Sunday, August 13th

Breakfast in Pioneer Park

Starting at 7am, come over & grab a hot breakfast to get a jump on your day~only $5 a plate!



Cowboy Church Service


Antique Tractor Drag Race - 10 am
Antique Tractor Drag Race - Middle Park Fair Rodeo

The Antique Tractor Drag Race will pit tractors in a competition to determine the fastest tractors from each decade. This competition is NOT for modified or souped-up tractors. The goal of theevent is to enter tractors that are at or near original engine specifications. The tractors that enterthecompetition will be separated into divisions by decade. No tractoryounger than 21 years may be entered. Prizes awarded to the winner of each decade division.
Special Featured Event ~ Commissioners Challenge Drag Race
The winners of the decade divisions will race to determine an overall winner for the event and that winner will have the opportunity to race Commissioner Merrit Linke in a challenge race for a cash prize.
Superintendent: Merrit Linke and Larry Banman, 970-217-6298
Sponsors: Grand County Board of County Commissioners



Draft Horse Feed Team Race - 11 am

Draft Horse Feed Team Race - Middle Park Fair and RodeoThe Draft Horse Feed Team Race will pit teams of two horses and two people in a timed obstacle course competition. Prizes will be awarded to the top teams. If interested in entering the competition, please contact Christy Horn at (970) 887-3235 or go to Old Time Feed N’ Things at 1155 Little Ho Rd (CR60) in Granby to pick up a registration.
Superintendent: Christy Horn, 970-887-3235 or 970-531-7437
Sponsors: John & Peggy Colburn, Old Time Feed N’ Things, Flintsone Gravel


Sunday Barbecue - 11 am - 1 pm

Pioneer Park next to the Exhibit Hall - $10 per plate, Senior discount available
Superintendent: Robert Nelson, 970-724-9279
Sponsors: Banman Family, Grand County Board of County Commissioners, Town of Kremmling


Anita Thompson’s Memorial Wool Walk 10 am in the grandstandsWalk Your Wool - Middle Park Fair and Rodeo

Resumés are due Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 at 4 pm at the Extension Office. This is an open event and participants do not need to be enrolled in 4-H or FFA. Contestants are encouraged to walk with a fiber bearing animal, (eg. Sheep, alpaca, llama, goat or rabbit), but animals are not required. The object of this event is to present the wool in the most attractive manner; it gives the spectators an opportunity to see wool at its best. Contestants will model outfits and accessories made of at least 50% wool; they do not need to be homemade. Boys and men are encouraged to participate in this event. Please submit your one full page, typed resumé (neatly hand written is acceptable). Include your name, age, description of your outfit, and some information to display your knowledge of wool and fiber animals. Each contestant will be judged on the outfit, resumé, and overall presentation.

Classes
1Adults 18 and up
2Intermediate Ages 13-17
3Junior Ages 8-12
4Minis Ages 7 & Under
Cash Prizes for All Age Divisions