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					             President: John Snell, Esq.

       LIVESTOCK SCHEDULE
        44th ANNUAL SHOW
NEW SHOW SITE FOR 2010
UMBERLEIGH BARTON FARM
      Umberleigh, Devon EX37 9DX


    Wednesday 4th August 2010
              Commencing at 8.30am




  HORSES AND PONIES – SHOW JUMPING – DRIVING
ALPACAS – BEEF AND DAIRY CATTLE – SHEEP – GOATS
             YOUNG FARMERS RALLY

               Separate schedule for:
                OPEN DOG SHOW


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                                                                                                                                           CONTENTS

A SUPERB SERIES OF GAME AND                                                                                 Horses
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                                                                                                                                            5           Goats Dairy
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COUNTRY SHOWS FOR 2010                                                                                               Showing                7                  Pygmy                      47

From Living Heritage                                                                                                 Driving               15           Alpacas                           49
                                                                                                                     Show Jumping          17           Dogs                              54
                                                                                                            Cattle                         19           Young Farmers                     55
THAME COUNTRY FAIR
April 3rd - 5th                                                                                                      Beef                  20           Rules & Regulations               56
Thame Showground, Kingsey Road, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 3JL
MONMOUTH COUNTRY FAIR
                                                                                                                     Dairy                 27           South West Show List              58
April 17th & 18th                                                                                           Sheep                          31           Membership Application            60
The Monmouth Showground, Wyesham Farm, Monmouthshire,
Monmouthshire, NP25 3LX
HAMPSHIRE COUNTRY FAIR
May 2nd & 3rd
Broadlands, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 9ZD                                                                                        NORTH DEVON SHOW SECRETARIES
SOUTH EASTERN GAME & COUNTRY FAIR
May 15th & 16th
Eridge Park, Eridge Green, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 9JT
                                                                                                          General Secretary:                            Poultry Display Organiser:
BURGHLEY GAME & COUNTRY FAIR                                                                              Mrs Debbie Siggs                              Mrs Sally Andrews
May 30th & 31st
Burghley, Burghley House, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 3JY                                                 PO Box 295                                    Greenbanks
OSMASTON PARK GAME & COUNTRY FAIR                                                                         Barnstaple                                    Annery Kiln, Weare Gifford
July 3rd & 4th                                                                                            Devon EX32 2BS                                Bideford
Osmaston Park, Nr Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1LT
                                                                                                          Tel: 01769 560205                             Devon EX39 5JE
THE WOLDS GAME & COUNTRY FAIR
                                                                                                          debbie@northdevonshow.com                     Tel: 01237 421888
July 31st - August 1st                                                                                                                                  Email: mudchick@hotmail.co.uk
Sledmere House, Nr Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 3XG
THE WILTSHIRE GAME & COUNTRY FAIR                                                                         Dog Show Secretary:                           North Devon Group of Young Farmers:
August 7th & 8th                                                                                          Mrs Yvonne Byrne,
Bowood House, Nr Calne, Wiltshire, SN11 9PQ                                                                                                             Mr Gary Jones
                                                                                                          Little Orchard,                               Barham Farm
THE CO DURHAM GAME & COUNTRY FAIR
August 14th & 15th                                                                                        Yarnscombe,                                   Heasley Mill
Raby Castle, Staindrop, County Durham, DL2 3AH                                                            Barnstaple, EX31 3LS                          South Molton
CHESHIRE GAME & COUNTRY FAIR                                                                              Tel: 01769 560807                             Devon EX36 3LF
August 28th - 30th                                                                                        Email: Hervey001@aol.com                      Tel: 01598 740250
Cheshire Showground, Cheshire County Showground, Tabley, Nr Knutsford, WA16 0HJ
SANDRINGHAM GAME & COUNTRY FAIR
September 11th & 12th
Sandringham, Sandringham Park, Sandringham, Norfolk, PE35 6EN
                                                                                                                                NORTH DEVON SHOW OFFICIALS
SOUTH WESTERN GAME & COUNTRY FAIR
September 25th & 26th



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Powderham Castle, Kenton, Exeter, Devon, EX6 8JL
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HERTFORDSHIRE GAME & COUNTRY FAIR


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                 01283 820548
October 2nd & 3rd
Hertfordshire Showground, Dunstable Road,                                                                 Chairman                              Mr. G. F. G. Kivell


Contact: LIVING HERITAGE EVENTS
Redbourn, Hertfordshire, AL3 7PT
                                                                                                          Vice Chairman                         Mr. M. C. Yeo
                                                                                                          Showyard Director                     Mr. E. J. Ley
                                                                                                          Senior Stewards   Alpacas             Mr. I. Waldron
                                                                                                                            Cattle              Mr. B. R. Nancekivell


www.livingheritagecountryshows.co.uk                                    info@livingheritage.fsnet.co.uk
                                                                                                                            Goats               Mrs E. A. C Connor & Mrs. S. Davies
                                                                                                                            Horses              Mr. G. Heal
                                                                                                                            Sheep               Mr. M. C. Yeo
                                                                                                                            Show Jumping        Mr. E. Dovell & Mr. C. Brake
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                                 SPONSORS 2010                                                                           HORSES AND PONIES
    The Society is grateful to our sponsors for their support of the 2008 Show
                                                                                                                              Senior Steward: Mr. G. Heal
              Cornish Mutual                               RJ Sampson Silos & Grain
            Cornwall Farmers                                    Handling                       •     ALL PRIZE WINNERS ARE TO PARADE IN THE GRAND PARADE
                 Davisons                              Rocking Horse Equestrian                             [General Rule 1 will apply]
             Dodson & Horrell                                   Seldons
             EJ Snell & Sons                               Short & Abbott Ltd                  •     RULE 6 APPLIES TO CLASSES 1 TO 53
         Glover Stanbury & Co                           Slee Blackwell Solicitors
       Graham Walton Publishing                             Smallridge Bros                    •     LOCAL AREA - The Society’s “local” area includes all the parishes in the North Devon
            Harpers Home Mix                            SMLRS (South Molton)
                                                                                               District Council and the Torridge District Council areas.
              J&A Cameras                         South West Sheep Breeding Services
          James Pryce Tractors                              St Merryn Food
              Langaller Farm                                      Stags                        •    HORSE PASSPORTS – All exhibitors must ensure that they have the relevant
              Lloyds TSB plc                                   TP Pumps                        passports ready for inspection on show day.
        Masstock Arable (UK) Ltd                            The London Inn
        Mole Valley Farmers Ltd.                          Torbridge Vet Centre                 EACH HORSE EXHIBITOR WILL RECEIVE
                 NatWest                                Trophyman (Barnstaple)                      1 FREE vehicle pass and an individual pass for the driver
          North Devon Festival                                  Truscotts                           PLUS 1 FREE individual pass per rider
         North Devon Holidays                                   Volac Ltd                           [Children in junior classes will receive a child’s pass]
             NWF Agriculture                           Webbers Travel of Exmoor                ALL OCCUPANTS OF VEHICLES ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL PASS.
             Oscar Pet Food                              West Country Flavours                 Security personnel will be on duty to ensure all entrants have tickets.
             Parkham Farms                           Wiltshire Horn Sheep Society              Without an entry pass the individual will be required to pay the Full price of £12.00
           Peter Peter & Wright                            Winston Pincombe                    PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO RINGSIDE PARKING and cars that are NOT towing horse
     Pressure Washers (South West)                          Woodward Smith                     boxes will be re-directed to the Visitors car parks.
         Philip J Milton & Co plc
                                                                                                    Extra Individual passes £10.00 per pass
                                     LOCAL AREA                                                     Children's passes (5 – 15 years)£3.00 per pass
The Society’s “local” area includes all the parishes in the North Devon District Council and   Please ensure you request the number of Extra passes you require on your entry form or they
                             the Torridge District Council areas.                              can be purchased through our ticket agent: www.netaticket.co.uk or phone 0845 230 5177
                               HEALTH & SAFETY NOTICES                                         Entry fees for Classes 1 to 53   Members                    £4.00
 The Committee disclaims any responsibility for accidents or loss to any person or animal                                       Non-members:               £6.00
  attending the Show and no claims can be entertained for anything that may happen to          Prize Money for Classes 1 to 47, 51 and 53 – Rule 6 applies
 Exhibitors Competitors Onlookers their property servants exhibits or goods in connection       1st £20, 2nd £17, 3rd £13, 4th £7, 5th £6, 6th £5
with anything arising out of the Show. It shall be considered a Condition of Entry that each   Prize Money for Classes 48 to 50 – Rule 6 applies
Entrant shall agree to indemnify the promoters and/or any Official against any legal action     1st £30, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10, 5th £6, 6th £5
                  arising from any accident and/or occurrence whatsoever.                      In addition to normal prize money:
The Organizers of this Show have taken all reasonable precautions to ensure the Health &       Supreme Champions receive     £50.00 Reserves £30.00
Safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective everyone must take equal        Section Champions receive     £20.00 Reserves £15.00
    care to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the
                        Organizers and all the Officials and Stewards.

                                    PRESIDENT’S PRIZE


                                                                                                      The North Devon Agricultural Society wishes to thank all Sponsors
  The President will award a prize to the Exhibitor in the Livestock Classes gaining most
  points. Only ONE entry per Exhibitor is to count in each class. In the event of a tie the

                                                                                                   both Nationally and Locally for their generous support of this years Show
prize will be awarded to the Competitor who has gained most points relative to the number
     of entries. The prize will be presented in the Main Ring during the Grand Parade.

                       TSW TELEVISION SOUTH WEST TROPHY
             This trophy will be awarded to the winner of the Presidents prize.                                    ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18th JUNE 2010
                               Winner 2009: Mr C Hutchings
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                                                                                                                                                              IN HAND HUNTERS & SPORT HORSES
                                                                                                                                                                      IN HAND HUNTERS
             THE B.S.P.S. OFFICIAL NUMBER OF THIS SHOW IS B.S.P.S 61/10
This show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (“B.S.P.S.”) and all persons entering, competing,
showing, or otherwise taking part in B.S.P.S classes, whether or not members of the B.S.P.S are subject
to the Rules of the B.S.P.S including the disciplinary procedures and shall be deemed to have consented
to the jurisdiction of the B.S.P.S.
This Show is a qualifier for the B.S.P.S. “Classic Security (UK) Ltd” Challenge: the highest placed pony                                                                  Judge:    Mr B Higham (Badminton, Glos)
in the Lead Rein, First Ridden, Open Show Pony classes, that has not qualified for the BSPS 2010
Horse of the Year Show in the appropriate class, will qualify. If the highest placed pony has already                                                                     Judging will commence at 8.30 in Ring 1A
qualified for the B.S.P.S Challenge, the qualification will be awarded to the next eligible pony.
This show is a qualifier for the "B.S.P.S Premier League": the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th placed ponies in the                                        Note 1. Exhibitors resident with in the Society’s area are requested to annotate those exhibits
Lead Rein and First Ridden, 128cms, 138cms and 148cms. Show Pony, Open Heritage Ridden Small,                                                    they themselves bred: these will then go forward for the Luxton Cup
B & C's, and Large Breed classes.
This Show is a qualifier for the B.S.P.S Champion of Champions: the Champion Mini Show Pony, the                                                 CLASS 1        SMALL HUNTER BROOD MARE. With own foal at foot; exceeding 148 cms
Champion Open Show Pony will qualify.                                                                                                                           (14.2 hh approx.) but not exceeding 158 cms (15.2 hh. approx.)
This show is a qualifier for the B.S.P.S “Black Country Saddles- Rider of the Year": The Best Rider in the
Open Lead Rein, First Ridden, 128cms, 138cms and 148cms Show Pony will receive a Card and qualify                                                CLASS 2       HUNTER FOAL. Colt, Gelding or Filly foaled in 2010 and the progeny of the
for the final at the BSPS Summer Championships Show.                                                                                                           mare in Class 1. Foals must be at least 3 weeks old on the day of the show
This Show is a qualifier for the 2010 B.S.P.S. Championships Show, to be held at the Arena UK. The 1st and
2nd prize winners only in the following classes: 20 to 24 will qualify for the B.S.P.S. Championships Show,
provided the animal is registered in accordance with Rules 23 and 28 and ridden by a B.S.P.S member.                                             CLASS 3       HUNTER BROOD MARE. With own foal at foot; exceeding 158 cms (15.2 hh.
                                                                                                                                                               approx.)
                                        Ponies Association (UK)
                                     Official Reg No: 011/W12/6133                                                                               CLASS 4       HUNTER FOAL. Colt, Gelding or Filly foaled in 2010 and the progeny of the
This show is a qualifier for the 2011 P (UK) Winter Championships Show. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each
                                                                                                                                                               mare in Class 3. Foals must be at least 3 weeks old on the day of the Show

                                                                                                                                                 CLASS 5       HUNTER YEARLING. Colt, gelding or filly foaled in 2009
qualifying class will qualify. Competitors in qualifying positions, who are not members of Ponies (UK)
are allowed 14 days in which to become members and register their horses/ponies in order for
qualification to remain valid.

                                                                                                                                                 CLASS 6       HUNTER TWO-YEAR OLD. Gelding or filly foaled in 2008
No Qualification cards will be awarded in the ring.
Competitors may enter either Northern, Southern or both Winter Championships.

                                                                                                                                                 CLASS 7       HUNTER THREE-YEAR OLD. Gelding or filly foaled in 2007
All entries must be sent into Ponies Association (UK) office before the closing date for entries.



      MORE INNOVATION.                                                                                                                                              CUPS FOR IN HAND HUNTER CLASSES
                                                                                                                                                 2    BIDEFORD HORSE SHOW CUP
      MORE CHOICE.


                                                                                                                                    btsadv.com
                                                                                                                                                      Perpetual cup for the best exhibit in Classes 5- 7 Show hunter young stock
                                                                                                                                                              Winner 2009: Mr WCF Keat

                                                                                                                                                 3    F.T.HEAL CUP
                                                                                                                                    lubricants



                                                                                                                                                      Challenge cup for the Best Brood Mare bred by Exhibitor residing in the Society's Local
                                                                                                                                                      Area

                                                                                                                                                 4    TANNAMARA CUP
                                                                                                                                                              Winner 2009: Mrs EC Littlejohns
      New products, designed, manufactured, sold and serviced by highly qualified, highly motivated staff - who
      work just for you, all over the world. New technologies that immediately deliver real advantages and
                                                                                                                                                      Perpetual challenge cup for the Best Foal at Foot in Classes 2 & 4
      better results for your farming business. New ideas that meet all your needs, today and in the future.                                                  Winner 2009: Mr Michael M Scott

                                                                                                                                                 5    JUBILEE CUP
      New opportunities that give confidence to the people who want to grow. In all these fields and in all
      your fields, New Holland’s innovation is the road that leads to success.
                                                                                                                                                      Perpetual cup for the Champion of the Hunter Brood Mare Classes.
      NEW HOLLAND TOP SERVICE 00800 64 111 111
      www.newholland.com                                                                                                                              Donated by the Trustees of the Bideford Horse Show
                                                                                                                                                              Winner 2009: Mr C Upham

                                                                                                                                                 6    KIVELL & SONS CUP
      24/7 Support and Information The call is free from a
      land line. Check in advance with your Mobile Operator if you
      will be charged. Alternatively call 01 2421881.
                                                                                                                                                      Challenge cup for the Champion Open Exhibit in Classes 1, 3, 5, 6, & 7
                                                    Dobles Lane Ind Est, Holsworthy, Devon – Telephone: 01409 254040                                          Winner 2009: Mr C Upham
                                                    Borners Bridge, Nr Pathfields Ind Est, South Molton – Telephone: 01769 574455

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7   LUXTON CUP                                                                                CLASS 13     LIGHTWEIGHT HUNTER. Mare and Gelding 4 years and over capable of
    Challenge cup for the best Exhibit in the In Hand Hunter Classes bred by Exhibitor                     carrying up to 12.7 stone

                                                                                              CLASS 14     MIDDLEWEIGHT HUNTER. Mare and Gelding 4 years and over capable of
    residing in the Society's Area. For final possession to be won 3 times in succession or
    any 4 times.

