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Kanabec County Fair

Truck - Tractor Pull




NEW FOR THE 2017 FAIR
NTPA/UPM  
TRACTOR AND PICKUP PULL
Sunday at 3 pm


2017 Kanabec Fair Tractor Pull
$30.00 entry Fee     $15.00  Pit Pass
Registration Sunday July 30th
Classes:
11000 Farm Stock
12000 Hot Farm  2.8 Turbo
7000 Open
9500 Open
10000 Hobby Stock
16500 Farm Stock


Click here for NTPA Poster



Midway

Carnival Armband Periods

Thursday   All day
Friday 1 – 5 pm 
Friday 6-10pm
Saturday 12 – 4 pm
Sunday 12 – 4 pm

Fair Events Schedule

Is there something that you would like to see added to next years fair?   Please see a Kanabec County Fair Board Member to see how it can be accomplished.     Our most popular events have started out that way.



Come and see the best of Kanabec County 
Schedule is being updated and revised  Check back for the up to date events and times

2017  Schedule
Did you have fun at the 2017 Fair

    Please Note CornHole Tournament is on Saturday registration 9am   on SATURDAY
    Thank you to all who helped with and attended the WSCA horse show on the 15th    
         
     Tuesday July 25    
     4-H  Non-Livestock Projects judged 2-7pm 4-H Building
    4-H Demos&Performing 2-7 pm 4-H Building
     4-H Livestock Interviews  4-7  
         
    WEDNESDAY,      
    Commercial Building Setup 10am-9pm Commercial  Building
    Open Class Entries; non-animal 3-7 pm Open Class Bldg
    4-H Livestock-except dairy& Horse- must  check in 4-7:30 pm  
    Beef, Sheep, Poultry, Rabbits, Goats & Swine Weigh-in 4-7:30 pm Barn Areas
     4-H horse check in  6-8 pm  Barn Areas
         
    THURSDAY
   
    4-H Horse Check in 7-8 am Barn Area
    4-H  Dairy Check in 8-10 am Barn Area
    4-H Rabbit and Poultry Orientation 8 am Rabbit Barn
    Open Class Livestock Entries 8:30 am -12 pm Civic Center by Fair Office
    Open Class Non Livestock Judging 9 a.m Open Class Building
    4-H Horse Show 9 am Horse Arena
    4-H &Open Class Meat&Dairy Goat Show 9 am Covered Show Ring
    Open Class Exhibit Buildings Open 10am-10pm  Open Class Building
    Commercial Building & Booktown Open 10am-10pm Commercial Building& CivicCenter
    Kids Day Events   Lions Park and Civic Center
    SuperHero Race 10 am Fair Main Street
    4-H Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goat Orientation 10 am Sheep Annex
    TaeKwon Demonstration by Evolution TaeKwonDo Martial Arts 12:00 am Civic Center
    Registration for Kids Pedal Pull 12:30 Civic Center
     Carnival Arm Bands  1 pm-close Carnival
    Kids Tractor Pedal Pull.(Supported by Farm Bureau) 1pm Civic Center
    Sheep Show  Cloverbuds/ 4-H/ Open 1 :30 pm Covered Show Ring
    4-H Dairy Project Interviews 2pm Lion's Park
    4-H & Open Class Poultry Show 3:00 Poultry Barn
    4-H Dairy Orientation 3:30 pm Dairy Barn
    4-H Beef Show 5:00 pm Covered Show Ring
    Carnival Armband Rides 1pm-close Carnival
    RedNeck Beater Races  7:00 pm  Grandstand
    Music by  "The Groove"  7-11 pm Beer Garden
     Commercial and Open Class Exhibit Building Close  10pm  
    FRIDAY

 

 

    Commercial Building-- BookTown-- Open Class Exhibits Open   10am-10pm Commercial Building--Civic Center--Open Class Building
    Robotic Demonstration 10 am Civic Center
   
