HLAA FALL SHOW

IN ASSOCIATION WITH ALSA, & ILR

Oct. 7 – Oct. 9, 2022

LOCATION

Noble County Fairgrounds

580 Fair St.

Kendallville, IN 46755

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JUDGES

Anna Reese

Lauren Wright

FUN CLASSES
PERFORMANCE CLASSES

HLAA Fall Show Class List 2022

*Please do not enter bold classes
1. Jr Yth Judging
2. Int Yth Judging
3. Sr Yth Judging
4. Leaping
5. Limbo

6. Jr Yth Showmanship
7. Int Yth Showmanship
8. Sr Yth Showmanship
9. Adult Showmanship
10. Open Yth Showmanship A-
7-10, B-11-14, C-15-18
11. Juv Suri Female
12. Yearling Suri Female

13. 2yo Suri Female
14. Adult Suri Female
15. Champion Suri Female
16. Juv Suri Male
17. Yearling Suri Male
18. 2yo Suri Male
19. Adult Suri Male
20. Champion Suri Male

21. Juv Silky Female
22. Yearling Silky Female
23. 2yo Silky Female
24. Adult Silky Female
25. Champion Silky Female
26. Juv Silky Male
27. Yearling Silky Male
28. 2yo Silky Male
29. Adult Silky Male
30. Champion Silky Male
31. Juv LW Female
32. Yearling LW Female
33. 2yo LW Female
34. Adult LW Female
35. Champion LW Female
36. Juv LW Male
37. Yearling LW Male
38. 2yo LW Male
39. Adult LW Male
40. Champion LW Male
41. Juv MW Female
42. Yearling MW Female
43. 2yo MW Female
44. Adult MW Female
45. Champion MW Female
46. Juv MW Male
47. Yearling MW Male
48. 2yo MW Male
49. Adult MW Male
50. Champion MW Male
51. Juv HW Female
52. Yearling HW Female
53. 2yo HW Female
54. Adult HW Female
55. Champion HW Female
56. Juv HW Male
57. Yearling HW Male
58. 2yo HW Male
59. Adult HW Male
60. Champion HW Male
61. Yearling Non-Breeder
62. 2yo Non-Breeder
63. Adult Non-Breeder
64. Champion Non-Breeder
65. Get of Sire
66. Produce of Dam
67. Alpaca Female
68. Alpaca Male
69. Alpaca Non-Breeder

70. Champion Alpaca
71. Best of Show Female
72. Best of Show Male
73. Fiber Craft
74. Open Costume
75. Gambler’s Choice
76. Jr Yth Pack
77. Int Yth Pack
78. Sr Yth Pack
79. Nov Pack
80. Advanced Pack
81. Master Pack
82. Open Yth Pack A-7-10 B-
11-14 C-15-18
83. Jr Yth PR
84. Int Yth PR
85. Sr Yth PR
86. Nov PR
87. Adv PR
88. Master PR
89. Open Yth PR (A,B,C)
90. Jr Yth Obstacle
91. Int Yth Obstacle
92. Sr Yth Obstacle
93. Nov Obstacle
94. Adv Obstacle
95. Master Obstacle
96. Open Yth Obstacle (A,B,C)
97. Champion Jr Yth
Performance
98. Champion Int Yth
Performance
99. Champion Sr Yth
Performance
100. Champion Novice
Performance
101. Champion Adv
Performance
102. Champion Master
Performance
103. Champion
Open Youth Performance

EVENT FUN CLASSES:

Gambler’s Choice- Entry is $5 per llama or alpaca. This is a timed obstacle course held LIVE on Saturday evening after the HLAA meeting/Earl Wells Award/Youth Scholarship. Do what you can to get your Llama or Alpaca through the course and complete as many obstacles as you can. First Place gets the pot!!

Open Costume: An open costume class will take place on Saturday evening around 5pm. This will take place after the show breaks and before the live HLAA meeting and Gambler’s Choice. Make sure to have a script or music submitted to the announcer’s stand.

Leaping Llama & Llama Limbo- Entry $2 per class. Will be held on Friday after youth judging. See how high or low they can go! Alpacas and Llamas are welcome to be part of this class.

Fiber Art- Entry $2 per item. Submissions will be on display for all show participants to vote on throughout the weekend! One vote per person. Voting ends at noon on Sunday and the top 3 will be placed.