                                                                                                           This class is sponsored by: J&A Cameras
    1975/77/87/89/91, Mr. S. Luxton; 1976, N. Brooks & Son; 1978/82, J. Tythcott; 1979/84,                 carrying more than 12.7 stone but not exceeding 14 stone.


                                                                                                                CUPS FOR RIDDEN HUNTER CLASSES
    Mr. T. W. Fowler; 1980, Miss J. Pincombe; 1981, L. Waterman; 1983, Miss K. Smyth-
    Richards; 1985, J. Down; 1986, R. Sexton & Miss B. Palfrey; 1988/94, Mr. & Mrs. G. T.
    Vanstone; 1990, Mrs. H. Reed, 1992, Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Podmore, 1993, Mrs. E. M. Brook,

                                                                                              8    BROOKS CUP
    1995, Mr. I. Wright, 1996/2003: Mrs. S. Lee, 1997/2001/2007: No Competition, 1998,
    Mrs. S. Parkhouse, 1999/2000, Mr & Mrs. P. Atkinson; 2002 / 2004 / 2006: Miss. C.
    Wood; 2005, Mr & Mrs M. Clarke, 2008: Ms Donna Pearson                                         Perpetual cup for the winner of the Local Hunter Class
    Winner 2009: Mr J Welch                                                                        Winner 2009: Mrs S Brewer

    The Langallar Farm Brood Mare Premium Award                                               9    F.W.B. SMYTH MFH ROSEBOWL
    A Rosette and voucher for £75 awarded to the highest placed Brood Mare and is                  Originally the Lady Poltimore Cup of the Bideford Horse Show; re-presented as a
    redeemable against any stud fee for a stallion at Langaller Farm during the current or         perpetual challenge cup for the Champion Hunter.
    following stud season. Only one award per mare per season. Where the winning mare                       Winner 2009: Mrs S Brewer


                                                                                                                       IN HAND HORSES & PONIES
    has already won a voucher in the current year the award goes to the next highest place
    eligible mare.


                           IN HAND SPORT HORSES                                                                    Judge:    Miss SM Rowe (St Austell, Cornwall)

                 This Section is sponsored by: Winston Pincombe                                                     Judging will commence at 8.30 am Ring 1B

                       Judge:    Mrs L Tylor (Helston, Cornwall)                              CLASS 15     BROOD MARE
                                                                                                           Riding Pony Brood Mare 4 years and over not exceeding 153 cms with own
              Judging will follow on after the In Hand Hunters in Ring 1A                                  foal at foot or a Vet’s Certificate stating that the Mare has produced a foal in

CLASS 8     SPORT HORSE YEARLING. Colt, gelding or filly, foaled in 2009
                                                                                                           the current year.

                                                                                              CLASS 16     FOAL
CLASS 9     SPORT HORSE TWO YEAR OLD. Gelding or filly, foaled in 2008                                     Foaled in 2010 and the progeny of the mare entered in Class 15

CLASS 10    SPORT HORSE THREE YEAR OLD. Gelding or filly foaled in 2007
                                                                                                           Foals must be at least 3 weeks old on the day of the Show

                                                                                              CLASS 17     PONIES
                 AWARDS FOR IN HAND SPORT HORSE CLASSES
                         NO CUPS FOR THIS SECTION
                                                                                                           Yearling Colts and Fillies plus 2 and 3 year old Geldings and Fillies not likely
                                                                                                           to exceed 147.3 cms (14.2 hh.) at maturity
                  Champion Rosette & Reserve Champion Rosette                                 CLASS 18     PURE BRED ARAB


                                RIDDEN HUNTERS
                                                                                                           Any age or height, mares and geldings

                                                                                              CLASS 19     PART BRED ARAB or ANGLO ARAB


                                                                                                            CUPS FOR LED HORSE AND PONY CLASSES
                                                                                                           Any age or height, mares and geldings
                     Judge: Miss Polly Gundry (Axminster, Devon)


                                                                                              10   JOBANKER CUP
              Judging will commence at 8:30 am in the Lloyds TSB Ring

CLASS 11    LOCAL HUNTER. For horses regularly hunted with a recognised pack within                Challenge cup for the best local exhibit in the In Hand Pony Classes. For final
            the Society’s area and owned by a resident within that area. [Master’s                 possession to be won 3 times in succession or any 4 times.

            This class is sponsored by: Truscotts
            certificate will be sought in the event of an objection.]                              1995/04/05, Mrs. N. H. R. Pearson-Bish: 1996, Mrs. J. Newth. 1997 & 01: No
                                                                                                   Competition, 1998: Ms. S. Broughton, 1999/02/03: Miss J. Taylor, 2000: Mrs. G.

CLASS 12    SMALL HUNTER. Mare and Gelding 4 years and over and 15.2hh and under
                                                                                                   Mountjoy, 2006 Ms C Howarth, 2008 Mrs M Searle
                                                                                                           Winner 2009: Mrs M Searle
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11   JOHN NANKIVELL TROPHY                                                                                           CUPS FOR RIDDEN PONY CLASSES
                                                                                                12   KEN SEXON TROPHY
     Perpetual challenge cup for the Champion in the In Hand Horse & Pony Classes
             Winner 2009: Mrs M Searle

     The Langallar Farm Brood Mare Premium Award
                                                                                                     Perpetual trophy for the best Local Exhibit in the Ridden Pony Classes
                                                                                                             Winner 2009: Miss Hannah Golombeck

                                                                                                13   PULSFORD CUP
     A Rosette and voucher for £75 awarded to the highest placed Brood Mare and is
     redeemable against any stud fee for a stallion at Langaller Farm during the current or
     following stud season. Only one award per mare per season. Where the winning mare               Perpetual challenge cup for the winner of the Leading Rein Class
     has already won a voucher in the current year the award goes to the next highest place                  Winner 2009: Miss Hannah Golombeck

                                                                                                14   DELBRIDGE CUP
     eligible mare.


                                   RIDDEN PONIES
                                                                                                     Perpetual challenge cup for the Champion in the Ridden Pony Classes (excluding
                                                                                                     the Leading Rein Class).
                                                                                                             Winner 2009: Mrs J Sleep
                          Judge:    Ms SJ Bartle (Farley, Wilts)

                      Judging will commence at 8.30 am in Ring 3                                                          MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND
                     These classes are BSPS affiliated (see page 6)                                                   Judge:   Miss SM Rowe (St Austell, Cornwall)

CLASS 20     MARE or GELDING                                                                                         Judging will commence at 10.30 am in Ring 1B

                                                                                                RIDDEN CLASSES 25, 26, 27
             4 years old or over not exceeding 128 cms (12.2 hh) Riders not having
             attained their 13th birthday before 1st January in the current year

CLASS 21     MARE or GELDING
                                                                                                NPS Mountain and Moorland Qualifying Rounds: These classes are judged under the Rules
                                                                                                of the NPS. Ponies must be registered in the main body of their respective Mountain &
             4 years old or over exceeding 128 cms (12.2 hh) but not exceeding 138 cms          Moorland Stud Books. Part breds are not eligible. Ponies to be trimmed only within their
             (13.2 hh) Riders not having attained their 15th birthday before 1st January in     Breed Society specification. Manes must not be plaited and tales must not be braided.
             the current year                                                                   Qualifying rounds for most NPS competitions are open to ponies owned by NPS members

CLASS 22     MARE or GELDING
                                                                                                and non members but only ponies owned by adult NPS members are eligible to qualify for
                                                                                                the final of the competition. The highest placed pony owned by an NPS
             4 years old or over exceeding 138 cms (13.2 hh.) but not exceeding 148 cms         Member in each class will qualify for the Final. Where this pony has already qualified the
             (14.2 hh.). Riders not having attained their 17th birthday before 1st January in   pony standing next in line which is owned by an NPS member and has not already qualified
             the current year                                                                   receives the qualification. Qualification may go no lower than 3rd place. Judges and/or

Championship for Classes 20, 21 and 22. The champion will qualify for the BSPS
                                                                                                stewards are requested to check membership cards prior to presenting the qualifying
                                                                                                rosettes. NPS Adult/Standard members will be required to upgrade to Adult/Showing to
“Manning” Champion of Champions                                                                 enter the final.

CLASS 23     LEAD REIN PONY MARE or GELDING
             This class is sponsored by: Rocking Horse Equestrian
                                                                                                The first prize winners from each class will go forward to the Final to be held at the NPS
                                                                                                Summer Championship Show in August 2011.
             4 years old or over and not exceeding 122 cms (12 hh.). Suitable for and to
             be ridden by a child over 3 years but not having attained their 8th birthday       Qualified ponies must be entered into the NPS Competition Final within 14 days for the pony
             before 1st January in the current year. Must be led by a person 16 years old       to be eligible to appear at the Final.

                                                                                                Class 25 is a qualifier for the NPS/Micor Demolition Ltd M&M Leading Rein National
             or over. Rosettes to all exhibitors

CLASS 24    FIRST RIDDEN PONY, MARE or GELDING
                                                                                                Class 25 is a qualifier for the P(UK) Colne M&M Leading Rein Winter Championship. 1st,
                                                                                                Championship.
            4 years or over not exceeding 122 cms (12 hh). Riders not to have attained

                                                                                                Classes 26 & 27 are qualifying rounds for The NPS M&M Open Ridden National
            their 10th Birthday before 1st January in the current year. Rosettes to all         2nd and 3rd in each class qualify. No Qualification cards will be awarded in the ring.

Mini Championship Classes 23 and 24. The first and second prize winners to compete for
            exhibitors

                                                                                                Classes 26 & 27 are Qualifiers for the P(UK) Llanarth M&M Ridden Winter Championship.
                                                                                                Championship.
the Championship. The champion will qualify for the BSPS “Daunt” Champion of
Champions.                                                                                      1st, 2nd and 3rd in each class qualify. No Qualification cards will be awarded in the ring.
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CLASS 25       LEAD REIN MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND                                                      CLASS 32     IN HAND MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND UNREGISTERED PURE OR PART
               Open to pure registered Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, New Forest, Welsh A &                         BRED any age, mares and geldings.

                                                                                                    CLASS 33     IN HAND MINIATURES, any breed, any age, mares and geldings.
               B mares and geldings, four years old or over not exceeding 122 cms (12h).


                                                                                                                CUP FOR MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND CLASSES
               Riders must have attained their 3rd but must not have attained their 9th
               birthday before the 1st January in the current year. To be led by an attendant
               and shown in one of the Snaffle bridles illustrated in the NPS Rule Book. Lead

                                                                                                    15   DURAL TROPHY
               Rein to be attached to the noseband only.

The North Devon Agricultural Society will award rosettes to all exhibitors forward in this class         Perpetual challenge trophy for the Champion Pony in the Ridden and In Hand

CLASS 26       RIDDEN MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND SMALL BREEDS
                                                                                                         Mountain & Moorland Classes
                                                                                                                 Winner 2009: Mrs Sue Smith
               Open to registered pure bred Mountain & Moorland stallions, mares and
               geldings four years old and over. Not to include Lead Rein.                                                              COLOURED

CLASS 27       RIDDEN MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND LARGE BREEDS                                                                 Judge:   Miss C Belam (Buckfastleigh, Devon)
               Open to registered pure bred Mountain & Moorland stallions, mares and
               geldings four years old and over. Not to include Lead Rein.                                                Judging will commence at 8.30 am in Ring 2

IN HAND CLASSES 28 to 31                                                                            CLASS 34     IN HAND COLOURED Colt, filly or gelding, 1, 2, 3 years old, any height

                                                                                                    CLASS 35     IN HAND NATIVE COLOURED Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old & over,
NPS Silver Medal Championship Conditions: These classes are judged under the Rules of
the NPS. NPS Silver Medal Rosettes are only awarded where the owner of the Champion
                                                                                                                 any height

                                                                                                    CLASS 36     IN HAND NON NATIVE COLOURED Stallion, mare or gelding 4 years old &
Pony is a Member of the NPS. A valid membership card must be in the Rider’s/Handler’s
possession on entering the ring and produced immediately on request by either the judge or
the steward. If the owner of the Champion pony is not a Member, or the owners membership
                                                                                                                 over, any height to be show plaited and trimmed

                                                                                                    Classes 34, 35 & 36 are Qualifiers for the P(UK) Apachee In-Hand Piebald/Skewbald
is not immediately produced, the rosette may be awarded to the Reserve Champion
provided they have the required membership card. If the Champion pony has previously
qualified it is still entitled to the Silver Medal Rosette but the Qualification Card goes to the
                                                                                                    Horse/Pony Winter Championship. 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each class qualify. No Qualification
Reserve Champion pony, provided the owner of that pony is a Member of the NPS. The
                                                                                                    cards will be awarded in the ring

                                                                                                    CLASS 37     RIDDEN NATIVE/TRADITIONAL COLOURED COB/SHOW COB TYPE
Silver Medal Rosette and the Qualification Card can be awarded no lower than First
Reserve. Foals are not eligible for the Silver Medal Championships.
Qualifiers are entitled to compete in the final of the Silver Medal Championship to be held at                   Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, any height to be shown either
the NPS Summer Championship Show in August 2011.

The Champion from classes 28 to 31 will qualify for the NPS/Kilmannan Stud Mountain &
                                                                                                                 with full mane, tail and feathered or hogged and trimmed as appropriate.
                                                                                                                 Riders any age
Moorland In Hand Silver Medal Rosette Championship. A Silver Medal Rosette is offered by            CLASS 38     RIDDEN NON NATIVE COLOURED. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old &
the NPS for the best registered pony in the M&M In Hand Section. The Sponsor’s Rosette                           over, any height to be shown plaited and trimmed. Riders any age

                                                                                                    CLASS 39     JUNIOR APPACHEE RIDDEN PIEBALD/SKEWBALD NATIVE/TRADITIONAL
is also awarded to the pony receiving the Qualification Card.

Classes 28 to 31 are Qualifiers for P(UK) Keston Royal Occasion Winter Championship.                             AND NON NATIVE. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, any height. Riders
Three year olds qualifying before 31 December 2010 will qualify for the senior 4 years old                       not to have attained their 18th birthday before 1st January 2010. Natives: to
and over Winter Championship of their Respective Breeds.                                                         be shown either with full mane, tail and feathered or hogged and trimmed as
1st, 2nd and 3rd in each class qualify.                                                                          appropriate. Non Natives: to be shown plaited and trimmed

                                                                                                    Classes 37, 38 & 39 are Qualifiers for the P(UK) Apachee Ridden Piebald/Skewbald
No Qualification cards will be awarded in the ring.

Exmoor Pony Society Rosettes – Best of Breed in over 4 years and Best of Breed Young Stock          Horse/Pony Winter Championship. 1st, 2nd and 3rd places qualify. No Qualification cards

CLASS 28       IN HAND MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND Small Breed Young Stock.
                                                                                                                           CUP FOR COLOURED CLASSES
                                                                                                    will be awarded in the ring


CLASS 29       IN HAND MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND Small Breed 4 Years and Over.
                                                                                                    16   COUNT TRELAWNEY TROPHY
CLASS 30       IN HAND MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND Large Breed Young Stock.                                    Perpetual challenge trophy for the Champion in the Coloured Horse Classes

CLASS 31       IN HAND MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND Large Breed 4 Years and Over.
                                                                                                                 Winner 2009: Mrs Sue Lanz

                                               12                                                                                              13
                                     APPALOOSA                                                                    CUP FOR HACKS & RIDING CLASSES
                       Judge:   Miss C Belam (Buckfastleigh, Devon)                         18     TROPHYMAN CUP
                                                                                                   A perpetual challenge trophy for the Champion Hack/Riding Horse
                       Judging will commence at 10.30 am in Ring 2                                 This championship is sponsored by: Trophyman (Barnstaple)


                                                                                                                                     DRIVING
Appaloosa classes at this show are unaffiliated in 2010. Open to Spotted Blanket, White
Blanket, Leopard, Snowflake, Frosted Hip, Few Spot Leopard, Near Leopard, and Solid.
Animals should exceed 14.2hh at maturity.

