SOUTHERN CANTERBURY A & P ASSN

SOUTHERN CANTERBURY A & P ASSN
Event Schedule – 4th Annual Show
Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd November 2014
Waimate Show Grounds
Extra Schedules, entry forms and trade space applications
Available [email protected] or contact
Event Secretary, Katrina Kelly 034346422 e mail: [email protected]
Entries Close 3rd November 2014
LATE ENTRIES WILL INCUR A $10 LATE FEE
Officers for 2014
Patrons: J Andrews, M Studholme,
JB Campbell, M Coles, J Goodhew, J Deans
President:
Vice President:
JuniorVicePresident:
Treasurer
Show Manager
Event Secretary:
Athol Smith
Dan Studholme
James Davis
Kevin Cromie
Reto Oswald
Katrina Kelly
Committee
Philip Bailey, Emma Barker, Kevin Brosnahan John B Campbell,
Maureen Chamberlain, Tim Douglass, Peter Faulkner, Ian Gould, John
Guy, Paul Harrison, Ian Jackson, Judith Johnson, Digger McCulloch,
Chris Medlicott, Tim Mehrtens, David Morgan, Jane Neave, Tiffany
Ottley, Colin Pankhurst, Nick Ruddenklau, Willy Sheddan, Megan
Talbot, Jacob & Ineka van Neuren, Kevin Wells, Hugh Wigley
WAIMATE KENNEL SOCIETY
2 x Championship Dog Shows in conjunction with the A&P Society on the
22/23 November 2014 – WAIMATE SHOWGROUNDS
Puppy stakes on Saturday after the completion of each group
Judging commences 9am both days
Judges : Lyn Watson [Victoria,Australia] - Barbara Doyle [ Victoria,Australia]
All dogs and owners must be registered with New Zealand Kennel Club.
Entries close: Final 20th October
Entry Fees : Breed $13.00 Stakes $8.50 Cheques payable to Waimate Kennel Society
Entries to : Sylvia Schmidt, 157 Cones Road, RD7, Rangiora 7477
Inquiries Lynne Marie Tuhou 03 6898544
NO EXHIBITOR’S PASS UNLESS ENTRY FEE EXCEEDS $7
(Children (under 15years) admitted FREE
Special general cups and prizes
AJ Hoskins Challenge Cup is awarded for the exhibitor gaining most points in the following sections: Sheep,
Sheep Dog Trials, Cattle and Horses. Points allocated as follows: 1st prize 3, 2nd prize 2, 3rd prize 1, Champion 3,
Reserve Champion 2.
BF Mercer Challenge Cup for most points in Spinners & Weavers, Pottery, Photography and Art Sections.
Violet Mercer Cup: awarded for most points in children’s classes including pupils cooking.
The Shetland Challenge Salver donated by Voe and District Agricultural Society Shetland awarded to the child
under 16 years of age who has gained the most points overall in the show
Waimate A&P Association Challenge Trophy for Best Trade Exhibit plus sash donated by Quality Presentations,
Palmerston North
Arthur Robertson Memorial Challenge Trophy awarded for Most Outstanding Stall in Market Lane.
ALL CUPS WON AT SOUTHERN CANTERBURY A&P NEED TO BE SIGNED FOR AT THE
SECRETARYS OFFICE BEFORE TAKING THEM FROM THE GROUNDS. THANK YOU
General Regulations
1. All exhibits not on the ground by the specified time will not be allowed to go into
competition.
2. All horses must be ridden, haltered or led.
Bulls calved before December 31st last, must be led by a ring through the nose and
under adequate supervision.
3. Attendants in charge of stock admitted free by ticket, and subject to the orders of
the stewards. Anyone disobeying the orders of the stewards will be liable to a fine
of $5.
4. Exhibitors will be required to state as accurately as possible at the time of entry,
the date of birth of all stock in classes where age is specified, and in all classes of
sheep the date of last shearing.
5. The same animal may be shown in two or more classes by paying the necessary
entry fee for each class unless where otherwise specified.
6. No stock or implement exhibited to be removed from the yards until after 4.00pm
on the day of the show without a special order from the committee, except that
cattle may be removed after 3.30pm.
7. The committee will not under any circumstances hold themselves responsible for
loss, damage or mis-delivery of stock, implements and any article exhibited.
8. All livestock must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor at the time of entry
except in the case of members of the Southern Canterbury Young Farmers Clubs
who may exhibit in their own name stock, excluding stud stock, owned by the
farmer on whose property the Young Farmers Club member is employed at time of
entry.
9. Extra stock, implements etc not eligible under any of the enumerated classes may
be exhibited by paying the usual entrance fee the same as those in the class they
refer to. Honorary certificates will be awarded.
10. In all sheep classes where a weight is specified, all exhibits in these classes shall
be weighed, and where sheep are to be a specified weight, the sheep sub-committee
have power to make allowance for wet fleece.
11. In all novice entries for horse or pony events, the horse, pony or rider as the case
may be, must not have won no more than 5 wins in a conformation class at the time
of the show.
12. All protests must be in writing and may be entered either before or after the
judges have proceeded to their duties. The party entering a protest in horses, cattle
and sheep must deposit $25 and in all other sections $10 deposit will be required.
The deposit will be returned if the protest is sustained. If the protest is lodged before
the judges proceed to their duties, the onus of proof will rest with the exhibitor; if
after that, the onus of proof will rest with the party protesting. No protest will be
received later than one hour after the awards were made and the prizewinning ticket
affixed. The committee will decide all protests as soon as possible and there will be
no appeal from their decision.
13. All prizes not claimed within one month after the date of the show shall be
forfeited.
14. Exhibits in purebred classes must be from a registered flock.
15. The committee have full power to deal with any matter which may arise
requiring instant attention, and which may be in the interest of the Association or
for the safety of the public, and their decision shall be final.
16. PRIZE MONEY - Prizemoney will only be given if the judge considers the exhibit
to be worthy of the prize If there be seven entries in a class, a third prize will be
presented with a ‘highly commended’ ticket. Every private prize will be dealt with in
accordance with the conditions of the donor; but if there be no conditions, the prize will
be given as the committee thinks fit. Power is reserved to withhold a prize where judges
consider it ought not to be awarded for want of sufficient merit, even where there is
competition.
Champion and Reserve Champion will be selected as follows: First prize winners in all
eligible classes to be paraded before the judge. Immediately the Champion has been
selected, the 2nd placed animal in the class from which the Champion has been selected
shall parade with the other first placegetters for Reserve Champion.
All exhibits must enter the judging ring in the order in which they appear in the
Catalogue, and must not wear prize tickets won in previous contests. The points for
prizes counts as follows: Champion and 1st prize each 3 points, Reserve Champion and
2nd prize 2 points, 3rd prize 1 point. Half points when there is no competition. In any
class where special entry is made for a Special Prize these classes shall not count in the
aggregate for most points prizes.
17. All prize winners of horse and pony classes must attend the Grand Parade. Failure to
do this will mean prize money will be forfeited.
18. In all sections of the Southern Canterbury A&P Association show, if a refund is
required the association will retain 25% of entry fees for administration expenses
incurred.
19. In ALL horse and pony events hard hats MUST be worn.
20. Any competitor or exhibitor who is rude to a judge or any official will be expelled
from the events or competition.
21. The use of tranquilisers, stimulants, or any drug capable of effecting the performance
of horses or ponies is forbidden. Competitors are advised that tests for forbidden
substances may be carried out during the show and that testing of all animals is at the
owner’s risk. Testing for forbidden substances will be carried out under the Royal
Agricultural Society Forbidden Substance Judiciary Committee (FSJC) procedures and
rules (refer rule 112RAS Equestrian Competitors and Judges Rule Book and rule 55a of
the RAS General Rules and Regulations).
22. The Committee reserves the right to refuse or cancel any entry without adducing any
reason for so doing.
23. Entry forms: if your entry is (a) not signed, (b) illegible, (c) not accompanied by the
required cards, forms etc, or (d) the correct monies are not included, YOUR ENTRY
FORMS WILL BE RETURNED
24. Arrears: No person who is in arrears with regard to entry fees, subscriptions or any
other show charge, is eligible to compete at any A&P show. Proof of payment will be
required before any restriction will be lifted.
25. The committee reserves the right to alter, combine, split or delete classes where
deemed necessary
SHEEP
Conditions and regulations: All sheep must be penned and
ready for judging by 9.00am and no stock to be removed from
the yards until after 4.30pm on the day of the show. All sheep
in the purebred classes must be from a registered flock. In all
cases with lamb/s at foot, lamb/s to be taken into
consideration.
Names of breeder of purebred sheep and date of shearing
must be given at time of entry.
No sheep may be exhibited in more than one class, except in
classes for special prizes with special entry.
Sheep in natural condition are eligible for entry as such in all
classes in the schedule but must comply with the following
conditions:
1 That the sheep have not been housed, rugged or
covered at any time or in any way
2 That the wool has not been trimmed in any way since
shearing, except crutching or dagging
3 That there has not been any colouring, oiling or locking,
except dipping
4 If any sheep are delivered to the showgrounds suffering
from footrot, or are suspected by any inspector to be suffering
from footrot or any similar infection, those sheep, and all
others belonging to the same vendor will be disqualified from
the show and sent home
5 Brucellosis: all sheep entered in the Association's show
must be from an accredited brucellosis free flock or blood
tested negative. Copy of certificate must accompany entries.
6 Unless otherwise stated all wool/dual purpose wool
Breed sheep In the shorn classes must be machine shorn on
or after 20 July in the current year and no later than days
before the date of the show. All shorn terminal (meat) breed
sheep classes to be close, evenly and fairly machine shorn on
or after 1 September 2013.
Entry fee: Members $3.50, Non members $4.50
Prizes: Unless otherwise specified, prizes in all classes
will be $6, $4 and $2 respectively.
Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons will be given
with Champion and Reserve Champion All Breeds judged
at approximately 1.30pm.
Supreme Champion Ram Hogget, Down Breeds
Supreme Champion Ram Hogget, Wool Breeds
Sponsored by WAIMATE VETERINARY
SERVICES
Supreme Champion All Breeds Ewe Hogget
Sponsored by PETER WALSH ASSOCIATES
Romney
E R McConnell Challenge Trophy; Champion Romney
Ram Hogget
A S Elworthy Romney Cup; most points in Romneys
A K Askin Challenge Trophy; best pen of three Romney
rams (class 1087)
C E. Maindonald Cup; best woolled Romney.
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
Ram over 18 months
Ram over 18 months - shorn
Ram under 18 months - shorn
Ewe over 18 months (woolly or shorn)
with lamb/s at foot
Ewe under 18 months
Ewe under 18 months – shorn
Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See Class 1087)
Corriedale
Thibenzole Challenge Cup; Messrs Merck, Sharp & Dohme
(NZ) Ltd challenge cup for the exhibitor gaining most
points in Corriedale Sheep.
1010
Ram over 18 months
1011
Ram 18 months or under - shorn
1012
Ewe over 18 months (woolly or shorn)
with lamb/s at foot
1013
Ewe under 18 months
1014
Ewe under 18 months – shorn
Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See Class 1087)
Border Leicester
A F Ruddenklau Memorial Cup; most points in Border
Leicester classes - to be held for one year.
Cairnforth Trophy; The late F G Brown trophy for best pen
of three Border Leicester Flock Ram Hoggets
M D Studholme Challenge Cup; most points in Stud Border
Leicester Ewe.
D M Elliott Memorial Challenge Trophy; best Border
Leicester Ram Hogget.
S J Blair Challenge Trophy; best Border Leicester Ewe
Hogget.
The Border Leicester Breed Committee of the NZ
Sheepbreeders' Association offers cash prizes of $20 each
for the best ram and ewe under 18 months; $20 for the best
ram, 18 months to 30 months, and $60 for Group Class shorn ram hogget, shorn ewe hogget, woolly ewe hogget.
The winning entries must be from flocks registered with the
New Zealand Sheepbreeders' Association. Payment of prize
money only when there are 2 exhibitors with a minimum of 3
entries
Open Classes
1020
Ram over 18 months
1021
Ram over 18 months - shorn
1022
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1023
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot
1024
Ewe under 18 months
1025
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
1026
Shorn ram hogget, shorn ewe hogget &
woolly ewe hogget
Natural Condition Classes
1027
Ewe under 18 months, shorn as lamb
1028
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1029
Ewe over 18 months - shorn with lamb/s
at foot
1030
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See Class 1087)
Lincoln
1035
Ram over 18 months
1036
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1037
Ewe over 18 months, with lamb/s at foot
1038
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See Class 1087
Merino – Horned or polled
1040
Ram over 18 months
1041
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1042
Ewe under 18 months
Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See Class 1087)
Suffolk
1050
Ram over 18 months - shorn
1051
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1052
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class 1085)
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class 1086)
South Suffolk
South Suffolk Challenge Cup; the late Mr F J Henshaw for
the exhibitor gaining most points in South Suffolk classes.
1045
Ram over 18 months - shorn
1046
Ram hogget under 18 months - shorn
1047
Ewe hogget under 18 months with
lamb/s at foot
1048
Ewe hogget shorn - under 18 months
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class 1085)
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class 1086)
Southdown
Southdown Challenge Rose Bowl; W I Hay Challenge
Trophy for the exhibitor gaining most points in Southdown
Section
1055
Ram over 18 months - shorn
1056
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1057
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class 1085)
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class 1086)
South Dorset Down
1060
Ram over 18 months - shorn
1061
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1062
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class 1085)
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class 1086)
Hampshire
1065
Ram over 18 months - shorn
1066
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1067
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class 1085)
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class 1086)
Dorset Down
1070
Ram over 18 months - shorn
1071
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1072
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class 1085)
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class 1086)
Poll Dorset
1075
Ram over 18 months - shorn
1076
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1077
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class 1085)
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class 1086)
Texel
1080
Ram over 18 months - shorn
1081
Ram under 18 months - shorn
1082
Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class 1085)
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class 1086)
Interbreed Classes
Natural Condition Classes
1085
1086
1087
Essential Nutrition - Meat breed ewe over 18
months with lamb/s at foot
Canterbury Meat Packers Two sires under
18 months of one breed most suited for
breeding lambs for chilled trade.
Prizes: 1st $60; 2nd $45; 3rd $30; 4th $15.
Three rams of any breed or description
suitable for breeding replacements
Crossbred
Craigburn Challenge Cup: the late Alan Grant Trophy to
exhibitor gaining most points in this Section
Norton Francis Challenge Trophy; the Late Norton Francis
Silver Cigar Box for winner of class 1088
1088
Three ewes under 18 months, any breed
or cross suitable for breeding export lambs.
1089
One Ewe with lamb/s at foot; lamb/s to
be taken into consideration
Gift Lamb
Entry Free. Prizes: 1st $6; 2nd $4; 3rd $$2.
NZ Refrigerating Co Ltd, Prime Lamb Challenge Cup;
Winner of this Section.
1095
Gift lamb most suitable for export
Lambs to be exhibited at show where they will be judged on
the hoof (registered sheep not eligible)
Black & Coloured
Judge: Max Affleck Owaka
Associate: Will Gibson Middlemarch
Conditions and regulations: BRUCELLOSIS: All sheep
entered in this Association Show must be from an accredited
Brucellosis free flock, or blood tested negative. Copy of
certificate must accompany entries. All natural condition and
shorn after 1 July last
Natural Condition
1096
Ram over 18 months
1097
Ram under 18 months
1098
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot
1099
Ewe under 18 months
1100
Wether – any age
Special Classes
1101
Novice (BCSBA member) strong ewe lamb/s at foot
1102
Novice (BCSBA Member) - strong ewe hogget
1103
Woolly ewe hogget under 18 months, fine
or strong –
CHAMPION ($10 prize) AND RESERVE ($5 prize)
CHAMPION RAM
CHAMPION ($10 prize) AND RESERVE CHAMPION ($5
prize) EWE
SUPREME CHAMPION BLACK & COLOURED SHEEP ($15
PRIZE)
Children’s Pets lambs, sheep
& kid goats
POST ENTRIES ACCEPTED; judged at 10am
Conditions and regulations: Exhibits must be penned prior
to this time and ready for judging. Entrant MUST LEAD HIS
OR HER OWN ENTRY and take part in the Grand Parade.
Sponsored by Hazlett Rural Ltd. Entry fee; $2.00 Prize
money; 1st $13, 2nd $10, 3rd $7.50, 4th $5
Ribbons for 1st, 2nd and 3rd will be given in each class.
Prize money for best mannered pet lamb and sheep donated
by the President Athol Smith.
1110
Best pet sheep over 12 months (any breed)
1111
Pet lamb - children 6 years and under
1112
Pet lamb - children 7 years to 9 years
1113
Pet lamb - children 10 years and over
1114
Best kid pet goat (all breeds)
CHAMPION RIBBONS for pet lamb, pet sheep and pet goat
will be given providing there are 6 entries or more in these
classes
SUPREME CHAMPION LAMB receives $50
Wool
Conditions and regulations:
Entries close Friday 7 November (applies to this section
th
only) and all exhibits to be in by 5pm Wednesday 19
November to PGG Waimate or can be dropped off at
showgrounds before 10am on Friday 21st November
Unless stipulated on entry form all fleeces in the Natural
section will be kindly gifted to the A&P.
Fleeces may be left or sent to PGG, Waimate prior to the
show. Please ensure that each fleece is put in its own bag
or wrapped properly. Ensure it is labelled with exhibitor's
name, address and class number.
Fleeces to be judged on quality, character, colour and
weight of fleece. Only wool off sheep in the current season
eligible for competition. Fleeces must be skirted sufficiently
No entry fee for Natural Section. Coloured Section Entry Fee
Members 50c, non members $1.
Prizes in each class: 1st $4, 2nd $3, 3rd $1.
Ardenlea Challenge Rose Bowl; The late Mr I H C McNeill
Cup for most points gained by competitors from the
Waimate District.
N A Rattray Challenge Cup; re-donated by the Neal
family for most points in Crossbred Wool Classes.
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION FINE WOOL
FLEECES.
CHAMPION & RESERVE CROSSBRED FLEECES
SUPREME CHAMPION FINE/CROSSBRED FLEECE
Natural SectionJdge
Judge:
1120
1121
1122
1123
1124
1125
1126
1127
1128
1129
1130
Jackie Donald MNZ
Merino hogget 16 micron and under
Merino hogget - 16.1 micron and over
Adult Merino ewe or wether - 16 micron and under
Adult Merino ewe/wether, 16.1 - 18 micron
Adult Merino ewe/wether, 18.1 micron & over
Merino ram
Corriedale or halfbred hogget under 26 micron
Corriedale or halfbred hogget over 26 micron
Corriedale or halfbred ewe/wether under 27micron
Corrieddale or halfbred ewe/wether over 27micron
Strong hogget fleece - shorn as lambs after
January 1 last.
1131
Strong crossbred ewe or wether
1132
Strong crossbred hogget
1133
5Kg of six month second shear blend (any breed)
1134
5kg of eight month second shear blend (any breed)
1135
Strong Cross Breed Ram
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION FINE WOOL
FLEECES
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION CROSSBRED
FLEECES
SUPREME CHAMPION FINE/CROSSBRED FLEECE
Black & Coloured Section
Judge:
1135
1136
1137
1138
1139
1140
Fiona Gardner Waimate
Fine ewe or wether, 52s or finer
Strong ewe or wether, 50s and stronger
Fine hogget, 54s and finer
Strong hogget, 52s and stronger
Novice (BCSBA Member) - strong mature fleece
Novice (BCSBA Member) - strong hogget fleece
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION FLEECE
SPECIAL PRIZE CHAMPION $10 RESERVE
CHAMPION $5
Drive & Yard Sheep Dog Trials
Sponsored by Transport Waimte Ltd
Saturday; post entries will not be accepted
Conditions and regulations:
1 Person to take charge of sheep at a peg and drive through
a set of hurdles, then through a prearranged course.
