Fall Free Fair

September 19-22, 2019

We solicit your cooperation in helping to make the 2019 County Fair the BEST FAIR ever held in Creek County.

When preparing exhibits, read carefully the rules governing each department in which you expect to enter. This will avoid misunderstandings at the last moment.

A properly conducted fair should and does result in quality production. Not one factor does more to stimulate efforts on the improvement in farm and ranch conditions than the agricultural fair. It is there that the farmer has an opportunity to see and observe the progress being made in the improvements of farm crops and animals and to compare his work with the efforts of others. His success in competing with his neighbors stimulates him to greater efforts and his failures teach him wherein his work is at fault.

It is the purpose of the fair association to make these fairs educational institutions and to encourage cooperation among farmers and men.

The management of the Creek County Free Fair is in the hands of the Creek County Fair Board, which is composed of three members elected from each Creek County Commissioners District annually for three-year terms.

The active management of the fair is in the hands of the executive board, consisting of president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and five members of the board. This is your fair and is intended to be of educational value to all who attend. No admission charges will be made where exhibits are present.

Bring the best you have in the way of livestock, farm crops, vegetables, fruit, canned goods, textiles, poultry, etc. Plan your exhibits early. Read this catalogue. Select exhibits that have merit in their classes. Here is where you compete with your neighbor in your ability to select the best as well as in the production of the article itself.

If you win any contest, your neighbor who exhibits in the same class, can see where he has failed or profited thereby.

Come and bring your family. Do not forget the boys and girls, for they are the farmers and farmers' wives of the future. Help to make this fair a great success!

Please read all of the rules!

prize of such grade as the animal deserves.
Rule 3. Loose stock must not be allowed around during the fair and must be shown with halter.
Rule 4. The Fair Association will not be liable for any damage to livestock or other exhibits at the Creek County Free Fair.
Rule 5. The judge’s ruling as to the disqualifications of any animal by reason of blemishes, unsoundness or having been entered out of its class shall be final.
Rule 6. Only first prize winners in single divisions in open competition may compete for champion. Champion awards will be made as listed.
Rule 7. All livestock will be released after its species is completed.
Rule 8. All Pedigree Breeding livestock classes (except poultry and rabbits) must have registration papers or a letter from the association stating birth place and pedigree.
Other breeds must have a letter from the breeder stating birth date and pedigree.
All papers will be checked at the time of entry.

DIVISION 1 - HORSES
Superintendent: Terry Spencer
Special Note: Speed events will be held after the horse show.

GENERAL RULES:
and exhibitor must be entered. Entries will be opened at 7:30 a.m., Sunday, September 22, 2019. ALL CONTESTANTS must be ready to exhibit at 9:00 a.m.
6. Registration papers must be shown at time of entry for
all halter class (except for grade class).
7. Horses WILL NOT be stalled.
8. No one under eighteen years may show or handle a stallion.
9. Horse handling conduct: Any excessive disciplinary in
showing will result in removal and disqualification by Horse Superintendent.
10. All 4-H Ring Rules and Regulations apply to 4-H members ONLY CLASSES.
11. Ages of exhibitors will be the required age on the day of show.
12. All horses must meet all Oklahoma health regulations -
Negative Coggins test.
13. Hats and long sleeved shirts are required for judged events. No sleeveless shirts will be allowed.
14. Note - Make use of proper and safe equipment. No tie downs or running martingales allowed in judged events
and split reins are necessary for judged events.
15. All trail classes will have a time limit which will be announced.
16. No one is allowed in arena between classes or during events other than judge, class contestants, and workers.
17. No Velcro strapping.

CLASSES:
Premiums for the horse division winners are as follows:
1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th – Ribbon, 5th – Ribbon

*4-H members in the top three in marked classes (*) will also be paid additional premiums as follows . $4.00, $3.00 $2.00

If more than twenty-five (25) horses in a class, classes may be split.