4-H  ,Cloverbud, & Open class  Swine  Show
8 am Covered Show Ring
    4-H & Open Class Rabbit Show 8 am Barn
    4-H Dairy Show 11 am Covered show Ring
    4-H & Cloverbud Dairy Show 11 am Covered Show Ring
    Carnival Armband Rides 1-5pm Carnival
    Senior Essay Contest Winners 1 pm Civic Center
    Senior Joke Telling contest judged by the Slakeiu's.   Watermelon and Coffee  courtesy of 7 County Federation and One More Time Stores After Essay Readings  Civic Center
    4-H Beef Show 2 pm Covered Show Ring
    Cloverbud  Beef Show 2:00pm CoveredShow Ring
    Autographs from Hill In the Hole drivers 5pm-6:30pm Grandstand
    Carnival Armband Rides 6:00-10:00pm Carnival
    4-H Auction Registration Due 6 pm 4-H Office-Fairgrounds
    Hill In the Hole Mud Races 7:00 Grandstand
    Ag Olympics      supported by 4-H & Farm Bureau 7:00pm Livestock Arena
     Cambridge Corners-Square Dance
 7pm  Civic Center
     4-H Auction Committee Meeting 7:00 pm Lions Park
    Music by "Bad Jack"  8-12pm Beer Garden
         
    SATURDAY    
         
    Commercial Building --Open Class Exhibits &Booktown Open 10am-10pm Commercial Building--Open Class Building--Civic Center
    Pine Derby Races – Boy Scouts-Registration 8:00  - 10:30 AM Civic Center
    4-H Pet  & Cat Show 9am 4-H Bldg
    Corn Hole tournament Registration 9am Beer Garden Area
    Pie and Cake Tasting  entries 9-11am Civic Center
    Commercial and Open Class Exhibit Buildings Open 10am  
    Open Class Beef Show                           
 in at 9 Released at 2
 10 am Covered Show Ring
    Pine Derby Races-Boy Scouts 11 am Civic Center
    Pie and Cake Tasting Judging 11 am Civic Center
    Carnival Armband times 12-4pm Carnival
    4-H Livestock Auction Buyers BBQ Sampler 1:30pm Covered Show Ring
    Pie And Cake Tasting Peoples Choice 2:00 Civic Center
    Nashville Recording Artist Tim Hadler with Kanabec County's Own Catrina Campbell 2:00-4:30pm Civic Center
    Kanabec County Century Farm Award Before Auction Covered Show Ring
    4-H Livestock Auction 2:00 pm Covered Show Ring
    Parade 4;30 pm Union Street
    4-H Alumni Reunion after Parade 4-H Building
    Nashville Recording Artist Tim Hadler with Kanabec County's Own
Catrina Campbell
7:30-10:00pm Civic Center
    Freestyle Mud Truck Event 7:00 pm Grandstand
    Music by "Dirt Road Dixie"  8-12 pm Beer Garden

 

 Sunday    
Church Service -"Trio Community Church"   10 am Civic Center
Commercial Building --Open Class Exhibits & Booktown Open 11am-6pm Commercial Building--Open Class--Civic Center
4-H Costume Class 9am Covered Show Ring
Draft& Driving Horse Show 9am Horse Arena
BBQ Contest Judging 1 pm Beer Garden Area
Open Class Dairy Show 11:30am Covered Dairy Show Ring
Carnival Armband Rides 12-4pm Carnival
NTPA UPA Pull 3 pm Grandstand
4-H Round Robin Showmanship 3pm Covered Show Ring

Amateur Talent Contest

3pm

Civic Center

4-H Champion Pictures, non-livestock 5pm 4-H Building
4-H Herdsmanship Champion Pizza Party 5pm Lions Park
Animal Exhibits Released 6pm  
4-H Exhibits Released 6pm  
Exhibits Released 6pm Open class Building
Open Class Premium Check Distributed 6pm Open Class Building
Commercial  Exhibits Released 6pm  
     
Monday July 31    
Fair Clean Up--Everyone is Welcome 8 am Fairgrounds
4-H State Fair Registration  Non Livestock 5 pm 4-H Building on Fairgrounds
4-H State Fair Registration  Livestock 5;30 pm 4-H Building on Fairgrounds
     
