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					                                    Kojonup Show 2010
                                                          Contents

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      OFFICIALS ..................................................................................................... 1
      APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP ................................................................. 2
      LIST OF FINANCIAL MEMBERS 2010 ............................................................ 3
      KOJONUP SHOW 2009 TROPHY WINNERS .................................................. 4
      REGULATIONS OF KOJONUP P&A SOCIETY RULES AND BY-LAWS ............... 7
      SPECIAL TROPHY RULES ............................................................................... 8
      DUTIES OF STEWARDS ................................................................................. 8
      NOTICE TO PUBLIC ....................................................................................... 9
      NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS................................................................................ 9
      SECTION A – EQUESTRIAN EVENTS ............................................................ 11
      SECTION B - WOOL ..................................................................................... 20
      SECTION C - MERINO SHEEP ...................................................................... 22
      SECTION D – SHEEP, BRITISH and AUSTRALASIAN BREEDS ....................... 24
      SECTION E - SHEAF TOSSING ...................................................................... 26
      SECTION F – VEGETABLES .......................................................................... 27
      SECTION G – FRUITS, PRESERVES and EGGS .............................................. 28
      SECTION H - BAKERY .................................................................................. 29
      SECTION I - FLOWERS ................................................................................. 30
      SECTION J - POT PLANTS ............................................................................ 32
      SECTION K- FLOWER ARRANGING - DECORATIVE ..................................... 33
      SECTION L - FLORAL ART ............................................................................ 34
      SECTION M – PATCHWORK ........................................................................ 35
      SECTION N - CRAFT .................................................................................... 36
      SECTION O - ART ........................................................................................ 37
      The Royal Agricultural Society of WA Agricultural Art Award 2011 .......... 38
      SECTION P - PHOTOGRAPHY ...................................................................... 39
      SECTION Q - CHILDREN'S WORK ................................................................ 41
      KOJONUP APEX BLUE WOOL SHEARS ........................................................ 49
      CLOSING DATES 2010 ................................................................................. 50




                Exhibition Halls will be open from 3.00 pm - 6.00 pm
          Friday 15th October for anyone wishing to bring exhibits in early.
   NO EXHIBITS MAY BE REMOVED PRIOR TO 5.00 pm, SATURDAY 16 th October 2010

Show web site: www.kojonupshow.com.au
            Kojonup Pastoral and Agricultural Society (INC)

Affiliated with the Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia

                               103rd Annual Show
                           Saturday, 16th October 2010
                                          OFFICIALS
PATRONS
T Waldron, MLA
PRESIDENT
Heidi Tyler
LIFE MEMBERS
J W Anthony*, G Perkins*, DA Robertson*, T Rogers*, F Newton*, GM Webb*, WT Norrish*, EC
Jones*, Mrs MC Norrish*, T Perkins*, G Jeffs*, CD Nalder*, W Knopka*, WR Bilney*, FW Cussons*,
RN Russell, KJ Bilney*, CR Stapleton*, Mrs P Bilney*, Mrs. H Carpenter, B Carpenter, Mrs. S Hill, M
Jones, Mrs R Radford, Mrs P Zadow, T Taylor.
* Deceased
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Committee                             Daniela Brown
                                      Pam Smit

Head Steward                          Kirsten Carrington Jones
Ground Steward                        Peta Zadow

SECRETARY
Frankie Trouchet
PO Box 104
KOJONUP 6395
TREASURER
Taryn Jones
PO Box 104
KOJONUP 6395

WEBSITE:            www.kojonupshow.com.au
PHONE/FAX NO:       9831 1868
BANKERS:            National Australia Bank
AUDITOR:            Pascoe Partners




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                        Kojonup Pastoral and Agricultural Society (Inc)

                                        APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP
Membership subscription must be received by Friday 3rd September 2010 for applicant to be
eligible to receive member entitlements.
New membership                                      Renew membership
                                      (Please tick required box)

I/We hereby make application to join/renew subscription to the Kojonup Pastoral
Agricultural Society (Inc.)


Full Name ...................................................................................................................................

Postal Address ............................................................................................................................

....................................................................................................................................................

Phone/Fax ..................................................................................................................................

Mobile: .......................................................................................................................................

Email address: ............................................................................................................................

Please find enclosed amount $ ................................ being annual subscription/s as set down by
the Committee.

Signed ...........................................................................................................

FAMILY MEMBERSHIP: $32.50 admits the member, one guest, and that member’s school age
family members to the Show grounds on Show Day.

SINGLE MEMBERSHIP: $21.50 admits the member only to the Show grounds on Show Day.
CURRENT FINANCIAL MEMBERS ARE ENTITLED TO:
    Free admission to the Kojonup P&A Society’s Annual Show and reserved parking at the
      Show grounds on Show Day.
    Power to vote at Kojonup P&A Society General Meetings.
    Reduced entry fees in all Children’s, General, Sheep and Wool Sections at the Annual
      Show.

                            PLEASE ENSURE PROMPT PAYMENT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS
                                                       NEW MEMBERS WELCOME
                                   Membership Forms and correct fee should be mailed to:
                                                     The Treasurer
                                             PO BOX 104 KOJONUP WA 6395




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                    LIST OF FINANCIAL MEMBERS 2010
                               As at 1 June 2010

ANDERSON A & W             MACLEAY P & A            TAYLOR TJ &BA
BAILEY RH & RM             MACRI J &A               THOMSON B & P
BANKS RA & KL              MARINONI                 THORN G & W
BAULCH M & R               MARINONI KP & R          TOHL JS
BENN JS                    MARINONI PL              TRETHOWAN TL & WJ
BIGNELL GC                 MARRIOTT LW & N          TRETHOWAN WR
BIGNELL KM                 MASON P & D              TROUCHET RE & FM
BILNEY A                   MASON R & K              TYLER H
BILNEY GM & LM             MATHWIN DR & LM          WARBURTON J
BILNEY RF & MR             MATHWIN J                WHITE SJ
BLACK C & K                MATHWIN J & K            WRIGHT EA & CE
BOYLE KM                   MCGREGOR JD & PA         WRIGHT RA & MA
BROWN R & D                MCGUIRE MT & R           YOUNG J & C
BUNNY G & P                MCGUIRE S & A            YOUNG RK & EH
CALDWELL AJ                MEATON R & H PJ & MW
CARRINGTON-JONES JB & KJ   NORRISH RW
CARRINGTON-JONES WA &      NORRISH TT
HA                         NORRISH WT & SONS
CHURCH G & PC              O'HALLORAN LR & JV
COSTIN L                   O'HALLORAN N & J
DENTON B                   O'HALLORAN WM &V
EDNIE-BROWN C & Z          OUTHWAITE NM
EDNIE-BROWN MRS P          OWEN MW & EA
EYRES TJ & AWE             PADBURY AR
FORRESTER D & C            PARKER W & J
GARDNER BW & DE            PERKINS V
GOODALL A & N              PHILIPPS MJ &J
GOODALL R & J              PIESSE D & S
GORTER TJR & EG            PLOWMAN AR
GRICE PW & SE              PRANDI M & S
HEGGATON C & L             PRASSER-JONES AD & MHM
HEWSON JS                  QUARRELL SV & MR
HEWSON RJ & DS             RICHARDSON WG
HOUSE FT & JL              RILEY K & M
HOUSE LB                   SEBBES R & L
HOUSE P & M                SEXTON JJ & JA
HOWARD S                   SMIT L & P
JANNINGS D & C             STEVENSON TJO & S
JONES GD & SC              STRETCH WN & MG
KELLY NC & MA
KOWALD RC & D
LADYMAN RJ & A
LEWIS JL & CM




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                 KOJONUP SHOW 2009 TROPHY WINNERS
TROPHY                                                                                 NAME
BANKWEST TROPHY Most Points Sheep and Wool Sections                      W.T. Norrish and Sons
PRESIDENT’S TROPHY Most Points General Sections                               Mrs Hilary Bilney
VICE PRESIDENT’S TROPHY Most Points High School                               Catherine House
SECRETARY’S TROPHY Most Points Upper Primary School                                 R Marinoni
TREASURER’S TROPHY Most Points Lower Primary School                                 J Marinoni
PRINCIPAL’S TROPHY Most Points School Student                                        J Marinoni

KOJONUP ROTARY PERPETURAL TROPHY Most Points in the Wool Room                 R and H Meaton
KOJONUP AGRICULTRUAL SUPPLIES Champion Fine Fleece                            R and H Meaton
ACF WOOL TRADERS TROPHY Champion Medium Fleece                           W.T. Norrish and Sons
LG and JM MARINONI and TROPHY Champion Strong Fleece                           B and D Perkins
PRIMARIES WA TROPHY Champion Ram Fleece                                       R and H Meaton
STAWOOL AUSTRALIA TROPHY Champion Housed Fleece                               R and H Meaton
MISTY HILLS TROPHY Most Points Unhoused Fleece                           W.T. Norrish and Sons
TERRY WALDRON MLA TROPHY Most Points Commercial Farmers Fleece                A and N Goodall

COOLANGATTA MERINO STUD TROPHY Most Points Merinos                       W.T. Norrish and Sons
ANGENUP TROPHY Grand Champion Merino Ram                                 W.T. Norrish and Sons
PRIMARIES TROPHY Reserve Champion Merino Ram                             W.T. Norrish and Sons
DJ and ND JACKSON TROPHY Grand Champion Merino Ewe                       W.T. Norrish and Sons
KOJONUP AGRICULTRUAL SUPPLIES Reserve Champion Merino Ewe                W.T. Norrish and Sons
BR COOPER TROPHY Junior Champion Merino Ram                              W.T. Norrish and Sons
NM OUTHWAITE TROPHY Junior Champion Merino Ewe                           W.T. Norrish and Sons
GENSTOCK (WA) TROPHY Champion Ram Bred in the Kojonup Shire              W.T. Norrish and Sons
MRS CH BURBURY TROPHY Champion Ewe Bred in the Kojonup Shire             W.T. Norrish and Sons
EBABVA PLUMBING TROPHY Most Points Farmers Classes                              Warrick Jones
LEWIS VALLEY TROPHY Champion Ewe Farmers Class                                  Warrick Jones
DAKIN FARMS TROPHY Supreme Exhibit in Section C                          W.T. Norrish and Sons
KOJONUP AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES TROPHY Champion Poll Merino Ram            W.T. Norrish and Sons
PJ and MW MARINONI and SONS TROPHY Most Points Full Wool                 W.T. Norrish and Sons
WEMBLEY PARK TROPHY Breeders Group – Ram and 2 Ewes                      W.T. Norrish and Sons
MRS CH BURBURY TROPHY Pen of 3 Ewes less than 1.5 years                  W.T. Norrish and Sons
P and C FOEKEN TROPHY Pen of 3 Rams less than 1.5 years                           Neil Jackson
MRS CH BURBURY TROPHY Pen of 3 Ewe Lambs                                        Warrick Jones
ELDERS LIMITED TROPHY Pen of 3 Ram Lambs                                            No Entries
WHITFERT TROPHY Most Points Short Wool                                   W.T. Norrish and Sons
MRS P CHURCH TROPHY Farmers Class Ewe under 1.5 years                           Warrick Jones
A and W ANDERSON and CO TROPHY Farmers Class Ewe over 1.5 years                 Warrick Jones
RF and MR BILNEY TROPHY Farmers Class Pen of 3 Ewes under 1.5 years             Warrick Jones
CUSACK RURAL AGENCIES TROPHY Farmers Class Pen of 3 Ewes/ Wether lambs          Warrick Jones
MJ and J PHILIPPS TROPHY Ram under 1.5 years                                        No Entries

ELDERS LIMITED TROPHY Supreme Champion Ram Overall                                   Brimfield
KOJONUP P&A SOCIETY Supreme Champion Ewe Overall                                     Brimfield
JR and JM GLOVER TROPHY Champion Group All Breeds                             MJ and J Philipps

