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l the 2011 Royaw Adelaide Sho The Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society Of South Australia Inc. acknowledges the generosity of the 2011 Royal Adelaide Show Partners and Supporters Premier Partners

Major Partners

Corporate Partners

Medallion Supporters

As Spring arrives so does the Royal Adelaide Show. Always the first Friday in September and running for nine days, we look forward to seeing you at the Show this September 2-10.

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n average of half a million people attend the Royal Show each year, almost 30% of the State’s population. Generations have enjoyed the Show’s offerings and continue to do so. The Show is South Australia’s longest running and largest community event – it’s a State icon. In 2010 the Show received its second largest number of competitive entries in its 235-Show history – 30,087 entries – only 12 entries short of an all time record were received. So the call has gone out to anyone and everyone, if you can cook, knit, crochet, paint, take photos, breed cattle, sheep or pigs, or have a clever pet, the options are endless, why not compete at the Royal Show. There is something for everyone at the Show, amazing entertainment, a family carnival atmosphere, over 500 commercial exhibitors, animals, stunning horticulture displays and food to please all palates.

The Show magazine is published by WDM Design & Advertising Pty Ltd, Level 1/132 Greenhill Road, Unley SA, on behalf of the Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of SA (RA&HS). Published annually and distributed free to metropolitan households within Adelaide. Circulation 400,000. Publisher Neil Holthouse neil@wdmadvertising.com.au ph (08) 8372 9211 Marketing Manager Michelle Hocking mhocking@adelaideshowground.com.au ph (08) 8210 5211 Editorial Consultant Mercury Public Relations mercurypr@bigpond.com Advertising Sales Muscet Media peter@muscetmedia.com.au ph (08) 8463 1663

If you missed Jenny Gillies Blooming Marvellous last year, you will be pleased to hear that Jenny will be back this year – and it’s Naughty by Nature! performing five times daily. The ever-popular Bank SA Farmyard Nursery, Taste SA, The Meating Place and Farm Expo will all be back, providing entertainment and

There are five feature breeds at this year’s Show; Santa Gertrudis beef cattle, Corriedale sheep, Ayrshire dairy cattle, Schnauzer dogs and Berkshire pigs. The Show is a wonderful opportunity for city folk, in particular, to see large farm animals or even direct questions to a farmer. So make sure you spend time at the animal pavilions as the farmers enjoy sharing their experiences with the public. It’s with great pleasure that we acknowledge IGA as the Royal Show’s presenting partner for the next three years and the continuation of the Seven Network and Coca-Cola Amatil as Royal Show premier partners. The support and commitment of our partners and sponsors allows the Show to continue to grow and provide a wonderful experience for the broader community. The 2011 Royal Adelaide Show will be action-packed, it continues to be the one special must-do event for families each year; it’s definitely shaping up to be a wonderful Show!

John Rothwell

Michelle Hocking

Chief Executive RA&HS SA Inc

Marketing Manager RA&HS SA Inc

education.

Production wdm design & advertising, www.wdmadvertising.com.au Design Kate Swann, Matt Devries, Adam Moyle Photography John Kruger Whilst all care is taken to ensure the accuracy of information within The Show at time of printing, the publisher accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy of any information within editorial or advertisements. All material is copyright unless otherwise stated, or it may rest with the supplier of such material. Views expressed are not necessarily endorsed by the publisher or editor.

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ALL you need to know about getting TO The Show! Friday 2 September to Saturday 10 September 2011

OPENING TIMES The Show opens at 9am every day.

CLOSING TIMES The Carnival attractions operate until 10pm every night (weather permitting), except Saturday 3 September and Friday 9 September when they close at midnight.

If I’m lkeomse tot Please tae Station the Polic Show at The

You can collect a lost child disk at any of the information booths at the Show.

bargain days Adults at Kids’ Prices Wednesday 7 & Thursday 8 SEPT 9am – 1pm At these times only, adults, pensioners and students can enter the Show at the Special Child Price of just $13! After 1pm all entries will revert back to the normal price. Remember, all children under 5 years are free.

TICKETS

Purchase your tickets from any of the outlets above or at www.theshow.com.au

Admission Prices

Gate

Pre-Purchase Group Price* (20 or more)

School Group

Adult

$20.00

$18.00

$17.00

$14.40

Concession/Student

$16.00

$14.40

$13.60

$14.40

Child (5 years to under 15 years) $13.00

$12.00

$11.00

$12.00

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FREE

FREE

FREE

$47.70

$45.00

$47.70

FREE

Family Pass (2 adults 2 children) $53.00

* Pre-Purchase price applies before and during The Show (gate price applies from 2 September 2011)

PRE-PURCHASED TICKETS Buy your tickets ahead to save time and money! Special discounts apply at participating outlets for tickets purchased prior to attending the Show. • For all the information, check the Show website at theshow.com.au • or Venue*Tix online at

Concession • Full time students 15 years and over with a current Student ID card • Department of Veterans’ Affairs White or Gold Card • Commonwealth Seniors Card – issued by the Office for the Ageing

• participating Australia Post outlets

• Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card (PCC) and Health Care Card (HCC)

• selected IGA stores

• Companion Card accepted

www.venuetix.com.au

Carnival Cash

Available on each weekday of the Show, Carnival Cash can be purchased online and before 2 September ONLY. Purchase $100 worth of ride vouchers for $80 or $40 worth of ride vouchers for $35. Redeemable at participating rides and games. Now that’s a great saving! Buy at Venuetix or theshow.com.au

e s a h c r u p e Pr how Tickets S tember 2 for your yofourr be e Sep n i w o t e c n a ch Your chance to win private preview screening of ‘Johnny English Reborn’ in a 30 seat Gold Class cinema at Event Cinemas Marion with your family & friends! 10x runners up will receive a ‘Johnny English’ merchandise pack – each containing 1x kids tee & 1x adult tee & in-season pass to see the film! Rowan Atkinson returns to the role of the improbable secret agent who doesn’t know fear or danger in the comedy spy-thriller ‘Johnny English Reborn’. In his latest adventure, the most unlikely intelligence officer in Her Majesty’s Secret Service must stop a group of international assassins before they eliminate a world leader and cause global chaos. Only at the movies September 22! A Universal Picture © 2011 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved. Prize must be redeemed weekend prior to release date (Saturday 18 September 2011 or Sunday 19 September 2011)

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Getting there... Getting to the Royal Adelaide Show from every corner of metropolitan Adelaide is easy on the Adelaide Metro.

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ith over 30 Adelaide Metro public transport stops and services within easy walking distance of the Showground, make the

smart move and hop on a bus, train or tram to the Show – no parking hassles, no parking fees. Now that’s smart!

Special Royal Show Services Adelaide Metro operates special Show Direct services every day of the Royal Show.

The 21W Show Shuttle Bus is a Metroticket service that runs every 15 minutes daily from Currie Street stop V1 or Victoria Square stop U1 in the City to the Goodwood Road Bus Interchange at the Showground.

Adelaide Metro

The best ride

to the

Show Friday 2 to Saturday 10 September

Services depart Currie Street 8am (9am on Sunday), with the last shuttle leaving the Showground at 11.20pm Monday to Saturday and 9.20pm on Sunday.

To the Show Catch the Tea Tree Plaza Show Express bus every 30 minutes from 9am to 10pm Monday to Saturday and 9.30am to 7.30pm Sunday from Tea Tree Plaza Interchange Zone D, travelling via Paradise Interchange Zone B and Klemzig Interchange. The first three trips each day depart from Golden Grove Village at 8.45am, 9.15am and 9.45am. From the Show Departing from the Goodwood Road Bus Interchange at the Showground every 30 minutes from 9.45am to 10.45pm Monday to Saturday and 10.15am to 8.15pm Sunday. Regular O-Bahn services run approximately every 5 minutes Monday to Friday and every 15 minutes on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. Connect to the 21w Show Shuttle bus in the City at Currie Street stop V1. Other services Limited stop and express bus services on Goodwood Road and Anzac Highway will service stop 2 Goodwood Rd and stops 1 and 3 Anzac Highway during the Royal Show. $8.

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The Adelaide Metro Show Train Shuttle is a Metroticket service that runs every 15 minutes from 8.30am to 11.30pm. Direct from Adelaide Station to Showground Central Station, where you walk off the platform and into the Showground. Need More Information? For more information on all your Show travel needs, visit the Adelaide Metro website at adelaidemetro.com.au, call the Adelaide

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*$8.80 Daytrip ticket does not include entry into the Showground.

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What will you be seeing at this year’s Show?

amazing acts on the COKE stage Page 38

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Plan your day at the Show on your phone! Visit theshow.com.au on your mobile browser or download the app

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wine & Oysters Page 20

Did you know?

showbag

show bags

map Page 58

The competitive sections of The Show rely on the support of over 650 volunteer judges and stewards! From pigs to pigeons, cakes to craft – The Show would not go on without these amazing helpers! In 2011 The Show will welcome international judges and officials from Ireland (dogs), the United Kingdom (dogs), New Zealand (horses), the United States (cats), South Africa (Dairy Cattle) and Korea (Farriers and Blacksmiths). Competitions start page 22.

sample pretzels, pigs ears & piragi

Wild, wicked and wonderful blooms will be the theme of the fabulous Jenny Gillies performances at this year’s Show

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An oldie but a goodie! 40,000

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The Skymaster Ferris Wheel is a Show favourite – did you know...

2.5 revs

passengers

Skymaster Ferris Wheel is arguably the most popular

At top speed, the wheel does 2.5 revolutions

amusement at the Royal Adelaide Show, attracting

per minute.

40,000 people each year.

The Ferris Wheel is owned by Durkin Amusements from NSW. It was built in Sydney.

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carriages These are used in other cities when not in use at the Show.

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Marriage proposals

The wheel has seen its fair share of marriage proposals – the owners say they get at least two every Show.

years old At 42 years old, it’s the oldest fixed-location ferris wheel in Australia.

GS. REAL BLOKES DON’T BUY SHOWBA Real blokes rip out these coupons and redeem them for great deals at the Farmers Union Iced Coffee stand in the Dairy Hall at the 2011 Royal Adelaide Show.

Buy any 2 x 600mL Farmers Union Iced Coffee variants for only

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Buy a Farmers Union Iced Coffee 600mL and a Carton Holder for

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RRP $11

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Available for all 600mL Farmers Union Iced Coffee variants

Voucher only valid at the Farmers Union Iced Coffee stand in the Dairy Hall at the Royal Adelaide Show, 2011. Full terms & conditions at the Farmers Union Stand. While stocks last.

Voucher only valid at the Farmers Union Iced Coffee stand in the Dairy Hall at the Royal Adelaide Show, 2011. Full terms & conditions at the Farmers Union Stand. While stocks last.

Buy any 2 x 600mL Farmers Union Iced Coffee variants for only

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Voucher only valid at the Farmers Union Iced Coffee stand in the Dairy Hall at the Royal Adelaide Show, 2011. Full terms & conditions at the Farmers Union Stand. While stocks last.