Tuesday August 1    
Carcass Contest 3 pm K&R Meats
     
Thursday August 17    
4-H Mandatory State Fair Meeting  General Encampment 5 pm 4-H Building on Fairgrounds
4-H Mandatory State Fair Meeting  Liovestock Encampment 6 pm 4-H Building on Fairgrounds

 


ON GROUND PARKING FEES:

Parking Fees are charged  11am to 9pm each day of the fair

Parking Pass.................................... $6.00.......... All Days( available at the gate or fair office)
Parking ........................................ $2.00............................................................... Daily

 



Each of the food stands in the Food Court support a local non profit group  or the Kanabec County Fair

If you have an idea for an event to be included in a future fair Please contact a member of the Ag Society Board of Directors

 

 

                             


 

 

Talent Contest

Kanabec County's got Talent and We
Want To See It!!!!
The Winners of this traditional part of the Kanabec County Fair  earn a trip to compete at the Minnesota State Fair
Singers * Dancers * Performers of All Kinds

Enter the Kanabec County Fair Amateur Talent Contest for a chance to win
cash prizes and perform at the Minnesota State Fair.
The Contest is July 30, 2017 at 3 pm.
At the Kanabec County Fair in the Civic Center.
It is always a fun afternoon with lots of talented people
participating.

There are 3 divisions: Preteen - ages 12 and Under
  Teen - ages 13 - 18
  Open - All ages

Come and show your talent to the community and be the next

Kanabec County Talent Contest

2017 KANABEC COUNTY FAIR TALENT SHOW REGISTRATION FORM
Division: ________ ____________________________
Name of Contestant or Group:___ _________________
Age(s): __________________ Phone: ________________
Mailing Address: _________________________________
________________________________
Type: of Talent: __________________________________
How would you like the MC to announce you or your group;
Equipment Needed:
* All registrations Must be received no later than July 26, 2017
* All contestants must be amateur status.
* Any question? Call Lou Morgan at (320) 679-5927.
* Send this registration to:
Talent Contest, c/o Lou Morgan
2363 250th Ave.
Brook Park, MN 55007



Click Here for a set of Printable Rules and Registration Form

Parade

Kanabec County Fair Parade 2017!!   


 

Parade to be held Saturday July29th  4:30pm


Click Here for Printable Registration 
and Participant Information

 

Kanabec County Fair Parade 2017 - Saturday July 29th, 2017

registration form

Name: ___________________________________________________

Address: _________________________________________________

City: ___________________________ State: _____
Zip: __________

Phone Number: _________________________________

Email: ___________________________________________________

Type of Units:

check one or more if needed:

Car: ______ Truck: _____ Semi: _____ Pulled wagon: ______

Walking group: _____ Horse Unit: _____ Music: ______

Other Please Describe: ___________________________

Venders selling items during the parade must complete an ST-19

Certificate of Operation from the MN Revenue

Food Venders must also provide copy of liability insurance

and current Health Certificate

Submit a donation of $50

 

Last day of registration will be Friday July 21st, 2017

Send Form to Kanabec Fair Parade Coordinator

Mary Besser

1467 160th Ave

Ogilvie, MN 56358

Phone: 612-328-6385

 






Click Here for Printable Registration and Participant Information


2017 Kanabec County Fair Parade

**************Welcome as a Parade Participant***************

The Kanabec County Parade will be on Saturday July 29th, 2017. If you are unable to make it, please contact me prior to this date so we may cancel your spot in the line-up.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and support!

 Please remember when lining up, you are doing so in a residential area. Do no block driveway’s, do not park on lawns and keep the area free of trash, etc.

 Please make sure to keep up with the parade pace. Large gap between units is not acceptable

 You will be notified of you position in the parade by mail on earlier than July 1st. Parade line-up will also be posted on the website under the “Parade” button.

 All candy must be thrown on to the sidewalks away from the street and your unit. We want the kids to stay safe & off the street.

 ******No water/squirt guns******

 All animal units must provide clean-up units or will not be allowed to participate in the parade

Lining up starts at 2pm

 Mail to:
Kanabec Fair Parade Coordinator
Mary Besser
1467 160th Avenue
Ogilvie,  MN  56358 
Phone:612-328-6385

The Kanabec County Agricultural Society is NOT responsible for any accidents on the parade route.