CLASS 40       IN HAND OPEN Mares, Stallions and Geldings 4 years and over
                                                                                                                    Judge:    Miss S Adkin, (Boyatt Wood, Hants)


CLASS 41       IN HAND YOUNG STOCK Colts, Fillies and Geldings up to 3 years
                                                                                                                    Judging will commence at 12.00 pm in Ring 2

                                                                                            CLASS 48       PRIVATE TURNOUTS Singles, pairs or tandems. Open to Horses or Ponies
CLASS 42       IN HAND PART BRED ANY AGE. One grandparent must be a registered                             of any height. This class may be split if sufficient entries.
               Appaloosa and the other parent may be of any other origin.

CLASS 43       RIDDEN OPEN Mares, Stallions and Geldings 4 years and over

                        CUP FOR APPALOOSA CLASSES
                                                                                                 The Society will present Special Prizes of £15.00 for the most elegant turnout in the
                                                                                                                               Private Driving Classes
                                                                                                                         This will be Judged before Class 49

17     EAST BARTON TROPHY
       A perpetual challenge trophy for the Champion In-Hand British Appaloosa (Winner of   CLASS 49       LIGHT TRADE TURNOUTS Singles, pairs, tandems or more. Horses or
       the Part Bred Class 42 will not be eligible)                                                        Ponies any height.

                                                                                            CLASS 50       PLEASURE DRIVING CLASS
                Winner 2009:Mrs Y Du Laney-Brown

BApS OFFER THE FOLLOWING ROSETTES                                                                          This Pleasure Driving class is not intended for those who show in private
1.  Prize card for highest placed BApS Appaloosa in each class                                             driving classes. Regular showing competitors are asked to respect this and
2.  BApS Complimentary Rosette to Champion                                                                 entries for the Pleasure Driving class will not be accepted from those who
3.  Special Rosettes: Highest placed BApS Junior Handler(U18 on the day) handler/rider                     enter our private driving class. To be judged:
    in each class. (Please state DOB on entry form if eligible).                                           - 15% vehicle suitability, fit and cleanliness;

East   Barton Appaloosas & SW Appaloosa Group offer the following rosettes:
                                                                                                           - 15% harness suitability, fit and cleanliness;
                                                                                                           - 70% driver & groom, horse/pony, way of going and suitability as a family
1.     Best Yearling, Best Two Year Old, Best Three Year Old rosettes in class 41.                         pleasure animal.
2.     Champion & Reserve Rosette for the In Hand Championship.                                            Competitors to demonstrate the obedience and flexibility of the turnout by
3.     Specials for all unplaced exhibits.                                                                 successfully completing tasks set by the judge without deviation. Turnouts to


                            HACKS & RIDING HORSES
                                                                                                           be clean and tidy and carry appropriate spares that may be required whilst out


                                                                                                                       CUP FOR DRIVING CLASSES
                                                                                                           driving. No marks will be awarded for the style of vehicle.



                                                                                            19     INCH'S CIDER CUP
                           Judge:   Mr G Laity, (Truro, Cornwall)

                        Judging will commence at 8.30 am in Ring 4                                        Winner 2009: Mrs T Marchant

CLASS 44       IN HAND RIDING HORSE ANY AGE

CLASS 45       IN HAND SHOW HACK ANY AGE

CLASS 46       RIDDEN PURE, PART BRED OR ANGLO ARAB 4 years and over.

CLASS 47       RIDDEN RIDING HORSE 4 YEARS AND OVER Exceeding 148 cms.                                           ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18th JUNE 2010
                                            14                                                                                            15
                                            HEAVY HORSES                                                                                               SHOW JUMPING
                              Judge:      Mr RM Gifford (Malmesbury, Wilts)                                             No exhibitor shall allow a stallion for which he/she is responsible as owner, lessee,
                                                                                                                        authorized agent or rider to compete or be prepared to compete, in any show jumping
                       Judging will commence at 1.45 pm in Lloyds TSB Ring                                              competition without taking adequate precautions to ensure other members of the public are

CLASS 51         IN HAND YOUNG STOCK Colts, Fillies and Geldings up to 3 years. Any                                                              THERE WILL BE NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY.
                                                                                                                        not put at risk of injury.

                 breed of Heavy Horse.                                                                                  Only exibitors who have made show jumping entries prior to Show day will be permitted to

CLASS 52         IN HAND OPEN Mares and Geldings 4 years and over. Any breed of Heavy
                                                                                                                        enter additional classes on the day.

                 Horse.                                                                                                                                 Judge:    Mrs E Gooding (Tiverton)

CLASS 53         HARNESS CLASS
                                                                                                                                                Course Builder:   Mr Chris Brake


                         AWARD FOR HEAVY HORSE CLASSES
                                                                                                                                                      Steward:    Mr E Dovell

                                                                                                                        Classes 53 and 55 The TARKA and the TAW & TORRIDGE Qualifiers
NO CUPS FOR THIS SECTION                                                                                                     These classes are open to residents from within the North Devon Agricultural Society’s
Champion Rosette & £20 vouchers from Dodson & Horrell                                                                        “Local Area” [See page 4].
Reserve Champion Rosette                                                                                                     The preliminary events will be held at the participating shows given below, potential
                                                                                                                             participants are asked to contact the telephone numbers given.

                            SUPREME HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP
                                                                                                                             Qualifiers will be run as a two round competition – first round followed by a jump off.
                                                                                                                             The initial height of the jumps in the qualifiers will be 80 cms for the TARKA and 90
                                                                                                                             cms for the TAW & TORRIDGE
                               Judge:      Mr R Gundry, (Axminster, Devon)                                                   The TARKA Qualifer is open to ponies 14.2hh and under and riders to be 16 years or
                                                                                                                             under on the day of the show.
                             Judging will commence at 2.30 pm in Ring 2                                                      The TAW & TORRIDGE Qualifier is open to horses over 14.2hh and riders of any age.

20     COWLEY TROPHY
                                                                                                                             Riders may not enter both the TARKA and the TAW & TORRIDGE

       Perpetual challenge trophy presented by Mrs. W. White for the champion exhibit in the                            Participating Shows                       Date of Show            Schedules from:
       Horse and Pony Section of the Show. Only Champions of each Section are eligible to                               Mullacott Show                            30 May 2010             01271 345084
       compete for this Trophy                                                                                          ND Riding Club, Arlington Court           25 July 2010            01271 882999
               Winner 2009: Mr C Upham                                                                                  Bideford and District Riding Club         13 June 2010            01237 473073
                                                                                                                        Knowstone Horse Show                      27 June 2010            01884 881433

        The North Devon Agricultural Society wishes to thank all Sponsors
                                                                                                                        South Molton Show & Gymkhana              11 July 2010            01769 550528


     both Nationally and Locally for their generous support of this years Show
                                                                                                                        Woolsery Show                             26 July 2010            01409 261288


                                                                                                                                                    SHOW JUMPING CLASSES
                                                                                                                        Chapelton Show                                                    01271 858377



                       CARING FOR YOU AND                                 Consultations by appointment
                        ALL YOUR ANIMALS                                   24-hour emergency cover
                                                                                                                                            Show Jumping will commence at approx 11.30 am


 www.chartervets.com
                                                                                                                                             Please see page 5 for ticket & vehicle allocation.

 Charter Veterinary Hospital                                     Bridge House Veterinary Surgery                        The 55 and 56 Classes are open to ponies 14.2hh and under and are to be ridden by
 Charter Court, Roundswell Business Park Barnstaple, EX31        Pilton Bridge, Barnstaple, EX31 1PG     01271 342119   children aged 16 or under on day of the show.
 3FG                                        01271 371115

 Mullacott Veterinary Hospital
                                                                 St. John’s Veterinary Clinic
                                                                 St. John’s Lane, Barnstaple, EX32 9DD   01271 325050
                                                                                                                        Class 55      JUNIOR WARM-UP
 Bickenbridge Farm, Ilfracombe, EX34 8NZ 01271 866770
                                                                 South Street Veterinary Clinic
                                                                                                                                      A4 - One Round only against the clock

 Large Animal Call Centre                  01271 879516          25 South Street, Braunton, EX33 2AA     01271 812160
                                                                                                                                      Maximum height of fences in the first round will be approx 80 cms

                 RCVS Accredited Small Animal and Equine Veterinary Hospitals
                                                                                                                                      Entry Fee: £6.00
                                                                                                                                      Prize Money: £10, £9, £8, £7, £6, £5
                                                                                                                                      First 6 to qualify, if not already qualified, for Tarka class
                                                            16                                                                                                      17
Class 56       THE TARKA CLASS
               Riders must be 16 years and under and ponies 14.2hh and under.
                                                                                                                                       CATTLE
               The Entrants to this Class must have qualified at the participating shows &                                   Senior Steward:     Mr BR Nancekivell
               must reside within the Society’s “Local Area”.                                                         Deputy Senior Steward:     Mr IT Allin
               Riders may not enter both the TARKA and the TAW & TORRIDGE
               Maximum height of fences in the first round will be approx. 85 cms               •     Conditions of entry are subject to current DEFRA movement restrictions and exhibitors
               Entry Fee £6.00                                                                        must comply with all animal health regulations in force at the time of the show.
               This class is sponsored by: Mole Valley Farmers
               Prize Money: £10, £9, £8, £7, £6, £5                                             •     We reserve the right to reject entries and make an administration charge.
                                                                                                •     ALL CATTLE TO BE LED AND BULLS TO BE RINGED
21     LLOYDS BANK TARKA TROPHY
                                                                                                •     All exhibitors of bulls must observe the responsibilities laid down in the Health and
                                                                                                      Safety Guidance Note GS 36
       Perpetual challenge trophy for the winner of Class 56                                    •     All entries are confined to Brucellosis Accredited Herds only
       Winner 2009: Archie Barraclough                                                          •     All cows shown should have produced a calf naturally in the last 15 months
The 57 and 58 Classes are open to horses over 14.2hh and rider any age
                                                                                                •     ALL CATTLE ARE TO BE STALLED
                                                                                                •     COW & CALF CLASSES – Gated pens will be provided
Class 57       SENIOR WARM UP
                                                                                                •     RULE 6 APPLIES TO ALL CLASSES IN THE CATTLE SECTION
                                                                                                •     2 exhibitors are required for a breed section to run
               A4 - One Round only against the clock                                            •     ALL Prize Winners are expected to participate in the Grand Parade
               Maximum height of fences in the first round will be approx 90 cms                •     Exhibitors whose herds do not have a clear TB test between entry closure and show
               Entry Fee: £6.00                                                                       day will have all monies reimbursed
               Prize Money: £10, £9, £8, £7, £6, £5                                                   EACH CATTLE EXHIBITOR WILL RECEIVE:
               This class is sponsored by: Mole Valley Farmers
               First 6 to qualify, if not already qualified, for Taw & Torridge Class                 •         1 FREE vehicle pass per 5 animals entered and in addition
                                                                                                      •         1 FREE handlers pass per two animals entered.
Class 58       THE TAW AND TORRIDGE CLASS                                                       ALL OCCUPANTS OF VEHICLES ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL PASS
               The Entrants for this Class must have qualified at the participating shows and   Without an entry pass the individual will be required to pay the Full price of £12.00
               must reside within the Society’s “Local area”.
               Riders may not enter both the TARKA and the TAW & TORRIDGE                       Additional vehicle passes                 £9.00 per pass to a maximum of ONE
               Maximum height of fences in the first round will be approx. 95 cms               Extra Individual Passes                   £10.00 each
               Entry Fee: £6.00                                                                 Children’s passes (5-15 years)            £3.00 each
               This class is sponsored by: Mole Valley Farmers
               Prize Money: £10, £9, £8, £7, £6, £5                                             Please ensure you request the number of Extra passes you require on your entry form or they
                                                                                                can be purchased through our ticket agent: www.netaticket.co.uk or phone 0845 230 5177
Class 59       OPEN                                                                             Entry fees
               Open to any combination of horse/pony and rider.                                 Classes 60 to 138                 Members:          £4.00
               Maximum height of fences in the first round will be approx 1 metre                                                 Non Members       £6.00
               Entry Fee: £6.00                                                                          Stalls will carry NO CHARGE but Exhibitors are asked to exercise restraint in their
               Prize Money: £10, £9, £8, £7, £6, £5                                                      requests for stalls.
22     BREWER HARDING AND ROWE TROPHY                                                           Prize Money for Classes 60 to 137
       Perpetual trophy presented to the local show jumper winning the most points. [6 points   1st £30, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10,

                                                                                                                       Judging will commence at 9.30am prompt
       gained for a win down to 1 point for 6th Place]

                                                                                                                            Cattle to be stalled by 8.30am
               Winner 2009: Katie Hartnoll



                                                                                                                    ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18th JUNE 2010

                                                                                                       The North Devon Agricultural Society wishes to thank all Sponsors
          THE CLOSING DATE FOR ALL SHOW JUMPING ENTRIES WILL BE


                                                                                                    both Nationally and Locally for their generous support of this years Show
     THE MORNING POST OF WEDNESDAY 21 JULY 2010 excluding qualifiers at the
                       Woolsery Show & ND Riding Club Shows
           Qualifiers at the Chapleton Show will qualify for the 2011 show.

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                                         DEVON                                                  34   ARC. CUP

                    This section is sponsored by: NatWest Bank plc
                                                                                                     Perpetual challenge cup for the best yearling animal born on or after
                                                                                                     1st January in the year prior to the Show
                                                                                                             Winner 2009: Mr ME Lanz

                                                                                                35   MAY CUP
                            Judge: Miss R Hurd (Wiveliscombe)

Every animal must be entered, accepted for entry, or eligible for entry in Davy’s Devon Herd         Newly presented for the Devon Cattle Breeder gaining the most points
Book, its polled register or one of its supplementary registers, AND must be at least 87 1/2%                Winner 2009: Messrs S & G Phillips

                                                                                                36   HUTCHINGS CUP
pure Devon bred by any route, or an officially approved herd book of Devons in a Member
State of the EU.

The DEVON CATTLE BREEDERS' SOCIETY will award the Holwell Manor West Cup (won
                                                                                                     Perpetual cup for the best group of 3 breeding animals from the same herd
                                                                                                             Winner 2009: Mrs SA Martin
outright by RT & MP Wilson and represented as the Bartridge Decanter) to the member

                                                                                                                                ABERDEEN ANGUS
gaining the most points from the following shows: Camelford, Holsworthy & Stratton,
Launceston, North Devon, Okehampton and Woolsery. Points awarded as follows:
      (1 point per entry forward – cow and calf = 1 point)
      First Prize = 5 points Second Prize = 4 points                                                                   Judge: Mr K Jempson (Hungerford, Berks)

                                                                                                CLASS 68     BULL. Born prior to 1 January 2009.
      Third Prize = 3 points
Where a pairs or group class is scheduled as a specific class then points will be awarded for

                                                                                                CLASS 69     BULL. Born on or after 1 January 2009.
these. For final possession to be won 4 times in succession.

CLASS 60      BULL. Born before 1st January 2009
                                                                                                             This class is sponsored by: Smallridge Bros.
CLASS 61      BULL. Born in 2009
                                                                                                CLASS 70     COW. In milk or in calf born before 1 January 2008.
CLASS 62      COW OR HEIFER. In milk or in calf born before 1st January 2007                                 This class is sponsored by: North Devon Holidays

CLASS 63      HEIFER. Born in 2008                                                              CLASS 71     HEIFER. Born on or after 1 January 2006 and before 1 January 2009
                                                                                                             This class is sponsored by: SMLRS Ltd (Alan Lock).
CLASS 64      MAIDEN HEIFER. Born in 2009. Classes 63 & 64 may be merged into one
              class if either has less than 3 entries.                                          CLASS 72     MAIDEN HEIFER. Born on or after 1 January 2009 Classes 71 & 72 may be

CLASS 65      GROUP OF 3 DEVONS. From the same herd, at least 2 shall have been bred                         This class is sponsored by: James Pryce Tractors
                                                                                                             merged into one class if either has less than 3 entries.


