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.

Fleeces also entered at the Canterbury A&P Show will be transported after the Ashburton A&P Show if required – please advise the Wool Convenor. THE ESKDALE PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP, presented by Mr Colin D .Chisnall, will be awarded to the winner of most points in Wool Section. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Aileen Sandrey ANZ BANK gives $50 to the winner of most points in the Wool Section. The ASSOCIATION awards a CHAMPION RIBBON for the best Fine Wool Fleece and the best Crossbred Fleece.

ANZ BANK gives $75 each to the exhibitor of the Champion Fine Wool Fleece and Champion Crossbred Fleece. MAINLAND WOOL LIMITED gives $50.00 to the best prizewinning fleece suitable for carpet manufacture FAMILY OF THE LATE MR COLIN DAVISON donates $25 to the exhibitor of the Hogget Fleece gaining the most points. Merino ESSENTIAL NUTRITION donates a voucher to the exhibitor gaining the most points in the Merino classes. Class 128 RAM Class 129 EWE Class 130 HOGGETT Class 131 EWE OR WETHER Mid Micron Class 132 RAM Class 133 EWE Class 134 HOGGETT Crossbreds (Including Lustre Breeds) Class 135 RAM Class 136 EWE MAINLAND WOOL LIMITED donate $50 to the winner Class 137 HOGGET (not shorn as a lamb) MAINLAND WOOL donates $50 to the winner Black and Coloured All Fleeces to be ready for judging by 9.30am Friday. Entry Fee: $3 Prize Money: 1st $5, 2nd $3, 3rd $2. All fleeces in this section to be judged most suitable for handcraft. 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 - LP & KE Ponsonby Mid Canterbury Branch of N.Z. Black and Coloured Sheep Breeders Association donates a rosette for Champion Fleece in these Classes.

The ASSOCIATION awards a CHAMPION RIBBON for the best fleece. ANZ BANK gives $50 to the exhibitor of the Champion Black and Coloured Fleece. ESSENTIAL NUTRITION donates a voucher to the exhibitor gaining the most points in the Black & Coloured Wool Section. Class 138 MATURE FLEECE, 31 microns (52's) and finer Class 139 MATURE FLEECE 33 microns (50's) and stronger. Class 140 WOOLLY HOGGET, 30 microns (54's) and finer Class 141 WOOLLY HOGGET, 31 microns (52's) and stronger Gift Fleece Competition All fleeces to be ready for judging by 9.00am Friday. NO ENTRY FEE 1st $25, 2nd $15, 3rd, $10. MAINLAND WOOL LIMITED sponsors this class and donates $50 to this class All fleeces become property of Ashburton A & P Association. Class 142 ONE FLEECE, skirted, minus belly, from any sheep breed Ashburton A&P Shears Shearing Competition CONVENOR: - Rex Lash To be held on Saturday 27th October 2018, Ashburton Showgrounds. Circuit for Allbreeds OPEN BLADES: Sponsored by BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE OPEN: Sponsored by MAINLAND WOOL SENIOR: Sponsored by PROSHEAR INTERMEDIATE: Sponsored by TINWALD TAVERN JUNIOR: Sponsored by ASHBURTON TRADING SOCIETY LOCAL OPEN: Sponsored by PETER WALSH & ASSOCIATES Supported by: WESTPAC BANKING CO-ORPORATION, HEINIGER NZ LTD, RURALTRANSPORT LTD, SOUTHERN MAN SPEED SHEARS, FARMLANDS WOOLRITE and ACTO AGRICULTURE Junior Heats commence at 9.00 a.m.

Enquiries to: Norm Harraway (03) 303-5412, 027 241 3023 The ASSOCIATION provide RIBBONS for all classes. All TROPHIES in this Section to be held by the winner for one year. JOE SPOONER MEMORIAL CUP- Best All round Local Competitor gaining the most points in the heats over all grades- 2017 Winner - Grant Smith Shearing Class 143 ASHBURTON TRADING SOCIETY JUNIOR Entry Fee: $8.00 Prize Money: $250 + Singlets + Sashes 2017 Winner - Darcy Tong Class 144 TINWALD TAVERN INTERMEDIATE Entry Fee: $10.00 Prize Money: $300 + Trophy + Singlets + Sashes 2017 Trophy Winner - Duncan Leslie Class 145 PROSHEAR SENIOR Entry Fee: $12.00

Prize Money: $500 + Trophy + Singlets + Sashes 2017 Trophy Winner-Nathan Stratford Class 146 MAINLAND WOOL OPEN Entry Fee: $15.00 Prize Money: $1000 + Trophy + Singlets + Sashes 2017 Winner-Luis Poncol Class 147 PETER WALSH & ASSOCIATES LOCAL OPEN Entry Fee: $15.00 Prize Money: $400 + Trophy + Sash + Product Prize 2017 Winner-Grant Smith Class 148 BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE OPEN BLADES Entry Fee: $12.00 Prize Money: $300 + Trophy + Singlet + Sash 2017 Trophy Winner-Mike McConnell CATTLE SECTION PLEASE NOTE FOR THE 2018 SHOW THIS SECTION WILL NOT BE HELD DUE TO THE RECENT Mycoplasma Bovis OUTBREAK THE DECISION TO BE REVIEWED IN 2019 Tux New Zealand Yarding Challenge Dog Trials Tux New Zealand Yarding Challenge Dog Trials David King Supervisor TO BE RUN ON FRIDAY & SATURDAY Order of running will be drawn by ballot and competitors notified by listing, which will be furnished with entry acknowledgement. Order of running to be strictly adhered to. Entry Fees: Open $16.00 Maiden $16.00 - automatic entry to open The following prizes will be given: OPEN CLASS: 1st $450, 2nd $200, 3rd $150, 4th $75, 5th $50 MAIDEN CLASS: 1st $100, 2nd $60, 3rd $40 NOVICE CLASS: 1st $100, 2nd $60, 3rd $40 DISTRICT CLASS: 1st $100, 2nd $60, 3rd $40 PAUL CUNNEEN OF PROPERTY BROKERS ASHBURTON kindly donates $200 to Tux NZ Yarding Challenge Additional Support provided by RURAL TRANSPORT THE D.N.ADAMS CUP will be awarded to the Best Local Dog. To be held by winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Paul Copland

A TROPHY, donated by the late J.H.Grigg, will be awarded to the winner of Open Trial. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Hamish Steele ASHBURTON GUARDIAN CENTENNIAL TROPHY re-donated by W.H.Weir for District Dog awarded for highest points. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Paul Copland MR AND MRS H.M.KING donate a Silver Tray to be awarded to the winner of district run-off. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Peter Hanna CHALLENGE CUP, donated by the late C.A. McKay will be awarded to the best Maiden Dog 2107 Winner - Paul Copland A CHAMPION RIBBON will be awarded to the Champion Dog. COURSE TUX New Zealand Yarding Challenge Sheep kindly loaned by Mark Copland Please see www.ashburtonshow.co.nz for separate Dog Trials Entry Form Class 194 OPEN TRIAL Class 195 MAIDEN TRIAL A maiden dog is one which has never won a standard event (prior to closing date of entries). Class 196 NOVICE TRIAL Class 197 DISTRICT TRIAL Alpacas JUDGE: Diana Marks CONVENOR: Kim Greenfield TO BE SHOWN ON SATURDAY 27th October 2018 ENTRIES CLOSE ON WEDNESDAY 28th September 2018 PLEASE SEE www.ashburtonshow.co.nz FOR A COPY OF THE ALPACA ENTRY FORM Entry Fee: $8.00 per class HOMESTEAD FARM donates a CHALLENGE CUP for the best turned out Handler and Alpaca. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 K Greenfield WAIKARA PARK ALPACAS donate a perpetual trophy to the SUPREME CHAMPION HUACAYA ALPACA. 2017 Winner - F & A Walkington HOMESTEAD FARM donates a perpetual trophy to the SUPREME CHAMPION SURI ALPACA. 2017 Winner N & A Godfrey THE ASSOCIATION gives a SUPREME CHAMPION RIBBON to the SUPREME CHAMPION HUACAYA ALPACA AND SUPREME CHAMPION SURI ALPACA.

THE ASSOCIATION gives RIBBONS to the CHAMPION &RESERVE CHAMPION, MALE & FEMALE JUNIOR, INTERMEDIATE, ADULT and SENIOR HUACAYA and SURI ALPACAS. All Alpacas to be penned by 8.00 a.m. To commence judging at 8.30 a.m. Conditions of Entry:- 1. All animals must belong to a clear TB herd where whole herd testing is performed in accordance with the AANZ voluntary TB scheme and either (a) the herd they come from has a current valid (Clear) TB whole herd certificate and is situated outside any Declared Movement Control Area for Cattle and Deer as defined and mapped by the Animal Health Board or (b) the herd they come from has a current valid (clear) TB whole herd certificate and they are situated within any Declared Movement Control Area for Cattle and Deer as defined and mapped by the Animal Health Board and the specified alpacas attending the Show have been tested clear of TB within 60 days of the Show. Copies of TB certificates to be enclosed with entry forms.

2. All Alpacas entered in Championship Classes must be registered with the IAR and carry a brass ear tag displaying its corresponding IAR number. Copies of registration certificates are required to be enclosed with the entry forms. Please note that A1 forms are not acceptable.

3. The exhibitor is the owner(s) listed on the alpaca's registration certificate. In the case of a registered lease, the lessee is deemed the owner. 4. The colour of any alpaca is the colour closest to the skin at the mid side on the day of the Show. If any exhibitor is unsure of their alpacas colour, clarification can be made with the stewards on the day 5. The age of the alpaca is its age on the day of the Show. 6. All exhibitors or handlers must place their animals in the pens allotted by the Convenor. Placement of animals in 'trade pens' will only be done with the permission of the Chief Steward. 7. No animals shall be removed from the show prior to the completion of the Grand Parade without the permission of the Chief Steward.

SURI CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES Standard Age - Suri Alpaca: Class 198 JUNIOR FEMALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, White Class 199 JUNIOR FEMALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Light fawn Class 200 JUNIOR FEMALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 201 JUNIOR FEMALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Brown Class 202 JUNIOR FEMALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Grey/Roan Class 203 JUNIOR FEMALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Black CHAMPION JUNIOR Female Suri Alpaca CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE SURI will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR Female Suri Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE SURI will receive a Ribbon Class 204 JUNIOR MALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, White Class 205 JUNIOR MALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Light Fawn Class 206 JUNIOR MALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 207 JUNIOR MALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Brown Class 208 JUNIOR MALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Grey/Roan Class 209 JUNIOR MALE SURI, 6 months & under 12 months, Black CHAMPION JUNIOR Male Suri Alpaca CHAMPION JUNIOR MALE SURI will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR Male Suri Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR MALE SURI will receive a Ribbon Class 210 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, White Class 211 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Light Fawn Class 212 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 213 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Brown Class 214 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Grey/Roan Class 215 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Black CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE Female Suri Alpaca CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE FEMALE SURI will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE Female Suri Alpaca

RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE REMALE SURI will receive a Ribbon Class 216 INTERMEDIATE MALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, White Class 217 INTERMEDIATE MALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Light Fawn Class 218 INTERMEDIATE MALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 219 INTERMEDIATE MALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Brown Class 220 INTERMEDIATE MALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Grey/Roan Class 221 INTERMEDIATE MALE SURI, 12 & under 24 months, Black CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE Male Suri Alpaca CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE MALE SURI will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE Male Suri Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE MALE SURI will receive a Ribbon Class 222 ADULT FEMALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, White Class 223 ADULT FEMALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Light Fawn Class 224 ADULT FEMALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 225 ADULT FEMALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Brown Class 226 ADULT FEMALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Grey/Roan Class 227 ADULT FEMALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Black CHAMPION ADULT Female Suri Alpaca CHAMPION ADULT FEMALE SURI will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT Female Suri Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT FEMALE SURI will receive a Ribbon Class 228 ADULT MALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, White Class 229 ADULT MALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Light Fawn Class 230 ADULT MALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 231 ADULT MALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Brown Class 232 ADULT MALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Grey/Roan Class 233 ADULT MALE SURI, 24 months & under 36 months, Black CHAMPION ADULT Male Suri Alpaca CHAMPION ADULT MALE SURI will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT Male Suri Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT MALE SURI will receive a Ribbon Class 234 SENIOR FEMALE SURI, 36 months & over, White Class 235 SENIOR FEMALE SURI, 36 months & over, Light Fawn Class 236 SENIOR FEMALE SURI, 36 months & over, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 237 SENIOR FEMALE SURI, 36 months & over, Brown Class 238 SENIOR FEMALE SURI, 36 months & over, Grey/Roan Class 239 SENIOR FEMALE SURI, 36 months & over, Black

CHAMPION SENIOR Female Suri Alpaca CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE SURI will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR Female Suri Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE SURI will receive a Ribbon Class 240 SENIOR MALE SURI, 36 months & over, White Class 241 SENIOR MALE SURI, 36 months & over, Light Fawn Class 242 SENIOR MALE SURI, 36 months & over, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 243 SENIOR MALE SURI, 36 months & over, Brown Class 244 SENIOR MALE SURI, 36 months & over, Grey/Roan Class 245 SENIOR MALE SURI, 36 months & over, Black CHAMPION SENIOR Male Suri Alpaca CHAMPION SENIOR MALE SURI will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR Male Suri Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR MALE SURI will receive a Ribbon SUPREME CHAMPION SURI HOMESTEAD FARM ALPACA TROPHY will now be presented SUPREME CHAMPION SURI will receive a Ribbon and $80.00 Standard Age - Huacaya Alpacas а Class 246 JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, White Class 247 JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Light Fawn Class 248 JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 249 JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Brown Class 250 JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Grey/Roan Class 251 JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Black CHAMPION JUNIOR Female Huacaya Alpaca CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR Female Huacaya Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon Class 252 JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, White Class 253 JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Light Fawn Class 254 JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 255 JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Brown Class 256 JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Grey/Roan Class 257 JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA, 6 & under 12 months, Black CHAMPION JUNIOR Male Huacaya Alpaca CHAMPION JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR Male Huacaya Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon

Class 258 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, White Class 259 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Light Fawn Class 260 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 261 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Brown Class 262 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Grey/Roan Class 263 INTERMEDIATE FEMALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Black CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE Female Huacaya Alpaca CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE HUACAYA FEMALE will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE Female Huacaya Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE FEMALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon Class 264 INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, White Class 265 INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Light Fawn Class 266 INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 267 INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Brown Class 268 INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Grey/Roan Class 269 INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA, 12 & under 24 months, Black CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE Male Huacaya Alpaca CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE Male Huacaya Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon Class 270 ADULT FEMALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, White Class 271 ADULT FEMALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Light Fawn Class 272 ADULT FEMALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 273 ADULT FEMALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Brown Class 274 ADULT FEMALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Grey/Roan Class 275 ADULT FEMALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Black CHAMPION ADULT Female Huacaya Alpaca CHAMPION ADULT FEMALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT Female Huacaya Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT FEMALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon Class 276 ADULT MALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, White Class 277 ADULT MALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Light Fawn Class 278 ADULT MALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 279 ADULT MALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Brown Class 280 ADULT MALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Grey/Roan Class 281 ADULT MALE HUACAYA, 24 months & under 36 months, Black

CHAMPION ADULT Male Huacaya Alpaca CHAMPION ADULT MALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT Male Huacaya Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT MALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon Class 282 SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, White Class 283 SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Light Fawn Class 284 SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 285 SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Brown Class 286 SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Grey/Roan Class 287 SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Black CHAMPION SENIOR Female Huacaya Alpaca CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR Female Huacaya Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon Class 288 SENIOR MALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, White Class 289 SENIOR MALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Light Fawn Class 290 SENIOR MALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Mid/Dark Fawn Class 291 SENIOR MALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Brown Class 292 SENIOR MALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Grey/Roan Class 293 SENIOR MALE HUACAYA, 36 months & over, Black CHAMPION SENIOR Male Huacaya Alpaca CHAMPION SENIOR MALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR Male Huacaya Alpaca RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR MALE HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon SUPREME CHAMPION HUACAYA WAIKARA PARK ALPACA TROPHY will now be presented SUPREME CHAMPION HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon and $80.00 COLOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS CHAMPION WHITE SURI CHAMPION LIGHT FAWN SURI CHAMPION MID/DARK FAWN SURI CHAMPION BROWN SURI CHAMPION GREY/ROAN SURI CHAMPION BLACK SURI CHAMPION WHITE HUACAYA CHAMPION LIGHT FAWN HUACAYA CHAMPION MID/DARK FAWN HUACAYA CHAMPION BROWN HUACAYA CHAMPION GREY/ROAN HUACAYA CHAMPION BLACK HUACAYA

Non - Championship Classes: Class 294 SIRES PROGENY (HUACAYA) This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the same sire. The sire is not shown. Progeny are shown in groups of two and can be of mixed sex, age and colour but must have been shown in their respective Championship classes at the same show. Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors. THIS CLASS IS TO BE ENTERED ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW - sire's name and the names of his progeny are to be registered with the Chief Steward before the commencement of judging of the Special Classes.

