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BEEF CATTLE and LED STEERS 7-15 September 2012

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ARRIVAL TIMES

Stud Cattle From 8.00 am on Tuesday 4 September to 8.00 am on Wednesday 5 September From 1.00 pm on Wednesday 5 September to 8.00 am on Thursday 6 September All cattle must be on the Showground by 8.00 am on Thursday 6 September Led Steers Led Steers to arrive between 5.00 pm on Tuesday 11 September and 8.00 am on Wednesday 12 September. DEPARTURE TIMES From 2.00 pm on Monday 10 September - departure of interstate cattle on a distance based roster (cattle in the Woolworths Pavilion will be permitted to depart first) From 8.00 pm on Monday 10 September – departure of remaining cattle (on a distance based roster) excluding SA Feature Breed cattle By 8.00 am on Tuesday 11 September – exit of remaining cattle, excluding SA Feature Breed Cattle. From 2.00 pm on Saturday 15 September – exit of Feature Breed cattle These times must be strictly adhered to (unless prior permission is granted by the Society). ENTRY/EXIT GATE All cattle and led steers must enter and exit via Leader Street. INSPECTION & WEIGHING OF CATTLE An inspection of all cattle exhibits on Thursday 6 September from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm. WEIGHING & SCANNING OF LED STEERS All Led Steers will be scanned and weighed at 9.00 am on Wednesday 12 September. Judging

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Thursday 6 September 11.00 am................................................Inspection and weighing of cattle Friday 7 September 9.30 am .................................................Shorthorn................................................................................................................. Poll Hereford followed by.................................................................................................................................................................................... Charolais 1.30 pm..................................................Santa Gertrudis............................................................................................................. Simmental followed by.............................................Limousin Beef Shorthorn, Braunvieh, Braford, South Devon and Blonde d’Aquitaine will be programmed once entries have closed. Saturday 8 September 9.30 am..................................................Angus........................................................................................................................Murray Grey followed by.............................................Red Angus....................................................................................................................... Red Poll 3.00 pm..................................................Grand Parade............................................................................................................Grand Parade Australian Lowline, Belted Galloway Dexter, Highland, Square Meater and Welsh Black will be programmed once entries have closed. Sunday 9 September 9.30 am .................................................State Junior Paraders’ Competition 12.00 noon.............................................Judges Luncheon 3.00 pm..................................................Champion Interbreed Sire’s Progeny followed by.............................................All Breed Junior Champion Pair followed by ............................................All Breed Grand Champion Pair 6.15 pm..................................................Grand Parade Monday 10 September 9.00 am..................................................Herdspersons’ Competition 12.00 noon.............................................State Young Judges Beef Cattle Judging Championship Tuesday 11 September 12.00 noon.............................................Grand Parade (Feature Breed only) Wednesday 12 September 9.30 am.................................................. Weighing and Scanning of Led Steers 12.00 noon.............................................Led Steer Education Programme 3.00 pm..................................................Grand Parade (School Steers only) Thursday 13 September 9.00 am..................................................Led Steer Judging—On Hoof (on the Beef Cattle Judging Lawn) Saturday 14 September 8.00 am .................................................Led Steer Judging—On Hook (at T & R Pastoral) 6.30 pm..................................................Presentation of Led Steer Awards (in Goyder Mezzanine) This timetable is subject to change without notice A fine of $275 per head will be imposed for unauthorised departure of cattle


BEEF CATTLE and LED STEER CLASSES CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES FRIDAY 15 JUNE 2012 at 5.00 pm

CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES

The following conditions will strictly apply: • All entry forms, whether lodged in person or sent by post, or completed on-line must be in the Society’s possession at its Administration Office by 5.00 pm on Friday 15 June 2012. • Postal entry forms and fees will be accepted up to and including entries postmarked on or before the official closing date. • A late entry option is offered under the following conditions: • Received or postmarked within 7 days of the official closing date and an additional fee equivalent to three times the standard entry fee per class is to be paid. • When sending entry forms and fees by post, the onus is on the the exhibitor to ensure adequate delivery time. • Entry forms by facsimile are strictly forbidden and will be destroyed. • If you require formal acknowledgement that your entry has been received, please include a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your entry form. • Absolutely no exception to the above conditions will be made to any exhibitor under any circumstance.

ON LINE ENTRIES

Entries for the Beef Cattle and Led Steer sections can be submitted online in 2012. Please go to www.theshow.com.au for further information.

SUPPLEMENTARY ENTRIES

Supplementary entries will be accepted (from current exhibitors only) on payment of a $198 (inc GST) fee per entry provided the entry is lodged with the Society by 5.00pm on Friday 13 July 2012. The late entry option is not available for supplementary entries

MEMBERSHIP

Exhibitors must be members of the Society. Schools need not be members when entering in Led Steer classes only. Membership fees: Adults $140, Juniors (under 18) as at 1 January 2012, $48.

Enquiries: Telephone 8210 5211 or email info@adelaideshowground.com.au

ENTRY FEES – STUD CATTLE

Exhibitors will be required to book and pay for an exhibit space at the following rate: $66 per space (includes GST) Led Steers - refer to page 31 Note: The above rate covers class and group entry fees and bedding fee. Entries in group classes must be made at time of entry. An exhibitor may, for the cost of $66, book an extra space up to ten days prior to the first day of the Royal Adelaide Show, provided the animal which fills that space is named on the original entry form. Make cheques payable to RA&HS and send with completed entry forms to: RA&HS - Beef Cattle Section, PO Box 40, GOODWOOD SA 5034

SPECIAL REGULATIONS

Exhibitors are reminded that the Society’s General Regulations apply to all sections of the Show and that the Special Regulations hereunder set out, which apply to this section only, are merely supplementary to and subject to the Regulations. A copy of the General Regulations may be obtained from the Society’s website at www. adelaideshowground.com.au or a copy may be obtained upon request from the Society’s Administration Office.

ENTRY DETAILS

The main emphasis of entries is the number of spaces required. Exhibitors are liable to a fine for spaces booked but not occupied. It is therefore suggested that more animals are entered than spaces booked to allow for late injuries or sickness etc. Exhibitors may nominate entries for a number of animals not exceeding 150% of the spaces booked. Details of all animals entered and class numbers must be shown on the entry form. All entries are subject to approval by individual breed societies that all exhibit details are correct.

YOUR PRIVACY

If you do not want your details to be made available to other parties, please tick the box on the entry form supplied by the RA&HS . Your personal information will then only be used by the RA&HS to maintain contact with you and allow us to manage your entries. The RA&HS reserves the right to inform prize sponsors of the details of recipients to enable distribution of their voucher/product prizes. Please note: by ticking the box to suppress your details, your name will appear in the Catalogue (if applicable) but your address will not.


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PRIZES

Prizes in each class (unless otherwise specified) will be: First, $25 and Ribbon; second, $10 and Ribbon; third, Ribbon In addition, prize ribbons will be awarded in accordance with the following table: 7 to 10 exhibits - 4th ribbon 11 to 15 exhibits - 5th ribbon 16 to 20 exhibits - 7th ribbon

RA&HS SASHES

Will be awarded to all Champions Reserve Champions Sires Progeny Breeders Group Winners Most Successful Exhibitors Champions will be selected from first prize winners and Reserve Champions from remaining first prize winners and from the second prize winner in the class that supplied the Champion. Junior Champions will be selected from the under 20 months classes and Senior Champions from the 20 months and over classes.

PAYMENT OF PRIZE MONEY

EFT is a more efficient form of payment of prize money. Exhibitors are requested to nominate bank account details on the space provided on the entry form to facilitate prompt payment of prize money. Exhibitors who do not nominate a bank account may be paid by cheque by indicating on the entry form. Please note – payment by cheque will be made after EFT payments are processed. Please note that cheques will be made out in the name of the exhibitor. If you do not have an account in the name you have entered under, you will need to be paid via EFT. To assist the Society, would you please ensure cheques are deposited promptly into a bank account. Replacement prize cheques will be issued up to 31 December 2012, however a fee of $10 may be charged. If the cheque to be replaced is not returned then an additional fee will be charged to cover the cost of cancellation. Any concerns regarding prize money must be raised with the Society by 31 December.

PRIZE MONEY AND GST

Prize money as stated in the Prize Schedule does not include GST. The prize money which we pay to successful exhibitors depends on information provided to us. If you confirm that you are GST registered and provide your Australian Business Number (ABN), we will pay the appropriate prize money plus 10% GST.

We will provide you with a Recipient Created Tax Invoice which you will need to submit to the Australian Taxation Office. In entering the competition, you acknowledge your agreement to the following: • You will not issue a tax invoice to the RA&HS in respect to prize money received • You will notify the RA&HS if you cease to be registered for GST. If you provide your Australian Business Number but are not registered for GST, we will pay the prize money as detailed in the Prize Schedule without reference to the GST. If you confirm you are entering as part of a private recreational pursuit or hobby, we will pay the prize money as detailed in the Prize Schedule without reference to GST.

IMPORTANT

It is important that you either: • Confirm you are entering as part of a private recreational pursuit or hobby, or • Confirm you are entering as a GST registered business and supply your ABN Failure to do either of the above will cause the RA&HS to withhold 48.5% of your prize money in accordance with Australian tax legislation. The RA&HS is not a tax consultant and therefore assumes no liability for actions taken as a result of these guidelines. In any instances where an entrant or sponsor is uncertain of the tax implications of their involvement, they should consult their own accountant or tax advisor.

TUBERCULOSIS REQUIREMENTS

No testing is required for cattle from monitored negative (MN), tested negative (TN) and confirmed free (CF) herds. Interstate cattle must meet Form I Health Certificate requirements and be only from MN, TN or CF herds.

ENZOOTIC BOVINE LEUCOSIS (EBL)

If the herd status for EBL is infected or provisionally clear, all animals entered must be tested negative within 90 days of the opening of the Show. Documentation of negative results must be submitted to the Society at least 14 days before commencement of the Show.

JOHNES DISEASE

The minimum status requirement for entry is MN1 unless cattle are from a BJD Free or Protected Zone or Beef Only. Exhibitors must complete the “ Beef Cattle Herd Health Status Declaration for Shows and Sales “ and return with entry form/s , please note that this form requires endorsement by an Inspector or your Veterinarian.Interstate exhibitors are also need to complete a SA Form 1 Health Certificate which can be obtained by contacting your local DPI office.


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Questions about eligibility or obtaining forms may be directed to Amelia Bartlett, PIRSA Animal Health Officer on 08 8535 6405. A Beef Cattle Herd Health Status Declaration for Shows and Sales form may be obtained on the internet at www.animalhealthaustralia.com.au/jd 1.

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RINGWORM

Any animal found infected with ringworm prior to the Royal Show can still be brought to the Showground provided that a veterinary certificate is produced on arrival stating that the veterinarian has seen the animal treated and/or washed in the last 4 days with an appropriate fungicide. That further washings take place not more than 4 days apart while on the Showground and in the presence of the duty veterinarian. Cattle found infected for the first time while on the Showground - invoke Rule 2. That Breed Societies inspectors reserve the right to ban any animals from the judging ring if an attack is so bad that, in their opinion, the showing of that animal is likely to detract from the spectacle of the Show ring.

HORMONE GROWTH PROMOTANT

The use of hormone growth promotants in Beef Cattle classes is prohibited.

INTERSTATE STOCK CLEARANCES

Interstate exhibitors need to complete a SA Form 1 that travels with the cattle and must be presented when the cattle are unloaded. The SA Form 1 can be downloaded from: www.pirsa. gov.au/biosecuritysa/animalhealth/movement_ of_livestock/health_certificates or obtained from Amelia Bartlett, PIRSA Animal Health Officer on 08 8535 6405.

NLIS REQUIREMENTS - ALL EXHIBITORS

All cattle must be NLIS compliant. This means all animals must be tagged with an approved NLIS eartag (including calves at foot). PIRSA will notify the NLIS database of all movements onto the Showground on behalf of exhibitors.

PENALTY FOR NON EXHIBITION OF ANIMALS

Exhibitors shall not bring onto the Royal Adelaide Showground, any more animals than spaces booked. The committee reserves the right to impose a fine of $50 per space not occupied by an exhibit.

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SUBMISSION OF ENTRIES

The Society will accept only those entries which are registered at the time of entry and for which the following is detailed on the entry form: 1. CLASS NUMBER 2. NAME OF ANIMAL 3. HERD BOOK NUMBER 4. TATTOO NUMBER 5. DATE OF BIRTH 6. NAME OF SIRE AND DAM 7. NAME OF BREEDER 8. PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION CODE All exhibits will be catalogued in age order. Animals may not compete in more than one class other than group classes or those classes stating animals are to be drawn from general classes. Animals are ineligible to compete in any group class unless they are entered in the general classes. Only cattle which are entered as exhibits will be permitted to enter the Showground. Animals must not have been exposed to any communicable/notifiable disease/s within 14 days prior to the show.

COMPULSORY REGISTRATION OF STOCK

Cattle entered for competition (with the exception of led steers) must be registered in an appropriate Stud Book in accordance with the appropriate breed society regulations and all exhibits must be pure bred. “Pending� Registrations will not be accepted. Exhibitors must make Registration Certificates available to Breed inspectors if requested. Please ensure all information on entry forms is correct at time of entry as transfers are not permitted after the closing date of entries.

OWNERSHIP

All exhibits must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor, or held by the exhibitor under a written and recorded lease, at time of entry.

IDENTIFICATION OF EXHIBITS

When parading before the Judge, all animals, whether in single, group, or pair classes, shall carry a numbered neck card corresponding with the number allotted in the catalogue. In addition, the lead animal in the group pair shall carry a numbered neck card corresponding with the number allotted the group or pair in the catalogue.

