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Sunday 22nd June, 2014 Show Schedule & Entry Forms

FREE BOUNCING CASTLES, CHILDRENS ENTERTAINMENT & FACE PAINTING

LIVE MUSIC Schedule of Events: Show Jumping 9am, Horse & Pony Classes 11am, Cattle Show 1pm, Dog Show 1pm, Pet’s Corner 2pm, Show Jumping Grand Prix 3pm, Bonny Baby 3pm, Tug of War 4pm, CONTACT DETAILS HORSE & PONY CLASSES: Sinead Francis (085) 1471559, sinead@corrandullashow.com Lucile Smyth (087) 9462222, Mary Prendergast (087) 2968844. GENERAL ENQUIRIES: Martina Coen (087) 6383014. DOGS: Ann Cooney (091) 790681 HORSE & PONY JUMPING: Joseph Allen (087) 1306031. CATTLE: Derrick Forde (087) 6702207 TRADE STANDS & SPONSORSHIP: Mary Gilmore (087) 2265919, gilmoremary@eircom.net DOMESTIC ARTS & CRAFTS: Barbara Creaven (086) 6007613, Esther Greaney (087) 7478603 Also check out our website www.corrandullashow.com or find us on Facebook or Twitter.

ALL TRADE STANDS MUST BE PREBOOKED Admission: €8 Per Person, 2 for €15, €5 OAPs & Students SHOW IS KINDLY SUPPORTED BY GALWAY COUNTY COUNCIL & AFFILIATED TO ISA, SJAI


JUMPING SCHEDULE All arenas start at 9.00 am sharp

ARENA 1 HORSES Class Prize Entry Class 1. The Hygeia 1.15m Connaught League €500 €25.00 (Starting at 9.00am SHARP) Sponsored by Classic Iron Designs, Clonbern (Declarations to Audrey Geraghty by 3.00pm on Thursday the 19th of June; email audreygeraghty@gmail.com or ph: 087 7767446)

Class 2. 1.20m (Starting at 11.00am) (Finish at 2.00pm) Sponsored by O’Leary Insurance Brokers

€1000

Class 4. Amateurs Leddy League Qualifier Sponsored by Geraghty Joinery, Claregalway

In kind €20.00

€25.00

Class 3. 1.30m (S) Connaught Region Grand Prix (Starting 3.00pm) €3000 €40.00 Sponsored by Hennellys Bar Corrandulla (Declarations to Audrey Geraghty by 3.00pm on Thursday the 19th of June; email audreygeraghty@gmail.com or ph: 087 7767446) ARENA 2 HORSES Class Class 5. 1.10m Sponsored by Mc Gillycuddy Plant Hire Ltd Class 6. 90cm Sponsored by Mc Gillycuddy Plant Hire Ltd Class 7. 1.00m Sponsored by Mc Gillycuddy Plant Hire Ltd ARENA 3 HORSES Pony Classes sponsored by Allman Contracts Ltd Class Class 8. Newcomers Class9. 128cm 70cm Class 10. 128m 80cm (National Pony League Qualifier) Class 11. 128cm 90cm Open Class 12. 138cm 80cm Class 13. 138cm 90cm (National Pony League Qualifier) Class 14. 138cm 1.00m Open Class 15. 148cm 90cm Class 16. 148cm 1.00m (National Pony League Qualifier) Class 17. 148cm 1.10m Open

Prize €300 €200 €200

Entry €15.00 €15.00 €15.00

Prize In kind €100 €100 €150 €100 €100 €150 €100 €100 €150

Entry €15.00 €15.00 €15.00 €15.00 €15.00 €15.00 €15.00 €15.00 €15.00 €15.00

Entries on the day in Showjumping Entires Tent. Course Designers: Killian Clarke (Cand Int), Charles Hanley (Cand Int), David Moore (Reg) Safety Officer: Niall Duffy Enquires: Joe Allen 087 1306031


SHOWING - RING 1 HORSE CLASSES

Class 1

Class 2 Class 3

Class 4

Entry Fee: €10.00 pre entry, €15.00 on the day First Class in Ring 1, Class 1 begins at 11.00 a.m. sharp Prize Fund €65.00 and Special Trophies in all classes to be retained by winner Non-Thoroughbred Filly Foal

Non-Thoroughbred Colt Foal Classes 1 & 2 will be combined if there are less than 3 entries in each class. Non-Thoroughbred Yearling Colt or Gelding Non Thoroughbred Yearling Filly

Class 5

Brood Mare, Registered in Irish Horse Register in foal or with foal at foot

Class 7

Miniature Mare or Gelding, 3 years old and over, not exceeding 38ins.

Class 6

Class 8

Non Thoroughbred Mare & Foal

Miniature Stallion not exceeding 38ins, 3yrs old and over, (Handler to be over 14yrs)

1st and 2nd place in Class 7 & 8 qualify for the Miniature Horse Club of Ireland Championship Show to be held on Sunday 31st August 2014 in Sallymount Stud, Castlepollard.

