INTERNATIONAL HEAVY HORSE SHOW 2022

Director: Mark Hamilton
Committee: Audrey Hamilton, Ray St. Denis, Leslie Hamilton, Paul MacMillan, Cheryle Watson, Barb Findlay

Heavy Horse Barn Superintendent: Ray St. Denis

Rules and Rugulations

  • At our Insurance Company’s insistence livestock exhibitors must provide proof of $1,000,000 liability insurance or entries will have to be refused.
  • All Breeding Class will be held on Thursday, August 4th. Classes will begin at 9:00 am SHARP. The Line Class Judge will also be the Judge for all of the Hitch Classes on Friday and Saturday.
  • An entry fee of 15% will be deducted from your total prize money.
  • Exhibitor entries will be date stamped upon being received by the Secretary. Entries received after the closing date will be penalized an additional 5% of the prize money awarded.
  • Entries must be received by July 22nd, 2022:
    • mail to the Secretary, Navan Fair, 1279 Colonial Road, Navan, ON, K4B 1N1 OR
    • email to: navanfair@bellnet.ca OR
    • visit our website (navanfair.com ) for online entry form with capability to pay via PayPal.
  • Exhibitors will receive one day-pass per horse entered to a maximum of eight passes.
  • Entries must include the following:
    1. Registration numbers and names of horses;
    2. Proof of liability insurance for the current year;
    3. Stall reservations and stall fees;
    4. Membership fee;
  • Numbers must be obtained from the Show Secretary. Exhibitors must wear appropriate Exhibitor numbers when showing.
  • All animals shown in purebred classes, whether owned or leased, must be registered, in the name of the Exhibitor, in the respective Breed Registry.
  • The Board of Directors reserves the right to make final decisions on all problems that may arise.
  • All animals must be properly restrained at all times.
  • No entry additions or revisions/substitutions on the day of the show. Please inform the Show Secretary of any scratches that are to be deleted from a class.
  • Stall fees are as follows: Barn No.1 (Lancaster Barn): $8.00 per stall per day; Barn No. 2: $8.00 per stall per day. Line horses, which show on Thursday only, must vacate their stalls by 6:00 pm on August 4th. Only those stall reservations made through the Secretary, by submitting them with the entry forms, will be honoured on a first come basis. Payment by a cheque made payable to CTAS or PayPal in the correct amount must be included with the entry. No reservations will be accepted over the phone. Preference to the allocation of stalls will be given to those exhibitors who forwarded payment with their entry form. Due to limited space, tack stalls may not be available. We ask all Exhibitors co-operation in stabling arrangements. Hitch horses are not to arrive on the grounds until after 8:00 pm Thursday, August 4th unless specific arrangements have been made through the Fair office.
  • No vehicles allowed in the barns.
  • Horses are not permitted outside of the hitching, stabling, showing, loading and unloading areas; direct routes are designated to travel between the areas listed above.
  • The Exhibitor(s) shall be responsible at all times for their exhibit at the Navan Fair; and the Cumberland Township Agricultural Society shall not be held responsible for any accidents occurring to any patron of the Navan Fair on the fairgrounds, during the Navan Fair or at any other time.
  • No Exhibitor shall receive more than 2 (two) prizes in any one class.
  • The Heavy Horse Division pertains to the following Breeds of horses: Belgian, Clydesdale, Percheron, Shire and Commercial.
  • It shall be the responsibility of each Exhibitor to keep his or her stalls clean by removing manure to a designated area.
  • Exhibitor entrance gate is on Delson Drive.
  • Any driven entry must have two capable drivers, excluding cart classes when handlers are required to enter the ring.
  • Under no circumstances will Exhibitors cover the sponsor plaques mounted in Barn No.1 (Lancaster Barn).
  • If an Exhibitor refuses to leave the ring when excused by the Ringmaster, prize money won in that class will be forfeited.
  • Alcoholic beverages can only be consumed in the licensed areas of the Fairgrounds.
  • Only Exhibitors and Officials will be allowed in the show ring when the classes are in progress.
  • A Judge officiating at the Show shall not be subjected to indignities of any kind during the progress of the show.
  • As a special bonus for this year, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Navan Fair. Mileage will be paid out to exhibitors at a rate of $0.30 per km.  For one round trip per farm, from the farm’s address to the Navan Fair grounds
  • Although negative Coggins Test results are not required for draft horse entries, the CTAS recommends that exhibitors have all horses fully vaccinated and Coggins tested for the protection of themselves, their horses and other exhibitors.
  • Animals showing signs of contagious diseases or parasitic infections, e.g. ringworm, IBR, lice, etc., will not be allowed on the grounds. If a Veterinary check is required, it will be at the expense of the exhibitor and the veterinary ‘s decision is final.
  • In addition, the CTAS recommends that all animals have proof of Rabies Immunization a minimum of 30 days prior to the show in order to comply with O. Reg. 497/17, which is in affect as of July 1st, 2018.