Halter
1. Stallions
Grand and reserve champion judging (no add'l. premiums paid)
2. Mares
Grand and reserve champion judging (no add'l. premiums paid)
3. Geldings
Grand and reserve champion judging (no add'l. premiums paid)
4. Grade Horses (all ages and sexes)
5. Pony Halter (all ages and sexes)

Pleasure
* 6. Trail Class (8 thru 10 years)
* 7. Trail Class (11 thru 14 years)
* 8. Trail Class (15 thru 17years)
* 9. Trail Class (18 and over)
*10. Western Pleasure (8 thru 10 years)
* 11.Western Pleasure (11 thru 14 years)
* 12.Western Pleasure (15 thru 17 years)
* 13. Western Pleasure (18 and over)
* 14. Western Horsemanship (8 thru 10 years)
* 15.Western Horsemanship (11 thru 14 years)
* 16.Western Horsemanship (15 thru 17 years)
* 17. Western Horsemanship (18 and over)

Timed Events
18. Barrels (8 and under)
19. Barrels (9 thru 15)
* 20. Barrels (16 and over)
21. Poles (8 and under)
22. Poles (9 thru 15)
* 23. Poles (16 and over)

DIVISION 2 - BEEF CATTLE
Superintendent: James Stephens & Brian Campbell

GENERAL RULES:
1. All general rules governing the Creek County Free Fair Association will apply in this department.
2. All animals must be in place by 5:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 20, and remain until beef judging is completed.
3. Junior and open exhibits will show separately. Premiums will be paid in Junior Division. Ribbons only in open. Exhibitors are not allowed to show the animal in both divisions.
4. Any breed of heifers and steers will be eligible to show provided there are three animals of that breed. Breeds that are not represented by three animals will be put in other breeds' classes.

BREEDING BEEF CATTLE:
1. Must be accompanied by an official health certificate hat shows complete description of livestock as to age, sex, breed and individual identification such as tattoo or car tag, also must show the animals are free of external arasites, ringworm or warts and any infections, contagious or communicable disease. Health certificate must show a negative test for brucellosis within 30 days of arrival at the show for all cattle over 18 months of age. Official vaccinates of the beef breeds under 24 months of ... age, and under 20 months of age for the dairy breeds that are not parturient or post-parturient, are exempt from testing requirements. Cattle originating from Certified Brucellosis Free Herds need not be tested for brucellosis provided the Certified Herd Number is identified on the health certificate. Health Papers will be checked at the time of entry.
2. All pedigree classes must have a letter from the Association stating birth date and percentage of breed. All other breeds must have a letter from the breeder stating birth date and percentage of breed.
3. Bulls and heifers qualified to show are those born September 1, 2017, and after.
4. Heifer classes: Born since October 15, 2018, born July 1, 2018 to ... October 14, 2018, born March 1 to June 30, 2018, born October 1, 2017 to February 28, 2018.
5. Bred and owned class: To be eligible for the bred- owned class, the breeder and the owner of the animal must be one and the same.
6. All breeds of heifers will compete in one class in the bred-owned class immediately following the Grand Champion Heifer Drive.
Premiums for the class winners are as follows:
1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th – Ribbon, 5th – Ribbon

CLASSES:
1. Beef Breeding - Heifers
2. Beef Breeding - Bulls
Breeding Champions ............................................ Ribbons
Reserve Breed Champions .................................... Ribbons
Grand Champion Heifer .......................................... Trophy
Reserve Grand Champion Heifer ............................ Trophy
Grand Champion Bull ............................................. Trophy
Reserve Grand Champion Bull ................................ Trophy
3. Bred and Owned Heifers ........................................ Plaque
4. Cow Calf Class, The exhibitor must have owned cow at time of breeding. The calf must have been born February 2018 or later. Must be halter broke and led out with cow. Must nurse the cow while in the ring………………………………………………..…………………..Plaque

STEERS
1. All market steers will weigh 1001 pounds and above.
2. All prospect steers will weigh less than 1000 pounds.
3. Add on Money:
$100 Grand Champion Prospect Steer
$50 Reserve Grand Champion Prospect Steer

CLASSES:
5. Beef Steers - Prospect
Breed Champion Prospect ...................................... Ribbon
Reserve Breed Champion Prospect………………………Ribbon
Grand Champion Prospect ..................................... Trophy
Reserve Grand Champion Prospect ........................ Trophy
6. Beef Steers - Market
Breed Champion Steer ........................................... Ribbon
Reserve Breed Champion Steer .............................. Ribbon
Grand Champion Steer ........................................... Trophy
Reserve Grand Champion Steer ............................. Trophy

BEEF SHOWMANSHIP
Senior Beef Showman .................................................. Plaque
(9th grade and above)
Junior Beef Showman ................................................... Plaque
(8th grade and below)