2 Competitor must follow sheep through obstacle.
3 Person to hold gate when yarding.
4 Order of running to be drawn, but the committee reserves
the right to alter this if circumstances warrant
5 Any matter not provided for in these conditions and not
governed by the rules of the Association, shall be decided by
the Stewards in charge, whose decision shall be final
Time allowed: 9 minutes. Points Obtainable: Each drive 10,
each obstacle 10, work at yard 20, pen 10: Total 100
Ribbons for 1st to 4th in both classes
Entry fee: Maiden Dog - $5 (covers both classes)
Open Dog - $5
Class 174 Maiden; for dogs which have not won an
open Maiden Trial. Winner to hold The late Arthur Baikie
Trophy for one year.
1st $40, 2nd $25, 3rd & 4th $15
Class 175 Open
Winner to hold Waimate Collie Dog Trial Club Challenge
Cup for 12 months.
1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20, 4th $15
Goats
Dairy Goats
Conditions and regulations:
All goats must be penned by 9.45am ready for judging
which will commence at 10.00am
The rules of the Royal Agricultural Society for exhibiting
dairy goats shall apply (plus any local rules as each A&P
Association may wish to apply)
Exhibitors must provide full name, registered or recorded
number of each exhibit, and date of birth, in addition to the
information required on the entry forms.
Entry Fee: Members $2; Non Members $3.50
Prizemoney: 1st $5; 2nd $3; 3rd $2.
Standard Age Classes
1149
1150
Kidded doe in milk 3 years and under
Kidded doe in milk over 3 years and under
5 years
1151
Kidded doe in milk 5 years and over
CHAMPION DOE; To be selected from the first prize
winners in 1149, 1150 and 1151.
RESERVE CHAMPION DOE: the second prize winner in
the class from which the Champion Doe was selected to be
paraded with other prize winner.
1152
Grand Champion Standard Age
CHAMPION CHALLENGE – Sponsored by SC Dairy Goat
Club.
Special Classes
ALL ANIMALS ENTERED IN THIS SECTION MUST BE
ENTERED IN THEIR STANDARD AGE CLASS.
1153
Best Udder
Open to all does who have borne a kid. To be judged when
full and again when stripped out. Points awarded for both full
and empty udder to be totalled to determine the prize winners
(does must be finally stripped prior to entering the ring for
second part)
1154
Dam and Daughter in milk
Dam and one or more daughters to be judged on the doe's
worth as a breeding matron. At least the daughter's to be
bred and owned by the exhibitor.
1155
Senior Progeny
Two daughters in milk of same sire but different dams. The
names of the sire and dams to be given on the entry form.
1156
Junior Showmanship
For young persons 15 years of age and under; to be judged
on exhibitor's ability to lead, place, turn, stop and start their
goat. Show preparation and appearance of both exhibitor and
goat to be taken into account. Exhibitor's age to be included
on entry form.
1157
Junior Herdsperson
Exhibitors 15 - 25 years showing an adult goat. Judged on
presentation and knowledge of the anatomy of the goat, also
handling and health of the adult goat. Goat does not have to
belong to the exhibitor.
STANDARD AGE GOATLING & KID CLASSES
1160
Maiden Doe or Goatling
Over 12 months and under 30 months that has not borne a
kid, including maiden milkers and springing does
1161
Maiden Doe Kid
CHAMPION JUNIOR DOE - to be selected from Classes
1160 and 1161 inclusive.
RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR DOE
HERD REGISTER STANDARD AGE BUCK CLASSES
1162
1163
Buck Kid under 12 months
Buckling over 12 months and under 2 years
1164
Buck 2 years and over
CHAMPION BUCK – to be selected from Classes 1163 and
1574
1575
1164 inclusive
1576
RESERVE CHAMPION BUCK
1165
Grand Champion Standard Age
CHAMPION CHALLENGE BUCK – sponsored by
SC Dairy Goat Club
Beef Cattle – Beef Breeds –
UNREGISTERED CLASSES
1168
1169
1170
Doe in milk
Goatling 12 months and under 30 months
Doe Kid 1 month to 12 months.
Dairy and Beef Cattle
Any other
breed
Jersey
Breeds
Friesian
NAIT NUMBER: 696975
Conditions and regulations: Cattle must be on the grounds by
10am and judging to commence 11am. No exhibit will be
allowed to go into competition after 11am without the
permission of the committee. No exhibit will be allowed to go
into competition after keeping judges waiting ten minutes.
The date of birth of all cattle must be stated at time of entry.
TB: All cattle, including yearlings, entered for showing must
be from a TB accredited herd. A TB test certificate, dated
within 6 months prior to the last day of the show must
accompany entry forms, or be received by the Secretary at
least seven days before the show.
All cattle will require the NAIT approved RFID tag. It is the
livestock exhibitors responsibility to record all animal
movements with NAIT 48 hours prior to leaving the
farm/property for the Show and then within 48 hours of
returning to the farm/property from the Show.
NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED WITHOUT DOCUMENTS
Stock exhibited in Purebred Class must be eligible to be
registered
All Dairy Bulls twelve months and over must be rung and
under adequate supervision. All Dairy Bulls two years and
over must have two leaders. All placed animals must enter
the Grand Parade The assistance of all Stewards in Cattle
Section would be appreciated in assembling cattle for the
Grand Parade and loading cattle after the show.
Pentland Hills Challenge Cup: most points in Hereford
Cattle. Winner to have name engraved on trophy and
hold for 12 months.
The Turton Challenge Trophy: most outstanding entry in
Beef Breed; winner to have name engraved on trophy
and hold for 12 months.
Championship Ribbons: Best Cow or Heifer, and
Best Bull in each Purebred Section and Crossbred Section
Best in Beef Breeds.
Entry fee: Members $3, non members $4
Prizes: 1st $4, 2nd $2.50, 3rd $1.50
Dairy Cattle
Bull, 1 year and under 2 years
Heifer, 2 years and under 3 years (suitable for
dairy purposes)
Dairy cow in milk
1579
1580
1581
1582
1583
1584
1585
1586
Heifer calf born since 1st June last
Heifer, 1 year and under 2 years
Heifer, 2 years and under 3 years
Pair of yearling heifers (group)
Cow any age
st
Bull calf born since 1 June last
Bull, 1 year and under 2 years
Bull, 2 years and over
Pet Calves
Points will be accumulated in this section for the
WORLD WIDE SIRES Pet calf competition.
Age of child is at 9 November 2014 for the first of
three competitions starting with the Vetlife Pet Day
on November 9th at North Otago A&P showgrounds,
Southern Canterbury A&P November 22nd and
finishing with North Otago A&P February 28th 2015
Any breed of dairy or beef calf is allowed
Age of calf from 1st June 2014
Points will be awarded 1st-5, 2nd-4, 3rd-3, 4th-2, 5th-1
Champion 2 points, Reserve 1 point
Competitors must compete at North Otago A&P on
February 28th 2015 to receive prizes
World Wide Sires donates a leather calf halter to the
winners in each age group and wide ribbons down
to 5th.
POST ENTRIES ACCEPTED JUDGED AT 11.30AM
Conditions and regulations: The committee reserves the
right to combine classes if there are insufficient entries
Entry fee: $1 Prizes: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $5
Champion $30 & Reserve Champion $20
Prize money for the best mannered pet calf in the show
donated by the President, Athol Smith..
Class 1598: Care, Condition and Grooming 10 years
and under
Class 1599: Best Led Calf 10 years and under
Class 1600: Best Knowledge 10 years and under
CHAMPION AND RESERVE PET CALF 10 years and
under
Class 1601: Care Condition and Grooming 11 years
and over
Class 1602: Best Led Calf 11 years and over
Class 1603: Best Knowledge 11 years and over
CHAMPION & RESERVE PET CALF 11 YEARS and
OVER
Classes
Heifer calf born since 1st June last
Bull calf born since 1st June last
Heifer, 1 year and under 2 years
Heifer, 2 years and under 3 years
Cow any age
Bull, 1 year and under 2
Bull, 2 years and over
CROSSBRED
1571
1572
1573
1550
1551
1552
1553
1554
1555
1556
1557
1558
1559
1560
1561
1562
1563
Heifer calf born since 1st June last
Bull calf born since 1st June last
Heifer, 1 year and under 2 years (suitable for
dairy purposes)
1564
1565
1566
1567
1568
1569
1570
Alpacas
Judge: Keenan Scott
Entry Fees Members Southern Canterbury A & P $6; non
members $8. No entry fee for some special classes. Entries
st
close 1 November. All Alpacas to be penned by 9.30 am with
judging to commence at 9.45 am.
This show is run under the Rules and Regulations of AANZ
Conditions of Entry:
1. All animals must belong to a clear TB herd where whole
herd testing is performed in accordance with the AANZ
voluntary TB scheme. Copies of current TB certificates to be
enclosed with entry forms.
2. All alpacas entered in Championship Classes must be
registered with the IAR and carry a brass ear tag displaying
its corresponding IAR number. Copies of registration
certificates are not required to be enclosed with the entry
forms. Please note that A1 forms are not acceptable
3. The exhibitor is the owner(s) listed on the alpaca's
registration certificate. In the case of a registered lease, the
lessee is deemed the owner.
