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Wild Icelandic Horses

June 29th Gaming make up show
Enumclaw Expo Center

Gaming Show Manager: Lori Glasgow and Kari Ward

Each day is $60 for unlimited classes
START TIME IS 8:30am 
 

Secretary: Sheilla Hagedorn

Medals Classes are $15 each
Registration CLOSES June 26th @ 10pm
Patterns released on Thursday before the show @5pm

NOW 2 DIFFERENT WAYS TO SIGN UP AND PAY! CHOOSE ONE

GOOGLE FORM: Pay with Venmo or bring a check the day of the show

EVENTBRITE: If you want to use a debt or credit card, convenience fee applies

Parking Map
GAMING SHOW REGISTRATION
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GAMING SHOW

June 29th

Showmanship Judge: TBA

CLASS LIST 

  1. Showmanship Junior

  2. Showmanship Intermediate

  3. Showmanship Senior

  4. Showmanship Medals

  5. Key 

  6. Poles

  7. Figure 8

  8. 2 Barrel Flags

  9. Intl Flags

  10. Barrels

Showmanship patterns will be live on Thursday prior to the show @5pm

NO STALLS AVAILABLE

  • We will be entering the grounds through gate 6

  • Parking in the South Parking Lot and Camperville

  • Do not enter the grounds with your trailer

  • Tying to your trailer is how we're rolling for this show

REQUIRED TACK AND ATTIRE 

You can find this info in our King County Horse Program Rule book starting on page 38  CLICK HERE  to be taken to the rule book. This is also found on our home page and the Publications ta

GAMING SHOW HIGHPOINT

  • Your best 2 out of the 3 performance shows will go towards your highpoint

  • Series High Points will be awarded at the King County Fair

MEDALS

  • Medals are $15 each (see medals book for info)

  • You must be qualified to run for medals

  • You must be enrolled in 4-H to run for medals

  • Your 2 runs can go towards your medals, there are no additional runs for medals

  • Bronze must be earned before Silver, Silver before Gold, Gold before Supreme

  • If you qualify for medals on your first run, you can run for your Bronze on run 2 if:

    • The time is verified

    • You sign up and pay prior to the run

  • You can not earn 2 medals in the same event at one show

NOVICE

There is no novice in Gaming, novice riders will ride with their age division.

REQUIRED TACK AND ATTIRE 

You can find this info in our King County Horse Program Rule book starting on page 11  CLICK HERE  to be taken to the rule book. This is also found on our home page and the Publications ta

GAMING SHOW HIGHPOINT

  • Your best 2 out of the 3 performance shows will go towards your highpoint

  • Series High Points will be awarded at the King County Fair

MEDALS

  • Medals are $15 each (see medals book for info)

  • You must be qualified to run for medals

  • You must be enrolled in 4-H and qualified to enter medals classes

  • Bronze must be earned before Silver, Silver before Gold, Gold before Supreme

  • You can not earn 2 medals in the same event at one show

  • To enter medals classes select them on your Google Forms or Eventbrite registration. Pay with Venmo, or check.

DIVISIONS

  • Every class is divided by Junior, Intermediate, Senior and Adult

  • Novice compete with their age level in Gaming

BEFORE THE SHOW

  • Be sure to sign up before the deadline.

  • If you don't know what a class is, ask 

  • Cost is $60 for the entire day

  • If your an open rider, be sure to bring the non 4-H release

  • Check out the parking info it's a big facility

  • Individual classes: if you only want to enter a couple or show an additional horse, classes are $15 each

  • Patterns will be posted on this page the Thursday prior to the show at 5pm

AT THE SHOW

  • No stalls available

  • Gates open at 6am

  • Check in at office from 7:00-8:30am

  • Judges meeting at 8:15am, classes will immediately follow

  • EVERYONE wears a helmet when mounted​​

  • Medals attempts must be signed up and paid for PRIOR to attempting the medal.

    • Medals are only available to kids enrolled in King County 4-H​

VOLUNTEERING

All of us are volunteers, we need everyone's help to put on a show

Help with Ring Steward and In Gate are the most important. Both of which are great places to watch your kid. We also may need an announcer and runner. Not sure how to do it? We're here to help. Here is info on jobs:

In Gate/Ribbons  

Ring Steward

Announcer 

Time Keeper

Rakers: we have people rake the dirt during gaming events to keep the ground safe and level

Tidy Team: This is picking up garbage and using a stall fork and wheelbarrow to clean up manure around the arenas.

PARKING

  • Use the South Lot or Camperville to park your trailer

  • Do not drive into the fairgrounds

  • Gate 6 will be open to enter with your horse for your events. 

FACILITY

We are very lucky to be able to use the Expo facility at a very low cost. So we want to make sure we leave things as we found them, or better. Help us to maintain our great relationship with the Expo!

All the garbage picked up

Clean stalls out completely after use

Pick up horse poop in gravel areas

Clean up around your trailer in the parking lot

Gaming Showmanship Patterns

Medals  for all are:     

Showmanship

  • Senior & Adult 

  •  Intermediate

  • Junior 

Patterns
Parking
Volunteering
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