LT TOOVEY and SONS TROPHY Most Points Suffolks                                MJ and J Philipps
EGABVA PLUMBING TROPHY Champion Suffolk Ram                                   MJ and J Philipps
MERUNAH SUFFOLKS Champion Suffolk Ewe                                         MJ and J Philipps

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PAMELLEN STUD Pair Suffolk Ewes                                        MJ and J Philipps
KOJONUP CO-OP TROPHY Most Points Poll Dorset                                   Brimfield
R and L SEBBES TROPHY Most Points Border Leicester                           D Cochrane
BW and DG GARDNER TROPHY Most Points White Suffolks                            Brimfield
D and C FORRESTER TROPHY Most Points Texel                                J and J Glover
MJ and J PHILIPPS TROPHY Most Points Any Other Breed                            R House

Sheaf Tossing
HIGHEST TOSS, Men                                                             Peter Hart
HIGHEST TOSS, Ladies

GENERAL SECTIONS
J and K CARRINGTON-JONES TROPHY Most Points Vegetables                     Ned Radford
MRS PHYL BILNEY MEMORIAL TROPHY Most Points Fruits, Preserves and          Robyn Potter
Eggs
KOJONUP CO-OP TROPHY Most Points Bakery, Craft and Plants              Goldie Hendricks
CWA TROPHY Most Points Bakery, Patchwork and Fruits, Preserves and          Anna Macri
Eggs
KOJONUP COUNTRY KITCHEN Most Points Bakery                                   Anna Macri
WA BILNEY TROPHY Most Points Flowers                                        Hillary Bilney
ROSETTE Most Outstanding Exhibit                                             Myra Jones
KOJONUP GARDEN CLUB TROPHY Best Two Garden Flowers                        R and D Brown
VICKI O'HALLORAN TROPHY Most Points Flower Arranging                          Z Pritchard
MRS RA IVERS TROPHY Most Points Pot Plants                             Goldie Hendricks
KOJEE POST TROPHY Most Points - Open                                             J Norrish
XLN FABRIC Most Points Beginners                                      Marie MacDonald
XLN FABRIC Most Points Intermediate                                         Wendy Wells
A QUILTERS' STUDIO Most Points School Student                                  No Entries
A QUILTERS' STUDIO Two-Person Quilt (First)                             Lorreen Greeuw
KOJEE POST - $50 Two-Person Quilt (Second))                             Lorreen Greeuw
A QUILTERS' STUDIO Mystery Quilt Challenge                                   Peta Zadow
KOJONUP TENNIS CLUB TROPHY Most Points Novice Sections O and P                 No Entries
KOJONUP NEWS TROPHY Most Points Not a Novice Sections O and P                  No Entries
CW and FM OWEN TROPHY Most Point Needlework                                        N Rowe
MRS ROBYN RADFORD TROPHY Most Points Knitting and Crocheting             Beth McDonald
HORSE and HOBBY TROPHY Most Points Handicraft                                V Kondakov
G and F GALE TROPHY Most Points Scrapbooking                         P Carrington-Jones
W and J HARVEY TROPHY Most Points Overall                                    Cindy Black
J CAPPER TROPHY Most Points Novice                                           Cindy Black
SHELL ART AWARD sponsored by W and J Harvey                           Graham Mathwin
PETER and PAT TERRY TROPHY Most Outstanding Art Exhibit                        Jill Capper
KOJONUP PHARMACY TROPHY Most Points Overall                          Debbie Christinnelli
MRS MJ DUNCAN TROPHY Most Points Colour Prints                       Debbie Christinnelli
MRS L CHISWELL TROPHY Most Points Black and White                    Debbie Christinnelli
COOPERS TROPHY Best Beer in Show                                              Peter Boan
COOPERS TROPHY Most Points Home Brewing                                       Peter Boan




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CHILDRENS SECTIONS
R and M BILNEY TROPHY Most Points Years 8 to 10 Bakery                            T Kuypers
KOJONUP BAKERY TROPHY Most Points Years 4 to 7 Bakery                              T Abbott
RF and MR BILNEY TROPHY Most Points Years 1 to 3 Bakery                          J Marinoni
R RADFORD TROPHY Most Points Years 8 to 10 Flowers                                No Entries
R RADFORD TROPHY Most Points Years 4 to 7 Flowers                                R Marinoni
R RADFORD TROPHY Most Points Years 1 to 3 Flowers                                J Marinoni
H O'NEILL TROPHY Most Points Vegetables                                           No Entries
KOJONUP NEWS TROPHY Most Points Years 8 to 10 Craft                           G Woodhams
RF and MR BILNEY TROPHY Most Points Years 4 to 7 Craft                        A Woodhams
DEBBIE PERKINS TROPHY Most Points Years 1 to 3 Craft                           Clare Wilson
MRS JILL CAPPER TROPHY Most Points Years 8 to 10 Art                   Johnathon O’Halloran
CHERRY TREE TROPHY Most Points Years 6 to 7 Art                                Sarah Wright
CHERRY TREE TROPHY Most Points Years 4 to 5 Art                                David House
KOJONUP NEWSAGENCY TROPHY Most Points Years 1 to 3 Art                            No Entries
W TUCKEY TROPHY Most Points in all Sections for Years 8 to 10              Catherine House
RF and MR BILNEY TROPHY Most Points in all Sections for Years 4 to 7          Kelsey Wright
KOJONUP CO-OP TROPHY Most Points in all Sections for Years 1 to 3                   J Abbott
MRS R RADFORD TROPHY Most Points in all Sections for Pre-school Work             A Ladyman
MAY MILNE MEMORIAL PERPETUAL TROPHY Most Points Craft                           V Kondakov




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                  REGULATIONS OF KOJONUP P&A SOCIETY
                                       RULES AND BY-LAWS
The rules of the Kojonup P&A Society (Inc.) with regards to the Annual Show shall be the uniform by-
laws of the Royal Agricultural Society, and such other by-laws as may be adopted by the Society from
time to time.

Membership
Family membership fee         $32.50       Single membership fee            $21.50
The privileges of Family Membership shall consist of:
        The power to vote at any general meeting, one member’s ticket, one guest ticket, free
        admission for that member’s school age family members and reduced entry fee in all
        Children’s, General, Sheep and Wool Sections at the Annual Show.
The privileges of Single Membership shall consist of:
        The power to vote at any general meeting, one member’s ticket and reduced entry fees in all
        Children’s, General, Sheep and Wool Sections at the Annual Show.
Responsibility for Accidents
Every reasonable care will be taken of exhibits, but the Kojonup P&A Society (Inc) or any of its
officers will incur no responsibility. Ordinary precautions will be taken to protect the property of the
Society and exhibits, but exhibits will not be insured at the cost of the Kojonup P&A Society (Inc)
The Kojonup P&A Society (Inc) will not be held responsible for any accident that may be caused
through or by any exhibitor or exhibit, and it shall be a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall
hold the Kojonup P&A Society (Inc) blameless and indemnify against any legal proceedings arising
from such accident.
Tents, Booths, etc
All tents and booths, other than Sideshows, shall, before noon on the day of the Show, pay such fees
as may be fixed by the Committee, and should this fee be not paid, such tent, booth or sideshow
shall be under penalty of removal from the ground.
The Kojonup P&A Society (Inc) shall not be held liable for any loss of income or damage suffered by
the lessees through actions or events of any kind by persons, Act of God or vagaries of trade.
Committee’s Right: The Committee reserves the right to refuse entry to, or have removed from the
ground, any sideshow, person or article; refuse to accept an entry for any exhibitions in any section
without explanation.
Commercial Space
10sq metres or less   $55.00 - includes one gate pass
More than 10sq metres $90.00 - includes two gate passes
Kojonup Shire Sporting/Community groups selling for profit         $40.00 no gate pass
Electricity:                 Based on consumption, minimum charge          $11.00
Sideshow Space:         $15.00 per metre frontage, minimum charge $50.00
Sideshow operators must complete a Sideshow application form and pay such fees the Committee
has fixed at least one month prior to Show. Committee must sight current insurance and Work Safe
documentation at least one month prior to Show.




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                              SPECIAL TROPHY RULES
To be eligible to win the following trophies, points must be gained in two or more sections.
     BANK WEST TROPHY
        Most Points Wool and Sheep Sections
     PRESIDENT’S TROPHY
        Most Points in General Sections
     VICE PRESIDENT’S TROPHY
        Most Points Junior Sections, High School Students years 8 to 10
     JONES ROAD TROPHY
        Most Points Junior Sections, Primary School Students years 4 to 7
     SECRETARY’S TROPHY
        Most Points Junior Sections, Primary School Students years 1 to 3
     MRS R RADFORD TROPHY
        Most Points Junior Sections, Pre-Primary School Students or younger
     KOJONUP CO-OP
        Most Points Bakery, Plants and Craft Sections
     C.W.A. TROPHY
        Show entrant gaining Most Points in Fruits, Preserves and Eggs, Bakery, Patchwork and Craft
        Sections.
Trophies may also be awarded to the Exhibitor gaining Most Points in each section, winners of some
minor sections and selected classes in some sections.

                                DUTIES OF STEWARDS
      Attend the Showground during the week before the Show and prepare the area for the
       Section they are responsible for.
      Attend the Show ground at 7.30 am on the morning of the Show or earlier if required by the
       Chief Steward.
      Attend to the reception, classification and placing of all exhibits, and other matters having
       reference thereto.
      Wait upon the judges and furnish them with award books.
      Collate points and co-ordinate with the Head Steward for the awarding of trophies.
      Arrange among themselves for the constant and effective supervision of their sections, the
       convenience of the exhibitors as well as that of the public, and supervise the behaviour of
       the attendants in their sections.
      In case they think it necessary, advise the Committee of the Kojonup P&A Society (Inc) to
       reject any exhibit, in which case prompt action will be taken.
      It shall be the duty of the Steward to prevent any person interfering with the Judge, and if
       necessary, to order the removal of the offender. Persons in charge of any exhibit must on
       no account address the Judge or leave their exhibit during the judging unless authorised by
       the Steward of the Section in which they are responsible.
      Dismantle exhibits and assist in tidying up the display area at the end of the day – not before
       5.00 pm.
      Hand all uncollected exhibits and prize cards to the Head Steward of that Section or the
       Secretary of the Kojonup P&A Society before 6.00 pm of Show Day.




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                                      NOTICE TO PUBLIC
GATE ADMISSION TO GROUNDS:
      Family                                            $30.00
      Adults                                            $15.00
      Unaccompanied School children                      $5.00
      Pensioners                                         $5.00

It is the unanimous ruling of the Kojonup P&A Society (Inc) that all persons pay admission to the
Show with the exception of those people with Members, Guest or Complimentary tickets.

The Kojonup P&A Society is very grateful to the Rotary members who man the gate on Show Day.

Morning, afternoon teas and light luncheons will be available at the Food Hall. Refreshments stalls
will be on the grounds.

                                 NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS
For conditions of exhibiting, see respective sections. Entry fees include GST.
Exhibitors will be under the control and direction of the Stewards in their respective sections.
An Exhibit Card or Label will be produced for each exhibit and must be affixed or placed according to
instructions. Such tickets will be given on payment of entry fees or may be obtained on Show Day
after payment of the entry fee.
No exhibits may be removed before 5.00 pm. No exhibit will be allowed to remain after 6.00 pm.
Exhibitors can make special arrangements to collect their exhibit after the Show with the relevant
Head Steward.
Individuals are encouraged to enter to display their talent and skills developed over the past 12
months.
Judges will nominate a first and second place (winner and runner-up) for each class and their
decision will be final.
Judges are empowered to decide, on the age of any exhibit or livestock, to which section it belongs
and, if in the wrong section, to order transfer to the proper section. Judges have this authority to re-
class in other sections as well. Any persons insulting or interfering with judges, stewards or any
member of the committee will be subject to removal from the halls or grounds.
Prize money will be paid after 4.30 pm from the Trophy Cage only. No Prize money is to be
collected from the Office. All monies not collected by 6.00 pm will become a donation to the
operations of the Kojonup P&A Society (Inc).
Points in General Sections are awarded as follows:
1st – 2 points   2nd – 1 point
In the case of a tie, the winner will be decided on a count back. If still a tie, the competitor with the
most entries in that Section shall be the winner.
The Judges will begin their duties at 9.00 am and the public will be excluded while judging is in
progress. Exhibition Halls will be closed during judging.