STOCK TRUCK PARKING

An area is available at the Morphettville Racecourse for the parking of stock trucks during the Royal Adelaide Show. For further information, please contact Tara Weygood on (08) 8210 5211 or email tweygood@adelaideshowground.com.au


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FIRE PRECAUTIONS

Precautions will be taken to guard against fire, and to protect the property at the Show, but exhibits will not be insured at the cost of the Society. Smoking is strictly prohibited in all livestock pavilions and lockers. No exhibitor or other person shall remove, or displace, or interfere in any way with, or use for any purpose other than the prevention of fire, any article or appliance provided for use in the case of an outbreak of fire upon the Showground, nor shall any exhibitor or other person remove or alter, or add to, or interfere in any way with any fixture, fitting, article, appliance or thing owned by the Society, or used in such fixture, fitting, article, appliance or thing for any purpose other than for which it is intended by the Society to be used. The consumption of intoxicating liquor in all pavilions, halls and attendants’ lockers is forbidden.

PARADES

All exhibitors must parade 50% of their team, to a maximum of three animals per exhibitor. To avoid serious injury, exhibits participating in a parade must be handled and/or controlled by a competent handler.

EXHIBITS

Cattle shall not be rugged during the time the Show is open to the public. Cattle which are not thoroughly tractable will not be permitted to remain on the Showground. Only animals entered for competition may be brought onto the Showground. Should there be any reason to suspect that any exhibit is either diseased or dangerous, or not of acceptable Show standard, the Society reserves the right of refusing its admittance to or removing the same from the Showground at the exhibitor’s expense. • All bulls must be nose rung. • All female exhibits must be paraded with nose clips. • All exhibits must be secured with both neck rope and halter.

TINTING AND/OR COLOURING OF COAT

If in the opinion of the committee the coat of any exhibit has been tinted and/or coloured by the use of stains and/or adhesives, such exhibit shall be deemed to be ineligible for exhibition at the Show.

CALVES AT FOOT

All cows 30 months and over must either have a calf at foot or the exhibitor must produce a Veterinary Certificate stating that the cow is in calf. This certificate must be produced to the breed inspectors at inspection time. Exhibitors with a cow which has a calf at foot must give the date of birth of the calf on the entry form. Maximum age of calves to be eight months old as at 1 September of the current year. Born on or after 1 January of the current year. Calves must be tattooed and be the progeny of the cow entered for competition. Calves must be able to be registered with the relevant breed society/association. Calves must be tethered at all times.

INSPECTION OF CATTLE

An inspection will be made of cattle for identification tattoo and/or NLIS tag no., breed type, conformation.An animal entered in any class for an age of under 18 months shall be ineligible for competition in any such class if at the time of inspection of exhibits it has or shows evidence of having had a permanent tooth. A tooth which has erupted from the gum in whole or part shall be deemed to be a permanent tooth. Animals in classes under 24 months must not show more than four permanent teeth. Animals in all classes under 24 months will be mouthed.An attendant must be present to supply any information required by the inspectors. Any exhibit not complying with the above regulations may need to be removed from the Showground within 12 hours of notification being given to the exhibitor.

SCANNOGRAMMING OF BULLS

All bulls will be scanned for muscle and fat and weighed at the 2012 Royal Adelaide Show. This information will be displayed on the exhibit’s neck card.

STALL CLEANING

Exhibitors will, to the satisfaction of the Society: 1. Keep the area allotted to them and their animals in a clean and proper condition throughout the Show. 2. Clean their area regularly. Refuse must be deposited in the manure bins provided. 3. Manure must not be deposited in the alleyways or general purpose rubbish bins. 4. General purpose rubbish must not be deposited in manure bins. 5. To assist in the transfer of manure to the bins provided, please bring own wheelbarrow or bucket.


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FEED LOFT ACCESS

Ladders are to be used for access at all times. • The ladders should be braced/supported. • Exhibitors are only permitted to access lofts when retrieving feed. • There is to be NO walking, loitering or sitting on the feed lofts. These guidelines will be strictly enforced.

EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE

The preparation of food and/or hot beverages is strictly prohibited in the Cattle Pavilions. Please use the kitchen facilities supplied (RA&HS Work Health & Safety Committee) 1. 2.

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BEDDING

A 90% sawdust/10% sand mixture will be the only bedding for Beef Cattle on the Showground. Each exhibitor (including Led Steer exhibitors) will be allocated two bags per three spaces booked. Feature Breed exhibitors will be allocated one bag per one spaced booked. Additional sawdust can be purchased from the fodder store. Exhibitors are advised that, if rubber matting is required, the House of Lindner (08) 8262 5118 and Paramount Browns (08) 8260 6333 are the suppliers. If bedding boards are required, exhibitors are to supply their own.

EXERCISE AREA

Exhibitors must exercise their exhibits in the area which has been allotted for this purpose. Exercising of animals in other areas will be prohibited.

DOGS NOT ALLOWED

Dogs will not be permitted in the Beef Cattle area.

SAWDUST OR SHAVINGS BEDDING FOR CATTLE – PRINCIPLES FOR GOOD MANAGEMENT

To achieve the best results from bedding cattle on sawdust or shavings, the following system of management is recommended: • Pick up manure at every opportunity. • Place hay in feeders and avoid feeding excessive amounts. • Avoid water spillage in stalls. • Regularly smooth out the bed with the aim of assisting drying. • Consider using rubber matting for front half of bed. • Do not dig out the wet patches. • Do not disturb the bedding base. • Keep the top of the bed loose. • 100 mm borders are an advantage in managing the bed.

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Experience has shown that a properly managed bed will last a full Show with little need for top up bedding, particularly with some classes of livestock. Note: Use of bedding straw is not permitted in any cattle pavilions.

FODDER

The Royal Adelaide Show Fodder Store is run by Keelan Grain and Fodder. Orders can be placed with them on site or by phone on (08) 8362 4178. Please note that no deliveries by vehicle can be made after 8.30 am. daily, so ordering the day before is preferred. Supplies must be hand trucked at other times. Exhibitors may bring and store in the stock pavilions their basic fodder requirements. Any exhibitor who, in the opinion of the committee, has more fodder than is considered necessary will be required to remove the excess from the Showground. Exhibitors must not solicit orders for fodder on the Showground.

WASHING OF STOCK

Exhibitors are requested to supply their own length of hose with standard diameter thread size fittings. Washing of stock is permitted in designated area/s only. The use of power equipment is banned in the washbay area. The use of power pressure washers is also banned. Please find below suggestions to assist with water conservation: • All water hoses to have on/off taps. • Where possible, it is preferable that cattle are groomed rather than washed. • Feed cattle appropriately prior to transport (ie) cease giving water at least 12 hours prior to transport and feed on dry feed only.

CATTLE PRODDERS

Cattle prodders will not be permitted at the Royal Adelaide Show.

SICK OR DISEASED ANIMALS

If, in the opinion of a qualified veterinary surgeon appointed by the Society, an animal on the Showground shall be so injured or be so affected by sickness, disease or other ailment as to warrant its destruction or its removal from the Showground as the case may be the Society shall be entitled to have the animal destroyed and/or require the animal to be forthwith removed from the Showground and the exhibitor, upon receipt of such notice, shall forthwith remove such animal and failing such removal by them within the time prescribed by the Society, by written notice to the exhibitor or his representative on


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the Showground, the Society may remove the animal or cause the animal to be removed and all costs and expenses of removal shall be borne by the exhibitor, and shall be refunded to the Society. Each such animal shall at all times be the sole risk and responsibility of the exhibitor and the person or persons removing the animal shall at all times be deemed to be the agents of the exhibitor and all acts and omissions on the part of such person or persons shall be deemed to be the acts and omissions of the exhibitor who shall indemnify and hold indemnified the Society, its servants and agents from all claims whatsoever in respect of the animal whether by reason of any loss or injury to or caused by the animal or because of transportation, feeding or housing or otherwise howsoever. The pavilion supervisor must be advised immediately of any sick or diseased animals attended to by any Veterinary Surgeon. All veterinary expenses incurred during the Royal Adelaide Show are the sole responsibility of the exhibitor.

TREATMENT REPORT FORMS

Treatment Report Forms (available from the Beef Cattle Supervisor’s Office) must be completed for any animals which are attended to and/or receive treatment from a Veterinary Surgeon. Once completed by the attending Veterinary Surgeon, the Treatment Report Form must be lodged with the Beef Cattle Supervisor immediately.

DUST COATS

Exhibitors and/or attendants shall wear an approved Breed Uniform (provided that the Breed Society has sanctioned the uniform), permission has been granted by the Society and all leaders wear the same uniform.

USE OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

The use of electrical appliances other than hairdryers and clippers is strictly prohibited.

EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE:

Prize Schedules and Entry Forms are available to download from our website. Also during Royal Adelaide Show you can access results the day after judging from our website at theshow.com.au

LOCKERS

A limited number of lockers are available on the Showground. The Society will, subject to availability, allocate lockers to exhibitors. Applications for lockers must be made out not later than 15 June 2012. Locker fee $66 (includes GST) per locker whether shared or not. Lockers will be allotted on the following basis: • Exhibitors with one to five spaces will be allotted a share locker. • Exhibitors with less than ten spaces can apply for one locker only. • Exhibitors with ten or more spaces can apply for two lockers only. Exhibitors of Led Steers may be allotted a locker subject to availability. Led Steer exhibitors may be required to share a locker. The use of cooking or heating apparatus in lockers is strictly prohibited. The consumption of intoxicating liquor in lockers is forbidden. Unauthorised person/s found occupying lockers will be fined $66 and in addition lose their locker privileges for the following Royal Adelaide Show – By order of the committee. Stud breeders (other than Feature Breed exhibitors) requiring a locker for the Led Steer competition (ie from Tuesday 11 September) must pay an additional $66 and complete a Led Steer Locker Request form. Exhibitors are not permitted to change or move lockers unless consent is granted by the Beef Cattle Supervisor The storage of equipment, feed etc between the Heifer Expo and the Royal Adelaide Show will not be permitted.

BREED SIGNS

Breed Societies will be permitted to display breed signs provided that the measurements do not exceed 2000 mm x 1500 mm.

EXHIBIT CARDS

No exhibitor shall display any prize card, exhibit card, or ribbon on their animal or pen other than those issued or approved of by the Society for the current Show. The exhibit cards may show the name of the breeder and the exhibitor. The registered stud name and address may also be shown. Exhibitors may also use breed society/association cards provided they do not exceed a width of 500 mm and a depth of 250 mm.

Animals must not have been exposed to any communicable/notifiable disease/s within 14 days prior to the show.


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STUD IDENTIFICATION

Each exhibitor is permitted to display one sign 1200 mm long x 600 mm deep in size provided that such sign carries only the Stud name, address and contact details.

CATTLE FEEDERS

Beef Cattle Exhibitors are requested to supply their own cattle feeders at the 2012 Royal Adelaide Show.

CLIPPING CHUTES

Clipping chutes will be permitted (in a designated area) on the Showground during the Royal Adelaide Show provided an application for approval and a $250 fee per chute accompanies entries.

EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE

Feeding of animals will not be permitted outside the Cattle Pavilions at any time. Animals must not be tethered in unauthorised areas.

SHED/BREED CAPTAINS

Shed/breed captains are responsible for notifying the Beef Cattle Supervisor if safety barriers are required during judging: “closed for Judging” signs are needed and to ensure a good representation of the breed participates in Grand Parades.

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AGES OF CATTLE

The table below shows the dates on or between which animals must be born to compete in the respective age classes. 10 MONTHS AND UNDER 12 MONTHS (1/9/2011- 31/10/2011) 10 MONTHS AND UNDER 14 MONTHS (1/7/201 - 31/10/2011) 10 MONTHS AND UNDER 16 MONTHS (1/5/2011- 31/10/2011) 10 MONTHS AND UNDER 20 MONTHS (1/1/2011- 31/10/2011) 12 MONTHS AND UNDER 14 MONTHS (1/7/2011- 31/8/2011) 14 MONTHS AND UNDER 16 MONTHS (1/5/2011 - 30/6/2011) 16 MONTHS AND UNDER 18 MONTHS (1/3/201 - 30/4/2011) 16 MONTHS AND UNDER 20 MONTHS (1/1/2011- 30/4/2011) 18 MONTHS AND UNDER 20 MONTHS (1/1/2011 - 28/2/2011) 20 MONTHS AND UNDER 24 MONTHS (1/9/2010- 31/12/2010) 20 MONTHS AND UNDER 30 MONTHS (1/3/2010- 31/12/2010) 20 MONTHS AND OVER (before 1/1/2010) 24 MONTHS AND UNDER 30 MONTHS (1/3/2010- 31/8/2010) 30 MONTHS AND OVER (before 1/3/2010)

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR AWARDS INDIVIDUAL BREEDS

Points to be allotted as follows: First, 5 points; second, 3 points; third, 1 point. In the event of a tie, 2 extra points for each Champion and 1 extra point for each Reserve Champion will be awarded. Points are awarded regardless of the number of entries in each class. Prizes obtained in special classes (including Led Steer classes) other than Breeders' Group, do not count in determining the aggregate. Results will be calculated by the RA&HS Royal Show Division. EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE Prize Schedules and Entry Forms are available to download from our website. Also during Royal Adelaide Show you can access results the day after judging from our website at www.adelaideshowground.com.au


BEEF CATTLE SUNDAY, 9 SEPTEMBER Cattle entered in this section must be registered in the Herd Book for its breed. Animals under 12 months must be recorded in the appropriate Calf Rolls. Animals paraded for interbreed judging must wear class neck card and award ribbons

INTERBREED AWARDS THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE for CHAMPION INTERBREED SIRE'S PROGENY To be selected from the winners of the Sire's Progeny Group classes in each breed. • $500 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION INTERBREED SIRE'S PROGENY • $100 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd THE STOCK JOURNAL PUBLISHERS PRIZE for ALL BREED JUNIOR CHAMPION PAIR, MALE AND FEMALE Overall Breed Champions if under 20 months of age in Bull and Female classes are eligible to compete in the Junior Champion Pair Competition. • $500 sponsored by Stock Journal Publishers Pty Ltd THE PRINCESS ROYAL PRIZE for ALL BREED GRAND CHAMPION PAIR, MALE AND FEMALE To be judged as a breed pair. • First prize $2600, Trophy (value $200), Trophy (value $200) sponsored by Gawler River Meat and Standom Smallgoods THE STOCK JOURNAL PUBLISHERS PTY LTD TROPHY for MOST SUCCESSFUL BEEF CATTLE EXHIBITOR Points to be allotted as follows: First, 5 points; second, 3 points; third, 1 point. In the event of a tie, 2 extra points for each Champion, and 1 extra point for each Reserve Champion.

