Welcome to the 2019 Sandoval County Fair
July 29th - August 4th


Vesicular Stomatitis Virus (VSV) Public Plan for Sandoval County Fair

Vesicular Stomatitis Virus  (VS) is a contagious disease that affects horses, livestock and even humans. The disease is caused by a virus, which although rarely life threatening, can have significant financial impact on the horse industry. Vesicular Stomatitis is a reportable disease; in a suspect case, state and federal animal health authorities will be contacted. 

In an effort to minimize the potential spread of the disease, the Sandoval County Fair Board will implement the following plan:

  1. Every animal on Sandoval County Fair property (herein referred to as premise) is subject to a mandatory inspection (No Exceptions) upon entering the premise and through the duration of the animals stay on the premise. 
  2. Disposable gloves will be used to check animals, a new pair will be mandatory between each animal check. 
  3. All entry points to the Fairgrounds will be closed during the hours of 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. to prevent any animals entering the property prior to being inspected. 
  4. Animals with symptoms of VS will not be allowed on the premise. Animals exhibiting symptoms of VS during the fair will be removed from the premise. 
  5. Every effort will be made to provide horse stalls with some separation between horses. 
  6. Only use of individual, rather than communal feeders, waters, and equipment allowed. 
  7. Animal handlers must apply proper bio-safety measures. Clean and disinfect feed bunks, waterers, equipment. Commercial disinfectants such as; Chlorine bleach, Wescodyne, Roccal, and Septisol are recommended. 
  8. All suspicious animals will be reported to the animal health authorities. 
  9. Hand wash stations will be located throughout the premise, along with Hand Sanitizer strategically placed around all areas where animals reside. 

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2019 County Fair


Pick a day! Any Day! Check out the daily Schedule!

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2019 Sandoval County 4-H Shows


Come to our fair on Thursday or Friday and watch some hard working 4-Her's in action! 

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Westernaires Trick Riding


The Westernaires are a mounted precision drill organization composed of Denver-area youngsters from 9 to 19 years of age. Founded in 1949, Westernaires has provided training in western riding, precision drills, and horse care for almost 70 years. Some members also elect to receive training in specialty acts such as trick riding, roman riding, and dressage. 

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Rodeo Time


Come, sit, and watch one of our three full schedule rodeo Nights! Live life 8 Seconds at a time like our Bull riders! 

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About Us


Dive into New Mexico Culture!

Sit and enjoy our Annual Pow Wow. Watch the beautiful dancers and traditional Native Outfits.


Livestock and Small Animal Shows

A show that displays the hard work and dedication that the 4-H kids put into their project. Animals are exhibited and judged based on their breed types and breed standards. 


Family Fun!

Enjoy a beautiful day outside with your family with the lush Cuba scenery surrounding you. Fill your bellies with the best Fair food you can imagine. Then take a walk to the Indoor Exhibit building and admire all the quilting, photography and many more projects on display. Finish your day with watching a Rodeo! Watch bucking broncs and barrel racers speed by while cheering your heart out!

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Better yet, see us in person!

Join us at the Sandoval County Fair! Immerse yourself in agricultural life!

Sandoval County Fair

37 Rodeo Rd. Cuba


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