DIVISION 3 - DAIRY CATTLE

Superintendent: James Stephens & Brian Campbell

GENERAL RULES:
1. There will be Junior and Open Division. Premiums will be paid in Junior Division. Ribbons only in Open Division. An animal is allowed to show in only one division.
2. Refer to Rule 1 Beef Cattle. (Brucellosis)
3. Bred and owned - All breeds of females will compete in one class immediately following the Grand Champion female drive. To be eligible, the exhibitor and the breeder of the animal must be one and the same.
4. All pedigree class must have registration papers or a letter from the Association stating birth date and pedigree.
5. No Dairy bulls will be shown at the Creek County Free Fair.
6. Dairy cattle will show in the following breeds: Jersey, Ayrshire, Holstein, Brown Swiss, Milking Shorthorn, . and Guernsey

Premiums for the class winners are as follows:
1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th – Ribbon, 5th – Ribbon

CLASSES:
1. Cow 3 years and over
2. Cow 2 years and under 3
3. Heifer 1 year and under 2
4. Heifer 4 months and under 1
Breed Champions ................................................... Ribbon
Reserve Breed Champion ....................................... Ribbon
Grand Champion Female ........................................ Trophy
Reserve Grand Champion Female .......................... Trophy
5. Bred and owned ..................................................... Plaque

DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP
Senior Dairy Showman ................................................. Plaque
(9th grade and above)
Junior Dairy Showman .................................................. Plaque
(8th grade and below)

DIVISION 4 - SWINE
Superintendent: Keith Nation & Joe Mcgovran

GENERAL RULES:
1. All general rules governing the Creek County Free Fair Association and Livestock Department will apply in this department.
2. All entries in this department must be in place by 5:30 p.m., Friday, September 20, and remain until dairy judging is completed.
3. There will be a Junior Division and an Open division. Junior Division will pay premiums. Open Division, ribbon only. An animal cannot be shown in both divisions.
4. No boars may be shown at the Creek County Free Fair.
5. Any breeds of swine will be eligible to show provided that there are three animals of that breed. Breeds that are not represented by three animals will be put in other breeds' class.
6. All swine must have been tested and received a negative test for Pseudo rabies and Brucellosis after July 1, 2019. Test will be checked at time of entry.
7. Each exhibitor must have a premise ID.
8. No grooming, oil, paint, or powder. Only water may be used in preparing swine for show.

BREEDING SWINE:
1. All pedigree classes must have registration papers or a letter from the Association stating the birth date and pedigree.
2. Definition of ages.
Gilts born in January of 2019
Gilts born in February of 2019
Gilts born in March and after of 2019
3. Bred and owned class - all breeds of Gilts will compete in one class immediately following the Grand Champion Gilt Drive. To be eligible the breeder and the owner of the animal must be one and the same.
Premiums for the class winners are as follows:
1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th – Ribbon, 5th – Ribbon

CLASS & SHOW ORDER:
(See rule 5 of General Swine Rules)

1. January Gilts
2. February Gilts
3. March Gilts

Spots
4. January Gilts
5. February Gilts
6. March Gilts

Durocs
7. January Gilts
8. February Gilts
9. March Gilts

Hampshire
10. January Gilts
11. February Gilts
12. March Gilts

Chester Whites
13. January Gilts
14. February Gilts
15. March Gilts

Berkshire
16. January Gilts
17. February Gilts
18. March Gilts

Yorkshire
19. January Gilts
20. February Gilts
21. March Gilts

Other Breeds
22. January Gilts
23. February Gilts
24. March Gilts
Breed Champion Gilt .................................................... Ribbon
Reserve Breed Champion Gilt ...................................... Ribbon
Grand Champion Gilt .................................................... Trophy
Reserve Grand Champion Gilt ...................................... Trophy
Bred & Owned Gilt ....................................................... Plaque


MARKET SWINE:
1. Market hogs will not be weighed before the show by the show officials. Exhibitors will tag their hogs, fill out two entry cards for each hog with the weight of their hog. As each class leaves the show ring, the first 3 place hogs will be weighed on official scales. Hogs have to weigh within 10 pounds of entry weight or be disqualified. One official entry card with the hogs weight must be turned into the Superintendent by 6:00 pm, Friday, September 20, 2019.
2. Minimum weight 200 pounds. Maximum weight 280 pounds.
3. In all swine classes, if there are 10 or more exhibits in a class, the class will be divided.
4. Added Money:
$100 Grand Champion Market Swine
$50 Reserve Grand Champion Market Swine