Prizes obtained in special classes (excluding Led Steer classes) other than Breeders' Group, do not count in determining the aggregate. Points will not count in any class unless there are two or more exhibitors. Points will not count any class unless there are three or more exhibits. If an exhibitor has two breeds of cattle entered he shall be treated as two exhibitors in determining this award. The winner will be ineligible to win this award for the following two years. • $500, Trophy (value $180), Voucher (value $500), Perpetual Trophy (value $300) sponsored by Stock Journal Publishers Pty Ltd Voucher is a Stock Journal advertising voucher THE STOCK JOURNAL PUBLISHERS PRIZE for MOST SUCCESSFUL FEATURE BREED BEEF CATTLE EXHIBITOR Points to be allotted as follows: First, 5 points; second, 3 points; third, 1 point. In the event of a tie, 2 extra points for each Champion, and 1 extra point for each Reserve Champion. Prizes obtained in special classes (excluding Led Steer classes) other than Breeders' Group, do not count in determining the aggregate. Points will not count in any class unless there are two or more exhibitors. Points will not count any class unless there are three or more exhibits. If an exhibitor has two breeds of cattle entered he shall be treated as two exhibitors in determining this award. The winner will be ineligible to win this award for the following two years. • Advertising voucher (value $200) sponsored by Stock Journal Publishers Pty Ltd

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR AWARDS - INDIVIDUAL BREEDS Points to be allotted as follows: First, 5 points; second, 3 points; third, 1 point. In the event of a tie, 2 extra points for each Champion and 1 extra point for each Reserve Champion. Points are awarded regardless of the number of entries in each class. Prizes obtained in special classes (including Led Steer classes) other than Breeder’s Group, do not count in determining the aggregate. Results to be calculated by the RA&HS Administration Department.


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BEST BREED DISPLAY Breeds will be judged on their overall presentation including the standard of maintenance of the cattle and of the promotional material displayed.

ANGUS Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Angus Society of Australia before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. Class 1–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 2–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months. THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA MEDAL and THE WILLOWFIELDS ANGUS PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION ANGUS COW OR HEIFER • Medallion (value $60) sponsored by Angus Australia • $200 sponsored by Willowfields Angus Class 3–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 4–Cow, 30 months and over. THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA MEDAL and THE KINGARTH ANGUS PRIZE for SENIOR CHAMPION ANGUS COW •Medallion (value $60) sponsored by Angus Australia • $200 sponsored by Kingarth Angus THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA TARTAN SASH and THE COWLEYS ROSELEIGH ANGUS PRIZE & THE SA CHAIRMAN'S PRIZE and THE ELDERS PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION ANGUS FEMALE • Trophy (value $134) sponsored by Angus Australia. Tartan Sash • $250 sponsored by Cowley's Roseleigh Angus ($200) & Chairman, Angus Australia, SA committee ($50) • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Elders Limited

THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA MEDAL for Herdsman leading the Grand Champion Angus Female The herdsman to be nominated by the owner of the Champion. • Medallion (value $60) sponsored by Angus Australia Class 5–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 6–THE HAZELDEAN ANGUS PRIZE Bull, 16 months and under 20 months • $100 sponsored by Hazeldean Angus THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA MEDAL and THE ELDERS PRIZE and THE RABOBANK TROPHY for JUNIOR CHAMPION ANGUS BULL • $125 and Trophy (value $75) sponsored by Rabobank • Medallion (value $60) sponsored by Angus Australia • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Elders Limited Class 7–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 8–Bull, 30 months and over. THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA MEDAL and THE ELDERS PRIZE and THE FELLWOOD TROPHY for SENIOR CHAMPION ANGUS BULL • Medallion (value $60) sponsored by Angus Australia • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Elders Limited • $125 and Trophy (value $75) sponsored by Mr A Grieve


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THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA TARTAN SASH and THE LANDMARK PRIZE and THE STERITA PARK ANGUS PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION ANGUS BULL • Trophy (value $134) sponsored by Angus Australia. Tartan Sash • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Landmark • $250 sponsored by Sterita Park Angus THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA MEDAL for Herdsman leading the Grand Champion Angus Bull The herdsman to be nominated by the owner of the Champion. • Medallion (value $60) sponsored by Angus Australia Class 9–THE BULL OAK WELL PRIZE Two Bulls. Bred by the exhibitor. Any age. Not to be judged as a pair. • $100 sponsored by Bull Oak Well Angus

Class 10–THE COORONG ANGUS BEEF PRIZE Sire's Progeny Group To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on the entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • $100 sponsored by Richard Gunner Fine Meats Class 11–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 12–THE ALAN & RUTH COWLING MEMORIAL TROPHY Bull and Heifer. Bred by the exhibitor. Both animals to be under 18 months. Not to be judged as a pair. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Trophy (value $140.48) sponsored by the nieces and nephews of Alan and Ruth Cowling

AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of The Australian Lowline Cattle Association Inc, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. Class 13–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 14–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months. THE GLENLONNY LOWLINES TROPHY for JUNIOR CHAMPION AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE COW OR HEIFER • Trophy (value $50) sponsored by Glenlonny Lowlines Class 15–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 16–Cow, 30 months and over. THE HENSON PARK PRIZE for SENIOR CHAMPION AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE COW • $45.45 sponsored by Henson Park Lowlines

THE WAHROONGA WEST LOWLINES PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE FEMALE • $50 sponsored by Wahroonga West Lowlines Class 17–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 18–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months. THE YENOLOM TROPHY for JUNIOR CHAMPION AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE BULL • Trophy (value $50) sponsored by Yenolom Lowlines Class 19–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 20–Bull, 30 months and over. THE RIDGECRAFT LOWLINES TROPHY for SENIOR CHAMPION AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE BULL • Trophy (value $50) sponsored by Ridgecraft Lowlines


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THE KARLEE PARK LOWLINES PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE BULL • $50 sponsored by Karlee Park Lowlines

Class 22–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes.

THE SA LOWLINE PROMOTIONAL GROUP PRIZE for SUPREME CHAMPION AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE EXHIBIT • $50 sponsored by SA Lowline Promotional Group

The SA Lowline Promotional Group Prize for Most Successful Australian Lowline Exhibitor • Plaque (value $50) sponsored by SA Lowline Promotional Group

Class 21–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on the entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes.

BEEF SHORTHORN Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Beef Shorthorn Society of Australia before being eligible for exhibition and/ or gain an award. Class 23–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months Class 24–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months JUNIOR CHAMPION BEEF SHORTHORN COW OR HEIFER Class 25–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 26–Cow, 30 months and over SENIOR CHAMPION BEEF SHORTHORN FEMALE GRAND CHAMPION BEEF SHORTHORN FEMALE Class 27–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 28–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months JUNIOR CHAMPION BEEF SHORTHORN BULL

Class 29–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months Class 30–Bull, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION BEEF SHORTHORN BULL GRAND CHAMPION BEEF SHORTHORN BULL Class 31–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 32–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes.


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BELTED GALLOWAY Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Australian Belted Galloway Association Inc, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. Exhibits must be registered in the A Grade section of the Australian Belted Galloway Stud Book or registered in the Belted Galloway section of the Herd Book of the Galloway Cattle Society of Australia. Class 33–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 34–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months. JUNIOR CHAMPION BELTED GALLOWAY COW OR HEIFER Class 35–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months Class 36–Cow, 30 months and over SENIOR CHAMPION BELTED GALLOWAY COW AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION MEDALLION for GRAND CHAMPION BELTED GALLOWAY FEMALE • Medallion (value $15) sponsored by The Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc. and THE AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION TARTAN SASH • sponsored by Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION MEDALLION for Herdsman leading the Grand Champion Belted Galloway Female • Medallion (value $15) sponsored by Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc Class 37–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 38–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months JUNIOR CHAMPION BELTED GALLOWAY BULL

Class 39–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 40–Bull, 30 months and over SENIOR CHAMPION BELTED GALLOWAY BULL AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION MEDALLION for GRAND CHAMPION BELTED GALLOWAY BULL • Medallion (value $15) sponsored by The Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc. and THE AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION TARTAN SASH • Trophy sponsored by Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc Tartan Sash AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION MEDALLION for Herdsman leading the Grand Champion Belted Galloway Bull • Medallion (value $15) sponsored by Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc Class 41–Sire's Progeny Group To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on the entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 42–Breeders' Group To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION MEDALLION for MOST SUCCESSFUL BELTED GALLOWAY EXHIBITOR Points to be calculated from general classes and Breeders' Group only. • Medallion (value $15) sponsored by Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc


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BLONDE D'AQUITAINE Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of The Blonde d'Aquitaine Society of Australia and New Zealand before being eligible for exhibition and/or gain an award. Class 43–Cow, 10 months and under 16 months

JUNIOR CHAMPION BLONDE D'AQUITAINE BULL Class 49–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months Class 50–Bull, 30 months and over SENIOR CHAMPION BLONDE D'AQUITAINE BULL

Class 44–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months CHAMPION BLONDE D'AQUITAINE COW OR HEIFER Class 45–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months Class 46–Cow, 30 months and over SENIOR CHAMPION BLONDE D'AQUITAINE COW GRAND CHAMPION BLONDE D'AQUITAINE FEMALE Class 47–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months Class 48–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months

GRAND CHAMPION BLONDE D'AQUITAINE BULL Class 51–Sire's Progeny Group To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 52–Breeders' Group To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represened. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes.

CHAROLAIS Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of The Charolais Society of Australia, before being eligible for exhibition and/or gain an award. Class 53–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 14 months. Class 54–Cow or Heifer, 14 months and under 16 months Class 55–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months JUNIOR CHAMPION CHAROLAIS COW OR HEIFER RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION CHAROLAIS COW OR HEIFER Class 56–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 57–Cow, 30 months and over.

THE CGU INSURANCE TROPHY for SENIOR CHAMPION CHAROLAIS COW • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by CGU Insurance RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION CHAROLAIS COW GRAND CHAMPION CHAROLAIS FEMALE Class 58–Bull, 10 months and under 14 months. Class 59–Bull, 14 months and under 16 months Class 60–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months THE LG MATTEN PRIZE and THE ELDERS PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION CHAROLAIS BULL • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Mr Wayne Matten • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by Elders Limited


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RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION CHAROLAIS BULL Class 61–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 62–Bull, 30 months and over. THE AMBERLEY PRIZE for SENIOR CHAMPION CHAROLAIS BULL • $100 sponsored by Carol Heading, Meningie RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION CHAROLAIS BULL THE LANDMARK PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION CHAROLAIS BULL • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Landmark THE CHARDAIS YOUTH GROUP SA/NT PRIZE for SUPREME CHAMPION CHAROLAIS EXHIBIT • $200 sponsored by Chardais Youth Group SA/NT

Class 63–THE LG MATTEN PRIZE Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by Mr Wayne Matten Class 64–THE GATHBODHAN CATTLE TROPHY Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Perpetual (value $150) and Trophy (value $25) sponsored by Gathbodhan Stud In addition to the perpetual trophy, a replica trophy will be awarded annually. THE KADLUNGA PROPRIETORS TROPHY for MOST SUCCESSFUL CHAROLAIS EXHIBITOR Points to be calculated from general classes and Breeders' Group only. • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Kadlunga Proprietors

DEXTER Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Dexter Australia Cattle Inc before being eligible for exhibition and/or gain an award. Class 65–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months Class 66–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months JUNIOR CHAMPION DEXTER COW OR HEIFER Class 67–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 68–Cow, 30 months and over SENIOR CHAMPION DEXTER FEMALE GRAND CHAMPION DEXTER FEMALE Class 69–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 70–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months JUNIOR CHAMPION DEXTER BULL

Class 71–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months Class 72–Bull, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION DEXTER BULL GRAND CHAMPION DEXTER BULL Class 73–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 74–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes.


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HIGHLAND Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Highland Society of Australia, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. Class 75–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 76–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months. JUNIOR CHAMPION HIGHLAND COW OR HEIFER Class 77–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 78–Cow, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION HIGHLAND COW GRAND CHAMPION HIGHLAND FEMALE Class 79–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 80–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months. JUNIOR CHAMPION HIGHLAND BULL Class 81–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 82–Bull, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION HIGHLAND BULL

THE AUSTRALIAN HIGHLAND CATTLE SOCIETY TARTAN SASH for SUPREME CHAMPION HIGHLAND EXHIBIT • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by Australian Highland Cattle Society (Inc.) Class 83–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 84–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. THE GLENGROVE PERPETUAL TROPHY for MOST SUCCESSFUL HIGHLAND EXHIBITOR Points to be calculated from general classes and Breeders' Group only. • Medallion (value $30), Perpetual Trophy (value $125) sponsored by Glengrove Highlands In addition to the perpetual trophy, a medallion is awarded annually.