                                                                                                CLASS 73 GROUP OF 3 ABERDEEN ANGUS. Entered in previous classes at least one
                          CUPS FOR DEVON CLASSES
              by the Exhibitor, and entered in previous classes.



30   BRENT CHALLENGE CUP                                                                                     This class is sponsored by: South West Pressure Washers
                                                                                                to have been bred by the Exhibitor, any age or sex.


                                                                                                                   AWARD FOR ABERDEEN ANGUS CLASSES
     Perpetual Challenge Cup for the Devon Cattle Breed Champion
                                                                                                38   BREED CHAMPION
             Winner 2009: Mr & Mrs PM Ayre

31   NATWEST SILVER SALVER AND SASH- DEVONS                                                          Aberdeen Angus Breed Champion
     Perpetual Salver presented to the Champion Devon                                                       Winner 2009: Mr CJ Hutchings


                                                                                                                               BRITISH LONGHORN
             Winner 2009: Mr & Mrs PM Ayre

32   CLINTON CUP
     Perpetual challenge cup, for the best beast of either sex shown by
     an Exhibitor residing in the Society's area (see page 4 for Local Area)                                            Judge: Mr Roger Carter (Hartpury, Glos)

                                                                                                CLASS 74     BULL. Born before 1st January 2009
             Winner 2009: Messrs S & G Phillips

33   NORTH DEVON MEAT CUP
     Perpetual challenge cup for the best Exhibit in the Devon Classes                          CLASS 75     BULL. Born in 2009

                                                                                                CLASS 76     COW. Born on or before 31st December 2007
     bred by an Exhibitor
             Winner 2009: Mr ME Lanz
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CLASS 77     HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2008.                                     CLASS 85       BULL. Born in 2009.

CLASS 78     MAIDEN HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2009 Classes 77 & 78 may           CLASS 86       COW. Born on or before 31st December 2007.

                                                                                            CLASS 87       HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2008.
             be merged into one class if either has less than 3 entries.

CLASS 79     GROUP OF 3 BRITISH LONGHORN. Entered in previous classes and at
                                                                                            CLASS 88       MAIDEN HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2009. Classes 87 & 88 may

           AWARD FOR ANY OTHER NATIVE BREED CLASSES
             least one to have been bred by the Exhibitor, any age or sex.
                                                                                                           be merged into one class if either has less than 3 entries.

                                                                                            CLASS 89       GROUP OF 3 BRITISH CHAROLAIS. Entered in previous classes and at
39   BREED CHAMPION
     Any Other Native Breed Champion (British Longhorn)
                                                                                                              CUP FOR BRITISH CHAROLAIS CLASSES
                                                                                                           least one to have been bred by the Exhibitor, of any age or sex.

            Winner 2009: Mr P Beauvais

                                                                                            41     CHRIS HODGSON TROPHY
              COMMERCIAL BEEF & COW & CALF CLASSES                                                 Perpetual challenge cup for the Charolais Breed Champion
                                                                                                           Winner 2009: BR Nancekivell & Son.
                            Judge: Mr MJ Priest (Holsworthy)                                       A Rosette and a Plaque for the Champion presented by the British Charolais Society.


                                                                                                                             BRITISH LIMOUSIN
Commercial cattle are not eligible for the Inter Breed Championships.
Exhibits in classes 82 & 83 cannot be entered in any other cattle classes except Junior
Showman Classes
Exhibits in classes 82 and 83 will be judged in their pens and need not be halter broken.                                  Judge: Mr MT Jones (Brecon)

CLASS 80     STEER                                                                          CLASS 90       BULL. Born before 1st January 2009.

                                                                                            CLASS 91       BULL. Born in 2009.
             Any breed or cross breed with no more than 2 permanent incisors.

CLASS 81     HEIFER
             Any breed or cross breed with no more than 2 permanent incisors.               CLASS 92       COW. Born on or before 31st December 2007.

CLASS 82     PURE NATIVE OR NATIVE SIRED COW WITH CALF AT FOOT                              CLASS 93       HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2008.

                                                                                            CLASS 94       MAIDEN HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2009 Classes 93 & 94 may
             Any Native breed or Native cross breed. Calf to have been born in 2010.

CLASS 83     PURE CONTINENTAL OR CONTINENTAL SIRED COW WITH CALF AT
             FOOT. Any Continental breed or Continental cross breed. Calf to have been
                                                                                                           be merged into one class if either has less than 3 entries.

                                                                                            CLASS 95 GROUP OF 3 BRITISH LIMOUSIN. Entered in previous classes and at least

       AWARD FOR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL BEEF CLASSES
             born in 2010.


                                                                                                              AWARD FOR BRITISH LIMOUSIN CLASSES
                                                                                            one to have been bred by the Exhibitor, of any age or sex.


40   LIZZYʼS LARDER CUP
     Perpetual challenge cup for the Champion in the Commercial Beef Classes                42     CHAMPION
             Winner 2009: Mr RF Spiller                                                            British Limousin Breed Champion


                              BRITISH CHAROLAIS
                                                                                                             Winner 2009:Mr CJ Hutchings



         This section is sponsored by: RJ Sampson Silos & Grain Handling
                                                                                                                 ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18th JUNE 2010

                                                                                                    The North Devon Agricultural Society wishes to thank all Sponsors
                                                                                                 both Nationally and Locally for their generous support of this years Show
                           Judge: Mr R Northmore (Yelverton)

CLASS 84     BULL. Born before 1st January 2009

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                                   BRITISH BLUE                                                          ANY OTHER CONTINENTAL BREED
                  This section is sponsored by: Cornwall Farmers                                                 Judge: Mr MT Jones (Brecon)

                      Judge: Mr Ben Newton (Watford, Northants)                   CLASS 108 BULL. Born before 1st January 2009

CLASS 96     BULL. Born before 1st January 2009                                   CLASS 109 BULL. Born in 2009

CLASS 97     BULL. Born in 2009.                                                  CLASS 110 COW. Born on or before 31st December 2007

CLASS 98     COW. Born on or before 31st December 2007.                           CLASS 111 HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2008

CLASS 99     HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2008.                           CLASS 112 MAIDEN HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2009 Classes 111 & 112 may

CLASS 100 MAIDEN HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2009 Classes 99 & 100 may
                                                                                            be merged into one class if either has less than 3 entries.

          be merged into one class if either has less than 3 entries.             If you have a group of three please enter the Group on entry form quoting class 113, pay an

CLASS 101 GROUP OF 3 BRITISH BLUE. Entered in previous classes and at least one
                                                                                  entry fee and you will be eligible for the Beef Interbreed Group. Please state breed on entry


                                                                                        AWARD FOR ANY OTHER CONTINENTAL BREED CLASSES
                                                                                  form.
          to have been bred by the Exhibitor, of any age or sex.


              CUP FOR BRITISH BELGIAN BLUE CLASSES                                45   CHAMPION
                                                                                       This class is sponsored by: Seldons
43   E. HASTE TROPHY                                                                   Any Other Continental Breed Champion
     Perpetual challenge cup for the Belgian Blue Breed Champion                               Winner 2009: Not awarded


                                                                                                         JUNIOR SHOWMAN COMPETITION
             Winner 2009: Mr EC Haste


                             BRITISH SIMMENTAL
                                                                                                         Judge: Mr Keith Jempson ( Hungerford, Berks)
                          Judge: Mr R Northmore ( Yelverton)

CLASS 102 BULL. Born before 1st January 2009
                                                                                                           These classes will commence at 1:30 pm


CLASS 103 BULL. Born in 2009
                                                                                  The North Devon Agricultural Society would wish to point out that the parents and guardians
                                                                                  of any minor are wholly and solely responsible for their safety and well being, both in and out

CLASS 104 COW. Born on or before 31st December 2007
                                                                                  of the competition rings.


CLASS 105 HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2008
                                                                                  All entries forward in Classes 115 to 117 will receive a rosette.


CLASS 106 MAIDEN HEIFER. Born on or after 1st January 2009. Classes 104 & 105
                                                                                  RULES:
                                                                                                a] Calf to be of any breed or cross
          may be merged into one class if either has less than 3 entries                        b] To be judged on turnout of calf and leader, and leader’s ability to parade

CLASS 107 GROUP OF 3 BRITISH SIMMENTAL. Entered in previous classes and at
                                                                                                   animal.
                                                                                                c] The conformation of the calf is to be disregarded
          least one to have been bred by the Exhibitor, of any age or sex.                      d] If the calf will NOT be transported with other showing cattle – please ring

                CUP FOR BRITISH SIMMENTAL CLASSES
                                                                                                   Secretary on 01769 560205
                                                                                                e] A minimum of 4 entries are required for each class, if there are less the

44   TSB CUP
                                                                                                   classes will be amalgamated to reflect the age span.
                                                                                                f) Please enter age of child on entry form
                                                                                                g) One child pass will be allocated per entry
     Perpetual trophy presented to the Champion British Simmental
             Winner 2009: Not awarded
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CLASS 115 JUNIOR SHOWMAN. Aged 8 years and under on Show day and the calf to                                          BEEF INTER GROUP CHAMPION
                                                                                                              This Championship is sponsored by: St Merryn Foods
          be up to 6 months old

CLASS 116 JUNIOR SHOWMAN. Aged 9 - 12 years on Show day and the calf to be up to
          6 months old                                                                       50   E. J. LEY CUP
CLASS 117 JUNIOR SHOWMAN. Aged 13 years and over on Show day and the calf to
                                                                                                  Re presented as a perpetual cup for the Winning Group in the Beef
                                                                                                  Group Championship
          be up to 12 months old
                                                                                                          Winner 2009: Mr EC Haste

        CUP FOR JUNIOR SHOWMAN COMPETITION CLASSES                                                                            PRESIDENTʼS PRIZE

46   MEIKLE CUP
                                                                                             The President will award a prize to the Exhibitor in the Livestock Classes gaining most
                                                                                             points. Only ONE entry per Exhibitor is to count in each class. In the event of a tie the prize
     Perpetual challenge cup presented to the Champion Junior Showman                        will be awarded to the Competitor who has gained most points relative to the number of

     Special prizes sponsored by: Smallridge Bros.
             Winner 2009: Mr Barnaby Bridgman                                                entries.

                                                                                                                    TSW TELEVISION SOUTH WEST TROPHY

                              BEEF CHAMPIONSHIP
                                                                                                          This trophy will be awarded to the winner of the Presidents prize.
                                                                                                                                To be held for one year

                           Judge: Mr J McMillan (Cheltenham)                                                                     2009: Mr C Hutchings

                           Judging will commence at 2:00 pm                                  In addition to normal prize money:


                          BEEF SUPREME CHAMPION
                                                                                             Supreme Champions receive       £50.00       Reserves £30.00
                                                                                             Interbreed Champions receive £35.00          Reserves £20.00


                This Championship is sponsored by: EJ Snell & Sons
                                                                                             Champions receive               £20.00       Reserves £15.00



47   B. A. C. SPANS CUP
                                                                                                                                     HOLSTEIN
                                                                                                                  This section is sponsored by: Parkham Farms
     Perpetual challenge cup presented to the Supreme Champion in the Beef Breeds: only
     the winners of the 9 breed championships within the Beef Section to be judged for the
     Championship and Reserve Interbreed.
     Winner 2009:BR Nancekivell & Son                                                                              Judge: Ms Dawn Coryn, (St Merryn, Padstowe)


                      NATIVE INTERBREED CHAMPION
                                                                                             The Holstein Cattle classes are held under the rules of the HOLSTEIN UK and IRELAND
                                                                                             Society. The Conditions, Definitions and those Practices permitted by the aforesaid Society

           This Championship is sponsored by: Slee Blackwell Solicitors
                                                                                             will be enforced.

                                                                                             CLASS 118 JUNIOR HEIFER. Born after 1st March 2008 and not having produced a calf.
48   NANCEKIVELL CUP
     Perpetual challenge cup presented to the best Exhibit in the Native                     CLASS 119 COW IN CALF. Eligible for Best Udder award.

                                                                                             CLASS 120 HEIFER IN MILK. Eligible for Best Udder award.
     Breed Beef Classes.
             Winner 2009: Mr & Mrs PM Ayre

                                                                                             CLASS 121 COW IN MILK. Born between 2005 & 2006. Eligible for Best Udder award.
                 CONTINENTAL INTERBREED CHAMPION
                                                                                             CLASS 122 COW IN MILK. Born before 2004. Eligible for Best Udder award.
               This Championship is sponsored by: St Merryn Foods
                                                                                             CLASS 123 GROUP OF 3 HOLSTEIN FEMALES. From the same owner and entered in
49   PICKARD & CO. CUP
                                                                                                       previous classes.
     Perpetual challenge cup presented to the best Exhibit in the
     Continental Beef Classes
                                                                                                                   ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18 JUNE 2010
             Winner 2009: BR Nancekivell & Son
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                       CUPS FOR HOLSTEIN CLASSES                                                      CUPS FOR ANY OTHER DAIRY BREED CLASSES
51   SUDDON TROPHY                                                                       57   NATIONWIDE BUILDING SOCIETY CUP.
     Perpetual challenge trophy for the best group of 3 Holstein females                      Perpetual challenge cup for the Best Ayrshire Cow or Heifer in Milk
             Winner 2009: Mr. J. G. Ley                                                               Winner 2009: Not awarded

52   NATWEST SILVER SALVER - HOLSTEIN                                                    58   WHITSTONE CUP
     Perpetual salver presented to the Champion Holstein.                                     A challenge cup presented by A. W. Meikle Esq., for the best pair of Ayrshire females
             Winner 2009: Mr. J. G. Ley                                                       bred by the Exhibitor For final possession to be won 3 times in succession or any 4

53   AMBROSE E. FULFORD CUP
                                                                                              times.
                                                                                         1990/95/98/99, Messrs A. W. & S.A. 1990/95/98/99, Messrs A. W. & S.A. Meikle; 1991/94/96,
     Perpetual challenge cup for the best registered female and exhibited                Messrs Nichols; 1992, M. D. Evans; 1993, M. Evans & M. Pearce, 1997/2001: No
     by a Member of the Society.                                                         Competition; 2000/02/03/05: Messrs A. W. & S.A. Meikle, 2004, Miss C. Long


                                                                                                                                JERSEY
             Winner 2009: Mr. J. G. Ley                                                       Winner 2009: Not awarded

54   FRANK BEER CUP
     Perpetual challenge cup for the best cow or heifer in milk being the
                                                                                                                                Judge: TBA

                                                                                         CLASS 129 COW. Due to calf before 1st January 2011
     third generation bred by the Exhibitor
              Winner 2009: Mr. J. G. Ley

55   W. H. LEY ESQ. TROPHY                                                               CLASS 130 HEIFER. Born on or after 1st February 2007

                                                                                         CLASS 131 COW IN MILK. Not due to calf before 1st January 2011
     Perpetual challenge trophy for the best cow or heifer bred by an
     Exhibitor

                                                                                         CLASS 132 GROUP OF 3 JERSEY FEMALES. From the same owner and entered in
              Winner 2009: Mr. J. G. Ley

56   WORLD WIDE SIRES TROPHY

                                                                                                                   CUP FOR JERSEY CLASSES
                                                                                                   previous classes
     Presented by World Wide Sires UK (US Semen Suppliers -
     Barnstaple) for the winner of Class 120.