Premiums for the class winners are as follows:
1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th – Ribbon, 5th – Ribbon

CLASSES:
(See rule 5 of General Swine Rules) and Show Order:

25. Polands
26. Spots
27. Durocs
28. Hampshire
29. Chester Whites
30. Berkshire
31. Yorkshire
32. Other Breeds or Crosses
Breed Champions ....................................................... Ribbons
Reserve Breed Champions ......................................... Ribbons
Grand Champion Barrow .............................................. Trophy
Reserve Grand Champion Barrow ................................ Trophy

SWINE SHOWMANSHIP
Senior Swine Showman ................................................ Plaque
(9th grade and above)
Junior Swine Showman ................................................ Plaque
(8th grade and below)

DIVISION 5 - SHEEP
Superintendents: Billy Hill, Bob Pruitt & Brian Childers

GENERAL RULES:
1. All general rules governing the Creek County Free Fair Association and livestock department will apply in this department.
2. All animals must be in place by 5:30 p.m., Friday, September 20, 2019 and remain until dairy judging is completed.
3. There will be a Junior Division and an Open division. Juniors will be paid premiums. Open Division, ribbons only. An animal is .. allowed to show in only one division.
4. Any breeds of ewes or wethers may be eligible to show provided that there are three animals of that breed. Breeds that are not represented by three animals will be put in other breeds' classes.
5. Added money:
$100 Grand Market Lamb
$50 Reserve Grand Market Lamb

BREEDING SHEEP:
1. Definition of ages:
Jr. Ewes & Jr. Rams - Will be those animals born after January 1, 2098.
Sr. Ewes & Sr. Rams - Will be those born after January of 2016 to December 31, 2018.
2. As many as four classes may be broken after entries are received. If there are 10 or more exhibits in a class, the class will be divided.
3. All pedigree classes must have registration papers or a letter from the Association stating birthplace and pedigree. Other breeds must have a letter from the breeder stating birth date and pedigree.
4. Bred and Owned - All breeds of ewes will compete in one class immediately following the Grand Champion Ewe Drive. To be eligible, the breeder and the owner of the animals must be one and the same.
5. The following breeds are eligible to show: (See Rule 4 General Rules for Sheep)
Suffolk
Hampshire
Dorset
Shropshire
Other breeds

Premiums for the class winners are as follows:
1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th – Ribbon, 5th – Ribbon

CLASSES AND SHOW ORDER:

SUFFOLK
1. Jr. Breeding Ewes
2. Sr. Breeding Ewe
3. Jr. Breeding Rams
4. Sr. Breeding Rams

HAMPSHIRE
5. Jr. Breeding Ewes
6. Sr. Breeding Ewes
7. Jr. Breeding Rams
8. Sr. Breeding Rams

SHROPSHIRE
9. Jr. Breeding Ewes
10. Sr. Breeding Ewes
11. Jr. Breeding Rams
12. Sr. Breeding Rams

OTHER BREEDS
14. Sr. Breeding Ewes
15. Jr. Breeding Rams
16. Sr. Breeding Rams

CROSS BREEDS
17. Jr. Cross Breeding Ewes
18. Sr. Cross Breeding Ewes
19. Jr. Cross Breeding Rams
20. Sr. Cross Breeding Rams
Breed Champion Ewe ................................................. Ribbons
Reserve Breed Champion ........................................... Ribbons
Grand Champion Ewe ................................................... Trophy
Reserve Grand Ewe ...................................................... Trophy
Grand Champion Ram .................................................. Trophy
Reserve Grand Ram ...................................................... Trophy
Bred & Owned Ewe ...................................................... Plaque

MARKET LAMBS
1. All Market Lambs must have lamb's teeth with no visible signs of permanent teeth.
2. There will be no official weigh-in of market lambs. The exhibitor will provide weight to the superintendent on the entry card before 6:00 p.m. Friday, September 20, 2019. Upon completion of class showing, the top 3 lambs will weigh on official scales. Wethers have to weigh within 5 pounds of entry weight or be disqualified.
3. Classes will be broken after entries are received. If there are 10 or more exhibits in a class, the class will be divided.
4. Added money:
$100 Grand Market Champion
$ 50 Reserve Market Champion

