Hay Hauling Contest
Three-person hay hauling teams race to see who can stack hay bales in the back of a truck. The competition doesn't end there, as contestants must then drive through an obstacle course with hills and barriers and re-pile the bales the fastest! There are divisions for adult men, adult women, and youth boys and girls.
Sunday, August 6 at 5pm, Registration at 4:30pm
There are divisions for adult men, adult women, youth boys, and youth girls
FREE event to the public!
Print your entry form and sign up the day of the event!
- All participants must sign a release and waiver of liability agreement.
- Participants under 18 must have waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian
- Any action deemed unsafe or in appropriate by contest judges or officials warrants immediate disqualification.
- The judges' decision is final and there will be no protests.
- The Official contest truck will be furnished. Driver must have a valid driver's license.
- A "red flag" means to stop the run immediately.
- Standing on the truck cab is prohibited.
- Each team will have three members.
- Men's team will haul 42 bales and the Women's team will haul 32 bales. (Subject to change)
- Teams will load bales, drive once around the track and unload bales in designated area.
- Gate person must walk through gap.
- Time starts when the 1st door is opened. Time stops when the last door is closed.
- All team members will ride inside the truck. (Exception: Gate person is not required to ride in the truck when driving through gate.
- All dropped bales must be picked up unless broken. It is at the discretion of the team to stop and pick up lost bales or to retrieve them while unloading.
- This is a timed event with penalties as follows:
- 5-second penalty for each course violation (i.e. hitting cone, not closing gate)
- 5-second penalty for each door not closed when truck is moving.
- 5-second penalty for each not closed when loading or unloading bales (doors must be closed before first bale hits the truck or ground)
- 5-second penalty for each bale not in designated unloaded area
- 5-second penalty for each broken bale.
- 5-second penalty for walking around gap