2022 CALHOUN COLT SHOW QUEEN COMPETITION The Queen, Mini Queen and Mini King Competition is a time-honored event held during the Calhoun Colt Show. The four competitions promote a positive and enduring showcase of the City of Calhoun and its surrounding district. The Calhoun Colt Show Queen’s Competition Committee is instructed through the Colt Show Board to implement rules and guidelines that govern the Queen, Junior Queen, Mini Queen and King Competitions. 2022 committee members are as follows: Anita Marriott, and Samantha Lame . Entrants agree to abide by all rules of the Calhoun Colt Show Queen’s Competition Committee and the Queen’s Event Superintendent.
Impartial judges will judge contestants on appearance, poise and personality. Committee members are responsible for providing impartial judges who are from out of town. Judges will have no connection whatsoever with any contestant or family member.All ties will be broken by the judges prior to their dismissal.
All contestants must live in Henry County, Missouri.
All contestants must be sponsored by a local club, organization, individual or business (committee or superintendent will assist contestants in finding sponsors if needed). Sponsors shall pay $15.00 entry fee per contestant to help defray expenses.
Contestants accepting sponsorship of club, organization, individual or business must compete under that sponsorship or forfeit their right to compete. Any contestant voluntarily withdrawing from the contest must reimburse their sponsor the entry fee.
Each contestant must furnish and coordinate an automobile to ride on during the Grand Parade. Contestants must furnish two (2) signs to attach to their automobile. Mini contestants must ride on the float assigned to them.
Contestants must wear “Sunday” attire for the Grand Parade. This does not include shorts, halters, flip flops.
Mini King and Mini Queen contestant’s must be 4 years old by August 01 and must not be over 6 years old by crown presentation.
Queen contestants must be freshman through 20 years old.
Junior Queen contestants must be in school grades 6th-8th.
Queen contestants shall be single and not cohabitating with a male, or at any time have been married, pregnant, or have had a child.
Queen contestants mustn’t have been convicted of any crime or have any criminal charges pending.
All contestants must be in good standing with the Calhoun Schools Superintendent and Principal if a student.
Conduct prior to and following crowning deemed to be improper and detrimental to the Calhoun Colt Show and the Queen Pageant will be reason for disqualification and dismissal by the Queens Superintendent and Colt Show President. Social media or photos disparaging fellow contestants, the Queens Competition, Committee members or the Colt Show may be considered conduct unbecoming and grounds for disqualification or dismissal of position.
The Calhoun Colt Show Queen has a responsibility to attend activities the remainder of the Colt Show(post crowning) and throughout the year. Post crowning, duties will be identified through the Queens Superintendent and Colt Show President. The Queen (with parent(s) agreement) will agree to attend scheduled fund raisers and Colt Show events during the year. The Queen must select and attend no fewer than two (2) fundraising or public affairs events post Colt Show. The Queen may“formally” attend any other events with the approval of the Colt Show President in order to present a positive role model or public relations opportunity.
If the Calhoun Colt Show Queen fails to complete her obligations or her term, the title will be forfeited to the runners-up in the order of their rank, beginning with the first runner-up (determined by the Queen Committee). The (runner-up) acting Queen upon publication of the following years Colt Show Book shall be recognized as such.
All contestants serve as ambassadors of the Calhoun Colt Show, Calhoun Schools and the City of Calhoun. All contestants must portray excellence in sportsmanship, morals and ethical behavior while competing and post crowning.