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Voucher only valid at the Farmers Union Iced Coffee stand in the Dairy Hall at the Royal Adelaide Show, 2011. Full terms & conditions at the Farmers Union Stand. While stocks last.

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New rides in 2011... Flashing lights, excited squeals and pulsating music – checking out the rides in the carnival is a must for show-goers, young and old. 2011 sees several new rides join the Ghost Train, dodgems and other favourites. Look out for:

Sky Trail gets you to harness up and experience a uniquely designed obstacle course of ropes, beams and ladders over two levels. Jurassic Coaster a truly wild ride

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One for the family, Jurassic Coaster is a wild and crazy rollercoaster. Show-goers will find themselves plunged deep into the prehistoric past on this ride, with a tropical rainforest revealing dinosaurs and other creatures. Making its debut at the Royal Adelaide Show, owner Peter Melonas says while the ride is suitable for all ages, everyone should expect a few surprises.

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wizard flight The only one of its kind in the world, this ride has swinging cars that allow an adult to accompany a child on a whirlwind spin. With state-of-the-art LED lighting, this modern children’s ride will be a hit with the young and young at heart.

Described as “not for the fainthearted” by veteran showman Elwin Bell Senior, this extreme ride features a giant electronic arm that spins around, upside down, while sitting 40 metres above the ground. Made in Holland, the ride has been popular at Shows around the country – 2011 is its first time in Adelaide.


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Make your mark at the Showground Show supporters are being offered a rare opportunity to be a part of the future history of the Adelaide Showground. Members of the public can have one of 40 Maculata trees planted on Hamilton Boulevard named in their honour or in the memory of a loved one. A

journey back in time at the Show Archives & Museum pen every day of the Show from 10am to 5pm, the Archives & Museum provides an insight into the history of the Royal Adelaide Show and Royal Adelaide Wine Show, and is an important record of the beginning of agricultural, pastoral, viticultural and manufacturing industries in South Australia.

Archives & Museum is a must for anyone interested in our State’s history. It also demonstrates the continued relevance of the RA&HS to South Australia and the unchanging nature of our charter, which is to contribute to the success and promotion of primary industry in South Australia.

With the origins of the Society dating back to 1839 – just three years after South Australia was settled – and the

West Crescent at the rear of the grandstands. It’s also open by appointment at other times

first Show dating back to 1840, the

during the year.

there for the life of the tree – approximately 50 to 100 years. These lovely eucalyptuses, commonly known as Spotted Gums, are similar to their cousins, the Lemon Scented Gums, but have denser foliage with compact growth. A quick growing variety, they have white flowers in late spring and early summer. The commemorative tree sponsorship program costs $2,000 (plus GST), with all proceeds going to the Archives Foundation to help maintain the Society’s important historic records.

From an 1857 map of South Australia to the silver medal awarded to the Thomas brothers for their Champion Longwoolled Ram at the 1893 Royal Show, the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society’s Archives & Museum holds a fascinating collection of historical memorabilia.

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commemorative metal plaque will be placed at the base of each tree and will remain

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ago,

by it,” he says.

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intricate

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surrounding the organ pipes, and

for businessman Chris McDonald.

delicate folk art decorating the front.

Visiting the Barossa for work, Chris

Named Die Kleine Krummel – ‘The

became enamoured with the man’s

Little Crumb’ – it is one of only two

busking organ. When it came up for

of its size and type in Australia.

sale, Chris purchased the instrument

Chris’ repertoire ranges from classic

and began a sideline performing around Adelaide.

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European street organs of 120 years

polkas and waltzes, to old times melodies such as ‘If You Knew Suzie’

Originally from Belgium, the organ

and hits by Lennon & McCartney. He

is an authentic reproduction of

even plays Looney Tunes Medleys.

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“They keep trying to work out where it’s plugged in. I tell them it’s the only sound system that doesn’t emit greenhouse gases!” Chris will be performing daily at this year’s Royal Adelaide Show from 8.30am to 1.30pm at the Goodwood Road entry gate.


Book a Vintage Photobooth for your next event during the Royal Show and receive 1 hour extra rental A big selection of FUN props Personalised graphics FREE (value $370) Squeeze in and let the fun begin! Call now to book 0407 970 721 or email vintagesa@photobooth.net.au Quote SHOW11 www.photobooth.net.au

Don’t miss the photobooth at this year’s Show!

Seven Network Royal Show stand in the Jubilee Pavilion western foyer

Be a part of the action with your friends and take home a free photo memento of your time together at the 2011 Royal Show!

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Family ties Showing cattle at the Adelaide Royal is a tradition for the Braendler family.

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he Jervois-based dairy farmers have shown their prize-winning

studs won five of the six championship ribbons in the Ayrshire section,

Ayrshires at every Show bar one since 1970 and, for 12 years before that,

and Cher-Bar MP Incarnate, EX 2E, was named Adelaide Royal Champion

exhibited Jerseys. In 2011 they plan to take approximately 25 animals to the Show.

Cow for the third consecutive year. The farm also won the 2010 All Breeds Intermediate Champion title for

“Showing cattle is bred into us as a family – it’s a ritual almost,” says Scott Braendler, who owns the family’s Boldview Stud in conjunction with his mother, Lorraine, and sister, Cheryl Liebich, who also runs her own stud, CherBar Ayrshires. Scott’s wife, Sally, also helps out on the farm, as do their four and Cheryl’s two children, and all enjoy going to the Royal Show.

one of their stud Jerseys milked on the Boldview Farm, but owned by M & K Atkins. “We exhibit at the Adelaide Royal and the Murray Bridge, Strathalbyn and Mount Barker shows and have also shown at three International Dairy Week shows with good

“It’s a lot of hard work and takes many months of preparation but it’s a great opportunity to promote our studs and the dairy industry to the

show the best all-round cows.”

president of the Australian Ayrshire

who we often only see from year to year – to catch up for a reunion.”

Breeders Association, said the Adelaide Royal is known throughout the dairy show sector as being the best Royal in the country with great

day, Boldview is home to the largest Ayrshire herd in South Australia and the second biggest in Australia. Mr Braendler favours Ayrshires – the feature breed in this year’s Dairy Cattle section – because of their good temperament, ease of calving, good udders, low cost and low maintenance characteristics. “They also produce milk of great quality with good components of butterfat and protein,” he says. At the 2010 Royal Show, the combined Boldview and Cher-Bar

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ith its attractive reddy-brown and white hide and mild temperament, the Ayrshire is the pin-up girl of the Australian dairy cattle industry, described by breeders as the ideal cow for the commercial farmer. Originating in North Ayrshire, in Scotland, in the 17th century, the Ayrshire was the first dairy cow to be introduced to Australia in 1848.

Mr Braendler, who is also federal

“Plus, it enables all the breeders –

Milking up to 245 Ayrshires each

Ayrshire

success,” he says. “Other than the Champion Cow prize, the ribbons we most like to win are the Type and Production class and the Class Production ribbons, as these are the prizes that

general public,” he says.

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Highly adaptable, Ayrshires are able to produce high quality milk under a wide range of farm conditions, and have a long working life. The Royal Adelaide Show has traditionally been the second biggest Ayrshire showing in Australia –

facilities and a good number of high

surpassed only by International Dairy Week – so organisers are expecting a 15-20% increase in entry numbers for 2011, including a contingent from

quality animals. “And the dairy complex is secondto-none in Australia, giving the

Victoria and New South Wales.

public a great opportunity to see cows being milked in a wonderful environment.”

Judges look for an animal that shows good, sharp dairy bone; a good quality udder with a strong front attachment, good height and width of rear attachment; good teat placement and direction and a strong ligament. Feet and legs must be good, and the animal must display strength of top line with good capacity; spring of rib and width throughout,

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Best in Show a ‘Full bodied red’ ‘A

good full bodied red’ is the

Walmona Pastoral in Truro, like the

showing the cattle while he stayed

Doering. However, the real highlight

catchcry of the Santa Gertrudis

fact that Santa Gertrudis can handle

home and ran the farm.”

was last year winning the Most

Association and it’s an apt way to

all sorts of conditions – from cool, southern climates to dry heat –

However, even before the family

Successful Beef Cattle exhibitor of

describe this hardy and adaptable breed.

along with their ease of calving and

The feature breed in the Beef Cattle

“Santa Gertrudis are good walkers

originated in Texas in the United

and foragers and are well suited to

States

pastoral

and

were

introduced

to

country,”

says

Michael

Australia in the 1950s. They’re now

Doering. “They also have few eye

the fourth largest breed in Australia,

problems and are tick resistant.”

as

excellent

beef

producers and recognised for their mothering

ability,

good

health

record and longevity, with bulls regularly working up to 14-15 years and cows 13-15 years. Though more common in the northern parts of

the Show.”

remembers hanging around the

When it comes to judging Santa

cattle ring eagerly watching the

section for 2011, Santa Gertrudis

renowned

The Doerings, who also run sheep and cropping on their 11,000-hectare property, have been showing cattle at the Adelaide Royal for 25 years with much success and plan to take 20 cattle to Adelaide for this year’s event.

breed being judged.

Today, all the Doering clan come down to Adelaide for the Show, their daughter, Emily and son Sam; and Paul’s wife Debbie and their adult sons, Tim and Greg, who also work on the property.

more people aware of your business – you have to be seen,” says Mr

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and

how

See the Santa Gertrudis judging in the Beef Cattle Pavilion on September 2.

including Michael’s wife, Carolyn,

and as kids we were given the job of

of

for

muscling,

commercial setting.

he says.

“Our dad, Wally, started the stud

farmers

Doering,

looks

well the animal is going to fit into a

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judge

one of my earliest Show memories,”

tradition,” says Mr Doering.

Paul

soundness,

masculinity/femininity

more popular in Southern Australia.

and

the

structural

before we were even involved is

“Exhibiting at The Show is a family

generation

Gertrudis,

“Watching the judging of the Santas

Australia, the breed is becoming

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general hardiness.

started showing Santas, Michael

“Exhibiting at The Show makes

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Schnauzers one step ahead Described as the ‘dog with the human brain’, Schnauzers will be the feature breed in this year’s Dog competition.

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resident of the Schnauzer Club Mr Andrew Kidd says the

middle-sized Schnauzer can be trained “to do just about anything, from search and rescue to therapy work and sniffing out cancers”. “You can easily over-train Schnauzers in obedience and agility,” he says. “They always try to keep one step ahead of you which makes them a delight to live with. “They have a wonderful temperament and are great judges of character.” Developed 400 to 500 years ago in Germany and Austria, the original Schnauzer was a general farm dog, working sheep and cattle, catching rats and mice and guarding wagons. “Their special duty though was to watch over the children whilst older family members worked on the farm,” says Mr Kidd. “This led to their other nickname – the kinderwatcher or child minder. “Although

we

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people do not leave children alone with any dog these days, Schnauzers – as a general rule – have a love of children. “The Miniatures were developed as a smaller breed to keep the homes free of vermin whilst the Giant was developed to be a guard in the fields and paddocks.” According to Mr Kidd, the feature breed status along with the staging of the 25th Anniversary Schnauzer Specialist Show the day after Royal Show judging, is expected to entice a large number of entries, including a strong field from interstate.