Officers and Directors

Kanabec County Agriculture Society Board of Directors

  •    Jason Mann- President
  •    Mary Besser- Vice President
  •    John Angstman- Secretary
  •    Kathi Ellis-Treasurer
  •    Rick Martens-Treasurer 
  •  
  • Marie Angstman
  • Ted Beckrich
  • Bill Cheney
  •  Julie Johnson
  •  Mona Kastenbauer
  • Janet Martens
  • Renee Ritler
  • Chuck Sheely
  • Greg
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Superintendents  
Dairy Dan Lilienthal  320-679-2121
Jed Lilienthal   320-679-2121
Zeb Johnson
Beef Stacie Gardner 320-679-4742
Mindy Stone
Brandon McGaw
Light Horse Crystal Sundermeyer
Draft Horse Rick Martens 320-679-5485
Sheep Ginny Anderson 320-679-8391
Goat Renee Coleman
Swine Tim Anderson  320-679-5460
Rabbit Jennifer Yates 763-552-0239
Poultry Jennifer Yates  763-552-0239
Open Class Building Julie Johnson, Jamie, Jennifer
Parade Mary Besser  320-272-0015
Commercial Building & Civic Center John Angstman 320-679-1546
Grandstand Events Matt Pfankuch 612-490-5696
Mary Besser  612-328-6385
Jason Mann 612-490-8045
Ted Beckrich 320-679-9726

Open Class Entry Form and Classes

Open Class projects and premium checks can be picked up in Open Class building on Sunday, July 29th from 6PM - 8PM.

Contest Rules and Regulations and Info

Find Premium books at local area businesses.

Mora
Neighborhood National Bank - Main Office

Kanabec Publications
4H Office

Braham
Park Café

Braham Hardware & Rental
Frandsen Bank & Trust


For Open Class exhibits/ pre-registration - email Julie Johnson   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 


Open Class Registration

Open Class Regulations

Division A through H - Livestock

Division I - Grains and Seeds

Division J - Horticulture

Division K - Garden Vegetables

Division L - Plants and Flowers

Division M - Domestic and Fancy Work

Division N - Fine and Applied Art and Handicrafts

Division O - Pantry Stores and Cooking

Division P - Senior Citizen

Online Entry Form
Printable Entry Form

Open Class exhibits/ pre-registration Julie Johnson email forms or questions to:   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us

Kanabec County Fair

Physical address

South Union St.

Mora MN. 55051

Phone 320-679-3371

Phone is hooked up after July 25

Mailing Address

Kanabec County Fair

John Angstman-Secretary

2775 215th Ave

Mora MN. 55051

Phone 320-679-1546

E-mail  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Open Class exhibits/ pre-registration- Julie Johnson email   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or
Jennifer Lundin email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Parade-: Coordinator---Mary Besser-- Phone: 612-328-6385     address: 1467 160th Ave,  Ogilvie,  MN, 56358  

Pine Derby Races--
Troy Erickson 651-775-9465

RedNeck Races-  Ted Beckwith 612-282-4723

Talent Show
: Coordinator--LuAnn -  Phone: 320-679-5927

Tractor Pull- Mary Besser  612-328-6385

Truck Pull
 - Jason  email   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Phone: 612-490-8045 

WSCA Horse Show- July 15- Julie Johnson 320-515-1732   

 

Rods and Rust Car Show & Swap Meet     Bill Cheney


Grandstand Events

 
   2017 Fair Grandstand Schedule

Grandstand Ticket Prices $10.00 for Adults  
  $5.00 for children 12 and under
    
     
RedNeck BeaterCross Race
 7:00   Thursday
Music   in the Beer Garden "The Groove" 7:00                      Thursday
Hill in A Hole Mud Racing  7:00    Friday

Autographs from the Hill in the Hole Drivers

 5:00-6:30    Friday
"Bad Jack" in the Beer Garden 8PM   Friday
"Dirt Road Dixie" in the Beer Garden 8PM   Saturday
Kanabec County Fair Parade--Union Street 4:30   Saturday
Mud Truck Freestyle  7PM    Saturday
NTPA -UPM Tractor/Truck  Pull  3 PM
   Sunday
 