                                                                                         59   JERSEY SOCIETY CUP
             Winner 2009: Mr. J. G. Ley

                    DEVON HOLSTEIN BREEDERS CLUB                                              Perpetual Challenge Cup for the Jersey Breed Champion
                                                                                                      Winner 2009: Not awarded


                                                                                                               DAIRY & DUAL PURPOSE-DEXTER
A CHAMPIONSHIP ROSETTE & PLAQUE will be awarded by the Devon Holstein Breeders
Club for the best Pedigree or Supplementary Registered animal in the Holstein Classes,

                                                                                                             This section is sponsored by: EJ Snell & Sons
bred and exhibited by a Club Member


                           ANY OTHER DAIRY BREED
     Winner 2009: Mr. J. G. Ley

                                                                                                               Judge: Mr John Lee (Compton Dando, Bristol)
                                       Judge: TBA                                        CLASS 133 BULL. Any Age

CLASS 124 COW. Due to calf before 1st January 2011                                       CLASS 134 COW or HEIFER. In milk

CLASS 125 HEIFER. In calf or in milk born after 1st, August 2007                         CLASS 135 DRY COW.

CLASS 126 MAIDEN HEIFER. Less than 2 years old                                           CLASS 136 HEIFER. Under 33 months, in calf

CLASS 127 COW IN MILK. Not due to calf before 1st January 2011                           CLASS 137 HEIFER. Under 16 months

CLASS 128 GROUP OF 3 FEMALES. From the same owner and entered in previous                CLASS 138 GROUP OF 3 DEXTER FEMALES. From the same owner and entered in
          classes.                                                                                 previous classes
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        CUP FOR DAIRY & DUAL PURPOSE-DEXTER CLASSES                                                                                     SHEEP
60   MRS. M.M.KING CUP                                                                                                            Senior Steward:    Mr M C Yeo
     Perpetual challenge cup for the Dexter Breed Champion                                                                 Deputy Senior Steward:    Mr PRJ Ley


                           CUPS FOR DAIRY CLASSES
             Winner 2009:Mr & Mrs M Mountjoy
                                                                                                 •    Conditions of entry are subject to current DEFRA movement restrictions and exhibitors
                                                                                                      must comply with all animal health regulations in force at the time of the show.
61   KIMLAND CUP (Class 139)
                                                                                                 •    We reserve the right to reject entries and make an administration charge.
                                                                                                 •    Please indicate on your entry form if MV accredited.
     Perpetual Challenge cup presented by Messrs W. Gubb and Sons for the Cow, the               •    Ownership: All exhibits in the sheep classes other than those bred by the Exhibitor
     property of the Exhibitor living in the Society's area gaining most points on production         must have been registered as being owned by the Exhibitor for a minimum of two (2)
     and inspection                                                                                   months prior to Show day.
             [1] PRODUCTION: One point will be awarded for combined weight of                    •    ALL SHEEP ARE TO BE PENNED.
                  butterfat and protein produced in the last complete lactation [not to exceed
                                                                                                 •    3 exhibitors are required for each class to be effective
                  305 days]. This score will then be indexed as a percentage of breed
                                                                                                 •    Each exhibitor is limited to two entries per class
                  average. National Milk Record Certificates to be forwarded with entry
                                                                                                 •    The Society reserves the right to remove from the ring or Grand Parade any exhibitor
                  forms.
                                                                                                      or stockman who is deemed incompetent.
             [2] INSPECTION: The cow placed first will be awarded the same points as
                                                                                                 •    RULE 6 APPLIES TO ALL CLASSES IN THE SHEEP SECTION
                  the highest production cow, remaining animals in a descending scale at
                  the Judge's discretion.
                                                                                                 EACH SHEEP EXHIBITOR WILL RECEIVE:

                              DAIRY CHAMPIONSHIP
                                                                                                 •    1 FREE vehicle pass and in addition
                                                                                                 •    1 FREE handlers pass for every 3 sheep entered
                                                                                                 ALL OCCUPANTS OF VEHICLES ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL PASS
                                 Judge: Miss Dawn Coryn                                          Without an entry pass the individual will be required to pay the full price of £12.00

                                                                                                 Additional vehicle pass                   £9.00 per pass to a maximum of ONE

                               SUPREME CHAMPION
                            Judging will commence at 1:30pm
                                                                                                 Extra Individual Passes                   £10.00 each
                                                                                                 Children’s passes (5 – 15 years)          £3.00 each

               This Championship is sponsored by: Harpers Home Mix
                                                                                                 Please ensure you request the number of Extra passes you require on your entry form or they
                                                                                                 can be purchased through our ticket agent: www.netaticket.co.uk or phone 0845 230 5177

64   TOM ANSTEY CUP                                                                              Entry fees for Sheep classes 140 to 236
     Perpetual Challenge Cup presented by the NORTH DEVON AGRICULTURAL                           Members:                                  £2.50
     SOCIETY for the Supreme Champion in the Dairy Breeds                                        Non-members:                              £3.50
                                                                                                 Pen Fee: (Pens are 6ft by 6ft. Approx.)   £2.00 each

                             INTERBREED CHAMPION
            Winner 2009: Mr JG Ley


                This Championship is sponsored by: NWF Agriculture
                                                                                                 Prize Money for Classes 140 to 234
                                                                                                 1st £15, 2nd £11, 3rd £8, 4th £4, 5th £3, 6th £3

63   W. H. LEY TROPHY
                                                                                                 Prize Money for Classes 285, 286, 287
                                                                                                 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4, 5th £3, 6th £3
     Challenge trophy for the best exhibit in the Diary Classes bred by                          In addition to normal prize money:
     the Exhibitor                                                                               Supreme Champions receive       £50.00 Reserves £30.00
             Winner 2009: Mr JG Ley                                                              Breed Champions receive         £20.00 Reserves £15.00

                                                                                                 ROSETTES: Best Female and Best Male Rosettes are awarded IN ALL Breeds
                                                                                                 Judging will commence promptly at 9.00 am
In addition to normal prize money:

                                                                                                 Exhibitors are asked to be on the Field and penned by 8.00 am
Supreme Champions receive       £50.00      Reserves £30.00
Interbreed Champions receive £35.00         Reserves £20.00
Champions receive               £20.00      Reserves £15.00


                                                                                                                      ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18 JUNE 2010
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                                 DEVON CLOSEWOOL                                                                                   EXMOOR HORN
                 This section is sponsored by: Mole Valley Farmers Ltd                                         This section is sponsored by: Webbers Travel of Exmoor

                          Judge: Mr MR Scott ( Watchet, Somerset)                                                            Judge: Mr Robin Hayes (Exford)

This Show is a qualifying show for the Brian Kent-Smith Perpetual Challenge Cup for the          CLASS 147 RAM 2 Shear or over.

                                                                                                 CLASS 148 SHEARLING RAM.
Ram of the Year and the Eddie Bulled Perpetual Challenge Cup for the Ewe of the Year.

CLASS 140 RAM 2 Shear or over.
                                                                                                 CLASS 149 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010
CLASS 141 SHEARLING RAM
                                                                                                 CLASS 150 SHEARLING EWE
CLASS 142 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010
                                                                                                 CLASS 151 RAM LAMB
CLASS 143 SHEARLING EWE
                                                                                                 CLASS 152 EWE LAMB
CLASS 144 RAM LAMB
                                                                                                 CLASS 153 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS.
CLASS 145 EWE LAMB
                                                                                                                                                        Owned by exhibitor one to be of


                                                                                                                    CUPS FOR EXMOOR HORN CLASSES
                                                                                                           opposite sex

CLASS 146 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS.                    Owned by exhibitor one to be of

                                                                                                 74   JACK BURGE CUP
                  CUPS FOR DEVON CLOSEWOOL CLASSES
          opposite sex

                                                                                                      Perpetual challenge cup for the Exmoor Horn Breed Champion

70     JIM LEY CUP
                                                                                                              Winner 2009: T Atkins & Sons

       Challenge trophy for the Devon Closewool Breed Champion. For final possession to          75   TL RICHARDS CUP IN HONOUR OF RUTH COOK
       be won 4 times in succession or any 5 times.                                                   Replacing the Ruth Cook cup – won outright by TL Richards
                 Replacing the A.E.COOK CUP – won outright in 2009 by Mr WJ Ley                       To be judged by the Championship Judge
       No Competition 1997/2001/2007                                                                  Challenge cup for the best group of 3 Devon Closewool or Exmoor Horn Sheep, one
       Mr WJ Ley 1995/2003/2004/2006/2009, Mr MR Scott 1996, Mrs. L. Kent-Smith 1998,                 to be of different sex, Owned by the owner. For final possession to be won 4 times in
       Mr. T. L. Richards1999/2000/2008, Mr P Dallyn 2002, Mr AE Cook 2005                            succession or any 5 times

71     BOB KIFT CUP
                                                                                                      No Competition1997/1999/2001/2007, EG Bulled 1989, AE Cook 1990/1991/2006,
                                                                                                      TL Richards 1992/1994/2000/2002/2009, DM Ridd & Son 1993/2004/2005, WJ Ley
       Perpetual Challenge Trophy for the most points in the Devon Closewool Classes                  1995/1996/2003, Mrs L Kent Smith 1998, T Atkins 2008,
               Winner 2009:                                                                                    Winner 2009: Mr TL Richards

72     CHRISTIE CUP
                                                                                                                    DEVON AND CORNWALL LONGWOOL
                                                                                                                  This section is sponsored by: Peter Peter & Wright
       A.L. Christie Cup. Re-presented by the family of Mr F. Elliott as a perpetual challenge
       trophy for the Best Devon Closewool Shearling Ram
       Winner 2009: Mr. W. Jim Ley,

73     DALLYN CUP
                                                                                                                         Judge: Mr Richmond Harding, (Winsford)

                                                                                                 CLASS 154 RAM 2 Shear or over.
       The Arthur Dallyn Memorial Cup Presented for the best lamb in the Devon Closewool

                                                                                                 CLASS 155 SHEARLING RAM
       breed.
               Winner 2009: Mr TL Richards

        The North Devon Agricultural Society wishes to thank all Sponsors                        CLASS 156 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010
     both Nationally and Locally for their generous support of this years Show
                                                                                                 CLASS 157 SHEARLING EWE
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CLASS 158 RAM LAMB                                                                                            TEXEL BREED CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS
CLASS 159 EWE LAMB                                                                            To qualify for this championship exhibitors must have won a Texel Breed Championship at a

CLASS 160 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS.
                                                                                              show(s) in 2010. The champion animal may not be entered in the Texel classes 161 – 167
                                                        Owned by exhibitor one to be of       at North Devon Show 2010. The Champion Texel at North Devon Show 2010 will be eligible


     CUPS FOR DEVON AND CORNWALL LONGWOOL CLASSES
          opposite sex                                                                        to compete.
                                                                                              To obtain a qualification card please contact the Show Office or Malcolm Yeo.
                                                                                              Champion £50.00             Reserve: £25

76   COUNTY GARAGE CUP
     Perpetual challenge cup for the Devon and Cornwall Longwool Breed Champion                                                      SUFFOLK
                                                                                                                     This section is sponsored by: Lloyds TSB
             Winner 2009: Mrs Lesley Perrett

77   DRAKE BROS CUP
     Perpetual challenge cup for the best breeding pen of 3 animals (one male and two                                  Judge: Mr David Rossitter (Kingsbridge)

                                                                                              CLASS 168 RAM 2 Shear or over.
     females).


                                   BRITISH TEXEL
             Winner 2009: Mrs. P. Coulter-Smith

                                                                                              CLASS 169 SHEARLING RAM.

                  This section is sponsored by: The Cornish Mutual                            CLASS 170 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010

                             Judge: Mrs B Booker (Llandeilo)                                  CLASS 171 SHEARLING EWE

The Texel Sheep Classes will be run in accordance with the British Texel Society’s Bye-Laws   CLASS 172 RAM LAMB

CLASS 161 RAM 2 Shear or over                                                                 CLASS 173 EWE LAMB

CLASS 162 SHEARLING RAM                                                                       CLASS 174 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS                    Owned by exhibitor one to be of

CLASS 163 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010
                                                                                                                      CUPS FOR SUFFOLK CLASSES
                                                                                                        opposite sex


CLASS 164 SHEARLING EWE
                                                                                              81   GIBBINGS CUP
CLASS 165 RAM LAMB                                                                                 Challenge cup for the Suffolk Breed Champion. For final possession to be won 3 times

CLASS 166 EWE LAMB
                                                                                                   in succession or any 4 times
                                                                                                   1997/2001/2007 No Competition, 1990, W. L. Coe; 1991, Messrs Montague; 1992 N.

CLASS 167 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS.
                                                                                                   K. Allin; 1993/95, T. A. Irwin & Son; 1994 Mrs. P. Heddon; 1996/98/99, Mr. R.J. Hutching;
                                                        Owned by exhibitor one to be of            2000 Miss SJ Lerwill; 2002 Mrs L Gregory; 2003/2004 Messrs Elsworthy; 2005/2006


                    CUPS FOR BRITISH TEXEL CLASSES
          opposite sex                                                                             Mr RF Holmes; 2008 Mr J Creeper; 2009 Mr G Reddaway

                                                                                              82   R. J. HUTCHINGS CUP

78   NORTH DEVON MEAT TROPHY
                                                                                                   Perpetual Challenge cup presented by the Stoke Rivers Sheep Show in memory of
                                                                                                   Raymond Hutchings for the Best Shearling Ram
     Perpetual challenge cup for the British Texel Breed Champion                                          Winner 2009: Not Awarded
     Winner 2009: Mr SM Reed

79   LANGAN ROSE CUP
     Perpetual challenge cup for the British Texel Male Champion
             Winner 2009: Mr SM Reed
                                                                                                                   ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18 JUNE 2010
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                                           JACOB                                                           CUPS FOR BRITISH CHAROLLAIS CLASSES
                        Judge: Mrs A Milner (Wimborne, Dorset)                              85   LLOYD MAUNDER CUP

CLASS 175 RAM 2 Shear or over.
                                                                                                 Perpetual challenge cup for the British Charollais Breed Champion


                                                                                                                                  BELTEX
                                                                                                         Winner 2009: Mrs CE Irwin

CLASS 176 SHEARLING RAM.

CLASS 177 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010                                                        Judge: Miss Louise Moorhouse (Doddiscomleigh, Devon)

CLASS 178 SHEARLING EWE                                                                     CLASS 189 RAM 2 Shear or over.

CLASS 179 RAM LAMB                                                                          CLASS 190 SHEARLING RAM.

CLASS 180 EWE LAMB                                                                          CLASS 191 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010

CLASS 181 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS. Owned by exhibitor one to be of                      CLASS 192 SHEARLING EWE.