“The trophy for Best Schnauzer Overall is expected to be fiercely contested.” Mr Kidd, who breeds and shows middlesized and Giant Schnauzers, will be entering 2 dogs this year. “My wife, Marion, and I have been competing at the Royal Adelaide Show since we were children,” he says. “I first showed a Papillon when I was 11 and Marion’s family showed Samoyeds when she was nine. We have not missed a Show since, not even when we lived interstate for two years, and have competed in both the conformation and obedience sections. “We have owned and shown all three breeds of Schnauzer, but our big love is the middle-sized breed, the original Schnauzer.” Schnauzer judging will take place on September 2. A talk about the breed will be held during the lunch break in the judging ring.

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Dual-purpose breed awinner for Lush family Fifth generation sheep farmer Brenton Lush can claim a long association with the Royal Adelaide Show – some 150 years, in fact.

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renton’s great, great grandfather

families who own the Maluka Stud,

One of South Australia’s longest

having passed away earlier this year.

was a judge in the sheep section

so there was a real sense of triumph

established farming families, the

They are kept busy running 400

in the mid 1800s when the Show

to win the occasional Champion

Lush’s Inman Valley property has

Corriedale ewes, 1200 commercial

was held in Botanic Park on North

Ram,” says Mr Lush.

been in the family since 1842 – just

ewes and 500 merino ewes on

“Prior to that, there was strong

six years after European settlement

adjoining leased land. They also

– and their Waitpinga farm dates

have a 260-ewe Poll Dorset Stud

back to 1896.

and run a commercial Shorthorn

Terrace, between the present Zoo and Royal Adelaide Hospital sites.

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from South

prominent

From a competitive perspective, the

Victorian

Australian

Fleurieu-based family has exhibited

studs, while more recently it has

Corriedale sheep at The Show since

been a challenge to win against the

the 1930s, often performing well in

Hunt (Wye Stud) and Jenke (Wattle

the ewe and ram classes.

Glen Stud) families.

“For many years there was a strong rivalry between the Lush and Secker

Their current stud – Corriedale Hills – was started by Brenton’s grand-

cattle herd of approximately 100 cows.

father, Hartley Lush, in 1926. Today,

“My grandfather chose Corriedales

the 900-hectare property is run by

because they provide several sources

“We still have a photo in the shed of a

Brenton, his wife, Jo, and mum,

of income – wool, lamb, mutton and

ram that won Champion in the 40s.”

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corriedales provide several sources of income – wool, lamb, mutton and skins. rainfall country and are easy to look after.” “These factors remain true and are exactly why we continue to run Corrriedales.” He and wife Jo’s young children, Nathan (8), Isaac (6) and Zoe (5), are

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he Corriedale was selectively cross-bred from pure Merino and Lincoln sheep in Australia and New Zealand in the 1870s, with the aim of

developing an animal with the ability to produce both meat and wool. Today, the Corriedale is renowned for producing good quality carcases of lamb, hogget or mutton and heavy cutting, bright fleeces. Flocks are also used for hand spinning. Second only to Merinos in term of numbers globally, Corriedales are docile, easy to care for, hardy and excellent mothers.

also keen helpers on the farm – not to mention enthusiastic show-goers.

Judges look for a sheep that fits the breed type: plain bodied, open-faced with dark pigment on the nose and hooves; a good carcase type for meat production; good, even white wool which is heavy cutting (25 to 30 micron)

“The hardest thing to do at the Show

and correct conformation.

– apart from winning Champion Ram – is keeping track of three children while holding sheep in a class,” jokes Mr Lush, who has plenty of his own childhood Show memories.

See the Corriedale judging in the Sheep Pavilion on Friday, September 2, at 9am.

“As a kid we would drive the sheep up in the old truck on the Sunday. The rest of the Show was closed so we would walk around the Showground while it was quiet and look at things until we got told off. “I also remember going around the Show with other sheep breeders’ kids and going on the rides.” These days Mr Lush’s attention is firmly in the sheep ring and, with Corriedales the feature breed in 2011, he’s planning to bring up to 22 sheep to Adelaide. “The Show is a great opportunity to see what other breeds and breeders are doing and to discuss the industry in general,” he says. “The tremendous venue is another highlight, and the Show is a great place to introduce city people to the farming world.” Photography: John Kruger

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Premium pigs are Kelly’s pride & joy Ever since Kelly Muster was a toddler, visits to the Royal Adelaide Show have meant spending plenty of time in the pig section.

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elly was often there helping her grandparents, Joy and Colin Lienert – who was awarded an OAM in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to the pig industry – prepare their prized Lynjoleen Berkshires ready for judging. Fast forward 15 years and Kelly is a successful exhibitor in her own right – in 2010 her favourite sow, Schoenfeld Wilpenna, won the

Champion Berkshire Sow of the Show and Kelly also won the Junior Pig Judging Competition. This year she plans to enter eight of her stud Berkshires. “My grandparents taught me the art of showing pigs,” says Kelly, joking that nowadays they share a friendly rivalry. “The exhibitors in the pig section are like extended family and I look forward to catching up with everyone each September.”

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Royal Show veterans, the Muster family – whose 1500-hectare farm on the outskirts of the Barossa is planted to wheat, barley, peas, canola, beans, oat and triticale – also exhibit in the Grain and Fodder Section and have won numerous prizes over the years for their grain and hay. Kelly’s Mum, Robyn, is also Vice Chairman of the Grains and Fodder committee and was the first female elected to the Adelaide Show Council. “We always stay in Adelaide close to the Showground for the duration of the Show,” says Kelly. “Each morning at 6am we make our way to the pig section to feed the animals and clean out their pens. We also wash the pigs prior to judging on the Sunday – it’s my favourite day of the Show.”

“The Berkshire breed is highly sought after for its marbling qualities. It’s regarded as the ‘Wagyu’ of the pork industry.” When it comes to Berkshires, the Muster family has a long association with the breed. They’ve kept the premium pigs for the last 30 years and Kelly, aided by mum Robyn, registered their first stud pigs in 2005. Brother Travis also assists, hammer-milling the pig feed and

supplying the straw which is used as bedding for the echo shelter. Kelly and Robyn deliver their Berkshires to the Kapunda abattoirs, Menzels, and sell direct to local chef Saskia Beer of Barossa Farm Produce and premium butchers Feast Fine Foods and Skara Smallgoods. And if looking after her prizewinning pigs isn’t enough, Kelly recently completed a Certificate 2 in Horticulture at Roseworthy Campus. She also works at a Barossa garden centre and is a keen tennis and hockey player. Photography: John Kruger

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Berkshires Originating in the United Kingdom, the Berkshire pig is the oldest recorded breed of pig in Britain. It’s reportedly a favourite of the Royal Family, who for years kept a herd of Berkshires at Windsor Castle. In Australia, Berkshires were the first breed to be registered in 1909. Berkshire pigs are black with six white points, including four white feet, a white tail and white on the face. In the judging ring, the Berkshire must have these six points. When judging stud pigs the judge looks for a sow with good teating, hams and conformation, and one that can walk properly. Pig committee chairman David Fechner says organisers are expecting a strong field of entries, including several interstate competitors.

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Cornucopia of delights Food focus for wine education sessions

Want to try the latest gourmet goodies? Sample a South Australian wine? Or perhaps you’re looking for the latest agricultural goods? The Royal Adelaide Show is packed with fascinating exhibitors all keen to share their secrets with show-goers. Here we preview just a taste of what’s on offer.

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how-goers can learn more about South Australian wine varieties

and food producers at free wine and food education sessions held in the IGA Pavilion during the Show.

Kytons Bakery

An initiative of the South Australian Wine Industry Association (SAWIA), in conjunction with the Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society, the Cellar Door Experience offers six, 20-minute educational wine tasting presentations each day. For the first time this year the Cellar Door Experience will partner with FoodSA to include food and wine pairing in

In South Australia, think lamingtons and the name Kytons springs to mind. The family-owned South Australian business has been baking since 1938, supplying hundreds of schools, childcare centres, sporting and community groups with delicious goodies for fundraising drives. The company’s famous lamingtons have twice been awarded first prize at the National Baking Awards and Kytons was a finalist in the Growing Small Business category of last year’s Premier’s Food Awards.

three of the six sessions. Attendees get to sample up to four wines at each session, guided by a professional wine educator and an SA food ambassador.

Attending The Show for their fifth year, Kytons can provide information on how a lamington drive can help your school, community or sporting group. Look out for the bright pink packaging and

Organiser Marcia Burnett says the

for Larry the six-foot lamington – he’ll be handing out colouring sheets, fundraising information and vouchers for the Kytons retail outlet at Edwardstown.

“They are a great way to learn about wine in a relaxed setting, and to discover more about South Australia’s diverse wine and food producing regions. “In one session we will be matching SA wines with local oysters, another will pair wines with matching cheese samples. “There will also be a session pairing three Barossa wines with Barossa Fine Food samples, which is sure to be a popular session.” The Cellar Door Experience wine education sessions are held daily on the hour from 1.30pm to 6.30pm. Limited to 40 people per session, they are offered on a first-in, best-dressed basis.

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Burk Salter Wines Another Taste SA regular is Burk Salter Wines from Blanchetown in the Riverland. Owner Jane Salter says The Show is a great opportunity for the family-run boutique vineyard to showcase their wines to the public, and to promote their stunning cellar door, which overlooks the Murray River. Burk Salter Wines will be offering tastings and sales of their full range during The Show – look out for their new vintage Sparkling Shiraz.

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The Passionate Foodie Chef Adam Bishop’s delicious range of dipping sauces, seasoning flours, garnishing oils and candied balsamic have attracted the attention of food-loving show-goers for the past three years. His Passionate Foodie business, a regular as the Adelaide Showground Farmers Market, will be back in the Taste SA pavilion in 2011, offering tastings, sales and cooking demonstrations. Look out for his new gluten-free range, including a delicious salt and pepper squid coating.

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Food from Latvia lovingly prepared Latvia – and its hearty cuisine – will be the first feature country in the Show’s cookery section this year.

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ne of the aims of the cookery

trying to master their recipes in the

competition, which attracts

lead-up!”

entrants from around the State, is to educate people about all types of cuisine and to showcase South Australia’s diverse communities. So among the usual breads, cakes, jams and preserves this year, there will also be pretzels, pigs ears and piragi

signatures

of

Latvian

Association

of

South

Australia member Mara Kolomitsev, who also runs the Latvian Museum

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Latvian

community

really

kicked off in South Australia in 1949, with the early arrival of immigrants from Europe after World War Two, and it’s still going strong. There are about 1000 Latvians currently residing in Adelaide. And cookery is at the heart of

cooking. Latvian

The

the culture. “Food is extremely important in Latvian culture as it is a time friends and family spend sitting

in Wayville, says it’s exciting to

around

the

be featured. “We are very honoured

together,” Mrs Kolomitsev says.

to be the first country to be

“Our most popular dish is piragi −

represented at the Show. There will

bacon rolls – which are served at all

be many in our community busily

special occasions.”