4. The age of the alpaca is its age on the day of the show.
5. All exhibitors or handlers must place their animals in the
pens allotted by the Convener
6. No animal shall be removed from the show prior to the
completion of the Grand Parade without the permission
of the Chief Steward.
CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES
SURI BREED CLASSES
1604
1605
1606
Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12 mths White
Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12 mths Light Fawn
Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12 mths
Mid/dark Fawn
1607 Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12 mths Brown
1608 Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12 mths Grey/roan
1609 Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12 mths Black
1610 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths White
1611 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths Light Fawn
1612 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths Mid/Dark Fawn
1613 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths Brown
1614 Junior Male Suri 6 & Under 12 mths Grey/roan
1615 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths Black
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR SURI
1616 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under 24 mths White
1617 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under 24 mths
Light Fawn
1618 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under 24 mths
Mid/Dark Fawn
1619 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under 24 mths
Brown
1620 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under 24 mths
Grey/roan
1621 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under 24 mths Black
1622 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24 mths White
1623 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24 mths
Light Fawn
1624 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24 mths
Mid/Dark Fawn
1625 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24 mths Brown
1626 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24 mths
Grey/roan
1627 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24 mths Black
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE
SURI
1628 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over White
1629 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over Light Fawn
1630 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over Mid/Dark Fawn
1631 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over Brown
1632 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over Grey/roan
1633 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over Black
1634 Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over, White
1635 Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over, Light Fawn
1636 Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over Mid/Dark Fawn
1637
Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over Brown
1638
Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over Grey/roan
1639
Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over Black
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR SURI
SUPREME CHAMPION SURI
Erik van Schreven Memorial Trophy for Supreme Suri
HUACAYA BREED CLASSES
1640 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths White
1641 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths
Light Fawn
1642 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths
Mid/Dark Fawn
1643 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths Brown
1644 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths
Grey/roan
Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths Black
Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths White
Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths Light Fawn
Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths Mid/Dark
Fawn
1649 Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths Brown
1650 Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths Grey/roan
1651 Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12 mths Black
1645
1646
1647
1648
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR
HUACAYA
1652 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
White
1653 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Light Fawn
1654 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Mid/dark Fawn
1655 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Brown
1656 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Grey/roan
1657 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Black
1658 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 & under 24mths
White
1659 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Light Fawn
1660 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Mid/Dark Fawn
1661 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Brown
1662 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Grey/roan
1663 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 & under 24 mths
Black
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION
INTERMEDIATE HUACAYA
1664 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths & over White
1665 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths & over
Light Fawn
1666 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths & over
Mid/Dark Fawn
1667 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths & over Brown
1668 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths & over Grey/roan
1669 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths & over Black
1670 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over White
1671 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over Light Fawn
1672 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over Mid/Dark
Fawn
1673 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over Brown
1674 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over Grey/roan
1675 Senior Male Huacaya 24 months & over Black
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR
HUACAYA
SUPREME CHAMPION HUACAYA
The Murray Bruce Perpetual Trophy for Supreme Huacaya
Fancy Huacaya
NON CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES
Non Championship Fancy Classes sponsored
by NZ Summerhill Alpacas
The following classes are for entire males and females and
must be registered. Entries on the form provided. Entry Fees
apply.
1676 Fancy Female Suri Junior 6 & under 12 mths
1677 Fancy Female Suri Intermediate 12 & under 24 mths
1678 Fancy Female Suri Senior 24 mths & over
BEST FANCY FEMALE SURI
1679 Fancy Male Suri Junior 6 & under 12 mths
1680 Fancy Male Suri Intermediate 12 & under 24 mths
1681 Fancy Male Suri Senior 24 mths & over
BEST FANCY MALE SURI
PREMIER FANCY SURI
1682 Fancy Female Huacaya Junior 6 & under 12 mths
1683 Fancy Female Huacaya Intermediate 12 & under 24
mths
1684 Fancy Female Huacaya Senior 24 mths & over
BEST FANCY FEMALE HUACAYA
1685 Fancy Male Huacaya Junior 6 & under 12 mths
1686 Fancy Male Huacaya Intermediate 12 & under 24
mths
1687 Fancy Male Huacaya Senior 24 mths & over
BEST FANCY MALE HUACAYA.
PREMIER FANCY HUACAYA
NZ Summerhill Alpacas Perpetual Trophy for
Premier.
Non Championship Wether Classes
May be unregistered, must not be entire. Entry on the forms
provided. Entry Fee applies.
1688 Wether Suri 6 months and over
1689 Wether Huacaya 6 months and over
The above classes may be further split into age groups should
entries permit.
Special Classes to be entered on the day – No Entry Fee
Class 1690 Get of Dam (Suri)
This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the same dam.
The dam is not shown. Progeny are shown in groups of two
and can be of mixed sex, age and colour but must have been
shown in their respective Championship classes at the same
show. Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors.
Class 1691 Get of Dam (Huacaya)
This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the same dam.
The dam is not shown. Progeny are shown in groups of two
and can be of mixed sex, age and colour but must have been
shown in their respective Championship classes at the same
show. Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors.
Class 1692 Sires Progeny (Suri)
This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the same sire.
The sire is not shown. Progeny are shown in groups of two
and can be of mixed sex, age and colour but must have been
shown in their respective Championship classes at the same
show. Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors.
Class 1693 Sires Progeny (Huacaya)
This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the same sire.
The sire is not shown. Progeny are shown in groups of two
and can be of mixed sex, age and colour but must have been
shown in their respective Championship classes at the same
show. Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors.
Class 1694 Child Handler (5-10 years inclusive) to be
judged on handling ability and knowledge
Class 1695 Junior Handler (11-16 years inclusive) to be
judged on handling ability and knowledge.
Poultry
Saturday - judging commences at 10am
Conditions and regulations:: Penning by 9.30am on
Saturday; debenching at conclusion of Show approx 4pm
Entry fee: 50c Prizes: 1st $1.50, 2nd $1, 3rd 50c
South Island Poultry Pigeon & Cage Bird Assn donates
$10 and a certificate to the Grand Champion
Rosettes will be awarded to best in each section; poultry,
1500
Game Poultry, all varieties, male
1501
Game Poultry, all varieties, female
1502
Heavy Poultry, all varieties, male
1503
Heavy Poultry, all varieties, female
1504
Light Poultry, all varieties, male
1505
Light Poultry, all varieties, female
1506
Old English game bantams, all varieties, male
1507
Old English game bantams, all varieties, female
1508
Fancy bantams, all varieties, male
1509
Fancy bantams, all varieties, female
1510
Ducks, all varieties, male
1511
Ducks, all varieties, female
1512
Fancy pigeons, all varieties, male
1513
1514
1515
1516
1517
1518
1519
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1525
1526
1527
1528
1529
1530
1531
1532
1533
1534
1535
1522
1523
1524
1525
Fancy pigeons, all varieties, female
Homer pigeons, all varieties, male
Homer pigeons, all varieties, female
Canaries, all varieties, male
Canaries, all varieties, female
Budgerigars, all varieties, male
Budgerigars, all varieties, female
Finch, all varieties, male
Finch, all varieties, female
Any British bird, male
Any British bird, female
Hook beak, all varieties, male
Hook beak, all varieties, female
Cage Bird, children's, male
Cage Bird, children's, female
Poultry, children's, all varieties, female
Poultry, children's, all varieties, male
Bantam, children's, all varieties, male
Bantam, children's, all varieties, female
Pigeon, children's, all varieties, male
Pigeon, children's, all varieties, female
Duck, children's, all varieties, male
Duck, childrens, all varieties, female
Any British Bird, Male
Any British Bird, Female
Hook beak, all varieties, male
Hook beak, all varieties, female
Donkeys
EAST RING SUNDAY 24TH NOVEMBER 10.30am
Judge: Ian Gould
Entry Fee: Members $5; non members $10
st
nd
rd
th
Prizemoney: 1 $15, 2 $12, 3 $10, 4 $5
Donkey In Hand Conformation Section
NOTE: Jacks over 2 should be led with bit in mouth.
1900
Best Presented donkey on a Lead Rein
(50% donkey, 25% gear, 25% handler)
1901
Foal or Yearling Donkey
1902
Jenny Donkey 2 years and over
1903
Jack Donkey 2 years and over
(to be shown in a bit with adult handler)
1904
Gelding Donkey 2 years and over
Mule In-Hand Conformation Section
1905
1906
1907
Best Presented Mule on a Lead Rein
(50% animal, 25% gear, 25% handler)
Mule 2 years and under
Mule 3 years and over
Donkey In-Hand Performance Section
1908
Best Paced and Mannered
1909
Donkey Pattern
1910
Donkey Challenge (To be judged on willingness
& accuracy through four challenges from the challenge list)
Mule In-Hand Performance Section
1911
Best Paced and Mannered Mule
1912
Mule Challenge
1913
Mule Open Pattern (To be judged on style,
willingness & accuracy through four challenges from the
challenge list)
Donkey and Mule Harness Section
Donkeys and Mules are to be judged and awarded separately.
Mules must not be judged against donkeys.
1914
Best Presented Donkey/Mule in Harness
(50% animal, 25% gear, 25% handler)
1915
Best Paced and Mannered Donkey/Mule
1916
Cone Course (Accuracy in negotiating a series of
cones.)
1917
Driven Challenge (to be judged on style, willingness
& accuracy through four challenges)
Ridden Mule Section
1918
1919
1920
Best Paced & Mannered Mule under saddle
Ridden Open Pattern
Ridden Challenge (to be judged on style,
willingness & accuracy through four Challenges)
Horses
Conditions and regulations: To be read in conjunction with
the General Conditions of the Southern Canterbury A&P
Association and the Royal Agricultural Society Equestrian
Rule Book and Guidelines. The RAS Equestrian Rule Book
is available for purchase from, The Central District Secretary,
Sandra Curd, ph 03 302 4754
ADMINISTRATION FEE: A $6 fee is payable by each
exhibitor.
