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OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR® DIVISION:

1059

SHOW DETAILS: Entry Deadline: May start arriving: Must be in place: Check in: Judged: Released: JUDGE: Jim Bloomberg

JUNIOR CHIANINA

Postmarked (Mailed) or Online 12:00 Noon 4:00 PM 2:00 – 4:00 PM Following the Charolais show At conclusion of Chianina show

Wednesday, August 15 Wednesday, September 12 Thursday, September 13 Friday, September 14 Saturday, September 15 Saturday, September 15

September 13 -23

Berwick, Illinois

SUPERINTENDENT INFORMATION: Name Phone Dub Venable (405) 247-5761

City/State Anadarko, OK

RULES:  All heifers must be recorded in the American Chianina Association Herd Book.  All exhibitors must be members of the Oklahoma Junior Chianina Association.  Exhibitors must show in clean pressed jeans, clean shirt with collar and club emblem (4-H or FFA). 4-H and FFA jackets are acceptable but not required. T-shirts, tennis shoes, and headwear are not allowed.  All accounts of owner must be in financial good standing to be eligible to enter the show ring. PREMIUM INFORMATION:  Premiums will be paid in all classes except division and overall championship classes.  Premium Scale: $45, $35, $25, $15, $5 ENTRY INFORMATION:  Owner’s W-9 form must be included with entry.  Entries can be made online or mailed in. Online entries close August 15. Credit Card payments only taken online. FEES: Required  $30.00 per head (if postmarked or entered online by August 15)  $60.00 per head (if postmarked after August 15 & by September 1) Additional  Equipment permit - $30.00  Additional Tickets (pre-order for immediate family members) $7.00 adult single day ticket, $4.00 child single day ticket (ages 11-6) or an Exhibitor Ticket Bundle (4 single day tickets) for $20.00 if postmarked by September 1, 2012. Also may purchase Season Pass for $25.00 good for all 11 days.  Exhibitor will receive an armband(s) with Junior Entry. GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS:  Exhibitor agrees to abide by all rules, regulations, specifications and requirements set out in the General Rules and Regulations section (found separate from this section) and any other said rules distributed by Oklahoma State Fair® (OSF) management.

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OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR® Classes:  Classes will be broken after arrival and check-in at the show.  Heifers born on or after September 1, 2010 are eligible to show.  There will be one bred and owned class at the conclusion of the Owned Show. To be eligible, heifers must have been exhibited in Owned Show.  Showmanship will follow the selection of the Grand & Reserve Champions.

Oklahoma State Fair, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation that serves the people of Oklahoma and is dedicated to continuing the organization’s heritage of education, entertainment and economic development through the operation of State Fair Park and the annual Oklahoma State Fair®.

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