Class 295 SIRES PROGENY (SURI) This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the same sire. The sire is not shown. Progeny are shown in groups of two and can be of mixed sex, age and colour but must have been shown in their respective Championship classes at the same show. Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors. THIS CLASS IS TO BE ENTERED ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW - sire's name and the names of his progeny are to be registered with the Chief Steward before the commencement of judging of the Special Classes.

Class 296 GET OF DAM (HUACAYA) This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the same dam. The dam is not shown. Progeny are shown in groups of two and can be of mixed sex, age and colour but must have been shown in their respective Championship classes at the same show. Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors. THIS CLASS IS TO BE ENTERED ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW - dam's name and the names of her progeny are to be registered with the Chief Steward before the commencement of judging of the Special Classes.

Class 297 GET OF DAM (SURI) This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the same dam. The dam is not shown. Progeny are shown in groups of two and can be of mixed sex, age and colour but must have been shown in their respective Championship classes at the same show. Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors. THIS CLASS IS TO BE ENTERED ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW - dam's name and the names of her progeny are to be registered with the Chief Steward before the commencement of judging of the Special Classes.

The following four classes are for entire males and females, must be registered Class 298 FANCY SURI FEMALE - 6 months and over Class 299 FANCY SURI MALE - 6 months and over BEST FANCY SURI will receive a Ribbon Class 300 FANCY HUACAYA FEMALE - 6 months and over Class 301 FANCY HUACAYA MALE - 6 months and over BEST FANCY HUACAYA will receive a Ribbon Class 302 CHILD HANDLER (5 - 10 years inclusive) To be judged on handling ability and knowledge Prize Money: 1st $20.00, 2nd $10.00 Class 303 JUNIOR HANDLER (11-16 years inclusive) To be judged on handling ability and knowledge. Prize Money: 1st $20.00, 2nd $10.00

Goats TO BE SHOWN ON SATURDAY in the ITM SHED JUDGE: CONVENOR: Margaret Prattley Judging to commence at 10.00 a.m. For Herd Register & Associated Records. Must comply with the by-laws of the RAS of N.Z. for the exhibition of Dairy Goats Entry Fee: $4.00 Prize Money: 1st $5, 2nd $3, 3rd $2 Prize Money will be awarded as follows: 1 or 2 entries. First Prize Money. 3 or 4 entries. First and Second Prize Money. A TROPHY will be awarded to the Exhibitor gaining the most points in the Goat Section. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 Winner - K Carter Grand Parade at 2.00 p.m.

Dairy Goats THE ASSOCIATION gives Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons. CONDITIONS OF ENTRY: All goats must be penned by 9am. EXHIBITORS MUST PROVIDE HERD BOOK NUMBER WITH ENTRY. Standard Age Classes for Does Class 304 KIDDED DOE, in milk, under three years. Class 305 KIDDED DOE, in milk, 3 years and under 5 years Class 306 KIDDED DOE, in milk, 5 years and over CHAMPION DOE: to be selected from the first prize winners in the above three classes. RESERVE CHAMPION DOE: the second prize winner in the class from which the Champion was selected to be paraded with the other prize winners for selection of Reserve. Class 307 GRAND CHAMPION STANDARD AGE For does that have gained their Grand Champion Award CHAMPION CHALLENGE The Champion of the day to challenge the winner of class GRAND CHAMPION STANDARD AGE for GRAND CHAMPION BREED AWARDS (for Herd Register does only) Special Classes All animals entered in this section must be entered in their standard age class. Class 308 SENIOR PROGENY Two daughters in milk of same sire but different dams. The names of the sire and dams to be given on the entry form.

Class 309 TYPE & PRODUCTION Rules as per NZDGBA & Premier Regulations Class 310 BEST UDDER Open to all does who have borne a kid. To be judged when full and again when stripped out. Points awarded for both full and empty udder to be totaled to determine the prize winners. (Does must be finally stripped prior to entering the ring for empty udder judging.

Class 311 JUNIOR SPORTSMANSHIP - 15 years of age and under To be judged on exhibitor's ability to lead, place, turn, stop and start their goat. To answer two questions. Show preparation and appearance of both exhibitor and goat to be taken into account. Exhibitor's age to be included on entry form. Class 312 JUNIOR HERDSPERSON -15 yrs up to 25 yrs, showing an adult goat To be judged on presentation and knowledge of the anatomy of the animal, the handling and health of the adult goat, does not have to belong to the exhibitor Class 313 JUNIOR PROGENY Two daughters under 30 months that have not borne a kid, of same sire but different dams. The names of the sire and dams to be given on the entry form.

Standard Age Classes for Junior Does Class 314 MAIDEN DOE OR GOATLING Over 12 months and under 30 months, that has never borne a kid, including maiden milkers and springing does. Class 315 DOE KID, to be under 12 months CHAMPION JUNIOR DOE to be selected from the above two classes. RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR DOE. The second place winner in the class from which the Champion was selected to be paraded with the other first place winner for selection of Reserve. Class 316 DOE KID 6 months and under 12 months Class 317 BUCK KID 6 months and under 12 months Buck Classes Class 318 HERD REGISTER BUCK KID, under 12 months Class 319 HERD REGISTER BUCKLING, 12 months and under two years Class 320 HERD REGISTER BUCK, 2 years and over CHAMPION HERD REGISTER BUCK to be selected from HERD REGISTER BUCK and HERD REGISTER BUCKLING classes.

RESERVE CHAMPION BUCK. The second place winner in the class that the Champion was selected to be paraded with the other place winner for the selection of Reserve. Class 321 GRAND CHAMPION STANDARD AGE For bucks that have gained their Grand Champion Award. CHAMPION CHALLENGE BUCK The champion buck of the day to challenge the winner of GRAND CHAMPION STANDARD AGE class for GRAND CHAMPION BUCK BREED AWARDS SUPREME DAIRY GOAT IN SHOW Poultry POULTRY SECTION CONVENOR: Mr John Taylor STEWARDS: Karen Taylor & Brian Glassey JUDGES: TO BE SHOWN ON SATURDAY IN THE ASHBURTON ITM SHED Judging commences at 10am sharp.

Entry Fee: $1.00 Prize money: 1st $4, 2nd $2, 3rd $1 SOUTH ISLAND POULTRY PIGEON AND CAGE BIRD ASSOCIATION donate $10 and a certificate to the Grand Champion Exhibit in the Poultry Section

PLEASE NOTE: POULTRY SECTION EXHIBITORS PASSES WILL ONLY BE ISSUED WHEN 5 OR MORE ENTRIES ARE ENTERED. Birds to be penned by 9.00 a.m. on Saturday If there are three or more entries, tickets for first, second and third are to be given. The SOUTH ISLAND POULTRY, PIGEON & CAGE BIRD ASSN (INC) donates $10.00 and a certificate to the GRAND CHAMPION EXHIBIT and certificates for Best Heavy Breed, Best Light Breed, Best Fancy Bantam, Best Game, Best Waterfowl and Best Children's exhibits in the Poultry Section THE ASHBURTON FANCIERS' SOCIETY gives $5 to most points over all in all Poultry Classes. THE ASHBURTON FANCIERS' SOCIETY gives $5 for each Champion and Mr B.J. GLASSEY gives $3 for each Reserve:- Best Light Breed Bird Best Heavy Breed Bird Best Duck or Drake Best Open Class Bantam Best Children's Exhibit RIBBONS will be awarded to Best Heavy Breed, Best Light Breed, Best Bantam, Best Duck or Drake. EVANS ANIMAL FEEDS donates 10kg of mash to winner of most points in each of four sections Open Class 322 GAME FOWL, male Class 323 GAME FOWL, female. Class 324 LEGHORN, male. Class 325 LEGHORN, female. Class 326 ARAUCANA, male. Class 327 ARAUCANA, female. Class 328 ANCONA, male. Class 329 ANCONA, female. Class 330 SILKIE, male. Class 331 SILKIE, female. Class 332 ANY OTHER LIGHT BREED, male. Class 333 ANY OTHER LIGHT BREED, female. Class 334 CROSSBRED LIGHT BREED Class 335 AUSTRALORP, male. Class 336 AUSTRALORP, female. Class 337 RHODE ISLAND RED, male. Class 338 RHODE ISLAND RED, female. Class 339 SUSSEX, male.

Class 340 SUSSEX, female. Class 341 PLYMOUTH ROCK, male. Class 342 PLYMOUTH ROCK, female. Class 343 ORPINGTON, male, any colour. Class 344 ORPINGTON, female, any colour. Class 345 ANY OTHER HEAVY BREED, male. Class 346 ANY OTHER HEAVY BREED, female.

Class 347 CROSSBRED HEAVY BREED Ducks Class 348 KHAKI CAMPBELL DRAKE Class 349 KHAKI CAMPBELL DUCK Class 350 CAYUGA DRAKE Class 351 CAYUGA DUCK Class 352 ROUEN DRAKE Class 353 ROUEN DUCK Class 354 PEKIN DRAKE Class 355 PEKIN DUCK Class 356 MUSCOVY DRAKE Class 357 MUSCOVY DUCK Class 358 DRAKE, any other variety. Class 359 DUCK, any other variety. Bantams Class 360 GAME BANTAM, male. Class 361 GAME BANTAM, female. Class 362 PEKIN ANY COLOUR, male. Class 363 PEKIN ANY COLOUR, female. Class 364 BANTAM WYANDOTTE, male any colour Class 365 BANTAM WYANDOTTE, female any colour Class 366 BANTAM, male any other variety Class 367 BANTAM, female any other variety Class 368 CROSSBRED BANTAM Children's Classes (Under 16 years) Class 369 CHILDRENS PET POULTRY, male Class 370 CHILDRENS PET POULTRY, female Class 371 CHILDRENS PET BANTAM, male Class 372 CHILDRENS PET BANTAM, female

EQUESTRAIN EQUESTRIAN SECTION CONVENOR: Mrs Carolyn Coulter PLEASE NOTE: A limited amount of float parking will be available at the Eastern End of the Grounds. PLEASE NOTE; Sections that are qualifiers for Horse of the Year (HOY) are listed as" Qualifying Section" including Riding classes 17 years and over. The following Sections are Non Qualifying Section events at this year's show: Pony Rider Classes, Led Ponies, Led Horse, Rider over Fences and Cobs. CONDITIONS: 1. To be on the ground ready for judging by 8.00am. 2. To be eligible for District classes Horse or Pony must be owned by a resident of the Ashburton district and ridden by owner or a resident of the Ashburton district including Partnerships or lease- see Rule 22.

3. DEFINITION OF A NOVICE - A Novice is a HORSE or PONY that has not won 6 first in conformation classes (including Ladies & Gentlemen's Hack Classes) at any A&P show up to the first day of the Show. If 6 wins are gained after the close of entries, the Competitor must advise the Secretary's Office, and may transfer to an open class or a refund actioned after the show. A Novice Paced & Mannered Horse/Pony is one which has not won 6 first in Paced & Mannered classes. 3a. Novice pony exhibits (except Novice Pony Stallions) may be ridden by a rider of any age, in novice pony classes only 3b. All Novice pony classes are open to riders of any age, in novice pony classes only, except that special rules are in place for ridden stallions (see Age of Riders) 4. NOVICE HORSE OR PONY to be shown in snaffle bit only. 5. NOVICE CHEATING within three months of the show, a person found to have knowingly entered Novice ineligibly, that the A&P Association reserve the right to publicly withdraw those ribbons or prizes Novice and Open Horses/Ponies must carry Height Certificates and Performance Cards, failure to do so will result in elimination. The Central Districts of the Royal Agricultural Society collates all A&P Show results to enable Secretaries to keep a record of all Novice Wins.

6. All riding classes to be ridden astride. 7. All horses entered must CARRY a current height certificate either; (a) R.A.S. Life Certificate (b) R.A.S. Annual Certificate 8. Horses entered in the Standardbred Classes must carry a recognized Standardbred brand. 9. Saddle Horses and Ponies may not exhibit as Cobs or vice versa. 10. Some overnight accommodation on the grounds is available on application (see entry form). The acceptance of your entry fee does not guarantee that stabling requirements will be allocated as requested Phone Kristin 027 712 4758 11. The use of temporary yards is prohibited at all times. 12. 80% refunds of entry fees will only be made on production of a Veterinary Certificate or Medical Certificate to be dated stating when injury or illness occurred. To be received by Show Secretary no later than seven days after last day of Show.

13. Only on the production of a Veterinary Certificate may an original entry be replaced by a substitute the name of the owner of the original entry on written notification to the Secretary. 14. Ponies under 3 years old may not be shown in saddle classes. 16. Grand Parade will be held in the judging rings at 2.00 p.m. on Saturday and all prize winners are required to parade. 17. Prize money will be handed out in the judging ring along with the award ribbons. 18. Prize money in ALL horse events (except ESNZ Jumping Classes) will be paid out on a ratio of 1 to 3 on entries received, up to 4 placings.

19. HORSE MEASURING WILL BE BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENT ONLY - $31.00 PER HORSE FOR NEW MEASURES. Phone Rachel Edmonstone 027 200 1538. Annual Measure $21.00, Youngstock Measure $11.00, Replacement Certificates (through RAS Head Office) $76.00 20. Clean Sport testing may be carried out under the Rules of the Royal Agricultural Society, Section CS 1-8. These Rules are available for inspection at the Horse Back Number Office. 21. The exhibitors entering or competing at the Show shall be deemed to accept and be bound by these Regulations, Bylaws and Procedures.

22. All entries must be made in the name of the bona fide owner of the exhibit. A bona fide owner shall include a PARTNERSHIP or LEASE registered with the R.A.S. prior to closing of entries A Lease must be for a term of not less than six months and must be registered with the R.A.S. Head Office 23. Restricted classes are excluded from points prizes. 24. Championship Judging First placegetters in Conformation Classes only to parade for Championship Judging. Second placegetters to standby. The second placegetters to the Champion only to parade for Reserve Champion judging with first placegetters.

25. Late entries in Show Jumping classes, a 50% penalty will apply, and such competitors will be required to ride first. 26. All Equestrian 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 (due to damaged and lost trophies in recent years) 27. ALL CLASS TRANSFERS WILL BE CHARGED $2 TRANSFER FEE PER CLASS. 28. THE ONLY BACK NUMBERS PERMITTED WILL BE THOSE PROVIDED BY THE ASHBURTON A&P ASSOCIATION. A $5 fee will be charged for all back numbers refundable upon return. A $5 fee will be charged for a Judges/Course Designersl Fund, to be used at the discretion of the Ashburton A&P Association towards reimbursing equestrian Judges for some travel expenses incurred 29. Whips to be no longer than 76cms.