SHOW INFORMATION:

Best of Show Male and Female – All Halter Grand Champions Compete.
 Gambler’s Choice- Entry is $5 per llama or alpaca. This is a timed obstacle course held LIVE on Saturday
evening after the HLAA meeting/Earl Wells Award/Youth Scholarship. Do what you can to get your Llama or Alpaca through the course and complete as many obstacles as you can. First Place gets the pot!!
 Leaping Llama and Llama Limbo- Entry $2 per class. Will be held on Friday after youth judging. See how high or low they can go! Alpacas and Llamas are welcome to be part of this class.
 Silent Auction- This will be during the show day on both Saturday and Sunday. This is to help our Youth Scholarship program. Auction ends at noon on Sunday.
 Fiber Art- Entry $2 per item. Submissions will be on display for all show participants to vote on throughout the weekend! One vote per person. Voting ends at noon on Sunday and the top 3 will be placed.
 Costume- An open costume class will take place on Saturday evening around 5pm. This will take place after the show breaks and before the live HLAA meeting and Gambler’s Choice. Make sure to have a script or music submitted to the announcer’s stand.
 Sponsorship is a very important part of our show. Each sponsor will be announced during our show and name placed in the show catalog. Thank you for helping, we can’t do this show without your help!
 Join or re-join HLAA right now with your entries, and you are paid up for the year of 2023. You get 3 months free if joining. (If you have a membership already you can renew now)
 Health Requirements: All animals coming from out of state must have a veterinarian health certificate dated within 30 days of exhibition.
 Eligibility: All llamas must have ILR certificates except for animals for Youth or non-breeder ALSA classes. Proof of ownership must be provided. If you are showing an animal owned by someone else, the owner must sign the entry form.
 Show Rules: This is a Dual sanctioned ILR & ALSA show. Clerking is not an easy job!! Therefore, you must be a current member of ALSA unless competing in the open youth classes. A ‘pending’ ALSA number will not be accepted. ALSA will allow youth one show in 2022 for free! The show will run according to the rules/guidelines in the ALSA current edition handbook and the current edition of the ILR Show Division guidelines.
 Arrival: Arrival time for all exhibitors starts at 12pm on Friday. Stalls will be pre-assigned.
 Stalling: 9×9 stalls located in the cattle barn, 2 adults per stall and 3 juveniles per stall. Exhibitors will provide their own bedding. And clean out your bedding before you leave.
 Departure: All bedding must be put outside in the bunker at the end of barn before departure. Please!
 Manure: Please do not put any straw, hay or manure in trash cans! Leave all bedding, manure, and hay in the bunker near the barn.

Wool and Age Division: Each animal must be entered in its appropriate age and wool division as specified in the ALSA and ILR Guidelines.

Animal wool division may not be changed after entries close unless moved with the approval of the judge.
Suri: The fiber of a Suri Llama should have a natural luster and hang and drape over the llama’s body, forming a natural part along the spine. The fibers are grouped into a very distinctive and well-defined lock structure, which is indicated by the many individual separate locks of fiber formed at the skin and carrying out to the ends of each lock.
Silky: Then fiber exhibits a very soft or silky handle, may exhibit some wave or crinkle but not crimp, and may exhibit some
loft and luster. Guard hair is nearly indiscernible, and coverage may vary from light to heavy.
Classic/Light: Minimal body wool, short neck wool with smooth legs.
Medium: Moderate to long body wool, minimal to moderate neck wool, smooth to moderate leg wool.
Heavy/Extremely Heavy: Abundant body and neck wool with minimal to abundant leg wool.
Non-Breeder, Get of Sire, Produce of Dam: See association guidelines with questions.
Age division:
Llama age division:
Juvenile 5 to 12 months of age
Yearling 12 to 24 months of age
Two-year-old 24 to 36 months of age
Adult 36 months of age and over
Youth age Division:
Junior: Handler age 7 through 11
Intermediate: Handler age 12 through 14
Senior: Handler age 15 through 18
Same for Open Youth
 Performance Classes:
An animal may only be shown in one performance class/division, except for Sub-Jr.
Novice Class: Now the same for both Associations. No more than 4 Grand/Reserves.
Advanced and Masters may be combined depending on entries.
 Camping: Hook up is available right outside the show barn and stalling area for $30 per night.
 Nearby Hotels: Best Western 621 Professional Way Kendallville, IN 46755 (260)347-5263 We have
reserved a block of rooms for $105 per night. Please mention the HLAA Fall Show when booking.

TENTATIVE EVENT SCHEDULE:

SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS SHOW DATES APPROACH.

Friday: Oct. 7th:
12:00 pm- Begin exhibitor arrival
5:00 pm- Youth judging

Leaping and Limbo after Youth Judging

Saturday Oct 8th:
7:30 am- Exhibitor meeting
8:00 am- HLAA Showmanship in order according to class list

Followed by Halter classes, break for lunch depending on schedule. Performance will
begin, time permitting.

8:00 am- Silent Auction and Fiber Craft check in
5:00 pm- Classes end for Costume, Live HLAA Board meeting, Earl Wells Award, Youth Scholarship

Immediately followed by LIVE GAMBLERS CHOICE, music, games, and food

Sunday Oct 9th:
8am- Performance continues
12 pm- Silent Auction and Fiber Art closes