                                                                                            CLASS 193 RAM LAMB
                         CUPS FOR JACOB CLASSES
          opposite sex


                                                                                            CLASS 194 EWE LAMB
83   R.G.B. GROUP CUP
     Perpetual challenge cup for the Jacob Breed Champion                                   CLASS 195 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS. Owned by exhibitor one to be of


                                                                                                                   AWARD FOR BELTEX CLASSES
             Winner 2009: I & E Coates                                                                opposite sex

84   BERT GUARD CUP

                                                                                            86   CHAMPION
     Perpetual challenge cup for the best exhibit of a Jacob Sheep Owned by the Exhibitor


                             BRITISH CHAROLLAIS
             Winner 2009: I & E Coates


                                                                                                                    ANY OTHER BREED (BRITISH)
                                                                                                      Winner 2009: D & S Payne


                   This section is sponsored by: EJ Snell & Sons
                                                                                                                   This section is sponsored by: Volac Ltd
                        Judge: Mr P Tully (Bridgwater, Somerset)

CLASS 182 RAM 2 Shear or over.
                                                                                                                   Judge: Mr A Kingdon (Newquay, Cornwall)


CLASS 183 SHEARLING RAM.
                                                                                                                       Please State Breed on Entry Form

                                                                                            CLASS 196 RAM 2 Shear or over.
CLASS 184 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010
                                                                                            CLASS 197 SHEARLING RAM.
CLASS 185 SHEARLING EWE
                                                                                            CLASS 198 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010
CLASS 186 RAM LAMB
                                                                                            CLASS 199 SHEARLING EWE
CLASS 187 EWE LAMB
                                                                                            CLASS 200 RAM LAMB
CLASS 188 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS. Owned by exhibitor one to be of
          opposite sex                                                                      CLASS 201 EWE LAMB

                                                                                            CLASS 202 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS. Owned by exhibitor one to be of
                                                                                                      opposite sex
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           CUPS FOR ANY OTHER BREED (BRITISH) CLASSES                                              CLASS 215 EWE LAMB

87   VOLAC INTERNATIONAL CUP                                                                       CLASS 216 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS. Owned by exhibitor one to be of


                                                                                                                    AWARD FOR THE RPM BREED CLASSES
     Re-presented as the perpetual challenge cup for the champion Any Other British Breed                    opposite sex


                      ANY OTHER BREED (CONTINENTAL)
            Winner 2009: Mrs SD Martyn


                                                                                                   89   CHAMPION


                                                                                                                                          LLEYN
                            Judge: Mr H Keast (Crediton, Devon)                                              Winner 2009: Mrs S Hoskin

                             Please State Breed on Entry Form

CLASS 203 RAM 2 Shear or over.                                                                                        This section is sponsored by: Cornish Mutual

CLASS 204 SHEARLING RAM                                                                                                      Judge: Mr M Geen (South Molton)

CLASS 205 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010                                                CLASS 217 RAM 2 shear and over

CLASS 206 SHEARLING EWE                                                                            CLASS 218 SHEARLING RAM

CLASS 207 RAM LAMB                                                                                 CLASS 219 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010

CLASS 208 EWE LAMB                                                                                 CLASS 220 SHEARLING EWE

CLASS 209 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS. Owned by exhibitor one to be of                             CLASS 221 RAM LAMB

                                                                                                   CLASS 222 EWE LAMB
       CUPS FOR ANY OTHER BREED (CONTINENTAL) CLASSES
          opposite sex


                                                                                                   CLASS 223 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS. Owned by exhibitor one to be of
88   CHURCUM CUP

                                                                                                                           CUPS FOR LLEYN CLASSES
                                                                                                             opposite sex
     Re-presented as the perpetual challenge cup for the champion Any Other Continental
     Breed

                                                                                                   90   YORKSHIRE CLOTHING CUP
                      THE RARE, PRIMITIVE & MINORITY BREED
            Winner 2009: Mr J Yeo

                                                                                                        Perpetual challenge cup for the Lleyn Breed Champion
                                                                                                                Winner 2009: PJ & MM Hendy
                        Judge: Mr H Braddick (Langport, Somerset)

                             Please State Breed on Entry Form                                                                          SHETLAND
If sufficient entries are received for these classes they will be split at the discretion of the                         Judge: Ms Sarah Mitchell (Bridport, Dorset)

                                                                                                   CLASS 224 RAM 2 Shear and over
Senior Sheep Steward

CLASS 210 RAM Any age.
                                                                                                   CLASS 225 SHEARLING RAM
CLASS 211 Shearling Ram
                                                                                                   CLASS 226 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010
CLASS 212 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010
                                                                                                   CLASS 227 SHEARLING EWE
CLASS 213 SHEARLING EWE
                                                                                                   CLASS 228 RAM LAMB
CLASS 214 RAM LAMB
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CLASS 229 EWE LAMB                                                                                                                 SHEEP CHAMPIONSHIP
CLASS 230 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS. Owned by exhibitor one to be of                                     This section is sponsored by: South West Sheep Breeders Services


                       AWARD FOR SHETLAND CLASSES
          opposite sex
                                                                                                                          Judge:    Mr John Sinnett (Stockton on Teme)

91   CHAMPION
                                                                                                                                    To be judged at 12 o’clock

                                                                                                  93    ESSINGTON CUP
                                    WILTSHIRE HORN
          Winner 2009: VA & JJ Bloom
                                                                                                        Challenge cup for the Supreme Champion in the Sheep Classes. For final possession

              This section is sponsored by: Wiltshire Horn Sheep Society
                                                                                                        to be won 3 times in succession or any 4 times:
                                                                                                        1985/88 N.K. Allin, 1986/87 Drake Bros, 1989 A.T. Guard, 1990 M. Lury, 1991 Messrs.
                                                                                                        Montague, 1992, D. & J. Wonnacott, 1993/94 Mrs J Richarson, 1995 TA Irwin & Son,
                       Judge:      Mr RG Elliott (Kislington, Northants)                                1996/2006 Mr C Hopper, 1998 Mr RJ Hutchings, 1999 Mr HJ Keast, 2000 Miss SJ

CLASS 231 RAM 2 Shear and over
                                                                                                        Lerwill, 2002 Mr PRH Brewer, 2003 Messrs Elsworthy, 2004 Mr S Norman, 2005 Mr
                                                                                                        RF Holmes, 2008 Mr R Harris

CLASS 232 SHEARLING RAM
                                                                                                        1997/2001/2007 NO SHOW
                                                                                                                  Winner 2009: Mr SM Reed

CLASS 233 EWE 2 Shear or over having lambed in 2010                                               94    N.K.ALLIN TROPHY

CLASS 234 SHEARLING EWE
                                                                                                        Re-presented as a challenge trophy for the best Group of Three exhibited in the Sheep
                                                                                                        Classes: one of the group is to be of opposite sex and one is to be Owned by the

CLASS 235 RAM LAMB
                                                                                                        Exhibitor For final possession to be won 3 times in succession or any 4 times.
                                                                                                                 Winner 2009: Mrs CE Irwin
CLASS 236 EWE LAMB                                                                                95    JOSLIN CANDELABRA
CLASS 237 GROUP OF 3 BREEDING ANIMALS. Owned by exhibitor one to be of
                                                                                                        Perpetual challenge trophy for the Best 2 Shear, or over, Ram in any breed
                                                                                                                Winner 2009: Mr SM Reed
          opposite sex

                       AWARDS FOR WILTSHIRE HORN CLASSES
                                                                                                                                            FLEECE
91   CHAMPION (No Trophy for this section)
                                                                                                                               Judge:    Mr M Berry (South Molton)

                       JUNIOR SHOWMAN COMPETITION
          Winner 2009: NO AWARD


                                                                                                  Rules
                                                                                                                               Judging will commence at 10.30 a.m.

                    This section is sponsored by: Harpers Home Mix                                1.   Exhibitors may make any number of entries for the classes listed below but may only
                                                                                                       actually exhibit two entries per class. It is the responsibility of the exhibitors to ensure
                          Judge:     Mr Bill Harper (North Tamerton)                                   they enter in the correct class.
                                                                                                  2.   All fleeces should be neatly rolled
                                   To be judged at 11.00 am                                       3.   All fleeces should be labelled with the class entered, the breed or cross and the name
                                                                                                       and address of the exhibitor.
All entries forward in Classes 285, 286 and 287 will receive a rosette.                           4.   It is the responsibility of the exhibitors to ensure delivery of their fleeces to the Fleece
The North Devon Agricultural Society would wish to point out that the parents and guardians            Competition Marquee near the Sheep lines by 9.00am on 4 August 2010. The fleeces
of any minor are wholly and solely responsible for their safety and well being, both in and out        may be removed at 4.30pm that afternoon.
of the competition rings

CLASS 285 JUNIOR SHOWMAN FANCY DRESS Aged 8 years and under on day of show
                                                                                                  5.   Fleeces that are artificially stained or coloured or fastened with twine will be eliminated.
                                                                                                  6.   The Fleece Competition will be judged on a points system and the judge’s decision will

CLASS 286 JUNIOR SHOWMAN 9 - 12 years on Show day.
                                                                                                       be final.
                                                                                                  7.   The Society’s Rule 6 will apply to the Fleece Competition.

CLASS 287 JUNIOR SHOWMAN Over 12 years on show day.
                                                                                                  8.   Winners will be awarded points towards the President’s Prize


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Entry fees for Fleece Classes 290 to 296 £2.00
Prize Money for classes 290 to 296 1st £10 2nd £7.50 3rd £5
                                                                                                                                    DAIRY GOATS
                                                                                                                                   Judge:    Miss Pam Newcombe (Yarm)
The Champion Fleece and Reserve Champion will receive rosettes and a cash prize.                                    Dairy Goat Secretary:    Mrs. E. A. C. Connor

CLASS 290 FINE Including Down and Down Cross
                                                                                                                          Senior Steward:    Mrs. S. Owen
                                                                                                                    Senior Ring Steward:     Mr. R. Calcroft

CLASS 291 MEDIUM Including Half-breed Kent, Texel, Lleyn and SW Light Cross Owned.                •    Conditions of entry are subject to current DEFRA movement restrictions and exhibitors

CLASS 292 CROSS Including Masham, Mule and Greyface
                                                                                                       must comply with all animal health regulations in force at the time of the show.
                                                                                                  •    We reserve the right to reject entries and make an administration charge.

CLASS 293 LUSTRE Including Wensleydale, Lincoln, Devon, Cotswold, and Bluefaced
                                                                                                  •    Please include a photocopy of your CAE certificate with your entry
                                                                                                  •    No entire male dairy breed goat admitted to the Showground

CLASS 294 HILL Including Radnor, Improved Welsh, Cheviot, Exmoor
                                                                                                  •    ALL EXHIBITED GOATS ARE TO BE PENNED
          Leicester.

          This class is sponsored by Glover Stanbury
                                                                                                  •    Goats are expected to be presented in a clean condition
                                                                                                  •    Entries can be denied
                                                                                                  •    RULE 6 WILL APPLY TO ALL GOAT INSPECTION CLASSES
CLASS 295 MOUNTAIN Including Swaledale, Dales-Owned, Blackface, Rough Fell and
                                                                                                  •    All winners are required to participate in the Grand Parade
                                                                                                  •    Straw will be provided at a ratio of 1 bale per 3 pens – exhibitors will be asked to make

          This class is sponsored by Glover Stanbury
          Welsh                                                                                        a contribution to the cost of the straw.


CLASS 296 NATURAL COLOURED Including Jacob, Hardwick, Black Welsh Mountain or
                                                                                                  The Society reserves the right to approach your vet or testing laboratory to clarify any
                                                                                                  queries on your CAE forms

          This class is sponsored by Glover Stanbury
          any other natural coloured pure Owned or cross Owned fleece.
                                                                                                  EACH GOAT EXHIBITOR WILL RECEIVE:

                         AWARD FOR FLEECE CLASSES
                                                                                                  •  1 FREE vehicle pass and in addition
                                                                                                  •  1 FREE handler’s pass per 2 goats

91   CHAMPION
                                                                                                  ALL OCCUPANTS OF VEHICLES ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL PASS
                                                                                                  Without an entry pass the individual will be required to pay the Full price of £12.00
          Winner 2009: Mr T Elston                                                                 Additional vehicle passes £9.00 per pass to a maximum of ONE
                                  PRESIDENTʼS PRIZE
                                                                                                   Extra Individual Passes £10.00 each
                                                                                                   Children’s passes         £3.00 each
The President will award a prize to the Exhibitor in the Livestock Classes gaining most           Please ensure you request the number of Extra passes you require on your entry form or they
points. Only ONE entry per Exhibitor is to count in each class. In the event of a tie the prize   can be purchased through our ticket agent: www.netaticket.co.uk or phone 0845 230 5177

                                                                                                  B.G.S. Show classification: ʻAʼ
will be awarded to the Competitor who has gained most points relative to the number of
entries.

                                                                                                  GOAT HEALTH CLASSIFICATION: ʻWʼ
2 points for 1st, 1 point for 2nd

                       TSW TELEVISION SOUTH WEST TROPHY                                           The goat classes are held under the rules, regulations and recognition of the British Goat
             This trophy will be awarded to the winner of the Presidents prize.                   Society. All exhibits must be registered with the British Goat Society as in the ownership and
                                                                                                  in the name of the exhibitor, the registered name and number being quoted on the entry
                                   To be held for one year
                                                                                                  form, and the kidding date for goats in milk. All goats in milk must have kidded or aborted a
                                    2009: Mr C Hutchings                                          minimum of 30 days prior to the day of the show .Any goat entered as Registration Applied
                                                                                                  For (R.A.F.) MUST have the registered number submitted to the Section Secretary prior to
                                                                                                  the show day. No pregnant goats may be admitted to the showground. No entire male goat
                                                                                                  admitted to the showground.
                                                                                                  A whole herd Caprine Arthritis Encephalitus (C.A.E.) negative certificate must accompany
                                                                                                  all entries or a monitored herd certificate issued within 12 months of the date of the show
                      ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18 JUNE 2010                                          kids must be from C.A.E negative dams.
                                                                                                  All female goats in milk for inspection and milking trials must be on the showground no later
                                                                                                  than 5.00pm on Tuesday 3 August 2010 and shall be stripped out under the supervision of
                                                                                                  an appointed steward by 6.30pm on that day.
                                                                                                  Kid and goatlings to be on the showground, NOT LATER than 8.30am on 4 August 2010.
                                                                                                  NO animal to be removed from showground before 4.30pm show day without prior
                                                                                                  permission from the Section Secretary, Mrs. Connor.
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GOAT HEALTH CLASSIFICATION: This show is category .W.                                                                                 GOATLING
ENTRY FEES
Classes 300 - 329 £5.00 per goat per class                                                      A goatling being a female that has not borne a kid, between one and two years old, entered
£6.00 to enter a milking goat in both a milking competition and inspection                      in the appropriate section of the herd book.

                                                                                                CLASS 308 SAANEN OR BRITISH SAANEN
Penning FREE

PRIZE MONEY
Classes 300 - 329          1st £12, 2nd £9, 3rd £6, 4th £5, 5th £4 6th £3                       CLASS 309 TOGGENBURG

                    Goat Section Secretary: Mrs. E. A. C. Connor,                               CLASS 310 BRITISH TOGGENBURG

                                                                                                CLASS 311 BRITISH ALPINE
     Connor Farm, Old Bideford Road, Roundswell, Barnstable N, Devon EX 31 2DE


                                     INSPECTION
                                 Tel: 01271 373027.

                                                                                                CLASS 312 ANGLO NUBIAN

A milking goat being a female goat that has borne a kid, any age, and in milk, entered in the   CLASS 313 GOLDEN GUERNSEY OR BRITISH GUERNSEY

                                                                                                CLASS 314 ANY OTHER VARIETY
appropriate section of the herd book

CLASS 300 SAANEN
                                                                                                CUP FOR GOATLING CLASSES
CLASS 301 BRITISH SAANEN
                                                                                                104 JOHN SMALE TROPHY
CLASS 302 TOGGENBURG

                                                                                                                                          KID
                                                                                                    Perpetual challenge trophy for the best goatling

CLASS 303 BRITISH TOGGENBURG

CLASS 304 BRITISH ALPINE                                                                        A female kid must be over two calendar months and not exceeding one year, and be entered

CLASS 305 ANGLO NUBIAN
                                                                                                in the appropriate section of the herd book

                                                                                                CLASS 315 SAANEN OR BRITISH SAANEN
CLASS 306 GOLDEN GUERNSEY OR BRITISH GUERNSEY
                                                                                                CLASS 316 TOGGENBURG
CLASS 307 ANY OTHER VARIETY
                                                                                                CLASS 317 BRITISH TOGGENBURG

                                                                                                CLASS 318 BRITISH ALPINE
Inspection only These Goats will be milked out at the same time as those entered in the


                       CUPS FOR INSPECTION CLASSES
milking competition and the milk held until all milk has been weighed

                                                                                                CLASS 319 ANGLO NUBIAN

100 MOLE VALLEY FARMERS CUP                                                                     CLASS 320 GOLDEN GUERNSEY OR BRITISH GUERNSEY

                                                                                                CLASS 321 ANY OTHER VARIETY
    Perpetual challenge trophy for the best milking goat

101 PENCROFT TROPHY
    Presented for the best Golden Guernsey Adult Milking Goat                                                               CUPS FOR KID CLASSES
102 TIPTON MILLS CUP
                                                                                                105 ROBINSON TRAVEL TROPHY
    Presented for the best exhibit bred in Devon

103 THE CHALLENGE CUP for the Champion She Goat borne a kid.
                                                                                                    Perpetual challenge trophy for the best kid

                                                                                                106 JERSEY ISLAND SALVER
                        ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18 JUNE 2010                                          Presented for the best Golden Guernsey Kid
    All entries to the GENERAL SECRETARY whose address is on the entry form
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                              MILKING COMPETITION                                                                                 PYGMY GOATS
A total of 12 points are required to qualify for prize money in the milking competitions. Rule                                   National Breed Show 2010
6 will not apply in the Milking Competition

CLASS 322 SAANEN
                                                                                                               Incorporating the SW Regional Show of the Pygmy Goat Club.


