ASHBURTON A & P SHOW - FRIDAY and SATURDAY

ASHBURTON A & P SHOW - FRIDAY and SATURDAY

ASHBURTON A & P SHOW FRIDAY and SATURDAY October 26th & October 27th 2018 ENTRIES CLOSE: Friday, September 28th 2018 Showjumping Entries close October 18th 2018 ASSOCIATION SECRETARY: Lucille Brown PO Box 185, Ashburton Telephone: (03) 308-7908 Email: ashburtonshow@gmail.com Website: www.ashburtonshow.co.nz The Secretary’s Office will be open Wednesday 26th, Thursday 27th, 1pm-5pm and Friday 28th, 9am-5pm. OFFICE LOCATED DOWNSTAIRS IN LOUNGE UNDER GRANDSTAND Patron: Ray Colville President: David Butterick Junior Vice President: Peter Stewart PLEASE ENTER ON TIME, LATE ENTRIES MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED AND WILL INCUR A LATE FEE RULES 1: Entries must be in writing, on printed forms, which can be obtained from the Secretary or download from www.ashburtonshow.co.nz or enter online at www.showdayonline.com.

These forms must be filled out and signed by the Exhibitor or some person authorised, and must be handed to the Secretary, together with Entrance Fees. No entry will be valid unless these conditions are complied with. 2: The Committee will in no case consider any Entry valid unless the Fees are paid at the time of making it. 3: All entries must be made in the name of the bona fide owner of the exhibits, unless otherwise stated. 4: The receipt for entrance money must be produced to the gatekeeper, or the exhibit will not be admitted. 5: Staff in charge of stock will be admitted free, but they must be subject to the rules and orders of the Committee and Secretary.

6: All persons admitted to the showgrounds shall be subject to the rules and orders of the Committee and Secretary. 7: No stock will be allowed to be removed from the grounds before 4.00pm without a special order, which shall be supplied at the discretion of the Chairman of the Sub-Committee concerned.

8: Exhibitors will be required to state as accurately as possible at the time of entry the date of birth of all stock in classes where the age is specified: in sheep, the date of shearing, in all entries of livestock the breeder’s name must be mentioned, if known; if not known, the fact must be stated at the time of entry. 9: Judges of stock, in arriving at their decision, as directed not to give undue weight to high condition (except in the classes of fat stock), but to award prizes to the animals in each class which they consider best represents the particular breed or description intended to be encouraged.

The Judges are requested to pass over animals whose want of condition betokens weakness of constitution, or do not show sufficient merit however good the exhibit may be in other respects. Award tickets are to be granted: 1st, 2nd and 3rd. In every class the Judges are requested to Very Highly Commend, Highly Commend or Commend, should they think, any of the other exhibits worthy of such distinction? 10: The Committee will not, under any circumstances, hold themselves responsible for loss, damage, or misdelivery of any stock, implements, or other articles exhibited at the show.

11: No stock will be allowed to be exhibited in more than one class, unless where specified in each Section. This rule does not apply to progeny Classes or Private prizes. Although it is provided in certain classes that Horses compete in more than one Class, any or all such Classes may be judged simultaneously at the convenience of the Judges, or Stewards; in all such cases. Exhibitors having an exhibit entered in more than one Class must elect in which Class they compete. 12: Prizes – In the event of there being no competition, Judges are requested to award a first prize only if, in their opinion, the exhibit warrants it.

Full prize money will be paid on the ticket awarded. Competition shall mean two or more Exhibitors in the same class. 13: Every private prize will be dealt with in accordance with the condition of the donor, but if there is no condition, the prize will be given as the Committee thinks fit.

14: Power is reserved to withhold a prize where Judges consider it ought not to be awarded from want of sufficient merit, even where there is competition. 15: SCALE OF POINTS Champ Res Champ 1st 2nd 3rd VHC 3 2 5 3 2 1 Only the Association’s Numbered Classes count for Prizes. 16: In the event of a tie for any prize, the winner of the largest number of first prizes in the classes competing will have the preference. If none of the competitors have taken a majority of first prizes, the value of the prize will be equally divided between the competitors who have tied. 17: No distinguishing mark of ownership, with the exception of earmarks, ear tags and registered brands, will be allowed to be attached to any animal exhibit.

