Horse and Talent Show Rules

Horse Show/Mounted Fashion Contest Rules
A horse show is a mounted fashion contest. Riders wear outfits that match their horse and tack. These outfits can be elegant, themed, humorous, or impressive in any way. Classic equestrian outfits are encouraged.

  • Riders must go on stage only when their name is called by the host. If a rider doesn’t respond promptly, or goes on stage before his name is called, he will be disqualified.
  • Riders will have approximately 20 seconds on stage. Each rider should walk their horse onto the stage, display their outfit, and then exit on the other side.
  • Each rider can exhibit only one horse and outfit. A standard or war steed can be used.
  • Riders can perform emotes to help show off their horse and outfit.
  • After each rider has a turn on the stage, the host will call all riders onto the stage for final judging.
  • Any sort of unsportsmanlike behavior (such as spamming) will result in disqualification and your vote will not count.
  • At the end, each participant and member of the audience can cast one vote for the winner. You can vote for yourself.


Talent Show Rules
In a talent show, a contestant wins by entertaining the crowd and earning their votes. This can be done by playing music, reciting a poem, doing a skit, telling jokes, dancing, performing magic tricks, or anything else that is family-friendly.

  • Sign-up by contacting the host before the show begins. Only a limited number of sign-ups will be accepted, plus alternates.
  • You must only take the stage when your name is called by the host. If you are not ready to take the stage, you will be disqualified and an alternate will be called up instead.
  • You have 3 minutes on stage to perform. If you don’t exit the stage before your time is up, you will be disqualified.
  • You can do any type of family-friendly (PG) performance. Vulgar language and offensive topics are not allowed.
  • If several people perform as a group, they must tell the host ahead of time which of them will receive the prize.
  • Any sort of unsportsmanlike behavior (such as spamming during another person’s act) will result in disqualification and your vote will not count.
  • At the end, each participant and member of the audience can cast one vote for the winner. You can vote for yourself.

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