National Show 2021 Entries June 1 – July 2
The entry form link on this page will be available from June 1 at 8:00 am to July 2, 2021 at 11:59 pm Eastern. In addition to the entry form, you will need to read the National Show Rules and Covid-19 Policy for 2021. A Covid-19 Waiver will also be required at check-in. These forms are available on the Forms page of this website.
The “Blue Ribbon Fair Management” program is being used this year and all entries will be made online only. Early release and camping in the barn must be indicated at time of entry. Once an entry is submitted online, you cannot access it for changes so please make sure your entries are correct before submission. Limit 3 substitutions at check in. On-site registration paper check-in (not vet check) with substitutions must be prior to 4:00 pm on Saturday, July 17. Final registration paper check in closes at 9:00 pm.
Entry Instructions for Blue Ribbon Fair Software
Blue Ribbon Fair Entry Instructions PDF (Updated: 6/4/2021)
Entry Link for National Show 2021
Reading and having access to the Blue Ribbon Fair Entry Instructions PDF while completing entries is essential to successfully entry completion. Instructions are NOT included in the Blue Ribbon Fairy program itself.
Entering as a Youth?
Youth have additional instructions and required forms. Youth can only enter once per class in for the Youth Embedded Show. Youth Forms & Instructions >>
Questions About National Show?
If you have questions about the entry process, the National Show or Covid-19 rules or just general questions about the show, please do not call the ADGA office or the show chairpersons. Please submit your questions through the Contact menu on this page and they will be answered by email.
No National Show Spectators
From the National Show Committee, “Just a reminder to National Show exhibitors, and to help prevent any confusion at the show: per the accepted Covid Rules, Spectators will not be allowed and herds will be limited in the amount of family/extra help they are allowed to bring this year. Only the exhibitors and their designated family members/hired workers will be allowed.
“Exhibitors will not be allowed to bring in additional people beyond what is necessary to care for and show their animals. Necessary is defined as members of the immediate family and/or members showing as a herd unit plus ONE additional person specifically hired to help with the herd per 10 animals entered.
“Immediate family is restricted to only those family members living in the same household (not grandparents or other family members). This will be enforced and violators will be required to leave the premises even if they have not shown. If you have additional questions: Please use the National Show Questions form.”