30. FEI entries for Friday and Saturday competition must be lodged on BOTH an A&P Association and ESNZ entry form. 31. "This show supports the RAS 'yellow card' system which will operate in the Equestrian Section of all RAS affiliated Shows and will be offered for any inappropriate behaviour towards show officials, judges, fellow competitors or any other third party connected with the show bringing the equestrian discipline into disrepute, or cases which are of a less serious nature to the above in accordance with the conduct of members, owners, lessees, competitors and/or exhibitors as provided in the RAS equestrian competitors and judges rulebook. Implementation of the 'Yellow Card' will be in accordance of the RAS rules that accompanied this card, and full wording of the 'Yellow Card' system is available to view on the RAS website 32 .RAS Rule J 20 - "No competitor/exhibitor or member of their family shall approach a Judge in regard to a decision unless they first obtain the permission of the Show/Event's - Convenor / Equestrian Convenor / Manager/Ring Master/Steward, the most senior of whom shall carry the decision on the day" 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. 33. Equestrian Levy: All Equestrian Entry Fees include an RAS Levy of $1 per Class, Stallions/Colts 34.RAS Rule CDE 14 a) All stallions and colts (with the exception of Foals and Miniature Horses and Shetland Pony Yearlings) must be shown in a bit.

b) A Steward will order any stallion/colt considered out of control or to be causing undue disquiet to other horses from the ring without recourse from the stallion/colt’s owner/exhibitor/competitor. c) It is compulsory for all stallions and colts, except foals, to wear two (2) official ‘S” identification badges, one attached to each side of their bridle, at all Shows/Events at all times. The rider/handler must also wear two RAS official (2) armbands (one on each arm) when in the ring. ‘S’ badges to be purchased from RAS Head Office or ESNZ; armbands from RAS Head Office.

d) Handlers and Riders of stallions/colts must wear an approved Hi Viz vest at Shows/Events when outside the showing ring. Vests can be purchased from RAS Head Office. Refer to RAS Rule Book under Stallions 35. Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. 36.Stables, Covered Yards or Open Yards that remain uncleaned at the conclusion of the show will have an invoice sent for cleaning costs. 37. SADDLERY AND ACCESSORIES The following are not allowed when horses or ponies are being ridden on the grounds at an affiliated show/events, nor shall a rider be lunged on a Horse or Pony with any of the following equipment attached to a bridle. Nosebands other that cavesons combined with Double Bridles or running reins used in conjunction with Double Bridles or other curb bits, Market Harborough, Bearing reins, Tie downs, Gags, Aide reins, or any other equipment not specifically listed here that could force or tie a horse or pony into a frame, and thereby be deemed cruel or come under the mistreatment rule. also refer to RAS Rules GR5 38. NOVICE CLASSIFICATIONS a) A Novice exhibit or rider is one that has yet to win six (6) classes in any division within the competitions provided at any A & P Show/Event.

Note: To clarify further, at time of first day of the Show/Event competition: If you have 0, 1 or 2 wins - you can enter the 0-2 wins class If you have 0,1, 2 or 3 wins you can enter the 0-3 class If you have 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 wins - you can enter the 0-5 wins class. Once you have achieved 6 wins in Confirmation (and this includes Ladies & Gents classes) and/or Paced & Mannered classes, you can no longer enter in Novice classes in that category. b) All wins, whether they be Novice or Open, at all affiliated RAS Shows/Events including the NZ Horse of the Year (HOY) show must be recorded on the RAS Certificate and/or Performance Card, until six wins are achieved.

39. GR4.. HATS AND SAFETY HELMETS a)In all cases current Work Safe New Zealand rules prevail. b) All riders, including harness drivers/with the exclusion of heavy horse (Clydesdale) working classes, competing at RAS affiliated A&P Shows/Events must wear protective headgear, which includes a retaining harness secured

to the shell at more than two points. Such headgear must be worn with the chinstrap properly adjusted and fastened when in the arena or ring, the practice area, collecting rings or anywhere else within a Showgrounds or the grounds of an affiliated Event.. c)Hats/helmets must confirm with one of the current approved safety standards and be tagged with an official NZPCA/ESNZ tag to show compliance with standard... These standards may be subject to change but the latest list can be found at http://www.ras.org.nz - equestrian. RAS will advise any changes via their website and Facebook.

d)All hats/helmets that conform as per c) must be identified by the current tag system implemented by NZPCA, ESNZ and RAS. 1. FRIDAY HORSE EVENTS ANNOUNCERS: D Rawlinson Friday and Saturday, Susan Harvey Ring 2 Saturday PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR EQUESTRIAN: Michelle Clark and Elise Ford SUPREME SADDLE HORSE & SUPREME SADDLE PONY will be presented with Horse Rugs kindly Sponsored by THE TRUST ASHBURTON BAYLEYS kindly sponsor Ring 1 MAINLAND COACHWORK LTD kindly sponsor Ring 3 MC INTOSH GROUP,SUPREME EQUINE HORSE FEEDS, DUNCAN NORRIE FARRIER, WESTWIND EQUINE and CANTERBURY VETS sponsor prize money in the Horse Showing sections. EVANS ANIMAL FEEDS donate prize money in the Hunter section McINTOSH GROUP donate Supreme Champion Horse Garland and ELECTRASERVE donate Armbands for Champion Horse Rider. WHOLESALE SEEDS LTD donate Supreme Champion Pony Garland and SPRAYMARKS donate an Armband for Champion Pony Rider LAKEWAY NURSERY supply plants and D & E Tractors supply tractors to the Horse Section BELLA VISTA MOTELS sponsors accommodation to our visiting judges FARRIER services available from Duncan Norrie 027 357 6363 ON CALL VET CANTERBURY VET 03 307 0686 VETLIFE ASHBURTON LUCKY BACK NUMBER - 2 X $50 vouchers will be available to equine exhibitors participating in the Grand Parade on Saturday at 2.00pm. Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. Novice Horses may enter in Open Classes.

COMPETITORS PLEASE ENSURE YOU THANK OUR SPONSORS MAINLAND COACHWORK LTD RING 3 Horse Showing Convenor - Rachael Edmonstone ASHBURTON DISTRICT RIDDEN HORSE JUDGE: M Jebson - Darfield Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging to commence at 8.00a.m. Eastern end of Ring.

THE L.J. FECHNEY MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY will be awarded to the winner of Novice Horse Ashburton District Class. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 Winner - Sarah Harrison D.E. KILLEY MEMORIAL TROPHY will be awarded to the winner of Open Horse, Ashburton District. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 Winner - Charlotte Waddell Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. All horses to be over 148cm. RIBBON to the CHAMPION DISTRICT HORSE Wrights Drycleaners donated vouchers to the winners of the following 3 District Classes Class 373 NOVICE HORSE, Ashburton District, 0-5 wins - Friday Class 374 OPEN HORSE, Ashburton District - Friday CHAMPION DISTRICT HORSE to be judged from the winners of the Novice and Open District Horse Classes.

Class 375 PACED & MANNERED HORSE, Ashburton District - Friday TINWALD CANVAS & UPHOLSTERY RIDDEN WARMBLOOD- Friday JUDGE: C Warren-Shrimpton -Timaru Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging to commence 8.00a.m. Eastern end of Ring. Warmblood horses must be registered with the NZ Warmblood Society, registration number to be stated on entry form THE FARRELL CHALLENGE CUP - The winners of the Pace & Mannered classes to parade for Judges at 12.45p.m... Saturday SUPREME CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE HORSE Champion Ridden Warmblood to parade for judging for Supreme Horse approximately 1.15 p.m. Saturday Class 376 Ridden Warmblood 4, 5, or 6 year old Friday Class 377 Ridden Warmblood 7 years and over Friday Class 378 Ridden Warmblood Paced any age - Friday Champion and Reserve Ridden Warmblood DUNCAN NORRIE FARRIER Saddle Hunters-over 148cm Friday- HOY QF Section JUDGE: C Warren-Shrimpton -Timaru Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging commences at 8.30 a.m. Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination.

DUNCAN NORRIE FARRIER sponsors prize money towards this section. Class 379 NOVICE SADDLE HUNTER 0-2 wins - Friday Class 380 NOVICE SADDLE HUNTER, 0-5 wins - Friday Class 381 NOVICE PACED & Mannered SADDLE HUNTER 0-5 wins - Friday CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE SADDLE HUNTER to be judged from classes 0-2 and 0-5 wins.

Second placed Novice Saddle Hunter to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winner for Reserve Champion. SUPREME EQUINE HORSEFEEDS - Riding Horse-Friday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: C Warren-Shrimpton -Timaru Entry Fee: Member $6 Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging commences at the conclusion of the Saddle Hunters All horses to be over 148cm SUPREME EQUINE kindly donates prize money towards this section and horse feed to the Champion & Reserve Novice Riding Horse Class 382 NOVICE RIDING HORSE, 0-2 wins - Friday Class 383 NOVICE RIDING HORSE, 0-5 wins - Friday Class 384 NOVICE PACED OR MANNERED RIDING HORSE, 0-5 wins - Friday CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE RIDING HORSE to be judged from classes 0-2 and 0-5 wins.

2nd placed Novice Riding Horse to the Champion to be judged alongside remaining winner for Reserve Champion. ASHBURTON GUARDIAN INHAND HACK OR HUNTER-Friday JUDGE: C Warren-Shrimpton -Timaru Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging to follow the completion of Saddle Hunters and Riding Horse classes ASHBURTON GUARDIAN award ribbons for the CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION IN-HAND HACK OR HUNTER Class 385 BEST PRESENTED LED HORSE & HANDLER - Friday Class 386 YEARLING HACK or HUNTER, male or female - Friday Class 387 TWO YEAR OLD HACK or HUNTER, male or female - Friday Class 388 THREE YEAR OLD HACK or HUNTER, male or female - Friday CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION LED HACK OR HUNTER Class 389 BEST PACED & MANNERED IN-HAND HACK OR HUNTER-Friday MAINLAND COACHWORK LTD Ring 3 McINTOSH GROUP HACKS - Friday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: M Jebson - Darfield Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging to commence at 8.30 a.m. Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination.

All horses to be over 158cm. McINTOSH GROUP sponsor prize money towards this section Class 390 NOVICE HACK, 0-2 wins - Friday Class 391 NOVICE HACK, 0-5 wins - Friday

Class 392 NOVICE PACED AND MANNERED HACK, 0-5 wins - Friday CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE HACK to be judged from classes 0-2 and 0-5 wins. Second placed Novice hack to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winner for Reserve Champion. WESTWIND EQUINE PARK HACKS - Friday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: M Jebson - Darfield Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging to commence on conclusion of Saddle Hacks judging Horses over 148cm and not over 158cm Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination.

Class 393 NOVICE PARK HACK 0-2 wins - Friday Class 394 NOVICE PARK HACK, 0-5 wins - Friday Class 395 NOVICE PACED AND MANNERED PARK HACK, 0-5 wins - Friday CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION PARK HACK to be judged from classes 0-2 and 0-5 wins. Second placed Park hack to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winner for Reserve Champion. INHAND WARM BLOOD - Friday JUDGE: M Jebson - Darfield Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging follows the completion of Saddle Hunters and riding Horse classes Warmblood in hand horses must be registered with the NZ Warmblood Society, registration number to be stated on entry form.

Class 396 BEST PRESENTED WARMBLOOD LED HORSE & HANDLER Class 397 YEARLING WARMBLOOD, colt, filly or gelding Class 398 TWO OR THREE YEAR OLD WARMBLOOD, colt, filly or gelding Class 399 In - Hand Adult Warmblood, 4 years and over, male or female CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION IN-HAND WARMBLOOD Class 400 BEST PACED & MANNERED IN HAND HORSE INHAND COLOURED HORSES & PONIES - Friday JUDGE: R Thompson - Ashburton Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging to commence at 8.30a.m., eastern end of the ring. Horses/Ponies entering the Coloured section must display colour i.e. not just be genetically coloured e.g. they must display Appaloosa markings, Buckskin, Palomino, Pinto or true Roan (solid coloured head and legs). Sabino marked horses are not eligible for this section. BUTTERS TROPHY will be presented to the Best Coloured Horse. Donated by Matt, Carmen & Jade Butters. 2017 Winner - Kelly Chambers THE ASSOCIATION gives RIBBONS to the Champion and Reserve Champion Coloured Horse/Pony GOLDEN HORSE SOCIETY donates 2 Sashes to the highest placed registered NZ Golden Horses in the Golden Horse Class.

Horse must be registered with the Golden Horse Society and registration number stated on entry form. Class 401 BEST PRESENTED COLOURED HORSE/PONY & HANDLER Class 402 TWO YEAR OLD & UNDER, colt, filly or gelding Class 403 THREE YEAR OLD & OVER, mare, stallion or gelding CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION COLOURED HORSE/PONY Class 404 BEST SOLID COLOUR Class 405 BEST BROKEN COLOURED Butters Family, donate prize money and Sash to the winner of Best Broken Coloured class. Class 406 BEST GOLDEN HORSE Class 407 BEST PACED & MANNNERED COLOURED HORSE/PONY BEST PLEASURE HORSE OVER 148cm - Friday JUDGE: R Thompson - Ashburton Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judged at the conclusion on the Inhand Coloured Horses & Ponies This section is aimed at non-competitive riders and horses. Combinations completing in this ring are not eligible to compete in any other section at this A & P Show apart from Show Jumping.

Helmets must be worn & Western, English or Pony Club attire is acceptable. The Pleasure section is based on the performance of the horses and will be judged on their manners performance and way of going. Class 408 BEST PRESENTED HORSE Class 409 BEST WALKING HORSE Class 410 BEST TROTTING HORSE Class 411 BEST HORSE AND RIDER COMBINATION Class 412 BEST MANNERED HORSE Class 413 HORSE MOST SUITABLE FOR LEARNER RIDER Champion and Reserve Pleasure Horse to be judged from the winners of the classes Horse and Rider Combination, Mannered Horse and Horse Most Suitable for Learner Rider with second placegetters to stand.

Class 414 BEST RIDER MAINLAND COACHWORK LTD RING 3 WORKING HUNTER HORSES - Friday - HOY Qualifying Section Convenors of Hunter Sections - Rachael Edmonstone and Duncan Norrie JUDGE: M Jebson - Darfield

Judging to commence at completion of all judging in Ring 3, approximately 11.a.m. Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. Working Hunters are required to demonstrate jumping ability and be of good strong conformation with good manners, sound paces and be a comfortable ride over long distances. They will be required to jump a minimum of two and a maximum of five hunter type fences. Jumping style and ability 40%, conformation 30%, paces and manners 30%. Horses will be required to gallop within the confines and constraints of the venue involved.

Horse/Pony height certificates/performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. NOVICE HORSE OR PONY to be shown in snaffle bit only. THE W.R. LEMON MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY and Rosette for CHAMPION WORKING HUNTER. 2017 Winner - Gemma Watherston One Rider Combination Class 415 NOVICE WORKING HUNTER HORSE 0-5 wins - Friday Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Class 416 OPEN WORKING HUNTER HORSE over 148cm and not exceeding 163cm Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $20, 4th $10 Class 417 OPEN WORKING HUNTER HORSE over 163cm - Friday Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $20, 4th $10 CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION WORKING HUNTER to be judged from the winners of the classes 416 and 417 second placed Working Hunter to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winner for Reserve Champion.

EVANS ANIMAL FEEDS Hunter Jumping Horses over 148cm - HOY Q Section JUDGE: C Warren-Shrimpton - Timaru Judging to commence at conclusion of Working Hunters (approximately 1.00 p.m.) Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. MRS BETTY THOMAS offers a CHALLENGE CUP for the CHAMPION HUNTER. Judge to pay special attention to type. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 Winner -Chrissie Hore A SILVER TEAPOT given by the late J.A.MUIRHEAD will be awarded to the BEST LADY RIDER over Hunter Events. 2017 Winner - Chrisse Hore J.H. MUIRHEAD CHALLENGE CUP will be awarded to the BEST GENTLEMAN RIDER over Hunter Events. 2017 Winner - Duncan Norrie EVANS ANIMAL FEEDS donates prize money to the Hunter section. RIBBONS & ROSETTES N.Z. LTD donates $150 to the combination with the MOST POINTS OVERALL in the HUNTER SECTION.

