HORSE SHOW
Not Responsible in case of accident.

HORSE SHOW
Barren Co. Fairgrounds, Temple Hill, KY 

When
Saturday, Jun 13th 2020
7:00 pm C.S.T.
FREE ADMISSION
gates open at 5:00 pm
Horse Showing Events
State Horse Show
EXCELLENT FOOD & CONCESSIONS.
 
Open Barrell / Pole Classes  
Must Have 10 Horse Minimum
or pay above will be given
Negative Coggins & Health Papers
1 Qualified Judge
Judges decision on riding classes is final

 added classes

Entry Fee $ 5.00 on each class
Kentucky State Aid to Local Agricultural Fairs Program
Kentucky Department of Agriculture
Division of Shows and Fairs

OVERVIEW OF THE AID TO FAIRS
PROGRAM

The Kentucky State Aid to Local Agricultural Fairs Program came into being in 1962, created by an act of the General Assembly. The program is designed to promote local agricultural fairs through grants of
State funds.
The commissioner of Agriculture has charge of the Aid to Fairs Program, and it is administered by the Department of Agriculture’s Division of Shows and Fairs. The Commissioner is advised on matters concerning the administration of the program by the Kentucky Fair Council, a group composed of various government and agricultural leaders. Grants made to local agricultural fairs through the program are calculated on a matching funds basis with each dollar of State funds being matched with funds from the local area. The amount of any grant is based on the amount spent by the local fair board in four qualifying areas. These areas include 1) The Agricultural Premium Program; 2) the Horse Events Premium Program; 3) the Building Program, and 4) the Harness Horse Racing Program.
 Agricultural Premium Program
The Agricultural Premium Program assists fairs in paying premiums and awards on agricultural related exhibits, shows, and contests. Fairs may receive up to $4,500 per year on a matching basis for these approved classes.
Horse Events Premium Program
The Horse Events Premium Program assists fairs in paying premiums and awards for any shows, contests, or other events that primarily involve horses (harness horse racing is not included, as it receives aid through a separate program). Fairs may receive up to $2,000 per year on a matching basis for approved horse events classes.
Harness Horse Racing Program
The Harness Horse Racing Program assists fairs in paying purses for harness racing. Fairs may receive up to $5,000 per year on a matching basis for harness racing, with a maximum of $750/race being matched by State funds. Local agricultural fairs must meet various requirements of the Department of Agriculture in order to qualify for these grants of State funds. A summary of these requirements is available by writing to the
Division of Shows and Fairs, Kentucky Department of
Agriculture, 500 Mero Street, Floor 7,
Frankfort, KY 40601; phone - (502)-564-4983.

CONTACT
CONTACT INFORMATION
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send us a message. We will reply within 24 hours.
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OUR THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS FOR SPONSORING OUR CLASSES IN THE
HORSE SHOW KEEP PROGRAM
US BANK, BB&T BANK
EDMONTON STATE BANK
CITIZENS FIRST BANK
SOUTH CENTRAL BANK
HAYWOOD HORSE SUPPLY
JOSEPH A. WADE,
T.H. FRIENDS,
FARMERS RECC

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GLASGOW BUILDING SUPPLY,
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 HOUCHENS,
BRADSHAW FENCING,
CRABTREE DOZER WORK,
JAMES CLEMMONS ELECTRIC,
STOCKDALES,
PAUL’S MINIT MART,