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Bill Taylor, Sr. Memorial Fun Horse Show
Saturday, June 8 • 6 p.m. CDT
American Legion Park

1. Stick Horse Race (6yrs old & under) (FREE)

2. Lead Line (FREE)

3. Open Miniature Halter

4. Ladies Country Pleasure

5. Youth Country Pleasure (12 & under)

6. 2-Year-Old Walking Horse

7. Green County Pleasure "In Memory of Bill Lile" 

8. Spotted Saddle Horse

9. Ladies Trail Pleasure

10. Pleasure Mule

11. Yearling Halter

12. 3-Year-Old Walking Horse

13. Senior Ladies Trail Pleasure-50+

14. Miniature Mature Mares

15. Open Shod Style Racking

16. Senior Men's Trail Pleasure-50+

17. Miniature Mature Stallions & Geldings

18. Pony Pleasure

*** 15 Minute Intermission

Gold Rush for children 10 and under

19. Youth Country Pleasure - 13-18 years

20. Open Trail-any Type Trail Horse

21. Youth Trail Pleasure Racking

22. Open Miniature Driving

23. Specialty Walking Open

24. Men's Country Pleasure

25. Show Pleasure Walking

26. Open Western Pleasure

27. Speed Pacing-3 years & under

28. Men's Trail Pleasure

29. Plantation Pleasure

30. Trail Pleasure Racking

31. Speed Pacing Open

32. 3- & 4-Year-Old Speed Racking

33. Flat Shod Style Racking

34. Country Pleasure Championship

35. Speed Racking Open

36. Racking Horse Championship

37. Walking Horse Championship

$5.00 entry fee for all classes except Championship classes ($15.00).

 

Negative Coggins required. Ribbons will be awarded in all classes. Judge’s decisions are final.

Payback will be $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00.

Payback for Championship classes will be $15.00, $10.00 and $5.00.

 

Not Responsible for theft or accidents. Management retains the right to refuse participation in any class. Classes may be added as needed/requested.

 

Food Concessions Available on Grounds.

$5.00 Gate Admission

For more information contact

Beth Odle (270) 590-0855 or

Bill Taylor, Jr. (270) 932-1052.

In Loving Memory of William F. "Bill" Taylor, Sr.

William F "Bill" Taylor, Sr.

Sept. 17, 1931 - Jan. 13, 2016

William Franklin “Bill” Taylor, Sr.  passed away January 13, 2016 at the age of 84.  
 
In addition to serving the Green County Fair since 1955, Bill, as known to most, was elected as Mayor of Greensburg in 1977,  serving 3 terms. Bill also served as a City Council member for 11 terms. He was  a veteran of the Korean War, was American Legion State Commander 1967-68.
 
Bill served as presentation chairman at the World’s Championship Horse Show held during the Kentucky State Fair for 32 years.  He was a member of the Kentucky Association of Fairs and Horse Shows since 1973.  Where he served as secretary and treasurer. He earned the distinction of Secretary Emeritus of the Kentucky Association of Fair and Horse Shows. He dedicated his adult life to working with the Green County Fair and Horse Show since becoming a member in 1955 and serving as treasurer for many years, until he passed away.  He took great pride in presenting the winners of the horse show their winnings.  He was always a big supporter of events that would bring big smiles to the faces of the children in the communities. 

Bill served as a great mentor, not only for the members of the fair board, but also many people in the community and across the state.  

Bill has touched many lives in Green County and in the surrounding  communities all across the state of Kentucky.  Bill will forever be a part of the Green County Fair and Horse Show, and we will strive to make him proud.

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