Class 418 NOVICE HUNTER OVER FENCES, 0-5 wins. Two baulks to disqualify. - Friday Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $30, 2nd $20, 3rd $10

Class 419 WIRE JUMPING CONTEST - Friday With wire jumps open to financial members of any recognized Hunt. Will be run in conjunction with Hunter over 148cm and not exceeding 163cm and Hunter over 163cm classes This class is judged within the following 2 Open Hunters classes Entry Fee: Member $8, Non Members $12 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $10 Class 420 OPEN HUNTER OVER FENCES Over 148cm and not exceeding 163cm - Friday one baulk to disqualify Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $10 Class 421 OPEN HUNTER OVER FENCES, over 163cm. One baulk to disqualify. - Friday Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $10 Class 422 LADY'S HUNTER OVER FENCES - to be ridden by a Lady Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $10 Class 423 GENTLEMANS HUNTER OVER FENCES - To be ridden by a Gentleman Entry Fee: member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $10 Class 424 QUALIFIED HUNTER - Friday Three hunts in season to qualify. To be signed by Master of Hunt and to be shown on request Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $25, 3rd $15, 4th $10 Champion and Reserves Champion Hunter from Open, Lady's And Gentlemen's Hunter Classes RING 2 SHOW PONIES - FRIDAY Ring Convenors - P Waddell and J Ryan Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 unless otherwise stated DISTRICT SHOW PONY CLASSES to be judged at 8.00 a.m. in A Ring All other Rings to commence at 8.30 a.m.

Please note C ring is combined with B ring Definition of a Novice & Ashburton District Classes please refer to rules VETLIFE ASHBURTON LUCKY BACK NUMBER - 2 X $50 vouchers will be available to equine exhibitors participating in the Grand Parade on Saturday at 2.00pm. THE TRUST ASHBURTON has kindly sponsored accommodation to our visiting Judges and horse Rugs to the Supreme Horse and Pony FARMLANDS Co-operative Society Limited sponsors prize money within the Show Ponies and the Saddle Hunter Ponies Sections Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. BELLA VISTA MOTELS has kindly sponsored accommodation to our visiting Judges FARMLANDS CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD RING A - ASHBURTON DISTRICT PONIES JUDGE: A McGregor - Rangiora DISTRICT SHOW PONY CLASSES to be judged at 8.00 am in A Ring

All ponies not over 148cm. Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. All riders under 17 years of age as at 1 August 2018 Novice Horses & Ponies may be ridden by riders of any age. WRIGHTS DRYCLEANERS donates vouchers to the winners the following 3 District Classes Refer to Ashburton District Class rules in Main Rules Class 425 Ashburton District NOVICE PONY, 0-5 wins not over 148cm Class 426 Ashburton District OPEN PONY not over 148cm WINNER of Ashburton District Open Pony to receive SASH and MRS J. MONTGOMERY gives a CHALLENGE CUP to the winner - 2017 Winner - Natasha Waddell for Open Pony Ashburton District Class 427 ASHBURTON DISTRICT PACED & MANNERED PONY not over 148cm WRIGHTS DRYCLEANERS DONATE A VOUCHER TO THE WINNER OF THIS CLASS SHOW PONY RING A - Friday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: A McGregor - Rangiora Judging to commence at 8.30a.m. All ponies not over 148cm Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination.

All riders under 17years age Novice Horses & Ponies may be ridden by riders of any age. Class 428 NOVICE SHOW PONY 0-2 wins over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm Class 429 NOVICE SHOW PONY 0-5 wins over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm J.F. CLEMENS MEMORIAL CHALLENGE CUP awarded to the winner of this class. 2017 Winner - Charlotte Roberts Champion and Reserve Champion Novice Show Pony to be judged from winners of Novice Pony 0- 2 and 0-5 wins. Second placed Novice Show Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion.

Class 430 NOVICE PACED & MANNERED NOVICE SHOW PONY Over 138cm and not over 148cm 0-5 wins SADDLE HUNTER PONIES- Friday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: A McGregor - Rangiora Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging to commence after completion of Show Pony Ring A Novice Ponies may enter in Open Classes and Ponies 148cm and under

Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. All Riders under 17 years age and judged on the Flat Ponies entered in this Section are not eligible to enter in the Show Pony Rings A.B. C. THE ASSOCIATION award ribbons for the CHAMPION & RESERVE NOVICE SADDLE HUNTER PONIES. Class 431 NOVICE SADDLE HUNTER PONY, not exceeding 138cm 0-2 wins Class 432 NOVICE SADDLE HUNTER PONY, over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm 0-5 wins Champion and Reserve Champion, Novice Saddle Hunter Pony to be judged from classes 431 and 432. Second placed Novice Saddle Hunter Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winner for Reserve Champion.

Class 433 NOVICE PACED & MANNERED SADDLE HUNTER PONY, exceeding 148cm 0- 5 wins. SHOW PONY B/C RING - Friday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: C Stevenson - Cromwell Judging commences 8.30 a.m. Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. Novice Horses & Ponies may be ridden by riders of any age. Class 434 NOVICE SHOW PONY 0-2 wins not exceeding 128cm Class 435 NOVICE SHOW PONY 0-2 wins over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm Class 436 NOVICE SHOW PONY 0-5 wins not exceeding 128cm Class 437 NOVICE SHOW PONY 0-5 wins over 128cm and not over 138cm Class 438 NOVICE PACED & MANNERED SHOW PONY, 0-5 wins not exceeding 128cm Class 439 NOVICE PACED & MANNERED SHOW PONY, 0-5 wins over 128cm & not exceeding 138cm BEST PLEASURE PONY under 148cm Friday in Pony Ring JUDGE: J Calvert - Ashburton Entry Fee: Member $6, Non Member $10 8.30am in Pony Ring, West End This section is aimed at non-competitive riders and horses Combinations competing in this ring are not eligible to compete in any other section at this A & P Show apart from Show Jumping Helmets must be worn & Western, English or Pony Club attire is acceptable The Pleasure section is based on the performance of the ponies and will be judged on their manners performance and way of going.

Class 440 BEST PRESENTED PONY Class 441 BEST WALKING PONY Class 442 BEST TROTTING PONY Class 443 BEST MANNERED PONY

Class 444 PONY MOST SUITABLE FOR LEARNER RIDER Class 445 BEST HANDY PONY Champion and Reserve Pleasure Pony to be judged from the winners of the Best Mannered Pony, Pony Most Suitable for Learner Rider and Best Handy Pony, second placegetters to standby WORKING HUNTER PONIES - HOY Qualifying JUDGE: C Stevenson - Cromwell Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 unless stated otherwise. To follow at the conclusion of FLAT classes THE W.R. LEMON MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY and Rosette for the Champion Working Pony Hunter. 2017 Winner - Olivia Adams Novice Ponies may enter in Open Classes. Working Hunters are required to demonstrate jumping ability and be of good strong conformation with good manners, sound paces and be a comfortable ride over long distances. They will be required to jump a minimum of three (3) hunter type fences jumping style and ability 40% confirmation 30% paces and manners 30%.

Ponies will be required to gallop within the confines and constraints of the venue involved. No boots or bandages permitted. Riders may only enter on one pony in each class Class 446 NOVICE WORKING HUNTER PONY 0-5 wins Class 447 OPEN WORKING HUNTER PONY, not exceeding 138 cm - Friday Class 448 OPEN WORKING HUNTER PONY, over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm - Friday CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION WORKING HUNTER PONY to be judged from the winners of the Open Classes only... Second placed Working Hunter to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winner for Reserve Champion Winners Working Hunter Pony Classes to be presented for judging - W.R. LEMON MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY and ROSETTE.

WHOLESALE SEEDS HUNTER JUMPING PONIES - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: C Stevenson - Cromwell STEWARDS: Julie Ryan, Philippa Wardell GATE: Marie Lloyd WHOLESALE SEEDS donates a Hunter Jump to this section Class 449 NOVICE PONY HUNTER OVER FENCES not exceeding 138cm, 0-5 wins ROTHMANS CHALLENGE TROPHY to the 7winner of this Class. 2017 - Maygen Gibb Class 450 NOVICE PONY HUNTER OVER FENCES, over 138 cm and not exceeding 148cm 0-5 wins D.J. PENNEY CHALLENGE TROPHY awarded to the winner of this Class. 2017 Winner - Olivia Adams Class 451 OPEN PONY HUNTER OVER FENCES, not exceeding 138 cm Friday Prize Money 1st $20, 2nd $12, 3rd $8 Class 452 OPEN PONY HUNTER OVER FENCES

Over 138 cm and not exceeding 148 cm - Friday Prize Money 1st $30, 2nd $12, 3rd $8 Winners of the Novice & Open Pony Hunter classes to be presented for judging, second placegetters on standby. CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION PONY HUNTER PONY CLUB CLASS - Friday Entry Fee: $6 per team Prize Money: 1st $25, 2nd $15, 3rd $10 To be judged at approx. 9.30 a.m. following on from the Pony Pleasure Section A PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP presented by the late John P. McLeod will be awarded to the winning Pair - 2017 - Rakaia Pony Club ASHBURTON PONY CLUB gives $50 towards prizes. WRIGHTS DRYCLEANERS DONATE A VOUCHER TO THE WINNER OF THIS CLASS Mount and height, Rider under 18 years Mounts to be ridden.

Class 453 PONY CLUB PAIRS CLASS Pony Club matched pairs. For pair of mounts from the same Branch. Branch uniform to be worn. Branch Colours to be given on entry form. This competition entry must be made by a Pony club not individual/s with the names of 2 riders, or entries will not be accepted. Judge to award - 50 points for performance of team at walk, trot, canter and halt. 20 points for turnout of mounts and riders and 20 points for matching mounts. McINTOSH GROUP HACKS - Saturday - HOY Qualifying Section Horse Showing Convenor - Rachel Edmonstone JUDGE: C Warren - Shrimpton, Timaru STEWARDS: Denise McPherson, Nicky Giles Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st Prize $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 THE TATLER CUP to be awarded to Champion Hack. 2017 Winner - DeFilippi/Rebecca Rowlands McINTOSH GROUP sponsor prize money towards this section.

Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. All horses to be over 158cm. Class 454 RIDER 21 years and over - Saturday The winner of this class is eligible for CHAMPION RIDER judging at 12.30p.m. Saturday, Champion Rider will receive an arm garland donated by ELECTRA SERVE LIMITED Class 455 BEST PRESENTED HORSE, rider and gear - Saturday 8.15a.m. Start Class 456 OPEN HACK, - Saturday Over 158cm and not exceeding 163 cm Class 457 OPEN HACK, over 163 cm - Saturday Class 458 OPEN LADY'S HACK ON TYPE (conformation class) MAY BE RIDDEN BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN RIDER

Class 459 OPEN GENTLEMAN'S HACK ON TYPE (confirmation class) MAY BE RIDDEN BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN RIDER An exhibit may only be entered in a Lady's or Gentleman's class - not both. CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION OPEN HACK to be judged from the above 4 classes. Second placed horse to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for the Reserve Champion SUPREME CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE HORSE GARLAND DONATED BY McINTOSH GROUP SOUND FIBRE DONATED A BAG OF FEED TO SUPREME HORSE SUPREME CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE HORSE Champion Hack to parade for judging. Class 460 OPEN HACK, BEST PACES TO BE JUDGED, - Saturday Class 461 OPEN HACK, BEST MANNERS TO BE Judged, - Saturday THE FARRELL CHALLENGE CUP - The winners of the Paced & Mannered classes to parade for Judges at 12.45pm SOUND FIBRE DONATE A BAG OF FEED Class 462 RIDDEN TB SHOW HORSE (over 148cm) Judging: 80% Conformation and 20% Paces and Manners. SOUND FIBRE DONATE A BAG OF FEED TO THE WINNER Judges to asses each Horse individually with Saddles removed after they have been assessed Ridden. Horses to show true TB qualities. Horses to show a good Walk as well as Gallop (room permitting) Each competitor is required to register their registered thoroughbred with RAS Head Office. RAS generated registration number to be on entry form.

Class 463 HACK MARE, 3 years & over - Saturday SUITABLE FOR BREEDING - to be shown in hand BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE RING 1 WESTWIND EQUINE PARK HACKS - Saturday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: A McGregor, Rangiora STEWARDS: Ena Coster, Anthea Reith Entry Fee: Member $6.00, Non-Member $10.00 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging commences 8.00am SATURDAY. Over 148cm and not over 158cm. Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. PLEASE NOTE: The Fidget Challenge Cup judged in Pony Ring at 8am is open to Horses and Ponies. THE P.J.F.HANRAHAN MEMORIAL TROPHY will be awarded to the Champion Park Hack. 2017 Winner - Sarah Fitzgerald Class 464 NOVICE RIDER 17 Years and over, 0-5 wins - Saturday 8.15a.m. Start Class 465 BEST PRESENTED PARK HACK - Saturday Class 466 OPEN PARK HACK, over 148 cm and not exceeding 153 cm - Saturday

Class 467 OPEN PARK HACK, over 153cm and not exceeding 158cm - Saturday Class 468 OPEN LADY'S PARK HACK ON TYPE (conformation class) MAY BE RIDDEN BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN RIDER Class 469 OPEN GENTLEMAN'S PARK HACK ON TYPE (confirmation class) MAY BE RIDDEN BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN RIDER An exhibit may only be entered in a Lady's or Gentleman's class - not both CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION OPEN PARK HACK to be judged from the above 4 classes - Second placed horse to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for the Reserve Champion.

SUPREME CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE HORSE GARLAND DONATED BY McINTOSH GROUP SOUND FIBRE DONATE A BAG OF FEED TO SUPREME HORSE Champion Park Hack to parade for judging. Class 470 OPEN PARK HACK BEST PACES TO BE JUDGED - Saturday Class 471 OPEN PARK HACK, BEST MANNERS TO BE JUDGED, - Saturday FOURFLAX ANIMAL HEALTH PRODUCTS donate vouchers to prize winners of Open Hack Best Manners 1st to 6th THE FARRELL CHALLENGE CUP - The winners of the Paced & Mannered classes to parade for Judges at 12.45p.m. Class 472 Park Hack Mare, 3 years & over Suitable for Breeding - Saturday To be shown in hand MAINLAND COACHWORK LTD Ring 3 DUNCAN NORRIE FARRIER Saddle Hunters - Saturday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: J Pasley, Rangiora STEWARDS: Kate Tilson, Sally Childs Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging commences 8.00 a.m. SATURDAY Over 148cm The SHIRLEY DONALDSON MEMORIAL TROPHY will be presented to the CHAMPION SADDLE HUNTER. 2017 - Winner Kelly Pullyn DUNCAN NORRIE FARRIER sponsors prize money towards this section. Class 473 YOUTH OR GIRL RIDER 17 years and under 21 years - Saturday The winner of this class is eligible for CHAMPION Rider judging at 12.30p.m. 8.15am Start Class 474 BEST PRESENTED SADDLE HUNTER - Saturday Class 475 OPEN SADDLE HUNTER, over 148cm and not exceeding 163cm - Saturday Class 476 OPEN SADDLE HUNTER, over 163cm - Saturday Class 477 OPEN LADY'S SADDLE HUNTER ON TYPE (conformation class) MAY BE RIDDEN BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN RIDER Class 478 OPEN GENTLEMAN'S SADDLE HUNTER ON TYPE (conformation class) MAY BE RIDDEN BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN RIDER An exhibit may only be entered in a lady's or Gentleman's class - not both CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SADDLE HUNTER

To be judged from the above 4 classes. Second placed horse to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for the Reserve Champion. SUPREME CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE HORSE Champion Saddle Hunter to parade for Judging Class 479 OPEN SADDLE HUNTER, BEST PACES TO BE JUDGED - Saturday Class 480 OPEN SADDLE HUNTER, BEST MANNERS TO BE JUDGED, - Saturday THE FARRELL CHALLENGE CUP - The winners of the Paced & Mannered classes to parade for Judges at 12.45p.m. SOUND FIBRE DONATE A BAG OF FEED Class 481 SADDLE HUNTER MARE, 3 years & over SUITABLE FOR BREEDING - Saturday To be shown in hand SUPREME EQUINE HORSEFEEDS Riding Horse-Saturday- HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: C Stevenson - Cromwell STEWARDS: Whitney Bishop, Bridget Kok Entry Fee: Member $6. Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging commences after Saddle Hunters on Saturday. All horses to be over 148cm.