Program outlining the Order of Classes for Thursday, August 4th, will be available when you pick up your Exhibitors numbers. Please pick up your numbers by 8:30 am.
Bedding and hay will.
Each Exhibitor must have purchased a 2022 Membership prior to the Fair in order to exhibit. One-day Memberships are $12.00 and must accompany the entry form. Exhibitors that have not purchased a 2022 membership will not be permitted to exhibit.

SECTION 1 – Purebred Clydesdale Classes

Navan Fair Clydesdale Show
Thursday, August 4th 2022
Judging begins at 9:30 am SHARP.

Judge: Alicia McQuarrie, Lindsay Ontario

Prize Money for Classes: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21

1st – $100. 2nd – $90. 3rd – $75. 4th – $60. 5th – $55. 6th – $50. 7th – $40. 8th – $35.
9th – $25. 10th – $20.

Ribbons only to Championship Classes.

SECTION 2 – Purebred Belgian Classes

Ottawa Valley Belgian Association Regional Belgian Show
Thursday, August 4th, 2022
Judging begins at 9:30 am SHARP

The Ottawa Valley Belgian Association requests those exhibitors showing animals in the following classes be members of their Association. The Cumberland Township Agricultural Society gratefully acknowledges the generous donation towards the prize money by the Ottawa Valley Belgian Association.

Judge: Alicia McQuarrie, Lindsay Ontario

Prize Money for Classes: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21

1st – $100. 2nd – $90. 3rd – $75. 4th – $60. 5th – $55. 6th – $50. 7th – $40. 8th – $35.
9th – $25. 10th – $20. Ribbons provided to 5th place.

Ribbons only to Championship Classes.

SECTION 3 – Purebred Percheron Classes

Ontario Percheron Horse Association–Regional (Eastern) Percheron Show
Thursday, August 4th, 2022
Judging begins at 9:30 am SHARP

The Cumberland Township Agricultural Society gratefully acknowledges the generous donation towards the prize money by the Ontario Percheron Horse Association. The Ontario Percheron Horse Association Inc. is pleased to have selected Navan Fair as a qualifying point show for the new Ontario Percheron Promotion Program. For more information on this program please visit www.ontariopercheron.ca.

Judge: Alicia McQuarrie, Lindsay Ontario

Prize Money for Classes: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21

1st – $100. 2nd – $90. 3rd – $75. 4th – $60. 5th – $55. 6th – $50. 7th – $40. 8th – $35.
9th – $25. 10th – $20. Ribbons provided to 5th place.

Ribbons only to Championship Classes.

Regular Classes for all Breeds

  1. Filly: foaled in 2022.
  2. Filly: foaled in 2021.
  3. Filly: foaled in 2020.
  4. Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion Filly: First and Second place winners in Classes 1, 2, and 3 are eligible for this class. Ribbons only.
  5. Filly: foaled in 2019.
  6. Yeld Mare – 4 years or older. A Yeld mare is a mare, four years of age or older, that has not raised a foal during the current year. A mare that dropped a dead foal or a foal that died within two weeks of birth shall be classified as a Yeld mare. An embryo transfer donor mare is classified as a Yeld mare.
  7. Brood Mare: Mare that shows evidence of being in foal for the current year or has raised a foal during the current year. Registration certificate of the foal must be provided if the foal is not shown.
  8. Senior Champion and Reserve Senior Champion Mare: First and Second place winners in Classes 5, 6, and 7 are eligible for this class. Ribbons only.
  9. Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Mare: Champion and Reserve Champion in Classes 4 and 8 are eligible for this class. Ribbons only.
  10. Stallion: foaled in 2022.
  11. Stallion: foaled in 2021.
  12. Stallion: foaled in 2020.
  13. Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion Stallion: First and Second place winners in Classes 10, 11, and 12 are eligible for this class. Ribbons only.
  14. Stallion: foaled in 2019.
  15. Stallion: foaled before January 1, 2019.
  16. Senior Champion and Reserve Senior Champion Stallion: First and Second place winners in Classes 14 and 15 are eligible for this class. Ribbons only.
  17. Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Stallion: Champion and Reserve Champion in Classes 13 and 16 are eligible for this class. Ribbons only.
  18. Supreme Champion: to be chosen from the Champions of Classes 9 (Mare) and 17 (Stallion). Ribbon only.
  19. Progeny of Dam: 2 animals, any age, the progeny of one dam. Each animal must have been shown in its appropriate Single section. Both animals must be owned by exhibitor and registered in Exhibitor’s name.
  20. Get of Sire: 3 animals of any age, the get of one sire. Each animal must have been shown in its appropriate Single section. At least one animal must be owned by Exhibitor and registered in Exhibitor’s name.
  21. Stallion and Three Mares: Each animal must be owned by Exhibitor and registered in Exhibitor’s name. Each animal must have been shown in its appropriate Single section.
  22. Registered Mare Cart Class: to be driven by a lady or gentlemen. One entry per Exhibitor.

