June 7th-9th, 2019

3D Jackpot Barrel Racing & Pole Bending

Saturday at 6:00 pm

By signing the entry form contestant agree not to hold The Brooklyn Fair, Show Committee, Show Staff or Show Volunteers responsible or reliable for any loss or injury to horse, riders, participants, or spectators

No REFUNDS after entry for any reason.

No switching of draw positions. HORSE MUST RUN IN POSITION DRAWN

A contestant will be disqualified for running out of turn or running the wrong horse. It’s the contestant’s responsibility to know their draw position.

Time shall begin and end as the horse crosses the starting line of the electric eye. An electric timer shall be used, with the time indicated by the electric timer to be the official time.

Barrel contestants may go to either to the left or right first, but must make 1 left and 2 right turns or 1 right and 2 left turns.

Pole Bending contestants may start either to the right or to the left of the first pole and then run the remainder of the pattern accordingly.

The pole bending pattern is to be run around six poles. Each pole is to be 21 feet apart, and the first pole is to be at least 21 feet from the starting line.

Contestants will receive a no time/ no payout for knocking over a barrel, pole or breaking the pattern.

We will run Open Barrels Jr. Barrels followed by Open Poles & Jr Poles. Juniors may roll their time from Open to Jr. if noted on your entry form otherwise you will run for each class. If you are sign up as a rollover and knock a over a Pole, Barrel or break the pattern in your open class that will also roll to Jr. class meaning no time/ no money in Jr.

Only one horse may be in the arena during a run. The run begins when the horse crosses the time line.

Reruns shall be granted if the timer fails to work properly, or if there are any other situations that show officials deems may have had a negative impact on a run. Any penalty incurred on the original run shall not be applied against the rerun.

Show officials and or committee have the right to disqualify any uncontrolled horse and/or a rider that may present a danger to themselves or other contestants, Riders may also be disqualified for excessive use of a whip, rope, crop, bat or reins on their horse.

Disrespectful behavior will not be tolerated and can lead to instant disqualification or ban from the show.

If a tie occurs placing will be worked off if all tied exhibitors agree to participate in a run-off, if not, show committee will decide how to break the tie.