Class 9

Class 10 Class 11

Qualifier for the Western Region Irish Draught Foal Championship 2014 This is confined to Irish Draught Foals (colts or fillies), the progeny of a Class 1 Registered Irish Draught Mare and a Class 1 Registered Irish Draught Stallion. Final to be held at Oughterard Show on Sunday Aug. 31st 2014 with a prize fund of €1,150. (Qualifiers must fill out entry form & submit their fee for Oughterard Show Final to the Corrandulla Show Entries Tent) Colt Foal by Registered Irish Draught Sire

Filly Foal by Registered Irish Draught Sire

Classes 10 & 11 will be combined if there are less than 3 or more entries in each class

Class 12

Class 13

Class 14

Qualifier for The Irish Shows Association & Roscommon Show Society’s The Roscommon Irish Draught Yearling Filly Championship (part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing Championship Series) Sponsored by Hannon’s Hotel, Roscommon. Confined to Yearling Fillies registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed codes ID; Fillies must be sired by a stallion that is classified as Class 1/Class 2/RID (GB)/RID (Can)/Grade 2 (GB). Exhibitors must have their animals passport available for inspection. Final to be held at Roscommon Show on Saturday August 16th 2014 with a prize fund of €1500. Registered Irish Draught Yearling Filly Registered Irish Draught Yearling Colt or Gelding


Class 15

Class 16

Class 17

Class 18 Class 19

Class 20

Class 21

Class 22 Class 23

Class 24

Class 25

Class 26 Class 27

Qualifier for The Irish Show Assocation & Limerick Show Society Irish Draught 2 Year Old Filly Championship (part of the Irish Sport Ireland National Showing Championship Series). Confined to 2yr old fillies registered in the Irish Horse Register with breed codes ID; Fillies must be sired by a stallion that is classified as Class 1/Class 2/RID (GB)/RID (Can)/Grade 2 (GB). Fillies must have both the sire and dam recorded on their passport and all exhibitors must have their passport available for inspection. Final at Limerick Show on Saturday Aug. 23rd 2014 with a prize fund of over €1500 with all exhibitors receiving appearance money. Registered Irish Draught 2 Year Old Filly

Qualifier for Irish Shows Assocation & Bonniconlon Show’s Irish Draught 3yr old R I D Mare Championship sponsored by The Diamond Coast Hotel, Enniscrone. Confined to 3yr old Fillies registered in the Irish Horse Register with breed codes ID; Fillies must be sired by a stallion that is classified as Class 1/Class 2/RID (GB)/RID (Can)/Grade 2 (GB). Mares must have both sire and dam recorded on their passport and all exhibitors must have their passport available for inspection. Final will be held at Bonniconlon Show Monday 4th August 2014 with a prize fund of €2000 with all exhibitors receiving appearance money. Irish Draught Mare of the Future confined to three and four year old fillies which are registered as R.I.D. covered by or have a foal at foot by an approved stallion

Qualifier for The Irish Shows Assocation & Leitrim Irish Draught Breeders THE LEITRIM IRISH DRAUGHT BREEDERS CHAMPIOSHIP (part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Championship Series). Confined to Irish Draught Mares with Irish Draught foal at foot to be judged as a unit. Mares must be registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed codes ID; Mares & Foals must be sired by a stallion that is classified as Class 1/Class 2/RID(GB)/RID (Can)/Grade 2 (GB). Exhibitors must have their mares passport available for inspection. Final at Mohill Show on Sun. August 17th 2014 with a prize fund of over €1500 with all exhibitors receiving appearance money.

Irish Draught Horse Society Ltd 2013 National Breed Show’s Botanica International All Ireland €3000 Irish Draught Mare & Foal Championship. Open to ID Mares, Class 1 or 2, with ID foal at foot by Class 1 or 2 ID Stallion, to be judged as a combination 50/50. The Mares passport and Foal’s covering cert must be available for inspection and name of Sire of Foal must be given at Qualifying Show. Final at Irish Draught Horse Society 29th National Breed Show at A Browne’s Field, Old Dublin Rd, Moate, Co. Westmeath on Sunday 20th July 2014. Irish Draught Mare with or without Irish Draught Foal at foot. In Hand Cob, Mare or Gelding, 148cms to 155cms, any age In Hand Coloured Cob or Horse, Mare or Gelding, any age

CHAMPION HORSE OF THE SHOW Classes (1 – 23) Will receive The GERRY O’BRIEN Perpetual Cup.

Ridden Cob, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, 148cms to 155cms

Ridden Cob, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, 148cms to 155cms

Ridden Registered Irish Draught, (pure bred), mare or gelding, 4 yrs old and over. Sire and Dam must be R.I.D. Class 1 or 2 or AID passports must be available for inspection.

Ridden Small Hunter, mares and geldings, four years old and over, exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 158cms.