18: All protests must be in writing, and may be lodged with the Secretary either before or after the Judges have proceeded to their duties. The parties entering a protest must deposit $50 cash, the deposit to be returned if the protest is sustained. If the protest is to be lodged before the Judges proceed to their duties, the onus of proof rests with the exhibitor, if after the judging is complete the onus of proof to rest with the party protesting. No protest will be received later than two hours after awards are made and the prize tickets are affixed. The Protest Committee will decide all protests as soon as practicable, and there shall be no appeal from their decision.

19: No person shall have proprietorship for the time being in the pens which have been allotted to the stock entered by such person, and no one will be permitted to put any placard or advertisement on the ground without the consent of the Committee or Secretary. 20: Prize money for all sections of the Show will be paid in cash as follows: Horse Section Prize Money will be given to the winning exhibitors with the award cards. In all other sections, except the sheep section, prize money will be paid after 4.30pm on Saturday at the appropriate Stewards stand for each section. The Exhibitor will be required to present award card and sign to acknowledge receipt of prize money.

Prize money not collected on Saturday will be forfeited.

21: All Exhibits must enter the judging ring in the order in which they appear in the catalogue, and must not wear prize tickets won in previous contests. 22: Persons desirous of exhibiting goods for which there are no classes in the Catalogue may obtain sites for the same on payment of a fee by arrangement with the Secretary. Early application will be necessary as the space available for such purposes is limited. 23: Exhibitors desirous of bringing any improvements in implements, machinery or other exhibits under the notice of the are requested to hand particulars of the same in writing to the Secretary at the time of making entry.

No prize money will be given unless specially mentioned, but where any decided improvement has been made during the past year the Association, on the recommendation of the Judges, will give certificates of merit.

24: Extra stock, implements, etc. not admissible under any of the enumerated classes, may be exhibited by paying the same entrance fees as in the class to which they are most closely allied, and honorary certificates may be awarded. 25: Any exhibitor infringing any of the above regulations shall be subject to be dealt with as may be decided upon by the Committee, or Sub-Committee whose decision shall be final. 26: Any points not provided for shall be settled by the Committee, whose decision shall be absolutely final. 27: Reference to “District” in the schedule or catalogue will mean from the north bank Rangitata River to the south bank Rakaia River from the sea to the main divide.

28: Sheep entries will only be accepted from Brucellosis Accredited Free flocks and a copy of Accreditation Form must accompany entries. 29: The Association gives notice to all exhibitors that names and placings may be published following the show. 30: The Association reserve the right to publish a list of current Members and Life Members in the Catalogue. 31: All trophies will be engraved following the show and will remain at the showgrounds in the trophy cabinet. Some trophies may be able to be uplifted but this will be at the discretion of the association. This is due to lost or damaged trophies.

32: The Committee has the right to refuse or cancel any entries without giving reason for doing so. AN EXHIBITORS PASS FOR ENTRY INTO THE SHOW WILL BE ISSUED TO EACH INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITOR IN ALL SECTIONS OTHER THAN THE HOME INDUSTRIES PAVILION AND POULTRY SECTION, WHERE FIVE ENTRIES PER EXHIBITOR ARE REQUIRED. Lucille Brown ASSOCIATION SECRETARY, ASHBURTON A&P SHOW MEMBERSHIP Members are respectfully urged to use their influence in inducing their neighbours and others to join the Association. It is felt that if each member would take the matter in hand; the membership would rapidly increase, thereby enabling the Association to extend its sphere of usefulness in many ways.

THE PRIVILEGES OF MEMBERS INCLUDE: 1. Admission to the Showgrounds for Members and Member’s Guest 2. Members District Ticket allowing 1 free admission to Oxford, Malvern, Methven, Mayfield, Temuka/Geraldine, Courtenay, Amberley, Ashburton, Northern (Rangiora), Ellesmere, Southern Canterbury, Nelson, Banks Peninsula, and Cheviot A&P Shows 3. Reduced entry fees to show and associated competitions 4. Annual Newsletter & End of Year reports SUBSCRIPTIONS: $25.00 (GST inclusive) Sheep SHEEP SECTION CHAIRMAN: Mr Stuart Sinclair TO BE SHOWN ON SATURDAY ONLY All sheep must be on the ground and penned by 9am and ready for judging which will commence at 9.45 am.