SUPREME EQUINE kindly donates prize money towards this section and horse feed to the Champion and Reserve Riding Horse Class 482 BEST PRESENTED RIDING HORSE, rider and gear - Saturday Class 483 OPEN RIDING HORSE, over 148cm not exceeding 163cm - Saturday Class 484 OPEN RIDING HORSE - over 163cm - Saturday Class 485 OPEN LADY'S RIDING HORSE, ON TYPE (conformation class) MAY BE RIDDEN BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN RIDER Class 486 OPEN GENTLEMAN'S RIDING HORSE ON TYPE (conformation class) MAY BE RIDDEN BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN RIDER An exhibit may only be entered in a Lady's or Gentleman's class - not both CHAMPION AND RESERVED OPEN RIDING HORSE To be judged from the above 4 classes. Second placed horse to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for the Reserve Champion SUPREME CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE HORSES Champion Riding Horse to parade for judging Class 487 OPEN RIDING HORSE BEST PACES TO BE JUDGED - Saturday Class 488 OPEN RIDING HORSE, BEST MANNERS TO BE JUDGED - Saturday THE FARRELL CHALLENGE CUP - The winners of the Paced & Mannered classes to parade for judges at 12.45p.m.

Class 489 RIDING HORSE MARE, 3 years and over, SUITABLE FOR BREEDING - Saturday To be shown in hand CLYDESDALES - Saturday

JUDGE: P Meyer, Timaru STEWARDS: Colleen Tilson, Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging to commence at 10.00am on the West Side of the grounds with float parking behind Cattle Pens. Floats entry to grounds through eastern gate on Seafield Road GRAHAM HOLMES CUP for most points in Clydesdales. 2017 Winner - Dayboo Stud The ASSOCIATION gives RIBBONS to the Champion and Reserve Champion Clydesdale. Youngstock and Gelding shall be eligible for Championship. ESTATE JACK IRWIN donates a special prize to the Champion Clydesdale. Class 490 BEST PRESENTED HORSE & HANDLER Class 491 CLYDESDALE MALE, 3 years and over (Entire or Gelding) Class 492 CLYDESDALE YEARLING, COLT, FILLY OR GELDING Class 493 CLYDESDALE 2 YEAR OLD COLT, FILLY OR GELDING Class 494 CLYDESDALE MARE, any age Judging of CHAMPION CLYDESDALE Class 495 BEST WALKING HORSE, either sex Class 496 RIDDEN SECTION Rider Class, Consideration to be given to fun aspect rather than confirmation Not included in points prize Note this class is to be held directly after the sledge class Class 497 HANDY Consideration to be given to fun aspect rather than confirmation. Not included in points prize.

Note this class is to be held directly after sledge class Class 498 SLEDGE DRIVING CLASS Consideration to be given to Horse, Harness, Driving & Performance. Class 499 LOG SKIDDING Class 500 SINGLE OR MULTIPLE HORSE OR HORSES, attached to a vehicle NOTE: This class of this Section will be judged in conjunction with the Grand Parade. Consideration to be given to Horse Harness, Driving & Performance SPRAY MARKS INHAND PONIES - Saturday JUDGE: D Schnell, Darfield STEWARDS: Glenys Blain, Kirstin Lawrence, Andrew Lawrence Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 PLEASE NOTE: HEIGHT CERTIFICATES MUST BE CARRIED. PLEASE NOTE: Judging Ring at Eastern End of Main Oval 8.00am, Saturday ASHBURTON A&P ASSN Back Numbers only to be worn in all led classes. THE ASSOCIATION gives ribbons to the Champion and Reserve Champion and Young Stock. THE WHAT'S WANTED MEMORIAL TROPHY donated by the Rockabilly Riding Pony Stud is offered for the Supreme Champion in hand pony to be judged from the Champion in each section. 2017 Winner - Sarah Cronin THE DUNCAN McARTHUR TROPHY will be awarded to the Best Yearling Pony. 2017 - Winner Sarah Cronin

THE J.S.LILLEY MEMORIAL CHALLENGE CUP re-donated by Mrs R.E. Lilley, will be awarded to the Champion Pony on the grounds. To be selected from the Supreme Champion Saddle Pony and Champion In Hand Pony, mare or gelding only. To be shown only in the bridle. To be judged in the A Pony Ring at approx. 11.50 a.m. 2017 Winner - Meg Glassey/D Sellar NEW ZEALAND RIDING PONY SOCIETY (INC) donates a Sash to the winner of NZRP - Best Pony up to 148cm, three years and under Class. PONY BREEDERS SOCIETY OF N.Z. (INC) donates a Sash to the winner of NZPB - Best Pony up to 148cm, three years and under Class.

Class 501 YEARLING PONY Colt, filly or gelding suitable for saddle purposes. Special consideration to be given to conformation. PONY BREEDERS SOCIETY OF NZ SASH will now be awarded from highest placed registered placegetters from the above classes in this Section. Pony must be fully registered with Pony Breeders Society of NZ (INC), that is to have permanent registration number, be 148cm or under and to be foaled in New Zealand. Registration number to be included on entry form and proof of registration provided on request. Foals are not eligible and youngstock must not mature over 148cm. If it is subsequently found that the winner of a Pony Breeders Society sash is not registered with the Society, they will be required to forfeit this award.

Class 502 PONY, two years old, colt, filly or gelding Suitable for saddle purposes, not over 145cm as per height certificate. Class 503 PONY, three years old, colt, filly or gelding Suitable for saddle purposes, CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPIONS YOUNGSTOCK RIBBONS will now be awarded Class 504 NZRP - BEST PONY up to 148cm Three years and under, foal recorded or permanently registered with NZRP Society. Foal recordings or permanent registration numbers MUST be stated at time of entry and CERTIFICATES TO BE SHOWN ON DEMAND.

NEW ZEALAND RIDING PONY SOCIETY (INC) donates a Sash to the winner of Best Pony up to 148cm, three years and under Class. N.Z. RIDING PONY SASH will now be awarded. Class 505 NZPB - BEST PONY up to 148cm Three years and under, registered with NZPB Society and foaled in New Zealand. Registration numbers MUST be stated at time of entry and CERTIFICATES TO BE SHOWN ON DEMAND. NEW ZEALAND PONY BREEDERS SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND (INC) donates a Sash to the winner of Best Pony up to 148cm, three years and under Class.

PONY BREEDERS SOCIETY OF NZ SASH will now be awarded. If it is subsequently found that the winner of a Pony Breeders Society sash is not registered with the Society, they will be required to forfeit this award. ELECTRASERVE WELSH PONIES- Saturday JUDGE: D Schnell, Darfield STEWARDS: Kirstin and Andrew Lawrence Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 PLEASE NOTE: Judging Ring at Eastern End of Main Oval following on from In Hand Ponies

CONDITION: Registered Welsh dry mares and geldings entered in Ridden and Driven Classes at A&P Shows and shown in In-Hand Classes ON THAT DAY may be plaited. Sire Rating Show All entries to be registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society of NZ Inc. in either the Purebred Stud Book or Partbred Register and in the case of foals, to be eligible for registration REGISTRATION NUMBER to be stated on entry form. HOLLYBANK STUD gives a ribbon for the SUPREME CHAMPION WELSH EXHIBIT. Judged from the CHAMPION ADULT, CHAMPION YOUNGSTOCK & CHAMPION PARTBRED THE ASSOCIATION gives RIBBONS to the Champion and Reserve Champion Adult Purebred Welsh Pony TICKETTYBOO STUD/C ROBERTS gives RIBBONS for Champion and Reserve Champion Youngstock Purebred Welsh Pony.

MRS D ELLIOT gives a Ribbon for the SUPREME WELSH Set of 4 Rosettes donated by the WELSH PONY & COB SOCIETY for the first four places in Pony to be ridden25% or more Welsh blood Class - to be judged in Group A Pony Ring. Class 506 BEST PRESENTED Purebred A, B, C and D Purebred and Partbred and Handler Class 507 FULLY REGISTERED WELSH ENTIRE, Open, 4 years and over Class 508 FULLY REGISTERED BROOD MARE - A, B, C and D 4 years and over with foal at foot, or to foal before January 31 next. (Pregnancy certificate to be carried) Class 509 FULLY REGISTERED GELDING OR DRY MARE - A, B, C and D, four years and over CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION Ribbons now awarded for Purebred Adult Welsh Pony. Class 510 FULLY REGISTERED YEARLING - A, B, C and D.

Class 511 FULLY REGISTERED TWO YEAR OLD - A, B, C and D. Class 512 FULLY REGISTERED THREE YEAR OLD - A, B, C and D. CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION Ribbons now awarded for Youngstock Purebred Welsh Pony. Ridden Welsh Class to be judged in Saddle Pony "A" Ring REGISTERED PARTBREDS may be plaited REGISTRATION NUMBER must be stated on entry form. SKIBBEREEN PONY STUD donates RIBBONS to the Champion & Reserve Champion Partbred. Class 513 REGISTERED PARTBRED YEARLING & TWO YEAR OLD Class 514 REGISTERED PARTBRED MARE, GELDING or STALLION 3 years or over CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION Ribbons now awarded. SUPREME CHAMPION WELSH EXHIBIT now judged. Ribbon donated by HOLLYBANK STUD ZEBERDEE EQUINE REGISTERED MINIATURE HORSE - Saturday JUDGE: D Schnell, Darfield STEWARDS: Kristin and Andrew Lawrence Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8

Judging will commence approx. at 10.00a.m. Following the judging of the Inhand Ponies and Inhand Welsh Horses must be registered with bodies affiliated to the RAS. Registration number and Association must be stated on entry form. The Miniature Horse Section of the show will be run in accordance with NZMHA Show Rules ZEBERDEE EQUINE sponsors a rug to the Supreme Miniature BENHAVEN STUD gives a ribbon for the SUPREME CHAMPION REGISTERED MINIATURE HORSE The RON & NANCY WAKELIN CHALLENGE CUP is awarded to the winner of the MOST POINTS IN THE MINIATURE HORSE Section. 2017 Winner -Estreich Family Category A Class 515 BEST PRESENTED HORSE AND HANDLER Equi-lise - For healthy horse pastures, kindly donates a voucher for a 25kg bag of palletised lime based fertiliser Class 516 YEARLING, COLT, FILLY, GELDING Class 517 2 YEAR OLD COLT, FILLY, GELDING Class 518 MARE OR GELDING 3 YEARS AND OVER Class 519 STALLION 3 YEARS AND OVER Winners of Registered Miniature Horse Category A conformation classes present for CHAMPION judging, second placegetters on standby.

CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION REGISTERED MINIATURE HORSE CATEGORY A. Champion Category A Miniature Horse to present for the judging of SUPREME CHAMPION REGISTERED MINIATURE HORSE at the completion of Category B Classes Class 520 BEST PACED AND MANNERED Class 521 BEST HEAD Class 522 BEST SOLID COLOURED Class 523 BEST BROKEN COLOURED Category B Class 524 BEST PRESENTED HORSE AND HANDLER Class 525 YEARLING, COLT, FILLY, GELDING Class 526 2 YEAR OLD COLT, FILLY, GELDING Class 527 MARE OR GELDING 3 YEARS AND OVER Class 528 STALLION 3 YEARS AND OVER Winners of Registered Miniature Horse Category B conformation classes to present for CHAMPION judging, second placegetters on standby.

CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION REGISTERED MINIATURE HORSE CATEGORY B. Judging of SUPREME CHAMPION REGISTERED MINIATURE HORSE Class 529 BEST PACED AND MANNERED Class 530 BEST HEAD Class 531 BEST SOLID COLOURED Class 532 BEST BROKEN COLOURED INHAND PINTO - Saturday - Qualifying Section JUDGE: T Carter - Riversdale Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging will commence at 8.00a.m. sharp

This section is for Pinto coloured horses only. Horses MUST be correctly registered & the owner a current financial member of the NZ Pinto Horse Society Inc. at close of entries. Class 533 BEST PRESENTED HORSE AND HANDLER Equi-lise - For healthy horse pastures, kindly donates a voucher for a 25kg bag of palletised lime based fertiliser Class 534 BEST COLOUR AND PATTERN Class 535 BEST PACED AND MANNERED Class 536 YOUNGSTOCK 3 years and Under Class 537 ADULT 4 years and over Champion & Reserved Pinto - judged from 1st placegetters of Youngstock and Adult classes. 2nd placegetters to stand by ZEBERDEE EQUINE ASHBURTON TROTTING CLUB Ridden Standardbred - Saturday Judge: T Carter-Riversdale Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 This section follows the judging of the Inhand Pintos approx. 9.00am Please Note: HOY Qualifying Section Riding Classes held at 8.00a.m. In Horse Showing Rings Saturday Horses entered in the Standardbred Classes must carry a recognized Standardbred brand MORRISON SADDLERY donates $40 vouchers to the winners of the Novice Standardbred, Best Walking & Best Rider on a Standardbred Classes.

ASHBURTON TROTTING CLUB donates prize money towards the Best Presented, Open and Paced and Mannered classes. IDECLARE TROPHY' donated by Carol and John Webster is awarded to the CHAMPION STANDARDBRED. 2017 Winner - Danni Sutherland Class 538 ASHBURTON TROTTING CLUB - BEST PRESENTED SB & RIDER Class 539 NOVICE STANDARDBRED, 0-5 wins Class 540 ASHBURTON TROTTING CLUB - OPEN Class 541 ASHBURTON TROTTING CLUB - Best Paced and Mannered Class 542 BEST WALKING Class 543 BEST RIDER ON STANDARDBRED RURALCO NZ LIMITED SADDLE COBS - Saturday JUDGE: T Carter- Riversdale Entry Fee: Members $6, Non-Members $10.00 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Please Note: Qualifying Section Riding Classes held at 8.00a.m. In Horse Showing Rings Saturday Judging follows the Inhand Pintos, Standardbreds, approx. 10.00am

DEFINITION OF A NOVICE - Please refer to rules and Novice Horses may enter open classes. Cobs may compete only in the Class of the appropriate height in the Saddle Section. This shall not debar an eligible Cob from entry in the appropriate Novice Classes. Ponies may not exhibit as Cobs and vice versa. Cobs may not exhibit as Harness or Saddle Horses. The Late DR G.L. MILLER'S CHALLENGE CUP will be awarded to the winner of most points in the Cob Section. 2017 Winner - Lyn Chamberlain THE COBWEBB CUP donated by Suzanne Brown will be awarded to the Champion Saddle Cob. 2017 Winner - Lyn Chamberlain RURALCO NZ LIMITED donates prize money in the Cob Section Class 544 BEST PRESENTED COB & RIDER Class 545 NOVICE COB, not over 155cm, 0-5 wins Class 546 COB, not over 155cm CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION Saddle Cob SUPREME CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE HORSE SOUND FIBRE DONATE A BAG OF FEED TO SUPREME HORSE Champion Cob to parade for judging Class 547 BEST PACED COB Class 548 BEST MANNERED COB THE FARRELL CHALLENGE CUP - The winners of the Paced & Mannered classes to parade for judges at 12.45p.m.