Class 28

Ridden Large Hunter, mares or geldings, four years old and over, exceeding 158cms. CHAMPION RIDDEN HORSE OF THE SHOW (Classes 24 – 28)

RING 2 - CONNEMARA PONY CLASSES Class 30

Class 31

Class 32

Class 33

Class 34

Class 35

Class 36

Entry Fee: €10.00 pre entry, €15.00 on the day First Class in Ring 2, class 30 begins at 11.00 a.m. sharp Prize Fund €65.00 and Special Trophies in all classes to be retained by winner Registered Yearling Colt

Registered Yearling Filly

Registered 2 year old Colt

Qualifier for the Irish Show Association & Ballinasloe Show Society’s Connemara Two Year Old Filly All Ireland Championship sponsored by the Ballinasloe Registered Connemara Pony Owners Syndicate. Confined to Registered Connemara 2 year old Fillies the progeny of Registered Connemara Sire and Dam. Exhibitors must have the CPBS passport available for inspection. Plaiting of manes or tails are not allowed for the Qualifier or Final. Final to be held in Ballinasloe, Saturday 4th October 2014 Registered 2 year old Filly Registered 3 year old Colt

Registered 3 year old Mare

Junior Champion selected from the winners of Classes 30-36

Class 37

Registered Gelding Any Age

Class 39

Registered Mare 7-9 years with or without foal at foot

Class 38

Class 40

Class 41

Registered Mares 4-6 years with or without foal at foot Registered Mare 10 years and over with or without foal at foot Registered Dun Mare any age

Champion Mare selected from the winners of Classes 37 – 41 and will receive a Nomination to Champion Stallion ‘Tulira Robuck’ Kindly sponsored by the Lady Hemphill

Class 43

Registered Colt Foal

Class 43

Registered Stallion

Class 44

Registered Filly Foal Supreme Champion Connemara Pony of the Show receives THE MICHAEL SMITH MEMORIAL PREPETUAL CUP

NOTE: First place of Classes 37 – 41 who are 4 years old and upwards with a foal at foot automatically qualify for the The Midlands Connemara Pony Breeders All Ireland Broodmare Championship Sponsored by Willows Ingredients. If a dry mare wins then the two highest placed qualify provided they have a foal at foot. If the 1st place has already qualified at another show then the 2nd or 3rd to her can qualify. Each qualifying pony will receive a special Willows Finalist Rosette and thereafter are eligible to compete in the Final which will be held at Midland Connemara Pony Breeders Show on Sunday 27th July 2014 at Mullingar Equestrian Centre, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. Prize Fund of €1,500


CATTLE CLASSES

PRIZES 1ST: €100, 2ND: €60, 3RD:€40. ENTRY FEE €15 (EXCEPT CLASS 8)

JUDGING COMMENCES 1PM Cattle Entries to: Derrick Forde, Cahermorris, Corrandulla (087)6702207

COMMERCIAL SECTION CLASS 1:

CLASS 2:

Qualifier for the Irish Shows Association & Swinford Show Society’s All Ireland Suckler Heifer Championship. Sponsored by Progressive Genetics. Open to all breeds of non pedigree Heifers suitable to produce and rear a calf with potential for current commercial beef markets. Final to be held at Swinford Show on Saturday 16th August 2014 with a prize fund of €1,600 Best Suckler Type Heifer

CLASS 3:

Best Commercial Heifer, retaining a calves mouth on the day of show

CLASS 5:

Best Crossbred Female Calf born from 1st January 2014.

CLASS 4:

Best Bullock of the Show (any age)

CLASS 6:

Best Crossbred Male Calf born from 1st January 2014.

CLASS 8:

Qualifier for the The Irish Shows Association & Claremorris Show Society’s All Ireland Pedigree Suckler Type Heifer Championship. Sponsored by The McWilliam Park Hotel Claremorris. Open to all breeds of pedigree suckler type heifers with the heifers potential mothering ability being assessed. Pedigree cert for all exhibitors must be presented on Show Day. Final to be held at Claremorris Show on Sunday 3rd August 2014 with a prize fund of €1,000.

CLASS 7:

CLASS 9:

Best Male or Female Calf born from 1st January 2014 confined to Corrandulla and surrounding area.

Best Suckler Cow with Calf at foot

COMMERCIAL CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION (Open to all 1st Prizewinners in the commercial section)


CHARLOIS SECTION CLASS 11:

Best Pedigree Charlois Calf Male/Female born after 1st September 2013 sponsored by The Irish Charlois Society.

PEDIGREE BELGIAN BLUE SECTION CLASS 12: CLASS 13: CLASS 14:

CLASS 15:

CLASS 16:

CLASS 17:

Best Pedigree Belgian Blue Female Calf born on/or between 1st Sept 2013 and 31st Dec 2013.

Best Pedigree Belgian Blue Male Calf born on/or between 1st Sept 2013 and 31st Dec 2013. Best Pedigree Belgian Blue Female Calf born after 1st January 2014. Best Pedigree Belgian Blue Male Calf born from 1st January 2014

Best Pedigree Belgian Blue Junior Bull born on/between 1st Sept 2012 and 31st Aug 2013.

