Under OHIO law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities.
H.B. No. 564 Sec. 2305.321
The Hancock County Fair Board, and Horsemasters 4-H Club along with any sponsors and/or show committee personnel, will not be responsible for any injuries or thefts to exhibitors, spectators, horses or property damage.
ALL DOGS MUST BE ON A LEASH!
SMALL FRY CLASSES
Entrant and horse will be checked at the gate.
Any entrant or horse viewed to be unsafe will be excused.
Once in the arena any entrant or horse viewed to be unsafe by spotters or judge will be excused.
ASTM/SEI helmets are required in all youth Hunter Under Saddle and Equitation classes.
Any payback or prize not claimed by end of show will be forfeited.
Show managers reserve the right to settle any controversy and substitute judges in case of an emergency.
Show managers reserve the right to cancel, combine or split classes.
Show managers reserve the right to excuse any horse and rider viewed to be unsafe.
Unruly exhibitors and/or horses will be excused from the show and/or grounds and entry fees forfeited.
Show Manager: Diane Harmon (419) 421-721-2598, Amber butler (419) 722-0887.
Horse Show number beginning July 4th. Call 419-721-2598.
The entry booth is located on the South end of the show arena.
Hours for entries are Friday 4 P.M. to 10 P.M.
Saturday 7:30 A.M. to last class of the day
Sunday 7:30 A.M.
Open checks will be accepted for class entries.
A $30 charge will be made for any check returned from the bank.
Last update March 2, 2017
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