Prize Money for Class 22: 1st – $55. 2nd – $50. 3rd – $45. 4th – $40 EOE – $35.

Team of Purebred Mares: hitched to a suitable 4-wheeled vehicle.

Prize Money for Class 23: 1st – $80. 2nd – $65. 3rd – $55. EOE – $45.

Special Classes and Acknowledgements:

Section 1 – Clydesdale

Regular Classes 9 and 17
Grand Champion Clydesdale Mare and Grand Champion Clydesdale Stallion.
Champion Ribbons donated by the Clydesdale Horse Association of Canada.

Regular Class 9
Grand Champion Clydesdale Mare.
Trophy donated by the Watson Families, Ridgedale Farms, Sarsfield, ON.

Regular Class 22
Registered Clydesdale Mare Cart Class.
Sponsored by Wendell and Cheryle Watson, Sarsfield, ON.

Regular Class 23
Team of Clydesdale Purebred Mares.
Sponsored by Wyatt and Cheryl McWilliams, Navan, ON.
Ben Watson Memorial Trophy, Donated by the Watson Families, Ridgedale Farms, Sarsfield, ON.

Special Class 1A
Junior Showmanship with Clydesdale horse, boy or girl, 13 years and under as of January 1st of the current year. Showing horse on the line with the following considerations: walk, trot, turn, watching judge, backup, presentation, suitability of showperson to horse, handling, appearance and proper dress. No entry fee.

Prize Money for Special Class 1A 1st – $20. EOE – $10.

Special Class 1B
Junior Showmanship with Clydesdale horse, boy or girl, 14-18 years old as of January 1st of the current year. Showing horse on the line with the following considerations: walk, trot, turn, watching judge, backup, presentation, suitability of showperson to horse, handling, appearance and proper dress. No entry fee.

Prize Money for Special Classes 1B 1st – $20. EOE – $10.

Special Classes and Acknowledgements:

Section 2 – Belgian

The CTAS is host to the following Ontario Belgian Horse Association (OBHA) Special filly and stallion classes:

Special Class 2A. Ontario bred and sired filly foal.
Ontario Bred & Sired Belgian Filly Foal Class must be from a mare owned by a resident of the Province of Ontario at the time of service and sired by a stallion owned and standing in the Province of Ontario at the time of service. The owner must be a member of the Ontario Belgian Horse Association for the current year. For 2018, the fillies must have been nominated with the Ontario Belgian Horse Association by July 1st. The prize money for this class will be paid to each Exhibitor by the Ontario Belgian Horse Association at the annual awards banquet. $300. is donated by the Ontario Belgian Horse Assoc. and $100. is donated by the Cumberland Township Agricultural Society.

Prize Money for Special Class 2A 1st – $100. 2nd – $80. 3rd – $60. 4th – $40. EOE – $20.

Special Class 2B. Ontario bred and sired yearling filly.

Special Class 2C. Ontario bred and sired 2 year old filly.

Special Class 2D. Ontario bred and sired stallion foal.

Special Class 2E. Ontario bred and sired yearling stallion.

NOTE: Rules as they apply to the above Special Class can be found on the OBHA website at http://www.ontariobelgians.ca/

Special Class 2F
Junior Showmanship with Belgian horse, boy or girl, 13 years and under as of January 1st of the current year. Showing horse on the line with the following considerations: walk, trot, turn, watching judge, backup, presentation, suitability of showperson to horse, handling, appearance and proper dress. No entry fee.
NOTE: Youth showing in this class will receive points towards the Ontario Belgian Horse Association Youth Point Program.