Best Pedigree Belgian Blue Breeding Heifer born on/between 1st Sept 2012 and 31st Aug 2013. PEDIGREE CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION (Open to all 1st Prizewinners in Classes 11-17) OVERALL CHAMPION OF THE SHOW 2014 (Open to all 1st Prize winners, Classes 1-9 and 11-14)

NOTIFICATION CATTLE MOVEMENT

Important Information for Organisers of Show's & Exhibitors of Cattle 2014.

Keepers wishing to show cattle in 2014 must obtain a Certificate of Compliance prior to the movement of the animal to the Show. This ensures that the animal(s) in question has the necessary TB, BR and BVD tests recorded on the Department’s database and that the keeper presenting the animal is not restricted by the Department. Certificates of Compliance can be obtained online from the Animal Identification and Movement (AIM) system through the www.agfood.ie facility or from the Cattle Movement Notification Agency. When applying for a Certificate of Compliance, keepers should not specify a destination herd. On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary along with the bovine passport for the animal. The keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the Movement Notification section of the Certificate which will then be sent to the local DVO for recording onto the AIM system.

Please note that only cattle for which a valid Certificate of Compliance is provided to the Show Secretary can be shown on the day of the Show


DOG SHOW CLASSES

KINDLY SPONSORED BY THE ABBEY RESTAURANT, CLAREGALWAY

Entry Fee €5.00 per dog per class (excluding classes 1-3) Entries Commence at 11am. Judging Commences at 1pm. Judges Decision Final

Class 1 Qualifier for the Dog Safe Fence Connaught Dog Championship sponsored by Ballina Kennels. Open to any breed of dog. €3 to enter Qualifier. Two Dogs to Qualify. Final to be held at the Bonniconlon Show on Monday 4th August 2014.

Class 2 Qualifier for the Gain Dog Food All Ireland Championship – Large Dog. Open to any breed of Large Dog to be handled by teenager or Adult. €3 to enter Qualifier. Final to be held at Clonaslee Show on Sunday 7th September 2014 with a prize fund of €500.

Class 3 Qualifier for the Gain Dog Food All Ireland Championship – Toy or Miniature Dog. Open to any breed of Toy or Miniature Dog to be handled by a child under 15 years. €3 to enter Qualifier. Final to be held at Clonaslee Show on Sunday 7th September 2014 with a prize fund of €500.

TERRIER GROUP

Class 4 Terrier: Smooth and wire, Kerry Blue, Cairn, Fox, Airedale, Scottish, Skye, Irish, West Highland, Glen of Imaal excluding Jack Russell Class 5 Jack Russell Class 6 Cross Bred Terrier

GUN DOG GROUP Class 7 Class 8 Class 9 Class 10 Class 11 Class 12 Class 13 Class 14

Retriever: Labrador, Golden, etc. Spaniel Pointer Setter Veteran Dog, 7 Years and over Dog any breed handled by a child under 10 (except Guard Dog) Dog handled by a lady Dog handled by a gentleman

WORKING GROUP

Class 15 Border Collie Class 16 Rough Collie Class 17 Working Group: Doberman, Rothweiler, German Shepard, Samoyed, St Bernard, Boxer etc, and any other variety not already classed


UTILITY GROUP

Class 18 Utility: Chow Chow, Boston Terrier, Dalmatian, Poodle, Shih Tzu, Bulldog, Tibetan Terrier, Akita, Etc.

SPORTING GROUP

Class 19 Sporting Breed: Afghan Hound, Irish Wolfhound, Basset Hound, Beagles, Dachshunds, Borzoi, Norwegian Elkhounds etc.

TOY GROUP

Class 20 Toy: Cavalier, King Charles Spaniel, Yorkshire Terrier, Poms, Pugs, Pekienese, Chihuahua’s etc. Class 21 Class 22 Class 23 Class 24 Class 25

Open Class Best Puppy under 9 months Best Groomed Dog Best Fancy Dress Dog Dog I would most like to take home. (Please note that this class may be called at any time throughout the day)

Supreme Champion(Sash & Crystal) & Reserve Champion(Sash & Crystal) Prizes: 1st Rosette & Trophy, 2nd Rosette & Trophy, 3rd Rosette & Trophy Complimentary €5 Voucher Free with Every Entry to use at Sharon’s Dog Care, Annaghdown (086)8908780 Dog Food kindly sponsored by Connolly’s Red Mills

Pet Corner

Class 30 Class 31 Class 32 Class 33 Class 34

Entries Commence at 11am. Judging Commences at 2pm. Entry Fee €3.00

Best Cat Best Rabbit Best Furry Animal (Guinea Pig, Gerbil, Hamster) Mother & Brood Most Unusual Pet (Caged)


DOMESTIC ARTS AND CRAFTS CLASSES TO BE HELD IN THE HALL

Prizes in junior section will be as follows 1st €10, 2nd €7, and 3rd €5

JUNIOR SECTION

No entry fee required for the Junior Art Competition or the Handwriting Competition. All entries in the above categories are to be handed in to School Principals by Wed. 18th June. Each entry must have the child’s name, School and section written on the back. (No laminated or framed pictures). Only one entry per child in the art and handwriting categories.

