Chairperson: Marjorie Singer 570-240-0784
Assistant Chairpersons: Lisa Landsiedel 570-241-5626 & Roy Landsiedel
- Horses must enter the grounds by 8:00 PM on Wednesday of the Fair.
- Upon arrival on the grounds, check in with one of the Horse Barn Stewards, who will direct the entrant to the stall(s).
- Stall entry fees (check or money order) must be paid at the time the entry is made in order to reserve a place for the animal(s). NO EXCEPTIONS! All entries must contain CURRENT copies of negative Coggins and Rabies.
- All Reservations should be mailed to Marjorie Singer, 504 Dunlop Road, Meshoppen, PA 18630. Make two checks for $20.00 each, payable to Wyoming County Community Fair. If stall is stripped clean upon departure, one check will be voided.
- Show Entries will be accepted the day of the show up to three classes prior to the one being entered.
Health Rules: (Applies to ALL Sections)
- A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued after May 1 of this year is required. CVI must state “All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases.”
- No equine showing evidence of any contagious or infectious disease will be permitted entry to the Fair.
- Proof of negative Coggins Test (identifying each animal) which shall have been conducted within the current year.
- A current rabies vaccination administered by a licensed veterinarian is required for animals three months of age and older. The certificate must contain legible name and contact information of the veterinarian who administered the vaccine and the veterinarian’s signature. A copy of the original rabies vaccination certificate is acceptable.
- All Out-of-State horses to be exhibited must be accompanied by a health certificate prepared within 30 days of the date of the horse show by a licensed veterinarian. The CVI should show proof of negative coggins and include a statement verifying that “all animals identified on this certificate of veterinary inspection have been examined and found to be free of Vesicular Stomatitis (VS). During the past 90 days, these animals have neither been exposed to VS nor located within 10 miles of a site where VS has been diagnosed.”
- If an equine has resided in a state in which piroplasmosis has been identified within the past five years for a cumulative total of 30 days or more within 6 months preceding the date of entry into the Commonwealth, that animal must be tested negative for Piroplasmosis on a competitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (C-ELISA) test, or a department approved equivalent test, with the test occurring within 30 days preceding into PA. The date of the test and the results shall be written on the CVI.
- The rules herein are made a part of the conditions under which all entries of the exhibitors are made. Exhibitors are respectfully requested to read them carefully, thereby avoiding any confusion before, during, and after the Fair.
- Stall(s) may be obtained for those that participate in any of the Horse events.
- All entries must be made by the owner or leaser, and no animal will be admitted or stabled unless properly entered.
- All entries must be broke to tie and lead, or they will be excused.
- No horses, ponies, mules, or teams shall be entitled to any premiums or ribbons unless serviceably sound. Entries that appear unsound will be excused immediately.
- Adult supervision must be provided for each entry during any loud performances at the Fair (Demolition Derby, Truck/Tractor Pulls, etc.) as well as for camping/overnight stays, no exceptions.
- All exhibitors are notified that any acts of discourtesy or disobedience to the judge(s) and/or officials on the part of the exhibitor, owner, leaser, or parent shall disqualify the animal, and the exhibitor shall therefore forfeit his/her entry fee and all premium awards.
- The Wyoming County Community Fair, and their members will not be responsible for any accident of any kind or nature that may occur to any animal, person, or property. The exhibitors and spectators shall hold them harmless and indemnify them against any legal proceeding arising from any accident and/or damages.
- Fire law regulations prohibit the roping off of the aisles or any part of the aisles. NO SMOKING at any time in the horse barn. All persons must comply.
- Proper show attire is required for all horse events. When riding/working a horse any time other than an event, proper riding attire, including long pants and boots with an acceptable heel is required. No exceptions.
- Absolutely no riding double or bareback will be permitted on the grounds. First offense will result in a warning, second will be grounds for disqualification for any entered events, and dismissal from the grounds.
- Riding horses inside the barn or stalls is strictly prohibited.
- The Chairperson(s) reserve the right to change the order of classes and combine classes before or during the Fair. All exhibitors and parents or guardians of exhibitors agree to abide by these rules. Decisions by Chairperson(s) on enforcement of all rules listed above are final. Failure to comply with any of the rules WILL result in disqualification the following year.