Pima Open Show Rules

 

OPEN DAIRY GOAT SHOW

SUPERINTENDENT: Elizabeth Henning
SHOW SECRETARY:  Bev Lonchar
ENTRY CLERK:  Elizabeth Henning
6670 S. Bascom Trail
Willcox, AZ  95643
Cell:  (602) 819-7231
E-Mail: erhenning@hotmail.com
Judge:  Lynn Fleming, Pine Bush, NY


SHOW ORDER IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.


JUNIOR DOE SHOW
10:30 AM
Friday, April 20 ,2018
Show order:  Saanen, Sable, Nubian, Oberhasli, Nigerian Dwarf, Toggenburg, LaMancha, Recorded Grade, Alpine
SENIOR DOE SHOW
9:00 AM
Saturday, April 21, 2018
Show order: Saanen, Sable, Nubian, Oberhasli, Nigerian Dwarf, Toggenburg, LaMancha, Recorded Grade, Alpine


RULES AND REGULATIONS: These shows are sanctioned by the American Dairy Goat Association and their rules shall govern. The Junior and Senior Shows are separately sanctioned. These shows are open to all ADGA, AGS, and CGS registered does.  No AGS paperwork will be signed.  The original registration paper or stamped duplicate (dated within 30 days of show) issued by ADGA, will be required for all does under 6 months of age.  The original registration paper is required for all other does.  All animals must be tattooed prior to entering the ring.

 

HEALTH RULES:  Arizona law requires that all animals be properly identified (tattooed) and listed on a self-inspection form.  Arizona exhibitors will be required to present a self-inspection form or seasonal pass listing all animals to be shown upon check-in.  Include your Scrapie Premise ID at the designated place on your entry form.  Make sure ALL your animals are correctly tattooed before coming to the fair. Animals showing signs of disease will not be accepted.  The decision of a licensed veterinarian, along with the barn superintendent, will be final.  Any animal so identified must be removed immediately from the barn.

Out of State exhibitors must obtain a permit to enter the state. This can be obtained from the State Veterinarian’s office at 1688 W. Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85007. Telephone (602) 542-4293. Obtain Health Certificate prior to requesting State Permit.

 

DRESS CODE:  Pima County Fair realizes the focus is on your doe, but your appearance in the show ring projects an image to the fair management, the public, the media and your fellow dairy goat exhibitors. We would like you to help us put on a first rate show. Please take as much care with your personal appearance and that of your helpers as you do with your dairy goats.

All persons entering the show ring handling dairy goats in any classes are expected to be dressed in the following manner:

  • Clean white shirt
  • Clean long (below the knee) white or black pants or skirts
  • Closed toe shoes

The following attire is NOT acceptable

  • Tank tops, muscle shirts, halter tops, bare midriffs, spaghetti straps, tube tops and see-through, fish net, or any other transparent clothing
  • Shorts of any kind

PREMIUMS:
Exhibitors will be eligible for two (2) premiums per class. Premiums will be paid through 4th place as follows: $35, $30, $25, $20.  Udder classes will be paid as follows: $6, $4, $2.

 

ENTRY FEES:
$10.00 PER ENTRY and $6.00 per group class. NO REFUNDS! Entry fees MUST accompany entry forms and are payable to Pima County Fair. Entries must be postmarked by April 2, 2018. Please include your e-mail address.  Please indicate if you wish to receive verification of your entries. We are not responsible for entries that do not arrive due to mail service.  LATE ENTRIES OR ENTRIES RECEIVED WITHOUT PAYMENT WILL BE ASSESSED A LATE FEE OF $25.00/ EXHIBITOR.  NO EXCEPTIONS.

 

EXHIBITOR PASSES AND PARKING:
Exhibitor passes should be paid with a separate check (made out to SWFC) and sent in with your entries.  Every person needing to exit and re-enter the fairgrounds must have an exhibitor pass.  Adults $15.00, children 6-12, $6.00, under six no charge.  Each exhibitor will receive one parking pass.  Additional parking passes are available for $5.00.  Additional parking passes should be indicated on the entry form and paid for along with your exhibitor passes.  Passes are good for all 11 days of the fair.