Prize Money for Special Class 2F 1st – $20. EOE – $10.

Special Class 2G
Junior Showmanship with Belgian horse, boy or girl, 14-18 years old as of January 1st of the current year.
Showing horse on the line with the following considerations: walk, trot, turn, watching judge, backup, presentation, suitability of showperson to horse, handling, appearance and proper dress. No entry fee.
NOTE: Youth showing in this class will receive points towards the Ontario Belgian Horse Association Youth Point Program.

Prize Money for Special Class 2G 1st – $20. EOE – $10.

Belgian Junior Showmanship classes sponsored by: The Ontario Belgian Horse Association.

Special Classes and Acknowledgements:

Section 3 – Percheron

Special Class 3A
Junior Showmanship with Percheron horse, boy or girl, 13 years and under as of January 1st of the current year. Showing horse on the line with the following considerations: walk, trot, turn, watching judge, backup, presentation, suitability of showperson to horse, handling, appearance and proper dress. No entry fee.

Prize Money for Special Class 3A 1st – $20. EOE – $10.

Special Class 3B
Junior Showmanship with Percheron horse, boy or girl, 14-20 years old as of January 1st of the current year.
Showing horse on the line with the following considerations: walk, trot, turn, watching judge, backup, presentation, suitability of showperson to horse, handling, appearance and proper dress. No entry fee.

Prize Money for Special Class 3B 1st – $20. EOE – $10.

Percheron Junior Showmanship classes sponsored by: The Ontario Percheron Horse Association.

Special Class 3C
Junior Percheron Cart Class.
To be driven by a Junior Member of the Ontario Percheron Horse Association who has not reached his or her 20th birthday as of January 1st of the current year. To be judged on quality, performance, driving ability and suitability of horse to driver. An adult must accompany the driver.

Prize Money – $150. for the class
Donated by the Ontario Percheron Horse Association and the Cumberland Township Agricultural Society, to be divided equally among the competitors.

Section 4 – Harness Classes

Friday Evening, August 5th, 2022

Show begins at 6:30 pm

Any driven entry must have another capable driver with them, excluding cart classes when handlers are required to enter the ring.

Judge: Alicia McQuarrie, Lindsay Ontario

24. Clydesdale or Shire, Four-Horse Hitch.
Prize Money for Class 24: 1st – $350. 2nd – $275. 3rd – $250. EOE – $200.

25. Percheron, Light or Heavy Draft Team of Mares or Geldings: hitched to a suitable 4-wheeled vehicle.
Prize Money for Class 25: 1st – $175. 2nd – $150. 3rd – $135. EOE – $120.

26. Belgian, Four-Horse Hitch.
Prize Money for Class 26: 1st – $350. 2nd – $275. 3rd – $250. EOE – $200.

27. James MacMillan Memorial Four Horse Hitch of Registered Mares; Belgian, Clydesdale, Percheron, Shire.
Sponsored by Paul MacMillan and Family, Mountain, ON – In memory of June and James MacMillan.
Prize money for Class 27: 1st – $300. 2nd – $275. 3rd – $250. EOE – $200.

28. Clydesdale or Shire, Six-Horse Hitch.
Prize Money for Class 28: 1st – $400. 2nd – $375. EOE – $350.

29. Percheron, Four-Horse Hitch.
Prize Money for Class 29: 1st – $350. 2nd – $275. 3rd – $250. EOE – $200.

30. Belgian, Six-Horse Hitch.
Prize Money for Class 30: 1st – $400. 2nd – $375. EOE – $350.

31. Clydesdale or Shire, Light or Heavy Draft Team of Mares or Geldings: hitched to a suitable 4-wheeled vehicle.
Prize Money for Class 31: 1st – $175. 2nd – $150. 3rd – $135. EOE – $120.

32. Percheron, Six-Horse Hitch.
Prize Money for Class 32: 1st – $400. 2nd – $375. EOE – $350.

33. Clydesdale, Belgian, Percheron, and Shire, Draft Horse Riding Competition
Prize Money for Class 33 $200. divided equally among all participants

Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8 – Grade Classes And Youth Decorating

Saturday, August 6th, 2022
Classes begin at 9:00 am

Judge: Alicia McQuarrie, Lindsay Ontario

Prize Money for Classes: 34, 35, 37, 38, 40 & 41:

1st – $75. 2nd – $65. 3rd – $55. 4th- $50. EOE – $40. Ribbons provided to 5th place.
Ribbons only, not prize money, provided to Championship Classes

Section 5 – Belgian Grade Classes
34. Light or Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding: 3 years and under.
35. Light or Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding: 4 years and over.
36. Champion and Reserve Champion Mare or Gelding: First and second place winners in classes 33 and 34 are eligible for this class. Ribbons only.