Price of Event: Adults $10.00/Children 12 and Under  $5.00

Civic Center and Special Events


2017 Schedule

  
Free Admission to all Civic Center Events

Book town Mora: Thursday to Sunday
(50%off suggested retail price)

 Mora High School Robostangs  will be demonstrating and answering questions
about the Robots they have build and how to join
   Armband Ride Times-Carnival area-              
  (1 armband unlimited rides 1 time period) 
   Thursday 1-close,  
Friday 1-5 pm,  Friday 6-10pm 
Saturday 12-4pm  Sunday12-4pm
Kids Day Events--Lions Park, Fair Main Street, Civic Center Thursday beginning at 10am
Tractor Pedal Pull Registration Thursday 12:30 pm
Tractor Pedal Pull (Supported by Farm Bureau)
all ages will be able to participate
$3.00 for those 13 and over
Thursday  1:00 PM
 Mora High School Robostangs         Demonstrations  

Music by the Beer Garden- "The Groove"
Thursday   7 PM
Senior Essay Contest Winners Friday 1 PM
Joke Telling contest judged by the Slakieus
Watermelon and Coffee by 7 County Senior Federation
and One More time Stores
Friday after Senior Essays
Music by the Beer Garden  "Bad Jack" Friday 9-12PM
Square Dancing in the Civic Center by the Cambridge Corners
Friday 7pm-9pm
Peoples Choice--You be the Judge--Pie and Cake Tasting Saturday 2PM
 Pine Derby Race Registration  Saturday 9:30 AM
Pie and Cake Tasting Entries Taken in Civic Center Saturday  9AM -11AM
CornHole Tournament by Beer Garden Saturday    9am Registration
Pine Derby races – Boy Scouts Saturday 11:00 AM
Pie and Cake Tasting Judging Civic Center Saturday 11 AM
 Recording Artists Tim Hadler & Catrina Campbell
  in the Civic Center
 Saturday 2:00 PM -4:30pm
Recording Artists Tim Hadler & Catrina Campbell
in the Civic Center
Saturday 7:30pm-10:00pm
Music in the Beer Garden  "Dirt Road Dixie" Saturday  8 PM
 Church Service By Trio Community Church  Sunday 10 AM
Talent Contest Sunday 3 PM
Winners of the Where's John Contest announced After Talent Show






Let us know if you have some ideas--Contact any fair board member--we are always looking for ways to highlight local performers.

Draft Horse Show

Sunday  9:00 am  Draft Horse Show

Light Driving Horses & Ponies--Driving Classes

 

 Classes are Division H in the Open Class Premium Book
All Horses must have a negative Coggins Test

 

 

DIVISION - H

HORSES

A negative Coggins test is required, you MUST show original test and have a copy of test when you register. Copy will be attached to registration. We reserve the right to consolidate lots. Horses used in light driving will not be used in draft horse hitch class.

CLASS 1 – DRAFT HORSE HITCH CLASS

1. Ladies Cart Class

2. Men’s Cart Class

3. Team Class

4. Junior Driver, age 10-17

5. Fun Class

1st 2nd 3rd

$30.00 $20.00 $10.00

6. Unicorn

1st 2nd 3rd

$40.00 $30.00 $20.00

7. Four Horse Hitch

1st 2nd 3rd

$60.00 $40.00 $30.00

8. Six Horse Hitch

1st 2nd 3rd

$70.00 $50.00 $40.00

CLASS 2 – DRAFT HORSE HALTER

Lot No.

1. Gelding All Ages

2. Stallion 3 years and older

3. Stallion 1 and 2 year olds

4. Stallion colt born after January 1st of current year

5. Champion of the above groups

6. Mare 1-year-old

7. Mare 2 year olds

8. Mare 3 year olds

9. Mare 4 years and older

10. Filly born after January 1st of current year

11. Broodmare and Suckling Foal

12. Champion of above groups

1st 2nd 3rd

$20.00 $10.00 $5.00

CLASS 3 – LIGHT HORSE – DRIVING

Lot No.