YELLOW CARD: This Show supports the ‘RAS Yellow
Card' system, which will be offered for any inappropriate
behaviour towards show officials, judges, fellow competitors
or any other third party connected with the show bringing the
equestrian discipline into disrepute, or cases which are of a
less serious nature to the above in accordance with the
conduct of members, owners, lessees, competitors and/or
exhibitors as provided in the RAS Equestrian Competitors and
Judges Rulebook and rule 13 of the RAS Constitution.
ENTRY FEES include RAS Levy of $1 per class. This
Levy is charged by RAS to assist funding of judge/steward
training, drug testing and administration.
ALL HORSES/PONIES to be on the grounds ready for judging
by 8.30am Saturday. A, B & C rings will be judged
simultaneously, commencing at 8.30am
BOXES & YARDS: Application for boxes $20, and open yards
$10, must be paid with entry fees.
MARES OR GELDINGS only, except led and hack jumping
classes. All stallions and handlers must wear ID labels.
NOVICE CLASSES - PERFORMANCE CARDS: All novice
horses to be shown in a snaffle bit. Please note that a record
of wins must be carried, and presented when asked for; failure
to do so will result in elimination. Central Districts of the Royal
Agricultural Society collates all A&P Show results to enable
secretaries to keep a record of all novice wins.
RAS rule 65: A novice horse or pony or rider is one that has
yet to win six classes in any division within the competitions
provided at any A&P Show. RAS rule 67: All wins in novice
classes within each division count, and must be recorded on
the RAS
Performance & Measuring card. Should a novice horse or
pony win an open conformation class, including ladies &
gentlemen classes, these wins must also be recorded.
Once a horse/pony has achieved six wins in conformation
classes, this horse/pony is not eligible to return to 'novice'
status should it change sections at the beginning of a new
show season. Once a horse/pony has achieved six wins in
paced & mannered classes, this horse/pony is not eligible to
return to 'novice' status should it change sections at the
beginning of a new show season. This ruling excludes lead
rein ponies and first ridden ponies. Novice ponies may be
ridden by riders of any age in novice classes, but not in the
open section where the stated age applies.Once a horse/pony
has had five wins in conformation classes (or six wins in
paced & mannered classes) it is no longer eligible for novice
classes in that division.
HEIGHT CERTIFICATES: All horses and ponies in
classes of prescribed height must carry a height
certificate. Failure to do so will result in elimination.
Annual Metcalf or Life Certificate will be accepted
ELECTRONIC DEVICES: RAS rule 51d - Any electronic
or audio equipment carried on a competitor deemed to be
possible of outside assistance to a competitor, is banned
from all competitions at any RAS or Affiliated Shows, with the
penalty of forfeiting all prize money, awards and qualifications,
and elimination from any further classes at that show
FORBIDDEN SUBSTANCE TESTING: The use of
tranquillisers, stimulants, or any drug which affects the
performance of horses or ponies is forbidden.
Competitors are advised that tests for forbidden substances
may be carried out during the Show, and that testing of all
animals is at the owner's risk. Testing will be carried out
under the Royal Agricultural Society (Incorporated) Forbidden
Substance Judicial Committee (FSJC) procedures and rules
(refer rule 89 RAS Equestrian Judges and Competitors Rule
Book, and Rule 55a of the RAS General Rules and
Regulations).
DISABLED EXHIBITORS requiring an aid for assistance
during competition may apply to the RAS for an ID card
ALL HORSE/PONY PRIZE WINNERS must attend the
Grand Parade
Your signature on the entry form and/or participation in
the competition denotes acceptance of these conditions
and the rules as defined in the RAS Equestrian Rule Book
J H Mitchell Challenge Cup: exhibitor gaining the most
points in any one of the two following sections (1) All light
horse sections (2) Ponies (exclusive of all competition).
Points allotted as follows; Champion 2 points; Reserve
Champion 1 point, 1st 6 points, 2nd 4 points, 3rd 2 points, and
providing there are more than six entries, 4th 1 point.
Waimate A&P Challenge Cup: (re-donated by the trustees
of the late Miss L. Rutherford) for most points in the Hack and
Hunter events.
Betty Harper Cup: most points in hack and hunter events.
Waihuna Cup: Champion Hunter.
R H Rickman Memorial Challenge Trophy: winner of
Open horse 1.20m, Class 2031
E Jackson Challenge Cup: winner of Open horse 1.30m,
Class 2016
J R Patrick Cup: most points in Clydesdales
Mount Studholme Rodeo Cup: donated by Mr & Mrs R
Olds awarded annually to the winner of most points in the
harness section
Hacks over 158cm
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.
Judge Nicky Hutchinson
Entry Fee: Members $6; Non members $12.
Prizemoney: 1st $20; 2nd $15; 3rd $10; 4th $6.
1701
Best Presented horse, rider and gear
1702
Novice hack with 0 - 5 wins
1703
Open hack up to 163cm
1704
Open hack over 163cm
1705
Ladies & Gentleman’s hack over 158cm
Champion and Reserve Champion Hack
1706
Best paced & mannered hack
1707
Best rider in hack section
1708
Led Adult Hack mare or gelding over 158cm (not
eligible for any other Led Class)
Park Hacks over 148cm & not over 158cm
Main Ring.Saturday 8.30am.
Judge: Paddy Stronach
Entry Fee: Members $6; Non members $12.
Prizemoney: 1st $20; 2nd $15; 3rd $10; 4th $6.
1716
1717
1718
1719
1720
Best Presented horse, rider and gear
Novice park hack with 0 - 5 wins
Open park hack over 148cm & not over 153cm
Open park hack over 153cm & not over 158cm
Lady’s or gentleman’s park hack over
148cm and not over 158cm
Champion and Reserve Champion Park Hack
1721
Best paced & mannered park hack
1722
Best rider in park hack section
1723
Led Adult Park Hack mare or gelding over
148cm and not over 158cm. (not eligible for any
other Led Class)
Saddle Hunter over 148cm
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am. Judge: Nancye Jack
Entry Fee: Members $6; Non members $12.
Prizemoney: 1st $20; 2nd $15; 3rd $10; 4th $6.
1729
1730
1731
1732
1733
Saddle hunter turnout (not as for hunting field)
Novice saddle hunter with 0 - 5 wins
Open saddle hunter up to 163cm
Open saddle hunter over 163cm
Lady’s or Gentleman’s saddle hunter over
148cm
Champion & Reserve Champion Saddle Hunter
1734
Best paced and mannered saddle hunter
1735
Best rider in saddle hunter section
1736
Led Adult Saddle Hunter mare or gelding over
148cm. (not eligible for any other led class)
Group B Ponies
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am. Judge: Mavis Harris
Entry Fee: Members $5; Non members $10.
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7; 4th $5.
1756
Best Presented pony, rider and gear
1757
Novice pony with 0 - 5 wins
1758
Open pony over 128cm and not over 133cm
1759
Open pony over 133cm and not over 138cm
Champion and Reserve Champion Group B Pony
1760
Best paced and mannered pony
1761
Best boy or girl rider in Group B
1762
Led Adult Group B Pony over 128cm & not
over 138cm (Not eligible for any other Led Class)
Riding Horse
Group C Ponies
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.
Judge: Miss PJ Johnson
Entry Fee: Members $6; Non members $12.
Prizemoney: 1st $20; 2nd $15; 3rd $10; 4th $6.
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am. Judge:
Entry Fee: Members $5; Non members $10.
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7; 4th $5.
1737
1738
Best Presented Riding Horse, rider and gear
Novice Riding Horse 0 - 5 wins over 148cm &
not over 163cm
1739
Novice Riding Horse 0-5 wins over 163cm
1740
Open Riding Horse over 148cm & not over
163cm
1741
Open Riding Horse over 163cm
1742
Riding Horse suitable for a Lady or Gentleman
Rider
Champion and Reserve Champion Riding Horse
1743
Best paced and mannered Riding Horse
1744
Best rider on a Riding Horse
1745
Led Adult Riding Horse over 148cm
(not eligible for any other Led Class)
Ponies
Riders under 17 years at date of show for all sections
excluding novice classes which have no age restriction.
All pony riders to wear approved, protective helmets.
Please note: all conditions and regulations as defined under
'Horses and Ponies' apply to ponies also
Entry fee: Members $5, non members $10
Prizes: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $7, 4th $5
Waimate Pony Club Challenge Cup: awarded to pony and
rider (nominated at date of entry) gaining most points. To
qualify, entrants must be a member of the Waimate Pony
Club and have attended a minimum of 6 rallies since last
Southern Canterbury A & P Show day
A J Davey Challenge Cup: awarded annually for the Best
Boy or Girl Rider in Group A.
R C & E R Harper Cups: awarded to the Best Rider in
Groups B and Group C
SUPREME CHAMPION PONY from Group A. B and C
Group A Ponies
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.
Judge : Annabelle Hampton
Entry Fee: Members $5; Non members $10.
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7; 4th $5.
1746
Best Presented pony, rider and gear
1747
Novice pony with 0 - 5 wins
1748
Open pony over 138cm and not over 143cm
1749
Open pony over 143cm and not over 148cm
Champion and Reserve Champion Group A Pony
1750
Best paced and mannered pony
1751
Best boy or girl rider in Group A
1752
Led Adult Group A Pony over 138cm & not
over 148cm. (Not eligible for any other Led Class)
1766
Best Presented pony, rider and gear
1767
Novice pony with 0 - 5 wins
1768
Open pony not over 123cm
1769
Open pony over 123cm and not over 128cm
Champion and Reserve Champion Group C Pony
1770
Best paced and mannered pony
1771
Best boy or girl rider in Group C
1772
Led Adult Group C Pony not over 128cm
(Not eligible for any other Led Class)
Led Rein Pony
Saturday 8.30am Judge: Tania Bellamy
Entry fees: Members $5, non members $10
Prizes: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $7, 4th $5.