Section 6 – Clydesdale or Shire Grade Classes
37. Light or Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding: 3 years and under.
38. Light or Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding: 4 years and over.
39. Champion and Reserve Champion Mare or Gelding: First and second place winners in Classes 36 and 37 are eligible for this class. Ribbons only.

Section 7 – Percheron Grade Classes
40. Light or Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding: 3 years and under.
41. Light or Heavy Draft Mare or Gelding: 4 years and over
42. Champion and Reserve Champion Mare or Gelding: First and second place winners in Classes 39 and 40 are eligible for this class. Ribbons only.
43. All Breed – Supreme Champion Gelding: 1st place entries from classes 35, 38 and 41. Ribbon only.

Section 8 – Youth Decorating
Junior Decorating Competition: Open to participants 20 years and under as of January 1st of the current year. Can work individually or in pairs with a handler. 30 minute time limit. Judged on mane decorating, tail tying and overall presentation.

Prize Money for Class 44: 1st – $40. EOE – $30.

Section 9 – Harness Classes

Saturday, August 6th, 2022

Show begins at 11:30 am

Judge: Alicia McQuarrie, Lindsay Ontario

The Cumberland Township Agricultural Society gratefully acknowledges the generous donation made by the Eastern Regional Commercial Horse Association and various sponsors to the prize money. Any driven entry must have another capable driver with them, excluding cart classes when handlers are required to enter the ring.

Note: The Light Horse Division has scheduled classes in between the following Heavy Horse Classes to allow time for the Heavy Horse exhibitors to hitch. The Light Horse Classes are listed in italics.

45. Commercial, Belgian, Percheron, Clydesdale, Shire, and Junior Driving Cart: Open to boys and girls under 14 years of age as of January 1st of the current year. An adult must accompany driver. Driver must be dressed in proper attire. No entry fee. To be judged on 60% ability to handle the horse, 40% suitability of dress.
Prize money for Class 45: $50. to each exhibitor

Light Horse Class 1 – Miniature Horse – over 34”

Light Horse Class 2 – Single Roadster Horse, shown to a bike.


46. Belgian, Cart: driven by a lady or gentlemen.
One entry per exhibitor.
Prize money for Class 46: 1st – $100. 2nd – $90. 3rd – $80. 4th- $70. EOE – $70.

47. Commercial, Cart: driven by a lady or gentleman.
Prize money for Class 47: 1st – $100. 2nd – $90. 3rd – $80. 4th- $70. EOE – $70.

Light Horse Class 3 – Single Harness Pony, 44″ and under.

Light Horse Class 4 – Morgan/ Arabian Native Costume.

48. Commercial, Single Tandem of Mares or Geldings.

Prize money for Class 48: 1st – $100.  2nd – $85.  3rd – $70.  4th – $60.  EOE – $50.

49. Clydesdale or Shire, Cart: driven by a lady or gentlemen.   One entry per exhibitor. 

Prize money for Class 49: 1st – $100.   2nd – $90.   3rd – $80.   4th- $70.   EOE – $70.

Light Horse Class 5 – Hackney Pleasure Pony, open.

Light Horse Class 6 – Child’s Saddle Pony, 14.2 hands and under.

50. Percheron, Cart: driven by a lady or gentlemen.    One entry per exhibitor. 

Prize money for Class 50: 1st – $100.   2nd – $90.   3rd – $80.  4th – $70   EOE – $70.

51. Belgian, Light or Heavy Draft Team of Mares or Geldings: hitched to a suitable 4-wheeled vehicle. 

Prize money for Class 51: 1st – $175.   2nd – $150.   3rd – $135.   EOE – $120.

Light Horse Class 7 – Open cart – Miniature horse – under 34”

Light Horse Class 8 – Single Hackney Pony.

Commercial, Team of Mares or Geldings: hitched to a suitable 4-wheeled vehicle.

52. Percheron, Cart: driven by a lady or gentlemen.    One entry per exhibitor. 

Prize money for Class 52: 1st – $175.   2nd – $150.   3rd – $135.   EOE – $120.