1. Junior Driver, age 10 – 17

2. Men’s Cart

3. Ladies Cart

4. Mini Pleasure

5. Pony Pleasure

6. Open Obstacle

1st 2nd 3rd

$12.00 $9.00 $7.00

GRAND CHAMPION & RESERVED GRAND CHAMPION RIBBONS




 

 

 

 

 

 

Friends of the Kanabec County Fair

Kanabec County Fair would like to Thank all those who help us out in So many ways.

The list Includes: 
Amanda Voigt
CBX
Gold Metal
Betty Crocker

A1 Excavating
Ace Hardware
Arnolds Equipment
ASAP Towing
Atchinson Trucking
Barnick Agency
Besser Farms-Mora
Blum Sand and Gravel
Boones Fine Guns
Brook Park Fire Department
Chris Stafford
Citizens National Bank-Mora
City of Mora
Cory Stanchfield-Mora
Country Care Equine Veterinary Services--Dr. Jennifer Almer-Mora
Country Construction-Mora
Crystal Bar
Danny Tramm
Dick Stafford Trucking
East Central Dairy Supply
East Central Electric
East Central Family Education-Mora
East Central Regional Library-Mora Branch
East Central Square Dancers
FirstLight HealthCare systems
Freedom
Gene Carda Construction-Mora
Grace Lutheran Church
Spire Credit Union
Heartland Truck Pullers
Hinckley Flames Snowmobile Club
Hohns Auto Body
Hopkins Sand and Gravel
Howies Mud Bog
J&J Recycling-Mora
Johnsons Hardware
John Carlson Auctioneering
Kanabec County
Kanabec County 4-H and all its members and leaders
Kanabec County Sheriffs Reserve
Kanabec-Isanti Farm Bureau
Larson Implement-Cambridge
Les Stromberg Auctioneering
Master Gardners
Members of the Mora Lions Club
Mora Advertiser
Mora Auto Service
Mora Chevrolet & Buick
Mora Civic Center
Mora Education Association-Booktown-Mora
Mora Fire Department
Mora Masonic Lodge
Mora Motorworks-Mora
Mudfest
NAPA Auto Parts
Northland Process Piping
Northern Light Cloggers
Ogilvie Fire Department
Paul Strunge Auctioneering
Peoples National Bank-Mora
Petro Development
Pink Diamond Bar
Quality Disposal
Redstone Construction
Rubbs Auto Sales
Sherman Lumber
SpringBrook Golf course
Stafford Trucking-Mora
Stegeman Construction-Mora
Strandlund Refrigeration
Stenstrom's Self Serve
Sunrise Construction-Mora
Tinker and Larson
Thomas Sno Sports
Town and Country Garden Club-Mora
Unclaimed Freight
Vanderpol Trucking
Victory Lanes
Whited Plumbing-Brook Park
Zaudtkes Electric-Mora
5-Star Auto

Comfort Township
Whited Township
Knife Lake Township
Arthur Township
Southfork  Township
GrassLake Township
Brunswick Township
Pomroy Township




And Especially all of you who see a need and   do what needs to be done so that the fair can be the best it can be, 

Rods and Rust Car Show & Swap Meet

7th Annual  Rods and Rust Car Show
at the Kanabec County Fairgrounds

August 11 ,  2018
Proceeds go to Kanabec County Ag Society

 

For More information contact  Marie 320-679-1546
   

KANABEC CO. AG SOCIETY’S 6th ANNUAL FUNDRAISER
Rods and RustCar show & swap meet
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO SUPPORTTHE KANABEC COUNTY FAIR


Kanabec Fairgrounds Mora, MN
       

Rods and Rust  Car Show and Swap Meet




       

TROPHIES,  DOOR PRIZES,

Contests,  Events for All Ages

WSCA Show


NEW FOR 2017    
 The WSCA Show will be held July 15, 2017     8am


 2017 Showbill

 

KANABEC COUNTY FAIR

 W.S.C.A. HORSE SHOW

 MORA, MN

 Kanabec County Fairgrounds

 

SATURDAY JULY 15, 2017 

 

(office opens @ 7 a.m.)