Premiums for the class winners are as follows:
1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th – Ribbon, 5th – Ribbon

CLASS SHOW AND ORDER
(See Rule 4 General Rules for Sheep)
21. Suffolk
22. Hampshire
23. Dorset
24. Shropshire
25. Natural
26. Other Breeds & Classes
Breed Champions ......................................................... Ribbon
Reserve Breed Champions ........................................... Ribbon
Grand Champion Wether ............................................. Trophy
Reserve Grand Champion Wether ............................... Trophy

SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP
Senior Sheep Showman ................................................ Trophy
(9th grade and above)
Jr. Sheep Showman ...................................................... Trophy
(8th grade and below)

DIVISION 6 - MARKET GOATS
Superintendent: Bob Pruitt & Jordan Miller

GENERAL RULES:
1. Does and wethers may be shown and will be placed in the same classes. Does shown as Market cannot show in breeding classes.
2. Goats will not be mouthed.
3. All market goats will be weighed and placed into classes.
No weigh back. ...............................12.00 8.00 5.00 R R
4. At the time of weigh-in, market goats must be slick shorn above the hocks and knees with the hair not exceeding a length of 3/8 inch.
5. Hair compounds, including oils, paints, powders, and other dressings are not allowed.
6. The minimum weight for market goats is 50 pounds. The maximum weight will be 120 pounds.
7. Showmanship for all market goat exhibitors will follow the conclusion of the Show. Only exhibitors that have a market goat entered in their name and exhibited by the owner are eligible. Jr. Showmanship 8th grade and Sr. Showmanship 9th grade.
8. Added money:
$100 Grand Market Champion
$ 50 Reserve Market Champion

BREEDING BOER GOATS
9. Registered and non-registered classes and Does & Buck .
classes to be determined at show ...12.00 8.00 5.00 R R
Jr. Grand Champion Market .................................. Trophy
Jr. Reserve Grand Champion Market .................... Trophy
Jr. Grand Champion Doe ....................................... Trophy
Jr. Reserve Grand Champion Doe ......................... Trophy
Jr. Grand Champion Buck ...................................... Trophy
Jr. Reserve Grand Champion Buck ........................ Trophy

DIVISION 6A - DAIRY, PYGMY, & FAINTER GOATS

Superintendent: Elizabeth Butz

GENERAL RULES:
1. Show open to all exhibitors in Creek County.
2. The dairy classes will be a Kid and Doe show only. Wethers will be allowed for the Pygmy and Fainter Goat classes.
3. Unless there are three or more goats in a breed, owned by different exhibitors, they will be combined in one class.
4. Date and time of show, Sunday, September 22, 2019, at 10:00 a.m.
5. All entries must be in place by Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. and remain in place until judging is completed. Check-in with the superintendent is from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Saturday.
6. Do not unload animals until superintendent has conducted a health check.
7. The base date for computing age will be Sunday, September 15, 2019.
8. There will not be a pre-show milk out.
9. If there are fewer animals than three in a class, the judge, at his or her discretion, can award a ribbon as the animal deserves in lieu of premiums offered.
10. Premium money will be paid to Open show only.
11. Ribbons only will be awarded to Junior Show.
12. Animals will be judged only once. Open will be dismissed and Juniors left standing to award ribbons.
13. The association will not be liable for any loss or accidents.
14. All entries will be judged according to ADGA, AGS, and MGR standards
15. ALL GOATS MUST BE DEHORNED.

GOAT SHOWMANSHIP
1. Peewee (3rd grade and below) ............................. Trophy
2. Junior Showmanship (4th grade thru 8th grade) ... Trophy
3. Sr. Showmanship (9th grade thru 12th grade) ....... Trophy
4. Adult Showmanship………………………………......……….Trophy
Premiums for the class winners are as follows:
1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th – Ribbon, 5th – Ribbon

CLASSES:

Classes: Senior Division:

GRADE
1. Sr. Grade 1-2 yrs.
2 Sr. Grade 2-3 yrs.
3. Sr. Grade 3-4 yrs.
4. Sr. Grade 4-5 yrs.
5. Sr. Grade 5+ yrs.