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among the usual breads, cakes, jams and preserves this year, there will also be pretzels, pigs ears and piragi.


The dish will feature alongside other fare such as Latvian birthday cake,

grandmothers, was a real art. “The women went to a lot of trouble with

which is traditionally baked for birthdays or name days. Mrs

the presentation. The butter on the table would never just be a slab, it would be made to look

Kolomitsev describes the dessert as “a saffron-scented bread, made from yeast dough with almonds, shaped into a figure eight”. Also featured will be baked quark cheesecake and pigs ears – deep-fried

like a flower design. With the potato salad, there’d be a radish done as a flower, with strips of gherkin decorating it too. It was all done with a lot of love, thought and effort.”

biscuits, covered in icing sugar in the shape of the animal’s ears. Plus, there will be gingerbread biscuits

Next year, Greece will be represented in the Show’s cookery section, further reflecting South Australia’s

(traditionally shaped in half-moons and stars at Christmas) and water

multicultural community.

pretzels, dubbed the “Latvian version of bagels”. Fellow member Valda Peddie says the traditional Latvian cooking, performed by their mothers and

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Four generations of exhibitors Few families can boast having four generations entered into the competitive section of the Royal Adelaide Show at the same time, however, the Harding clan has achieved just that.

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rom 86-year-old Great-Grandma Marj to 11-year-old Nickayla, the

Harding family are enthusiastic competitors in the Art and Craft Section, despite being spread throughout the country. GreatGrandma Marj resides in Western Australia, daughter Yvonne lives in Coober Pedy, and granddaughter Deb and great-granddaughter Nickayla now live in Edwardstown. Deb says that she was keen for the female members of the family to start a Royal Show tradition as a way of encouraging her daughter, Nickayla, to participate. “It’s something new and creative that we all can participate in and it’s great to show Nickayla that we can do something as a family,” says Deb. “With various age groups displaying their skills at The Show, it is a great way of keeping the skills alive which

Deb is entering mosaics, while her daughter Nickyala is trying her hand in the junior photography class. “Nickyala is very good at photography and is excited about entering her work,” says Deb. Come Show time, Deb says it’s great to see the family’s work on display. “For us, it’s not about winning – it’s the fun you get from participating and the pride you feel when you see your work on display.” Although Great-Grandma Marj and Nanna Yvonne are not able to make the trip to Adelaide to attend The Show, Deb will take plenty of video footage and photos of the displays to send to Western Australia and Coober Pedy. “Last year our involvement in The Show was the talk of the ladies in

to get involved.”

Coober Pedy, and it has actually encouraged some of them to enter this year’s Show,” says Deb.

In 2011 Great-Grandma Marj has entered two items in the tatting class

See the Art and Craft exhibits in the Goyder Pavilion.

encourages the younger generation

(an intricate form of lace-work), while Nanna Yvonne will be looking to repeat last year’s success in the crochet class, when she took out third prize.

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orget the footy finals, South Australia’s men will be battling it out in a different arena come Royal Show time, with the Art, Craft and Cookery committee introducing a men-only chocolate cake category in 2011. The brainchild of FiveAA radio presenter Amanda Blair – a keen supporter of the Royal Show cookery section – the Men’s Chocolate Cake competition requires entrants to whip up their favourite choccy cake. Icing and decoration is optional, though the cake must be round and 20cm in diameter. Art, Craft and Cookery chair Ann Bone said the committee was always looking for ways to include more of the community in their competitions and thought Amanda’s suggestion of a special class dedicated to the blokes was a fun way of achieving this. “Everyone likes a chocolate cake and with more and more men taking an interest in domestic cooking, largely due to the popularity of TV cooking shows, we thought this would attract those men who want to be involved but might not feel confident about cooking against the ladies,” says Ann. Amanda, who will also be guest judge, said the level of interest had been excellent for a first-time competition, and she was looking forward to tasting the entrants’ creations come judging day. “I think it’s tremendous that there has been a real return to the kitchen and am encouraged by the amount of entries for this category in its first year,” says Amanda. “I might even give extra points if they deliver their cakes wearing a traditional kitchen apron!” See the Art, Craft and Cookery exhibits, including all the prize winners, in the Goyder Pavilion.

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Good Food & Wine Show Return to the Adelaide Showground this October for a festival of food!

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ove tasting good food and drinking great quality wine?

How about meeting some of your favourite chefs, as they show you how to create fabulous and tasty meals live on stage? Whether you are a food lover, a home chef, wine connoisseur (or even a

wine beginner!), you won’t want to miss Adelaide’s newest food and wine event the Good Food & Wine Show!

Matt Moran; and Jamie Oliver’s

will be another key component

best mate, Tobie Puttock.

with appreciation classes, tastings

UK celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott,

The Good Food & Wine Show is

will be heading to Adelaide solely for the Good Food & Wine Show,

more than just a farmers market or

where he will share his diverse, delicious and simple approach to cooking. Visitors can see him entertain live on stage, and then meet him in exclusive book signing sessions. Other celebrity chefs, who will be in Adelaide to strut their stuff, will be French favourite, Manu Feildel; Master Chef

food pavilion. Exhibition Director James Laing describes the Show as something between a festival and a master class. Food lovers and home chefs of all abilities will find something to taste, learn and enjoy, he says.

and food and wine matching. “People want to get hands-on,” Laing says. “We’ve got cheese masterclasses, wine classes, and even pasta activities for children so they can play while mum and days make something amazing.” The Good Food & Wine Show will be on from Friday 7 October to Sunday 9 October at the

Along with the Celebrity Theatre

Adelaide Showground.

where visitors can see the chef’s live

Go to www.goodfoodshow.com.au

demonstrations, wine education

for all the show details.

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Girl Guides to compete at The Show competitions

quality quilts When keen quilter Margaret Kretschmer bought an esky full of fabric off-cuts several years ago year from a city tailor who was closing down, she knew they’d be perfect for creating waggas.

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lso known as Depression quilts, Waggas originated in the late nineteenth century when rural men and women would sew quilts for warmth made from rudimentary materials such as wheat bags, tailoring

decorative as well as utilitarian objects,” says Mrs Bone. “The fascination of these quilts comes from the fabrics used, be they yardage, remnants or scraps, and the

samples, flour and sugar bags.

intrigue from the way these materials are put together.”

“I love making waggas and quilting in general,” says Mrs Kretschmer of

According to quilt historian Dr

Unley. “I find it so therapeutic and creative – and it’s good thinking time as well.”

Annette Gero, the origins of the word ‘wagga’ are thought to have derived from Wagga Lilly flour sacks, made by the Murrumbidgee Co-op

The experienced quilter – who won first prize in the Traditional Hand

Flour Milling Co Ltd and used as stuffing for the quilts.

Quilting class of last year’s Royal Show – has entered two waggas made of tailor’s samples in 2011.

See the Art and Craft exhibits in the Goyder Pavilion.

Art, Craft and Cookery committee chair Ann Bone said the new class promised to unearth some “individual, eye-popping pieces of

Photography: John Kruger

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Engineering and Business students from Adelaide’s three universities are

Robotics Competition will be heading to the Malaysian Robofest

also able to volunteer on the Show stand as part of a Student Enrichment

2012, sponsored by the RA&HS Education Foundation, where their Show creation will compete against

Program (SEP), providing them with practical communication and networking skills and the opportunity

some of the best in the field.

to share their knowledge with the general public.

Organised Adelaide

and sponsored by electronics company

eLabtronics, the competition requires entrants to produce a commercially viable invention which uses programming of microcontrollers to perform tasks with eLabtronics’ ezSystem programs.

simple-to-use

The invention must add value to or improve the human condition or quality of life, and must be a viable business proposition with a marketable product. A prize for the best group invention is also up for grabs. Organisers have also secured two guest international judges for this year’s competition – Dr Jerry Madabakas, a world-renowned

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High stakes in robotics competition Budding electronics and engineering experts will have the chance to win a trip for two to Malaysia in this year’s Microcontrollers and Robotics competition, part of the Show’s Junior Art, Craft, Cookery and Technology section.

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said

in

addition

to

showcasing local technological achievements, the exhibit aimed to promote the importance of technology to the wider community. “Without

microchip

or

micro-

computer enabled products most of the technology and appliances in our homes would be useless. These fingernail-sized micro-computers can be found in microwave ovens, washing machines, televisions, mobile phones, cars, aeroplanes, hospitals, electricity and supplies – all modern household appliances use this technology.” According to Mr Choo, the competition has gained the attention of students in Malaysia

scientist who developed advanced

and other countries, helping to

imaging (camera) systems for the NASA Hubble Space Telescope, and Dr YKK (Yew Kam Keong), a self-described ‘mind unzipper’, author and

promote South Australia as the ideal location for international students. In fact, education specialist StudyExcel is sending one of its

internationally renowned expert on creativity who is recognised by the

managers to this year’s Show to observe the ezSystem Robotics

Australian Government Distinguished Talent.

Innovation competition.

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Show-goers can see all the entries

eLabtronics chief executive and competition organiser Mr Peng Choo said the Royal Show

at the eLabtronics stand in the Goyder Pavilion. Entrants in the main Robotics competition will present their working

competition gave tertiary and high

models on September 8 and 9. Free

school students the chance to apply their studies to a real-life scenario.

interactive games and demonstration workshops will also be held. For details visit www.elabtronics.com

“Not only must the entries display high quality technical knowledge, the competition also tests the students’ innovation, enterprise and creativity skills – all vital attributes in today’s business world,” he said.

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arshall’s animatronic human head was the centrepiece of

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moves in two axes and its mouth can be automatically synchronised to talk.” A one-metre diameter ferris wheel, complete with 128 lights, is another of Marshall’s creations, and he hopes to display this also at The Show. “I usually enjoy the process of making

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The ancient arts of farriering and blacksmithing will be showcased at this year’s Royal Show, with the South Australian Farrier’s and Blacksmiths Association to stage the national championship on the last three days of The Show.

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ompetitors from around Australia and overseas are expected to test their skills under the watchful eye of guest

judge Mr Greg Murray, currently head farrier at Sha-tin racecourse in Hong Kong and former head farrier at Lindsay Park Stud in the Barossa. Competition organiser and president of the SA Farrier’s and Blacksmith’s Association Mr Tim Hill said farrier and blacksmithing competitions have been held at rural and country shows in Britain and Europe for over 100 years. “The competitions are used for learning and up-skilling and for keeping traditional methods of farriering and blacksmithing alive,” he said. The competition includes several categories, including forging (making two therapeutic shoes in an allocated time frame); blacksmithing (making a fire poker or tool using blacksmithing skills); artistic blacksmithing (scroll-work for gates, houses etc); and two-man forging – a spectacular event that involves two men building heavy horse shoes with sledgehammers. A threeman draught event will also be held on the Saturday.

competitions

National championship keeps traditions alive “The horse shoeing event is the premier event,” says Mr Hill. “It’s judged in three stages – foot preparation, shoe making and final fit, where the shoe is actually fitted and nailed to the horse’s hoof.” The competition is run over three stages – open, intermediate and novice, with competitors progressing to the next level once 200 points are accumulated at a State level. The competitor with the highest point score after the national championship is declared the Open Winner, the title last year going to Tim Heeb from Queensland. The Farriers and Blacksmiths Competition will be held September 9 at the southern end of the Beef Cattle judging lawn.

