Horse Project

 

Upcoming Events:

May 21:  Gymkhana Clinic with Mike McGowan.  More information to come.

Horse Project Forms:

Therapeutic Riding Permission Form 2016

MasterHorsemanAwardCompleteForm

Marathon County Horsemasters Sign-up form

Liability release form 2016

Hunter Hack Jump Form

HEALTH AGREEMENT FORM

2016-Wisconsin-Valley-Junior-Fair-Horse_Ed-Requirements

2016 Member and Horse Info Form

2016 Exhibitor Pre-Fair Reg

 

Please visit the Marathon County Horsemasters Website for your complete information.  http://www.freewebs.com/marathoncountyhorsemasters/

Fair Animal Health Information

Equine Herpesvirus UW Extension (PDF, 194 KB)

To Obtain Your Premise ID click on the following link

http://datcp.wi.gov/Animals/Premises_Registration/index.aspx

New Horse Barn…New Rules!

The new barn is going to have a whole new look and traffic pattern. These rules have been developed to assure adequate viewing of the animals, safety for people and animals in the aisles, cleanliness, and to provide for the best ventilation possible.

1. All horses will be expected to enter and leave the barn through the WEST doors! (Those are the doors on the end nearest the Horse Arena.) Only people will be using the doors on the East end of the building. This will make the road between the horse barn and the cattle barns safer from traffic and cleaner with less manure.

2. Each stall will have a designated board to identify the horse and exhibitor and to hang ribbons. The board will be 20” tall and 30” wide. It will be permanently attached to the stall, either below the window or on the door to the stall. You must remove all staples and decorations from the board before the end of the fair.

3. No club decorations will be allowed that are not attached to the stall boards described in #2. No staples or decorations can be attached to the stalls. All window areas are to remain uncovered.

4. All bedding and is to be taken out of the stall and pushed into the aisles by the end of the day on Sunday. The empty stall is expected to be clean when you leave.

Horse Barn Drawing1.

 

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