THE GATHBODHAN CATTLE TROPHY for GRAND CHAMPION HIGHLAND BULL • Trophy (value $25), Perpetual Trophy (value $150) sponsored by Gathbodhan Stud In addition to the perpetual trophy, a replica trophy will be awarded annually

LIMOUSIN Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Australian Limousin Breeders Group before being eligible for exhibition and/or gain an award. Class 85–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 86–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months.

JUNIOR CHAMPION LIMOUSIN COW OR HEIFER Class 87–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 88–Cow, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION LIMOUSIN COW


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THE CGU INSURANCE TROPHY for GRAND CHAMPION LIMOUSIN FEMALE •Trophy (value $75) sponsored by CGU Insurance Class 89–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 90–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months. JUNIOR CHAMPION LIMOUSIN BULL Class 91–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 92–Bull, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION LIMOUSIN BULL

THE AUSTRALIAN LIMOUSIN BREEDERS' SOCIETY - SA REGION PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION LIMOUSIN BULL • $100 sponsored by Australian Limousin Breeders' Society - SA Region Class 93–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 94–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes.

MURRAY GREY Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of The Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society, before being eligible for exhibition and/ or to gain an award. Class 95–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 14 months. Class 96–Cow or Heifer, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 97–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 98–Cow or Heifer, 18 months and under 20 months THE ELDERS PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION MURRAY GREY COW OR HEIFER • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Elders Limited THE KENTON TROPHY for RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION MURRAY GREY COW OR HEIFER • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by R A & S F Randell

THE BUKARTILLA BEEF TROPHY for SENIOR CHAMPION MURRAY GREY COW • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Bukartilla Beef THE BANKSIA RIDGE MURRAY GREYS TROPHY for RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION MURRAY GREY COW • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by P & C Coldrey THE BRECON BREEDERS PRIZE and THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY MEDALLION for GRAND CHAMPION MURRAY GREY FEMALE • Product (value $300) sponsored by Brecon Breeders •Medallion (value $70) sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited

Class 99–Cow, 20 months and under 24 months.

Class 102–THE KILMAINHAN TROPHY Pair of Females, any age Bred by exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by P Callahan and E Rushbrook

Class 100–Cow, 24 months and under 30 months.

Class 103–Bull, 10 months and under 14 months.

Class 101–Cow, 30 months and over.

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Class 105–Bull, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 106–Bull, 18 months and under 20 months THE ARKI TROPHY for JUNIOR CHAMPION MURRAY GREY BULL • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by Geoff and Kate Buick THE WAITARA PARK TROPHY for RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION MURRAY GREY BULL • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by N K & E H Wiltshire Class 107–Bull, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 108–Bull, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 109–Bull, 30 months and over. THE BOTTLESFORD TROPHY for SENIOR CHAMPION MURRAY GREY BULL • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by G, JR & D Koopman THE BEEAMMA TROPHY for RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION MURRAY GREY BULL • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by AM & DA Fabris THE CGU INSURANCE TROPHY and THE LANDMARK PRIZE and THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY MEDALLION for GRAND CHAMPION MURRAY GREY BULL • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Landmark • Medallion (value $70) sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by CGU Insurance

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THE WYONG TROPHY IN MEMORY OF THE LATE KEVIN FIEBIGER for SUPREME CHAMPION MURRAY GREY EXHIBIT • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by the Estate of the late Kevin Fiebiger Class 110–THE EYLWARRA SANDS TROPHY Two Bulls. Bred by exhibitor. Any age. Not to be judged as a pair. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Trophy (value $60) sponsored by N A & R G Eylward Class 111–THE BIG RIVER MURRAY GREY STUD PRIZE Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • $100 sponsored by Big River Murray Grey Stud Class 112–THE OAKLEY TROPHY Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. To be judged as a trio. Bred and wholly owned by exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Oakley Partners THE LG MATTEN PRIZE and THE TARLINA ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD and MURRAY GREY ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD for young Murray Grey exhibitors. • $75 sponsored by RW & RC Gregurke • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by Mr Wayne Matten THE SA MURRAY GREY BREED PROMOTION GROUP TROPHY for MOST SUCCESSFUL MURRAY GREY EXHIBITOR • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by SA Murray Grey Breed Promotion Group


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POLL HEREFORD Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of Herefords Australia, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. Classes are open to both Hereford and Poll Hereford animals. Class 113–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 14 months. Class 114–Cow or Heifer, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 115–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 116–Cow or Heifer, 18 months and under 20 months. THE ELDERS PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD COW OR HEIFER • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Elders Limited RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD COW OR HEIFER Class 117–Cow, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 118–Cow, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 119–Cow, 30 months and over. THE JOHN H ELLERS MEMORIAL TROPHY for SENIOR CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD COW • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Mrs Susan Ellers RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD COW THE NIOKA TROPHY for GRAND CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD FEMALE • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Mr David Davies Class 120–Bull, 10 months and under 14 months. Class 121–Bull, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 122–Bull, 16 months and under 18 months.

Class 123–Bull, 18 months and under 20 months. THE CGU INSURANCE TROPHY and THE ELDERS PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD BULL • Trophy (value $80) sponsored by CGU Insurance • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Elders Limited THE ELDERS PRIZE for RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD BULL • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Elders Limited Class 124–Bull, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 125–Bull, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 126–Bull, 30 months and over. THE CGU INSURANCE TROPHY for SENIOR CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD BULL • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by CGU Insurance RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD BULL THE 5TH BARTON-STEER FAMILY CHALLENGE TROPHY and THE LANDMARK PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD BULL • Trophy (value $500) sponsored by Cannawigra, Five Star and Warrensville, ‘Cannawigra’, Bordertown. This trophy will become the property of the first exhibitor to obtain three wins. • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Landmark


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Awards: No. 1 Trophy won by A E Day & Sons No. 2 Trophy won by L H & I M Bennett & Son No. 3 Trophy won by L H & I M Bennett & Son No. 4 Trophy won by F Borg 1993 - Margfred Park 1994 - W & C J Tarca 1995 - Heatherdale Pty Ltd 1996 - Doonbiddie Wonderview Pty Ltd 1997 - Doonbiddie LJS Pty Ltd 1998 - Ellers Pastoral Investments Pty Ltd 1999 - Ellers Pastoral Investments Pty Ltd 2000 - RF & TJ Willmott 2001 - M D & H C Berkeley 2002 - Nioka Poll Hereford Stud 2003 - Heatherdale Pty Ltd 2004 - A Honner 2005 - D & K Copping 2006 - Ebbeck Family Farms & Academy Cattle Co 2007 - A Honner 2008 - P W Scown & Sons 2009 - Kerlson Pines Pastoral 2010 - P W Scown & Sons 2011 - K Copping SUPREME CHAMPION POLL HEREFORD EXHIBIT

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Class 127–THE ALLEN E DAY MEMORIAL PRIZE Two Bulls. Bred by exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Allendale and Days Whiteface Class 128–THE HEATHERDALE TROPHY Pair, Bull and Female. To comprise two animals under 20 months. Not necessarily the same sire or dam. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Heatherdale Poll Herefords. Class 129–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 130–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. THE BENDULLA STUD TROPHY for MOST SUCCESSFUL POLL HEREFORD EXHIBITOR Points to be calculated from general classes and Breeders' Group only. • Trophy (value $120) sponsored by Bendulla Poll Hereford Stud


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RED ANGUS Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of The Red Angus Society of Australia, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. Class 131–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 14 months. Class 132–Cow or Heifer, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 133–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 134–Cow or Heifer, 18 months and under 20 months JUNIOR CHAMPION RED ANGUS COW OR HEIFER RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION RED ANGUS COW OR HEIFER Class 135–Cow, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 136–Cow, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 137–Cow, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION RED ANGUS COW RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION RED ANGUS COW THE KNOTT FAMILY TROPHY for GRAND CHAMPION RED ANGUS FEMALE • Trophy (value $250) sponsored by RJ & EA Knott Prize is a rolled leather cow halter Class 138–Bull, 10 months and under 14 months. Class 139–Bull, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 140–Bull,16 months and under 18 months. Class 141–Bull, 18 months and under 20 months.

JUNIOR CHAMPION RED ANGUS BULL RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION RED ANGUS BULL Class 142–Bull, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 143–Bull, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 144–Bull, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION RED ANGUS BULL THE ELDERS PRIZE for RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION RED ANGUS BULL • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by Elders Limited THE L G MATTEN PRIZE and THE LANDMARK PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION RED ANGUS BULL • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Mr Wayne Matten • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Landmark THE CGU INSURANCE TROPHY for SUPREME CHAMPION RED ANGUS EXHIBIT • Trophy (value $75 sponsored by CGU Insurance Class 145–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on the entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 146–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes.


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RED POLL Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Australian Red Poll Cattle Breeders Inc, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. Class 147–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 148–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months. THE PROGRAMMED PROPERTY SERVICES PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION RED POLL COW OR HEIFER • $100 sponsored by Programmed Property Services Limited RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION RED POLL COW OR HEIFER Class 149–THE PRINCESS ROYAL CUP PRIZE Pair of Heifers under 20 months. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • $50 sponsored by Australian Red Poll Cattle Breeders Inc

Class 152–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 153–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months. THE PROGRAMMED PROPERTY SERVICES PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION RED POLL BULL • $100 sponsored by Programmed Property Services Limited RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION RED POLL BULL Class 154–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 155–Bull, 30 months and over. THE PROGRAMMED PROPERTY SERVICES PRIZE for SENIOR CHAMPION RED POLL BULL • $100 sponsored by Programmed Property Services Limited

Class 150–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months.

RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION RED POLL BULL

Class 151–Cow, 30 months and over.

THE LANDMARK PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION RED POLL BULL • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Landmark

THE PROGRAMMED PROPERTY SERVICES PRIZE for SENIOR CHAMPION RED POLL COW • $100 sponsored by Programmed Property Services Limited RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION RED POLL COW THE PROGRAMMED PROPERTY SERVICES PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION RED POLL FEMALE • $100 sponsored by Programmed Property Services Limited

Class 156–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 157–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. THE W B MUNE MEMORIAL TROPHY for MOST SUCCESSFUL RED POLL EXHIBITOR Points to be calculated from general classes and Breeders' Group only. • Trophy (value $150) sponsored by Bill Dinning


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SANTA GERTRUDIS Exhibits to conform to the rules and regulations of The Santa Gertrudis Cattle Breeders' (Australia) Association, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. Class 158–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 14 months. Class 159–Cow or Heifer, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 160–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 161–Cow or Heifer, 18 months and under 20 months. THE GLEN GILLIAN TROPHY for JUNIOR CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS COW OR HEIFER • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by Rose Ross THE BENETOOK STUD TROPHY for RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS COW OR HEIFER • Trophy (value $50) sponsored by Norma Pratt Class 162–Cow, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 163–Cow, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 164–Cow, 30 months and over. THE WALMONA PASTORAL TROPHY for SENIOR CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS COW • Trophy (value $150) sponsored by Doering Brothers, Walmona Santa Gertrudis Stud, Truro THE ROLLAND TRANSPORT TROPHY for RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS COW • Trophy (value $50) sponsored by Rolland Transport

THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE and THE SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA TROPHY for GRAND CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS FEMALE • Trophy (value $150) sponsored by Santa Gertrudis Breeders' (Aust) Association • $200 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd Class 165–Bull, 10 months and under 14 months. Class 166–Bull, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 167–Bull, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 168–Bull, 18 months and under 20 months. THE NANGARINGA TROPHY for JUNIOR CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS BULL • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by Fogden & Sons THE SEYMOURVALE STUD TROPHY for RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS BULL • Trophy (value $50) sponsored by LD & NR Lintern Class 169–Bull, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 170–Bull, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 171–Bull, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS BULL


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THE GOLDEN ELM STUD TROPHY for RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS BULL • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Golden Elm Stud THE LANDMARK PRIZE and THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE and THE SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA TROPHY for GRAND CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS BULL • $200 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd • Trophy (value $150) sponsored by Santa Gertrudis Breeders' (Aust) Association • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Landmark THE HB RURAL TROPHY for SUPREME CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS EXHIBIT • Trophy (value $100), Perpetual Trophy (value $100) sponsored by HB Rural Pty Ltd

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Class 172–THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • $100 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd Class 173–THE NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK PRIZE Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Product (value $200) sponsored by National Australia Bank - Nuriootpa NAB branded merchandise THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE for MOST SUCCESSFUL SANTA GERTRUDIS EXHIBITOR Points to be calculated from general classes and Breeders' Group only. • $200 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd

SHORTHORN - 2012 FEATURE BREED Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Shorthorn Society of Australia, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. The Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of SA Inc is pleased to match all new prize money (up to $5000) raised by the Shorthorn Society of Australia, SA for the Shorthorn Feature Breed at the 2012 Royal Adelaide Show. Full details of all sponsorship will be printed in the Catalogue. Class 176–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 12 months. Class 177–Cow or Heifer, 12 months and under 14 months. Class 178–Cow or Heifer, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 179–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 180–Cow or Heifer, 18 months and under 20 months THE L G MATTEN PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION SHORTHORN COW OR HEIFER • Voucher (value $250) sponsored by Mr Wayne Matten

THE JOHN NITSCHKE DRILLING PRIZE for RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION SHORTHORN COW OR HEIFER • $100 sponsored by John Nitschke Drilling Pty Ltd Class 181–THE BAROOKA PRIZE Two Shorthorn Heifers. Bred by exhibitor. Age, not over 20 months. Not to be judged as a pair. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • $100 sponsored by The family of the late Roger Goode of Barooka, Kingston. Class 182–Cow, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 183–Cow, 24 months and under 30 months.