CLASS 323 BRITISH SAANEN
                                                                                                                               Judge:    Mr M Brown (Countessthorpe)
                                                                                                                      Senior Steward:    Mrs S Davies

CLASS 324 TOGGENBURG
                                                                                                                           Stewards:     Mrs D O’Connell, Mr E O’Connell


CLASS 325      BRITISH TOGGENBURG
                                                                                                 EACH PYGMY GOAT EXHIBITOR WILL RECEIVE
                                                                                                 1 FREE vehicle pass

CLASS 326 BRITISH ALPINE
                                                                                                 1 FREE handler’s pass per 2 goats
                                                                                                 [Children in junior classes will receive a child’s pass]

CLASS 327 ANGLO NUBIAN
                                                                                                 ALL OCCUPANTS OF VEHICLES ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL PASS.
                                                                                                 Security personnel will be on duty to ensure all entrants have tickets. Without an entry pass

CLASS 328 GOLDEN GUERNSEY OR BRITISH GUERNSEY
                                                                                                 the individual will be required to pay the Full price of £12.00


CLASS 329 ANY OTHER VARIETY
                                                                                                      Extra Individual passes £10.00 per pass
                                                                                                      Children's passes (5 – 15 years)£3.00 per pass

Exhibitors are advised that milk produced at a show, which is weighed in the milking             Please ensure you request the number of Extra passes you require on your entry form or they


               CUPS FOR MILKING COMPETITION CLASSES
competition should not be fed to their stock, as there is a risk factor                          can be purchased through our ticket agent: www.netaticket.co.uk or phone 0845 230 5177

                                                                                                 ENTRY FEES

107 AYLESCOTT FEEDS CUP
                                                                                                 Classes 350 to 362 £3.50 per goat per class
                                                                                                 Penning FREEThere will be a limited number of pens available which will be allocated on a
    Perpetual cup for the SUPREME champion goat                                                  first come first serve basis.
            Winner 2009: Mrs Webster                                                                    STRAW IS NOT PROVIDED

108 BEYTAGH CUP                                                                                  PRIZE MONEY
    Best AOV Milking Goat                                                                        Classes 350 to 362 1st £7.50, 2nd £5, 3rd £3, 4th £2,
                                                                                                 All entries forward in Class 362 will receive a rosette.
     BRITISH GOAT SOCIETY OFFERS THE FOLLOWING AWARDS: -                                         Judging of Pygmy Goats commences at 10.00 am
     1.     BEST IN SHOW rosette
     2.     A CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE for the best goat that has born a kid                             RUN UNDER THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE PYGMY GOAT CLUB
     3.     An I.P.C.C. for the best inspection production goat.                                 1    Conditions of entry are subject to current DEFRA movement restrictions and exhibitors
     4.     A BREED CHALLENGE CERTIFICATE for the best goat that has born a kid                       must comply with all animal health regulations in force at the time of the show.
            in each of the following breeds;                                                     2    We reserve the right to reject entries and make an administration charge.
     a)     Anglo Nubian,                                                                        3    All goats must be ear tagged in accordance with DEFRA regulations.
     b)     Saanen,                                                                              4    All exhibits must be registered with the Pygmy Goat Club with the exception of female
     c)     British-Saanen,                                                                           kids under six months, male kids under twelve months of age, wethers and pet
     d)     Toggenburg,                                                                               females. Registration details must be included on the entry form.
     e)     British-Toggenburg,                                                                  5    All exhibitors in the Breed classes must be current members of the Pygmy Goat Club.
     f)     British Alpine,                                                                      6    No late entries or substitutions will be allowed.
     g)     Golden Guernsey, and                                                                 7    All dates to be calculated to the day of the show.
     h)     British-Guernsey.                                                                    8    No pregnant goats may be admitted to the show ground.
     5.     A CERTIFICATE OF MERIT for the best British milking goat that has born a             9    Goats to have kidded a minimum of 30 days prior to the show.
            kid.
     6.     The CLEAVER CHALLENGE CUP for the best British Saanen in milk
     7.     BREED ROSETTES – will be provided                                                                        ENTRIES CLOSE ON FRIDAY 18 JUNE 2010
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                                   BREED CLASSES                                                                                        ALPACAS
CLASS 350 FEMALE KID. Aged between 8 weeks and 1 year

CLASS 351 GOATLING. Between 1 and 2 years (not having borne a kid)
                                                                                                                                Judge: Mrs Cathy Lloyd (Marlborough)
                                                                                                                       Senior Steward: Mr. I. Waldron

CLASS 352 ADULT FEMALE. Aged 2 - 7 years                                                          Entries are invited from all BAS registered Alpacas with the exception of those that have won

CLASS 353 VETERAN FEMALE. 7 years and over
                                                                                                  a Colour or Age Championship prize at an Area, County or National Show. NB This does
                                                                                                  not apply to the fleece classes.

CLASS 354 MALE KID. Aged between 8 weeks and 1 year                                               * A minimum of two exhibitors will be required for a class to be held

CLASS 355 BUCKLING. Entire male between 1 and 2 years
                                                                                                  All winners in Alpaca classes will be required to participate in the Grand Parade
                                                                                                  The North Devon Agricultural Society’s RULE 6 WILL APPLY
CLASS 356 ADULT MALE. Entire male over 2 years

CLASS 357 DAM & DAUGHTER. All animals to have been shown in appropriate breed
                                                                                                  EACH ALPACA EXHIBITOR WILL RECEIVE:
                                                                                                      1 FREE vehicle pass and in addition
          classes                                                                                     1 FREE handlers pass per 3 (three) animals

CLASS 358 SIRE & PROGENY. All animals to have been shown in appropriate breed classes

                            CUP FOR BREED CLASSES
                                                                                                  ALL OCCUPANTS OF VEHICLES ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL PASS
                                                                                                  Without an entry pass the individual will be required to pay the full price of £12.00


109 ROWAN TROPHY
                                                                                                  Additional vehicle passes£9.00 per pass to a maximum of ONE
                                                                                                  Extra Individual Passes    £10.00 each
    Perpetual trophy for the Best Pygmy goat in Show                                              Children’s passes           £3.00 each
            Winner 2009: Brian Combe

110 HEATHERVIEW CUP
                                                                                                  Please ensure you request the number of Extra passes you require on your entry form or they
                                                                                                  can be purchased through our ticket agent: www.netaticket.co.uk or phone 0845 230 5177

                                                                                                  ENTRY FEES                                 Non members           Members
    Perpetual trophy for the Reserve Best in Show
            Winner 2009: Paul & Karen Wigzel

111 ELMSTREE TROPHY                                                                               Huacaya Classes                            £8.00                 £5.00
                                                                                                  Suri Classes                               £8.00                 £5.00

                                     PET CLASSES
    Perpetual Trophy for the Best Dam & Daughter Pygmy Goats
                                                                                                  Junior Handlers                            £5.00                 £3.50
                                                                                                  Shorn Fleece Classes                       £3.00                 £2.00
                                                                                                  Stall Fee (2m x 2m approx 3 animals)       £2.00                 £2.00
THESE CLASSES ARE OPEN TO ALL GOATS INELIGIBLE FOR REGISTRATION IN THE                            Max of 5 stalls per exhibitor

                                                                                                  PRIZE MONEY
PYGMY GOAT CLUB HERD BOOK

The North Devon Agricultural Society would wish to point out that the parents and guardians       1st £20, 2nd £17, 3rd £13, 4th £7, 5th £6, 6th £5
of any minor are wholly and solely responsible for their safety and well being, both in and out   Junior Handlers 640 & 641 and Shorn Fleece Classes 600 - 631
of the competition rings.

CLASS 359 PAIR OF GOATS. Any age, any sex, wethers & pet females permitted.
                                                                                                  1st £10, 2nd £ 7, 3rd £5,


CLASS 360 PET FEMALE. Any age.
                                                                                                  All entries forward in Junior Handler Classes will receive a rosette.

                                                                                                  ALL Fleece classes will be judged on Tuesday 3 August at 9.30 am at the showground.
CLASS 361 WETHER. Any age.                                                                        Please deliver the fleeces by 9.00 am or contact Ian Waldron, Senior Steward, on 01769
                                                                                                  540202 to discuss delivery of fleeces. Fleeces should be delivered in a clear plastic bag.
CLASS 362 CHILD HANDLER. Please enter age of child on entry form
                                                                                                  Alpacas must be penned by 8.00 am on 4 August 2010 in readiness for judging at 9.00
                                                                                                  am and may not be removed from the Show ground until 5.00pm
                              CUP FOR PET CLASSES
Classes 362 may be split into age groups if entries permit.



112 HAWTHORN KATY CUP                                                                             The Alpaca Classes will be run in accordance with the British Alpaca Society Rules Manual.
    Best pygmy pet goat in show                                                                   NB At North Devon Show one inch (1”) of fleece will be sufficient.
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                     HUACAYA IN FLEECE CLASSES                                                    HUACAYA COLOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS
COLOUR: MULTI OR FANCY
CLASS 500
                                                                              Female. Grey, Brown Black, Fawn and White
              Any age or sex                                                  The winners of each sub-division will go forward to the Breed Championship

COLOUR: GREY
CLASS 501 Junior Female – 6 moths to 12 months
                                                                              Male. Grey, Brown Black, Fawn and White

CLASS 502 Intermediate Female – 12 months to 24 months
                                                                                            CUP FOR HUACAYA COLOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
                                                                              The winners of each sub-division will go forward to the Breed Championship

CLASS 503 Adult Female – 24 months to 48 months
CLASS 504 Senior Female – 48 months and over
CLASS 505 Junior Male – 6 months to 12 months                                 115 TOM JUTSAM TROPHY
CLASS 506 Intermediate Male – 12 months to 24 months
CLASS 507 Adult Male – 24 months to 48 months
                                                                                  Challenge cup for the Supreme Champion in the Huacaya Classes

CLASS 508 Senior Male – 48 months and over
                                                                                                        SURI IN FLEECE CLASSES
                                                                                          Winner 2009:Mr & Mrs D Smallridge


COLOUR: BROWN BLACK
CLASS 509 Junior Female – 6 months to 12 months                               COLOUR: MULTI OR FANCY
CLASS 510 Intermediate Female – 12 months to 24 months                        CLASS 540
CLASS 511 Adult Female – 24 months to 48 months
                                                                                            Any age or sex

CLASS 512 Senior Female – 48 months and over                                  COLOUR: GREY
CLASS 513 Junior Male – 6 months to 12 months                                 CLASS 541 Junior Female – 6 months to 12 months
CLASS 514 Intermediate Male – 12 months to 24 months                          CLASS 542 Intermediate Female – 12 months to 24 months
CLASS 515 Adult Male – 24 months to 48 months                                 CLASS 543 Adult Female – 24 months to 48 months
CLASS 516 Senior Male – 48 months and over                                    CLASS 544 Senior Female – 48 months and over
                                                                              CLASS 545 Junior Male – 6 months to 12 months
COLOUR: FAWN                                                                  CLASS 546 Intermediate Male – 12 months to 24 months
CLASS 517 Junior Female – 6 months to 12 months                               CLASS 547 Adult Male – 24 months to 48 months
CLASS 518 Intermediate Female – 12 months to 24 months                        CLASS 548 Senior Male – 48 months and over
CLASS 519 Adult Female – 24 months to 48 months
CLASS 520 Senior Female – 48 months and over                                  COLOUR: BROWN BLACK
CLASS 521 Junior Male – 6 months to 12 months                                 CLASS 549 Junior Female – 6 months to 12 months
CLASS 522 Intermediate Male – 12 months to 24 months                          CLASS 550 Intermediate Female – 12 months to 24 months
CLASS 523 Adult Male – 24 months to 48 months                                 CLASS 551 Adult Female – 24 months to 48 months
CLASS 524 Senior Male – 48 months and over                                    CLASS 552 Senior Female – 48 months and over
                                                                              CLASS 553 Junior Male – 6 months to 12 months
COLOUR: WHITE                                                                 CLASS 554 Intermediate Male – 12 months to 24 months
CLASS 525 Junior Female – 6 months to 12 months                               CLASS 555 Adult Male – 24 months to 48 months
CLASS 526 Intermediate Female – 12 months to 24 months                        CLASS 556 Senior Male – 48 months and over
CLASS 527 Adult Female – 24 months to 28 months
CLASS 528 Senior Female – 48 months and over                                  COLOUR: FAWN
CLASS 529 Junior Male – 6 months to 12 months                                 CLASS 557 Junior Female – 6 months to 12 month
CLASS 530 Intermediate Male – 12 months to 24 months                          CLASS 558 Intermediate Female – 12 months to 24 months
CLASS 531 Adult Male – 24 months to 48 months                                 CLASS 559 Adult Female – 24 months to 48 months
CLASS 532 Senior Male – 48 months and over                                    CLASS 560 Senior Female – 48 months and over
                                                                              CLASS 561 Junior Male – 6 months to 12 months
                                                                              CLASS 562 Intermediate Male – 12 months to 24 months
                                                                              CLASS 563 Adult Male – 24 months to 48 months
                                                                              CLASS 564 Senior Male – 48 months and over
     The North Devon Agricultural Society wishes to thank all Sponsors
  both Nationally and Locally for their generous support of this years Show   COLOUR: WHITE
                                                                              CLASS 565 Junior Female – 6 months to 12 months
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CLASS   566                                                                  SURI
CLASS   567                                                                  JUNIOR FLEECES Between 6 and 12 months
              Intermediate Female – 12 months to 24 months

CLASS   568                                                                  Class 616
              Adult Female – 24 months to 48 months

CLASS   569                                                                  Class 617
              Senior Female – 48 months and over                                       White

CLASS   570                                                                  Class 618
              Junior Male – 6 months to 12 months                                      Fawn

CLASS   571                                                                  Class 619
              Intermediate Male – 12 months to 24 months                               Brown or Black

CLASS   572
              Adult Male – 24 months to 48 months                                      Grey

                                                                             INTERMEDIATE FLEECES 12 months and up to 24 months
                       SURI COLOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS
              Senior Male – 48 months and over

                                                                             Class 620
                                                                             Class 621
                                                                                       White

Female. Grey, Brown Black, Fawn, White                                       Class 622
                                                                                       Fawn

                                                                             Class 623
                                                                                       Brown or Black
The winners of each sub-division will go forward to the Breed Championship             Grey

Male. Grey, Brown Black, Fawn White                                          ADULT FLEECES 24 months and up to 48 Months
                                                                             Class 624
                                                                             Class 625
                 CUP FOR SURI COLOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
The winners of each sub-division will go forward to the Breed Championship             White

                                                                             Class 626
                                                                                       Fawn

                                                                             Class 627
                                                                                       Brown or Black

116 TOM JUTSAM CUP
                                                                                       Grey

                                                                             SENIOR FLEECES 48 months and over
                                                                             Class 628
    Challenge cup for the Supreme Champion in the Suri Classes

                                                                             Class 629
                          SHORN FLEECE CLASSES
            Winner 2009: Mr G Sanders                                                  White

                                                                             Class 630
                                                                                       Fawn

                                                                             Class 631
                                                                                       Brown or Black

HUACAYA
                                                                                       Grey

JUNIOR FLEECES Between 6 and 12 months
Class 600
                                                                                                              JUNIOR SHOWMAN
                                                                             Rosettes will be awarded for the Champion and Reserve Fleece.