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                 KOJONUP EQUESTRIAN CLUB INC
                                in conjunction with

           Kojonup Pastoral & Agricultural Society Society Inc.

                                      Presents

                     SECTION “A” – EQUESTRIAN EVENTS

            AFFILIATED WITH EWA AND HACK COUNCIL (WA)

                          Saturday 16th October 2010

           Kojonup Show Grounds, Blackwood Road, Kojonup




              Sponsored by Elders Ltd., Saddle World, Maddington. Genstock,
                  Europa Saddlery, Albany, Koojan Hills Angus & Arabians,
   Barry & Joyce Walsh, Kahala Park Show Horses, Marawa Farms, Kojonup Agricultural
 Supplies, Mrs. Helen Young, Mrs. J. Knowles, Pascoe Partners, Kojonup Pharmacy, D. & L.
                                    Mathwin, Albany Chaff,
              Kareela Hill Stud, Kojonup Veterinary Hospital, G. & R. McGuire,
IGA Supermarket, Kojonup Co-op, Landmark Realty, Harris’s Garage, Kemminup B & B Farm
   Stay, Pat & Peter Terry, Jill Watkinson, Chloe Radford & Tim Trezise Farmanco, Pfizer.




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                              KOJONUP EQUESTRIAN CLUB INC.
                                     In conjunction with
                         Kojonup Pastoral and Agricultural Society Inc.
                                           Presents

                       SECTION A – EQUESTRIAN EVENTS
                          AFFILIATED WITH EWA and HACK COUNCIL (W.A)
                                    Saturday 16th October 2010

The Kojonup Show is a Perth Royal Show, EWA and Hack Council qualifying show for official hacking.
Gate Entry: $15 per car with float or truck regardless of number of occupants.
Entries Close: 5.00pm on Wednesday 13th October 2010
Entries and Enquiries to Pam Smit, PO Box 53, Kojonup 6395
Telephone 98 336250; Fax 98 336243; email: lewsmit@bigpond.com
NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY with the exception of the Show Jumping.
Cheques payable to: Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc.

CONDITIONS:
Riders cannot compete until entry fees are paid in full and disclaimer form signed.
INSURANCE COVER FOR SECTION “A”: For insurance purposes, all riders competing at this event
MUST BE covered for personal liability insurance either as members of Equestrian WA or Kojonup
Equestrian Club Inc. or pay a once only $20 personal liability insurance cover fee for the day. PCA of
WA membership does not cover any events in Section “A”: Kojonup Equestrian Club membership
available for $25 on entry form.
All riders must wear safety approved helmet AUS/NZ3838 or its equivalent and smooth soled
riding boots. Exception made in the Official Saddle Horse Section for those EWA riders wishing to
use bowler or top hats.
Ground Fee: $5.00 per horse/pony (compulsory).
Show Horse Levy: $5.00 per official horse which has been included in entry fee.
Judges have the authority to divide any classes at their discretion.
Riders under 17yrs must wear jodhpur boots in their rider class.
Riders can only compete in official OR unofficial rings, NOT BOTH. (Exception made to District Hack
class).
Pony Club uniform may be worn in the encouragement rings, unofficial jumping, pony club events
and novelties.
Classes will not be held up for any competitor.
Cruelty to animals will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
The Show Society and Kojonup Equestrian Club accepts no responsibility for loss, damage or injury to
competitors, gear, mounts, and persons entering the ring do so at their own risk.
The Kojonup P. and A. Society (Inc) and Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc hold the right to delete or alter
any event without notice.
Canteen available at horse office and hospitality tent.
We are an AON and Equestrian Australia insured club and event.
CAMPING AVAILABLE WITH STABLES. CONTACT SHOW ORGANIZER




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SPONSORS:
The Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc. and Kojonup Agricultural Society would like to take this
opportunity and thank the equestrian section sponsors and donors, especially Elders Ltd. Kojonup,
Saddle World Maddington, Europa Saddlery Albany, Koojan Hills Angus and Arabians, Barry and
Joyce Walsh, Kahala Park Show Horses, Marawa Farms, Kojonup Ag Supplies, Mrs. Helen Young,
Mrs. J. Knowles, Pascoe Partners, Kojonup Pharmacy, D. and L. Mathwin, Kareela Hill Stud,
Kojonup Veterinary Hospital, G. and R. McGuire, Genstock, IGA Supermarket, Kojonup Co-op Ltd.
Landmark Realty, Harris’s Garage, Kemminup B and B Farm Stay, Albany Chaff, Pat and Peter
Terry, Jill Watkinson, and Chloe Radford and Tim Trezise, Farmanco, Pfizer.

                  EUROPA GREAT SOUTHERN HACK of the YEAR

To be contested at Albany Show by the top FIVE points scorers at qualifying agricultural shows
(Kojonup, Albany, Esperance, Mt.Barker, Wagin and Bunbury). Finalists must have competed at
three qualifying shows, including Albany. Horses and/or Ponies must compete in at least two other
shows prior to Albany. Points are awarded as follows:
         1st – 3 points; 2nd – 2 points; 3rd – 1 point
         Champion – 2 points; Reserve Champion – 1 point

Points will be adjusted to ensure equal opportunities for horses in different categories to qualify.
Qualifying points will not count in the final judging. Prize money is provided by the Albany
Agricultural Society Inc. Further details can be obtained from the Albany Agricultural Society.


                                   OFFICIAL PONY HACKS
Membership and current height certificates to be presented on the day. Only current EWA riders
and ponies eligible to compete in this section. Led Rein handlers must be members of EWA.
RING 3 (on the enclosed surface)
Commences: 9.15am
Entry Fees: $35.00 (inc. $5 EWA levy) plus $5.00 once only ground fee per Pony entitles entry into
any or all Saddle Pony classes (inc Show Hunter) for which the Pony is eligible. Lead Rein - $15 plus
$5.00 ground fee per pony entitles entry into any or all Lead Rein classes. Adults may compete on
Large Ponies 12.2h up to and inc. 14hh. In all remaining classes, rider to be 17 yrs and under.
INSURANCE: Only current EWA members and registered ponies eligible to compete in this section..
Entries to be posted to Pam Smit, PO Box 53 Kojonup 6395, by Wednesday 13th October, 2010.
Cheques to be made out to Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc. NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY!
Prize Money: 1st - $12 2nd - $7.00 3rd - $4.00 except where specified.
Riders to compete in only Lead Rein OR First Ridden OR Open. Ponies may compete in all sections
with different riders.
1    Lead Rein Smartest on Parade
2    First Ridden Smartest on Parade
3    Lead Rein Rider 8yrs and under       ) rider not eligible for any other Pony
4    Lead Rein Pony Hack 12.2hh and under ) Hack Events
5    First Ridden Pony 14hands and under )



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CHAMPION LEAD REIN/FIRST RIDDEN PONY - $20 sponsored by Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc.
RESERVE CHAMPION LEAD REIN/FIRST RIDDEN PONY (2nd place getters to be on stand by)

6 Rider 10yrs and under      )
7 Rider 11yrs to 14yrs    ) Riders to wear jodhpur boots only
8 Rider 15yrs, 16 and 17yrs )

CHAMPION JUNIOR RIDER (classes 6, 7 and 8) – $25 cash sponsored by Kojonup Tyre Service.
RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR RIDER (2nd place getters to be on standby)

9 Best Turned Out Pony/Rider – judged on the ring. $20 for 1st prize
10 Novice Saddle Pony up to and inc.14hh to be ridden in snaffle bridle not to have won more
than 3 x 1st placings at any official fixture
11 Pony Hack 12hh and under
12 Pony Hack over 12hh up to and inc. 12.2hh
13 Pony Hack over 12.2hh up to and inc. 13hh
14 Pony Hack over 13hh up to and inc. 13.2hh
15 Pony Hack over 13.2hh up to and inc. 14hh
16 Lightweight Pony Hack 12.2hh and under
17 Medium/Heavyweight Pony Hack 12.2hh and under
18 Lightweight Pony Hack over 12.2hh up to and inc. 14hh
19 Medium/Heavyweight Pony Hack over 12.2hh up to and inc 14hh
20 Girl’s Pony Hack 12.2hh and under (to be ridden by a girl)
21 Girl’s Pony Hack over 12.2hh up to and inc. 14hh (to be ridden by a girl)
22 Boy’s Pony Hack 14hh and under (to be ridden by a boy)
Note: Pony is only eligible for girls OR boys Pony Hack, NOT both.

CHAMPION SMALL PONY HACK – (From class 11, 12, 16, 17, 20, 22) - $40 cash sponsored by Koojan
Hills Grazing Co.
RESERVE CHAMPION SMALL PONY HACK (2nd place getters to be on stand by)
CHAMPION LARGE PONY HACK – (From classes 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 21, 22) - $40 cash sponsored by
Marawa Farms.
RESERVE CHAMPION LARGE PONY HACK (2nd place getters to be on stand by)
SUPREME CHAMPION PONY HACK – To come from Champions within this section – Voucher
sponsored by Europa Saddlery, Albany

Judge’s Refreshment Break – 10 minutes




                               SHOW HUNTER CLASSES
                            (Dress Code strictly adhered to)

Prize Money 1st - $12; 2nd - $7; 3rd - $4

23 Best Presented Show Hunter Pony Hack – workout to be judged on the circle.
24 Lightweight Show Hunter 12.2hh and under

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25 Med/H’wt Show Hunter 12.2hh and under
26 Lightweight Show Hunter over 12.2hh up to and inc. 14hh
27 Med/H’wt Show Hunter over 12.2hh up to and inc. 14hh

CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER – $40 cash Sponsored by Barry and Joyce Walsh
RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER (2nd place getters to be on standby)
SUPREME CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER (to be judged at the conclusion of Official Pony and Hack
Rings) sponsored by Saddle World, Maddington


                                      OFFICIAL HACKS

Membership and current height certificates to be presented on the day. Only current EWA riders
and horses eligible to compete in this section.
RING 4 (on the enclosed surface)
Commences: 9.15am
Entry Fee: $35.00 (inc. $5 EWA levy) plus $5.00 once only ground fee per horse entitles entry into
any or all Hack Classes (inc. Show Hunter) for which the horse is eligible.
INSURANCE: Only current EWA members and registered horses may compete in this section.
Entries to be posted to Pam Smit, PO Box 53, Kojonup 6395 by Wednesday 13th October.
 Cheques to be made payable to Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc. NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY!
Prize Money: 1st - $12 2nd - $7.00 3rd - $4.00 except where specified.
Bowler Hats and Top Hats permitted for EWA Riders over 18 yrs of age.
28 Rider 31yrs and over
29 Rider 22yrs to 30yrs
30 Rider 18yrs to 21yrs

CHAMPION SENIOR RIDER – Mrs. M.L. Hubbe Memorial Trophy sponsored by Mrs. Helen Young -
$35
RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR RIDER (2nd place getters to be on stand by)

31 Best Turned out Horse/Rider- judged on the ring. $20 for 1st prize
32 Novice Hack over 14hh to be ridden in snaffle bridle (no top hats) not to have won more than 3
x 1st placings at any official fixture
33 Small Hack over 14hh up to and inc. 14.2hh
34 Small Hack over 14.2hh up to and inc. 15hh
35 Large Hack over 15hh Up to and inc. 15.2hh
36 Large Hack over 15.2hh up to and inc. 16hh
37 Large Hack over 16h
38 Lightweight Small Hack over 14hh up to and inc. 15hh
39 Med/Heavyweight Small Hack over 14hh up to and inc. 15hh
40 Lightweight Large Hack over 15hh
41 Med/Heavyweight Large Hack over 15hh
42 Ladies Small Hack over 14hh up to and inc. 15hh
43 Gents Small Hack over 14hh up to and inc. 15hh
44 Ladies Large Hack over 15hh
45 Gents Large Hack over 15hh
NOTE: Horse is only eligible for Ladies or Gents small/large hack – NOT BOTH

CHAMPION SMALL HACK – (From classes 33,34,38,39,42,43) – $55 cash sponsored by Pat and Peter
Terry
RESERVE CHAMPION SMALL HACK (2nd place getters to be on stand by)

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CHAMPION LARGE HACK – (from classes 35,36,37,40,41,44,45) - $55 cash sponsored by Pascoe,
Hudson, Broome and Blythe.
RESERVE CHAMPION LARGE HACK (2nd place getters to be on stand by)
SUPREME CHAMPION HACK – To come from Champions within this section - $50 cash sponsored by
Kahala Park Show Horses.