Combination may not compete in any other section.
Not over128cm. All riders to be aged 7 years and under,
with a minimum of 4 years at time of show in all classes
of this Section. District class entrants must be owned
and ridden by a South Canterbury resident.
RAS Leases accepted but must have existed for a
minimum of 60 days. Proof of this to be carried.
1790
Best Presented pony, rider and handler
1791
Best leading rein pony
1792
Most suitable first pony
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Rein Pony
1793
Best leading rein rider 6 - 7 yrs
1794
Best leading rein rider 4 - 5 yrs
First Ridden Pony
Saturday Follows Led Rein. Judge: Tania Bellamy
Entry fees: Members $5, non members $10
Prizes: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $7, 4th $5.
Not over 138cm. All Riders to be under 10 yrs of age at
time of show in all classes of this section. Combination
may not eligible to compete in any other section.
However, if a show does not provide a First Ridden
Section then it is permissible for the pony and rider to
compete in the open section but not to exceed three
shows. Riders only eligible to compete in the First Ridden
Section for a maximum of 24 months from the date of the
first show in First Ridden Section. No cantering as a
class allowed, however, judge may ask in individual
workouts. Same combination may not enter led rein
section and the First Ridden Section BUT the same pony
may be entered in both with different rider in the First
Ridden Section providing classes do not clash. These
ponies are not eligible for any Group B or C classes.
District entrants must be owned and ridden by a South
Canterbury resident. RAS leases accepted but must have
existed for a minimum of 60 days. Proof of this to be
carried. Snaffle bit only. ALL height and performance
cards must be carried; failure to do so will result in
elimination
1775
Best Presented pony & rider
1780
Best combination pony & rider
1781
Pony most suitable as child's first pony
1782
Best first ridden pony
Champion & Reserve Champion First Ridden Pony
1783
Best paced & mannered
1784
Best rider 8 - 9 yrs
1785
Best rider under 8 yrs
1786
Special Class: Paced & Mannered – Riders will
be asked to work on a circle together and will be
asked to canter.
Pleasure Horse & Pony Club Section
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.
Judge: Stewart McGiffert
Entry Fee: Members $5; Non members $10.
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7; 4th $5.
RULES
All riders must be under 21 years of age
Pony Club regulation helmets must be worn.
All riders must be a financial member of a Pony Club
Branch name to be noted on entry form
Pony Club uniform to be worn
Committee reserves the right to alter classes.
Snaffle bits only
No plaiting
Ponies and riders not to compete in any other section
(excluding Harness and Jumping events.
1795
Best Pony Club Pony/Hack, must be a
member of a Pony Club.
1796
Best Pony
1797
Best Hack
Champion and Reserve Champion Pony Club Hack/Pony
1798
Paced and mannered Pony
1799
Paced and mannered Hack
1800
Rider
1801
Best Pairs
In Hand Horses & Ponies
Led Ponies & Hacks
Saturday 8.30am - Judge: A Bishop
Can be entered in one section only
Entry fee: Members $5, non members $10
Prizes: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $7, 4th $5
1805 Best Presented horse/pony & handler
1806 Pony entire up to 148cm
1807 Pony yearling; colt, filly or gelding up to 140cm
1808 Two year old pony; colt, filly or gelding
up to 146cm
1809 Dry mare 3 years and over up to 148cm
(ponies competing in Groups A, B, C, First Ridden or Led
Rein are NOT ELIGIBLE for this class.)
1810 Pony brood mare; in foal or with foal at foot
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Male Pony
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Female Pony
1812 Hack yearling; colt, filly or gelding
1813 Hack 2 year old - colt, filly or gelding
1814 Dry mare 3 yrs and over - over 148cm (Hacks, Park
Hacks, Riding Horses & Saddle Hunters competing in
ridden classes are NOT ELIGIBLE for this class.)
1815 Brood mare; in foal/foal at foot, over 148cm
1816 Hack stallion 3 yrs and over, over 148 cm
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Hack
In Hand Welsh Mountain Pony
Main Ring. Saturday Follows in Hand Horses and
Ponies. Judge: A Bishop
Ponies entered in this section are not eligible in other led
classes Must be registered with the Welsh Pony and Cob
Society of NZ and registered number stated on entry form
otherwise entries will not be accepted. Please indicate
Section A, B, C or D.
Partbred ponies must be registered and not have less than
25% Welsh Blood.
Purebred ponies in this section must not be plaited.
Entry Fee: Members $5; Non members $10.
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7; 4th $5.
1869
1870
1871
1872
Best Presented Pure or Partbred
Best Purebred Stallion Section A B C & D
Yearling Purebred Section A B C and D
2 yr old or 3 yr old Purebred Section
A B C and D
1873
Broodmare Purebred Section A 4 years
and over visibly in foal or foal at foot
1874
Broodmare Purebred Section B C and D
4 years & over visibily in foal or foal at foot
1875
Dry Mare or gelding 4 yrs & over Purebred
Champion and Reserve Champion Purebred
Welsh Mountain Pony
1876
Best Partbred Stallion 4 years & over
1877
Yearling Partbred, colt, filly or gelding
1878
2 yr or 3 yr old Partbred, colt, filly or gelding
1879
Mare Partbred 4 years & over visibly in
foal or foal at foot
1880
Dry Mare or gelding 4 yrs or over Partbred
Champion and Reserve Champion Partbred
Welsh Mountain Pony
Shetland Ponies
Saturday Follows the Welsh Section - Judge: A Bishop
Ponies to be shown in natural coat and full feather.
All entries to be purebred.
Toonmal Cup for Champion Youngstock (Classes 1822 &
1823). Cup and ribbons donated by Toonmal Stud.
Entry fee: Members $5, non members $10
Prizes: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $7, 4th $5
1820
Best presented Shetland Pony
1821
Stallion 4 years and over
1822
Yearling; colt, filly or gelding
1823
Two and 3 year old; colt, filly or gelding
1824
Mare or gelding 4 years and over
1825
Best paced Shetland Pony
1826
Best mannered Shetland Pony
1827
Purebred Shetland Pony 34 inches and under.
Any age, any sex to mature to 34 inches or under.
Champion & Reserve Champion Shetland – Male
Champion & Reserve Champion Shetland - Female
Clydesdales
Main Ring. Saturday 1pm Judge: Nancye Jack
Entry Fee: Members $5; Non members $10.
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7; 4th $5.
1830
Best presented Horse & Handler
1831
Clydesdale yearling any sex
1832
Clydesdale 2 year old any sex
1833
Clydesdale entire 3 years and over
1834
Clydesdale mare 3 years and over
1835
Clydesdale gelding any age
Champion & Reserve Champion Clydesdale Male
(classes 1831-1835)
Champion & Reserve Champion Clydesdale Female
1836
Best walking Clydesdale
1837
Best Ridden Clydesdale. To be judged on
performance of both horse & rider.
1838
Best Heavy Horse attached to a sledge.
1839
Best Heavy Horse or horses attached to a
wheeled vehicle.
Miniature Horses
Saturday 8.30am. Judge: Chas Cooling
Under 38” – unplaited.
Entry Fee: Members $5; Non members $10.
st
nd
rd
th
Prizemoney: 1 $15; 2 $10; 3 $7; 4 $5.
CATEGORY A
1840
Best Presented
1841
Yearling; colt, filly or gelding
1842
Mare 2 years and over
1843
Colt/stallion 2 years and over
1844
Gelding 2 years and over
1845
Best movement
1846
Best head
CATEGORY B
1850
Best presented
1851
Yearling; colt, filly or gelding
1852
Mare 2 years and over
1853
Colt/stallion 2 years and over
1854
Gelding 2 years and over
1855
Best movement
1856
Best head
Champion and Reserve Youngstock – judged from 1st &
2nd winners in classes 1841 & 1851
Champion and Reserve Champion Senior Horse judged
from 1st & 2nd winners in classes 1842-1844, 1852- 1854.
COMBINED CATEGORY A & B
1860
Best solid colour A & B
1861
Best multi-colour A & B
1862
Youth showmanship
1863
Adult showmanship
1864
Harness obstacle challenge
Miniature Jumping Classes
1865 Hunter Jumper - Novice 2 years & over Cat A
1866 Hunter Jumper - Novice 2 years & over Cat B
1867
Hunter Jumper - Open Cat A
1868
Hunter Jumper - Open Cat B
Harness Horses & Ponies
Main Ring: Saturday approx 11.30am.
Judge: Ian Gould
Entry Fee: Members $5; Non members $12.
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7, 4th $5.
1885
Best turnout, any height
1886
Non hackney, not to exceed 133cm
1887
Hackney not to exceed 133cm
1888
Non hackney, over 133cm
1889
Hackney over 133cm
1890
Best paced, any height
1891
Best mannered, any height
1892
Best lady/gentleman driver. To be
driven through a set pattern.
Champion and Reserve Champion Hackney
Champion and Reserve Champion Non Hackney
Side Saddle
Main Ring. Saturday. To follow Supreme Horse Judging.
Entry Fee: Members $6; Non Members $12.
Prizemoney: 1st $20, 2nd $15, 3rd $10, 4th $6.
1895
Best turnout side saddle
1896
Best ridden side saddle combination
1897
Best paced and mannered side saddle
Champion and Reserve Champion Side Saddle
Hunter Jumping - Horses
Main Ring. Saturday. 11.30am approx.
Judge: Paddy Stronach
Entry Fee: Classes 2001-2003:Members $6; Non members
$12. Prizemoney: 1st $25; 2nd $15; 3rd $8, 4th $4.
2001
Novice Hunter with 0 - 5 wins
2002
Hunter not over 163cm
2003
Hunter over 163cm
2004
Qualified Hunter that has hunted at least 3
times In 2013 Qualification card must be carried.