ALPINE / SAANEN / SABLE
6. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 1-2 yrs.
7. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 2-3 yrs.
8. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 3-4 yrs.
9. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 4-5 yrs.
10. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 5+ yrs.

LAMANCHA
11. Sr. Lamancha 1-2 yrs.
12 Sr. Lamancha 2-3 yrs.
13. Sr. Lamancha 3-4 yrs.
14. Sr. Lamancha 4-5 yrs.
15. Sr. Lamancha 5+ yrs.

NIGERIAN DWARF
16. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 1-2 yrs.
17. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 2-3 yrs.
18. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 3-4 yrs.
19. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 4-5 yrs.
20. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 5+ yrs.

NUBIAN
21. Sr. Nubian 1-2 yrs.
22. Sr. Nubian 2-3 yrs.
23. Sr. Nubian 3-4 yrs.
24. Sr. Nubian 4-5 yrs.
25. Sr. Nubian 5+ yrs.

OBERHASLI / TOGGENBERG
26. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 1-2 yrs.
27. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 2-3 yrs.
28. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 3-4 yrs.
29. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 4-5 yrs.
30. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 5+ yrs.

Sr. Grand Champion ..................................................... Ribbon
Sr. Reserve Champion .................................................. Ribbon
Best Sr. Doe of Show .................................................... Trophy
Dam and Daughter…………………………………………………....Plaque

Classes: Junior Division:

GRADE
31. Jr. Grade 0-4 mos.
32. Jr. Grade 4-8 mos.
33 Jr. Grade 8-12 mos.
34. Jr. Grade 12-24 mos.

ALPINE / SAANEN / SABLE
35. Jr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 0-4 mos.
36. Jr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 4-8 mos.
37. Jr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 8-12 mos.
38. Jr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 12-24 mos.

LAMANCHA
39. Jr. Lamancha 0-4 mos.
40. Jr. Lamancha 4-8 mos.
41. Jr. Lamancha 8-12 mos.
42. Jr. Lamancha 12-24 mos.

NIGERIAN DWARF
43. Jr. Nigerian Dwarf 0-4 mos.
44. Jr. Nigerian Dwarf 4-8 mos.
45. Jr. Nigerian Dwarf 8-12 mos.
46. Jr. Nigerian Dwarf 12-24 mos.

NUBIAN
47. Jr. Nubian 0-4 mos.
48. Jr. Nubian 4-8 mos.
49. Jr. Nubian 8-12 mos.
50. Jr. Nubian 12-24 mos.

OBERHASLI / TOGGENBERG
51. Jr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 0-4 mos.
52. Jr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 4-8 mos.
53. Jr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 8-12 mos.
54. Jr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 12-24 mos.

Jr. Grand Champion ..................................................... Ribbon
Jr. Reserve Champion ................................................... Ribbon
Best Jr. Doe of Show ..................................................... Trophy

Classes: Senior Dairy Buck Division

GRADE
55. Sr. Grade 1-2 yrs.
56. Sr. Grade 2-3 yrs.
57. Sr. Grade 3-4 yrs.
58. Sr. Grade 4-5 yrs.
59. Sr. Grade 5+ yrs.

ALPINE / SAANEN / SABLE
60. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 1-2 yrs.
61. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 2-3 yrs.
62. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 3-4 yrs.
63. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 4-5 yrs.
64. Sr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 5+ yrs.

LAMANCHA
65. Sr. Lamancha 1-2 yrs.
66. Sr. Lamancha 2-3 yrs.
67. Sr. Lamancha 3-4 yrs.
68. Sr. Lamancha 4-5 yrs.
69. Sr. Lamancha 5+ yrs.

NIGERIAN DWARF
70. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 1-2 yrs.
71. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 2-3 yrs.
72. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 3-4 yrs.
73. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 4-5 yrs.
74. Sr. Nigerian Dwarf 5+ yrs.

NUBIAN
75. Sr. Nubian 1-2 yrs.
76. Sr. Nubian 2-3 yrs.
77. Sr. Nubian 3-4 yrs.
78. Sr. Nubian 4-5 yrs.
79. Sr. Nubian 5+ yrs.

OBERHASLI / TOGGENBERG
80. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 1-2 yrs.
81. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 2-3 yrs.
82. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 3-4 yrs.
83. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 4-5 yrs.
84. Sr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 5+ yrs.