SOUND FIBRE DONATE A BAG OF FEED Class 549 BEST RIDER ON A COB RIDDEN PINTO - Saturday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: T Carter-Riversdale Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 To Be Judged at the conclusion of the Inland Pinto, Ridden Standardbred, Ridden Cob Classes approx. 11.00am This section is for Pinto coloured horses only. Horses MUST be correctly registered & the owner a current financial member of the NZ Pinto Horse Society Inc. at close of entries. Class 550 BEST PRESENTED HORSE AND RIDER Class 551 NOVICE 0-5 Wins Class 552 OPEN Class 553 BEST PACED & MANNNERED THE FARRELL CHALLENGE CUP - The winners of the Paced & Mannered classes to parade for judges at 12.45 p.m. Champion & Reserve - judged from 1st placegetters of Novice and Open Classes. 2nd placegetters to stand by SUPREME CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE HORSE Champion Ridden Pinto to Parade for judging 1.15p.m. Saturday RING 2 SHOW PONIES- Saturday Ring Convenors: P Waddell and J Ryan

Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 unless otherwise stated THE TRUST ASHBURTON sponsors Supreme Horse and Pony Rugs GARLAND SPONSORED BY WHOLESALE SEEDS LTD MISS N. COE gives RHYTHM PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP for Best Show Pony on the grounds. 2017 - Winner Meg Glassey/D Sellar FARMLANDS Co-operative Society Limited sponsors prize money within the Show A Ponies, Saddle B/C Ponies and Saddle Hunter Ponies Sections. THE RHYTHM CUP will be judged in the A ring at the conclusion of judging on the Saturday. RAWENE CUP, re-donated by the late Miss I. Rutherford, and special ribbon will be awarded to the best boy or girl rider from winners of riding classes in A, B/C & D groups and judged at the conclusion of those Rings. ARM GARLAND SPONSORED BY SPRAYMARKS 2017 Winner - Natasha Waddell THE MOUNTAIN LADDIE TROPHY will be judged at the conclusion of the Paced and Mannered Classes in Groups A, B/C & D. 2017 Winner - Amy Weastell The SUPREME CHAMPION SHOW PONY to be presented in the bridle only for the judging of the J S LILLEY CUP at the conclusion of judging. 2017 Winner - Meg Glassey/D Sellar BELLA VISTA MOTELS sponsors accommodation to our visiting Judges VETLIFE ASHBURTON LUCKY BACK NUMBER - 2 X $50 vouchers will be available to equine exhibitors participating in the Grand Parade on Saturday at 2.00pm. Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. Pony Unity Classes are held on Saturday in Rings A, B/C and D Commencing at 8am sharp.

THE ASSOCIATION gives special ribbons to the Ashburton County competitors gaining the highest points in each Unity Class. ESTATE KURA LOWE donates prize money towards the unity classes. CONDITIONS FOR UNITY CLASSES - Snaffle bits only for Annette Baxter Trophy. - Whips may be carried. - Both rider and pony or horse must be named on the entry form; otherwise the competitor will be disqualified. - Ponies or horses must be owned by the competitor or his/her immediate family. - Leases and Partnerships which have been registered with R.A.S. and have subsisted for at least three months are also permitted.

Points will be awarded as follows: 1. Excellence of pony or horse 10 points 2. Manners of pony or horse 10 points 3. Child's riding, with particular reference to seat and hands 10 points 4. General sympathy between rider and pony or horse 10 points 5. Turnout of rider ad neatness of gear 10 points FARMLANDS CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD Show Pony A Ring - Saturday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: M Jebson, Darfield STEWARDS: Jo Seymour, Megan McAtamney GATE: Emma Jones Judging commences at 8.00 a.m. SATURDAY Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10

Prize Money: $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 unless otherwise stated. Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. For Ponies over 138cm and not over 148cm. Horse/Pony height certificates/performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. Hunter Ponies only allowed in Riding and Unity Classes. Riders to be under 17 years WHOLESALE SEEDS LTD TROPHY will be awarded to the Best Show Pony in "A" Ring. 2017 Winner - Natasha Waddell SOUND FIBRE DONATE A BAG OF FEED TO SUPREME PONY Class 554 THE FIDGET CHALLENGE CUP & Special ribbon All Competitors required in judging ring at 8.00 a.m. For boy or girl 14, 15 & 16 years. Pony or Horse eligible. To be held by the winner for one year. 2016 winner -Natasha Waddell. Please note the Fidget Challenge Cup is open to Horses and Ponies. Class 555 BEST PRESENTED PONY RIDER AND GEAR Judging commences at 8.30a.m.

Class 556 BEST RIDER on a group A Pony FOURFLAX AMINAL HEALTH PRODUCTS donate vouchers to prize winners 1st to 6th RIDING CLASSES - Age is 16 years and under from 1st August 2016 All ponies to be 148cm or under. RAWENE CUP, re-donated by the late Miss I. Rutherford and special ribbon will be awarded to the best boy or girl rider from winners from each Riding Class A, B & C Groups. Class 557 OPEN SHOW PONY, over 138cm and not exceeding 143cm Class 558 OPEN SHOW PONY, over 143cm and not exceeding 148cm Winners Open Pony Classes present for judging OPEN PONY, second placegetters on standby. CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION OPEN SHOW PONY to be judged from the above 2 classes. Second placed Show Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for the Reserve Champion Show Pony.

Class 559 OPEN SHOW PONY - BEST PACES TO BE JUDGED Over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm. Class 560 OPEN SHOW PONY, BEST MANNERS TO BE JUDGED Over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm MOUNTAIN LADDIE TROPHY awarded to the Best Paced & Mannered Pony in A B C & D Groups. Winners Best Paced Pony & Best Mannered Pony eligible for Mountain Laddie Trophy Class 561 PONY BREEDERS SOCIETY CLASS For a mare or gelding over 138cm and not over 148cm registered with the Pony Breeders Society of NZ, that has a permanent registration number and to be foaled in New Zealand. Name and registration number to be shown on entry form and proof of registration provided if requested. Winner will be judged against winner of Ponies Breeder Class under 138cm In Group B PONY BREEDERS SOCIETY OF NZ SASH will now be awarded If it is subsequently found that the winner of a Pony Breeders Society sash is not registered with the Society, they will be required to forfeit this award.

Class 562 NZ RIDING PONY, mare or gelding not over 148cm Name & Registration number to be on entry form. NZ RIDING PONY SOCIETY donates a special ribbon to the winner of this Class. NZ RIDING PONY SOCIETY awards a vest to the rider of the winning pony of the NZ Riding Pony Class

Class 563 RIDDEN WELSH PONY To be ridden, 25% or more Welsh blood, not over 148cm. Rider to be under 17 years of age WELSH PONY AND COB SOCIETY Rosettes will be awarded THE JOHN McLOONE MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY will be awarded to the winner of Ridden Pony 25% Welsh. 2017 winner - Emily Van Herpt SUPREME CHAMPION SADDLE PONY SASH Supreme Champion Saddle Pony to be presented in bridle for judging of J S LILLEY CUP. FARMLANDS CO- SOCIETY LIMITED OPERATIVE Show Pony B/C Ring - Saturday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: K Sampson, Rangiora STEWARDS: Isabel McArthur, Leonie Green GATE: Nancye Jack Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging starts at 8.00 a.m. SATURDAY Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. Horse/Pony height certificates/performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination.

SUPREME EQUINE HORSEFEEDS donate horse feed to this section THE KAY ABBOTT MEMORIAL CUP, presented by the late John Abbott, will be awarded for the Best Show Pony in Group B. 2017 Winner - Joely Townley MILL CREEK CUP presented by Mr John Abbott CHAMPION PONY IN GROUP C, 2017 Winner - Mimi Dyer EB MAGINNESS MEMORIAL TROPHY awarded to the Best Mannered Pony not over 123cm 2017 Winner - Emily van Herpt THE ASSOCIATION'S RIBBONS will be awarded to OPEN CHAMPION and OPEN RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW PONY 128cm and not over 138cm and OPEN CHAMPION and OPEN RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW PONY up to 128cm Class 564 THE MONTROSE CHALLENGE CUP & Special ribbon All Competitors required in ring at 8.00 a.m. Trophy donated by the late Miss I.F Rutherford and Special ribbon for Boy or Girl 11, 12 & 13 years. Pony not over 148cm. To be held for one year. 2017 Winner - Mrs D Sellar / Meg Glassey Class 565 BEST PRESENTED PONY RIDER & GEAR Class 566 BEST BOY OR GIRL RIDER On Group B/C Pony that has less than 3 wins in rider classes Class 567 BEST RIDER ON A GROUP B/C PONY RAWENE CUP re-donated by the late Miss I. Rutherford and special ribbon will be awarded to the best boy or girl rider from winners from each Riding Class A B & C Groups. Class 568 OPEN SHOW PONY not exceeding 123cm Class 569 OPEN SHOW PONY over 123 and not exceeding 128cm Class 570 OPEN SHOW PONY over 128cm and not exceeding 133cm Class 571 OPEN SHOW PONY over 133cm and not exceeding 138cm Winners of Open Pony Classes present for judging OPEN CHAMPION second placegetters on standby.

CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION OPEN PONY under 128cm will be awarded. CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION OPEN PONY over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm will be awarded. Class 572 OPEN SHOW PONY BEST PACES TO BE JUDGED, not exceeding 128cm Class 573 OPEN SHOW PONY BEST PACES TO BE JUDGED over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm HEWITT FAMILY TROPHY is awarded to the winner of Best Paced Pony over 128cm and not over 138cm. 2016 Winner - Meg Fleming Class 574 OPEN SHOW PONY - BEST MANNERS TO BE JUDGED, not exceeding 128cm Class 575 OPEN SHOW PONY - BEST MANNERS TO BE JUDGED Over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm Winners of Best Paced and Best Mannered Classes eligible for Mountain Laddie Trophy judged in A Ring.

E B MAGINNESS MEMORIAL TROPHY WILL BE AWARDED to winner of this class Class 576 PONY BREEDERS SOCIETY not over 138cm For a mare or gelding not over 138cm registered with the Pony Breeders Society of NZ, that has a permanent registration number and to be foaled in New Zealand. Name and registration number to be shown on entry form and proof of registration provided if requested. Winner of this Class rides off for Sash against the Group A winner FARMLANDS CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED SADDLE HUNTER PONIES - Saturday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: Mr W Phiskie - Timaru Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10. Prize money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8. Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. Judging of Annette Baxter Trophy to commence at 8am To be held in "D" Ring Ponies 148cm and under Horse/Pony height certificates/performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination.

Riders under 17 years and Judged on the flat. Ponies entered in this section are not eligible to enter in Show Pony Groups A, B, C. However, riders may enter Unity class in Saddle Pony Group A, B/C. THE ASSOCIATION awards ribbons for the OPEN CHAMPION and RESERVE CHAMPION SADDLE HUNTER PONIES. Class 577 THE ANNETTE BAXTER & Special ribbon for boy or girl 10 years and under. All Competitors required in ring at 8.00 a.m. Pony not over 148cm. To be held by winner for one year. Snaffle bit only. 2017 Winner - Lily Walker Class 578 BEST PRESENTED SADDLE PONY HUNTER RIDER & GEAR Judging commences at 8.30am Class 579 BEST RIDER ON A SADDLE HUNTER PONY RAWENE CUP, re-donated by the late Miss I. Rutherford and special ribbon will be awarded to the best boy or girl rider from winners from each Riding Class A B & C Groups.

Class 580 OPEN SADDLE HUNTER PONY, not exceeding 128cm Class 581 OPEN SADDLE HUNTER PONY, over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm Class 582 OPEN SADDLE HUNTER PONY, over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm Winners of Open Saddle Hunter Pony Classes to be presented for judging, second placegetters on standby. CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SADDLE HUNTER PONY CHAMPION SADDLE HUNTER PONY to be presented for judging of SUPREME CHAMPION SHOWPONY Class 583 OPEN SADDLE HUNTER PONY, BEST PACES TO BE JUDGED not exceeding 148cm Class 584 OPEN SADDLE HUNTER PONY, BEST MANNERS TO BE JUDGED not over 148cm Winners of Best Paced and Best Mannered Classes eligible for Mountain Laddie Trophy judged in A Ring on Saturday.

WESTWIND EQUINE FIRST RIDDEN - Saturday - HOY Qualifying Section G Lander, Rolleston STEWARDS: Nikki Curry, Dawn Dadswell GATE: Emma Jones Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging will commence at 8.30 a.m. Committee reserves the right to combine, delete or amend classes at its discretion. Horse/Pony height certificates and performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination. This is a transition ring from being led to riding on your own. Riders in this section may not enter any other section unless in a First Ridden class(s) in Breed Section.

THE CARNESSO STUD TROPHY, Donated by J & S Waddell, will be awarded to the Champion First Ridden Pony. 2017 Winner - Olivia McFarlane THE STABLE DOOR EQUINE AND CHARBELLE CURTAINS DONATE GOODIE BAGS TO COMPETITORS First Ridden is only able to compete in the First Ridden Section for a maximum of twenty-four (24) months from the date of their first show. These classes are reserved for riders under ten years of age at 1 August 2018 on ponies that do not exceed 138cm and who are not competing in the open section at any A&P Shows. (If a show does not provide a first ridden section, then it is permissible for the pony and rider to then compete in the open section but not exceed 3 shows).

In this section the judging criteria is 60% suitability, temperament and safeness, and 40% confirmation and paces. First ridden ponies must be ridden in a Snaffle bridle with a single rein, forked reins excluded. No spurs are to be worn however a small cane may be carried. All ponies to walk and trot in company and may be asked to canter in their individual shows. Before finalising the work out the Judge must ascertain that the children can ALL manage canter work. If the children are not confident with canter this pace should be left out of the work out.

Whatever paces the workout finally contains it must be simple and designed to show that the child can manage a change of direction and a recognizable circle as a demonstration of the control and

understanding expected at this level and age. Good manners and willingness from the pony and the balance and degree of control form the rider should each be taken into account. Class 585 BEST PRESENTED PONY AND RIDER Class 586 DISTRICT CLASS Class 587 NOVICE RIDER (First Ridden Section) 0-5 wins Class 588 OPEN RIDER (First Ridden Section) Class 589 NOVICE FIRST RIDDEN PONY not exceeding 138cm, 0-5 wins Class 590 OPEN FIRST RIDDEN PONY, not exceeding 128cm Class 591 OPEN FIRST RIDDEN PONY, over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION First Ridden to be judged from Novice First Ridden Pony and Open First Ridden Classes, Second placed First Ridden Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion.

Class 592 NOVICE PACED AND MANNERED FIRST RIDDEN PONY 0-5 wins Class 593 OPEN PACED AND MANNERED FIRST RIDDEN PONY QUAID CONSTRUCTION LEAD REIN SECTION - Saturday - HOY Qualifying Section JUDGE: G Lander, Rolleston STEWARDS: Nikki Curry, Dawn Dadswell GATE: Emma Jones Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 JUDGING TO COMMENCE AT THE CONCLUSION OF FIRST RIDDEN Rider must not be entered in B/C Ring or First Ridden Sections Horse/Pony height certificates/performance cards must be carried. Failure to do so will result in elimination.

THE CARNESSO STUD CUP, Donated by Charlotte & Natasha Waddell, will be awarded to the Champion Lead Rein Pony. 2017 Winner - Olive Cronin THE ASSOCIATIONS RIBBONS will be awarded to Champion and Reserve Champion Led Rein Pony. Class 594 BEST PRESENTED PONY AND RIDER Class 595 DISTRICT CLASS Class 596 BEST RIDER, 7 years and under, to be led Class 597 NOVICE LEAD REIN PONY, not exceeding 128cm, 0 -5 wins. Class 598 OPEN LEAD REIN PONY, not exceeding 123cm. Class 599 OPEN LEAD REIN PONY, over 123cm & not exceeding128cm CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION Lead Rein to be judged from the winners of the Novice & Open Lead Rein classes.

2nd place Lead Rein Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion. Class 600 OPEN PACED & MANNERED LEAD REIN PONY, not exceeding 128cm. Class 601 FANCY DRESS PONY AND RIDER Pony under 128cm

WILSON BULK TRANSPORT DONKEYS- Saturday JUDGE: L Newick TO BE SHOWN ON SATURDAY Judging commences at 8.30 a.m. Sponsored by WILSON BULK TRANSPORT Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15 2nd $10, 3rd $5 Jack Donkeys over 2 yrs of age to be shown in bit. Ridden animals to be 3yrs and over. All riders must wear protective headgear. Copies of patterns and challenges are available from Jean Reid selwyncottage@slingshot.co.nz Patterns may be called in all classes TRI COLOURED RIBBON & TROPHY awarded for Supreme Champion Donkey. - 2017 Winner - No Entries THE ASSOCIATION gives ribbons to the Champion and Reserve Champion as indicated. DONKEY - CONFORMATION CLASSES Class 602 Best Presented Donkey and Handler Class 603 Foal or Yearling Class 604 Jenny 2yrs and over Class 605 Jack or Gelding 2yrs & over CHAMPION and RESERVE CHAMPION Conformation Donkey - Judged from, Foal or Yearling, Jenny 2yrs and over and Jack or Gelding 2yrs and over classes DONKEY - IN HAND PERFORMANCE CLASSES Class 606 Best Paced Class 607 Open Pattern (figure 8) Judged on accuracy and style Class 608 Challenge Judged on style through four challenges CHAMPION and RESERVE CHAMPION In Hand Performance Donkey - Awarded on points from the above three classes SUPREME CHAMPION DONKEY - To be judged from the Champion Conformation and Champion In Hand Performance Donkey's DUNCREE SHETLAND PONY STUD DUNCREE SHETLAND PONY STUD - SHETLAND PONY- Saturday JUDGE: L Newick Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10. Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Judging will commence following on from Donkey judging. Judging approx. 10.00 a.m. All entries in this section must be registered with the New Zealand Shetland Pony Breeders Society (Inc.). Ponies to be shown in natural coat and full feather.