53. Clydesdale or Shire Unicorn Hitch.

Prize money for Class 53: 1st – $300.  2nd – $250.  3rd – $200.     EOE – $150.

Light Horse Class 9 – Miniature Horse – Youth Driver.

Light Horse Class 10 – Single Roadster Horse, shown to a four-wheel buggy.

54. Ladies Team; Belgian, Clydesdale, Percheron: hitched to a suitable 4-wheeled vehicle. 

Prize money for Class 54: 1st – $175.   2nd – $150.   3rd – $135.   EOE – $120.

55. Commercial, Team of Mares or Geldings: hitched to a suitable 4-wheeled vehicle. Driven by a lady. 

Prize money for Class 55: 1st – $175.   2nd – $150.   3rd – $135.   EOE – $120.

Light Horse Class 11 – Roadster Pony, open.

Light Horse Class 12 – Child’s Parade Pony.

56. Percheron, Unicorn Hitch. 

Prize money for Class 56: 1st – $300.  2nd – $250.  3rd – $200.    EOE – $150.

57. Commercial, Unicorn Hitch

Prize money for Class 57: 1st – $300.  2nd – $250.  3rd – $200.     EOE – $150.

58. Belgian, Unicorn Hitch.

Prize money for Class 58: 1st – $300.  2nd – $250.  3rd – $200.     EOE – $150.

Light Horse Class 13 – Lead Line

Light Horse Class 14 – Fine Harness Show Pony

59. Commercial, Four-Horse Hitch:

Prize Money for Class 59: 1st – $350.   2nd – $275.   3rd – $250.   EOE – $200.

Light Horse Class 15 – Morgan/ Arabian Western Pleasure

Light Horse Class 16 – Pair Miniature Horses

Section 10 – Harness Classes

Saturday, August 6th, 2022
Show begins at 6:30 pm

Note: The Light Horse Division has scheduled classes in between the following Heavy Horse Classes to allow time for the Heavy Horse exhibitors to hitch. The Light Horse Classes are listed in italics. Driven entries must have another capable driver with them, excluding cart classes when handlers are required to enter the ring.

Heavy Horse Judge: TBD

60. Decorated Cart Class, Open to all Breeds

Prize Money for Class 60: 1st – $100.   2nd – $90.   3rd – $80.   4th – $70.   EOE – $60.

Light Horse Class 17 – Child’s Parade Pony Stake 

Light Horse Class 18 – Fine Harness Show Pony Stake

61. Belgian, Clydesdale, Percheron, Shire Junior Drive: team hitched to a suitable 4-wheeled vehicle. Open to girls and boys between 14 and 18 years of age as of January 1st of the current year.  Each driver mustbe accompanied by an adult. 

Prize money for Class 61: $70. to each exhibitor

Light Horse Class 19 – Miniature Horse – Three or more animals hitched

Light Horse Class 20 – Roadster Horse Bike Stake 

Light Horse Class 21 – Child’s Saddle Pony Stake

Commercial, Random Hitch

Prize money for Class 62: 1st – $200.   2nd – $150.   3rd – $120.     EOE – $100.

Light Horse Class 22 – Hackney Pony Stake

Light Horse Class 23 – Miniature Horse, Pair Stake 

63. North American Six-Horse Hitch Classic Series, Qualifying Class, Belgian, Clydesdale, Percheron, Shire. 

Prize money for Class 63: 1st – $625.   2nd – $575.   3rd – $500.    EOE – $450.

Light Horse Class 24 – Roadster Pony Stake

64. Commercial, Troika Hitch; hitched to suitable 4 wheeled vehicle. 

Prize money for Class 64: 1st – $200.   2nd – $150.   3rd – $120.     EOE – $100.

Light Horse Class 25 – Single Miniature Horse Stake

Light Horse Class 26 – Hackney Pleasure Pony Stake

Light Horse Class 27 – Single Roadster Stake

65. Erwin Hamilton Memorial Ontario Four-Horse Hitch Series. Minimum of $1750 will be paid out as per Series Rules.

Trophy presented by Mrs. Audrey Hamilton & Family, Vars, ON In memory of Erwin Hamilton

Prize money for Class 65: 1st – $425.   2nd – $375.   3rd – $325.   EOE – $275.

Light Horse Class 28 – Morgan/ Arabian Native Costume Stake

Light Horse Class 29 – Harness Pony Stake 44” and under