Exhibiting
Livestock

Horse Show

How to Exhibit Horses at Paisley Fair

Registering

We do not require that early entries be made for Paisley fair.  On fair day, send a representative of your hitch to the Horse Registration Desk, located near the horse ring.   You will need your 2020 Livestock Entry & Insurance Form completed for the classes you plan to enter. We require proof that you are covered for 1 Million Dollars in Liability Insurance prior to exhibiting.

If you are a new horse exhibitor at Paisley Fair, you will be required to pay $10.00 membership fee and you will be given an exhibitor number.   If you exhibited the previous year, won prize money, then likely the membership fee was deducted from your prize money cheque toward membership for this year.   As a member you should have received your Exhibitor Prize Book in advance with your exhibitor number attached to the book.

Your Exhibitor Number will be put on a show card to use when in the ring to identify your horses.

Exhibiting

We ask that you follow the program and be ready to enter your class when called.   This helps to ensure the day runs smoothly and on time.

Halter class breeds will be divided if 3 or more Belgians, Percherons or Commercials per section.
If you have questions, call Chairperson Rob Fullerton  (cell) 519-386-3769

HARNESS AND HITCH SPONSORS

NORTH AMERICAN SIX-HORSE HITCH CLASSIC SERIES
JAMES MACKAY MEMORIAL CLASS

$2,500 in total prize money available for Clydesdales, Belgians or Percherons.   This class would not be possible without valuable sponsors of this prize money.

Beef & Dairy Cattle Shows

How to Exhibit Cattle

Paisley 4-H Invitation Beef & Dairy Show Rules for Exhibiting

  • All participants must have their 2020 information sheets available on show day
  • Bruce County 4-H dress code to apply
  • Entry fee of $5.00 is to be paid at time of registration
  • Judges decision is final
  • Committee in charge will settle any disputes
  • All exhibitors are to bring their own straw for bedding
  • Participants must show their own 2020 animal for both classes
  • Any participants abusing their animals during the show will be asked to leave the competition and give up the right to claim prize money.
  • Only registered competitors are allowed to fit and prepare animals at the show.  If you as a competitor feel unable to honour this request, we suggest you refrain for attending the show.
  • On conclusion of the show, exhibitors are asked to windrow the straw and dispose of all garbage
  • All livestock owners must complete the Livestock Entry & Insurance Form and have proof of $1 million liability insurance, prior to exhibiting.   The Livestock Exhibitor Agreement can be downloaded, completed and signed from this website and brought to the fair to be handed in upon registration.
  • All prize money for the 4-H Invitational Shows are paid in the show ring.

Open Show Guidelines

Registering

We do not require that early entries be made for Paisley fair.  On fair day, send a representative to the Beef or Dairy Registration Desk, located near the ring.   You will need your Livestock Entry & Insurance Form completed for the classes you plan to enter.  We require proof that you are covered for 1 Million Dollars in Liability Insurance prior to exhibiting

If you are a new cattle exhibitor at Paisley Fair, you will be required to pay $10.00 membership fee and you will be given an exhibitor number.   If you exhibited the previous year, won prize money, then likely the membership fee was deducted from your prize money cheque toward membership for this year.   As a member you should have received your Exhibitor Prize Book in advance with your exhibitor number attached to the book.  

Your Exhibitor Number will be put on a show card to use when in the ring to identify your cattle.

Exhibiting

We ask that you follow the program and be ready to enter your class when called.   This helps to ensure the day runs smoothly and on time.

  • All prize money will be mailed to exhibitors for classes in the Open Show.
  • Pedigree are required for Open Show in both Dairy and Beef.
  • On conclusion of the show, exhibitors are asked to windrow the straw and dispose of all garbage.