibit without the permission of the supervisor. All animals on exhibit will be inspected daily by a competent person.
Small Animal Exhibit Rules:
1. No sick animals will be permitted onto fairgrounds. All animals will be examined before being assigned a pen. Animals will be dismissed if any of the following symptoms are displayed.
•Overall poor appearance
2. All entries are due July 30th 2021 by midnight. NO LATE or day of entries. NO EXCEPTIONS.
3. Owners must check on their animals at least twice a day.
4. Owners must provide their own feed for their animals.
5. Participants must provide their contact information to the Small Animal Coordinator. If a participants animal gets stressed, sick, or has any complications, participants will be contacted and will be asked to remove their animal from the grounds immediately.
6. During judging there are no people allowed in the animal housing area.
7. Contact Brandi Moore at 801-687-5276 via text with any questions or concerns.
Awards for Small Animals
Best of Show - Rabbit - Open
Reserve in Show - Rabbit - Youth
Best of Show - Poultry - Open
Reserve in Show - Poultry - Youth
Best of Show - Cavi - Open
Reserve in Show - Cavi - Youth
Best in Display for lndivdual
Best of Display for Whole Show
Honorable Mention Ribbons - 1 for Open
Honorable Mention Ribbons - 1 for Youth
Youth will get medals for the show
Everyone will get a Ribbon
1st Blue Ribbon
2nd Red Ribbon
3rd White Ribbon
Open Ranch Versatility Show• Thursday August 5th, 2021
• Large Indoor Arena
• Sign up at 4:00 pm
• Show starts at 5:00 pm
• Ranch Pleasure
• Ranch Trail
• Ranch Riding
• Ranch Reining
Class divisions are:
• Youth (17 and under)
Cost is $10 per class.
There will be prizes for the top 3 finishers.
Ranch Pleasure - One of the fastest-growing classes in the show arena is ranch pleasure. This event is designed to show off the movement, versatility, and attitude of the working ranch-style horse presented in a natural, forward-moving style that looks as if he has somewhere to go.
Just about any horse and rider can compete in ranch pleasure as long as they have these basics already in place: ability to move off the rider's leg and rein, and ability to lope off in the correct lead.
Ranch Trail - Obstacles found in a ranch trail pattern are approximate to those found during the course of everyday work. Judges are looking for a well-trained, responsive and well-mannered horse that can correctly navigate and negotiate the course, and to do so in a correct and efficient manner.
Ranch Riding - In the ranch riding class, judges are looking for relaxed, responsive horses with soft and cadenced gaits. The horse should make timely transitions in a smooth and correct manner, plus the horse should be soft in the bridle and yield to contact.
Ranch Reining - Ranch reining measures the ability of the stock horse to perform basic handling maneuvers. To rein a horse is not only to guide the horse but also to control the horse's every movement. The best reined horse should be willingly guided or controlled with little or no apparent resistance and dictated to completely.