Class 601
          White

Class 602
          Fawn

Class 603
          Brown or Black
          Grey                                                               The North Devon Agricultural Society would wish to point out that the parents and guardians

INTERMEDIATE FLEECES 12 months and up to 24 months
                                                                             of any minor are wholly and solely responsible for their safety and well being, both in and out

Class 604
                                                                             of the competition rings

Class 605
          White

Class 606
          Fawn                                                               All entries forward in Classes 640 and 641 will receive a rosette.

Class 607
          Brown or Black                                                     Please enter age of child on entry form

                                                                             RULES:
          Grey

ADULT FLEECES 24 months and up to 48 Months
Class 608
                                                                             a] Alpacas to be of any breed or cross

Class 609
          White                                                              b] To be judged on turnout of alpaca and leader, and leader’s ability to parade animal.

Class 610
          Fawn                                                               c] The conformation of the alpaca is to be disregarded

Class 611                                                                    CLASS 640 JUNIOR HANDLERS Aged between 6 and 10 years old. Please annotate
          Brown or Black
          Grey

SENIOR FLEECES 48 months and over
                                                                             the age of the child

Class 612                                                                    CLASS 641 JUNIOR HANDLERS Aged between 10 and 15 years. Please annotate the
Class 613
          White

Class 614
          Fawn                                                               age of the child

Class 615
                                                                                   The North Devon Agricultural Society wishes to thank all Sponsors
          Brown or Black
          Grey


                    ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 18 JUNE 2010                          both Nationally and Locally for their generous support of this years Show
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                          OPEN DOG SHOW                                                          North Devon Group of Young Farmers Annual Rally

This year there will be 228 classes; judged on the group system of the seven Groups – Utility,
Toy, Terrier, Pastoral, Working, Gundogs and Hounds. The Show is held under Kennel Club
Rules so anyone who has a dog that has been registered with the Kennel Club (KC Reg.) is             17th ANNUAL RALLY
more than welcome to enter.

The total prize money of £685 and rosettes are presented down to fourth place. There will                 To be held at North Devon Show
be two junior handling classes: Class A 6 – 11 year olds and Class B 12 – 16 year olds plus        Umberleigh Barton Farm, Umberleigh EX37 9DX
two adult handling classes: Class C 17 - 39 year olds and Class D 40+ year olds.                          On Wednesday 4th August 2010


In addition there will be the three Stake Classes: -
- The Landkey Stakes with a winning cheque of £100.00,                                                        Commencing at 9.00 am
- Graduate Stakes and the Puppy Stakes where the winners receive £80.00 each.

This year we will also be running a Championship Class for all the top-winning Dogs.                 For schedules and enquiries please contact:
There will be 15 judges who have travelled from all over the UK and many of them have
judged at Crufts and overseas. This year our best in show judge will be Mr Mike Gadsby.                           Mr Gary Jones,
                                                                                                            Barham Farm, Heasley Mill,
                                                                                                           South Molton Devon EX36 3LF
There will be eight rings under cover and eight in the open – so whatever the weather the                        Tel: 01598 740250
show should run to schedule.

Entry closing date is 5th July 2010. There will be no entries on the day!

For further information and a Dog Show Schedule please contact:

         Mrs. Yvonne Byrne,
         Hon. Sec. NDAS Canine Section,
         Little Orchard, Yarnscombe, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 3LS
         Tel./Fax: 01769 560807
         E-mail: Hervey001@aol.com.


                    ENTRIES CLOSE ON FRIDAY 18 JUNE 2010




      The North Devon Agricultural Society wishes to thank all Sponsors
   both Nationally and Locally for their generous support of this years Show



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                             RULES AND REGULATIONS                                                           10    All Ponies are to be measured before being shown unless a Veterinary’s Certificate is produced;
                                                                                                                   if not, the Ponies will be measured with shoes, and the half inch will not be allowed for.

                                                                                                             PROTESTS AND DISPUTES
GENERAL
1   All Cattle and Goat Exhibitors are to be in the show field by 8.30 a.m.
    Alpaca and Sheep Exhibitors are to be in the show field by 8.00 a.m.                                     11    All protests must be made in writing. The protest must state the grounds of objection and must
    No exhibit is to be removed from the field before 4.00 p.m. without written permission having been             be lodged with the Secretary within one hour from the time the Award is made together with the
    first obtained from the Secretary.                                                                             deposit of £25.00, this will be forfeited to the Funds of the Society unless the protest is upheld.
    Horses and Ponies are to be in the field by 8.00 a.m. or 1 hour before their class is due in the ring.
    All prizewinners in classes 1 to 47 and 51 - 53 must take part in the Grand Parade unless written        12    All disputes shall be settled by any FIVE Members of the Committee or by any Referee whom they
    permission is first obtained from the Secretary.                                                               may appoint and such decisions will be final.

2   The Committee disclaims any responsibility for accidents or loss to any person or animal                 HORSE AND PONY CLASSES (INCLUDING JUMPING)
    attending the Show and no claims can be entertained for anything that may happen to Exhibitors,
    Competitors, Onlookers, their property, servants, exhibits or goods in connection with anything          13    (a)       NOMINATIONS will not be accepted.
    arising out of the Show. It shall be considered a Condition of Entry that each Entrant shall agree             (b)       SUBSTITUTIONS will only be allowed where occasioned by sickness or injury of or to
    to indemnify the promoters and/or any Official against any legal action arising from any accident                        the animal entered and only then if evidenced from a Qualified Veterinary Surgeon. Any
    and/or occurrence whatsoever.                                                                                            substitutions in the jumping classes must comply with the BSJA rules.
                                                                                                                   (c)       ALL riders must wear appropriate dress.
3   All the Exhibitors of livestock will receive a Free Exhibitors Vehicle Passes and the appropriate              (d)       HORSE PASSPORTS must be available for inspection on Show day.
    number of Individual Passes.

4   The Committee will adhere as closely as possible to the published Schedule and Programme.                Extract from BSPS Rules
    However, it reserves the right in its absolute discretion to put forward or alter any Class without
    notice if expedient to do so and the right to refuse an Entry. Furthermore, it reserves the right to     14    Rosettes: Rosettes will be awarded to the Champion and Reserve Champion Show Pony
    cancel any Class through lack of entries or otherwise without necessarily giving a reason.                     provided the pony is registered, owned and ridden by a Member of the BSPS

5   Other than Competitors for that particular competition only Officials appointed by the Committee         15    Spurs: The wearing of spurs in the Show Pony and WHS Classes is forbidden. In the Leading
    shall be permitted to enter the Show Ring.                                                                     Rein Class the attendant must affix the Lead Rein to the Noseband

PRIZE MONEY                                                                                                  16    Dope Tests: Any Pony taking part in classes judge under BSPS Rules will be liable for dope
                                                                                                                   testing.
6   Prize Money may be withheld, or having been awarded, shall be refunded if an Exhibit is found
    subsequently not to be represented. Prize Money will be awarded according to the following               Special Rules
    scales of forward entries:-
              1, 2 or 3 entries        1, 2 or 3 prizes                                                      17.   Anyone on a horse at an Affiliated Show must wear a hard hat.
              6 catalogued entries     4 prizes
              10 catalogued entries 5 prizes                                                                 18    A skull cap or a hat and safety harness according to BSI Standard 4472 or 6473 must be worn
              15 catalogued entries 6 prizes                                                                       by ALL competitors in the Jumping phase of the Working Hunter Classes. Skullcaps must have
    The judge may withhold a prize if not satisfied with the quality of the entry. Show Jumping, Junior            a navy blue or black cover.
    Cattle Showman, Junior Sheep Showman, Goat, YFC are excluded from the general conditions
    of Rule 6.                                                                                               19    No late entries can be accepted in the Horse Classes

7   Except as provided in Rule 8a & 8b in awarding the Inter-breed Championships only the                    CATTLE
    Champion in each breed shall be initially paraded. When the judge has decided the Inter-breed
    Champion he/she shall then call for the Reserve Champion in the Champion’s Breed Section so              20    All animals entered for special prizes or cups must be entered in their appropriate class.
    that it may be considered with the other Champions for the Reserve Inter-breed Champion.
                                                                                                             21    Cows must not appear in the Ring in an overstocked condition.
8   a) Rule 7 will not apply in the Horse Championships where only the Champion In Hand Hunter or
    Sport Horse, Champion Ridden Hunter, Champion In Hand Horse & Pony, Champion Ridden                      22.   Should any Contrivance or Device of any description be found on, or proved to have been used
    Pony, Champion Mountain and Moorland, Champion Coloured Horse, Champion Appaloosa                              on a Cow or Heifer at any time during the Show either for preventing or influencing abnormally
    Horse and Champion Hack or Riding Horse shall contest the Championship.                                        the flow of milk, blistering, bandaging, and/or boarding of udders, the sucking teats, or any other
    b) Rule 7 will not apply in the Beef & Dairy Inter Breed Championships. Only the Breed Champion                purposes the Committee at their absolute discretion shall have the power to disqualify the cow or
    in each section shall parade from which the Champion and Reserve Awards will be made.                          heifer so concerned from any Award or Trophy at the Show.
                                                                                                             23.   The Society reserves the right to remove from the ring or Grand Parade any exhibitor or stockman
9   It should be noted that Cup Winners are responsible for having trophies engraved and if this is not            who is deemed incompetent.
    done by them the Committee cannot undertake to keep the cups up to date.
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                                     LOCAL SHOWS:
DEVON COUNTY SHOW              20 – 22 May 2010                                               CAMELFORD SHOW              11 August 2010
Secretary: - Ms Ollie Allin., Westpoint Centre (Devon) Ltd., Clyst St Mary, Exeter, EX1 DJ.   Secretary:- Mrs Ann Hayne, Restholme, Trewassa, Davidstow, Camelford PL32 9YG
Info@ westpoint-devonshow.co.uk                    Tel: 01392 446000                          ann.hayne@btinternet.com             Tel: 01840 261236


ROYAL CORNWALL SHOW 10 – 12 June 2010                                                         EXFORD SHOW 11 August 2010
Secretary: - C. Riddle Esq., Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge, PL27 7JE                  Secretary:- Mrs. P.Witheridge, Middle Stoodleigh Farm, West Buckland, Barnstaple, EX32 0SN.
info@royalcornwall.co.uk               Tel: 01208 812183                                                          Tel: 01598 710512


LISKEARD SHOW 10 July 2010                                                                    OKEHAMPTON SHOW                 12 August 2010
Secretary: - Mrs D Hasshill, Little Gormellick, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 3JX                   Secretary:- Mrs. Gilly Oliver, PO Box 47, Okehampton, Devon EX20 4ZX
liskeardshow@aol.com                    Tel: 01579 342955                                     okehampton-show@supanet.com                     Tel: 01837 861322

STITHIANS SHOW 12 July 2010                                                                   CHAGFORD SHOW                19 August 2010
Secretary: - Mrs. Y. Thoms, The Showground, Stithians, Truro, TR3 7BB                         Secretary:- Mrs Sally Hutchings, 6 Stanbury Orcharnd, Crockernwell, Nr Exeter
information@stithiansshow.org.uk                 Tel: 01872 240113                            Sally 385@btinternet.com               Tel: 01647 24306

LAUNCESTON SHOW               15 July 2010                                                    DUNSTER SHOW 20 August 2010
Secretary:- Mrs Jill Stevenson, PO Box 105, :Launceston, Cornwall PL15 9WY                    Secretary:- Mrs. R. Langdon, Apple Tree House, Higher Vexford, Taunton, Somerset TA4 3QF
launcestonshowsecretary@hotmail.co.uk                     Tel: 01566 775483                   secretary@dunstershow.demon.co.uk               Tel: 01984 656990

CAMBORNE SHOW              17 July 2010                                                       HOLSWORTHY SHOW               26 August 2010
Secretary:- Mr Ian Thompson, Tamarisk, 9 Rosewarne Gardens, Camborne TR14 8TH                 Secretary:- Mrs. Alison Wilson, Stamford Lodge. Stamford Hill, Stratton, Bude EX23 9AY
ian@tamarisksw.wanadoo.co.uk                  Tel: 01209 717691                               alison@holsworthyshow.wanadoo.co.uk.             Tel & Fax: 01288 355335

MID DEVON SHOW               24 July 2010                                                     MELPASH SHOW 26 August 2010
Secretary:- Miss C. Branton, Dudley’s Corner, Uplowman, Tiverton, EX16 7DS                    Secretary:- The Secretary, Melpash Agricultural Society, 23, South Street, Bridport, DT6 3NT
carolyn@middevonshow.co.uk             Tel & Fax: 01884 821815                                office@melplashshow.co.uk             Tel & Fax: 01308 423337

TOTNES AND DISTRICT SHOW             25 July 2010                                             KINGSBRIDGE SHOW             4 September 2010
Secretary:- Ms Linda Harvey, PO Box 220, Totnes, Devon TQ9 9EN                                Secretary:- Mrs Jackie Broad, Pan Aruba, California Cross, Modbury, Devon PL21 0SG
Showsecretary10@totnesshow.com                 Tel & Fax: 01548 821070                        jwb@kingsbridgeshow.eclipse.co.uk                Tel & Fax: 01548 821773

WOOLSERY SHOW                  26 July 2010                                                   DORCHESTER SHOW            4-5 September 2010
Secretary:- Mrs. S. Williams, 2, Worden Cottages, West Putford, Holsworthy,                   Secretary:- Mrs Sam Mackenzie Green, Agricultural House, Acland Road, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1EF
countrylife@worden-cross.fsnet.co.uk Tel: 01409 261288                                        Secretary@dorchestershow.co.uk       Tel: 01305 264249

YEALMPTON SHOW               28 July 2010                                                     FROME SHOW          11 September 2010
Secretary:- Mrs Jennifer Hanney, Stag Head House, South Brent, Devon TQ10 9AB                 Secretary:- Mrs. Brenda Scott, Rodden Road, Frome, Somerset, BA11 2AH
yealmptonshow@supanet.com                      Tel: 01364 73657                               admin@fromecheeseshow.co.uk                    Tel: 01373 463600

NORTH DEVON SHOW            4 August 2010                                                     BEEF SOUTH WEST              29 September 2010
Secretary:- Mrs Debbie Siggs, PO Box 295, Barnstaple, Devon EX32 2BS                          Secretary:- Lisa Vanstone, 10 Southernhay West, Exeter EX1 1JG
debbie@northdevonshow.com            Tel & Fax: 01769 560205                                  info@beefsouthwest.co.uk              Tel: 01392 278801

HONITON SHOW 5 August 2010
Secretary:- Ms M O’Grady, 2nd Floor Bank House, 66A High Street, Honiton, EX14 1QS                                               NORTH DEVON SHOW 2011
marcelle@honitonshow.co.uk           Tel: 01404 871504                                                                            Wednesday 3rd August



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                        MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM
Have you ever thought about supporting your local Agricultural Show by
becoming a member of the society?

For just £25.00 you would receive tickets for the show and will be able to
enjoy the benefits of the Members’ Enclosure.

The Benefits
      Free entry to the Show for the member and one guest
      Free parking for one car in the forward memberships area, closer to
      the showground
      Entry to the Members’ Enclosure & lawn with a view over the Main
      Ring.
      Members Dining Area
      Lower exhibiting fees in livestock classes
      The right to one vote at General Meetings.

To apply for membership please complete the form below and return it to the
Show Office.

           Membership Application Form 2010 – Livestock Exhibitors
    PLEASE PRINT IN BLOCK LETTERS

    Name:

    Address:



    Post Code:

    Tel No:

    To the directors of the North Devon Agricultural Society - I consent to
    become a member of the above named Company and guarantee the
    sum of £1.00 subject to the Memorandum and Articles of Association of
    the Company. I authorise you to enter my name on the Register of
    Members.
    I/we enclose a cheque for £25.00
    Please make cheques payable to: North Devon Show


    Signed: .................................................................... Date: .....................

    Please return this form with your payment to:
    Secretary, NDAS, PO Box 295, Barnstaple, Devon EX32 2BS


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