THE ASSOCIATION gives RIBBONS to the Champion & Reserve Champion Adult & Youngstock Shetland VETLIFE ASHBURTON LUCKY BACK NUMBER - 2 X $50 vouchers will be available to equine exhibitors participating in the Grand Parade on Saturday at 2.00pm.

Class 609 BEST PRESENTED SHETLAND & HANDLER Class 610 BEST PACED PUREBRED SHETLAND Class 611 BEST MANNERED PUREBREAD SHETLAND Class 612 PUREBRED STALLION, 4 Years and over Class 613 PUREBRED MARE, 4 Years and over Class 614 PUREBRED GELDING, 4 Years and over CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT SHETLAND PONY now presented. Class 615 PUREBRED YEARLING or FOAL, COLT, FILLY or GELDING Class 616 PUREBRED TWO or THREE YEAR OLD, COLT, FILLY or GELDING CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION YOUNGSTOCK SHETLAND PONY now presented. SUPREME CHAMPION Shetland to be judged from Champion Adult Shetland Pony & Champion Youngstock Shetland Pony DUNCREE SHETLAND PONY STUD sponsor Supreme Ribbon DUNCREE SHETLAND PONY STUD DUNCREE SHETLAND PONY STUD - SHETLAND HARNESS - SATURDAY JUDGE: L Newick SUPERVISOR: Jean Reid STEWARD: Catherine Crosado Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd 10, 3rd $8 Ponies may be clipped Harness Classes to be run directly after the Inhand Shetland Section at approx. 11.30 a.m. Class 617 BEST TURNOUT IN HARNESS Class 618 NOVICE SHETLAND IN HARNESS - 0-5 wins Class 619 OPEN SHETLAND IN HARNESS Class 620 BEST PACED SHETLAND IN HARNESS Class 621 BEST MANNERED SHETLAND IN HARNESS Class 622 BEST HANDY SHETLAND IN HARNESS Champion and Reserve Shetland Harness

Showjumping HORSE SECTION CONVENOR: Mrs Annette Scott CONDITIONS: 1. All classes run under ESNZ/JNZ rules. Please see the ESNZ website for current Rules and Series conditions. 2. Committee reserves the right to alter, delete or amend any classes as it deems fit or transfer classes between rings. 3. Entries must be on the A&P entry form and the ESNZ entry form including horse and rider registration numbers. 4. Please note ESNZ Jumping and casual levy changes: Riders may compete in an introductory class (80cm and under for ponies and 90cm and under for horses) on an introductory membership OR casual membership Day Start at $10 per day. For horses 1.10m and under and ponies 1.00m and under the Rider JUST be a full member with WSNZ but the horse/pony may start on a $20 per show casual jumping levy. Above 1.10m horse and 1.00m pony, rider and horse/pony must have full registration with ESNZ Jumping/Showhunter. All classes except those marked with an # are open to Horses/Ponies not registered with ESNZ Jumping/Showhunter.

ESNZ JUMPING LEVY $5 PER HORSE/PONY - PER SHOW to be paid by ALL Horses and Ponies 5. LATE ENTRIES - start last, and in the event of a call back jump off - start first with the exception of the Pony Grand Prix class where all late entries start first, with the exception of the Pony Grand Prix Class where all late entries start first. 6. PONY GRAND PRIX CLASS - ponies with 20 penalties or less proceed to second round. 7. Some overnight accommodation on the grounds is available on application (see entry form). The acceptance of your entry fee does not guarantee that stabling requirements will be allocated as requested.

8. The use of temporary yards is prohibited at all times. 9. 80% refunds of entry fees will only be made on production of a Veterinary Certificate or Medical Certificate to be dated stating when injury or illness occurred. To be received by Show Secretary no later than seven days after last day of Show. 10... Only on the production of a Veterinary Certificate may an original entry be replaced by a substitute the name of the owner of the original entry on written notification to the Secretary. 11. Grand Parade will be held in the judging rings at 2.00 p.m. on Saturday and all prize winners are required to parade.

12. Prize money will be handed out in the judging ring along with the award ribbons. 13. Drug testing may be carried out under the Regulations and Bylaws of the R.A.S. Section 55A & Equestrian Competitors Handbook. These Regulations, Bylaws and Procedures are available for inspection at the Secretary's Office. 14. The exhibitors entering or competing at the Show shall be deemed to accept and be bound by these Regulations, Bylaws and Procedures. 15. Trophies available after engraving. 16. ALL CLASS TRANSFERS WILL BE CHARGED $2 TRANSFER FEE PER CLASS. 17. THE ONLY BACK NUMBERS PERMITTED WILL BE THOSE PROVIDED BY THE ASHBURTON A&P ASSOCIATION. A $5 fee PER RIDER will be charged for all back numbers with $5 refundable upon return. A $5 fee will be charged for a Judges Travel Fund, to be used at the discretion of the Ashburton A&P Association towards reimbursing equestrian Judges some travel expenses incurred 18. Whips to be no longer than 76cms.

19. FEI entries for Friday and Saturday competition must be lodged on BOTH an A&P Association and ESNZ entry form.

20 Helmets must comply with RAS Rule No. 51 (c) - All riders 16 and under must wear protection headgear, which includes a retaining harness secured to the shell at more than 2 points. Such headgear must be worn with the chinstrap properly adjusted and fastened when in the arena or ring, the practice area collecting rings or anywhere else on the Showgrounds. 21. "This show supports the RAS 'yellow card' system which will operate in the Equestrian Section of all RAS affiliated Shows and will be offered for any inappropriate behaviour towards show officials, judges, fellow competitors or any other third party connected with the show bringing the equestrian discipline into disrepute, or cases which are of a less serious nature to the above in accordance with the conduct of members, owners, lessees, competitors and/or exhibitors as provided in the RAS equestrian competitors and judges rulebook and rule 13 of the RAS constitution". Implementation of the 'Yellow Card' will be in accordance of the RAS rules that accompanied this card, and full wording of the 'Yellow Card' system is available to view on the RAS website 22. Rule 30 of Equestrian Competitions & Judges Rule Book - "No competitor or exhibitor or member of their family shall approach a judge with regard to a decision unless they first obtain the permission of the Show Convenor/Manager/Ring Master or Ring Steward the most senior of whom shall carry the decision on the day" 23. Equestrian Levy: All Equestrian Entry Fees include an RAS Levy of $1 per Class, Stallions/Colts 24. RAS Rule 56 Stallions are permitted in all classes they are eligible for but must if led be in the appropriate harness prescribed by the Breed Society the stallion is registered with or which is prescribed by the host Show, or if ridden must be in an appropriate bridle and be in total control. A Steward will order any stallion considered out of control or to be causing undue disquiet to other horses from the ring without recourse from the stallion owner/exhibitor/competitor. It is compulsory for all stallions regardless of age, to wear an identification badge 'S' at all Shows at all times. FRIDAY HORSE EVENTS ANNOUNCERS: D Rawlinson BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE, PEARSONS COACHLINES, LYSAGHTS COACHLINES sponsor prize money to the Show Jumping section LAKEWAY NURSERY supply plants and D & E TRACTORS supply tractors to the Horse Section FARRIER services available from Duncan Norrie 027 357 6363 VETLIFE ASHBURTON LUCKY BACK NUMBER - 2 X $50 vouchers will be available to equine exhibitors participating in the Grand Parade on Saturday at 2.00pm. COMPETITORS PLEASE ENSURE YOUR THANK OUR SPONSORS Ring 2 Showjumping - Friday Judges: Bob Gray and Robin Adams ENTRIES CLOSE: 17th October 2018 PLEASE NOTE Your entry must be submitted on both an Ashburton A&P Association and a ESNZ entry form Separate Show Jumping Catalogue available at horse office for $2 as the Show Jumping classes are not included in the main catalogue.

The "MERLYN PREECE SASH" will be awarded to the winner of the most points in the Pony Showjumping over the two days of the Show to be presented on Saturday. Horses & Ponies may compete in 2 different competitions per day in Ring Two Jumping to Commence at approx. 1.00 p.m. Class 623 PONY 80cm 2-phase (Art 274/5.3) Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10

Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Class 624 PONY 80cm 2-phase (Art 274/5.3) Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Class 625 CRAIG'S MOWING & GARDENING SERVICES PONY 90cm 2-phase (Art 274/5.3) Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $20, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 CRAIG'S MOWING & GARDENING SERVICES donates prize money to this class Class 626 PONY 90cm 20phase (Art 274/5.3) Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $20, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Class 627 HORSE 90cm 2-phase (Art 274/5.3) Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $25, 4th $20, 5th $15, 6th $10 Class 628 HORSE 1.00m. 2-phase (Art 274/5.3) Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $25, 4th $20, 5th $15, 6th $10 BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE Ring 1 Showjumping - Friday Judges: Pauline Quigley, Annette Scott, Malcolm Cretney ENTRIES CLOSE: 17th October 2018 Jumping to commence at 8.30 a.m. PLEASE NOTE: Your entry must be submitted on both an Ashburton A&P Association and a ESNZ Entry Form.

Separate Show Jumping Catalogue available at horse office for $2 as the main catalogues does not include Show Jumping classes Class 629 PONY, #1.10m, Art 274/5.3 (2 Phase) Entry Fee: Member $12, Non-Member $14 Prize Money: 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $10, 4th $15. Class 630 WHOLESALE SEEDS LTD HORSE, #1.10m 2 Art 274/5.3 (2 Phase) Entry Fee: Member $12, Non-Member $14 Prize Money: 1st $60, 2nd $40, 3rd $30, 4th $20, 5th $15 6th $14 WHOLESALE SEEDS LTD donates a voucher for product to the winner of class 623 Class 631 QUAID CONSTRUCTION HORSE, #1.20m Art 274/5.3 (2 Phase) Entry Fee: Member $15, Non-Member $17 Prize Money: 1st $70, 2nd $50, 3rd $40, 4th $30, 5th $20, 6th $20 Class 632 DUNSTAN EQUIPFIBRE in conjunction with PEARSONS COACHLINES JUNIOR RIDER SERIES#1.15m-1.25m Art 238.2.2 Entry Fee: Member $18 non-Member $20 Prize Money: 1st $90, 2nd $65, 3rd $45, 4th $35, 5th $35, 6th $30 PEARSONS COACHLINES donate prize money to this class

Class 633 FMG in conjunction with LYSAGHT HORSE COACHES YOUNG RIDERS SERIES#1.25m-1.35m Art 238/2.2 Entry Fee: Member $38, Non-Member $40 Prize Money: 1st $150, 2nd $110, 3rd $80, 4th $65, 5th $55, 6th $40 LYSAGHT HORSE COACHES donate prize money to this class Class 634 QUAID CONSTRUCTION HORSE # 1.30m, TAM 5 (Art 238.2.2) THE HALDON CUP, donated by Mrs J.H.Grigg will be awarded to the winner. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Harry Feast Entry Fee: Member $20, Non-Member $22 Prize Money: 1st $100, 2nd $80, 3rd $60, 4th $40 Class 635 PONY, # 1.20cm Art 238/2.2 Entry Fee: Member $15, Non-Member $17 Prize Money: 1st $60, 2nd $50, 3rd $40, $4th $20 Class 636 OPEN HORSE, #1.15m, Art 274/5.3 (2 Phase) Entry Fee: Member $13, Non-Member $15 Prize Money: 1st $60, 2nd $40, 3rd $30, 4th $20, 5th $15, 6th $15 Class 637 CALEDONIAN HOLDINGS AMATEUR RIDER IN CONJUNCTION WITH GLUYAS MOTOR GROUP SERIES # 1.10m -1.20m Art 238/2.2 Entry Fee: Member $18 Non-Member $20 Prize Money: 1st $90, 2nd $65, 3rd $45, 4th $35, 6th $30 GLUYAS MOTOR GROUP donate prize money to this class SATURDAY HORSE EVENTS Ring 2 Showjumping - Saturday Judges: Bob Gray and Robin Adams ENTRIES CLOSE: 17th October 2018 Judging will commence approximately 12.00 noon Ponies entered in PAUL CUNNEEN PROPERTY BROKERS Pony Grand Prix in Ring 1 are NOT ELIGIBLE TO JUMP IN RING 2 ON SATURDAY.

PLEASE NOTE: Your entry must be submitted on an Ashburton A&P Association and a ESNZ entry form. VETLIFE ASHBURTON LUCKY BACK NUMBER - 2 X $50 vouchers will be available to equine exhibitors participating in the Grand Parade on Saturday at 2.00 p.m. Course Designer Tony Hutton Class 638 PONY, 90cm 2-phase (Art 274.5.3) Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize money: 1st $20, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Class 639 PONY 1.00m 2-phase (Art 274.5.3) Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $20, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 Class 640 HORSE 1.00m 2-phase (Art 274.5.3) Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $45, 2nd $35, 3rd $25, 4th $20, 5th $12, $6th $10

Class 641 HORSE 1.00m Table C (Art 239) Entry Fee: Member $8, Non-Member $12 Prize Money: 1st $50, 2nd $40, 3rd $30, 4th $25, 5th $20, 6th $15 Class 642 PONY 1.00m Table C (Art 239) Entry Fee: Member $6, Non-Member $10 Prize Money: 1st $20, 2nd $10, 3rd $8 BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE Ring 1 Showjumping - Saturday Judges: Pauline Quigley, Annette Scott, Malcolm Cretney ENTRIES CLOSE: 17th October 2018 PLEASE NOTE: Your entry must be submitted on both An Ashburton A&P Association and a ESNZ entry form. JUDGING TO COMMENCE AT approximately 10.30 a.m. - Saturday WATERFORCE, PAUL CUNNEEN PROPERTY BROKERS and BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE sponsor prize money to the Show Jumping section Class 643 B & N PROPERTIES PONY, #1.10m Art 239 Table C Entry Fee: Member $12, Non-Member $14 Prize Money: 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20, 4th $15 B & N PROPERTIES kindly donates Prize money to this class Class 644 BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE, HORSE #1.20m Art 239 Table C THE JUNE CRESWELL TRAY will be awarded to the winner of this Class. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 Winner - Kirstin Beaven Entry Fee: Member $15, Non-Member $17 Prize Money: 1st $70, 2nd $50, 3rd $40, 4th $30,5th $20. 6th $20 BAYLEY'S REAL ESTATE donates a Horse Rug to the winner of this class. Class 645 COUNTRY TV in conjuction with PAUL CUNNEEN PROPERTY BROKERS PONY GRAND PRIX SERIES # 1.20m-1.30m Art 273/3.3.1 & 4.3 Open for ponies not over 148cm.