JUNIOR ART Picture any medium Section A Junior and Senior Infants Section B First and Second Class Section C Third and Fourth Class Section D Fifth and Sixth Class

HANDWRITING Sample of handwriting (minimum 15 words, max 40). Section E First and Second Class Section F Third and Fourth Class Section G Fifth and Sixth Class Entry Fee €1 for Classes 1 to 10.

PRIMARY SCHOOL

FLORAL ART Class 1 “A Creature” made from vegetable, fruit or plant.

GREETINGS CARD Class 2 Computer designed card. Class 3 Handmade cards – not computer designed or made.

KNITTING AND CRAFTS Class 4 Item made from recycled material (label what it is). Class 5 Hand knitting Class 6 Needle Craft Class 7 Best piece of sculpture, plasticine or clay model. Class 7a Small article from any material.

PRIMARY SCHOOL COOKERY A hamper sponsored by “Stuff 4 Cakes” will be awarded to the best overall exhibit in Primary School Cookery. Class 8 Six home made biscuits of your choice. Class 9 Six decorated queen cakes / cup cakes Class 10 Healthy lunchbox suitable for a child. Class 10a Six Rice Krispie buns.


BONNY BABY

Sponsored by Croi na nOPg, Corrandulla Entries for the Bonny Baby to be registered in the hall by 2.45p.m. on the day of the show and it takes place a 3.00p.m. Trophies and Rosettes for 1st 2nd and 3rd prize winners. Class 11a Class 11b Class 11c

Under age 1 Age 1 to under age 2 Age 2 to under age 3.

Entry Fee €2

SECONDARY SCHOOL EVENTS CONFINED TO AGE 13 – 18. Class 12 Class 13 Class 14 Class 15

Prizes: 1st €15, 2nd €10, 3rd €5. Entry fee €2

Six brown scones Six decorated cup cakes Six chocolate muffins Item in woodwork (Up to Junior Certificate standard 2012/2014)

GENERAL COMPETITIONS

In each class the prizes will be as follows 1st prize €15, 2nd prize €10, 3rd prize €5 Entry fee €2 for all classes under the heading of general competitions. One free entry will be given for each 5 entries from the same person BAKING (All entries to be home made) The Annie Small shield will be awarded for the best entry in Class 29 Rich Fruit Cake A hamper sponsored by Stuff 4 Cakes will be given for the best entry in class 33a Special Occasion/Novelty cake.

Class 16 Class 17 Class 18 Class 19 Class 20 Class 21 Class 22 Class 23 Class 24 Class 25 Class 26 Class 27 Class 28 Class 29 Class 30 Class 31 Class 32

Madeira Cake Brown soda bread. Six fruit scones Six brown scones Six plain scones Soda bread with fruit (currant cake) Sponge sandwich with filling of your choice. Apple tart. Rhubarb tart Tea Brack Light fruit cake Rich fruit cake Treacle cake Porter cake Carrot cake Ginger cake Special Occasion/Novelty Cake


Class 33 Class 34

Six muffins (any type) Six decorated cupcakes.

Class 35 Class 36 Class 37 Class 38 Class 39

Pot of home-made Marmalade Pot of home-made Rhubarb or Rhubarb and Ginger Jam Pot of home-made Strawberry Jam Pot of home-made Fruit Jelly (any variety) Pot of home-made Chutney (Main fruit named)

JAMS AND CHUTNEYS (all in 1lb pots)

Class 40

The Odlums All Ireland Home Cooking Championship Sponsored by: Odlums www.odlums.ie RULES AND CONDITIONS: 1. Each competitor will bake all of the following items using Odlum’s Products. (a) Decorated Chocolate Cake (Loaf, Round or Square tin) (b) 3 Egg Sponge Sandwich with butter icing and jam (7” or 18cm) (c) Bakewell Tart N.B. All recipes can be found on the Odlum’s website: www.odlums.ie Own recipes may also be used. 2. Items to be displayed on individual plates and each exhibitor will be allowed their own space (trays optional).Items to be displayed on individual plates and each exhibitor will be allotted their own space (trays optional) on a base 24” square 3 Points will be awarded for taste, texture and appearance of baked items and Presentation. 4. The competition is confined to amateurs both male and female with one entry per exhibitor at the final. 5. The items must be fresh and home baked by exhibitor. 6. A special class will be held at each qualifying show. Two entries may qualify from these shows for the final, if judges agree that the standard is high enough. The Qualifiers from each of these shows will go forward to the final to be held at Tullamore Show, on Sunday August 10th 2014. 7. All items will be cut and/or sampled at the final. 8. Each of the successful qualifiers will receive a hamper containing Odlum’s products, on appearance at the final. 9. Certificates will be awarded to the finalists. 10. The Judge’s decisions at all stages of the competition, is FINAL. 11. Exhibits are displayed at owner’s risk. 12. These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules. 13. Marquee open from 7.30a.m. on show morning and will be closed for judging at 10a.m.sharp. Marquee will open to the public at 12 noon and exhibits may not be removed before 5.00p.m. Entry fee: To qualifying Show: €3. To Final: €6 Prizes: 1st €300 + Trophy, Goods in kind, 2nd €200 plus Goods in kind, 3rd €100 plus goods in kind, 4th €60. 5th €60. 6th €60. 7th €60. 8th€60.