Includes wire.
Entry Fee: Members $8; Non members $12.
st
nd
rd
th
Prizemoney: 1 $50; 2 $30; 3 $20; 4 $10
2005
Open Hunter Includes wire jumps.
Entry Fee: Members $10; Non members $15.
Prizemoney: 1st $100; 2nd $50; 3rd $30 4th $20.
Champion & Reserve Champion Hunter.
Pony Hunters
Main Ring. Saturday 11.30am approx.
Judge: Mavis Harris 148cm and under.
Entry Fee: Members $5; non members $8.
Prizemoney: 1st $12; 2nd $8; 3rd $6; 4th $5.
2010
Novice Pony up to 148 cm 0-5 Wins
2011
Pony Hunter up to 128 cm
2012
Pony up to 138cm
2013
Pony Hunter up to 148 cm
2014
Open Pony Hunter up to 148 cm
(includes wire jump)
Champion and Reserve Champion Pony Hunter
Show Jumping
CONDITIONS AND RULES:
1. All Riders, Horses and Ponies must compete with the
appropriate ESNZ membership
2. All classes run under ESNZ rules current at the time
of the show
3. Prizes and conditions for all South Island Series will
be on the Canterbury Show Jumping website
www.showjumping.webs.com.canterbury
LEVIES AND FEES:
1. ESNZ JUMPING LEVY: $5 per equine
2. FLEXI-START: $10 per equine per day (compete in
any jumping non series class)
Entries for Show jumping must be on official ESNZ entry
forms with payment for entry fees, administration fee of $6(per
horse), yards $10 each for members or $15 for non members,
catalogue $5, back numbers $2 (per rider), ESNZ Levy $5
(per equine) and Flexi Start if required
Saturday. Ring 1. Follows Hunter Classes
2015
Young Rider - 238.2.2 1.25m-1.35m Entry
Fee: $30. Prizemoney: 1st $150, 2nd $120, 3rd $90, 4th $60, 5th
th
$50 6 $30
2016
Pro Amateur Rider – 238.2.2 1.25m-1.35m
Entry Fee: $25. Prizemoney: 1st $130, 2nd $100, 3rd $80, 4th
$60, 5th $50, 6th $30
2017
CALEDONIAN AMATEUR RIDER SERIES
1.10m-1.20m art 238.2.2
Entry Fee $18. Prizemoney:1st $100; 2nd $60; 3rd $50, 4th
th
th
$40, 5 $30, 6 $20
2018
JUNIOR RIDER SERIES – 1.15-1.25m art 238.2.2
nd
rd
th
Entry Fee $18. Prizemoney: 1st 100, 2 $60, 3 $50, 4
th
th
$40, 5 $30, 6 $20
2019
Horse 1.20m AM5 IJO 238.2.2
Entry Fee: $10. Prizemoney: 1st $60, 2nd $50, 3rd $40, 4th $30,
th
5 $20
2020
Horse 1.10m AM5 IJO 238.2.2
st
nd
rd
th
Entry Fee: $10. Prizemoney: 1 $50; 2 $40; 3 $30; 4
$20; 5th $10
Ring 2: SATURDAY Follows Hunter Classes
Run under ESNZ. Entries must be on official ESNZ forms.
Entry Fee for Classes 2021-2028 $8.
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $8; 4th $5
2022
Pony 85cm AM5 IJO 238.2.2
2023
Pony 95cm AM5 IJO 238.2.2
2024
Pony 1.10m AM5 IJO 238.2.2
2025
Pony 1.20m AM5 IJO 238.2.2
2026
Pony 85cm TA2 238.2.1
2027
Pony 95cm TA2 238.2.1
2028
Pony 1.05m TA2 238.2.1
2029
Pony 1.15m TA2 238.2.1
2030
Horse 1.00m AM5 IJO 238.2.2
Entry Fee: $9 Prizemoney: 1st $30, 2nd $20, 3rd $15, 4th $10,
th
5 $5
Ring 1 Sunday – 8.30am
2031
Canterbury Saddlery Pony Points 1.10m AM5
238.2.2
Entry Fee $8. Prizemoney: 1st $30; 2nd $20; 3rd $15; 4th $10
2032
Horse 1.10m TAM5 238.2.2
st
nd
rd
th
Entry Fee: $10. Prizemoney: 1 $50; 2 $40; 3 $30; 4 $20;
th
5 $10.
2033
Horse 1.20m TAM5 238.2.2
Entry Fee $15. Prizemoney: 1st $60; 2nd $50; 3rd $40; 4th $30;
th
5 $20.
2034
Open Horse 1.30cm TAM5 238.2.2
st
nd
rd
th
Entry Fee: $20. Prizemoney: 1 $90; 2 $70; 3 $60; 4 $50,
th
5 $40
2035
COUNTRY TV HORSE GRAND PRIX 1.40m1.50m; 261.5.3
Entry Fee $60. Prizemoney: 1st $500; 2nd 400, 3rd $270, 4th
$170 , 5th $100, 6th $60
2036
Pony Grand Prix 1.15m-1.25m art 261.5.3
st
nd
rd
th
Entry Fee: $12. Prizemoney: 1 $66; 2 $50; 3 $40; 4 $30;
th
5th $25; 6 $24.
2037
Horse 1.20cm TA2 238.2.1
Entry Fee: $10. Prizemoney: 1st $60; 2nd $50; 3rd $40; 4th $30;
5th $20.
2038
Horse 1.10cm TA2 238.2.1
st
nd
rd
th
Entry Fee: $9 Prizemoney: 1 $50; 2 $40; 3 $30; 4 $20;
th
5 $10.
2039
Horse 1.00m TA2 238.2.1
Entry Fee: $9 Prizemoney: 1st $30 2nd $20 3RD $15 4TH $10,5th $5.
Ring 2 - Sunday – 8.30am
Entry Fees Classes 2039-2043 $7. Ribbons only.
2039
Intro Horse 70cm AM5 (IJO)
2040
Intro Pony 70cm AM5 (IJO)
2041
Intro Pony 80cm AM5 (IJO)
2042
Intro Horse 80cm AM5 (IJO)
2043
Horse 90cm TAM5 (IJO)
2044
Pony 90cm TA5 IJO
st
nd
rd
th
Entry Fee: $8. Prizemoney 1 $25; 2 $15; 3 $10; 4 $5.
2045
Pony 1m TA5 IJO
Entry Fee:: $8. Prizemoney: 1st $25; 2nd $15; 3rd $10; 4th $5.
2046
Horse 1m TA5 IJO
st
nd
rd
th
th
Entry Fee $9 Prizemoney: 1 $30; 2 $20 3 $15 4 $10, 5
$5
Home Industries Section
For all Saturday classes there will be no admission to the
shed from 9am when doors will be closed
NOTIFICATION OF PRIZE MONEY COLLECTION POINT
AND TIMES WILL BE POSTED IN THE HOME INDUSTRIES
BUILDING ON SATURDAY MORNING
Entry fee: Members $1, non members $1.50
Prizes (or all Home Industry classes unless stated otherwise):
1st $2.50, 2nd $2, 3rd $1.50.
FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER
ALL EXHIBITS IN BY 4PM FRIDAY.
Conditions and regulations: All exhibits to be bona fide
work of exhibitor
PLEASE INDICATE THE SIZE OF YOUR ARTICLE(S)
ON THE ENTRY FORM
J C FAULKNER MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY;
exhibitor gaining most points in the Home Industries section.
BF MERCER CHALLENGE CUP presented for most points in
Knitting, Sewing, Craft, Photography and Art combined
Winner to have name engraved on Trophy and hold for 12
months. All trophys to be signed for at the office before taking
from showgrounds
Knitting - Sewing - Craft
SC Black and Coloured Sheep Breeders Association give
$10 for an article demonstrating "The most artistic use of
natural coloured wool” - up to 25% white permitted
Special Prize of $50 for most points in classes 1200-1220.
1200
Baby or child's hand-knitted garment.
1201
Adults hand-knitted garment
1202
Knitted article in fine wool
1203
Baby or child's hand-knitted set (any ply)
1204
Soft toy, any medium
1205
Article of cross-stitch embroidery (no assissi)
1206
Dressed Doll
1207
Handmade greeting card
1208
Wall Hanging
1209
An article of patchwork
1210 Craft article, any medium not covered in schedule
1211
A page of scrapbooking
1212
Item of hand-made jewellery
1213
Garment - felted, any medium
1214
Felted article - any medium
1215
Weaving with fine yarn - any Medium
1216
Weaving with hand spun yarn - any medium
1217
Any Article using Hand Dyed materials
1218
Hank of Handspun fine yarn – any medium
1219
Hank of Handspun novelty yarn
1220
A piece of pottery
Photography
ALL EXHIBITS IN BY 4PM FRIDAY
ENTRIES MAY BE POSTED - if unable to collect your
photos on show day please include a SAE for return
Conditions and regulations: All photographs to be marked
with competitors name and class number on back and not
to exceed 130mm x 180mm in size unless otherwise stated.
A 2.5cm mount is allowed for all photographs.
ColourPrint will give a framed canvas print up to A3 size for
the best photography entry.
Please see School and Childrens section for childrens classes
1245
Garden scene
1246
Plant study
1247
Monochrome, any subject
1248
Monochrome, any subject, developed and printed
by exhibitor
1249
Colour Print, landscape or seascape
1250
Colour Print, farm interest
1251
Colour Print, child or children study
1252
Colour Print, portrait or figure study
1253
1254
1255
1256
1257
1258
Colour print, candid - people at work or play
Colour Print, animal study
Colour Print, any other subject
Colour Print, Waimate District Pictorial Scene
Colour Print, an activity which has taken place in
Waimate District
Digitally enhanced print - any subject
Art
ALL EXHIBITS IN BY 4PM FRIDAY
Conditions and regulations: Exhibitor to show no more
than 2 entries per class. All exhibits to be bona fide work of
exhibitor
PLEASE INDICATE DIMENSIONS OF ART WORK(S)
ON ENTRY FORM.
