Online entries can be made between April 1 - May 1.
See below for information and required forms
Online Entry instructions:
All entries must be made by:
Club leader if located in Union County
4-H Agent if located outside of Union County
Log in as a club (club leaders: your password will be your club number, listed on your club roster).
Note: All exhibitors that are currently enrolled in Union Co 4-H are in the database so you can enter your member’s name (as it is listed on your roster), then password of “1" for exhibitor registration. Their name will appear in the database exactly like it is on your club rosters. Please check to make sure spelling and address are correct. Make changes at this time if needed. If they are not in the database you must call the office because that means they are not currently enrolled member.
More detailed instructions are available on the entry website before you log in.
Remember to complete the stalling requests at the end of your entries. Having the correct stalling needs is very important. Be sure to go to the stalling division to request stalls by species class (i.e. 4-H breeding beef) then complete the description box with specific numbers (i.e. 3 stalls for 1 cow/calf pair and 2 heifers). This stalling summary MUST be completed for each class and species. A limited supply of shavings will be available for stalls. We are asking everyone to be a good neighbor and share accordingly.
When entries are completed, print a receipt for your records.
Mail or drop off a copy of the receipt with the exhibitor entry fee & penning fee ($10 per 4-H exhibitor) to the Extension Office by May 1st. Make checks payable to Union County 4-H Association.
Fill in the entry form with exhibitor names, class numbers, and indicate stall preferences.
Mail or drop off completed forms with Exhibitor fees to:
OSU Extension, Union County
10507 N. McAlister Road, Rm 9
La Grande, OR 97850
Dressage tests changed as of 12/1/2018 and will be valid through 11/30/2022. For state eligibility, use Training Level and First Level tests. Remember, if you have a rider who is riding at a higher level, we may be able to accommodate them at state fair, depending on who the judge is. Also remember, these test are copyrighted and should be used only as outlined on the USDF website.