Class 40a

Chocolate Cook of The Year Sponsored by: J & M Digan LTD. Londis Athlone Road Moate

RULES AND CONDITIONS 1. Each exhibitor will bake/make three items. (a) Decorated Chocolate Victoria Sandwich Cake. (b) 6 Chocolate Butterfly Cakes (c) 6 Chocolate Chip Oatie Biscuits


2. The items to be displayed as one exhibit on a base of 2ft x 2ft approx. 3. Points will be awarded for texture, taste and presentation suitable for Afternoon Tea. 4. Competition is open to amateurs male or female and one tray to qualify per exhibitor. 5. All items to be home made by the exhibitor. 6. Judges decision will be final at all stages of the competition. 7. Exhibits are displayed at owner’s risk 8. These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules Entry Fee: To Qualifying Show €3. To Final €6 Prizes: 1st €300. 2nd €200. 3rd €100. 4th €60. 5th €50. 6th €40. Each of the successful qualifiers will receive a memento on appearance at the Final. Final: MOATE SHOW – Saturday 23rd August 2014.

Class 40b

All Ireland Bread Baking Championship Sponsored by: McMahons Super Valu Ltd Castleblaney

Rules and Conditions 1. Each exhibitor will bake 3 items a. Cake of Brown Soda Bread b. Cake of White Soda Bread c. Cold Tea Brack (7" Round or Square Cake Tin) 2. The Items to be displayed as one exhibit on a base of 2ft x2ft approx. 3. Points will be awarded for texture taste, and presentation. 4. Competition is open to amateurs, male/female, and one tray to qualify per exhibitor. 5. All items to be homemade by the exhibitor. 6. A Super Valu Flour wrapper to be displayed with the exhibit. 7. A special qualifying class will be held at selected shows. 8. Two trays may qualify for the final, if judges agree that the standard is high enough. 9. Judges decision will be final at all stages of the competition. 10. Exhibits are displayed at owners risk 11. These rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A. Rules. Entry Fee: to qualifying show: €3 To final: €6 Prizes: 1st €300, 2nd €200, 3rd €100, 4th €60, 5th €50, 6th €40. Each of the successful qualifiers will receive a memento on appearance at the Final Final: Castleblaney Show – Monday 4th August,2014 FLOWER ARRANGING The Annaghdown Heritage Society Shield will be awarded in Class 49 Fresh Flower arrangement with a candle. Class 41 Class 42 Class 43 Class 44 Class 45 Class 46 Class 47 Class 48 Class 49 Class 50 Class 51 Class 52

Rose of the Show (one bloom) Decorative Hybrid Tea Roses – Three blooms. Vase of Floribunda Roses – Two stems Vase of Miniature Roses - Two stems Vase of shrubs in flower Vase of garden flowers Vase of Annuals . Arrangement in a wine glass Fresh Flower arrangement with a candle A Foliage arrangement Best non-flowering pot plant Best Pot plant in flower


FRUIT & VEGETABLES (All to be home grown) Class 53 6 Sticks of rhubarb Class 54 6 Scallions Class 55 2 Heads of lettuce Class 56 2 Heads of garden cabbage (same variety) Class 57 A selection of garden vegetables in a container (2 samples of each) Class 58 Bunch of mixed herbs EGGS Class 59 Class 60

6 Free Range Hen eggs 6 Duck eggs

CRAFTS Exhibits must not be previous prize winners at Corrandulla Show. Class 61 Hand embroidered item (unframed) Class 62 Most attractive cushion Class 63 Any handcraft item Class 64 Handmade garment – machine/hand sewing Class 65 Crochet in cotton - handmade Class 66 Crochet in wool - handmade Class 67 Hand knit garment not Aran pattern Class 68 Hand knit garment in Aran Pattern Class 69 Item in needlework (if it is a picture it must be unframed) Class 70

The All Ireland Domestic Arts Championship Sponsored by: Bonniconlon Show Ltd.

RULES AND CONDITIONS 1. Each entry to consist of four items from the list below (a) Apple Pie or Dundee Cake or Pot of jam/marmalade. (b) Hand knitted or Crocheted or Embroidered article. (c) Handmade picture any medium max. 60cms x 45cms (excluding frame).. (d) Bouquet or tied bunch of fresh garden flowers or six Sweet Pea (e) Two types of Vegetables (3 per type) excluding Potatoes 2. If a Dundee Cake is entered a 20cm (8 inch) round or 18cm (7 inch) square tin must be used. If an item of hand knitting, crochet or embroidery is entered, a sample of yarn used to make the item must accompany the entry. If a picture is entered, the picture must be handmade. Machine work will not suffice. All vegetables/flowers must be grown by the exhibitor. 3. Exhibitors may qualify once only. 4. This competition will be judged on a points system. 5. Two exhibitors to qualify from each qualifying show. 6. Points will be awarded for presentation.