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‘Thank a Farmer’ - look for me while you’re at the Show.

Farm Walk


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DAY ENTERTAINMENT Horses are on the Main Arena each day Grand Parade Woolworths Presentation Ute Parade

from 8.30am from 8.30am from 8.30am from 8.30am from 8.30am from 8.30am 3.00pm 6.15pm 12 noon 3.00pm 3.15pm

from 8.30am from 8.30am from 8.30am

Toyota HiLux Heroes

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ShowTime Freestyle Motor X Team Trackskill Ute Challenge Sheepdog Trials Polocrosse Tent Pegging EVENING PROGRAM Go karts Speedway farmer gets a bride dogs SA Superdog team toyoya hilux heroes tbc Trackskill ute challenge showtime freestyle motor X team fireworks spectacular

1.00pm

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7.00pm 7.30pm 7.45pm 8.00pm 8.15pm 8.30pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

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7.00pm 7.30pm 7.45pm 8.00pm 8.15pm 8.30pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

stages

COCA-COLA STAGE 11am 11.30am 12 noon 12.30pm (Sat 3rd only)

12.30pm (Sun 4th only)

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The Fairies The Crazy Pirates James BuStar - Juggler Channel 7 personalities Zimbabwe Brothers

1pm 1.30pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 4.30pm

Frequency One Luke’s Reptile Kingdom Energy Oz Zimbabwe Brothers Frequency One

5pm 5.30pm

Energy Oz

6pm

Zimbabwe Brothers

6pm

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7pm

James Reyne

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Luke’s Reptile Kingdom Bendy Em

and immediately after the fireworks each night... 9.10pm Chunky Custard GOYDER STAGE Map Ref N4 8.30am ABC Gardening Show (Sat 3rd only)

10am

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12noon

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ABC Gardening Show

SAPOL Jenny Gillies ‘Naughty by Nature’ Sophie Thomson

12.45pm Co-Opera 1pm Jenny Gillies ‘Naughty by Nature’ 1.30pm Horticulture Personality 2.15pm SAPOL (Except Wed 7 Sept) 3pm Jenny Gillies ‘Naughty by Nature’ 4.30pm St John Ambulance 4.50pm Co-Opera 5pm Jenny Gillies ‘Naughty by Nature’ 6.30pm Jenny Gillies ‘Naughty by Nature’ Goyder Plaza entertainMent Map Ref N2 10am – 5pm Sandman daily 2.30pm James BuStar - Juggler 4.30pm Bendy Em

superstars STAGE Map Ref D6 12 noon League of Sideshow Superstars 1pm Shane St James 2.30pm League of Sideshow Superstars 3.30pm Shane St James 5pm League of Sideshow Superstars 7.30pm National Wrestling Alliance

Westernentertainmentarena Pig Racing / Diving Map Ref B9 Daily @ 10.30am, 12noon, 1pm, 2pm, 4pm, 5pm Country rock entertainment Map Ref B9 Daily @ @ 10.15am, 11.45am, 12.45pm, 1.45pm, 3.45pm, 4.45pm

roving entertainment Goyder Plaza & Pavilion Map Ref M3 The Crak Pots @ 11.15am daily Scarecrows @ 11.30am & 4.15pm daily Kid’s Carnival & Goyder Pavilion Map Ref L2 Fairyland Butterflies @ 2pm, 3.45pm daily Kingsway entertainMent Map Ref F7 11am Royal Show Jesters 12noon Dan Burt & Dobbin 12.30pm Royal Show Parade Crash Test Dummies 2pm (& Motor Pavilion)

2.30pm 3pm 3.45pm

DEMONSTRATIONS Exhibition Milking Dairy Map Ref L16 3pm onwards PURA Milking Barn Map Ref I17 @ 9.30am, 11am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm, 4pm The Old Ram Shed - Sheep shearing Map Ref E11 Daily @ 10am, 12noon, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm Alpaca Shearing Map Ref B10 4-6 Sept @ 11am & 2.30pm the learning centre Map Ref D10 9am to 5pm daily Farm Expo Red Meat Demonstrations Map Ref D9 Sausage King Tastings @ 11am Sausage Making & Linking @ 12 noon, 2.30pm Lamb Product Demonstration @ 1.30pm, 4.30pm Beef Product Demonstration @ 3.30pm PIGS & PEOPLE Map Ref G16 11am, 1pm, 3 pm Daily Except Sunday & Monday. 11am only on Wednesday. DOG ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM Map Ref B2 Obedience Dog 7, 8, 9 Sept @ 6.15pm Agility Dog Trials 3 Sept @ 5.45pm Jumping Dog Trials 2 Sept @ 6.15pm Junior Handler Competition 4 Sept @ 9am Grooming Competition 4 Sept @ 9.30am, 2pm Best in Show 10 Sept @ 9am THE CELLAR DOOR EXPERIENCE Map Ref C9 Wine Tastings @ 1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm, 4.30pm, 5.30pm, 6.30pm Olive Oil Tastings @ 10.45am, 11.30am, 12.15pm

Bendy Em True Blue Emus Crash Test Dummies (& Motor Pavilion)

4.30pm James BuStar - Juggler 5pm True Blue Emus 6.30pm Redbacks Marching Band Meating Place & Taste SA Map Ref D9 1.15am Crazy Chefs The Old Ram Shed & Farm Expo Map Ref E11 3pm Scarecrows Dairy Food Hall Map Ref B8 11.45pm The Candymen Woodcutting Arena Map Ref D12 1.15pm Dan Burt (& Farm Expo) 1.15pm Lumberjack Jesters

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main arena A day at The Show isn’t complete without a visit to the Main Arena. But it’s not just the fireworks display that lures show-goers to this area – from 9am each day the Main Arena comes alive with a wide range of challenges, events and performances. Here’s some of our hot picks for 2011...

Showtime FMX Long-time crowd favourites, Showtime FMX are back for their 11th Royal Show appearance with a series of new gravity defying tricks. Daily 8.45pm

Trackskill V8 Ute Challenge

Farmer Gets a Bride A ‘wedding’ with a difference, this new event is a team race using rural and farm skills. See the bride, groom and bridal party arrive on different modes of transport whilst battling their way through a challenging obstacle course –

South Australia’s leading V8 ute racer, Gary Baxter, will take on top drivers from other forms of motorsport, including rallying, off-road and drift competitions, to demonstrate his style on the slippery Main Arena surface in his road-going V8 ute. Daily 8.30pm

The Grand Parade See the champion livestock of the Show paraded on the Main Arena by their owners and handlers. Witness these majestic animals adorned with their ribbons and sashes. On Wednesday, school students will parade the steers they have reared and prepared

including the page boy delivering the ring on a mini bike. Daily 7.45pm

for the Schools’ Led Steer Competition.

DogsSA Superdogs This clever team of dogs race each other and the clock through a series of jumps and obstacles. Back for their third year, the Superdogs love performing as much as the Adelaide crowd loves watching them. Daily from 7.30pm. Seepage33for the mainarena entertainmentpr ogram

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hilux heroes new recruit

The adrenalin will be pumping both on and off the track at the Royal Adelaide Show as the Toyota V6 HiLux Heroes return to the Main Arena with their world-class stunt show.

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onsisting of four of Australia’s top motorsport drivers – Jack Monkhouse, Dave Shannon, John Boston and new recruit Ian Dyk – the team perform their special blend of high-octane stunts and formation

grade to be a part of the precision

driving in front of millions of people across Australia each year, driving at major shows, motorsport events and trade days.

“Spectators watching the perform-

In Adelaide they will be performing a range of spectacular stunts, including one in which the driver

Driving a slightly modified version of

balances the virtually standard HiLux on two wheels and another

suspension

featuring an amazing 12-metre ramp-to-ramp jump. Other stunts include drifting, nose-to-nose

inch alloy wheels. Inside they’ve

driving, reverse hand-break turn flicks and high-speed crossovers – where four of the vehicles drive toward each other in an X formation. Driving at his first Royal Adelaide Show is 25-year-old Ian Dyk, who has progressed through the ranks of Go Karts, Formula Ford, Formula Three, Porsche Carrera Cup and the A1 Grand Prix. He’s one of only a handful of drivers to have made the

driving team and is looking forward to the challenge. “It’s an honour to be a part of this great Australian tradition,” says Ian.

ance may think some of what the team does is easy, but take it from me it’s all hard work.”

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modified exhaust systems and 16been tailored with sports seats, racing harnesses and a safety roll cage. Lead driver Jack Monkhouse says the vehicles have impressed the drivers. “The fact we are still performing in the original vehicles we launched the team with in January 2008 demonstrates

the

quality

and

unbreakable nature of the Toyota HiLux,” says Jack. See the Toyota V6 HiLux Heroes

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Adelaide’s Famous Poffertjes These mini Dutch pancakes are light, fluffy and the ideal Show treat. Made to a secret recipe, Adelaide’s Famous Poffertjes has been trading at The Show for 25 years and has an extremely loyal fan base. Find the stand at the Hamilton Boulevard.

A Show regular since 1964, Fun Foods is one of only a couple of operators who still offer fairy floss on a stick. Look for their brightly coloured outlet located south of the Show bag Pavilion. From the ubiquitous Dagwood Dog to freshly shucked South Australian oysters, the Royal Show has something to tempt all tastebuds. Here are some of our favourites:

Food, fabulous food

Garden Café An oasis in the beautiful Goyder Pavilion, this civilised café is the spot for a rejuvenating glass of champagne or light snack.

Fair Espresso New to the Show in 2010, this is the place to

Hot donuts For a guilt-free treat head for the Mount Barker Rotary Club caravan at the entrance of the Atrium Food Court. Staffed by volunteers, all of the club’s Royal Show profits go to service projects, including schools,

The CWA Café

charities, international disaster

go for a proper, baristamade coffee. Located at the rear of the Members Grandstand, all their coffee products are certified organic and fair trade – ensuring the farmers who grow the coffee beans in third world countries receive a fair price.

relief and environmental projects.

It’s difficult to resist the CWA’s delicious scones, served with jam, cream and a lovely cup of tea. The ideal pick-me-up for weary mums! Located at the west end of the Kingsway.

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Share a milkshake or traditional ice-cream Sunday in this 1950s-inspired milk bar, located in the Dairy Pavilion.


EVENT DIARY Boasting contemporary event & exhibition facilities. www.aeec.com.au

WHAT’S ON IN 2012 January Summer Bridal Ideas Expo

main arena

One man still steals the show

MONSTER TRUCKS

March ABC Gardening Australia Pregnancy, Babies & Childrens Expo

Amidst all the excitement and colour of the Royal Adelaide Show, over the years it’s been one timeless performer who consistently draws a crowd.