Entry Fees: Members $5, Non-Members $6 Prize Money: 1st $7, 2nd $5, 3rd $3 Single entry Ram and Ewe Hogget classes having entries of six or more, prize money will be awarded as follows: 1st $30, 2nd $20, 3rd $10 Single entry Ram and Ewe Hogget classes having entries of less than six, prize money will be awarded as follows: 1st $20, 2nd $15, 3rd $10 Prize money will be awarded except on Ram and Ewe Hogget classes as follows:- 1 or 2 Entries - First prize money 3 or 4 entries - First and second prize money 5 or more entries - First second and third prize money will be paid. Prize money will be paid out to winners in Sheep Section after the Show.

Bank Account details MUST be supplied at time of entry for prize money to be paid out.

All Meat Breeds / Terminal Sire shorn classes are to be machine shorn fairly and evenly on or after 1st September 2017

All sheep must be exhibited in full wool unless shown in shorn classes. In sheep section the sheep are bred by Exhibitors unless stated otherwise. All sheep must be on the ground and penned by 9am ready for judging. The giving of a prize to a sheep shall imply that the Judges are satisfied that such sheep is fairly shorn and fairly trimmed. All sheep entered in the Purebred classes must be from registered flocks and eligible for entry in the recognized flock books.

Any ewe which is barren shall not be eligible to take a prize except in the fat classes.

Current Brucellosis Certificate must accompany entries or they will not be accepted. In the Natural Condition Class Exhibitors will be required to sign the following declaration on the entry form. I HEREBY DECLARE that the entries made by me in the Natural Condition Sheep Classes comply with the following conditions: (1) That the sheep were shorn evenly and close to the skin. (2) That the wool has not been trimmed in any way since, except crutching or dagging. (3) That there has not been any colouring, oiling or locking, except dipping. (4) That the sheep have not been rugged or covered at any time, nor housed more than 24 hours before judging.

Signed . . Exhibitor NB: If the above declaration has not been completed by the Exhibitor the exhibits will not be placed before the Judge. The ASSOCIATION awards a SUPREME CHAMPION RIBBON in each Purebred Section. The ASSOCIATION awards a CHAMPION RIBBON and a RESERVE CHAMPION TICKET for Ram and Ewe in each Purebred Section. THE JOHN BONIFANT MEMORIAL CUP will be awarded to the winner for most points in the Sheep Section. To be held by winner for one year 2017 Winner - S J Sinclair THE DONALD LETHAM MEMORIAL TROPHY will be awarded to the Supreme Sheep of the Show to be held by the winner for one year; Carrfields Livestock gives $250 to the winner of this Trophy.

2017 - Winner BJ & PE Butterick INTERBREED CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS ANZ BANK Wool Breed Ram - under 18 months ANZ BANK Meat Breed Ram - under 18 months PGG WRIGHTSON Wool Breed Ewe - under 18 months PGG WRIGHTSON Meat Breed Ewe - under 18 months ANZ BANK donates $125 and a Ribbon each to the Champion Wool Breed Sire and the Champion Mutton Breed Sire.

PGG WRIGHTSON donates a $100 and a Ribbon each to the Champion Wool Breed Ewe and the Champion Mutton Breed Ewe. ESSENTIAL NUTRITION donates a Voucher to each of the second and third place getters in the Wool Breed Sire, Meat Breed Sire, Wool Breed Ewe and Mutton Breed Ewe. ANZCO CANTERBURY donates $50 each to the second placed Champion Wool Breed Sire and the Champion Mutton Breed Sire. SUPREME CHAMPION SHEEP OF THE SHOW to be judged at the conclusion of the Champion of Champions SUPER DAM CHAMPION

HAZLETT RURAL LTD donates $75 and a Tri Coloured Prize Ribbon to the Champion Wool and Meat Breed Dam Super Meat Breed Dam Super Wool Breed Dam To be judged from the individual Breeds "Champion Ewe with Lamb/s at Foot".

Tri Coloured Prize Ribbon awarded for Champion Wool & Meat Dam. Merino In Merino Classes the onus of Classification to be on the Exhibitor recognising standards for Merino Wool. See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Open Classes Class 1 RAM, above 18 months. Strong combing Class 2 RAM, over 18 months. Fine combing Class 3 RAM, under 18 months Class 4 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 5 EWE, under 18 months.