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Class 184–Cow, 30 months and over. THE BAYVIEW PRIZE for SENIOR CHAMPION SHORTHORN COW • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Bayview Shorthorns RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION SHORTHORN COW THE SA SHORTHORN YOUTH PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION SHORTHORN FEMALE • Voucher (value $130) sponsored by SA Shorthorn Youth Class 185–THE ROBERTSON AI HERD TESTING SERVICES PRIZE Bull, 10 months and under 12 months. • $100 sponsored by Robertson AI Class 186–Bull, 12 months and under 14 months. Class 187–Bull, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 188–Bull, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 189–Bull, 18 months and under 20 months THE RABOBANK PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION SHORTHORN BULL • $100 sponsored by Rabobank RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION SHORTHORN BULL Class 190–THE RONALD NORRIS MEMORIAL PRIZE Two Shorthorn Bulls. Bred by exhibitor. Age, not over 20 months. Not to be judged as a pair. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • $100 sponsored by Ronald Norris Memorial Trust Fund Class 191–Bull, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 192–Bull, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 193–Bull, 30 months and over.

THE LAKE HAWDON TROPHY for SENIOR CHAMPION SHORTHORN BULL • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Lake Hawdon Proprietors SPRINGWOOD PASTORAL COMPANY PRIZE for RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION SHORTHORN BULL • $100 sponsored by S.A.S. Withers THE CGU INSURANCE TROPHY and THE ELDERS PRIZE and THE LANDMARK PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION SHORTHORN BULL • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Elders Limited • $100 sponsored by CGU Insurance • Voucher (value $500) sponsored by Landmark THE J J ROCHE TROPHY for SUPREME CHAMPION SHORTHORN EXHIBIT • , Trophy (value $218) sponsored by J J Roche, Esq. Class 194–THE BUNDALEER PRIZE Pair, Bull and Female. To comprise two animals under 24 months. Not necessarily the same sire or dam. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • $100 sponsored by G E Ashby & Sons Class 195–THE BROUGHTON PARK PRIZE and THE ELDERS PRIZE Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by the exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • First $100; Second $50 sponsored by Trengove Partners • First Voucher (value $120); Second Voucher (value $80); Third Voucher (value $50) sponsored by Elders Limited


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Class 196–THE BELMORE TROPHY and THE ELDERS PRIZE Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes. • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by I.A.S Withers • First Voucher (value $120); Second Voucher (value $80); Third Voucher (value $50) sponsored by Elders Limited

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THE WIDDECOMBE TROPHY for MOST SUCCESSFUL SHORTHORN EXHIBITOR Points to be calculated from general classes and Breeders' Group only. • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Graham Hill

SIMMENTAL Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of The Simmental Cattle Breeders' Association of Australia, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. Class 197–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 14 months Class 198–Cow or Heifer, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 199–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 200–Cow or Heifer, 18 months and under 20 months. THE COOPERS HEALTH PRIZE and THE J W YOUNG & SON PRIZE for JUNIOR CHAMPION SIMMENTAL COW OR HEIFER • Voucher (value $150) sponsored by Coopers Animal Health • $100 sponsored by J W Young and Son, 'Congeith', Naracoorte RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION SIMMENTAL COW OR HEIFER Class 201–Cow, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 202–Cow, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 203–Cow, 30 months and over. THE WATERFRONT SIMMENTALS PRIZE for SENIOR CHAMPION SIMMENTAL COW • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Waterfront Simmentals

RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION SIMMENTAL COW THE GEORGE COPPING MEMORIAL TROPHY for GRAND CHAMPION SIMMENTAL FEMALE • Trophy (value $150) sponsored by The Copping Family Class 204–Bull, 10 months and under 14 months Class 205–Bull, 14 months and under 16 months. Class 206–Bull, 16 months and under 18 months. Class 207–Bull, 18 months and under 20 months. THE COOPERS ANIMAL HEALTH PRIZE and THE CGU INSURANCE TROPHY for JUNIOR CHAMPION SIMMENTAL BULL • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by CGU Insurance • Voucher (value $200) sponsored by Coopers Animal Health THE WFI PRIZE for RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION SIMMENTAL BULL • $150 sponsored by WFI Class 208–Bull, 20 months and under 24 months. Class 209–Bull, 24 months and under 30 months. Class 210–Bull, 30 months and over.


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THE CALLENDALE PRIZE and THE ELDERS PRIZE for SENIOR CHAMPION SIMMENTAL BULL • $100 sponsored by R D & H V Baker • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Elders Limited RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION SIMMENTAL BULL THE LANDMARK PRIZE and THE NALPA PASTORAL COMPANY PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION SIMMENTAL BULL • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Landmark • $100 sponsored by Nalpa Pastoral Company THE 2ND GLAMIS CHALLENGE TROPHY for SUPREME CHAMPION SIMMENTAL EXHIBIT • Trophy (value $300) sponsored by Glamis Proprietors, Rockleigh, Clarendon The trophy will become the property of the first exhibitor to obtain 3 successive wins or 5 wins in all.

Awards No. 1 trophy won by Munga Park Pastoral Co. 1986 - Mrs E M MacGregor 1987 - W J & M Davey 1988 - Tusmore Stud 1989 - Tusmore Simmentals 1990 - Simmental Genetics & Aeolus Nom 1991 - G W Higgins 1992 - G W Higgins 1993 - P J & J M Gray 1994 - R D & H V Baker 1995 - Tusmore Stud 1996 - Grimich Park Stud 1997 - Nawarra Stud 1998 - Nalpa Pastoral Co 1999 - M B & T J Parker 2000 - R A & M P Crawford 2001 - P & M C Maglieri 2002 - Nalpa Pastoral Co 2003 - R H Hodge & Partners 2004 - T Baker 2005 - Woonallee Simmentals 2006 - R H Hodge & Partners 2007 - Auscan Simmentals & Simbrahs 2008 - G C & V J Muller 2009 - TR & EA Baker 2010 - G C & V J Muller 2011 - TRS & EA Baker Class 211–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 212–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes.


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SQUARE MEATERS Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Square Meater Cattle Association before being eligible for exhibition and/or gain an award. Class 213–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 214–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months. JUNIOR CHAMPION SQUARE MEATERS COW OR HEIFER Class 215–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 216–Cow, 30 months and over. SENIOR CHAMPION SQUARE MEATERS COW THE ELENDEE SQUARE MEATERS TROPHY for GRAND CHAMPION SQUARE MEATERS FEMALE • Trophy (value $160) sponsored by Elendee Square Meaters - Anembo, NSW Class 217–Bull, 10 months an under 16 months. Class 218–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months. JUNIOR CHAMPION SQUARE MEATERS BULL Class 219–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 220–Bull, 30 months and over.

SENIOR CHAMPION SQUARE MEATERS BULL THE MISTY MEADOWS SQUARE MEATERS TROPHY for GRAND CHAMPION SQUARE MEATERS BULL • Trophy (value $160) sponsored by Mabelic Square Meaters - Narromine NSW Class 221–Sire's Progeny Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Not necessarily owned by exhibitor. Name of sire to be stated on entry form. Animals to be drawn from general classes. Class 222–Breeders' Group. To comprise three animals, both sexes to be represented. Bred and wholly owned by the exhibitor. Animals to be drawn from general classes.


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ANY OTHER BREED Exhibits must conform to the rules and regulations of the Breed Society with which they are registered, before being eligible for exhibition and/or to gain an award. All exhibits to be the progeny of a registered purebred male and from a dam of at least 7/8th pure breeding of the same breed. After entries have been closed, the entries received will be examined and the committee will, if necessary, provide separate breed classes and judges. Class 223–Cow or Heifer, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 224–Cow or Heifer, 16 months and under 20 months. JUNIOR CHAMPION COW OR HEIFER Class 225–Cow, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 226–Cow, 30 months and over.

SENIOR CHAMPION COW GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE Class 227–Bull, 10 months and under 16 months. Class 228–Bull, 16 months and under 20 months. JUNIOR CHAMPION BULL Class 229–Bull, 20 months and under 30 months. Class 230–Bull, 30 months and over.


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NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS OF BEEF CATTLE Please be advised that breed class allocations are worked out on the number of animals paraded before the judge (excluding group classes) at the previous years show. The scale is based on the following table: 1) Breeds which showed 25 exhibits and over 10 months and under 14 months 14 months and under 16 months 16 months and under 18 months 18 months and under 20 months Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion 20 months and under 24 months 24 months and under 30 months 30 months and over Senior Champion and Reserve Senior Champion Grand Champion Supreme Champion Exhibit (if requested) 2)

Breeds which showed 17 to 24 exhibits 10 months and under 14 months 14 months and under 16 months 16 months and under 20 months Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion 20 months and under 30 months 30 months and over Senior Champion and Reserve Senior Champion Grand Champion 3) Breeds which showed 1 - 16 exhibits 10 months and under 16 months 16 months and under 20 months Junior Champion 20 months and under 30 months 30 months and over Senior Champion Grand Champion

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FEATURE BREED

10 months and under 12 months 12 months and under 14 months 14 months and under 16 months 16 months and under 18 months 18 months and under 20 months Junior Champion and Reserve Junior Champion 20 months and under 24 months 24 months and under 30 months 30 months and over Senior Champion and Reserve Senior Champion Grand Champion Supreme Champion Exhibit All breed classes and special awards (except supreme champion exhibit) are offered for both sexes. Breed class allocations will include a Breeders Group and Sires Progeny class. All other general classes and awards unless sponsored will not be offered. Beef Cattle classes will be reviewed annually and allocated in accordance with the number of animals paraded before the judge at the previous Royal Adelaide Show.

Please find below suggestions to assist with water conservation: All water hoses to have on/off taps. Where possible, it is preferable that cattle are groomed rather than washed. Feed cattle appropriately prior to transport (ie) cease giving water at least 12 hours prior to transport and feed on dry feed only.


LED STEER CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES FRIDAY 15 JUNE 2012 at 5.00 pm

SUBMISSION OF ENTRIES

Exhibitors may make three entries in Class 401, Breeders Steer regardless of Breed. Led Steer entries must be made on a separate entry form from Stud entries. Exhibitors may exhibit five entries in Class 501, Schools class providing each animal is a different breed. Exhibitors need not be members of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of SA Inc to enter in Led Steer classes. Please state breed on the entry form. The Society will accept only those entries if the following is detailed on the entry form: 1. CLASS NUMBER 2. NAME OF ANIMAL 3. DATE OF BIRTH 4. NAME OF SIRE AND DAM 5. NAME OF BREEDER 6. NLISTAG No

RESTRICTION ON ENTRIES

The Society reserves the right to restrict the number of entries in Led Steer Classes.

ENTRY FEES

Exhibitors will be required to book and pay for an exhibit space at the following rate: $66 per space (includes GST) (covers class and bedding fee) Make cheques payable to RA&HS and send with completed entry forms to: RA&HS - Led Steers Section PO Box 40 GOODWOOD SA 5034.

PRIZES

Prizes in each class will be: First, $25; second, $10 for both on hoof and on hook judging.

PAYMENT OF PRIZE MONEY

EFT is a more efficient form of payment of prize money. Exhibitors are requested to nominate bank account details on the space provided on the entry form to facilitate prompt payment of prize money. Exhibitors who do not nominate a bank account may be paid by cheque by indicating on the entry form. Please note – payment by cheque will be made after EFT payments are processed. Please note that cheques will be made out in the name of the exhibitor. If you do not have an account in the name you have entered under, you will need to be paid via EFT.

To assist the Society, would you please ensure cheques are deposited promptly into a bank account. Replacement prize cheques will be issued up to 31 December 2012, however a fee of $10 may be charged. If the cheque to be replaced is not returned then an additional fee will be charged to cover the cost of cancellation. Any concerns regarding prize money must be raised with the Society by 31 December.

PRIZE MONEY AND GST

Prize money as stated in the Prize Schedule does not include GST. The prize money which we pay to successful exhibitors depends on information provided to us. If you confirm that you are GST registered and provide your Australian Business Number (ABN), we will pay the appropriate prize money plus 10% GST. We will provide you with a Recipient Created Tax Invoice which you will need to submit to the Australian Taxation Office. In entering the competition, you acknowledge your agreement to the following: You will not issue a tax invoice to the RA&HS in respect to prize money received; You will notify the RA&HS if you cease to be registered for GST. If you provide your Australian Business Number but are not registered for GST, we will pay the prize money as detailed in the Prize Schedule without reference to the GST. If you confirm you are entering as part of a private recreational pursuit or hobby, we will pay the prize money as detailed in the Prize Schedule without reference to GST.

YOUR PRIVACY

If you do not want your details to be made available to other parties, please tick the box on the entry form supplied by the RA&HS. Your personal information will then only be used by the RA&HS to maintain contact with you and allow us to manage your entries. The RA&HS reserves the right to inform prize sponsors of the details of recipients to enable distribution of their voucher/product prizes. Please note: by ticking the box to suppress your details, your name will appear in the Catalogue (if applicable) but your address will not.


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Steers must show milk teeth only. No restriction on feeding. Steers must not exhibit horn growth of more than 4 cm from the base of the horn. Steers must be polled or dehorned and must be quiet and tractable and trained to tie up and lead. All Led Steers must have nose clips or rings when being exhibited. All Led Steer exhibitors will have an area allocated to house their entries. This has been done to alleviate congestion and/or confusion upon arrival. A floor plan will be on display on the Beef Cattle Supervisors window. Schools entering in class 501 must provide the full name of the sire on their Led Steer entry form. If the information is not supplied at the time of entry, the exhibit will not be accepted.

ENZOOTIC BOVINE LEUCOSIS (EBL) AND JOHNE’S DISEASE

If the herd status for EBL is infected or provisionally clear, all animals entered must be tested negative within 90 days of the opening of the Show. Documentation of negative results must be submitted to the Society at least 14 days before commencement of the Show. Steers are not required to come from MN1 or better herds but if the herd status for Johne’s Disease is infected or suspect, entries will not be accepted.