Judge’s Refreshment Break – 10 minutes


                                 SHOW HUNTER CLASSES
                                 (Dress Code strictly adhered to)

Prize Money 1st - $12; 2nd - $7; 3rd - $4

46   Best Presented Show Hunter Hack – workout to be judged on the circle.
47   Lightweight Show Hunter over 14hh up to and inc. 15hh
48   Med/H’wt Show Hunter over 14hh up to and inc. 15hh
49   Lightweight Show Hunter over 15hh
50   Med/H’wt Show Hunter over 15hh

CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER - $40 cash sponsored by J & J Watkinson.
RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER (2nd place getters to be on standby)
SUPREME CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER – To be judged at the conclusion of the Official Pony and
Hack Rings – Gift Voucher sponsored by Saddle World, Maddington.




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                            PONY CLUB TURNOUT EVENTS

RING 1 – 8.30am start

FULL PONY CLUB TURNOUT ATTIRE REQUIRED however plaiting not a necessity. (Refer to Pony
Club Manual for details)
Entry Fee: $5.00 per class – please quote PCA of WA member number on entry.
INSURANCE: If you are not a member of the EWA or Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc., then each rider is
required to pay a once only $20 personal liability insurance cover fee. Entries to be posted to Pam
Smit, PO Box 53, Kojonup 6395 by Wednesday 13th October.
Prize Money: 1st - $10; 2nd - $4; 3rd - $2

51 Pony Club Turnout Event – Rider 17 years and over – sponsored by Kojonup Pharmacy, workout
on the ring at walk, trot and canter
52 Pony Club Turnout Event – Rider 11 years up to and inc. 16yrs – sponsored by Kojonup
Pharmacy, workout on the ring at walk trot and canter
53 Pony Club Turnout Event – Rider 10 yrs and under – sponsored by Kojonup Pharmacy, workout
on the ring at walk and trot only.

N.W. KNOWLES MEMORIAL TROPHY and $50 Cash and special sash -winners of classes 51, 52 and
53 eligible.



                        ENCOURAGEMENT RING - UNOFFICIAL

RING 1 – Commences at the completion of the Pony Club Turnout Events

                                      Plaiting optional
Entry Fee: $25.00 plus $5.00 ground fee per horse/pony entitles entry into any or all
Encouragement Ring classes for which horse/pony is eligible.
INSURANCE: If you are not a member of the EWA or Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc., then each rider is
required to pay a once only $20 personal liability insurance cover fee. Entries to be posted to Pam
Smit, PO Box 53, Kojonup 6395 by Wednesday 13th October. Cheques to be made payable to
Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc. NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY!

Prize Money 1st - $10.00 2nd - $4 .00 3rd - $2.00

54 Kojonup District Hack 14hh and under (official ponies eligible) – first prize donated by Kojonup
Agricultural Supplies – Gift Voucher and special sash
55 Walk and trot only class
56 Rider 13 years and under
57 Rider 14 years – 17 years
58 Pony 13 hands and under
59 Pony over 13hh up to and inc. 14hh
60 Girl’s Pony 14 hands and under
61 Boy’s Pony 14 hands and under
62 Pleasure Pony up to and inc. 14hh (snaffle bridle only)

CHAMPION UNOFFICIAL RIDDEN PONY – (all 1st place getters eligible) – sponsored by Albany Chaff
RESERVE CHAMPION UNOFFICIAL RIDDEN PONY (2nd place getters to be on standby)

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RING 2 – 8.45am start – plaiting optional

63 Kojonup District Hack over 14hh (official horses eligible) –first prize donated by Kojonup
Agricultural Supplies – Gift voucher and special sash
64 Rider 18 – 25 years
65 Rider 26 years and over
66 Horse over 14hh up and incl. 15hh
67 Horse over 15hh up to and inc. l6hh
68 Horse over 16 hands
69 Ladies Horse over 14hh
70 Gents Horse over 14hh
71 Pleasure Horse over 14hh (snaffle bridle only)

CHAMPION UNOFFICIAL HACK – (all 1st place getters eligible) – sponsored by Albany Chaff

RESERVE CHAMPION UNOFFICIAL HACK (2nd place getters to be on standby)



                                            NOVELTIES

Commences at 3.00pm approximately
NOTE: Riders must wear safety-approved helmet AUS/NZ3838 and smooth soled riding boots when
competing.
INSURANCE: If you are not a member of the EWA or Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc., then each rider is
required to pay a once only $20 personal liability insurance cover fee.
Entry Fee: $10.00 per horse/rider combination and entitles entry into all events for which the
combination is eligible. Entry to be sent to Pam Smit, PO Box 53, Kojonup 6395, by Wednesday 13th
October. Cheques to be made payable to the Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc.
NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY!
Kareela Hill Stud Trophy for most points in this section. Class 72, 73 and 74 not eligible.

Prize Money: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $2.00

Riders in classes 72, 73 and 74 can compete in led novelties only. Leader of pony in led novelties is
not to be in front of the pony’s head during the race or they will risk disqualification.

72   Led Ride and Run
73   Led Flag Race
74   Led Bending Race
75   Flag Race, rider 10 years and under
76   Flag Race, rider 11 years to 14 years
77   Flag Race, rider 15 years and over
78   Bending Race, rider 10 years and under
79   Bending Race, rider 11 years to 14 years                    We take this opportunity
80   Bending Race, rider 15 years and over                       to thank the Kojonup
81   Sack Race, rider 10 years and under                         Polo and Polocrosse
82   Sack Race, rider 11 years to 14 years                       Club for running the
83   Sack race, rider 15 years and over                          Novelty events.




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                                      BARREL RACING
                          Sponsored by the Kojonup Veterinary Hospital

Commences after the Novelties have finished.
NOTE: Riders must wear safety-approved helmet AUS/NZ3838 and smooth soled riding boots when
competing.
INSURANCE: If you are not a member of the EWA or Kojonup Equestrian Club Inc, then each rider is
required to pay a once only $20 personal liability insurance cover fee.
Entry Fee: $5.00 per rider/horse combination. Entry to be posted to Pam Smit, PO Box 53, Kojonup
6395 by Wednesday 13th October. Cheques to be made payable to the Kojonup Equestrian Club
Inc. NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY!

Prize Money: 1st $15.00 2nd $6.00
Best time from 2 heats.

84 Barrel race rider 12 years and under
85 Barrel race rider 13 years to 17 years
86 Barrel Race rider 18 years and over




                                       SHOW JUMPING
 Conducted by the Kojonup Pony Club Inc. Under PCA of WA Rules Non-graded Unofficial Events
                     ENTRY ON SEPARATE SHOW JUMPING ENTRY FORM
                   ENTRY ON THE DAY AT SHOW JUMPING TENT ON ARENA

Enquiries: Tim Trezise 98341142

NOTE: Riders must wear full Pony Club uniform or suitable event riding attire, safety-approved
helmet AUS/NZ3838 or its equivalent and smooth soled riding boots when riding.
INSURANCE: If you are not a member of EWA or Kojonup Equestrian Club then each rider is
required to pay a once only $20 personal liability insurance cover fee.
Ground Fees: $5.00 per Horse/Pony


                                    Commences 10.30am

ENTRY FEE:    Classes 1-3, $3.00 per class (only enter 2 heights per horse/rider combination)
              Classes 4-13, $5.00 per class (only enter 2 heights per horse/rider combination)
ENTRY:        To be made at the SHOW JUMPING TENT ON THE OVAL between 9am – 10.00am
              for a 10.30am start.
PRIZES:       Class 1 and 2 - Ribbon Only
        Class 3 – 11 - 1st - $15; 2nd - $10; 3rd - $5
        Class 12 and 13 - $50 – 1st place only

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KOJONUP PONY CLUB MEDALION awarded to the PCAWA rider/horse combination that accumulate
most show jumping points on the day.

Class 1 Clear round, maximum height 30cms, ribbon only
Class 2 Clear round, maximum height 45cms, ribbon only
Class 3 Table AM7, maximum height 60cms      Sponsored by G and R McGuire
Class 4 Table AM7, maximum height 60cms      Sponsored by Kojonup IGA
Class 5 Table AM7, maximum height 80cms      Sponsored by Kojonup IGA
Class 6 Table AM7, maximum height 100cms Sponsored by Kojonup Co-operative
Class 7 Power and Speed, maximum height 100cms       Sponsored by Kojonup Co-operative
Class 8 Power and Speed, maximum height 80cms        Sponsored by Tim Trezise Farmanco
Class 9 Power and Speed, maximum height 60cms        Sponsored by Tim Trezise Farmanco
Class 10        Top Score, maximum height 80cms      Sponsored by Harris’s Garage and Exhaust
Class 11        Top Score, maximum height 100cms     Sponsored by Harris’s Garage and Exhaust
IF TIME PERMITS (Novelties will be running)
Class 12        Six Bar 14.2hh and under             Sponsored by Genstock
Class 13        Six Bar 14.3hh and over      Sponsored by David Jannings Landmark Realty




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                                   SECTION B - WOOL

Steward:              David Mathwin     Ph: 9831 1761

Entries close                   8.00am Saturday 16th October 2010
                      (Entries taken in on Friday afternoon appreciated)
Entry Fee:            Members $2.20 Non members $4.40 per entry per class.
Points awarded:       Champion 3 points 1st 3 points 2nd 2 points
                      No added points for Grand Champion

Prize Money sponsored by GM and LM Bilney, JL and CM Lewis, and RK and EH Young.

1st - $15.00      2nd - $5.00

KOJONUP P&A SOCIETY Ribbon - Awarded to all Champions
TROPHY PRESENTATION in the Sheep Pavilion at a time to be announced on Show Day

KOJONUP ROTARY PERPETUAL TROPHY Most Points in the Wool Room
KOJONUP AG SUPPLIES TROPHY Champion Fine Fleece
ACF WOOL TRADERS TROPHY Champion Medium Fleece
LG and JM MARINONI TROPHY Champion Strong Fleece
PRIMARIES WA TROPHY Champion Ram Fleece
STAWOOL AUSTRALIA TROPHY Champion Housed Fleece
MISTY HILLS TROPHY Champion Unhoused Fleece
TERRY WALDRON MLA TROPHY Most Points Commercial Farmers Fleece
BANK WEST TROPHY Most Points Wool and Sheep Sections

EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE:
Fleeces must be from current year’s clip and must not exceed a maximum of 390 days’ growth.

Judges are empowered to re-class entries if necessary. Grand Champion Fleece not to be selected
from Ram Fleeces.

All Fleeces Classes 5-10 may be eligible for Championship. All Classes will be judged on points.

Exhibits may be received from 4.00 pm onwards Friday 15th October and up to 8.30 am on Show
Day. Entries after this time may not be accepted.
Judging commences at 9.00 am, Saturday 16th October in the Wool Room.
Wool is to be removed from the Wool Pavilion between 4.45 pm and 5.30 pm on Show Day.