Corriedale The JAMES STOREY BLAND MEMORIAL CUP will be awarded to the winner of the most points in Corriedales. To be held by winner for one year 2017 - Not Awarded The STUDHOLME CUP will be awarded to the placed sheep in open Classes carrying the best true Corriedale fleece - 2017-Not Awarded See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Open Classes Class 6 RAM, over 30 months Class 7 RAM, over 18 months and under 30 months Class 8 RAM, over 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July Class 9 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July Class 10 PAIR OF RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20th July Class 11 EWE, over 30 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 12 EWE, over 18 months and under 30 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 13 EWE, over 18 mths, machine shorn on or after 20 July & her suckling lamb(s) Class 14 EWE, under 18 months Class 15 EWE, under 18 months shorn on or after 20 July Romney THE SOUNDNESS CHALLENGE CUP will be awarded to the winner of most points in Romneys.

To be held for one year - 2017 - P & D Lowe See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sires). Open Classes Class 16 RAM, over 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 17 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 18 PAIR RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 19 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s)

Class 20 EWE, over 18 mths, machine shorn on or after 20 July & her suckling lamb(s) Class 21 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 22 PAIRS OF EWES, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Natural Condition Classes (All Natural Condition Classes must be in full wool unless otherwise stated) Class 23 RAM, over 18 months (Woolly or shorn). Class 24 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 25 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s). Class 26 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Neumanns Tyre Services English Leicester THE ENGLISH LEICESTER BREED COMMITTEE of the New Zealand Sheepbreeders' Association offers a cash prize of $20 for the best ram hogget under 18 months in the English Leicester section.

The winning entries must be from flocks registered with the New Zealand Sheepbreeders Association. Three exhibitors with one or more entries each or two exhibitors with two or more entries each, or no award will be made.

See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Class 27 RAM, over 18 months. Class 28 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 29 PAIR RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 30 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 31 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s) shorn on or after 20 July Class 32 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Rabobank Border Leicester THE PETER DRUMMOND MEMORIAL CUP will be awarded to the winner of the most points in Border Leicesters. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 Winner - Westmere Farming Co THE BORDER LEICESTER BREED COMMITTEE of the New Zealand Sheepbreeders' Association offers cash prizes of $20 each for the best four-tooth ram, and best shorn ewe hogget and $30.00 for the best shorn ram hogget in the Border Leicester section.

The winning entries must be from flocks registered with the New Zealand Sheepbreeders' Association. Payment of prize money only when there are two exhibitors with a minimum of 3 entries.

See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Open Classes Class 33 RAM, over 30 months. Class 34 RAM, over 18 months and under 30 months. Class 35 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 36 PAIR RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 37 EWE, over 30 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 38 EWE, over 18 months and under 30 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 39 EWE, over 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July & her suckling lamb(s) Class 40 EWE, under 18 months.

Class 41 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July Class 42 PAIR EWES, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July

Class 43 THREE RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July Lincoln See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Class 44 RAM, over 18 months. Class 45 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 46 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 47 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Cheviot See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Class 48 RAM, over 18 months Class 49 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Class 50 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 51 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July. Silver Fern Farms Export Lamb Sire Prize Money: 1st $100, 2nd $50, 3rd $30, 4th $20 Class 52 SILVER FERN FARM EXPORT LAMB SIRE CLASS.

Please state breed on entry form.

Southdown THE SHEPHERDS BUSH MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY donated by the family of the late R.T.Latimer, will be awarded to the winner of most points in Southdown Ewes - 2017 - Not Awarded CHALLENGE CUP, presented by the late J. Connolly, for most points in Southdowns. To be held by winner for one year - 2017 - Not Awarded See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Open Classes Class 53 RAM, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 54 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 55 PAIR RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 56 EWE, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 & her suckling lamb(s) Class 57 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Dorset Down THE DORSET DOWN BREED COMMITTEE of the New Zealand Sheepbreeders' Association offers Rosettes for the best shorn ram and ewe hoggets in the Dorset Down Section.