April Sunday Mail Home Living Expo June Body, Mind & Psychic Expo Adelaide Boat Show

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he man behind Dan the Music Man is Dan Burt, the One-Man Band, who describes himself as a “variety artist, balloonologist, musician and clown”. It’s clear from the looks on the children’s faces how much the crowds love him. With a humour that appeals to adults and children alike, Dan started performing at the Royal Adelaide Show 28 years ago. He remembers the early days carrying a huge marching drum around on his back, working out of Alice the Volkswagen, which he still has,

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Over the years his act has evolved to become a roving show: a mixture of the One Man Band; Dobbin the Wonder Horse – a fully animated

October SA Boat & Fishing + 4WD Adventure Show Good Food & Wine Show HIA Home Show Spring Bridal Ideas Expo

and flatulent puppet horse; balloons; gags and comedy routines. Despite performing at many Shows around Australia, Dan says he still finds the Royal Adelaide Show the “friendliest and best” Royal Show in Australia. “I find it a real honour to be frequently greeted by people who saw me perform years ago – often as children – and they ask me to entertain their kids now,” he says. “We share stories about the Show and what we’ve been up to since we last met, and they often ask to have their photograph taken with me. “I feel very privileged to have had over the years.” Dan will be performing his own brand of “music and fun for the young and the young at heart” each day of the Show from 12pm to 2pm.

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July MBA Building & Home Improvement Show Beauty, Body & Soul Expo August Caravan & Camping and Off Road Sale Science Alive!

hidden in a shed at home.

such an impact on so many people

February Carnevale Monster Trucks SA Caravan, Camping & Outdoor Adventure Show

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Frequency One

Raw Energy of the Zimbabwe Brothers This dynamic acrobatic troupe from Zimbabwe has performed in circuses, night clubs, festivals and casinos throughout the world. With raw energy and superb athletic ability, The Zimbabwe Brothers use a blend

Presenting a showcase of R&B, Soul and Top 40 pop hits, Frequency One is a powerhouse of Australian female vocals combining lush harmonies with glamorous costumes and dynamic choreography. The collective vocals of Talie, Kristen and Anjali have wowed audiences around the country, working alongside the likes of Kylie Minogue, Vanessa Amorosi, Cold Chisel, Keith Urban, Rogue Traders, Mental as Anything and Pete Murray. Performing daily at 1pm and 4pm.

of tribal beats and modern music as the soundtrack to their performance, which includes human pyramid building, hand balancing, high energy tumbling and incredible feats of strength. See them daily at 3pm and 6.30pm, except Sunday when they perform at 12.30pm.

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jam-packed line-up for Coke stage

From musical pirates to Aussie rock classics, the Coke Stage is the place to kick back, relax and enjoy top-quality entertainment. Starting at 11am daily, this year’s diverse program will feature crowd-favourites from the last seven years. e stage theRceofk erence

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Show-goers with pre-schoolers should head to the Coke Stage at 11am, where The Fairies’ Harmony and Rhapsody will make a daily appearance. There’ll

‘Home and Away’ cast members appearing at the Coke Stage Saturday 3rd September from 12.30pm

See bendy em bend! Daily at 5.30pM (except Sunday 4th September)

Are you or someone you know an independent musician passionate about establishing yourself in the Australian music scene? See page 31 for more details.

The Crazy Pirate Show

be plenty of fairy magic, singing and dancing to entertain the littlies.

Hang around after The Fairies and see this entertaining troupe of musical pirates take the stage in a treasure chest full of children’s music, song, comedy and slapstick. Designed to encourage children to get up and be active, there’s plenty of opportunity for kids to interact with the performers in this fun musical adventure. Daily at 11.30am.

Energy Oz Featuring five of Adelaide’s hottest male voices spiced up with two of our state’s best female violinists in a powerhouse of Australian music that blends outback Australia with urban Aussie rock. Show-goers will want to sing-a-long with the well-known Aussie tunes; cringe and laugh at our contemporary history; and even get out their air guitars! On stage daily at 2pm and 5pm.

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Cracker of a night This year’s fireworks at the Show are expected to be the most spectacular yet. Grant Freeman, the state manager of

something that will amaze and the

Once the Show date arrives, a team of

Howard and Sons Pyrotechnics, has

finale will leave a real impact.”

about ten people help stage the fully

careful with what you do”, though he wouldn’t be involved in any other

computerised show nightly. “Every

industry.

day, we bring down the fireworks

As for the usual debate about which

helped to put on the colourful display for the past 18 years – and the Adelaide company, established since 1922, has been involved for about 60 years.

While the display each night lasts ten minutes, it actually takes four months of planning and manufacturing the fireworks effects to put on the nightly

effects and then spend all day preparing them onto the trailers,”

While tight-lipped about the intricate

displays in the Main Arena.

Freeman explains. “Then we get out

details of this year’s display, Freeman

Thousands of fireworks are involved.

would say: “The design of the

These include everything from aerial

our tests, so we’re ready to fire that

fireworks show will be dramatically

shells, which rise into the air and

different to any other year − we

create magnificent colourful bursts, to

guarantee that − and we hope that

Roman candles, which eject one or

with the joining together with the

more

music, people will not only be

Freeman says: “Some whiz, some

entertained, but they’ll walk away

crackle and some do what we call

Working with explosives is a dangerous

with that wow factor.” As well,

‘lion’, where they semi-roar when

business and Freeman admits “it can

Freeman promises: “The beginning is

they go out.”

be tedious and you’ve got to be

stars

or

exploding

shells.

into the middle of the arena and do

coloured fireworks go higher, Freeman is quick to dispel any myths. “It all depends on the effect. If people want

night. Following the fireworks display

us to pick a colour, we usually say ‘blue’, but it really depends on how the fireworks are packaged or how

each night, we clean all the trailers of

much charge goes into it.”

the debris and then return the next day, with more fireworks, to do it all over again.”

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moving to the police beat If you hear the loud sound of trumpets, drums and guitars at this year’s Show, it will most likely be coming from The Band of the South Australia Police. The full-time band, established way back in 1884, will be performing regularly at the Showground.

All the bone crunching, back-breaking action of the National Wresting Alliance (NWA) will hit the Superstar Stage each night of the Royal Show this year.

Drum major Sergeant Adam Buckley says he can remember seeing the police band at the Show as a child and was rapt to be involved this year. “We get to play to a lot of people who may never have seen the band before or have only had limited exposure.” Audiences may be familiar with the band’s ceremonial

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role at public events like the Christmas Pageant and the ANZAC parade, but it’s also known for its unique, highenergy displays. There will be five free, daily, half-hour performances at the Show, including a lunchtime parade. The performances at the Goyder Pavilion will be at 10.15am

at 12.30pm. The parade will start by the grandstand, head up to the food court towards Goodwood Rd, then return back via the Dairy Pavilion, ending at the grandstand again. Sargeant Buckley reckons Show-goers won’t be able to miss them: “We’re a pretty big noise coming towards people!”

The event will culminate in a huge

will be set up to showcase the best wrestlers from around the country, including NWA Australian Champion Robby Heart and ‘Jag’

‘Royal Show Rumble’, where all competitors will battle it out on the last night of the Show for the Royal Show Cup.

and international wrestlers will also feature.

“The winner last year was Adelaide’s own ‘Wreckin Ball’ Will Gibson, who defeated 13 other wrestlers to

“Robby Heart is huge in Australia at

win,”

the moment, and this is a great chance to see him in action before he heads off overseas to other matches,” says organiser, Rhiannon Clews.

spectacular!”

“The events are for people of all ages, and fun for the whole family.”

The musical outfits on show will range from a four-person ensemble to an 18-piece band, with music styles

Fans will get the chance to meet the stars after each show, and children will be able to get photographs and

encompassing everything from TV show themes to funky, Aretha Franklin-style ditties. Instruments being heard will

autographs. And photos of each night’s action, along with event results and upcoming matches, can

include the trumpet, saxophone, clarinet, flute, drum, bass guitar, and voice. The band, which shot to fame in 1990 with an appearance at the famed Edinburgh Tattoo, will also have CDs available at special prices at the Show. O F F I C I A L M A G A Z I N E O F T H E R O YA L A D E L A I D E S H O W |

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Hartley Jackson. Special guest female

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says

Rhiannon.

“It

Matches will begin at 7.30pm each evening, with each show lasting around 45 minutes. Find the Superstars Stage near the Western Show entrance, close to the Kingsway Food Court.

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Stunning gillies floral creations return in 2011 Wild, wicked and wonderful blooms will be the theme of the fabulous Jenny Gillies performances at this year’s Show.

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he popular fabric and costume artist will be back at the Royal Adelaide

Show for her third consecutive year with a stunning new production, Naughty

humorous antics in my ‘garden’ of delight, beauty and hilarity. I am also delighted to welcome some more

By Nature.

Australian in 2011.

Based in the New Zealand city of Christchurch, which suffered a devastating earthquake earlier this year, Jenny says 2011 has been “a year from hell” for the team behind the production.

“As well as the live performances I will also have a large static display featuring a variety of ‘rose’ and ‘peony rose’ creations, which provides a great opportunity for the audience to appreciate the intricate workmanship of

“In our Adelaide performances I will be trying to establish a balance between pathos and humour which reflects our experiences but also projects our hope for the future,” she says. “A new theme for this year’s show will be the inclusion of some common

dancers

to

my

team

my costumes and floral creations.” Jenny Gillies’ Naughty By Nature will show five times daily (four on Sunday) in the Goyder Pavilion.

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TEDDY BEAR CORNER Celebrating 10 years at the Royal Adelaide Show! The Teddy Bear Corner will be presenting its annual collection of Teddy Bears, Webkinz, Nooks & Beanie kids including the 2011 Beanie Kid Show Bag only $25.00 JUBILEE PAVILION KIDS ZONE F29 SAUNAS AND SPAS The Sauna King and Affordable Spas offer quality spas and saunas with unbeatable value for money. With local backup service here in Adelaide. Jubilee/Goyder W37

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Arguably Australia’s most favourite biscuit company Arnott’s is coming to the Royal Show. The company has five new Showbags on offer to satisfy all ages and tastebuds. Kids and teens will love the Tiny Teddy, Shapes and Wagon Wheel Showbags, while all the family can enjoy the Arnott’s Family Deal bag. And high on the wish-list for most mums, wives, daughters and girlfriends will be the new Tim Tam Showbag. It’s big, boisterous and very black. The TRIPLE M Showbag is back in 2011 and it’s bigger than ever, featuring a huge TRIPLE M backpack, t-shirt, cap, mug and more. Available only at The Show for $20.

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1 x BK Activity Book

1 x BK Exclusive Show Bag

“We’re known as the Beanie Kids people,” he says, referring to the plush-toy collectible that has become a hit with children around the world.

