2022 Horse Verification Form
Welcome to the Oakland County Fair-Where Summer Fun Begins!
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram
Directions
View Cart: 

Sign up for email updates from Oakland County 4-H Fair Association

Home > Participate > Applications & Forms > 2022 Horse Verification Form

2022 Horse Verification Form

2022 Horse Verification Form

Attention Horse: Be sure to include a picture that can be used to identify your horse. If you upload a picture that is insufficient for identification you will be requested to submit additional pictures. You may chose to download and mail in your verification form. Please note postmarks will not be used to determine if your form is late. The determination is the form has been received in the Fair Office.

On Line Submittable

2022 Horse Verification Form

HORSE VERIFICATION FORM

VERIFICATION FORMS MUST BE RECEIVED BY May 7, 2022 TO AVOID A LATE FEE. VERIFICATION FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM May 8- 21, 2022 WITH A $25.00 LATE FEE. ANY VERIFICATION FORM RECEIVED AFTER MAY 21, 2022 WILL BE ASSESSED A $100.00 LATE FEE.NO VERIFICATION FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER JUNE 1, 2022. IF YOU ARE MAILING YOUR VERIFICATION FORM, POSTMARKS WILL NOT BE USED TO DETERMINE IF YOUR FORM IS ON TIME, A LATE FEE ASSESSED OR IF THE FORM CAN BE ACCEPTED.

IF you are completing this form on a mobile device please email all photographs and coggins to info@oakfair.org with the exhibitors name clearly identified. All other information must be completed on this form.

NO MORE THAN TWO HORSES CAN BE VERIFIED PER EXHIBITOR

Exhibitor Information

Would you like to be a state 4-H show delegate?

First Horse Project Animal

Horse #1 Type


Color Photo Horse #1 Horse must be naked, no tack, blankets or leg wrap
 
Coggins Report Horse #1
 

Second Horse Project Animal

Horse #2 Type


Horse #2 Color Photo Horse must be naked, no tack, blankets or leg wrap
 
Coggins Report Horse #2
 
Late Fee
Late Fee- May 8- May 21
May 08 - May 21, 2022
$25.00
Late Fee- May 22- June 1
May 22 - June 01, 2022
$100.00

HORSE AREA RULES

PLEASE REMEMBER…

You and your horse are here as an exhibit for the general public. Please take pride in your horse and the appearance of the barn and grounds.

•Please include the following information on your stall

  • Name and cell phone number
  • Horse’s name
  • Veterinarian’s name and number

  • Please check with your 4-H Leader or Superintendent to see what day you are scheduled to help out with the daily horse show activities.If you are not registered with a group you must check with the Horse Superintendent on Saturday for your assignment.

BARN RULES

  • No cross-tying in aisle ways of barn.
  • Bedding is required in your horse’s stall.
  • No hay nets. Hay bags are okay and opening must be above the horse’s withers for safety.
  • No Smoking or vaping in barn or tents
  • Dogs must be on leash at all times while on the fairgrounds.
  • Dogs are not allowed in the barns or tents
  • Aisles must be kept clear.
  • No horses in center aisle.
  • No plug-in appliances to be used in the barn, except clippers, without prior approval from the Barn Superintendent.
  • Manure must be put in designated arena.
  • NO MANURE in garbage cans.
  • Horses to be fed between 6:30-7:30 am Water and stalls are to be maintained at all times.
  • There will be a nightly check at 10:00 p.m. and at other random times. Superintendent and Fairboard will monitor proper care and maintenance of the animal and assigned housing.
  • ALL Horses must be in stalls at 10 pm.
  • ALL lights out in Barn & Tent at 11 pm. Horse arena lights out will be at the discretion of the Horse Superintendent
  • Barn is closed to everyone from 11 pm to 6 am (Exception: emergency horse care which must be communicated to Horse or Barn Superintendent.)
  • No overnight sleeping in the barn.
  • NO Horses allowed in designated “no horse” areas, including in and near horse pavilion and between horse pavilion and arena and other areas as marked or communicated by the Horse Superintendent or Fairboard.
  • Exhibitors must wear proper footwear at all times in horse barns, arenas and other horse areas while handling horses.
  • Exhibitors are not to consume food or drink inside of the barn.
  • Any posted additional rules shall be followed.

GENERAL RULES

  • Checkout times are per the Fairbook and occur in the morning only.See horse rules and the Daily Horse Schedule for more information.
  • Stalls and barn are to be kept clean at all times.Stalls are to be thoroughly stripped and cleaned and VERIFIED by the SUPERINTENDENT before departure.
  • No non-exhibitor is allowed on a horse without the permission of the Horse Superintendent.
  • All horses must be led to and from all rings, practice and make-up arenas.
  • No lunging in any arenas when there are riders present.No loose horses in any arena.
  • PARENTS/TRAINERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO COACH ANY EXHIBITOR WHILE THE CLASS IS IN PROGRESS.
  • All exhibitors and parents MUST review and be familiar with and follow all applicable General Rules, Horse Rules and Barn Rules in the Fairbook.Lack of familiarity with the rules will not be accepted as an excuse if the rules are violated.

I HAVE READ AND AGREE TO COMPLY WITH THE ABOVE RULES and understand that violation of any of these rules may result in loss of premium and/or I may be asked to leave the premises. I understand that submitting this verification form does not enter an exhibitor in the Fair. Each exhibitor must register for all applicable classes and pay all required entry fees to be considered an exhibitor at the Oakland County Fair.

Horse Area Rules
 
See Fairbook horse rules for verification rules and requirements.

Note: There will be no changing of classes. Current year Coggins, to be retained on file during the Fair, will be required at time of check in.

If you prefer to mail your verification form

Back to
Top
Tickets & Deals