Class
HOUSED MERINO: 1 fleece, open class, not to be a Rams Fleece
1. Merino fleece, fine
2. Merino fleece, medium
3. Merino fleece, strong

RAMS FLEECE, HOUSED OR UNHOUSED
4. Merino, Ram fleece, fine
5. Merino, Ram fleece, medium
6. Merino, Ram fleece, strong

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                                  SECTION B – WOOL (Cont)
UNHOUSED
7. Merino, 1 fleece, fine
8. Merino, 1 fleece, medium
9. Merino, 1 fleece, strong
10. Merino, 2 fleeces, fine
11. Merino, 2 fleeces, medium
12. Merino, 2 fleeces, strong

COMMERCIAL FARMERS FLEECES
(Registered Stud Breeders, not eligible to compete)
13. Merino, 1 fleece, fine
14. Merino, 1 fleece, medium
15. Merino, 1 fleece, strong
16. Merino, 1 fleece, ewe or wether, skirted, highest commercial value
    (to be indicated by Judge)


                                    WOOL JUDGING POINT SCALE

                                Character              20
                                Handle                 14
                                Colour or Bloom        10
                                Length                 14
                                Soundness              16
                                Evenness               10
                                Density                16

                                TOTAL                  100




Entry forms can be posted:
                       Kojonup P&A Society
                       PO Box 104
                       KOJONUP 6395

               or they can be left in a Show Box at any of the following:
                        Kojonup Telecentre
                        Kojonup Country Kitchen
                        A Quilters’ Studio
                        The Kojonup Show Office
                           Unit 2-88 Albany Highway, KOJONUP




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                             SECTION C - MERINO SHEEP

CHIEF STEWARD:          N Radford (98311200)

STEWARDS:               M Gibbs, G Jones, W Jones

Entries Close:           5.00 pm Tuesday 12th October 2010
Entry Fee:               Members $3.30          Non members $5.50
All sheep must be penned by 8.00 am.
Kojonup Lions Club generously supports the Kojonup Show by preparing the Sheep Pavilion for Show
Day. Exhibitors are not permitted to bring their own hay or straw.
CONDITIONS:
No animal may compete in more than one class, except Special Classes as per Schedule.
Sheep competing in under 1.5 year old classes MUST NOT show more than two permanent teeth.
Irregular Entries: The judges have the right to direct the removal of any sheep that may, in their
opinion, be entered in the wrong class and shall request the steward to place it in its proper class.
A policy has been adopted by Kojonup P&A Society requiring all users of the Pavilion to pay
$1.00/entry into a Trust Account. This money is to be used for future shed expansion and
maintenance. Entry fees include this cost.
Points awarded: Champion                3 points        1st 3 points      2nd              2 points
No added points for Supreme Exhibit, Grand Champion or Reserve Grand Champion
Ribbons - Awarded to all Champions

                                      SPECIAL TROPHIES
BANKWEST TROPHY                 Most Points Wool and Sheep sections
COOLANGATTA MERINO STUD TROPHY         Most Points Merino Sheep Section
WHITFERT TROPHY                        Supreme Exhibit in Section C
ANGENUP TROPHY                  Grand Champion Ram
PRIMARIES TROPHY                Reserve Champion Ram
DJ and ND JACKSON TROPHY        Grand Champion Ewe
KOJONUP AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES TROPHY Reserve Champion Ewe
WEMBLEY PARK TROPHY                    Junior Champion Ram
N M OUTHWAITE TROPHY                   Junior Champion Ewe
GENSTOCK (W.A) TROPHY                  Champion Ram Bred in Kojonup Shire
MRS C H BURBURY TROPHY                 Champion Ewe Bred in Kojonup Shire
KOJONUP AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES TROPHY Champion Poll Merino Ram
EGABVA PLUMBING TROPHY          Most Points Farmers Classes
LEWIS VALLEY TROPHY             Champion Ewe Farmers Class
KOJONUP P&A SOCIETY TROPHY               Most Points Full/Short Wool Classes 1-13




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                           SECTION C - MERINO SHEEP (cont)
               FULL or SHORT WOOL CLASSES (Shorn March 1st 2010 onwards)
Fine Wool
1. Ewe, 1.5 years and under
2. Ewe, over 1.5 years
3. Ram, under 1.5 years,
Medium Wool
4. Ewe, 1.5 years and under
5. Ewe, over 1.5 years
6. Ram, under 1.5 years
Strong Wool
7. Ewe, 1.5 years and under
8. Ewe, over 1.5 years
9. Ram, less than 1.5 years
MERINO RAM
10. Merino Ram, fine, medium or strong wool, not showing more than 4 teeth.
POLL RAMS
11. Fine wool, poll ram, less than 1.5 years,
12. Medium wool, poll ram, less than 1.5 years,
13. Strong wool, poll ram, less than 1.5 years,
Albany Printers Trophy Most Points Full or Short Wool Classes 1-13

                                      SPECIAL CLASSES
              Sheep for Classes 14, 15 and 16 may be taken from other classes
14. BREEDERS GROUP - Ram and 2 ewes, any age.
     (Judged with regard to type/conformity necessary in breeding and need
      not be of the same strength)                      PJ&MW MARINONI & SONS TROPHY
15. Pen of 3 ewes, under 1.5 years, SAME LENGTH OF WOOL.
     (Must not show more than 2 permanent teeth)       MRS C H BURBURY TROPHY
16. Pen of 3 rams, less than 1.5 years, SAME LENGTH OF WOOL.
     (Must not show more than 2 permanent teeth).              M J and J PHILIPPS TROPHY
17. Pen of 3 ewe lambs, born after 1st March 2010      MRS C H BURBURY TROPHY
18. Pen of 3 ram lambs, born after 1st March 2010      ELDERS LIMITED TROPHY

FARMERS CLASSES
Registered Stud Breeders are not eligible to compete in these classes.
FULL OR SHORT WOOL
Fine, Medium or Strong Wool
19. Ewe, under 1.5 years                      MRS P CHURCH TROPHY
20. Ewe, over 1.5 years                 A & W ANDERSON & CO TROPHY
21. Pen of 3 ewes, under 1.5 years            R F & M R BILNEY TROPHY
22. Pen of 3 ewes or wether lambs             HORNBY RURAL AGENCIES TROPHY
23. Ram under 1.5 years                       KOJONUP P&A SOCIETY TROPHY




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     SECTION D – SHEEP, BRITISH and AUSTRALASIAN BREEDS

CHIEF STEWARD:        Eric Wright 9832 8034

Entries Close:        5.00 pm Tuesday 12th October 2010
Entry Fee:            Members $3.30 Non members $5.50
Points awarded:       Champion 3 points 1st 3 points 2nd 2 points
                      No added points for Grand Champion

Points carry for BANKWEST TROPHY
ELDERS LIMITED TROPHY           Supreme Champion Ram (Overall)
BANKWEST TROPHY Supreme Champion Ewe (Overall)
JR and JM GLOVER TROPHY         Champion Group All Breeds
All British Breeds to be shorn.
All ewes 1.5 years or over competing in this section MUST have a lamb at foot or be visibly in
lamb, or show evidence of having a lamb during the last breeding season.

Kojonup Lions Club generously supports the Kojonup Show by preparing the Sheep
Pavilion for Show Day. Exhibitors are not permitted to bring their own hay or straw.
All sheep must be penned by 8.30 am on Show Day.

SUFFOLKS
Class:
1. Ram, over 1.5 years
2. Ram, under 1.5 years
3. Pair of Rams, under 1.5 years
4. Ram lamb, 7 months and under
5. Ewe, over 1.5 years
6. Ewe, under 1.5 years
7. Pair of Ewes, under 1.5 years
8. Ewe lamb, 7 months and under
9. Group Class, 1 ram, 2 ewes under 1.5 years selected from previous classes

TROPHIES
LT TOOVEY and SONS              Most Points Suffolks
EGABVA PLUMBING                 Champion Suffolk Ram
MERUNAH SUFFOLKS                Champion Suffolk Ewe
PAMELLEN STUD                   Pair Suffolk Ewes

                              BRITISH and AUSTRALASIAN BREEDS
POLL DORSET
Classes:
10. Ram, over 1.5 years
11. Ram, under 1.5 years
12. Pair of Rams, under 1.5 years
13. Ram lamb, 7 months and under
14. Ewe, over 1.5 years
15. Ewe, under 1.5 years
16. Pair of Ewes, under 1.5 years

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17. Ewe lamb, 7 months and under
18. Group Class, 1 ram, 2 ewes under 1.5 years selected from previous classes
KOJONUP COOP TROPHY                    Most Points Poll Dorsets

                                SECTION D – SHEEP (cont)
BORDER LEICESTER
19. Ram, over 1.5 years
20. Ram, under 1.5 years
21. Pair of Rams, under 1.5 years
22. Ram lamb, 7 months and under
23. Ewe, over 1.5 years
24. Ewe, under 1.5 years
25. Pair of Ewes, under 1.5 years
26. Ewe lamb, 7 months and under
27. Group Class, 1 ram, 2 ewes under 1.5 years selected from previous classes
R and L SEBBES TROPHY                  Most Points Border Leicester
WHITE SUFFOLKS
28. Ram, over 1.5 years
29. Ram, under 1.5 years
30. Pair of Rams, under 1.5 years
31. Ram lamb, 7 months and under
32. Ewe, over 1.5 years
33. Ewe, under 1.5 years
34. Pair of Ewes, under 1.5 years
35. Ewe lamb, 7 months and under
36. Group Class, 1 ram, 2 ewes under 1.5 years selected from previous classes
BW and D GARDNER TROPHY Most Points White Suffolks
TEXEL
37. Ram, over 1.5 years
38. Ram, under 1.5 years
39. Pair of Rams, under 1.5 years
40. Ram lamb, 7 months and under
41. Ewe, over 1.5 years
42. Ewe, under 1.5 years
43. Pair of Ewes, under 1.5 years
44. Ewe lamb, 7 months and under
45. Group Class, 1 ram, 2 ewes under 1.5 years selected from previous classes
D and C FORRESTER TROPHY Most Points Texel

ANY OTHER BREED
46. Ram, over 1.5 years
47. Ram, under 1.5 years
48. Pair of Rams, under 1.5 years
49. Ram lamb, 7 months and under
50. Ewe, over 1.5 years
51. Ewe, under 1.5 years
52. Pair of Ewes, under 1.5 years
53. Ewe lamb, 7 months and under
54. Group of 1 ram and 2 ewes under 1.5 years selected from previous classes
MJ and J PHILIPPS TROPHY              Most Points Any Other Breed



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                          SECTION E - SHEAF TOSSING

Steward:             Peter Hart (9832 3005)
ENTRIES TAKEN ON SHOW DAY
Entry Fee:           $2.20 per event
Prize Money:         $350.00 to be won

We thank the following sponsors for their support:
Beaufort River Meats, PHBB and Associates, Kojonup Tyre Service, Max Hart
Events:                Highest Toss, Open
                       Highest Toss, Teams Event, Open, 3 per team
                       Highest Toss, Ladies, Open




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                            SECTION F – VEGETABLES

Steward:             Mrs Daniela Brown (9831 1370)

Entry Fee:               Members 55c Non members $1.10
Prize Money:             1st $2.00 2nd $1.00
Entries Close:           5.00 pm Thursday 14th October 2010
All exhibits MUST be in place by 8.00 am. Judging COMMENCES at 9.00am.
Exhibitors Please Note: All exhibits are to be grown by exhibitor.
All varieties to be named if possible.
Class:
1. Kitchen Garden, 5 varieties Points given for Presentation         5
                                    Number of vegetables             5
                                    Quality of vegetables           10
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                                    TOTAL:                          20
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2. Onions, white or brown, 3 with tops
3. Collection Root Vegetables, 3 with tops, any variety
4. Broccoli, 1 head
5. Rhubarb, 6 stalks, any variety
6. Silver beet, 6 leaves
7. Lettuce, any variety
8. Cauliflower
9. Cabbage, any variety
10. Green peas, 10 pods
11. Broad beans, 10 pods
12. Potatoes, 6
13. Pumpkin, 1 Butternut
14. Pumpkin, any other variety
15. Collection of herbs, for culinary use
16. Lemons, 3
17. Citrus fruit, limit 3, one variety
18. Fruit in season, limit 6, not citrus
19. Vegetable, not previously mentioned

TROPHIES
J & K CARRINGTON-JONES TROPHY                 Most Points vegetables




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                SECTION G – FRUITS, PRESERVES and EGGS

STEWARD:              Mrs Debbie Hartley         (9862 5058)

Entries Close:        5.00 pm Tuesday 12th October 2010
All exhibits MUST be in place by 8.30 am.
Judging COMMENCES at 9.00 am.
Exhibitors are responsible for their own exhibits after 5.00 pm.