1 x BK Frisbee

1 x BK Collector’s Guide

“For many families it’s become a tradition to visit our stand and we’ve watched little kids become big kids over the ten years we’ve been at The Show.” 1 x BK Maze Game

As well as offering a full range of Beanie Kids, David’s two stands – one in the Jubilee Pavilion and one in Show bag Hall – sell a selection of teddy bears, the BK Show bag and Webkins Show bag.

1 x BK Book Mark

1 x BK Ring

“This year we are also offering a Nooks Show bag, which is a new collectable coming onto the marketplace.” 1 x BK Bouncy Ball

According to David, The Show is the ideal way to promote his business due to the high volume of people that come through the gates. “The Show is our biggest promotional event for the year – it takes three weeks for us to put everything together. “But the expressions and joy on the children’s faces makes it all worthwhile.”

1 x Jacko the Stockman voucher

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on a family pass to the 2011 Royal Adelaide Show.

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ince 1988, the Yellow Brick Rd.

particularly parents with young ones

has been one of the Show’s most

− and they see it as good eating. You

popular components − almost as

can get double the value in food for

magical

what you pay.”

to

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as

that

discovered by Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.

to go from start to finish. Show-goers

a map and re-useable carry bag and

can get started on the trail, then

can then follow their nose around

meander

the trail’s 13 stops, collecting healthy

else, before re-joining it again –

treats along the way.

whatever suits.

Bob Snewin, who has been on the

Over the years, the product mix has

Yellow Brick Road committee since

changed,

the beginning, says: “The original

availability,

idea for it was to support local

boiled eggs to bags of pasta.

been about healthy eating and

Follow the Yellow brick Rd The Yellow Brick Road is the ‘passport’ to healthily tracking your way around the Royal Adelaide Show.

to complete, though there’s no need

On payment of $10, patrons receive

agriculture, but it has also always

show bags

The trail can take a couple of hours

covering the five food groups.”

off

ranging

on from

the hard-

pick up everything from a ‘go-gurt’ (a kids’ yoghurt, which can be squeezed

Each year, up to 20,000 bags are

out of the tube directly into the

snapped up by trail-goers, with a

mouth, rather than using a spoon) to

total of 18,600 bags being handed

a loaf of bread, an orange, carrots, a

out last year. It’s a big jump from the

fruit roll-up and a muesli bar.

early days of filling up just 5000 bags per Show.

Sign up for the Yellow Brick Road at five major selling sites at the Show:

Snewin says the growing popularity

the entrances at Goodwood Road,

of the trail makes sense. “People

Leader Street and Rose Terrace,

recognise it as a good value bag –

and at the Dairy Food Hall.

Purchase of the Yellow Brick Road Showbag includes a copy of The Advertiser or Sunday Mail.

2011

something

This year Yellow Brick Roaders can

Simply look for one of the Yellow Brick Rd. booths so you can purchase your map and bag for just $10 and start collecting some great healthy treats. Do your bit for the enviroment – if you bring back your Yellow Brick Rd. bag from any previous year’s Show, we’ll give you 50¢ off the cost of your new bag.

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South Aussie icon a show bag fave This year the Charlesworth Nuts Royal Show team will throw open the doors for their 24th successive year at the Show.

family member Brett Charlesworth revealed the secret to this overwhelming success: “It’s really simple. We just set out to make our Showbags chock-a-block full of Charlesworth products, with no added gimmicks or novelties, and then sell them at a heavily discounted price. In other words, old-fashioned show bags the way they were meant to be.” “We believe the Show is all about family and having fun and I

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guarantee if you visit our stand you’ll see that our Show Team certainly live up to this,” he said. “We select people who love the fast pace and energy of the Show and they have an absolute ball, which is great for our customers.” As an added bonus for South Australia the products are made at Charlesworth Nuts’ Marion factory and packed into show bags by a dedicated Show Team. Charlesworth Nuts has been a South Australian family business since 1934 and is a member of the Family Business Hall of Fame in recognition of its iconic status. Find Charlesworth Nuts in the Showbag Pavilion.

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j u dgi ng progr a m SECTION ALPACAS AQUARIUM FISH ART PURCHASE EXHIBITION

BEEF CATTLE

CAGED BIRDS

DESCRIPTION Suri sections followed by fancy classes followed by Huacaya classes Junior Handler Classes Production Classes Fleece Classes Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show North Ring: Poll Hereford followed by Limousin followed by Santa Gertrudis (Feature Breed) South Ring: Shorthorn followed by Charolais followed by Simmental followed by Beef Shorthorn followed by Belted Galloway North Ring: Charolais followed by Simmental followed by Limousin South Ring: Santa Gertrudis followed by Gelbvieh followed by Belted Galloway North Ring: Angus followed by Red Angus South Ring: Murray Grey followed by Red Poll North Ring: Australian Lowline followed by Dexter followed by Square Meaters followed by Highland South Ring: Blonde d’Aquitaine followed by South Devon State Junior Paraders Competition National Junior Paraders’ Competition Champion Interbreed Sire’s Progeny followed by All Breed Junior Champion Pair followed by All Breed Supreme Champion Pair Herdsperson’s Competition National Young Judges Beef Cattle Judging Championship Budgerigars – 2010 – 2011 Rung Birds and Canaries Budgerigars – Novice Breeders and Finches Zebra Finches Budgerigars – Open Other Caged Birds

DATE Fri 2/9 Fri 2/9 Sat 3/9 Sat 3/9

TIME 9.30 am 5.00 pm 9.00 am 10.00 am

LOCATION Alpaca & Goat Pavilion Alpaca & Goat Pavilion Alpaca & Goat Pavilion Alpaca & Goat Pavilion Pet Centre Goyder Pavilion

Fri 2/9

9.30 am

Beef Cattle Judging Lawn

Fri 2/9

1.00 pm

Beef Cattle Judging Lawn

Sat 3/9

9.30 am

Beef Cattle Judging Lawn

Sat 3/9

3.30 pm

Beef Cattle Judging Lawn

Sun 4/9 Sun 4/9

9.30 am 12.00 noon

Beef Cattle Judging Lawn Beef Cattle Judging Lawn

Sun 4/9

3.00 pm

Beef Cattle Judging Lawn

Mon 5/9 Mon 5/9 Fri 2/9 Mon 5/9 Wed 7/9 Thu 8/9 Fri 9/9

9.00 am 10.30 am 8.30 am 8.30 am 8.30 am 8.30 am 8.30 am

Beef Cattle Judging Lawn Beef Cattle Judging Lawn Pet Centre Pet Centre Pet Centre Pet Centre Pet Centre

‘One Heart, One Land’ F

ive years ago the concept of

bedrock – in the throes of disaster?

our presence and commitment to

Along

LandAid was born when a

The strength and pride of this

helping unify, restore and perpetuate

exchanging information, we will be

brave and proud family, uprooted

family inspired a few good people

rural communities ravaged by fire,

showcasing

from a farm they couldn’t even

to take that first step, becoming

flood, drought, earthquake or social/

already has underway aimed at

sell, arrived at the door of one of

LandAid. We then took the next

economical disasters. Sponsored by

helping rural communities glean

our directors with but what their

step… and the next… finally

the Adelaide Showgrounds and the

prudent support and information.

ute would carry.

arriving where we are today – at

generosity of organizations and

These programs include: a unique

the launch pad – committed to

individuals sharing LandAid’s vision

rural

This prompted the director to ask ‘Why?’. Why was so little being done to avoid such tragedies? Why had no one taken the first

helping rural communities look after themselves and their own when hard times happen.

and mission, we begin interacting with the public, interfacing and listening to the unique needs and

rural

At this year’s Royal Show, LandAid

concerns of all rural and local folks

communities – our country’s very

launches nationally, announcing

stopping by our booth.

step

to

look

after

with

collecting

programs

linking

service

appropriate

grants

(‘GrantSource’)

2011

called

possibilities

for

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your phone Plan your day at the Show on your phone! Visit theshow.com.au on your mobile browser or download the app

SECTION CAKE DECORATING

CATS

DESCRIPTION Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show Siamese, Oriental Shorthair, Oriental Longhair, Foreign White Shorthair, Foreign White Longhair and Balinese Russian, Abyssinian, Simali, Australian Mist, Singapura, Burmilla, Ocicat, Egyptian Mau Birman, Norwegian Forest Cat, Turkish Van, Maine Coon, Siberian, Scottish Shorthair, Scottish Longhair Burmese, Bengal, Bombay, Japanese Bobtail, Korat Devon Rex, Cornish Rex, Sphynx, la Perm, Selkirk Rex Shorthair, Selkirk Rex Longhair Breeders and Club Day, Domestic and Part Pedigreed British Shorthair, Scottish Fold Shorthair, Scottish Fold Longhair, Manx Persian, Exotic and Ragdoll All Major Prize Winners

CAVIES

COOKERY

DAIRY CATTLE

Fruit Cakes & Puddings, Open Cookery, Latvian Cookery – Sweets, Open and Junior Preserves (including Councillors Marmalade) Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. Junior Classes, Professional Baking Competition, Latvian Cookery – Savoury, Royal Adelaide Show Feature Classes Interbreed Judging Junior Show Competition Ayrshire (Feature Breed) & Jersey Holstein & Illawarra State Young Judges Championship Guerseny Brown Swiss National Young Judges Championship National Young Handlers Championship, State Young Handlers Championship

DECORATED BICYCLE COMPETITION DOG GROOMING COMPETITION DOG PHOTOGRAPHIC COMP DOG WEIGHT PULL COMPETITION

DOGS

Poodles/Bichon Frise, Terriers & Schauzers Others/Mixed, Creative Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show Refer Dog Judging Programme Breeders’ Team Class 187a Refer Dog Judging Programme Breeders Team Class187b Sunday Specials - Refer Dog Judging Programme RA&HS Junior Handler Competitions State Finals – ANKC Junior Handlers Chairman’s Guineas Refer Dog Judging Programme Breeders Team Class 187c Refer Dog Judging Programme Breeders Team Class 187d Refer Dog Judging Programme Breeders Team Class 187e Refer Dog Judging Programme Breeders Team Class 187f Refer Dog Judging Programme Breeders Team Class 187g Group Specials, Best in Show, Best Breeder Team in Show

FARRIERS & BLACKSMITHS CHAMPIONSHIPS FLYBALL COMPETITION FRUIT – COMMERCIAL GIRL GUIDES

DATE

TIME

LOCATION Goyder Pavilion

Fri 2/9

9.00 am

Pet Centre

Sat 3/9

9.00 am

Pet Centre

Sun 4/9

9.00 am

Pet Centre

Mon 5/9

9.00 am

Pet Centre

Tue 6/9

9.00 am

Pet Centre

Wed 7/9 Thu 8/9 Fri 9/9 Sat 10/9 Sat 10/9

9.00 am 9.00 am 9.00 am 9.00 am 9.00 am

Pet Centre Pet Centre Pet Centre Pet Centre Pet Centre Goyder Pavilion

Wed 7/9

10.00 am

Goyder Pavilion

Wed 7/9 Sun 4/9 Mon 5/9 Tue 6/9 Tue 6/9 Wed 7/9 Wed 7/9 Wed 7/9

11.30 am 3.30 pm 9.30 am 9.30 am 3.30 pm 9.00 am 9.30 am 1.30 pm

Dairy Cattle Judging Lawn Dairy Cattle Judging Lawn Dairy Cattle Judging Lawn Dairy cattle Judging Lawn Dairy Cattle Judging Lawn Dairy Cattle Judging Lawn Dairy Cattle Judging Lawn Dairy Cattle Judging Lawn