Sr. Grand Champion ..................................................... Ribbon
Sr. Reserve Champion .................................................. Ribbon
Best Sr. Buck of Show ................................................... Trophy
Classes: Junior Dairy Buck Division

GRADE
85. Jr. Grade 0-4 mos.
86. Jr. Grade 4-8 mos.
87 Jr. Grade 8-12 mos.
88. Jr. Grade 12-24 mos.

ALPINE / SAANEN / SABLE
89. Jr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 0-4 mos.
90. Jr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 4-8 mos.
91. Jr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 8-12 mos.
92. Jr. Alpine/Saanen/Sable 12-24 mos.

LAMANCHA
93. Jr. Lamancha 0-4 mos.
94. Jr. Lamancha 4-8 mos.
95. Jr. Lamancha 8-12 mos.
96. Jr. Lamancha 12-24 mos.

NIGERIAN DWARF
97. Jr. Nigerian Dwarf 0-4 mos.
98. Jr. Nigerian Dwarf 4-8 mos.
99. Jr. Nigerian Dwarf 8-12 mos.
100. Jr. Nigerian Dwarf 12-24 mos.

NUBIAN
101. Jr. Nubian 0-4 mos.
102. Jr. Nubian 4-8 mos.
103. Jr. Nubian 8-12 mos.
104. Jr. Nubian 12-24 mos.

OBERHASLI / TOGGENBERG
105. Jr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 0-4 mos.
106. Jr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 4-8 mos.
107. Jr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 8-12 mos.
108. Jr. Oberhasli/Toggenberg 12-24 mos.

Jr. Grand Champion ..................................................... Ribbon
Jr. Reserve Champion ................................................... Ribbon
Best Jr. Buck of Show ................................................... Trophy

PYGMY GOATS

Classes to be determined at the show

BREEDING FAINTER GOATS

Classes to be determined at the show

DIVISION 7 - POULTRY

**NEW IN 2018**
Poultry entries must to be turned into the
Creek County Extension Office
by Friday, September 13th by 4;30 p.m.
918-224-2192
Entries MUST include
Exhibitors Name, Age Division (Junior or Open),
Class of Bird,
Breed/Variety of Bird,
Sex of Bird
Cage assignments will be made in advance based on entries received.

Superintendent: Bob Pruitt

GENERAL RULES:
1. Every effort will be made to provide uniform coops. No disqualified specimens will be allowed a premium
2. All bird competing for premiums must be the property of the exhibitors. There will be a Junior Division for the youth who are 18 years old and under. There will be an Open Division for anyone 19 years of age or older with a maximum of three (3) premiums paid per individual.
3. The association will not be liable for any loss or accident.
4. The terms for "Cock,” "Hen,” "Cockerel,” and "Pullet,” are as follows:
COCK ........................ A male before January 1, 2019
HEN ...................... A female before January 1, 2019
COCKEREL …………………………..A male after January 1, 2019
PULLET ......................... A female after January 1, 2019
5. All birds entered must be pullorum tested. A tester will be there between 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. and cost will be $1.00 per bird.
6. Birds will be tested and entered on Friday evening between 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
7. Judging starts at 8:00 a.m. Saturday morning.
8. Show is open to bantams chickens, large fowl, turkeys and waterfowl.
9. All birds must stay cooped until 7:00 p.m. Saturday. All . birds not picked up Saturday evening are not the responsibility of the Fair Board.
10. Ribbons will be given 1-4 places. Ribbon for best of breed and ............................................. reserve of breed.
Class Champion ........................................................ 7.50
Reserve Class Champion .......................................... 5.00
11. There are fourteen classes for Junior and Open Divisions as listed below:

Junior Division
Bantams
1. Old English Game
2. Modern Game
3. Rosecomb Clean Leg
4. Single Comb Clean Leg
5. Feather Leg
6. All other Comb Clean Leg

Large Fowl
7. Asiatic
8. American
9. Continental
10. English
11. Mediterranean
12. All other
13. Waterfowl
14. Turkey
15. Guinea

All exhibits will be judged according to the ABA-APA Standards.

Open Division
Bantams
16. Old English Game
17. Modern Game
18. Rosecomb Clean Leg
19. Single Comb Clean Leg
20. Feather Leg
21. All other Comb Clean Leg

Large Fowl
22. Asiatic
23. American
24. Continental
25. English
26. Mediterranean
27. All other
28. Waterfowl
29. Turkey
30. Guinea

All exhibits will be judged according to the ABA-APA Standards.