 

Redneck Races

2017 Kanabec County Fair Redneck Race 

Thursday July 27, 2017

      
Click Here for a Printable copy of the Rules

 

 

• payouts for first and second (not all classes)

 

● $25 Registration Fee includes Driver

 

•Pit passes for all others will be $20

 

RACE Classes

 

1. Compact #1-4 cylinder, front wheel drive, single overhead earn. No

 

DOHC, no turbos, no superchargers.

 

2. Compact #2-4 & 6 cylinder stock, front wheel drive. OEM-equipped

 

turbos, superchargers allowed. Must be OEM stock engine.

 

3. Truck #1--4 & 6 cylinder light trucks, rear wheel drive only. 4WD trucks

 

allowed, front drive axle must be disconnected.

 

4. Truck #2 - - 1/2 ton pickup trucks,and fullsize vans rear wheel drive (or 4 wheel drive must

 

be disconnected from front wheels) .. V8's acceptable.

 

5. Minivan - 4 ,Cylinder Qr 6 cylinder, front wheel or rear wheel drive,

 

must be stock engine.

 

6. Powder Puff [Girls can drive any vehicle priorly raced] non payout

 

7. UTV –Open Class non payout

 

Safety Information and Requirements

 

Age Limit of 16 years of age

 

All vehicles must pass a pre-race safety inspection

 

Full Face Helmet or Helmet and goggles must be worn at all times when on the race track

 

Seat Belts and Shoulder straps must be worn on the track at all times

 

Only authorized personnel will be allowed on the track

 

Antifreeze must be environmental Friendly

 

Drivers must remain in dead car unless instructed to exit by an official or safety personal

 

Any Unsportsmanlike conduct by driver or pit crew will result in immediate disqualification from event with

 

no refunds and possible removal from the fairgrounds

 

No hitting in the driver's door

 

Remove all glass

 

All Vehicles must have a fire extinguisher

 

Consumption of drugs or alcohol by any driver is prohibited. Kanabec County fair officials reserve the

 

right to disqualify any drivers at any time if alcohol or drug use is expected.

 

Any Violation of the rules will result in disqualification from the event

 

Contest is governed by the judges, with all judges decisions final. Judges have the right to stop and

 

disqualify participants at any time. Judges may examine any part of entered vehicle or driver. If disqualified

 

your entry fee will not be refunded.

 

Kanabec Co Fair Redneck Races July 27,2017

 

MECHANICAL RULES & REQUIREMENTS FOR VEHICLES

 

RADIATORS, GAS TANKS & BATTERIES

 

It is permissible to relocate the radiator to the rear of the vehicle.

 

The radiator must be mounted in a rigid manner so there is no risk of it bouncing loose or becoming

 

disconnected.

 

It is permissible to disconnect and remove the stock fuel tanks and

 

utilize an alternative fuel cell. Fuel cells must also be mounted with safety in mind,

 

featuring rigid, secure mounting systems.

 

All electrical wiring must be routed away

 

from the cell to avoid any potential combustion issues.

 

Front radiator and oil pan shielding allowed

 

Gas tank and fuel systems left in original position, or safely relocated

 

Battery tied down and Covered

 

SUSPENSION & 4-WHEEL DRIVE

 

Stock suspension (OEM or Aftermarket suspensions are okay, no performance shocks,

 

no changing geometry or mounting locations, okay to reinforce suspension and shock

 

mounting must remain stock)

 

Four Wheel Drive Trucks-Front shaft must be removed.

 

Four wheel drive cars-rear shaft must be removed

 

TIRES & MUD FLAPS

 

NEW any street legal or DOT approved tire. Air only implements. Beads on tires

 

may be screwed to rims. No split rims.

 

All Vehicles must have properly secured and sized mud flap

 

BUMPERS & AIR BAGS

 

Similar to stock bumpers only, no sharp edges or over built bumpers

 

. Air. bags must be removed

 

DOORS

 

Doors have to remain shut at all times.

 

Doors must be chained.

 

Door bars are allowed

 

OTHER VEHICLE RULES

 

Tow point on front and back of vehicle

 

Access point to the hood, we must be able to get under the hood in case of engine fire

 

Vehicle number must be clear and legible on both sides of vehicle. A vertical number

 

must also be attached to the roof and legible from both sides.