TURF Class 62 Class 63

Exhibits to be in place before 11.30 on day of Final. Entry fee: To Qualifying Show €5. To final €6. Prizes: 1st €250, 2nd €200, 3rd €130, 4th €65, 5thto 25th €30 each. FINAL: – BONNICONLON SHOW Monday 4th August 2014.

3 Sods of sleàn cut 3 Sods of machine cut


PHOTOGRAPHY All photographs to be taken by amateurs and not larger than 7in x 5in. Class 73 Caught in the act Class 74 Wildlife Class 75 Child and pet Class 76 Landscape Class 77 A Winter Scene Class 78 Agricultural Scene

ART COMPETITION 1st prize for Class 79 Picture in Oils will be 10 lessons sponsored by Cregal Art. Exhibits must not be previous prize winners at Corrandulla Show Each entry must have the entrant’s name and address written on the back Class 79 An original unframed picture in oils Class 80 An original unframed picture in water colour Class 81 An original unframed picture in acrylic Class 82 An original unframed picture in charcoal/pencil Class 83 An original unframed picture mixed media

RULES AND CONDITIONS: • ALL ENTRIES FOR CLASSES (OTHER THAN BONNY BABY) TO BE RECEIVED IN THE HALL BETWEEN 10.00 A.M. AND 12.00 P.M. • JUDGING COMMENCES AT 12.30P.M. THE HALL WILL BE CLOSED WHILE JUDGING IS IN PROGRESS. • CLOSING DATE FOR POSTAL ENTRIES 17th JUNE. PLEASE ENTER EARLY AS NO LATECOMERS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED • ENTRIES WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNTIL AFTER 4.30P.M. – All exhibits must be collected by 6.00p.m. The show committee are not responsible for any exhibits not collected by this time. • It is up to each competitor to make sure that their exhibit complies with the class requirements. Persons accepting entries cannot comment on exhibits in that respect. • Judges decide if exhibits are disqualified for any reason and their decision is final. • No entry fees will be refunded for disqualified entries. The success of the show depends on the number of exhibits on the day and we invite you to participate in the various classes. Also note that we have some qualifiers for All Ireland’s in Tullamore, Bonniconlon, Moate and Castleblaney. We would like to thank all those people in the community who have helped and supported us during the past 12 months and who help on the day of the show. For Show Enquiries: Domestic Arts - Barbara Creaven 086 6007613, Esther Greaney 087 7478603.

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COUNTRY MARKET STALLS & TRADE STANDS INVITED

TRADERS WISHING TO HAVE A STALL AT CORRANDULLA SHOW MUST PREBOOK A Great Opportunity to Showcase your Business: • Traditional country show attracting a wide range of people, up to 6000. • INDOOR & OUTDOOR Places available • Holiday atmosphere, always conducive to spending money!! • Beautiful sheltered location where you can display your produce to your best advantage. • Low cost business opportunity – promote your business to a wide audience at minimum cost.

You can’t afford to miss it!!

Contact: Mary Gilmore, Bunnatubber, Corrandulla, Co Galway. Email: gilmoremary@eircom.net Telephone: 087-2265919 / 091-791187


TUG OF WAR

CONFINED TO BUSINESSES & PUBS IN THE PARISH

FIRST PULL 4.00 PM Amateurs only

No Professionals

6 on each team, 2 subs and a coach/manager At least one staff member must be on each team Short Pulls, Best of 3 Each team pulls each other, then Semi-Final and Final

Final Entries taken and draw done at 7pm on Saturday 21st June at field

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CORRANDULLA SHOW COMMITTEE WOULD LIKE TO SINCERELY THANK OUR SPONSORS AND LAND OWNERS AND PARTICIPANTS Without you the show would not be possible Thank You