HORMONE GROWTH PROMOTANT

The use of hormone growth promotants in Led Steer classes is prohibited.

BREEDING

All steers to be the progeny of a registered purebred male and from a dam of at least 7/8ths of pure breeding of the same breed. The Committee reserves the right to disqualify any exhibits who do not meet the respective breed society regulations.

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LOCKERS

A limited number of lockers are available on the Showground. Led Steer exhibitors may purchase a locker at a cost of $66. Lockers will only be allocated if payment is received at time of entry. Led Steer exhibitors may be required to share a locker. Students are not permitted to sleep in these lockers. Lockers will be allocated by the Society. Please report to the Beef Cattle Supervisor’s Office for your locker number. Keys must be returned to the Beef Cattle Supervisor prior to completion of the competition.

WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS

Any Steer weighing less than 340 kg live on the Society’s scales will not be accepted for competition.

SCANNOGRAMMING OF LED STEERS

All Led Steers will be scanned and weighed at the 2012 Royal Adelaide Show. This Information will be displayed on the exhibit’s neck card.

PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION CODE

Property identification code must be included on entry form.

EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE

ON HOOF JUDGING: There will be three weight classifications. The steers will be weighed and the Beef Cattle Committee will make up classes as evenly as possible. ON HOOK JUDGING: Exhibits will be classed according to their carcase weight.

JUDGING

All steers will be judged on Thursday 13 September on the Beef Cattle Judging Lawn.

GRAND PARADE

For School Entries Only. All Schools will be encouraged to lead their steers in the Parade. A sash will be awarded to the School that is judged for the best appearance and parading. This sash will be presented immediately after the Grand Parade.


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JUDGING OF BEEF CARCASES

Carcasses will be judged within the general parameters of the Meat Standards Australia Competition Model, incorporating carcase attributes relevant to Market Specifications and MSA developed eating quality standards. Animals entered in Carcase Competitions cannot comply with the pre-slaughter management guidelines of MSA pathways, so their carcases are not eligible for MSA grading. However, the principles of MSA grading will still be applied in judging the carcases, according to the following Schedule of maximum points: Market Specification Eye Muscle Area.....................................20 points P8 Fat.....................................................10 points Meat Colour (min 1B, Max 3)...................5 points Rib Fat (min 3mm)..................................15 points Distribution..............................................5 points Total Market Specification.................... 55 points Eating Quality Calculated using the MSA prediction model (average eating quality score for the 17 main primals by their cooking methods) and records all MSA parameters for feedback. Total Eating Quality.............................. 45 points TOTAL SCORE.................................. 100 POINTS To be eligible for an award, carcases should meet the following MSA requirements: • pH, less than 5.7; • Meat Colour, minium Ausmeat Chip 1B, maximum Ausmeat chip 3; • Rib Fat Depth, miniumum 3mm; • Ossification, maximum 300; • Fat Distribution, even fat coverage over major primals and good even coverage over entire carcase. Carcases will lose points for uneven coverage and excess waste. Carcase Weight and Fat Specifications Category

Range P8 12/13 Weight (Rump) Rib - kg -mm

Light Domestic

180-240

6-10

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Heavy Domestic 240.1 - 300

8-13

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NB: Payment will be made in accordance with the T & R Pastoral price grid on the day. The Society reserves the right to alter the judging method. Exhibitors will be advised of any changes as early as possible.

SLAUGHTER OF LED STEERS

In an effort to reduce the number of dark cutters often caused by stress to animals the RA&HS Beef Cattle Committee will be loading steers for T&R Pastoral in the early hours of Friday morning. This will allow steers to relax and sleep following a full day of judging, parading, photos etc.All exhibitors will be required to feed and water thier animals after judging on the Thursday afternoon prior to packing up and leaving.It is also recommended that a small amount of hay is left in front of each steer. Exhibitors will be required to tie their steers up with a halter supplied by the RA&HS before they leave. Carcase information and figures will be presented at the Presentation of Awards at 6.30 pm on Saturday 15 September 2012 at the Adelaide Showground.

ENTRY PASSES - SCHOOLS

Schools entering in the Led Steer section will receive 12 one-day tickets per animal entered (to a maximum of 60 one-day tickets per school per day of exhibiting, i.e. Wednesday and Thursday.)

USE OF LOFTS

During the Led Steer Competition the use of lofts for storage of feed and equipment will be strictly forbidden. A section at the end of each bay will be allocated for storage purposes.


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LED STEER CLASSES Class 401–Breeders Steer Exhibits will be weighed and classified into lightweight and heavyweight classes. Steers to be bred and owned by exhibitor. Steers must be named. Limit of three steers per exhibitor. All steers entered in Class 501 must be led in the Grand Parade held on Wednesday 12 September. Class 501–School Steer Open to all Tertiary bodies and Secondary Schools. The breeding of steers must be in accordance with the requirements of the respective breed classes. Name of Breeder must be stated on the entry form. The conditions of entry for the general classes will apply with the exception of the bred by the exhibitor regulation. Steers entered in this class must be cared for by members of the School for at least three months prior to the Show. Five entries may be made by a School, however, only one entry of any particular breed is permitted. Steers entered in these classes are eligible for Champion and general awards. Exhibits will be weighed and classified into lightweight and heavyweight classes. Exhibits must be led by students. A maximum of two school students (including the handler) will be permitted in the shed during weighing and scanning of steers. Name of sire must be stated on entry form - failure to comply will result in the entry being disqualified.

SPECIAL AWARDS All Champions and Reserve Champions will receive sashes. THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for CHAMPION LIGHT DOMESTIC STEER ON HOOF • $400 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION LIGHT DOMESTIC STEER ON HOOF • $100 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for CHAMPION HEAVY DOMESTIC STEER ON HOOF • $400 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION HEAVY DOMESTIC STEER ON HOOF • $100 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for CHAMPION EXPORT STEER ON HOOF • $400 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION EXPORT STEER ON HOOF • $100 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION STEER ON HOOF • $300 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd

The Society wishes to acknowledge the generous support by T & R PASTORAL of the

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THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for CHAMPION LIGHT DOMESTIC CARCASE • $500 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd


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THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION LIGHT DOMESTIC CARCASE • $250 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE CHAMPION HEAVY DOMESTIC CARCASE •$500 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION HEAVY DOMESTIC CARCASE • $250 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for CHAMPION EXPORT CARCASE • $500 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION EXPORT CARCASE • $250 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd THE T & R PASTORAL PRIZE for GRAND CHAMPION CARCASE • $300 sponsored by T & R Pastoral Pty Ltd THE 3RD O'CONNOR CHALLENGE TROPHY for LED STEER TEAMS CHAMPIONSHIP 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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Competition to be between teams of three steers. Steers to be selected from exhibits competing in the Led Steer classes. Each team to be representative of any recognised beef cattle breed. Each breed to be represented by one team only. Each Breed Society will be responsible for nominating the team to represent the Society. All steers are allocated points during live judging and these points will be used as part of the nominated teams score to a maximum of 100 points. Points gained by steers in the carcass judging (maximum of 300) will be added to the live judging points to determine the winner.

• First prize $300, Trophy (value $100); Second $150; Third Commended sponsored by O'Connor Investments Pty Ltd O'Connor Challenge Trophy (value $100) to be awarded to the Breed Society nominating the winning team. Permanent possession will be obtained by the first Breed Society to obtain three wins in succession or five wins in all. Awards No. 1 Trophy won by Simmental No. 2 Trophy won by Charolais 1992 - Red Poll 1993 - South Devon 1994 - Charolais 1995 - Red Poll 1996 - Shorthorn 1997 - Simmental 1998 - Angus 1999 - Limousin 2000 - Limousin 2001 - Angus 2002 - Shorthorn 2003 - Shorthorn 2004 - Red Poll Team 2005 - Angus 2006 - Poll Hereford 2007 - Red Angus 2008 - Red Poll 2009 - Limousin 2010 - Charolais 2011 - Limousin

SCHOOL SPECIAL ON HOOF AWARDS Awards for this section will be presented after the Led Steer hoof section judging. THE URRBRAE TROPHY for BEST RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STEER AND HANDLER Six student handlers will be selected from the Schools' Pure Bred Steer Project class and from entries in the Pure Bred Steers Project class which have been prepared and exhibited by schools, to compete for the trophy. These handlers must wear a neck number and will each receive a one colour ribbon, Merit Award for Steer Handling. NB: Prize is awarded to the handler, not the steer. • Trophy (value $50) sponsored by Urrbrae Agricultural High School


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THE KIDMAN AWARD for LIVE CATTLE ASSESSMENT Prior to judging of the Led Steer Competition, a Live Cattle Assessment Competition will be conducted as part of an education program for schools with Led Steers at the Royal Adelaide Show. • $60 sponsored by Kapunda High School Parents & Friends Association. First $30, medallion; Second $20; Third $10 THE KIDMAN SHIELD SCHOOL WITH HIGHEST AGGREGATE FOR A TEAM OF FOUR STUDENTS • $40 sponsored by Kapunda High School Parents & Friends Association THE WOOLWORTHS PRIZE fot BEST GRAND PARADE PRESENTATION BY A SCHOOL Competitors must participate in the Grand Parade on Wednesday. A sash will be presented to the top school. • $250 sponsored by Woolworths Supermarkets THE TERSH HANNAM MEMORIAL TROPHY for SCHOOL WITH THE BEST PREPARED AND PRESENTED MURRAY STEER • Trophy (value $75) sponsored by SA Murray Grey Beef Cattle Breeders and the Agriculture Teachers' Association A sum of money made available by the SA Murray Grey Beef Cattle Breeders and the Agriculture Teachers' Association will be invested and the interest received used to purchase a trophy annually.

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THE SOUTHERN ANGUS BREEDERS ASSOCIATION PRIZE for BEST ANGUS SCHOOL STEER ON HOOF ♦ First prize $125; Second $75; Third $50 • $250 sponsored by Southern Angus Breeders Association THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLL HEREFORD ASSOCIATION PRIZE for BEST HANDLER OF A POLL HEREFORD SCHOOL STEER • Voucher (value $75) sponsored by South Australian Poll Hereford Association

SCHOOL SPECIAL CARCASE AWARDS Awards for this section will be presented at 6.30pm on Saturday, 15 September 2012 at the Adelaide Showground. THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA, SA COMMITTEE PRIZE for BEST BLACK ANGUS CARCASE ♦ First prize $200; Second $100; Third $50 • $350 sponsored by Angus Australia, SA Committee. THE AUSTRALIAN BRAHMAN BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION PREMIUM for BEST BRAHMAN SCHOOL CARCASE, provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $500 sponsored by Australian Brahman Breeders' Association

SA SHORTHORN YOUTH PRIZE for BEST PRESENTED AND LED SHORTHORN SCHOOL STEER • Voucher (value $80) sponsored by SA Shorthorn Youth

THE AUSTRALIAN BRAHMAN BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION PREMIUM for HIGHEST SCORING BRAHMAN SCHOOL CARCASE • $100 sponsored by Australian Brahman Breeders' Association

THE ATASA AWARD for MOST PROFESSIONALLY PRESENTED SCHOOL This award will be presented to the school which is judged to be the most professional in the presentation of themselves and their exhibits. • $50 sponsored by Agriculture Teachers Association of SA Judging assisted by the Junior Beef Breeders Group

THE CHAROLAIS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA (SA REGION) PREMIUM for HIGHEST SCORING CHAROLAIS SCHOOL CARCASE • $100 sponsored by Charolais Society of Australia (SA)


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THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for HIGHEST POINT SCORING MURRAY GREY SCHOOL CARCASE • $250 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull THE MAGNUS AUSTRALIA PRIZE and THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for SCHOOL EXHIBITING THE HIGHEST SCORING MURRAY GREY • Voucher (value $250) sponsored by Magnus Australia Pty Ltd • $250 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull THE CGU INSURANCE AWARD for SCHOOL EXHIBITING THE HIGHEST SCORING HEREFORD STEER ON HOOF AND HOOK • $50 sponsored by CGU Insurance THE CGU INSURANCE PREMIUM for BREEDER OF THE HIGHEST SCORING SCHOOL HEREFORD STEER ON HOOF AND HOOK. • $100 sponsored by CGU Insurance THE ANAMA PRIZE for SCHOOL EXHIBITING THE HIGHEST SCORING RED ANGUS STEER ON HOOK • $200 sponsored by Anama Holdings THE ANAMA PRIZE for SCHOOL EXHIBITING THE SECOND HIGHEST SCORING RED ANGUS STEER ON HOOK. • $100 sponsored by Anama Holdings THE ANAMA PRIZE for SCHOOL EXHIBITING THE THIRD HIGHEST SCORING RED ANGUS STEER ON HOOK. • $50 sponsored by Anama Holdings

THE SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS' (AUSTRALIA) ASSOCIATION PRIZE for CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS ON HOOF OR HOOK Provided this animal is exhibited by a school. • $275 sponsored by Santa Gertrudis Breeders' (Aust) Association THE SA SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS ASSOCIATION for HIGHEST OVERALL POINT SCORING SANTA GERTRUDIS SCHOOL STEER ON HOOF AND HOOK • $150 sponsored by SA Santa Gertrudis Breeders Association THE JOHN GOREY MEMORIAL PRIZE for SCHOOL EXHIBITING THE HIGHEST SCORING SHORTHORN STEER ON HOOF AND HOOK • $330 sponsored by The John Gorey Memorial Trust THE JOHN GOREY MEMORIAL PRIZE for SCHOOL EXHIBITING THE SECOND HIGHEST SCORING SHORTHORN STEER ON HOOF AND HOOK • $200 sponsored by The John Gorey Memorial Trust THE JOHN GOREY MEMORIAL PRIZE for SCHOOL EXHIBITING THE THIRD HIGHEST SCORING SHORTHHORN STEER ON HOOF AND HOOK • $100 sponsored by The John Gorey Memorial Trust THE JOHN GOREY MEMORIAL PRIZE for BREEDER OF THE HIGHEST SCORING SHORTHORN SCHOOL STEER ON HOOF AND HOOK • $120 sponsored by The John Gorey Memorial Trust