Entry Fee:              Members 55c Non members $1.10
Prize Money:            1st $2.00        2nd $1.00
Exhibitors Please Note:
All jars and bottles are to be clear glass. All Preserves to be named.
Labels should not be excessive. Allow for removal of tops for judging

Class:
1. Collection of bottled fruit, no more than 6 and no less than 3
2. One bottle of preserved fruit
3. Collection of 3 jams, distinct
4. One jar of jam, any variety
5. One jar of fruit jelly, any variety
6. One jar of marmalade, any variety
7. Collection of pickles, sauce or chutney (3 distinct)
8. One jar of chutney or relish
9. One jar of mustard pickles
10. One jar of pickles, clear
11. One bottle of tomato sauce
12. One bottle of sauce, any other variety
13. One jar of lemon butter
14. Basket of preserved produce, minimum 6 items
15. Preserved foodstuff or produce
16. Hen eggs, 6
17. Bantam eggs, 6

TROPHIES
MRS PHYL BILNEY MEMORIAL TROPHY Most Points Fruits, Preserves and Eggs
PRESIDENT’S TROPHY              Points will carry for this Trophy
CWA TROPHY                      Points will carry for this Trophy




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                                 SECTION H - BAKERY
                                       For Amateurs only

Steward:             Mrs Bec Bignell (9831 0333)

Entries Close:          5.00 pm on Tuesday 12th October 2010
All exhibits MUST be in place by 8.30 am on show day. Judging COMMENCES at 9.00 am
Exhibitors are responsible for their own exhibit after 5.00 pm
Entry Fee:              Members 55c Non members $1.10
Prize Money:            Class 1          1st - $4.00 2nd - $2.00
                        Classes 2-4      1st - $3.00 2nd - $1.50
                        All other classes          1st - $2.00    2nd - $1.00
Exhibitors must provide plastic bags for their own exhibits.
Cakes to be unfilled and un-iced unless otherwise specified.
All fruit cakes to be baked in 18 cm – 26 cm (7" to 10") tins.
All Classes to be labelled with Class and type – eg Class 17: Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Class:
1. Decorated Fruit Cake
2. Light Fruit Cake (sultanas and cherries only)
3. Dark Fruit Cake
4. Boiled Fruit Cake
5. Savoury, 6 small, any variety
6. Nut, fruit or plain loaf, suitable buttering
7. Orange Cake, baked in loaf tin
8. Vegetable Cake
9. Chocolate Cake, not iced
10. Sponge Sandwich, no filling, no butter, any variety
11. Small Cakes, 6 plain
12. Scones, 6 plain
13. Scones, 6 any other variety (eg Pumpkin, Fruit)
14. Slice, 6 pieces, one variety
15. Unbaked slice, 6 pieces, one variety
16. Biscuits, 6 one variety, fancy, open
17. Drop Cookies, 6 one variety
18. Loaf of bread made in Bread Machine, any variety
19. Loaf of bread made by hand, any variety
20. "Something Different to serve with Coffee" limit 6 one variety
21. Something that promotes the Show’s Theme

TROPHIES
KOJONUP COUNTRY KITCHEN Most Points Bakery
PRESIDENT’S TROPHY      Points will carry for these trophies
CWA TROPHY                      “
KOJONUP CO-OP TROPHY            “




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                                SECTION I - FLOWERS
                                     CUTS and SPECIMENS

STEWARD:             Mrs Suzie Prandi ( 9831 1401)
Entries Close:        5.00 pm on Thursday 14th October 2010. Late entries accepted up to 2.00 pm
on Friday 15th October 2010.
All exhibits MUST be in place by 2.00 pm on Friday 15th October 2010.
Judging COMMENCES at 2.30 pm Friday 15th October 2010.
Exhibitors are responsible for their own exhibits after 5.00 pm on Show Day.
                                  No Entry Fee, No Prize Money
Exhibitors please note:
Exhibits will be disqualified if other than stated number of specimens.
Exhibit cards MUST be attached to exhibits.
Cuts and Specimens in each class are to be in one container unless otherwise specified.
Exhibits must be grown by the exhibitor.
Definitions
         Specimen: One bloom only on a bare or leafy stalk according to species.
         No buds. No laterals.
         Cut: More than one bloom or floret, buds, with leaves and laterals according to species.
         Distinct: same type, but different colour.
         NND: not necessarily distinct.
         TRUE GERANIUM: Trailing plant with pink, mauve or blue five petals flower – common name
         “Crane’s Bell”.
         ZONAL PELARGONIUM: Commonly referred to as Geraniums.
         REGAL PELARGONIUM: Commonly referred to as Pelargonium. Flowers resemble single
         azalea or rhododendron flowers.
CONTAINERS WILL BE PROVIDED
Class:
1. Collection of Old Fashioned/Heritage Roses
2. Heritage Rose - one with foliage (including David Austen)
3. Rose, one specimen
4. Roses, two specimens
5. Roses, six specimens, NND, separate containers
6. Rose, one variety, three stages, bud, perfect and full blown
7. Rose, Polyanthus or Floribunda, one cut, must have more
    than one bloom on stem
8. Camellia, one specimen with foliage, any variety
9. Carnation, one specimen
10. Carnation, three specimens, NND
11. Poppies, six specimens any varieties
12. Sweet Peas, six stems
13. Sweet Peas, three stems
14. Snapdragons, one cut
15. Snapdragons, two cuts, separate containers
16. Stocks, one cut
17. Pansies or violas, three specimens with collars, separate containers, NND
18. True Geranium (common name Cranes Bill), single, one head with own leaf

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19.   Zonal Pelargonium, single, one head, variegated foliage, at least three colours in leaves
20.   Zonal Pelargonium, single, one head with own leaf
21.   Zonal Pelargonium, double, one head with own leaf
22.   Zonal Pelargonium, double, two heads with own leaf, distinct, separate containers
23.   Ivy leaf Pelargonium, Ivy leaf, two cuts with own leaf, distinct, separate containers
24.   Regal Pelargonium, one head with own leaf
25.   Regal Pelargonium, three heads with own leaf, separate containers
26.   Fuchsia, single, one cut
27.   Fuchsia, double, one cut
28.   Daisies, three cuts, distinct
29.   Two annuals, one of each, different varieties, separate containers, named if possible
30.   Two flowering shrubs, in bloom, garden type, one cut of each, different varieties, separate
      containers, named if possible
31.   Two flowering shrubs, in bloom, Australian native, one cut of each, different varieties, separate
      containers, named if possible
32.   Two Garden Flowers (not specified elsewhere in this section) - different varieties, one of each,
      separate containers, named if possible
33.   Iris, three Stalks Tall Bearded, distinct, separate containers
34.   Iris, Tall Bearded, one stalk
35.   Iris, Louisiana, one stalk
36.   Iris, one stalk, not previously mentioned
37.   Three Iris florets, no buds, stems not to exceed 5 cm, separate containers
TROPHIES
KOJONUP P & A SOCIETY TROPHY                Most Points Flowers – Cuts and Specimens
KOJONUP GARDEN CLUB TROPHY                  Best Two Garden Flowers (Class 30)
ROSETTE                                     Most Outstanding Exhibit
PRESIDENT’S TROPHY                          Points carry for this overall trophy)




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                               SECTION J - POT PLANTS

STEWARD:              Mrs Robyn Potter (9831 1448)
Entries Close:        5.00 pm on Thursday 14th October 2010.
All exhibits MUST be in place by 2.00 pm on Friday 15th October 2010.
Judging COMMENCES at 2.30 pm, Friday.
                                   No Entry Fee, No Prize Money
Exhibitors please note:
Use of oily substances on leaves is prohibited. Exhibits MUST be grown by the exhibitor. Plants are to
be grown in and exhibited in pots (or similar). Hanging containers must not exceed 40 cm in
diameter. Exhibit cards MUST be under exhibit.
POT PLANTS
Class:
1. Maiden hair fern
2. Fern, any other variety
3. Foliage plant
4. Variegated foliage plant
5. Elkhorn - mounted
6. Bonsai
7. Geranium, in flower
8. Orchid in flower
9. Flowering plant, grown from bulb, corm, tuber or rhizome
10. Flowering plants, not previously specified, two or more
11. Garden, two or more plants in one pot, distinct
12. Collection of three Cacti or Succulents, separate pots, (pots no larger than 20 cms)
13. Cacti or Succulent garden, two or more plants in one pot
14. Patio plant, any size
15. Collection of three plants, suitable for potpourri
16. Plant/s in a wheel barrow, be creative!
17. Plant or plants in an interesting pot
18. Any other pot plant
HANGING CONTAINERS
Class:
19. Maiden Hair Fern
20. Any variety of fern (not asparagus)
21. Foliage plant not otherwise specified
22. Variegated foliage plant
23. Plant in flower, any variety
24. Garden, two or more plants (annuals) in a novelty container, distinct
25. Fuchsia, foliage may be exhibited if not in flower
TROPHIES
PRESIDENT’S and KOJONUP CO-OP            Points carry for these trophies




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            SECTION K- FLOWER ARRANGING - DECORATIVE

STEWARDS:             Mrs Rosie Hewson (9833 6224)
                      Mrs Goldie Hendricks (9832 8183)
Entries Close:        5.00 pm on Thursday 14th October 2010.
All exhibits MUST be in place by 2.00 pm on Friday 15th October 2010.
Judging COMMENCES at 2.30 pm, Friday.

Flowers/foliage need to be grown by the exhibitor
                                   No Entry Fee, No Prize Money
Exhibitors please note:
A Vase is greater in height than in width.
A bowl is greater in width than in height.
Unless specified a vase or bowl may be used.

Class:
1. Container of annuals
2. Container of sweet peas
3. Container of geraniums and/or pelargonium
4. Container of mixed flowers, at least three varieties, own foliage
5. Container of flowers grown from bulb, corm, tuber or rhizome
6. Container of native flora, garden grown
7. Container of small flowers, at least three varieties
    (must not exceed 15 cm in overall height and width)
8. Container of foliage only, at least three varieties
9. Container of heritage roses

TROPHIES
VICKI O’HALLORAN TROPHY         Most Points Flower Arranging




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                               SECTION L - FLORAL ART

STEWARDS:             Mrs Rosie Hewson (9833 6224)
                      Mrs Goldie Hendricks (9832 8183)
Entries Close:        5.00 pm on Thursday 14th October 2010.
All exhibits MUST be in place by 2.00 pm on Friday 15th October 2010.
Judging COMMENCES at 2.30 pm, Friday.
Exhibitors are responsible for their own exhibits after 5.00 pm on Show Day.

                                   No Entry Fee, No Prize Money
Exhibitors please note:
Exhibit cards MUST be under exhibits.
Flowers need not necessarily be grown by exhibitor.
Stewards recommend conditioning of flowers for at least 12 hours before arranging.
No artificial, dried or painted plant or wired material may be used in any exhibit unless otherwise
stated (i.e. no restriction).

