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 California Spring Jersey Show 2019
Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, Turlock, CA
April 18, 2019
Judge: Mike Duckett, Wisconsin
 
  
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
MONDAY, APRIL 15, 2019
10:00 a.m.   Cattle can begin arriving on fairgrounds.
TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2019   5:00p.m.   Cattle must be in place.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2019
12:00    All registration papers must be checked.
  2:00    Mandatory All Exhibitor Meeting
  5:30    Showmanship
  6:00    Dinner hosted by Stanislaus Holstein Club and Central Valley Jersey Breeders
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2019
  8:00 a.m.   Heifer Show Starts
10:00 a.m.   Cow Show Starts (approximate)
5:30 p.m.  Dinner
FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2019
Cattle released at conclusion of show
 SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2019
10:00 a.m.  All cattle must vacate the fairgrounds.
 
 
RV PARKING is available on the fairgrounds. RV parking is $35.00 per day and must be paid wth entry fees.
 
SHOW INFORMATION *NEW INFO – PLEASE READ
All entries are due by April 8, 2019. Entry fee per animal is $30.00.  An addition late entry fee of $10.00 per head will be assessed if entries are received after the entry deadline. Premiums will be paid to juniors through 5th place in all individual classes. Open division premiums are as follows:
Grand Champion             $250.00
Reserve Grand Champion          $200.00
Junior, Senior & Intermediate Champions      $150.00
Reserve Junior, Senior & Intermediate Champions   $100.00
Entries must be submitted online
 
REGISTRATION PAPERS
Registration papers MUST accompany animals to the show. Papers must be checked no later than 12:00 noon on Wednesday.  If the paper is not present with the animal, the animal cannot be shown. NO EXCEPTIONS.
 
 
FUTURITY:
Still accepting entries for 2020 & 2021. Contact Kelly at 209-663-3772 or caspringjerseyshow@gmail.com
 
BEDDING: Will NOT be provided or available to purchase.
 
PREMIER BREEDER:
Awarded to the breeder winning the most points, not to exceed five animals in the open division. Points will be awarded to the breeder listed on the registration paper. Individuals with one prefix (family units) will be considered 1 unit on the entry card; all names that share the same prefix must be listed.
 
PREMIER EXHIBITOR:
Awarded to the exhibitor winning the most points, not to exceed five animals in the open division. Exhibitor points will be awarded to the herd unit exhibiting the animals providing the exhibitor has an ownership interest in that animal. In the case of multiple ownership, the exhibitor must show proof of ownership as denoted on the entry card.
  PREMIER POINT SYSTEM  PLACING:
  Heifers 10  9  8  7  6  5  4  3  2  1
  Milking Females 20  18  16  14  12  10  8  6  4  2
 
SHOW RULES:
ALL EXHIBITORS ARE EXPECTED TO ADHERE TO THE JERSEY SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS.
 
ELIGIBILITY
    1. ALL Junior exhibitors must be members of the California Junior Jersey Association in order to exhibit at the State Show. Dues must be paid by check-in day in order to show.  
    2. All animals owned by either junior or senior exhibitors must have an Original Registration Certificate from the Jersey Association, presented to the clerks at entry check - NO EXCEPTIONS. Recovery animals must be at least generation count (4) and possess green papers to be eligible for show. Exhibitors may show animals for which there is a designated class, provided that there is a properly transferred registry certificate and/or properly signed transfer and registry certificate available for transfer by show management. All signed transfers with registry certificates will be collected by the clerks checking in the animals and sent to the Jersey Association immediately following the show – NO EXCEPTIONS  
    3. An exhibitor is further defined as “where a herd is registered in the names of different members of a family, residing on one farm and where the herd is handled as one unit, all entries may be considered as such for the club herd at the State Show, if the class is held.
    4. Only herds that are entered in the State program for the control of TB and Brucellosis in dairy cattle and are not under quarantine by the State Bureau are eligible to participate in the shows. Animals with communicable or contagious diseases or ailments should not be shown.    
    5. Exhibitors are required to wear white trousers when leading animals in the ring.   
    6. The management reserves the final and absolute right to interpret the above rules and regulations, and to arbitrarily settle questions and differences thereto, or otherwise arising out of, or connected with, or incident of the exhibit.   
 
JUNIOR PARTICIPATION
        1. Junior entries must be registered in the junior exhibitor’s name only.  
        2. Juniors and seniors will show together at the Show.  
        3. All juniors are eligible to show, but leadspersons must be at least seven years of age.  
        4. Juniors must show their own animals for showmanship (except Peewee) and that animal must be entered in the show.  
        5. Juniors must be members of the California State Jr. Jersey Association.  
        6. Junior animals must be led by an eligible junior.  
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SUBSTITUTIONS
        1. An exhibitor may make substitutions at the State Show for an animal on a one-for-one basis.  
        2. Substitutions may be made at the exhibitor’s discretion in the group class at the State Show, provided there are no violations of other rules.  
        3. Groups may be formed at the State Show with animals eligible for individual classes, provided there are no violations of other rules.     
GROUP CLASSES
Registration certificates for all animals entered in any group class must be brought into the ring with the animals. Members of each group shown must have first been shown in their respective individual class.
JUNIOR BEST 3 FEMALES: 3 heifers not older than a Senior Yearling and bred by exhibitor. At least two animals must be   owned by the exhibitor.
SENIOR BEST 3 FEMALES - 3 females, any age, all bred by exhibitor with same prefix and at least 1 owned by the exhibitor.
 
RULING COMMITTEE
The Ruling Committee shall consist of five people, at least three of which are exhibitors at the show. This committee will be responsible for all ruling decisions on any written alleged violation on entry procedures brought forth by any exhibitor on a rule that is in question or violation by another exhibitor. If the exhibitor involved with the rule violation is a member of this committee, he/she will step off the committee for this ruling and the other four members of the committee will decide the outcome of the ruling.
 
 
2019 Show Committee
Karen Casale  -  209-606-5066                        Ken Melvold  -  559-906-1714
Dona Casale  -  209-678-7016                         Cathy Sanders - 209-678-2670
      Kelley Riolo -  209-663-3772                          Lourenco  Pires  -  209-226-5482