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July 22, 2013

Madison County Fair schedule

RICHMOND — Madison County Fair & Horse Show

2013 Schedule of events

Paradise Amusements Carnival Rides

Thursday, July 25, through Saturday, Aug. 3, starts at 6 p.m.

Daily admission $10, ages 6 and over, including carnival rides

Ages 5 and under, no rides are free admission

Sunday, July 28, is Veteran’s Appreciation/Family Fun Day, free admission with carnival rides costing $5

*Entry Fee Required

Thursday, July 25

5 p.m. 4-H Exhibit registration, Floral Hall

Friday, July 26

6-8 p.m. 4-H Exhibits, H.R. Floral Hall

7 p.m. *Mud Run

Saturday, July 27

8 a.m. * 4-H Open Youth Dairy Show, Farm Bureau Pavilion

9 a.m. *4-H Open Youth Poultry Show, H.R. Floral Hall

Noon *4-H Open Youth Horse Show, Curry Arena

7 p.m. *Mud Run

3 p.m. KY Remote Control Pullers, Farm Bureau Pavilion

Sunday, July 28

4-H Exhibits, H.R. Floral Hall

10 a.m. *Car Show

1 p.m. Antique Tractor Exhibit, Farm Bureau Pavilion

2 p.m. Gospel Sing, H.R. Floral Hall

5 p.m. Family Fun Night, Embry Curry Arena

5 p.m. *Red Dragon Laser Tag

Monday, July 29

7 p.m. *Pageants (pre-teen, teen and Miss), H.R. Floral Hall

7 p.m. *KOI Truck & ATV Dirt Drags, Main Track

Tuesday, July 30

6 p.m. *Cattle Show, Curry Arena

8 p.m. *Greased Pig  (sign-ups begin at 6 p.m.), Farm Bureau Pavilion

7 p.m. *Pageants (Baby Miss and Mister, Toddler Miss and Mister), H.R. Floral Hall

Wednesday, July 31

6 p.m. *4-H Boer Goat Show, Embry Curry Arena

7 p.m. *Pageants (Tiny Miss and Mister, Little Miss and Mister), H.R. Floral Hall

7 p.m. *Lawnmower Pull, Main Track

Thursday, Aug. 1

7 p.m. *Open halter/trail show, Embry Curry Arena

7 p.m. Antique Tractor Pull, Main Track

8:30 a.m.-Noon Registration for Open Classes & FFA, H.R. Floral Hall

6–9 p.m. Open Class & FFA Displays, H.R. Floral Hall

Friday, Aug. 2

7 p.m. *KTPA Truck & Tractor Pull, Main Track

7 p.m. *Open fun show, Curry Arena

6-9 p.m. Open Class & FFA Displays, H.R. Floral Hall

Saturday, Aug. 3

6-9 p.m.Open Class & FFA Displays,  H.R. Floral Hall

7 p.m. *KTPA Truck & Tractor Pull, Main Track

6 p.m. Magician, H.R. Floral Hall Stage

7 p.m. Ugly Lamp Contest, Floral Hall Stage

Sunday, Aug. 4

2-4 p.m. Pick up Exhibits Open Class & FFA Displays, H.R. Floral Hall


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