Class:
1. Simplicity - three flowers, two foliage
2. Container/vase of predominantly foliage
3. Basket of flowers
4. Celebration “Kojonup’s Successes” – no restriction
5. Spring Splendour – no restriction
6. Arrangement using unusual container
7. Flowers and fruit/vegetables – no restriction
8. Christmas Flower Arrangement for table centre piece
9. Arrangement using Australian native flowers and/or foliage.
10. Romantic Interlude using candles and flowers – no restriction
TROPHIES
KOJONUP TENNIS CLUB TROPHY            Most Points Floral Art




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                             SECTION M – PATCHWORK

STEWARD:               Mrs Frankie Trouchet     (9831 0101)
Entries Close:         5.00 pm on Tuesday 12th October 2010
Exhibitors please note:
All entry forms and exhibits must be delivered to A Quilters’ Studio by 3.00 pm on Thursday 14th
October 2010.
All quilts except Mystery Quilts are JUDGED PRIOR TO SHOW!
Exhibitors are responsible for their own exhibits after 5.00 pm on Show Day.

ENTRY FEE:              Member          $1.00 Non member $2.00

ARTICLES CAN BE OFFERED FOR SALE. Please mark this on your entry form, indicate your sale price
and contact details, and inform the Steward when delivering the exhibit. Articles may only be
entered in one class.

Prizes: Class 1         XLN Fabric Pack value $100
        Class 2         XLN Fabric Pack value $100
        Class 3         A Quilters’ Studio $20
        Class 4         A Quilters’ Studio Pack value $50

PATCHWORK AND QUILTING
1. Open Class
2. Two person quilt – any quilt worked by more than one person
3. Children - Open class
4. Mystery quilt – theme “Kojonup’s Successes” minimum size 50cm2, maximum size 120cm2

TROPHIES
KOJONUP NEWS                         Most Points Overall SECTIONS M AND N
PRESIDENT’S and CWA                  Points carry for these Trophies




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                                  SECTION N - CRAFT

STEWARDS:              Mrs Jan Zacher 98321044

Entries Close:          5.00 pm on Tuesday 12th October 2010
All exhibits MUST be in place by 8.30 am, Saturday, 16th October 2010. Judging COMMENCES at 9.00
am.Exhibitors are responsible for their own exhibits after 5.00 pm on Show Day.
Exhibit cards MUST be attached to exhibits. ARTICLES CAN BE OFFERED FOR SALE, please mark this
on your entry form and indicate your sale price. Articles may only be entered in one class.
ENTRY FEES:                Member        $1.00 Non member $2.00
Prize Money:               1st $4.00     2nd $2.00
Class:
NEEDLEWORK - MACHINE OR HAND
1. Cross stitch item (framed or mounted)
2. Hand embroidered item
3. Machine embroidered item
4. Any other item not listed
KNITTING and CROCHET (Hand and/or Machine)
5. Knitted garment
6. Any other knitted item
7. Crocheted garment
8. Any other crocheted item
HANDICRAFT
9. Felted item – any method
10. Scarf – any material/method
11. Handbag – any material/method
12. Item of jewellery – any material/method
13. Beaded item – any material/method
14. Article of woodwork and/or metalwork
15. Any other item not listed
PAPERCRAFT
16. Greeting Card
17. Stamped Greeting Card
18. Scrapbooking - 2 page layout (one entry per person)
19. Scrapbooking - 1 page layout (two entries per person)
20. Any other item not listed
TROPHIES
KOJONUP NEWS                  Most Points Overall, SECTIONS M AND N
CW and FM OWEN                Most Points Needlework
MRS ROBYN RADFORD              Most Points Knitting and Crocheting
HORSE and HOBBY CRAFT         Most Points Handicraft
KYLIE LEUSCIATTI TROPHY        Most Points Paper craft by a child
PRESIDENT’S, KOJONUP COOP & CWA TROPHIES Points carry for these trophies




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                                     SECTION O - ART

STEWARD:              Mrs Cush Prasser-Jones ( 9831 0044)
Entries close:        5.00 pm Tuesday 12th October 2010

EXH IBITS must be delivered to the Show Office, Unit 2/88 Albany Hwy, Kojonup by 5.00 pm on
Tuesday 12th October 2010. Judging will be COMPLETED prior to Show Day. Exhibitors are
responsible for their own exhibits after 5.00 pm on Show Day.
Art Entry forms and entry fees must accompany artwork. RAS Art Award entries should also be
submitted with details on the Art entry form.
All pictures MUST be framed, dry and ready to hang. Art must be labeled with name of entrant on
the back. Artwork should have been completed within the last two years.

ARTICLES CAN BE OFFERED FOR SALE. Please mark this on your entry form, indicate your sale price
and contact details, and inform the Steward when delivering the exhibit.

NOVICE: Someone who has never won or been placed in an agricultural show.
ENTRY FEES:       Member $3.00 Non member $6.00
PRIZE MONEY:      1st $15.00               2nd     $7.00
ART IN COLOUR
Water colour, oil or acrylic, coloured pencil or pastels
Class:
1. Landscape/waterscape, any medium
2. Portrait – person, animal or bird study, any medium
3. Building or buildings, any medium
4. Flowers and/or fruit, any medium
5. Abstract or modern, any medium
6. Any subject not listed, any medium
ART IN BLACK AND WHITE
Pencil, charcoal or ink
7. Portrait – person, animal or bird study, any medium
8. Building or buildings, any medium
9. Flowers and/or fruit, any medium
10. Any subject not listed, any medium
SCULPTURE
11. Any subject
TROPHIES
KOJONUP P&A SOCIETY             Most outstanding exhibit
W and J HARVEY                  Most Points Overall
J CAPPER                        Most Points Novice
PRESIDENT’S TROPHY              Points carry for this trophy




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                         The Royal Agricultural Society of WA
                                Agricultural Art Award 2011


                                          PRIZE MONEY
        Best Artwork Overall                                              $1,800
        Runner Up                                                           $600
        JJ Award for Commendation & Encouragement                           $200
        Public Choice is                                                    $100


                                              THEME

                                       Of A Rural Nature


Entries are to be submitted through any RAS affiliated Agricultural Society for initial judging in the
preliminary heats which will be conducted between 31st July 2010 and 29th July 2011 at local shows.
The winning entry from each RAS affiliated Agricultural Society will be nominated by that
organization for the final judging of the Agricultural Art Award at the 2011 Perth Royal Show.

The Award will be made solely at the discretion of a panel of judges appointed by the RAS.

INFORMATION FOR ARTISTS
1. Completion of entries: Entry forms and Agricultural Show dates are available from RAS Affiliated
   Agricultural Societies or The RAS, Claremont , Showground’s, Claremont. Postal Address: PO Box
   135, Claremont 6910. The entries MUST BE SIGNED by the judge at your local Show on Show
   Day.
2. Paintings must not exceed 120cm x 120cm x 10cm including frame.
3. All works on paper must be professionally presented with formal metal or wood outer frames, art
   glass or similar cover, with acid free mounts and backings.
4. All exhibits must be the original work of the Exhibitor and must have been completed within two
   years before date of Pre-Selection Judging.
5. Diptych or Triptych Art works may be accepted for competition providing their combined size
   complies.


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        KOJONUP SHOW LOCAL EVENT ENTRY FEE                  $5.50

        Local Level Prize Money, sponsored by W & J Harvey:

                                                 1st - $75.00    2nd - $25.00




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                           SECTION P - PHOTOGRAPHY
                                       AMATEURS ONLY

STEWARDS:            Mrs Helen Wright (9833 6298)

Photography entry forms and exhibits MUST be delivered by 5.00 pm on
Tuesday 12th October 2010 to Show Office, Unit 2/88 Albany Hwy Kojonup.
JUDGING will be COMPLETED PRIOR to SHOWDAY.
   Exhibitors are responsible for their own exhibits after 5.00 pm on Show Day.
   All photographs MUST be taken by and be the work of the exhibitor, but not necessarily
    processed by the exhibitor.
   Photographs MUST NOT have been previously entered in the Kojonup Show.
   Photographs may only be entered in one class. The same photo will not be judged in the
    corresponding large print section.
   A limit of three entries, per person, per class applies.
   Photographs may be digital or conventional film.
   All photos NEED TO BE MOUNTED ON BLACK CARD WITH VELCRO DOTS ON THE BACK IN EACH
    OF THE FOUR CORNERS.
   All photographs MUST BE MOUNTED SECURELY leaving a 2 cm border around each photo (photo
    corners are inadequate).
   To transport or store mounted photographs, place photos face-to-face with Velcro dots on the
    outside so as to not scratch the picture.
   No captions, glass covers, un-mounted or framed entries accepted.
   Name, section and class must be penciled on back of mounting.


Entry Fee:           Members 55c       Non members $1.10
Prize Money:         1st $2.00         2nd $1.00
COLOUR PRINTS: up to 10 x 15 cm
Class:
1. Architecture
2. A child’s world - child or children engaged in an activity
3. Landscape - where the land aspect of the photo is predominant
4. Water study - where water is the predominant feature
5. Portrait or study of a person
6. Animal or animals - all creatures great and small
7. Rural – life or activity on the land
8. Sporting or recreational
9. Food – not on the hoof or in the paddock
10. Sunrise or sunset
11. Floral study – study of flower or flowers
12. Reflections or shadows
13. Open, any subject not included above
COLOUR ENLARGEMENTS: up to 40 cm x 50 cm including mount
Class:
14. Open – any subject not included above



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BLACK and WHITE/MONOCHROME PRINTS: up to 10 cm x 15 cm
Class:
15. Portrait - study of one or more persons, child or adult ranging from head to full length study
16. Open - any subject not previously included

BLACK and WHITE/MONOCHROME ENLARGEMENTS: up to 40 cm x 50 cm including mount
Class:
17. Open

TROPHIES
JONES ROAD EMPORIUM         Most Points overall – Kojonup Shire Resident (Classes 1-17)
KOJONUP PHARMACY Most Points overall (Class 1-17)
KOJONUP P & A SOCIETY       Most Points colour prints (Class 1-14)
MRS L CHISWELL        Most Points black and white/monochrome prints (Class 15-17)
PRESIDENT’S TROPHY Points carry for this trophy




                                     GUESS THE MICRON
                                       COMPETITION
                 Held in the George Jeffs Wool Room, running throughout
                                        Show Day
                                        Free Entry
                                      Prize Money
                                        1st $35.00
                                        2nd $15.00
                           Proudly Sponsored by A & N Goodall




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                             SECTION Q - CHILDREN'S WORK

CHIEF STEWARD:           Kirsten Carrington-Jones (9834 1154)
                                                   FREE ENTRY
                             st               nd
Prize Money:             1        $1.00   2         50c
This section is open to all school children up to Year 10.
Art and Photography Sections are judged before Show Day.
ART entries close at 5.00 pm on Tuesday 12th October 2010. Art work must be delivered to KDHS Art
Room or the Show Office, Unit 2/ 88 Albany Highway (near Country Kitchen), by 5.00 pm on Tuesday
12th October.
PHOTOGRAPHY entry forms and exhibits MUST be delivered by 5.00 pm on Tuesday 12th October to
the Show Office, Unit 2/ 88 Albany Highway (near Country Kitchen).
All other Children's Section entries close at 5.00 pm on Wednesday 13th October. These exhibits
MUST be in place by 8.30 am Show Day.
The Exhibition Halls are secured on Friday night and people can leave their exhibits in place from
2.00 pm on Friday afternoon.
Judging of all Children’s work, other than Art and Photography, starts at 9.00 am on Show Day.

Exhibitors are responsible for their own exhibits after 5.00 pm.

All work MUST be by exhibitor.