A CHALLENGE CUP, presented by the late T.W.Stevenson, will be awarded to the Exhibitor for the best Dorset Down Sheep, Ram or Ewe - 2017 - Alistar Busch See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire). Class 58 RAM, above 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 59 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 60 PAIR RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 61 EWE, above 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 & her suckling lamb(s) Class 62 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16

Hampshire THE J.C. GUINNESS MEMORIAL CUP will be awarded to the Best Hampshire Sheep, Ram or Ewe - 2017 Winner - B & P Butterick THE RISINGHOLME CHALLENGE TROPHY donated by Mr D.S. Crosson, will be awarded to the winner of most points in Hampshires - 2017 - Winner B & P Butterick See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Class 63 RAM, over 18 months. Class 64 RAM, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 65 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 66 PAIR RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 67 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 68 EWE, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 & her suckling lamb(s) Class 69 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Mainland Minerals (NZ) Ltd Suffolk See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Class 70 RAM, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 71 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 72 PAIR RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 73 EWE, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 & her suckling lamb Class 74 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 75 EWE, under 18 months.

Class 76 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Ryal Bush Transport South Suffolk See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Class 77 RAM, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 78 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 79 PAIR RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 80 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 81 EWE, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 & her suckling lamb(s) Class 82 EWE, under 18 months Class 83 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Boehringer Ingelheim Poll Dorset CHALLENGE CUP will be awarded to the winner of the most points in the Poll Dorset Section.

To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Windermere Ltd See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Class 84 RAM, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 85 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 86 PAIR RAMS, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 87 EWE, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 & her suckling lamb(s) Class 88 EWE, under 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16

Rural Livestock Ltd Texel See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire). Class 89 RAM, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 90 RAM, under 18 months shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Class 91 EWE, over 18 months, shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 & her suckling lamb(s) Class 92 EWE, under 18 months shorn on or after 1 Sept 16 Dorper See class 0052 (Silver Fern Farm Export Lamb Sire) Class 93 RAM, over 18 months Class 94 RAM, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July Class 95 EWE, over 18 months & her suckling lamb(s) Class 96 Ewe, under 18 months, shorn on or after 20 July Charollais Class 97 Shorn Ram over 18 months Class 98 Shorn Ram under 18 Months Class 99 Shorn Ewe over 18 months Class 100 Shorn Ewe under 18 Months Flock Sheep Classes TO BE SHOWN IN NATURAL CONDITION Registered Sheep or their Progeny not eligible.

Members of Young Farmers' Clubs are eligible to compete in these classes with sheep which are not necessary their own property, but may be the property of their employers or parents. Membership of an YFC should be shown on the entry form.

THE ANDREW LETHAM MEMORIAL CUP will be awarded to the winner of most points in Flock Sheep Classes. To be held by winner for one year 2017 - Sam Hughes Fine Wool Breeds See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farms Export Lamb Sire) Class 101 EWE, in the wool & her suckling lamb(s) Class 102 TWO EWES, under 18 months, in the wool maybe shorn lambs Class 103 TWO EWES, under 18 months, shorn since 20 July. Strong Wool Breeds See Class 0052 (Silver Fern Farms Export Lamb Sire) Class 104 EWE, in the wool & her suckling lamb(s) Class 105 TWO EWES, under 18 months, in the wool, maybe shorn as lambs Class 106 TWO EWES, under 18 months, shorn since 20 July.

Black and Coloured A CHALLENGE TROPHY, donated by Misses J. and J. Burton, will be awarded to the winner of most points in Black and Coloured Sheep and Black and Coloured Wool Sections - 2017 Winner - L P & K E Ponsonby Shearing date for the Black and Coloured Shorn Sheep classes is on or after 20th May Mid Canterbury Branch of N.Z. Black and Coloured Breeders Association donates a rosette for best overall sheep in these classes.

A "NOVICE" is defined as a person who has not won a Championship at any A & P Show. ALL TO BE SHOWN IN NATURAL CONDITION. Class 107 RAM, over 18 months, shorn. Class 108 RAM, over 18 months. Class 109 RAM, under 18 months, shorn. Class 110 EWE, with progeny. Strong wool, shorn. Class 111 EWE, with progeny. Fine wool, shorn. Class 112 EWE, under 18 months. Fine wool, shorn. Class 113 EWE, under 18 months. Strong wool, shorn. Class 114 EWE HOGGET, novice class Open to exhibitors who have not won a first prize in Black and Coloured Sheep Classes. Class 115 WETHER, any age.

