State Horse Show Schedule

Dwayne Nunez  |  9/29/2011 11:17:00 PM

2012 State Horse Show Schedule

The purpose of the 4-H horse program is to provide young people opportunities to participate in a series of activities designed to improve citizenship, sportsmanship, horsemanship, character, competitive spirit, discipline and responsibility.


Tuesday, July 10, 2012

8 a.m. Check in begins. Exhibitors must check in and pay fees at least 1 hour before their class begins.

1 p.m. Show Begins – Class Order
                                            Breakaway Roping, 14 and over
                                            Breakaway Roping, 13 and under
                                            Tie down Roping, 14 and over
                                            Tie down Roping, 13 and under
                                             Stake Race, 14 and over
                                             Stake Race, 13 and under
                                            Team Penning, All ages

Wednesday, July 11, 20112

8:30 a.m. Show Begins- Class Order
                                            Pole Bending, 13 and under
                                            Pole Bending, 14 and over
                                            Barrel Racing, 13 and under
                                            Barrel Racing, 14 and over

Premier Exhibitor contest will begin at 1  p.m. or 1 hour after show ends. (Meet in the North Foyer by the Show Office)

3:30 p.m. Quiz Bowl registration in main lobby

4 p.m. Quiz Bowl begins, Jr. Division followed by Sr. Division

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Each parish will be allowed two contestants or teams in each division of the contests at the State Horse Show. Contestants may enter one communication contest. (Public Speaking or Demonstrations) and enter any or all of the following (Premier Exhibitor, Quiz Bowl and Horse Judging).

8 a.m. Registration for Public Speaking, Judging and Team Demonstrations – Main Lobby
8:30 a.m. Public Speaking, Individual and Team Demonstration contests
10 a.m. Registration for judging contest – Main Lobby
10:30 a.m. Judging Contest – Main Arena
6:30 p.m. Awards Banquet – Ike Hamilton Expo Center foyer

Friday, July 13, 2012

8 a.m. Show Begins
                Western Pleasure, 13 and under 
                Western Pleasure, 14 and over 
                Western Horsemanship, 13 and under 
                Western Horsemanship, 14 and over 
                Western Riding, 13 and under 
                Western Riding, 14 and over Reining, 13 and under    
                Reining, 13 and under
                Reining, 14 and over 
                Dressage, 13 and under (Training Level) 
                Dressage, 14 and over (Training Level)
                Trail 13 and under
                Trail 14 and over  (Exhibitors in trail can show anytime between 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.)
                Special Needs Horse Classes 1:30 p.m. (Showmanship followed by Trail)
                Stock Horse Pleasure (Exhibitors can show anytime between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.)
                Ground Work Class, All ages (Exhibitors in ground work can show anytime between 2:30 and 4 p.m.)

Saturday, July 14, 2012

8 a.m. Show Begins
                Working Hunter, All Ages
                Equitation over Fences, All Ages
                Hunter Under Saddle, 13 and under
                Hunter Under Saddle, 14 and over
                Hunt Seat Equitation, 13 and under
                Hunt Seat Equitation, 14 and over
                Western Showmanship, 13 and under
                Western Showmanship, 14 and over
                English Showmanship, 13 and under
                English Showmanship, 14 and over
        Followed by Halter Classes
                Miniature Horse Halter
                Arabian Horse Halter
                Paint Horse Halter    
                Quarter Horse Halter
                Appaloosa Horse Halter    
                AOB (Grade and Others) Halter

The annual Louisiana State Horse Show is held at the Ike Hamilton Center in West Monroe, Louisiana.

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