 

PENNING:
Please figure approximately 4 standard adult goats per pen and 6-8 kids or Nigerian Dwarf adults per pen!!! Pen space is NOT provided for animals not entered in the show!!!   Each exhibitor will be allowed ONE tack pen.  Pens will be available on a first-requested basis.  If you request more pens than your animal entries require, your pen numbers may be reduced at the superintendant’s discretion. 

NO BEDDING IS PROVIDED!! Hay, grain and straw will be available for purchase and may be pre-ordered by calling the livestock superintendant at 520-425-3838

 

PEN FEES: 
$5.00 PER PEN, INCLUDING TACK PENS

 

ARRIVAL:
Animals must be in place by 6:00 PM Thursday, April 19, 2018.

 

CHECK-IN:
Thursday, April 19, 2018, before 8:00 PM

 

EXHIBITOR MEETING AND POTLUCK
Sunday, April 22, 2018, at noon.

 

CHECK OUT:
Exhibitors will be able to leave beginning Sunday, April 22, 2018, as the barn superintendent allows.

 

CAMP SPACES:
The cost is $10.00 per night. Make a separate check payable to PIMA COUNTY FAIR for your camp space.  The spaces have electric and water.  For RV spaces you must print the campground rules and form that is on our website :   pimacountyfair.com  Please fill out and mail to Tracy Nielsen with check.  You can contact her at tracy314@yahoo.com

 

JUNIOR DOE SHOW
BASE DATE APRIL 20, 2018

Class 1 Jr. Kid: Kid born in March 2018
Class 2 Int. Kid: Kid born in February 2018
Class 3 Sr. Kid: Kid born in January 2018
Class 4 Jr. Yearling: Born 4/21/17- 12/31/17
Class 5 Sr. Yearling: Born 4/21/16 - 4/20/17
GRAND CHAMPION JUNIOR DOE
RES. GRAND CHAMPION JUNIOR DOE

 

JUNIOR GROUPS
Class 6 Jr. Best Three (3 does owned and bred by exhibitor; one entry per exhibitor.)
Class 7 Jr. Get of Sire (3 does sired by the same buck, list name of sire and registration number; may borrow).
Class 8 Jr. Produce of Dam (2 does by same dam, list name of dam and registration number, breeder may borrow).

 

SENIOR DOE SHOW:
BASE DATE APRIL 21, 2017

Class 9 One year and under two
Class 10 Two years and under three
Class 11 Three years and under four
Class 12 Four years and under five
Class 13 Five years and under six
Class 14 Six and under seven
Class 15 Seven and older
GRAND CHAMPION SENIOR DOE
RES. GRAND CHAMPION SENIOR DOE

 

Class 16 Champion Challenge: Entries in this class must have CH or GCH on registration paper or a letter of notification of CH/GCH status dated January 1, 2018, or later.

 

BEST OF BREED
BEST UDDER OF BREED

 

SENIOR GROUPS:
Class 17 Senior Get Of Sire (3 Sr. does by same sire, list name and registration number of sire; may borrow)
Class 18 Dairy Herd ( four Sr. does, owned by exhibitor, one entry per exhibitor)
Class 19 Sr. Best Three Females (3 Sr. does owned and bred by exhibitor. One entry per exhibitor).
Class 20 Sr. Produce of Dam (2 Sr. does from same dam. list name and registration number of dam, breeder may borrow).
Class 21 Sr. Dam and Daughter (dam and one daughter from Sr. division, list names on entry, breeder may borrow)
Class 22 Generations (3 or more generations, junior does allowed for this class, breeder may borrow).
BEST SENIOR DOE IN SHOW
BEST UDDER IN SHOW

 

BEST DAIRY HERD IN SHOW (special award)
SENIOR BEST THREE FEMALES IN SHOW (special award)

 

Click here for entry form.