ANZCO Canterbury Spring Lambs Spring born lambs of any breed most suitable for the chilled export market.

POST ENTRIES accepted ANZCO CANTERBURY donates $100 prize money - 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20. Class 116 Pen of 2 lambs, minimum weight 32kg, L/W Boys and Girls Section TO BE SHOWN ON SATURDAY ONLY Judging to commence at 10.00 a.m. in front of the Wool Room Entry Fee: $1.00 Prize Money for each Class: First $3, Second $2, Third $1 Date as at day of Show Additional entries will be accepted for all Classes on Show Day. All entries to be led.

RIBBONS will be awarded to prize winners. EVANS ANIMAL FEED LTD donates a product vouchers to all competitors. PGG LTD gives a Challenge Cup to the winner of the Hogget class. To be held by the winner for one year - 2016 Winner - Amelia Chambers THE ASHBURTON STOCK AND STATION AGENTS' ASSN. gave a Challenge Cup to winner of Ewe Class. To be held by the winner for one year not awarded ASHBURTON A&P ASSOCITATION Lucky Prize Draw - $15 EACH to two Pet Lambs participating in the Grand Parade at 2.00 p.m.

Class 117 ONE Pet Lamb, to be led. Exhibitor 5 years and under. Class 118 ONE Pet Lamb, to be led.

Exhibitor 6, 7 & 8 years Class 119 ONE Pet Lamb, to be led. Exhibitor 9 years & over Class 120 EWE & her suckling lamb(s), to be led. Class 121 HOGGET, to be led. Class 122 PET LAMB, best fancy dressed Pet Lamb, exhibitor 7 years & under (Lambs from Class - Ewe & Suckling Lamb(s) are eligible). (No entry fee). Class 123 PET LAMB, best fancy dressed Pet Lamb, exhibitor 8 years & over

(Lambs from Class - Ewe & Suckling Lamb(s) are eligible). (No entry fee). Ashburton District Primary Schools Champion of Champion Lamb SPONSORED BY EVANS ANIMAL FEED LTD Following School's Pet Parade, two lambs from each Primary School are eligible to compete in this competition. To be judged on Saturday 27th October - 10.45 a.m. EVANS ANIMAL FEED LTD provide product vouchers for each lamb WINNER TAKES HOME A MOUNTAIN BIKE & CHAMPION RIBBON. PLEASE NOTE: PREVIOUS WINNERS OF MOUNTIAN BIKE NOT ELIGABLE FOR SAME PRIZE FOLLOWING YEAR Class 124 Ashburton District Primary Schools Champion of Champion Lamb Entrants to please wear their school uniform.

Youth Stock Judging Entrants must complete judging between 10 and 11.00am No Judging cards will be accepted after 11.00a.m Enter before show by 28th September or Post Entries will be accepted up until 9.45am on the morning of the event Prize giving for the 3 Junior Judging classes will take place prior to the Champion of Champion Sheep in the sheep arena at approximately 11.45am Prize Money: 1st $10, 2nd $8, 3rd $6, 4th $4 ANDREW BROWN Sponsors $30 towards this section Class 125 Young Farmers 17-25 years of age (Not to be a current secondary student) Class 126 Secondary School - Years 9-13 (Must be a current secondary student) Class 127 Primary School (years 6-8) Wool Section WOOL SECTION CONVENOR: Dave Strong JUDGES: TO BE JUDGED ON FRIDAY in the WOOL ROOM Entry fee: $3 Entries to be staged by 9.00 a.m.

Friday Wool entries to be judged and displayed in the WOOL ROOM 1st Prize $5.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00 Prize Money will be paid out to winners in the Wool Section after the Show. All fleeces must be new season's wool.

Fleeces may be transferred between classes at discretion of Judge. The Judge will take into consideration whether exhibits are typical of the breed, and make awards on type and value and will place a tag on each fleece giving the weight and value. Fleeces of lesser skirted weight than as set out in the table below will be disqualified from competing. Rams 3.50kg Ewes 2.50kg Woolly Hogget's 2.00kg There will be no maximum greasy weight.