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BREED SPECIAL AWARDS ANGUS

AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE

THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA, SA COMMITTEE PRIZE for BEST ANGUS STEER Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Led Steer on Hoof award. • $250 sponsored by Angus Australia, SA Committee

THE AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE CATTLE ASSOCIATION PRIZE for BEST AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $500 sponsored by Australian Lowline Cattle Association Inc

THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA, SA COMMITTEE PRIZE for BEST ANGUS CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $250 sponsored by Angus Australia, SA Committee

BELTED GALLOWAY

THE RABOBANK TROPHY and JR & JE FOX PRIZE for BREEDER OF THE HIGHEST SCORING ANGUS STEER (OVERALL) For Hoof and Hook in the Led Steer and School Led Steer Competition. • $50, Trophy (value $50) sponsored by Rabobank & JR & JE Fox THE ANGUS AUSTRALIA, SA COMMITTEE PRIZE for BEST ANGUS STEER AND CARCASE, Provided this animal also gains both the Grand Champion Led Steer on Hoof award and the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $1500 sponsored by Angus Australia, SA Committee THE SOUTHERN ANGUS BREEDERS ASSOCIATION PRIZE for STEERS SELECTED TO REPRESENT ANGUS IN THE O'CONNOR TEAM Three winning Angus exhibits in the O'Connor Challenge Trophy for Led Steer Teams. • $150 sponsored by Southern Angus Breeders Association $50 awarded to each exhibitor

THE AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION INC PREMIUM for BEST BELTED GALLOWAY STEER, provided this animal gains the Grand Champion Steer on Hoof award. • $500 sponsored by Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc THE AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION INC PREMIUM for BEST BELTED GALLOWAY CARCASE, provided this animal gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $500 sponsored by Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc THE AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION INC PREMIUM for ALL BELTED GALLOWAY ON HOOK Gaining 85 points and over. • $150 and Per qualifying exhibitor sponsored by Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc THE AUSTRALIAN BELTED GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION INC for HIGHEST SCORING PUREBRED BELTED GALLOWAY CARCASE • $50 sponsored by Australian Belted Galloway Association, Inc


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THE AUSTRALIAN GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION PREMIUM for CHAMPION GALLOWAY OR BELTED GALLOWAY STEER Provided it is the progeny of a parent which is registered with the Australian Galloway Association Inc and also gains the Grand Champion Steer on Hoof award. • $500 sponsored by Australian Galloway Association THE AUSTRALIAN GALLOWAY ASSOCIATION PREMIUM for CHAMPION GALLOWAY OR BELTED GALLOWAY CARCASE Provided it is the progeny of a parent which is registered with the Australian Galloway Association Inc and also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $500 sponsored by Australian Galloway Association

BRAFORD THE AUSTRALIAN BRAFORD SOCIETY PREMIUM for BEST BRAFORD STEER Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Led Steer and/or Carcase award. • $200 sponsored by Australian Braford Society Limited If less than 150 head are exhibited premium will be reduced to $100. THE AUSTRALIAN BRAFORD SOCIETY PREMIUM for BEST BRAFORD CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $200 sponsored by Australian Braford Society Limited

BLONDE D'AQUITAINE

BRAHMAN

THE BLONDE D'AQUITAINE SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND PREMIUM for BEST BLONDE D'AQUITAINE STEER Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Led Steer on Hoof award. • $250 sponsored by Blonde d'Aquitaine Society of Australia/NZ

THE AUSTRALIAN BRAHMAN BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION (SA BRANCH) PREMIUM for BRAHMAN CARCASE GAINING THE HIGHEST POINTS SCORE. • $100 sponsored by Australian Brahman Breeders' Association

THE BLONDE D'AQUITAINE SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND PREMIUM for BEST BLONDE D'AQUITAINE CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $250 sponsored by Blonde d'Aquitaine Society of Australia/NZ

THE AUSTRALIAN BRAHMAN BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION PREMIUM for BEST BRAHMAN STEER Provided this animal also gains Grand Champion Led Steer on Hoof award and 100 head or over are exhibited. • $500 sponsored by Australian Brahman Breeders' Association If only 26-99 head are exhibited, the premium will be halved. THE AUSTRALIAN BRAHMAN BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION PREMIUM for BEST BRAHMAN CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award and 100 head or over are exhibited. • $500 sponsored by Australian Brahman Breeders' Association If only 26-99 head are exhibited, the premium will be halved.


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CHAROLAIS THE CHAROLAIS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA (SA REGION) PREMIUM for BEST CHAROLAIS STEER Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Led Steer on Hoof award. • $100 sponsored by Charolais Society of Australia (SA) THE CHAROLAIS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA (SA REGION) PREMIUM for BEST CHAROLAIS CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $200 sponsored by Charolais Society of Australia (SA) THE CHAROLAIS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA (SA REGION) PREMIUM for BEST CHAROLAIS STEER AND CARCASE Provided this animal also gains both the Grand Champion Led Steer and Carcase awards. • $500 sponsored by Charolais Society of Australia (SA) THE 2ND CHAROLAIS SOCIETY CHALLENGE TROPHY for BEST CHAROLAIS CARCASE • Trophy (value $200) sponsored by Charolais Society of Australia (SA) The trophy will become the property of the first exhibitor to win three times in succession or five times in all. Awards 1st. trophy won by R J & S L Sampson 2003 - B Smith 2004 - R J & S L Sampson and H A Seeley 2005 - Edwina Wiltshire-Leggett 2006 - Burra Community School 2007 - Burra Community School 2008 - University of Adelaide (Farm Services Roseworthy Campus) 2009 - Burra Community School 2010 - Kadlunga Proprietors 2011 - Clare High School

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THE VIC O'GRADY MEMORIAL PRIZE for HIGHEST SCORING DOMESTIC CHAROLAIS CARCASE. Provided the exhibits score is in the top 25% of all carcase scores. • $50 sponsored by Dr S B Barker THE SHIRLEY BARKER PRIZE for THREE WINNING CHAROLAIS STEERS IN THE O'CONNOR CHALLENGE TROPHY, for Led Steer Teams, provided these animals are Charolais and sired by a registered Charolais bull. • $300 ($100 per exhibitor) sponsored by Dr S B Barker

HEREFORD THE HEREFORDS AUSTRALIA LTD PREMIUM for ANY PURE BRED HEREFORD/POLL HEREFORD STEER, of Grand Champion Status (live or on the hook) • $1000 sponsored by Herefords Australia THE HEREFORDS AUSTRALIA LTD PREMIUM for ANY PUREBRED HEREFORD/POLL HEREFORD STEERS ON HOOK, gaining 82 points and over. To qualify for this award the animal must be sired by a registered Poll Hereford and the sire must be nominated on the entry form. • $200 sponsored by Herefords Australia Ltd per qualifying exhibitor THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLL HEREFORD ASSOCIATION PRIZE for HIGHEST SCORING POLL HEREFORD DOMESTIC STEER ON HOOK In the event of a tie the prize monies will be awarded to the steer with the highest saleable meat yield. • $125 sponsored by South Australian Poll Hereford Association THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLL HEREFORD ASSOCIATION PRIZE for HIGHEST SCORING POLL HEREFORD EXPORT STEER ON HOOK In the event of a tie the prize monies will be awarded to the steer with the highest saleable meat yield. • $125 sponsored by South Australian Poll Hereford Association


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HIGHLAND

MURRAY GREY

THE AUSTRALIAN HIGHLAND CATTLE SOCIETY PREMIUM for HIGHLAND CARCASE IN ANY CLASS GAINING FIRST PLACE Sire or dam must be a Highland and nominated on entry form (gaining 80 points or higher). Winning first place entitles the winner to apply to the AHCS by 31 December in the current calendar year for inclusion in the AHCS Annual Carcase Competition. ♦ First prize $300; Second $200; Third $100 • $600 sponsored by Australian Highland Cattle Society (Inc.)

THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for BEST MURRAY GREY EXHIBIT Provided this animal wins the Champion Light Domestic Steer on Hoof. • $250 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull

LIMOUSIN THE AUSTRALIAN LIMOUSIN BREEDERS SOCIETY LTD PREMIUM for BEST LIMOUSIN STEER Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Led Steer on Hoof award. • $250 sponsored by Australian Limousin Breeders Society Ltd THE AUSTRALIAN LIMOUSIN BREEDERS SOCIETY LTD PREMIUM for BEST LIMOUSIN CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcas award. • $250 sponsored by Australian Limousin Breeders Society Ltd THE AUSTRALIAN LIMOUSIN BREEDERS SOCIETY LTD PREMIUM for THREE WINNING LIMOUSIN EXHIBITS IN THE O'CONNOR CHALLENGE TROPHY FOR LED STEER TEAMS Provided these animals are Limousins. • $300 ($100 per owner) sponsored by Australian Limousin Breeders Society Ltd

THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE BEST MURRAY GREY EXHIBIT Provided this animal wins the Champion Heavy Domestic Steer on Hoof. • $250 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for BEST MURRAY GREY EXHIBIT Provided this animal wins the Champion Export Steer on Hoof. • $250 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for BEST MURRAY GREY EXHIBIT Provided this animal wins the Champion Light Domestic Carcase. • $250 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for BEST MURRAY GREY EXHIBIT Provided this animals wins the Champion Heavy Domestic Carcase. • $250 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull The Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Prize in Breeders Steer and Breeders Carcase Class • First $100; Second $50; Third $20 provided the steer is a registered Murray Grey


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THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for BEST MURRAY GREY EXHIBIT Provided this animal wins the Champion Export Carcase. • $250 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for BEST MURRAY GREY EXHIBIT Provided this animal wins the Grand Champion Carcase Award. • $1000 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for BEST MURRAY GREY EXHIBIT Provided this animal wins the Grand Champion Led Steer on Hoof • $1000 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for HIGHEST SCORING MURRAY GREY CARCASE • $250 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull THE MURRAY GREY BEEF CATTLE SOCIETY PRIZE for THREE WINNING MURRAY GREY EXHIBITS IN THE O'CONNOR CHALLENGE TROPHY FOR LED STEER TEAMS Provided these animals are Murray Greys. • $300 sponsored by Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society Limited Provided it is sired by a registered Murray Grey Bull. ($100 per exhibitor)

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POLL HEREFORD THE HEREFORDS AUSTRALIA LTD PREMIUM for ANY PUREBRED HEREFORD/POLL HEREFORD STEERS ON HOOK, gaining 82 points and over. To qualify for this award the animal must be sired by a registered Poll Hereford and the sire must be nominated on the entry form. • $200 sponsored by Herefords Australia Ltd per qualifying exhibitor THE HEREFORDS AUSTRALIA LTD PREMIUM for ANY PURE BRED HEREFORD/POLL HEREFORD STEER, of Grand Champion Status (live or on the hook) • $1000 sponsored by Herefords Australia THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLL HEREFORD ASSOCIATION PRIZE for HIGHEST SCORING POLL HEREFORD DOMESTIC STEER ON HOOK In the event of a tie the prize monies will be awarded to the steer with the highest saleable meat yield. • $125 sponsored by South Australian Poll Hereford Association THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLL HEREFORD ASSOCIATION PRIZE for HIGHEST SCORING POLL HEREFORD EXPORT STEER ON HOOK In the event of a tie the prize monies will be awarded to the steer with the highest saleable meat yield. • $125 sponsored by South Australian Poll Hereford Association


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RED ANGUS The Red Angus Society of Australia Inc will pay the awards as below upon receipt of application and proof of result to the Red Angus Society of Australia Inc. Red Angus steers eligible for these awards are required to be sired by registered animals in the Red Angus Society of Australia Inc Herdbook. THE RED ANGUS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA PRIZE BEST RED ANGUS STEER Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Steer on Hoof award. • $500 sponsored by Red Angus Society of Australia Inc THE RED ANGUS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA PRIZE for ANY RED ANGUS STEER THAT GAINS FIRST PLACE IN ANY HOOK CLASS • $150 sponsored by Red Angus Society of Australia Inc per exhibitor THE RED ANGUS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA PRIZE for ANY RED ANGUS STEER THAT GAINS SECOND PLACE IN ANY HOOK CLASS • $75 sponsored by Red Angus Society of Australia Inc per exhibitor THE RED ANGUS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA PRIZE for ANY RED ANGUS STEER THAT GAINS THIRD PLACE IN ANY HOOK CLASS • $25 sponsored by Red Angus Society of Australia Inc per exhibitor THE RED ANGUS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA PRIZE for THREE WINNING EXHIBITS IN THE O'CONNOR CHALLENGE TROPHY FOR LED STEER TEAMS Provided these animals are Red Angus. • $300 ($100 per exhibitor) sponsored by Red Angus Society of Australia Inc

THE COMPASS FEEDS PRIZE for HIGHEST SCORING RED ANGUS STEER EXHIBITED BY A BREEDER (POINTS COMBINED) • Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Compass Feeds THE RED ANGUS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA PRIZE for BEST RED ANGUS CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $1000 sponsored by Red Angus Society of Australia Inc

