Carter County Shrine Club Horse Show

Friday Aug 6 & 7, 2021 7:00 pm
Carter County Shrine Club Show Grounds
155 Samuel L Waggoner Memorial Drive, Olive Hill, KY

Show Manager – Lewis “Louie” Kiser (606) 225-1700
Show Secretary – Pam Harris (606) 316-4550

Stall Reservations – $10 per night & MUST be paid in advance.

Friday Aug 6, 2021 7:00 pm

Class – Class Description
1. Stick Horse (rider 6 yrs. & Under) Trophy & Medallion Entry fee = Free
2. Spotted Saddle Horse Trail Pleasure (western tack & attire)
3. Open All Day Pleasure
4. Specialty Action Device Junior Racking Horse
5. Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Greenup, Lawrence, Lewis, Rowan Counties Open Pleasure Horse
6. Country Pleasure Racking (Western Tack & Attire)
7. Amateur Owned and Trained Trail Pleasure Walking (English or Western Tack & Attire)
8. Ladies Amateur Walking Specialty
9. Juvenile 17 yrs & under Tri-State Pleasure (17 yrs. & under as of 1/1/21, no stallions)
10. Open Country Pleasure Walking (English or Western Tack & Attire)
11. Specialty Action Device Youth Racking Horse (17 & Under as of 1/1/21, no stallions)
12. Park Performance Walking Horse Specialty (pads not to exceed 1” thickness)
13. Men’s Country Pleasure Walking Horse (18 & over as of 1/1/21)
14. Open Amateur Specialty Walking Horse


15. All Day Pleasure (11 yrs & under as of 1/1/21)
16. Plantation Pleasure
17. Specialty Action Device Style Racking Horse Open
18. Show Pleasure Amateur Specialty Walking Horse
19. Open Ladies Trail Pleasure Racking Horse (English Tack & Attire)
20. Juvenile Specialty Walking Horse (17 yrs & under as of 1/1/21, no stallions)
21. Specialty Action Device Open Amateur Racking Horse
22. Open Walking Horse Specialty
23. All Day Pleasure Horse – Men’s & Ladies Casual Tack & Attire
24. Specialty Action Device Ladies Racking Horse
25. Open Trail Pleasure Walking Horse (English or Western Tack & Attire)
26. Amateur 15.2 & Under Walking Horse Specialty

Saturday Aug 7, 2021 7:00 pm

Class Class Description

27. Lead Line (6 yrs and under, no stallions) Not Judged Entry fee = free
28. Youth Trail Pleasure Racking Horse (17 & under as of 1/1/21, English Tack & Attire)
29. All Day Pleasure (17 yrs & under as of 1/1/21)
30. Country Pleasure Racking Horse (Western Tack & Attire)
31. Open Country Pleasure Walking Horse (English or Western Tack & Attire)
32. Novice Amateur Walking Horse Specialty
33. Open Show Pleasure Walking Specialty
34. Juvenile Country Pleasure Walking (17 & under as of 1/1/21)
35. Trail Pleasure Racking Horse (English Tack & Attire)
36. Specialty Action Device Open Racking Horse
37. Three or Four Year Old Open Walking Horse Specialty
38. Plantation Pleasure – Lite Shod
39. Amateur Park Performance Walking Horse Specialty (pads not to exceed 1” thickness)


40. Open Flat Shod Racking Horse
41. Walking Pony Open Specialty
42. Walking Yearling Halter
43. Specialty Action Device Amateur Owned & Trained Racking Horse
44. Amateur Owned & Trained Walking Horse Specialty
45. Open Trail Pleasure Walking (English or Western Tack & Attire)
46. Ladies Country Pleasure Walking (18 & over as of 1/1/21)
47. Open Gaited Mule Pleasure
48. 17 yrs & Under Pleasure Horse Championship (17 yrs & under as of 1/1/21)
49. Specialty Action Device Amateur Racking Horse Championship
50. Open All Day Pleasure Horse Championship
51. Amateur Walking Horse Championship
52. Open Pleasure Horse Championship (English or Western Tack & Attire Max shoe ½” x 1”)
53. Specialty Action Device Open Racking Horse Championship
54. Walking Horse Open Championship (no canter)


ENTRY FEE FOR CLASS 48 – 52 = $50 PAYOUT IS $100, $75, $50, $25, RIBBON

Exhibitors Party Friday Night

Affiliations: Central KY Horse Show Assoc.; Central KY Racking Horse Assoc.; Eastern KY Walking & Racking
Assoc.; KY-HIO; Kentucky Walking Horse Association; Appalachian Walking & Racking Assoc.;

Points show for KWRHTA

The proceeds from this show benefit the Shriners Hospitals for Children and we hope you will find this informative about the Shriners. The Shriner’s Hospitals for Children is a network of 18 orthopedic hospitals, 3 burn hospitals and 1 hospital that provides orthopedic, burn, and spinal cord injury care. Children up to their 18 th birthday receive excellent medical care regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. There are approximately 325,000 Shriners from 193 temples (chapters) in the US, Canada, Mexico, the Philippines, Puerto Rico and the Republic of Panama. The Shrine supported various charities almost from its inception in 1872. In 1920, however, the organization voted to adopt its own official philanthropy, dedicated to providing orthopedic care to children in need, and the first Shriner’s Hospital was built in Shreveport, LA in 1922. The Shrine’s philanthropy eventually expanded to 22 “Centers of excellence”. Children up to age 18 with orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate are eligible for care and receive all services in a family-centered environment. All proceeds from the Carter Co. Shrine Club paper sales and “passing the bucket” at our local events are given to the hospital fund and/or hospital transportation fund.

For more information about referring a child to Shriner’s Hospitals
United States: 1-800-237-5055
Canada: 1-800-361-7526 These are NOT emergency numbers
Web Site : Locally: El Hasa Temple, Ashland KY (606) 928-9529
Under Kentucky Law, a farm animal activity sponsor, or other person, or farm animal professional does not have the duty to eliminate
all risks of participation in farm animal activities. There are inherent risks of injury that you voluntarily accept if you participate in
farm animal activities. Persons of federal disqualification cannot transport horses to the show and can participate only as a spectator.

Proceeds from this show are for the benefit of the Shriners Hospitals for Children.