               AGE MUST BE STATED ON ENTRY FORM AND ATTACHED TO EXHIBITS
SPECIAL TROPHIES
VICE PRESIDENT’S                                           Most Points High School Years 8-10
JONES ROAD EMPORIUM TROPHY                                 Most Points Yrs 4-7
SECRETARY’S                                                Most Points Yrs 1-3
MRS R RADFORD TROPHY                                       Most Points Junior Sections, Pre-Primary School
                                                            Students or younger
MAY MILNE MEMORIAL PERPETUAL                               Most Points Craft (The winner will hold this
                                                           trophy for one year)

                             SECTION Q1 - LEGO COMPETITION
Steward:               Will Carrington-Jones          08 9834 3023

See Section T8 for Pre School Age Entries
ALL PIECES MUST BE MOUNTED ON A BOARD AND STATED IF ORIGINAL DESIGN
LEGO ONLY SHOULD BE USED.
 NO DUPLO ALLOWED.
 Maximum size 38cm x 38cm
Class:
    1. Lego design by a Year 1 student          6. Lego design with show theme by a
    2. Lego design by a Year 2 student               Year 6 student
    3. Lego design by a Year 3 student          7. Lego design with show theme by a
    4. Lego design with show theme by a              Year 7 student
        Year 4 student                          8. Lego design with show theme by a
    5. Lego design with show theme by a              High School Student
        Year 5 student


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                                   SECTION Q2 – BAKERY

Steward:              Mrs Hilary Cussons (9831 1249)

High school years 8-10
Class:
1. Decorated cake using show theme
2. Chocolate cake, iced
3. Small fancy iced cakes, 6, papers removed
4. Slice, 6 pieces, one variety
5. Biscuits or drop cookies, 6, one variety
6. Date and Walnut Loaf

RF and MR Bilney Trophy          Most Points High school years 8-10


Upper Primary Years 4-7
Class:
7. Decorated cake using show theme
8. Chocolate cake not iced
9. Small Fancy Iced cakes, 6
10. Slice, 6 pieces, 1 variety
11. Biscuits or drop cookies 6, one variety.
12. Muffins 6 - own choice.
13. Pikelets, 6.

KOJONUP P & A SOCIETY Trophy             Most Points Upper Primary Years 4-7


Lower Primary Years 1-3
Class:
14. Decorated cake using show theme
15. Chocolate cake not iced
16. Small Fancy Iced cakes, 6
17. Slice, 6 pieces 1 variety
18. Biscuits or drop cookies, 6, one variety
19. Scones 6
20. Pikelets 6
21. 6 iced and decorated biscuits

RF and MR Bilney Trophy          Most Points Lower Primary Years 1-3




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                                SECTION Q3 – FLOWERS
Steward:       Mrs Erin Gorter (9833 7524)

High school Years 8-10
Class:
    1. Decorative arrangement of Native Leaves -
    2. An open floral arrangement
    3. 3     Shoulder spray
    4. Floating bowl petals and/or whole
Mrs R Radford Trophy Most Points High school Years 8-10


Upper Primary Years 4-7
Class:
    5. Floral arrangement in an old container
    6. An arrangement of foliage
    7. Floral posy – must be tied
    8. Floral saucer in wet sand
    9. Floating bowl petals and/or whole flowers
Mrs R Radford Trophy Most Points Upper Primary Years 4-7

Lower Primary Years 1-3
Class:
    10. A flower arrangement including “something old”
    11. Floral saucer
    12. Floral posy – must be tied
    13. My favourite flower ( with hand written card explaining why)
Mrs R Radford Trophy Most Points Lower Primary Years 1-3




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                                 SECTION Q4 - VEGETABLES
Steward:                Mrs Daniela Brown (9831 1370)
Entry forms to be in by Thursday 14th October 2010.
Entries to be in place by 8.00 am Saturday 16th October 2010. Judging COMMENCES at 9.00 am.
Open - 15 years and under
Class:
    1.    Collection of Vegetables (no more than 6, no less than 4)
    2.    Broccoli – 1 head
    3.    Cauliflower
    4.    Cabbage
    5.    Green Peas – 10 pods
    6.    Broad Beans – 10 pods
    7.    Potatoes – 6
    8.    Pumpkin – 1 Butternut
    9.    Pumpkin – any other variety
    10.   Lemons – 3
    11.   Citrus Fruit – limit 3 – one variety
    12.   Vegetable – not previously mentioned
    13.   Hen Eggs – 6
    14.   Bantam Eggs - 6
Mrs H O'Neill Trophy      Most Points Vegetables




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                                   SECTION Q5 - CRAFT
Steward:             Miss Rosie Carrington-Jones (98 34 1154)
High school years 8-10
Class:
1. A woodwork article
2. A metalwork article
3. Piece of pottery hand built
4. Wall hanging
5. Souvenir, postcard or greeting card of Kojonup
6. Potpourri article
7. A “sock” family
8. Any article of machine sewing
9. Any article of knitting
10. Handmade card
11. Any article not listed

Kojonup News Trophy Most Points High school years 8-10

Upper Primary Years 4-7
Class:
12. A wood work article
13. Piece of pottery hand built
14. Novelty made from scraps of anything
15. Wall hanging, using wool
16. Hand made card
17. Souvenir, postcard or greeting card of Kojonup
18. Any article of hand sewing
19. Any article of machine sewing
20. Any article of knitting
21. Any article not listed

RF and MR Bilney Trophy         Most Points Upper Primary Years 4-7

Lower Primary Years 1-3
Class:
22. Make a card
23. Wall hanging, include use of wool
24. Novelty made from natural resources (accessories may be used)
25. Play dough or plasticine model of a dog
26. Novelty made from fruit or vegetables
27. Any article of hand sewing
28. Any article of knitting
29. Any other article not listed

Mrs Debbie Perkins Trophy      Most Points Lower Primary Years 1-3




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                             SECTION Q6 – CHILDREN’S ART

Steward:              Mrs Cush Prasser-Jones (9831 0044)
Entries close:        5:00pm Tuesday 12th October 2010
ALL EXHIBITS are to be delivered WITH ENTRY FORM ATTACHED to the Show Office, Unit 2/88
Albany Hwy Kojonup by 5.00 pm on Tuesday 12 October. If you are entering exhibits into more than
one Children’s Section, copy the form and use a separate entry form to accompany Art work. Art
work must be labelled with name and age of entrant and school on the back. Judging for this
Section will be completed prior to Show Day.

Year’s 1-7 entries must be mounted.
Year’s 8-10 entries must be equipped for hanging, but not necessarily framed.

FREE ENTRY            Prize Money: 1st $1.00 2nd 50c
High school Years 8-10
Class:
1. Multimedia – minimum of 3 medium, subject optional
2. Water based colour - subject optional and original
3. Oil or Acrylic- subject optional and original
4. Pastel - subject optional and original
5. Portrait - person or animal, any medium
Upper Primary Years 4-7
All pictures to be original work of student, subject optional
Class:
6. Picture - using colour pencil and/or texta, may be drawn with lead (but not for colouring), no
     biro
7. Picture - using paints
8. Portrait – person or animal, any medium
9. Picture or collage - must include the Show theme
Lower Primary Years 1-3
Students to produce art work unaided
Class:
10. Picture - using crayon, colour pencil and/or texta or lead pencil
11. Picture- using paints
12. Show theme - open
TROPHIES
VICE-PRESIDENTS        Points carry for this trophy
JONES ROAD             Points carry for this trophy
SECRETARY’S            Points carry for this trophy
MRS JILL CAPPER        Most Points Yrs 8-10
CHERRY TREE            Most Points Yrs 4-7
CHERRY TREE            Most Points Yrs 1-3




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                    SECTION Q7 – CHILDREN’S PHOTOGRAPHY
STEWARDS:             Mrs Helen Wright (9833 6298)

Photography entry forms and exhibits MUST be delivered by 5.00 pm on
Tuesday 12 October 2010 to the Show Office Unit 2/88 Albany Hwy Kojonup
Rules and mounting instructions as per Adult Photography Section

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE COLOUR PRINTS up to 10 cm x 15 cm (except Class 5)
HIGH SCHOOL YEARS 8-10
Class:
1. Portrait – study of one or more persons, child or adult ranging from head study to full
    length
2. Sport or recreation (beach, camping, fishing, footy, etc)
3. Rural scene – can include land, buildings, machinery, etc
4. Open - any subject not included above
5. Windows (can be singular)
Mr W Tuckey Trophy      Most Points High School Years 8-10


UPPER PRIMARY YEARS 4-7
Class:
6. At the beach
7. On the farm
8. Animal or animals
9. Family or friends
10. Open – any subject not included above
RF and MR Bilney Trophy         Most Points Upper Primary Years 4-7


LOWER PRIMARY YEARS 1-3
Class:
11. Family or friends
12. Animal or animals
13. Someone’s big smile
14. My holiday
15. My favourite photo
Kojonup Co-op Trophy Most Points Lower Primary Years 1-3




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      SECTION Q8 - PRE SCHOOL WORK including PRESCHOOL ART

Steward:              Mrs Anna Macri (9862 5012)

This section is open to all children enrolled in Pre-primary AND/OR younger.
Entries MUST be the child’s own work.
Art Work MUST have Velcro dots attached to the back corners.

Class:
 1. Duplo design
 2. Decorated milk arrowroot biscuits, 3
 3. Container of pretty fresh garden flowers, to be brought in on Show Day
 4. Container of dried flowers
 5. Container of paper flowers
 6. Drawing or painting – any medium with the theme – “Our Show”
 7. Collage (paper and glue), maximum size A3
 8. Decorated glass jar suitable for a vase
 9. Necklace made with pasta
 10.A novelty made from fruit and vegetables

 MRS R RADFORD TROPHY           Most Points Junior Sections, Pre-Primary School Students or younger




                         Entry forms can be posted:
                         Kojonup P&A Society
                         PO Box 104
                         KOJONUP 6395

                         or they can be left in a Show Box at any of the
                         following:
                               Kojonup Telecentre
                               Kojonup Country Kitchen
                               A Quilters Studio
                               The Kojonup Show Office
                         Unit 2-88 Albany Highway, KOJONUP
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                                KOJONUP APEX CLUB
                                    Proudly presents the
                                          2010


                   KOJONUP APEX BLUE WOOL SHEARS


              A shearing competition with Open, Senior, Intermediate and
           Under 21 categories, running alongside a Wool Handling Competition
                            with Open and Novice categories

                  Sponsored by the farmers, local community businesses
                             and the Kojonup P&A Society.

  Come along and shear or wool-handle for glory! Total
                          prize pool worth over $3,500
                                Heat draws from 8.30 am
Entry fees:
         Shearing      $35.00
         Wool handling $25.00


                     For more information and entries phone
                                Bevan Brown 9831 1066
                                 (Mobile 0427 312 616)




      NO ALCOHOL TO BE BROUGHT ON TO SHOWGROUNDS

        NO ALCOHOL TO BE CONSUMED IN A PUBLIC PLACE




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                                            CLOSING DATES 2010

SECTION A Horses................................................................................5.00 pm              13 October
SECTION B Wool .................................................................................5.00 pm              12 October
SECTION C Merino Sheep ...................................................................5.00 pm                    12 October
SECTION D British and Australasian Breeds ........................................5.00 pm                            12 October
SECTION E Sheaf Tossing .....................................................................Show Day
SECTION F Vegetables .........................................................................5.00 pm                14 October
SECTION G Fruits, Preserves and Eggs .................................................5.00 pm                        12 October
SECTION H Bakery................................................................................5.00 pm              12 October
SECTION I Flowers, Cuts and Specimens ...........................................2.00 pm                             14 October
SECTION J Pot Plants ..........................................................................2.00 pm               14 October
SECTION K Flower Arranging – Decorative..........................................2.00 pm                             14 October
SECTION L Floral Art ...........................................................................2.00 pm              14 October
SECTION M Patchwork .........................................................................5.00 pm                 12 October
SECTION N Craft ..................................................................................5.00 pm            12 October
SECTION O Art ......................................................................................5.00 pm          12 October
SECTION P Photography .....................................................................5.00 pm                   12 October
SECTION Q Children’s Work ................................................................5.00 pm                    13 October
        Q3 Children’s Fresh Flower Displays ...................................... 8.00 am                            Show Day
        Q6 Children’s Art ....................................................................5.00 pm                12 October
        Q7 Children’s Photography .....................................................5.00 pm                       12 October
APEX Blue Wool Shears Competition ................................................................................ Show Day
Guess the Micron Competition ........................................................................................ Show Day




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