RED POLL THE AUSTRALIAN RED POLL CATTLE BREEDERS INC PREMIUM for BEST RED POLL STEER Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Led Steer award. • $100 sponsored by Australian Red Poll Cattle Breeders Inc THE TREVILLA TROPHY for BEST RED POLL CARCASE In the event of a tie, the carcas scoring the most points for muscle will be the winner. • Trophy (value $213) sponsored by R J & E M Rodgers THE AUSTRALIAN RED POLL CATTLE BREEDERS INC PREMIUM for BEST RED POLL CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $250 sponsored by Australian Red Poll Cattle Breeders Inc THE AUSTRALIAN RED POLL CATTLE BREEDERS INC PREMIUM for THREE WINNING RED POLL EXHIBITS IN THE O'CONNOR CHALLENGE TROPHY FOR LED STEER TEAMS Provided these animals are Red Polls. • $300 ($100 per exhibitor) sponsored by Australian Red Poll Cattle Breeders Inc


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SANTA GERTRUDIS

SIMMENTAL

THE SANTA GERTRUDIS BREEDERS' (AUSTRALIA) ASSOCIATION PRIZE for CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS STEER ON HOOF AND HOOK Provided the winner is a purebred Santa Gertrudis steer. • $550 sponsored by Santa Gertrudis Breeders' (Aust) Association

THE AUSTRALIAN SIMMENTAL BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION LTD - SA BRANCH PREMIUM for BEST SIMMENTAL STEER Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Led Steer on Hoof award. • $100 sponsored by Australian Simmental Breeders Association, SA

SHORTHORN THE SHORTHORN SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA, SA BRANCH PREMIUM for BEST SHORTHORN STEER Provided this animal gains the Grand Champion Led Steer award. • $1000 sponsored by The Shorthorn Society of Australia, SA THE SHORTHORN SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA, SA BRANCH PREMIUM for BEST SHORTHORN CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $1000 sponsored by The Shorthorn Society of Australia, SA THE SHORTHORN SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA, SA BRANCH PREMIUM for HIGHEST SCORING SHORTHORN CARCASE In the event of a tie, the prize will be awarded to the steer with the most points for muscle. • $100 sponsored by The Shorthorn Society of Australia, SA

THE AUSTRALIAN SIMMENTAL BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION LTD - SA BRANCH PREMIUM for BEST SIMMENTAL CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $500 sponsored by Australian Simmental Breeders Association, SA THE AUSTRALIAN SIMMENTAL BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION LTD - SA BRANCH PREMIUM for HIGHEST SCORING SIMMENTAL CARCASE • $100 sponsored by Australian Simmental Breeders Association, SA


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SOUTH DEVON

SQUARE MEATERS

THE SA BRANCH OF THE SOUTH DEVON CATTLE SOCIETY for BEST SOUTH DEVON STEER Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Led Steer on Hoof award. • $200 sponsored by South Devon Cattle Society of Australia

THE SQUARE MEATERS CATTLE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA PRIZE for HIGHEST SCORING SQUARE MEATERS STEER ON HOOK. Must score 80 points to be eligible • $100 sponsored by Square Meaters Cattle Association of Australia

THE SA BRANCH OF THE SOUTH DEVON CATTLE SOCIETY for BEST SOUTH DEVON CARCASE Provided this animal also gains the Grand Champion Carcase award. • $200 sponsored by South Devon Cattle Society of Australia

THE SQUARE MEATERS CATTLE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA PRIZE for BEST SQUARE MEATERS STEER Provided animal also gains the Grand Champ Led Steer &/or Carcase Award • $200 sponsored by Square Meaters Cattle Association of Australia

THE SA BRANCH OF THE SOUTH DEVON CATTLE SOCIETY HIGHEST SCORING SOUTH DEVON CARCASE Provided that there are more than three South Devon exhibits. • $100 sponsored by South Devon Cattle Society of Australia

Want to support the Royal Adelaide Show?

You are invited to sponsor the Royal Adelaide Show - South Australia’s largest and best loved annual event. Sponsors can be individuals, clubs, associations, businesses or product suppliers. Prize sponsors play an integral part in the Royal Adelaide Show by providing tangible rewards for successful exhibitors and encouraging competition and the pursuit of excellence. Sponsors can nominate the name of their sponsored prize and are acknowledged in print in the Prize Schedule in association with their sponsored prize. Prize sponsors often have an association or attachment to the class, breed or competition they support. Identify the competition, breed, section or class you would like to support and contact the Sponsorship Manager today. Prizes can be cash, trophies, gift vouchers or appropriate product. Trophies can be purchased by the RA&HS of SA on your behalf or you can choose your own. Sponsorship Manager, Karen Holthouse can be contacted on 08 8210 5255 or kholthouse@adelaideshowground.com.au


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Animal Exhibitors Public Liability Insurance (Explanation) WHEREAS The Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia has agreed to effect a Public Liability insurance for certain Animal Exhibitors at the 2012 Adelaide Show, the following applies:Insured Party

Animal and Livestock Exhibitors participating in competitions and events

Period of Insurance

From seven days prior to the Show until seven days thereafter

Insured Activities

All activities undertaken whilst within and from the confines of the event venue consistent with the Insured’s livestock exhibit activity including setting up and removal

Description of Cover

Insurance in respect of the Insured Party’s liability to pay costs and compensation in respect of loss of or damage to third party property and death of or injury to third party persons or for advertising liability caused by and arising out of the Insured activities, all subject to the RAHSSA‟s policy terms, conditions, exclusions and warranties, etc.

Amount of Cover

$10,000,000 any one occurrence

Deductible

$10,000 any one occurrence

Geographic Limits

At and from the event venue

Claims Payable

Worldwide excluding claims made USA and Canada

Insurer(s)

Primary – $10,000,000 Lloyds of London

Address

London Underwriting Centre, 3 Minster Court, Mincing Lane, London EC3R 7DD

Policy Number

10331X10 The Insured Party must exercise reasonable care to maintain all premises, fittings and plant in sound condition.

Important Conditions •

The Insured Party must take all reasonable precautions to prevent injury and damage to persons and property.

The Insured Party must give immediate notice of an incident which may give rise to a claim or of receipt of advice of a claim.

The Insured Party must not make any admission, offer or promise in connection with any claim and must not any time admit liability.

The Insured Party must made themselves aware of and comply with the following Notices:Duty of Disclosure Before you enter into a contract of General insurance with an insurer, you have a duty, under the Insurance Contracts Act 1984 as amended, to disclose to the insurer every matter that you know, or could reasonably be expected to know, is relevant to the insurer's decision whether to accept the risk of the insurance and, if so, on what terms. You have the same duty to disclose these matters to the insurer before you renew, extend, vary or reinstate a contract of General insurance. Your duty however, does not require disclosure of matter:•

that diminishes the risk to be undertaken by the insurer

that is of common knowledge

that your insurer knows or, in the ordinary course of his business, ought to know.


Important Conditions

Non-Disclosure If you fail to comply with your duty of disclosure, the insurer may be entitled to reduce his liability under the contract in respect of a claim or may cancel the contract. If your non-disclosure is fraudulent, the insurer may also have the option of avoiding the contract from its beginning. Average Provision The insurer will pay legal expenses in addition to the sum insured, if however, the total amount of the loss (less legal expenses) ultimately paid to the claimant(s) exceeds the sum insured then insurers will only pay (in addition to the sum insured) that proportion of the legal expenses as the sum insured bears to the loss. Third Party Interests This policy will only provide cover for your interest and does not cover the interests of any third party (e.g. financiers, lessors, etc) unless the interests of the third party are noted in the policy. Waiver of Insurer's Rights You must not enter into any agreement without the written authority of the insurer whereby any of their rights to which they become entitled as your insurer after settling or agreeing to settle a claim are prejudiced or limited in any way otherwise all benefit under the policy will be forfeited. NOTE

1.

All enquiries to be referred to OAMPS Consulting tel. no. (02) 9424 1888

2.

CLAIMS (a)

No admission of liability or fault may be made in any form to a claimant. To do so may breach the policy conditions and enable insurers to avoid settlement.

(b)

Any notice of a potential or actual claim must be referred immediately to OAMPS Consulting

3.

Nothing herein shall be construed to alter in any way the scope of insurance policy, its terms, conditions or exclusions, issued by insurers.

4.

RAHSSA is not liable to the Insured Party in the event a claim is not paid or payable by Insurers.

5.

RAHSSA is not providing financial product advice, has not considered the particular needs of the Insured party and no statement is intended to influence a person or persons making a decision in relation to any insurance cover.

6.

This insurance only applies to insured parties entering competition in accordance with the general regulations.

The details listed above are not comprehensive and are provided as an outline for the policy only. Extracts from the policy are available for inspection on request at RAHSSA’s Registered Offices during office hours.


COMPETITIVE EXHIBITORS Conditions of Entry HAZARD REPORTING Competitors must notify the Area/Pavilion Supervisor or the Venue Management Office immediately of any hazards detected. Hazards are any situation which has the potential to cause: 1. Injury, illness or death to people or animals either immediately or in the future 2. Damage or destruction to property

INCIDENT REPORTING Competitors must notify the Area/Pavilion Supervisor or the Venue Management Office immediately an incident occurs which has resulted in: 1. The injury, illness or death of any person or animal 2. The damage, destruction or loss of property 3. A near miss incident that could have resulted in the consequences listed in 1 and 2

WASTE DISPOSAL All waste including liquids must be disposed of responsibly. Storm drains must not be used for the disposal of any waste.

HAZARD MINIMISATION All areas must be kept in a clean and tidy order with clearly defined and available access and exit routes at all times. Build up of combustible waste must be avoided. Care must be taken to minimise trip hazards and obstacles that people may walk into. Avoid laying unprotected cables or pipes on or above paths, walkways or roads.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS The RA&HS are to be advised of all hazardous materials that are to be brought onto the Showground. Appropriate warning signs and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) will need to be provided before allowing these materials on site.

MEDIA COMMENTS Any public comment on emergencies, incidents or other venue matters should only come from the RA&HS. The key media spokesperson for the RA&HS is the Marketing Manager.

DUTY OF CARE All competitors have a “Duty of Care” to avoid exposing themselves or other people to situations which could lead to injury. This “Duty of Care” extends to the prevention of damage to property.

LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY

1. Release Entry to and remaining on the Showground is entirely at the risk of the Exhibitor and to the maximum extent permitted by law, the Exhibitor releases the Society (which term includes in this clause the Society’s officers, employees, members and agents), from all claims and demands of every kind resulting from any accident, damage or injury occurring at the Showground, and without limitation, the Exhibitor acknowledges: (a) the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury to or caused by any Exhibit; (b) the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury to or caused by any Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees and Agents; (c) the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury to a Motor Vehicle or any of its contents whilst it is located on the Showground; and (d) without limiting Regulations 1 (a) and 1 (b) above, the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury resulting from the sale, treatment, failure to treat, destruction, disposal or other dealing with any Exhibit, or for loss, damage or injury to any personal belongings, equipment or property brought onto the Showground. 2 Indemnity To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Exhibitor must indemnify and keep indemnified the Society and its officers, employees, members and agents from and against all actions, claims, demands, losses, damages, costs, expenses and liabilities including without limitation, consequential loss and loss of profits for which the Society is or may be or become liable in respect of or arising from: (a) loss, damage or injury to any person in connection with the Exhibit or the relevant Event; (b) without limiting Regulation 2(a), loss, damage or injury to any other Exhibit or Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees, Agents, or to the property of the Society, or its members, or to the general public, caused or contributed to or by any act or omission of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor or by the Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees or Agents; and


COMPETITIVE EXHIBITORS Conditions of Entry (c) without limiting Regulation 2(a), loss, damage or injury to the Exhibit, or the Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees, or Agents caused or contributed by an act or omission of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor or by the transportation, feeding or housing of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor. 3 Removal from Showground Without prejudice to any other provision in these Regulations, where the Society, its officers, employees, members or agents removes an Exhibit, or causes an Exhibit to be removed from the Showground, the Exhibit is removed or caused to be removed entirely at the risk of the Exhibitor. The person or persons removing the Exhibit will be deemed to be the agent of the Exhibitor, and his or her acts and omissions will be deemed to be the acts and omissions of the Exhibitor. 4. Insurance The Society will arrange Compulsory Owner’s Liability insurance cover for all Exhibitors of Exhibits being animals. The Exhibitor is bound by the terms and conditions of this insurance and by Statutory Duties as defined under the Insurance Contracts Act (1984). Details of the Compulsory Owner’s Liability insurance are set out in the Relevant Schedule 5. Personal effects The Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage caused to personal belongings, equipment or property which is brought onto the Showground by an Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees or Agents. EMERGENCY INFORMATION Emergency information and Emergency Assembly Points for the various animal pavilions and stables will be included with Exhibitor Entry Detail Returns and Notice to Exhibitor mail outs. Competitors should be familiar with these plans. FIRST AID During the Royal Adelaide Show, St John Ambulance provides First Aid Services but it is suggested that competitors have a basic First Aid kit if minor injuries are a possibility. RA&HS EMERGENCY FACILITIES Fire fighting and other emergency equipment must not be removed or used for any other purpose. Missing or unserviceable equipment should be reported to the Venue Management Office immediately.

SMOKING The RA&HS Smoking Code does not permit smoking inside buildings, within 10 metres of a building entrance, around combustibles, during public performances or while handling hazardous materials. TRAFFIC CONTROL The RA&HS Traffic Control Code imposes speed restrictions within the Showground. For the duration of the Royal Adelaide Show the speed limit is 10 kph.The use of vehicles inside the Showground is closely managed during the Royal Adelaide Show. Conditions of entry will be provided with the issue of Vehicle Entry Permits. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 1. All extension cords and electrical appliances must be tested and tagged in accordance with current legislation as per Australian Standards 3760. 2. Power boards with overload protection can only be used at the discretion of the Venue Manager. 3. The use of double adaptors is strictly prohibited. 4. Appliances and power cables must not be used or laid through any area that may become wet. 5. Power cables must not be laid across walkways, paths, roads or any area where damage could occur to the cable. 6. Bar (resistance) heaters are strictly prohibited. 7. Light sockets must not be used for any other purpose


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