Please see School and Childrens section for childrens
classes
1265
Secondary School pupils, drawing, any medium
1266
Secondary School pupils, painting, any medium
1267
Secondary School pupils, multimedia piece, any
subject
1268
Adult, sketch work
1269
Adult, painting – oil,acrylic, water
1270
Adult, multimedia piece, any subject
1271
Open, Sculpture
Adults Floral
ALL EXHIBITS IN BY 9AM SATURDAY
Conditions and regulations:
Entries accepted up to 5pm Friday 22 November.
Post entries will be accepted at the secretary’s office
from 7.30am on Saturday, however. Your entry form must
be completed and accompanied by the correct entry fee
(no change given). You may experience some delay
while entries are processed
All exhibits to be grown by exhibitor.
Entry fee: Members $1, non members $1.50
Prizes: 1st $2.50, 2nd $2, 3rd $1.50
PPCS Challenge Trophy will be presented for most points.
Champion Bloom awarded
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTER OF ROSES Exhibition blooms are Hybrid Tea Roses which are more
than half open. They are large roses which have a single
bloom on a head and no side buds. Decorative blooms
are long slender blooms which are from quarter to half
open with no side buds. A stem is a rose with more than
one open flower and buds.
1275
1276
1277
1278
1279
1280
1281
1282
1283
1284
1285
1286
1287
1288
1289
1290
1291
1292
1293
1 Exhibition Rose
1 Decorative Rose
Miniature Rose, one stem
Miniature rose, three stems
Patio Rose, one stem
1 Peony Rose
1 Floribunda Rose, one stem
Old English Rose, one stem
1 Rose, full bloom
1 Red Rose
1 White Rose
1 Truss of Rhododendron
Bearded Iris, one stem
1 iris, any other variety
Any other flower not in schedule, shrub
3 vases of annuals of distinct varieties
3 vases of perennials of distinct varieties
Floral arrangement suitable for hospital patient
4 varieties of flowers suitable for rock garden.
Separate containers
Adults Cooking
ALL EXHIBITS IN BY 9AM SATURDAY
Conditions and regulations:
Exhibitor’s name must be attached under plate/tray
All exhibits to be bona fide work of exhibitor
SAVOUY TEAROOMS CHALLENGE CUP, to be awarded
to exhibitor with most points in Adult Cooking
Entry fee: Members $1, non members $1.50
Prizes: 1st $2.50, 2nd $2, 3rd $1.50
1295
Chocolate cake, plain icing . Special prize for
best entry by a male exhibitor
1296
3 oven scones
1297
3 muffins
1298
Carrot cake
1299
Decorated cake
1300
3 pieces shortbread
1301
3 pieces uniced cooked square
1302
3 Belgium biscuits
1303
Fruit cake
1304
Fruit or Nut Loaf
1305
3 cupcakes, decorated
1306
3 truffles
1307
3 pikelets
1308
6 hen eggs, brown or tinted
1309
Jar of raspberry jam
1310
Jar of marmalade
1311
Any other jam not in schedule
1312
A jar of pickle
1313` A jar of relish
School and Children’s Section
Ann & Alister Wilson Challenge Trophy for best school
participation
SCHOOL ENTRIES MUST BE MADE on a special entry
form and posted with payment to the Secretary Katrina
Kelly, 125 Devils Bridge Rd, RD1D, Oamaru 9492
Violet Mercer Cup awarded for most points in children's
classes
Special rosettes will be given to the child with the most points
in each section.
All exhibits to be the bona fide work of exhibitor.
All exhibits to be at the Waimate Showgrounds by 4pm Friday
st
21 November at the Home Industry Shed, Waimate
Showgrounds
Name and age of entrant and school must be shown either
underneath or on back of exhibit.
Please don’t mount any artwork.
Entry fee: 50c all classes. Prizes (unless stated) 1st $5, 2nd
$3, 3rd $2
Special prize for best entrant across the following 5 classes:
1423 – Decorated Cup Cake
1425 – Biscuits
1437-1440 – Vegetable Creature
1409– Item of craft
1352-1355– A Living Thing
st
nd
rd
Prize Money 1 $30, 2 , $20 and 3 $10
Any enquires from schools, please phone Emma Barker (03)
6897438, 021375568, or email
[email protected]
Art & Craft
Special Prizes: for best entrant in Classes 1350-1353 –
1st $30; 2nd $20; 3rd $10.
All exhibits to be the bona fide work of exhibitor.
Paintings no bigger than A4
Earlychildhood/Pre School Classes
1350
Painting – any subject – created by children
under 5 years of age
1351
Piece of Art any other medium – created by
children under 5 years of age
Primary School Classes
1352
Painting; A Living Thing, No bigger than A3 size
Years 0, 1 & 2
1353
Painting; A Living Thing, No bigger than A3 size
Years 3&4
1354
Painting; A Living Thing, No bigger than A3 size,
Years 5&6
1355
Painting; A Living Thing, No bigger than A3 size,
Years 7&8
1356
Painting; Landscape –No bigger than A3 size,
years 0, 1 & 2
1357
Painting; Landscape, - No bigger than A3 size
Years 3, 4 & 5
1358
Painting; Landscape –No bigger than A3 size,
Years 6, 7 & 8
1359
Handmade Xmas Card, years 0, 1 & 2
1360
Handmade Xmas Card, years 3 & 4
1361
Handmade Xmas Card, years 5 & 6
1362
Handmade Xmas Card, years 7 & 8
1363
Pencil or ink sketch work - Any other subject 1364
1365
1366
1367
1368
1369
1370
1371
1372
No bigger than A3 size, Years 0-4
Pencil or ink sketch work - Any other subject –
No bigger than A3 size, Years 5-8
Pencil or ink sketch work - Portrait –No bigger
than A3 size years 1, 2,3
Pencil or ink sketch - Portrait – No bigger than
A3 size, Years 4, 5 & 6
Colour Piece (could be pastel, crayon, pencil,
chalk) Any subject – No bigger than A3 size.
Years 0-4
Colour Piece (could be pastel, crayon, pencil,
chalk) Any subject – No bigger than A3 size.
Year 5-8
Graphic Design - Design a Poster for 2015 A & P
- Years 0, 1, 2 & 3
Graphic Design - Design a Poster for 2015 A &
Years 4, 5 & 6. Can use any medium, digital
entries welcome.
The winning posters will be used to advertise
the 2015 A&P show
3D Sculpture - Years 0 - 4
3D Sculpture - Years 5 – 8
We have the ability to hang items and would
encourage this option
Handwriting
1378
1379
1380
1381
1382
1383
1384
Printing; 5 lines of unlinked script, years 1 & 2
Printing; 5 lines of unlinked script, years 3 & 4
Printing; 5 lines of unlinked script, years 5 & 6
Printing; 5 lines of unlinked script, years 7 & 8
Handwriting; 5 lines of linked script, years 3 & 4
Handwriting; 5 lines of linked script, years 5 & 6
Handwriting; 5 lines of linked script, years 7 & 8
School Photography
Early Childhood/Pre School Classes
1390
Photograph – Any subject – by children under 5
years of age
Primary School Classes
1391
Photograph - Any Subject - Years 0 - 4
1392
Photograph - Any Subject - Years 5 – 8
Secondary School Students are encouraged to enter
photography in classes 1245 – 1259
Hobby
A Scarecrow (any size) – any age and be a
school or group entry
Early Childhood/Pres School Classes
1401
An animal made from lay dough – by children
under 5 years of age
Primary School Classes
1402
Lego Creation – no larger than 40cmx40cm in
size Years 0-3
1403
Lego Creation – no larger than 40cmx40cm in
size, Years 4 - 6
1404
Lego Creation – no larger than 40cmx40cm in
size, Years 7 & 8
1405
Jewellery; necklace, any medium excluding food
or seeds - Years 0 - 4 years
1406
Jewellery; necklace, any medium excluding food
or seeds - Years 4 - 8
1407
A page of scrapbooking - Years 0 - 4
1408
A page of scrapbooking - Years 4 - 8
1409
Any other article or craft, year 4 and up
1400
Pupils Cooking
All exhibits to be bona fide work of exhibitor
Special Prizes: for best entrants in Classes 1423 & 1425 –
st
nd
rd
1 $30; 2 $20; 3 $10.
1422 3 muffins any variety (12 years and under)
1423 3 decorated cupcakes (12 years and under)
1424 Iced chocolate cake - no decoration 12 years and
under
1425 3 Chocolate Chippie biscuits - 12 years and under
1426 4 decorated wine biscuits- must be edible- by child
under 7 years
1427 4 decorated wine biscuits - must be edible – 7-12
years of age
1428 6 eggs, brown or tinted - 12 years and under.
Childrens Floral
Special Prizes: for best entrant in Classes 1437-1440 – 1st
nd
rd
$30; 2 $20; 3 $10.
Early childhood/Pre School Classes
1436
Creature made from vegetable, fruit and/or
berries – by children under 5 years of age
Primary School Classes
1437
Creature made from vegetable, fruit and/or
berries, years 0 - 2
1438
Creature made from vegetable, fruit and/or
berries, years 3 - 4
1439
Creature made from vegetable, fruit and/or
berries, years 5 & 6
1440
Creature made from vegetable, fruit and/or
berries - Years 7 & 8
1441
Buttonhole for male - 12 and under
1442
Ladies spray - 12 and under
1443
Miniature garden on a foam or meat tray –
approx. 200mm x 250mm - years 0-4
1444
Miniature garden on a foam or meat tray –
approx. 200mm x 250mm - years 5 – 8
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