2018 ILR-SD JUDGES
Halter Deb Yeagle, OH
Halter Mary Jo Miller, KY
Performance Mike Haumschild, OH
Performance Cathie Kindler, GA
Alpaca Deb Yeagle, OH
Cathie Kindler, GA, Mike Haumschild, OH, TBA
North American Llama Show
Please NOTE: REDUCED HEALTH REQUIREMENTS SINCE 2009 - NO BLOOD TESTING FROM FREE STATES-SEE BELOW-
All animals entering the fairgrounds and/or State of Kentucky need to have a 30 day certificate of veterinarian inspection. As of August, 2009, Permit numbers are only required when an lama is being sold or if you are transporting from a none free state. Your veterinarian can call the Kentucky State Veterinary Office at 502-564-3956. Your veterinarian is also advised to visit the website at http://www/kyagr.com/statevet/ http://www.northamericanllama-alpacashow.com/http:/www/kyagr.com/statevet/index.htm or inquire when calling for a permit number to insure that no changes in requirements have occurred.
Also required is a means of identification.The acceptable ID's are:
1.Microchip (bring your own microchip reader) OR
2.Ear tag OR
3.Picture of each animal - single picture of each animal front and side view in same picture OR
4.Description on the certificate of veterinarian inspection listing the animal's name, sex age and color. (if camelid not microchiped, this would be the most productive and easy way to provide identification)
These requirements apply to camelids coming from Free states. Minnesota, parts of Michigan and parts of New Mexico have additional requirements. Contact the Kentucky State Veterinary Office.
All camelids are checked by the State Veterinary Office upon arrival and will not be allowed to unload if you don't have a 30 day CVI and one of the allowable means of identification stated above if from Free State.
Any llama or alpaca showing signs of any infectious or communicable diseases are not eligible for entry.
State Vet inspection required prior to stalling. Before unloading, please bring health papers to vet table registration.
DO NOT UNLOAD AND STALL YOUR ANIMALS UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN THE STATE VET.
Baymont Inn and Suites
180 Willowbrook Drive
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
Louisville South - Hillview
365 Brenton Way
Hillview, KY 40165
Comfort Inn Shepardsville
191 Brenton Way,
Shepardsville, KY 40165
Arrival Time: 8 am - 9 pm* (please note State Vet inspection required prior to stalling. Before unloading, please bring health papers to vet table registration.
Registration: 9 am - 5 pm
Alpaca color check: 3 - 5 pm (by registration table/show trailer)
5:00 PM Dinner
5:30 PM Exhibitors meeting:(important announcements and gifts/awards)
6:00 PM SALE PREVIEW
7:00 PM Showmanship classesstarting with Sub Jr. Showmanship.
Costume Class and My Favorite Color Class will be held Saturday afternoon following the SALE.
SATURDAY: Show begins 8:00 AM
RING A: Halter Show-starting with Non Breeder then Suri female division and showing Suri and Silky divisions on Saturday.
RING B: Performance. Start with Novice Obstacle Llama & Alpaca Performance. Alpaca performance class runs first followed by the equivalent Llama performance class. i.e. Alpaca Obstacle followed by Llama Obstacle.
**Costume Contest will be held immediately following Sale
**Alpaca Show will be held Saturday at 1:00 PM following Llama halter classes. Alpaca Showmanship starting with Adult Showmanship then Sub. Jr. Showmanship and remainder of Alpaca showmanship classes followed by Alpaca Halter-starting with HUACAYA HALTER-Light Solid Juvenile Female-H 1.
SALE OF CHAMPIONS - 2:00PM
FUTURITY - 6:00 PM
SUNDAY: Show begins 8:00 A.M.
RING A: Halter classes beginning with Light wool females and continuing through Heavy wool.
Best of Show
Best Juvenile, Best Yearling, Best 2 year old and Up
Group classes POD and GOS
Bred and Owned Female
Bred and Owned Male
RING B: Continuation of Performance Classes.
Classes may be combined or deleted as necessary.