Junior - Open
Grand Champion Large Fowl ........................................ Trophy
Reserve Champion Large Fowl ..................................... Trophy
Grand Champion Bantam ............................................. Trophy
Reserve Champion Bantam, ......................................... Trophy
Grand Champion Waterfowl ........................................ Trophy
Reserve Champion Waterfowl ..................................... Trophy
JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP…………………..……………………RIBBON

DIVISION 8 - RABBITS

Superintendents ………………………………………..Ivy Armstrong

GENERAL RULES:
1. All rabbits entered must follow the American Rabbit Breeder’s Standard pre breed. ALL MIXED BREED RABBITS DISQUALIFIED.
2. All rabbits must be permanently tattooed in left ear.
3. Rabbits must be entered by 2:00 p.m. Saturday, September 21 and must remain in place throughout showing.
4. Exhibitors will be responsible for care of their own rabbits, unless arrangements are made with the Show Superintendent.
5. All exhibitors will be required to follow the General Rules and regulations with respect to the health of their rabbits. Any rabbits showing signs of disease will not be entered.

CLASSES:
1. Senior Buck
2. Senior Doe
3. 6-8 Buck
4. 6-8 Doe
5. Junior Buck
6. Junior Doe
6A. Pre-Junior

NO PREMIUMS FOR PRE-JUNIOR
. Premiums will be paid in each breed.
Cash premiums will be paid as follows:
First through fifth will receive ribbons
                                                       …… 1 2 3
10+ ................................................. 3.75 3.50 2.50
9 ................................................. 3.50 3.25 2.25
8 ................................................. 3.25 3.00 2.00
7 ................................................. 3.00 2.75 1.75
6 ................................................. 2.75 2.50 1.50
5 ................................................. 2.50 2.25 1.25
4 ................................................. 2.25 2.00 1.00
3 .................................................. 2.00 1.75 .75
2 ………………………………………………. 1.75 1.50 XX
1 …………………………………………..……. 1.50 XX XX

A minimum of five per breed necessary to receive Breed Specials.
Best of Breed ................................................ 3.00 plus ribbon
Best Opposite Sex .......................................... 1.50 plus ribbon
Best 4 Class ................................................ 3.00 plus ribbon
Best 6 Class ................................................ 3.00 plus ribbon
BEST OF SHOW .............................................. 5.00 plus trophy

 

By Great Plains Amusement

All rides require 1 ticket.

Rides:
  • Ferris Wheel
  • Spider
  • Zipper
  • Merry-Go-Round
  • Tilt-A-Whirl
  • Sizzler
  • Gator (kids)
  • G.I. Joe
  • Train (kids)
  • Bumper Cars
  • ...and several more!
Wrist Bands - Unlimited Rides:
$25.00 each day


Other Info:
Bands are color coded so they are only usable for the time slot you buy them for.

Single Tickets and Family Packs are also available at the Carnival.

There will be FREE concerts to the public Friday, Sep. 20 & Saturday, Sep.21 each night starting at 7:00 PM.
BANDS WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON!

Saturday, September 21

Starts at 6:00 PM in the Main Arena

CLASSES:
  • Stock
  • Jr. Stock (14 & Under)
  • Modified
  • Super Modified
  • 650 Motorcycle
  • 1200 Motorcycle
  • 165 Mini-Rod 4-cyl. Auto
  • Hot Rod 6-cyl. Auto
  • Super-Rod 8-cyl. Auto
For more information, contact Dale Caldwell: 405-747-0713

Thursday, September 19

7:00 PM (Doors Open at 6:00 PM)

GATE FEE: $7.00
CHILDREN 4-11: $5.00
CHILDREN UNDER 3: FREE


Rodeo Events:
Bareback Saddle Bronc Riding
Tiedown Calf Roping Ladies Barrel Race
Team Roping (Enter 2X) Bull Riding
Junior Barrel Race (15 & under) Breakaway Roping
Pee Wee Barrel Race(8 & under)

* Must Call to enter by Monday, September 17 (5:00-10:00 PM)

Except Junior and Pee Wee Barrels:
Warren Rodeo Company: 918-247-6826
Held in the Ronnie Wells Memorial Arena

Thanks to our sponsors!