Wed 7/9

TBA

Dairy Cattle Judging Lawn

Sat 10/9 Sun 4/9 Sun 4/9

9.00 am 9.30 am 2.00 pm

Fri 9/9 Fri 2/9 Fri 2/9 Sat 3/9 Sat 3/9 Sun 4/9 Sun 4/9 Sun 4/9 Sun 4/9 Mon 5/9 Mon 5/9 Tue 6/9 Tue 6/9 Wed 7/9 Wed 7/9 Thu 8/9 Thu 8/9 Fri 9/9 Fri 9/9 Sat 10/9 Fri 9/9 Thu 8/9 Sat 10/9 Sat 10/9 Thu 1/9

3.00 pm 9.00 am *** 9.00 am *** 9.00 am *** *** 6.00 pm 9.00 am *** 9.00 am *** 9.00 am *** 9.00 am *** 9.00 am *** 9.00 am 9.00 am 9.00 am 9.00 am 9.00 am 12.00 noon

Leader Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion TBA Leader Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Beef Cattle Judging Lawn (south) Beef Cattle Judging Lawn (south) Beef Cattle Judging Lawn (south) Dairy Cattle Judging Lawn Goyder Pavilion

Cooking Classes and other than Cooking Classes. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show.

Goyder Pavilion

*** Completion of Judging

2011

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GOATS

GRAINS & FODDER HONEY HORSES – LED STOCK

HORSES IN ACTION

HORTICULTURE

JUNIOR – DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY JUNIOR – HOME ECONOMICS JUNIOR – SPECIAL NEEDS JUNIOR ART, CRAFT & DESIGN LED STEERS

OBEDIENCE & AGILITY DOGS

OPEN ART & CRAFT

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION PIGS

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DESCRIPTION Mohair Fleeces Dairy Goats Angora Goats Boer Goats Angora Junior Paraders Competition & Young Judges Championship Led Goat Wether – On Hoof Led Goat Wether – On Hook Fodder, Wheat & Triticale, Prepared Seed & Pulses, Barley & Oats and Oilseeds. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. All classes except Australian Stock Horse. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. Led & Ridden Australian Stock Horse Dressage Classes. Judged pre-Show. Refer HinA Timetable Refer HinA Timetable Young Judges Championship Refer HinA Timetable Refer HinA Timetable Refer HinA Timetable Refer HinA Timetable Refer HinA Timetable Refer HinA Timetable Refer HinA Timetable Orchids. Judged pre-Show but see the display of Orchids during the Show. Bonsai – Artistic & Deciduous, Ferns, Plants in Containers. Judged pre-Show but see the display of Bonsai during the Show. Scarecrow Competition. Judged pre-Show Camellias (Day 1) and Daffodils Junior & Teenage Sections Camellias (Day 2), Flowering Annuals & Perennials, Trees & Shrubs Bonsai Evergreen Australian Native Plants and Camellias – Day 3 Including Robotics. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. On Hoof On Hook (not open to public) Master, Open, Excellent and Novice Jumping Master, Open, Excellent and Novice Agility Utility Obedience Open Obedience Novice and CCD Obedience Egg Artistry, Computerised Machine Embroidery, Embroidery, Cross Stitch, Long Stitch Tapestry/Canvas, Dolls, Millinery, Dressmaking, Ceramics, Porcelain Art, Class 324 – Special Needs Art & Craft, Calligraphy, Teddy Bears, Needle Sculptured Dolls, Basketry, Handspinning & Weaving, Hand Felting, Folk Art & Decorative Painting, Decoupage, Paper Tole, Leatherwork, Woodwork, Models, Special Needs (other than Cl 324) Tatting & Lace, Hand Knitting, Machine Knitting, Crochet, Scrapbrooking, Parchment Craft, Quilling, Mosaic, Any Other Article Quilt Competition Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. Ring 1 – Large White followed by Landrace Ring 2 – Berkshire followed by Duroc/ Any Other Breed Ann Cook Memorial Trophy, Junior Pig Judging Competition, Best Two Baconer Type Sows, Commercial Pork & Bacon Competition

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DATE Thu 25/8 Sat 3/9 Wed 7/9 Wed 7/9 Thu 8/9 Thu 8/9 Sat 10/9

TIME 9.00 am 9.30 am 9.30 am 1.30 pm 9.00 am 2.30 pm 8.00 am

LOCATION Alpaca & Goat Pavilion Alpaca & Goat Pavilion Alpaca & Goat Pavilion Alpaca & Goat Pavilion Alpaca & Goat Pavilion Leader Pavilion P & D Exports, Payneham Poultry & Pigeon Pavilion Goyder Pavilion

9.00 am

Main Arena

Sat 10/9

11.00 am

Fri 2/9 Sat 3/9 Sat 3/9 Sun 4/9 Mon 5/9 Tue 6/9 Wed 7/9 Thu 8/9 Fri 9/9 Sat 10/9

8.40 am 8.40 am 12.00 noon 9.00 am 8.30 am 8.40 am 8.30 am 8.40 am 9.00 am 9.00 am

Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Goyder Pavilion

Thu 1/9 Fri 2/9 Sat 3/9 Mon 5/9 Tue 6/9 Thu 8/9

2.00 pm 11.00 am 10.00 am 11.00 am 11.00 am 11.00 am

Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion

Thu 8/9 Sat 10/9 Fri 2/9 Sat 3/9 Wed 7/9 Thu 8/9 Fri 9/9

9.00 am 8.00 am 6.15 pm 5.45 pm 6.15 pm 6.15 pm 6.15 pm

Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion Leader Pavilion T & R Pastoral, Murray Bridge Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Dog Pavilion Goyder Pavilion

Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show.

Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion

Fri 26/8

11.00 am

Goyder Pavilion Goyder Pavilion

Sun 4/9

9.30 am

Pig Pavilion

Mon 5/9

9.15 am

Pig Pavilion


SECTION RABBITS SA DAIRY AWARDS

DESCRIPTION Fancy & Lop Breeds Fur and Rex Breeds Showjumping Dairy Products Dairy and Chocolate

SHEAF TOSSING

SHEEP

Border Leicester, Corriedale – Feature Breed, Polwarth, Dorset Horn, Southdown, White Suffolk Drysdale, Cheviot Lambplan Production Classes Ryeland, Texel, Poll Dorset, Romney, Suffolk White Dorper, Dorper and Hampshire Down National Young Judges Meat Sheep Judging Championship Champion Interbreed Pen of Three Rams under 1 ½ years Supreme British Breed Group Supreme All Breeds Group Champion Interbreed Lamb Production Terminal Maternal Competition – Lamb Production Class 1 Supreme Champion Prime Lamb & Maternal Breeds Ewe & Supreme Champion Prime Lamb & Maternal Breeds Ram State Young Judges Meat Sheep Judging Championship Main Ring – Prime SAMM North Ring – March Shorn Merino & Poll Merino North Ring – Agricultural Schools Competition, Prime SAMM Objective Measurement Class, August Shorn Merino & Poll Merino Classes North Ring - AugustShorn Merino & Poll Merino Classes (continued) South Ring – Prime SAMM Young Judges Championship North Ring – National Merino Sheep Young Judges Championship North Ring – State Merino Sheep Young Judges Championship Merino & Poll Merino Fibre Meat Plus Class Merino & Poll Merino Objective Measurement Class followed by Trophy Presentation

SHEEP DOG TRIALS SHEEP SHEARING COMPETITION

TENT PEGGING

UTE MUSTER WHIP CRACKING CHAMPIONSHIPS

WOODCUTTING

WOOL

Refer Woodcutting Programme Refer Woodcutting Programme Refer Woodcutting Programme Refer Woodcutting Programme Refer Woodcutting Programme Refer Woodcutting Programme Refer Woodcutting Programme Refer Woodcutting Programme Refer Woodcutting Programme General Classes. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. General Classes and Carpet Wool. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. Lambswool classes. Judged pre-Show but see the display of entries during the Show. North Ring – State Young Judges Fleece Judging Championship North Ring – National Young Judges Fleece Judging Championship

DATE Sat 3/9 Sun 4/9 Wed 7/9 Weds 6/7 Thurs 7/7 Fri 9/9

TIME 9.30 am 9.30 am 10.00 am 8.00 am 8.00 am 10.00 am

LOCATION Pet Centre Pet Centre Pet Centre Dairy Hall Dairy Hall Beef Cattle Judging Lawn (north)

Fri 2/9

9.00 am

Sheep Pavilion

Fri 2/9 Fri 2/9 Sat 3/9 Sat 3/9 Sat 3/9 Sat 3/9 Sun 4/9 Sun 4/9 Sun 4/9

1.00 pm 3.00 pm 9.00 am 1.00 pm 2.00 pm 6.00 pm 9.00 am 9.30 am 10.00 am 10.30 am

Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion

Sun4/9

11.30 am

Sheep Pavilion

Sun 4/9

12.30 pm

Sheep Pavilion

Wed 7/9

9.00 am

Sheep Pavilion

Wed 7/9

9.30 am

Sheep Pavilion

Thu 8/9 Thu 8/9 Thu 8/9 Thu 8/9 Thu 8/9

9.00 am 10.30 am 12.00 noon 1.00 pm 2.00 pm

Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion

Fri 9/9

9.00 am

Sheep Pavilion

Fri 9/9 Sat 10/9 Sat 10/9 Sat 3/9 Sun 4/9 Mon 5/9 Tue 6/9 Wed 7/9 Fri 2/9 Sat 10/9 Sat 10/9 Fri 2/9 Sat 3/9 Sun 4/9 Mon 5/9 Tue 6/9 Wed 7/9 Thu 8/9 Fri 9/9 Sat 10/9

4.15 pm 3.30 pm 9.00 am 6.00 pm 5.15 pm 6.00 pm 6.00 pm 6.00 pm 6.00 pm 10.00 am 10.00 am 10.00 am 9.30 am 9.30 am 9.30 am 9.30 am 9.30 am 9.30 am 9.30 am 10.00 am

Main Arena Main Arena Sheep Pavilion Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Main Arena Southern mound of Main Arena Alpaca & Goat Judging Lawn Woodcutting Arena Woodcutting Arena Woodcutting Arena Woodcutting Arena Woodcutting Arena Woodcutting Arena Woodcutting Arena Woodcutting Arena Woodcutting Arena Sheep & Wool Pavilion Sheep & Wool Pavilion Sheep & Wool Pavilion

Thu 8/9 Thu 8/9

2011

10.30 am 2.30 pm

Sheep Pavilion Sheep Pavilion

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