June 23 - 29, 2023 Kentucky Fair and Expo Center, Louisville, KY 

 

Due dates for the State Horse Show:

        By June 9th - Flu/Rhino Vaccine must be administered

       May 15 - Online Eligibility Form for Project Horse

        May 15 - Educational Hours Due (6 hours)

        May 15 - Office spreadsheet icondrill_team_entry_form_2022_final.xls

        May 15 - PDF iconstate_show_entry_form_2022.pdf (turn in to County Agent)

                          - Filestate_show_entry_form_2022_excel.xlsx

                          - PDF iconstall_request_form_2022.pdf

                          - Photo Release Form - Mandatory for all 4-H'ers

                          - Negative Coggins

                          - Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (Health Papers)

                          - Proof of Flu/Rhino Vaccine

                         - PDF iconShow Verification Form

                          County Agents- Upon receipt of paperwork, please sign forms and mail to:

                                                                                   KY 4-H Horse Program

                                                                                   615 W.P. Garrigus Bldg.

                                                                                   Lexington, KY 40546

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2022 4-H Horse Show Rules and Regulations

General Show Information          

Show Regulations and Code of Conduct

2022 Show Information and Forms

Dressage Score Sheets

Patterns

Vaccination Rule for State Show

In an effort to protect all horses, due to the recent outbreaks of the neurologic form of herpesvirus, the Kentucky 4-H Horse Program has mandated that horses showing at district and state 4-H horse shows must be vaccinated against flu and rhino within 6 months of the show date. Proof of vaccination will need to be provided along with Coggins and Health Papers.  We will follow USEF rules on the vaccination and verification process, which can be found here _ USEF Vaccination Rules_

This decision to require vaccination was voted on at the February 27th Spring Horse Advisory Council meeting by the district delegates.  Although none of the vaccines available currently claim to prevent against the neurologic form of the disease, studies have shown that some vaccines decrease viral shedding and produce higher antibody titers. The vaccines with the greatest ability to limit nasal shedding and viremia of the neuro virulent strain include the vaccines licensed for control of abortion (Pneumabort®-K & Prodigy®), and the MLV vaccine (Rhinomune® & Calvenza®).

Additional Information for Specific Breeds

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