 

All loose items, garbage, etc. must be removed from inside the car prior to arrival at the

 

track

 

Kanabec Co Fair Redneck Races July 27,2017

 

We strongly encourage a full roll cage with halo or a have a 4 point roll cage

 

that is welded or bolted to be fastened securely ,it must be made from at least a 1-1/4 inch diameter and .095'

 

thickness. The cage must be inside the car within two inches of the roof. and truck and minivan cages must exceed

 

4 inches

 

above the roof line (We strongly encourage the use of 1 ½ inch OD tubing by 11 Gauge wall ERW STEEL TUBE

 

Vehicle inspections are performed. Vehicles will be inspected after pulling through the gate to the inspection area. If a

 

vehicle fails inspection, the driver will have the opportunity to correct the problem and will be allowed to be re-inspected.

 

NO vehicles may be removed from the trailer without passing inspection. Once a vehicle passes inspection it will be given a

 

visible indication that it has passed and be allowed to be unloaded.

 

After inspection the driver must complete the registration form. At that time the driver will also choose a

 

washer containing a number. This number is used to determine the first heats gate pick. Second heat

 

pole positions will automatically be the opposite of the first heat, allowing all racers to have a front row

 

start in one heat. A limited number of vehicles will be allowed to race in each class and this will be

 

determined by the Race Officials based on the number of total vehicles registered in all classes.

 

Driver will be allowed two laps, as a practice session. This is meant to familiarize the drivers with the track and track

 

conditions. It is not meant to be a race or driven in an aggressive manner. Track staff will help monitor the number of laps

 

being driven as well as watching for aggressive driving.

 

All heats and pole positions will be announced. Drivers are responsible for verifying they are in the correct heat. Classes

 

and heats will be called to the staging area by our announcer and our staging director will send the cars to the starting

 

area where they will be set into their starting locations by the track staff.

 

The starting personnel will point at each vehicle and wait for a "thumbs up" from each driver. Once all

 

drivers are ready, the starter will raise the green flag to start the race.

 

All vehicles will race each other for the specified amount of laps . Aggressive Dangerous Driving will not be allowed. If a driver

 

is identified as driving aggressively the track staff will point at the driver with a rolled or furrowed flag. This is considered a

 

warning. If the aggressive driving continues, the track staff will wave a black flag at the vehicle and the driver is disqualified for

 

that heat and must pull off the track.

 

Track staff will use a yellow flag to signify that a there is an issue ahead of them on the course. Drivers

 

may continue but must pass through the area in a slow and safe manner.

 

Should the race need to stop due to a rollover, accident, mechanical breakdown, fire, etc . , a red flag will

 

waved by track staff At that point the racing Is stopped and drivers are expected drive back to the

 

starting area and line up single file in the position they were in at the time of the incident .

 

At the start of the final lap of racing , finish line track staff will display a while flag signifying you are now

 

on your last lap of that race.

 

A checkered flag will be used as drivers cross the finish line at the end of the race .

 

Kanabec County Fair Redneck Races

 

Kanabec County Fairgrounds—Mora Thursday July 27 ,2017 7:00 pm

 

Kanabec Co Fair Redneck Races July 27,2017

 

Name: _________________________________________________________________

 

Address: ________________________________________________________________

 

City__________________________________Zip ______________________________

 

Phone Number:_____________________________ _____________________________

 

Make and Model___________________________________________________________

 

Sponsor:________________________________________________________________

 

______Compact #1 _______ Compact #2 ______ UTV

 

______Truck#1 ________Truck#2 ________Minivan ______Powder Puff

 

Send completed form and entry fee to:

 

Entry Fee: $25.00 KCAS

 

PO Box 213

 

Advance Registration is appreciated Mora MN 55051

 

I agree to abide by the rules and regulations of the Kanabec County RedNeck Races and the

 

Decisions of its officials and I agree to hold harmless the Kanabec County Agriculture Society and

 

its members, volunteers. and promoters of any liability that I may have for any loss, damage, or

 

injury to myself or my equipment as a result of participating in this event

 

Name:

 

Date:












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