CORRANDULLA SHOW RULES

• ALL EXIBITS MUST BE BONA FIDE PROPERTY OF EXIBITOR • THE DECISION OF THE JUDGE WILL BE FINAL. OBJECTIONS ON ANY POINTS MUST BE LODGED WITH THE SECRETARY BY 6pm ON THE EVENING OF THE SHOW. • THE COMMITTEE WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OR ACCIDENTS ETC OF ANY KIND WHICH MAY OCCUR TO EXIBITORS, EXIBITS OR GENERAL PUBLIC. • THE PERSON AWARDED A PERPETUAL CUP SHALL GIVE SECURITY TO THE COMMITTEE THAT IT SHALL BE RETURNED ON OR BEFORE THE 2015 SHOW IN THE SAME CONDITION AS IT WAS RECEIVED. • ALL HORSES, PONIES, CATTLE, DOGS ETC MUST BE HALTERED, LED & ATTENDED TO AT ALL TIMES ON THE SHOWGROUNDS. • ALL EXIBITORS MUST OBEY THE DIRECTONS OF THE SHOW COMMITTEE & STEWARDS AT ALL TIMES. • THE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS THAT ALL EXIBITORS HAVE PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE. • ALL ENTRIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE ABOVE RULES AND ANY VIOLATION WILL MEAN FORFEITURE OF ALL PRIZES AWARDED BY THE SHOW AND ENTRY FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED • ALL PERSONS PROVIDING TRADE/DISPLAY SERVICE STANDS MUST HAVE PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE. EVIDENCE OF SUCH INSURANCE MUST BE MADE AVAILABLE TO COMMITTEE PRIOR TO SHOW. ��� THE COMMITTEE AT ALL TIMES RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ADMISSION ON TO THE SHOWGROUNDS. • ALL ENTRY FEES ARE NON REFUNDABLE EXCEPT IN THE EVENT OF THE COMPETITION BEING CANCELLED

IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATIONS REGULATIONS

Responsibility of Shows holding qualifying rounds: • Selected Shows should hold a separate class for each qualifier from which the highest placed animals will qualify. • The Qualifier class should be held as the first (1st) class in the relevant section of the show. • Shows must ensure that the qualifiers are held strictly in accordance with the relevant Rules. • No other sponsor maybe involved in qualifying classes. • Shows may charge an entry fee for each qualifying class. The I.S.A. will award a rosette to the successful animal(s) on appearance at the final. • No show hosting a Championship Final may hold a qualifying class for that championship on the day of the final other than by agreement with the Irish Shows Association. However Shows who hold qualifiers for Horses, Ponies & Cattle may ask exhibitors to enter the exhibit in at least one other class at their show on the day. • Animals qualified for finals are not eligible to enter in any other show class where the final is held, other than a qualifying class for anothe Championship. • Shows should appoint competent, well briefed persons to act as stewards, who must ensure that only animals (or other exhibits) which are eligible to compete and whose documentation is in order, are allowed to proceed to the judging ring. • Animal Passports & 'Micro chips where applicable' should be read by a Veterinary Surgeon appointed by the show. • On completion of judging, Stewards must inform the successful competitors to visit the Secretary's Office at the show within one hour, and complete the necessary arrangements for entry to the final. • The show must appoint a well briefed officer who will be available at the Secretary's Office to assist exhibitors to complete the entry cards for participation in the final and collect the entry fee. • Show Secretaries must forward completed result cards, together with appropriate fees to the Irish Shows Association within three days following the holding of the show. • NB. Shows must return results card marked "No Competition" for any or all of the events for which no animal (or exhibit) has been selected. Responsibility of Exhibitors: • Exhibitors accept that the Judges decision is final in all cases. Any abuse of Judges will not be tolerated. Where a dispute or case for complaint arises, the matter should only be dealt with under 6. below. • Winners of Qualifiers are themselves responsible for entering their qualifiers (or exhibits) for the final in accordance with 10 & 11 above, within one hour of qualifying. • Winners of qualifiers will compete in the final. • The Irish Shows Association in conjunction with the sponsor reserve the right to alter or amend the rules of the competition as may be necessary where appropriate. • Shows and competitors must contact the ISA for details of any championships and not the sponsor involved. • Objections must be lodged in writing with the I.S.A. representative at the show and the Show Secretary within half an hour following the completion of judging, together with a fee of €50, or other stated fee, which is refundable in the event of the objection being upheld. • Any exhibitor who makes a false declaration or misrepresents a fact regarding themselves or their exhibit are liable to disqualification and/or forfeiture of any prizes awarded.

NOTICE OF INTEREST TO CHAMPIONSHIP PARTICIPANTS

Irish Law(EU Directive) - Under Irish Law, all horses moving from one location to another must be accompanied by their passports. It is in your own interest to ensure that this is the case. Failure to do so is an offence under Irish Law and is liable on summary conviction to result in a fine of up to €3,000. All passports must be registered with the name of the current owner. • Embryo Transfer: Where a foal is produced by this method, the dam's passport must bear a declaration dated, stamped, and signed by the stallion owner (or accredited practitioner where AI is involved) stating the date on which the dam was last covered (or inseminated) and the name of the covering stallion. • The owners of Champions and Reserve Champions are invited to submit the animals' passports to the ISA head office where the placing will be endorsed and officially stamped with the seal if the ISA as a permanent record. • It is in the interest of shows hosting championship finals that photographs and results are forwarded to the Irish Farmers Journal immediately following judging. The Irish Shows Association would advise animal owners who have their animals insured to have the insurance extended to cover them while showing animals at Shows. We believe the cost is minimal depending on your insurer. The reason being that if your animal were to lash out and injure someone or damage property and it was established that it was your animal was out of your control at the time, you may be held responsible or partly responsible and could have to pay all or part of any settlement reached.


Corrandulla Show Schedule 2014