PAUL CUNNEEN PROPERTY BROKERS donate prize money towards this class. Entry Fee: Member $28 Non Member $30 Prize Money: 1st $100, 2nd $60, 3rd $40, 4th $35, 5th $35, 6th $30 Class 646 WATERFORCE HORSE MINI PRIX SERIES # 1.30m-1,40m Art 238/2.2 Entry Fee: Member $28, Non-Member $30 Prize Money: 1st $150, 2nd $110, 3rd $75, 4th $60 5th $50, 6th $30 Class 647 HORSE 1.10m Art 274/5.3 (2 Phase) Entry Fee: Member $12, Non-Member $14 Prize Money: 1st $60, 2nd $40, 3rd $30, 4th $20, 5th $15, 6th $14

Grain & Seed GRAIN & SEED CONVENOR: Alan Martin JUDGE: Johnathon Ward Grain & Seed Competition located within the SOUTH ISLAND SEED DRESSING & STORAGE Pavilion. Entry Fee: $1 Judging will take place in the SOUTH ISLAND SEED DRESSING & STORAGE PAVILION on Friday at 10.00 a.m. Prize Money will be paid out after 4.30 p.m. on Saturday. RAVENSDOWN FERTILISER donates $300 Ravensdown Product to the winner of the most points in the Grain and Seed. RAVENSDOWN FERTILISER donates a CHALLENGE CUP to be presented to the winner of most points in the Grain and Seed. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - S Martin RURAL TRANSPORT LTD donates $50 to the Grain Agent who submits the most grain entries on behalf of his clients.

SOUTH ISLAND SEED donates $50 to the Grain Agent who submits the most seed entries on behalf of his clients. Cereals Cultivar to be stated. Farmers dressed sample (approx. 2 kg) to be supplied in a normal transparent bag. No treated samples will be accepted in Wheat, Barley, Peas or Oats. Class 648 MILLING WHEAT, any cultivar Seed analysis to be attached (i.e. protein, falling number) Grading results to be attached NZ SEED LAB donates the prize money LUISETTI SEEDS donates $50 voucher to winner of Milling Wheat Prize Money: 1st $200, 2nd $30, 3rd $20 Class 649 BISCUIT WHEAT I.e. Consort, Hilton, Wizard, Claire, Robigus, Orator, Empress Seed analysis to be attached.

JOHN LAMB BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE donates $100 Prize Money: 1st $60, 2nd $25, 3rd $10, 4th $5 Class 650 FEED WHEAT Grading results to be attached JOHN LAMB BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE donates $100 Prize Money: 1st $60, 2nd $25, 3rd $10, 4th $5 Class 651 MALTING BARLEY, cultivar to be stated MALTEUROP NZ LTD, BARLEY COMPETITION MALTEUROP NZ LTD donate $125 prize money Prize Money: 1st $75, 2nd $30, 3rd $20 Class 652 BARLEY, any other cultivar Grading Results to be attached SOUTH ISLAND SEED donates $100 Prize Money: 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20 Class 653 OATS, Black, state variety HINDS SEED CLEANING donates $50 Prize Money: 1st $30, 2nd $15, 3rd $5 Class 654 OATS, White, state variety

AGRICOM (NEW ZEALAND) LTD donates $25 Seed Voucher Prize Money: 1st Agricom Seed Voucher, 2nd $15 3rd $5 Pulses Class 655 MARROWFAT PEAS MIDLANDS SEEDS LTD donates $50 Prize Money: 1st $25, 2nd $15, $10 Class 656 PRUSSIAN OR RONDA TYPE PEAS, approx. 2 kg CATES GRAIN & SEED LTD donates $50 Prize Money: 1st $30, 2nd $10, 3rd $10 Class 657 GARDEN PEAS, approx. 2 kg PREMIUM PEAS LTD donates the prize money Prize Money: 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20 Class 658 WHITE PEAS, approx. 2 kg CATES GRAIN & SEED LTD donates $50 Prize Money: 1st $30, 2nd $10, 3rd $10 Certified Small Seeds (machine Dressed) Cultivar to be stated. Minimum 250 gram sample. Class 659 ANY SHORT ROTATION RYEGRASS VARIETY P & G Certificate to be supplied CARRFIELD SEEDS donates $40 Prize Money: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $5 Class 660 ANY PERENNIAL RYEGRASS VARIETY P & G Certificate to be supplied N.Z. AGRISEEDS LTD donates $75 Prize Money: 1st $35, 2nd $20, 3rd $10, 4th $5, 5th $5 Class 661 CERTIFIED WHITE CLOVER P & G Certificate to be supplied NZ SEED LAB donates $50 Prize Money: 1st $30, 2nd $15, 3rd $5 Other Classes Class 662 BRASSICA, any variety SMITH SEEDS LTD donates $100 Prize Money: 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20 Class 663 BORAGE Purity & oil analysis to be attached. SMITHS SEEDS LTD donates $100 Prize Money: 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20 Class 664 ANY VEGETABLE SEED, approx. 250gm P & G Certificate to be supplied. SOUTH PACIFIC SEEDS donates $75 Prize Money: 1st $50, 2nd $15, 3rd $10

Home Industries Pavilion HOME INDUSTRIES CONVENOR: Mrs Julie Hollings Home Industries Competition located within the SOUTH ISLAND SEED DRESSING & STORAGE Pavilion. DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING PLEASE NOTE A MAXIMUM OF TWO ENTRIES PER CLASS IN FOLLOWING SECTIONS COOKING 1 AND COOKING 2 PLEASE NOTE A MAXIMUM OF ONE ENTRIES PER CLASS IN SOME FRUIT CLASSES AS SPECIFIED PLEASE NOTE: HOME INDUSTRIES SECTION: DAILY FRIDAY OR SATURDAY EXHIBITORS PASSES WILL ONLY BE ISSUED WHEN 5 OR MORE ENTRIES PER EXHIBITOR ARE ENTERED. PRIZE MONEY: 1st $3, 2nd $2, 3rd $1 PRIZE MONEY: 1 or 2 entries in class = 1st prize money 3 or 4 entries in class = 2nd prize money 5 or 6 entries in class = 3rd prize money ENTRIES MAY BE STAGED:- THURSDAY 25th October 5.00 -6.30 p.m. or FRIDAY 26th October 8.00-9.30 a.m. UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. THE HOME INDUSTRIES PAVILION WILL PRESENT TROPHIES TO WINNING RECIPIENTS at 4.00 p.m. on SATURDAY in the Pavilion following the trophy presentation, the Pavilion will then is cleared to facilitate removal of exhibits. Once prepared, Exhibitors can return to collect their entries and prize money.

Prize money will be paid on Saturday following the trophy presentation. The exhibitor will be required to present award card and sign to acknowledge receipt of prize money. C.S & A.M. LEADLEY FAMILY TRAY to be awarded to Most Points Awarded for OVER 70'S in the Home Industries Pavilion. To be held for one year - 2017 Winner - Nancy Christie The ASSOCIATION provides a TROPHY to be awarded to the winner of most points in ADULT CLASSES in the Home Industries Pavilion. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 - Winner Glenys Rapsey Wines & Beers Entry Fee $1 IDL REFRIGERATED TRANSPORT donates $10 to the winners in each class. A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section.

CHALLENGE TROPHY donated by MRS G.R.BURTON will be awarded to the winner of most points overall in the Wine Classes. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017- Winner - Zhanna Weet A CHALLENGE TROPHY donated by the ASHBURTON TRUST will be awarded for the premier exhibit in the Wine Classes. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Zhanna Weet A CHALLENGE TROPHY donated by the ASHBURTON TRUST will be awarded for the most points in the Beer Classes. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 - Winner - Todd Grieve WINE ENTRY REGULATIONS Entries are acceptable from any amateur winemaker and should have been made by the exhibitor by the process of fermentation.

Entries not to exceed two per class. All exhibits to be shown in 750ml clear shouldered wine bottles. Name of the main ingredient and Class No. to be written on a tag that will be supplied on receipt of entry. Tag to be tied to neck of bottle. No exhibits to be fortified by addition of any form of alcohol. Fruit Wines (excluding Grape) Class 665 SWEET RED Class 666 DRY RED Class 667 SWEET WHITE Class 668 DRY WHITE Vegetable Wines Class 669 VEGETABLE WINE, any colour Table Wines MADE FROM GRAPES ONLY (Excluding Fruit Blends) Class 670 SWEET WHITE Class 671 DRY WHITE Class 672 SWEET RED Class 673 DRY RED Other Wines Class 674 WINES MADE FROM OTHER INGREDIENTS Class 675 MEDIUM ROSE (Fruit or Grape) should be blush pink in colour Liqueur 375ml or 1/2 size Bottles acceptable Class 676 LIQUEUR made from natural ingredients Class 677 LIQUEUR made with essences Beers (No label required, 750ml bottles) Bottles to be filled to 40ml from the top Class 678 ALE Class 679 LAGER Class 680 STOUT Eggs and Fruit MAXIMUM OF TWO ENTRIES PER CLASS EACH ENTRANT UNLESS STATED DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING Entry Fee $1 All winning exhibits to be opened and tested if considered necessary by the judge.

Labels permitted. Pots to be 450g (1lb) A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. THE WALTER BUTTERICK MEMORIAL CUP will be awarded to the winner of most points in Eggs and Fruit. To be held by the winner for one year – 2017 Winner - G. Rapsey ROBBIES BAR AND BISTRO gives a voucher to the winner of most points in the Egg & Fruit + Cooking Section 1. SPONSORS: MRS C WILLIAMSON, COLUMBUS CAFE, HARVEYS BAKEHOUSE, THE GREEN GROCER, ALLENTON MEATS, HEALTH 2000, NETHERBY PHARMACY, PHAT DUCK BREW BAR KITCHEN and TASTE CAFE AND CATERING Class 681 SIX HEN EGGS, single yolk, best quality, and weight considered Class 682 Collection of 3 Jars One each of Preserves, Jam, Sauces or Pickles. Judged on contents and presentation. Class 683 ONE BOTTLE HOME MADE SAUCE, any size judged on content Class 684 RASPBERRY JAM, ONE POT 1 entry per class Class 685 MARMALADE JAM, one pot 1 entry per class Class 686 ANY OTHER JAM, Your Choice, one pot One entry per class Class 687 HOME MADE MUESLI, one pot any size - Judged on content Class 688 FRUIT TRAY OR BASKET FOR HOSPITAL PATIENT Judged on presentation Class 689 ONE BOTTLE OF HOME MADE PRESERVE - any variety Judged on contents Class 690 ONE JAR OF PICKLE OR RELLISH Class 691 ONE JAR JELLY - any variety Any size jar Class 692 ONE JAR CITRUS HONEY OR CURD Any size jar Cooking Section 1 MAXIMUM OF TWO ENTRIES PER CLASS EACH ENTRANT DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING Entry Fee $1

A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. THE LOUISA AMOS MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY will be awarded to the winner of most points in Section 1 & 2 Cooking. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - G Rapsey. PHAT DUCK- BAR BREW KITCHEN gives a voucher to the winner of most points in the Egg & Fruit + Cooking Section 1. SPONSORS: SIMS BAKERY, HARVEYS BAKEHOUSE, ALLENTON MEATS, HEALTH 2000, ALLENTON FOUR SQUARE, NETHERBY FOUR SQUARE, PAM TAIT, TINWALD SUPERVALUE, PHAT DUCK BREW BAR AND KITCHEN, LYNETTE LOVETT, ROSALYN MOORE, MINX HAIR AND BEAUTY, CHAMPION FLOUR MILLS MAURI ANZ, KAREN YOUNG AND BIN INN.

Class 693 LOAF OF HOME-MADE WHITE BREAD made in a Breadmaker Class 694 LOAF OF HOME-MADE WHOLEMEAL BREAD made in a Breadmaker Class 695 LOAF OF HOME MADE WHOLEMEAL OR WHITE BREAD, Oven Baked Class 696 BANANA LOAF BAKED IN AN OPEN TIN Class 697 FRUIT LOAF, baked in an open tin. Class 698 "The Working Girls" LUNCH BOX, to be judged on presentation & originality Class 699 FOUR PIKELETS Class 700 FOUR PLAIN SCONES Class 701 FOUR PIN WHEEL SCONES Class 702 FOUR CHOCOLATE MUFFINS, uniced - NO PAPER CASES LEFT ON Class 703 FOUR MUFFINS, uniced (sweet) - NO PAPER CASES LEFT ON Class 704 FOUR GINGERNUT BISCUITS Class 705 4 OF MY FAVOURITE BISCUITS, not already in schedule Class 706 FOUR CHOCOLATE CHIP BISCUITS Class 707 FOUR PIECES OF SHORTBREAD Class 708 FOUR PIECES OF ANZAC BISCUIT, Uniced Class 709 ONE SLICE OF HOME MADE PIE OR QUICHE Class 710 FOUR HOMEMADE SAVOURIES Class 711 4 SAVOURY MUFFINS - NO PAPERS LEFT ON Class 712 FOUR NOVELTY BISCUITS e.g.: Gingerbread or Shortbread etc. Can be decorated COOKING Section 2 MAXIMUM OF TWO ENTRIES PER CLASS FOR EACH ENTRANT DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING Entry Fee $1 A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. THE FAMILY OF THE LATE MARGARET CHISNALL donates $30 to the person with the most points in Class 713 Sultana Cake, Class 719 Sponge Cake and Class 720 Sponge Roll ONLY ONE ENTRY PER PERSON IN THIS SECTION

PHAT DUCK BREW BAR AND KITCHEN donates a $20.00 Voucher to the winner of most points in Section 2 Cooking. REFLECTIONS COFFEE SHOP donates $10.00 to the winner of most points in Section 2 Cooking. SPONSORS: MAURI ANZ, ANNE WATSON, MAUREEN MAGINNESS, PHAT DUCK BREW BAR AND KITCHEN, REFLECTIONS CAFE, CHAMPION FLOUR, NZ BIOGRAINS, AND NEW WORLD ASHBURTON Class 713 RICH FRUIT CAKE Class 714 SULTANA CAKE, fruit to be boiled This class is part of the Margaret Chisnall Prize ONLY ONE ENTRY PER PERSON Class 715 MARBLE CAKE, not iced Class 716 CHOCOLATE CAKE, plain icing, made with the following recipe 225gms Butter 3 cups Flour 2 cups Sugar 3 tbsp. Cocoa 2 Eggs 2 teasp Baking Powder 2 cups Milk Vanilla Essence 2 teasp Baking Soda 2 tbsp. Golden Syrup Pinch Salt Cream butter and sugar, add eggs and beat. Heat milk and golden syrup, till syrup melted and then add baking soda. Mix milk mixture and dry ingredients alternatively into butter mixture. Mix well Pour into 23m cake tin. Bake at 180 degrees for 45 to 50 mins Ice when cold.

Class 717 CARROT CAKE, iced. Class 718 GINGERBREAD Class 719 BANANA CAKE (plain iced) Class 720 SPONGE CAKE recipe supplied This class is part of the Margaret Chisnall Prize ONLY ONE ENTRY PER PERSON SPONGE CAKE 4 Eggs 3/4 cup sugar 3/4 cup Flour 1/4 cup cornflour 1 teaspoon baking powder Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius and bake for 20 minutes. Method Separate the eggs and beat the whites until stiff. Add the yolks and beat lightly until well mixed with the white. Add the sugar and mix in gently. Sift together the flour, cornflour and baking powder. Repeat the sifting two or three times. Fold flour gently into egg mixture.

Lightly grease two rounds sponge tins and line with baking paper Put half the mixture into each tin Class 721 SPONGE ROLL, Jam filled, no dusting This class is part of the Margaret Chisnall prize ONLY ONE ENTRY PER PERSON Class 722 4 CUP CAKES decorated for 5 year old birthday Include the number 5 somewhere on each cup cake Class 723 FOUR PIECES OF UNCOOKED SLICE, one variety

Class 724 FOUR TRUFFLES Class 725 FOUR BELGIUM BISCUITS CHRISTMAS SECTION Class 726 FOUR CHRISTMAS FRUIT MINCE PIES (Shortcake base) Class 727 STEAMED CHRISTMAS PUDDING Class 728 ICED AND DECORATED CHRISTMAS CAKE (Icing only to be judged) MUST BE AN ICED CAKE and ALL DECORATIONS MUST BE EDIBLE GLUTEN FREE SECTION Sponsored by Ashburton New World Class 729 GLUTEN FREE CHOCOLATE CAKE (Plain Icing) Class 730 GLUTEN FREE BOILED FRUIT CAKE Class 731 FOUR PIECES of GLUTEN FREE SLICE Class 732 FOUR MUFFINS GLUTEN FREE Young Farmers Baking Post entries accepted on Friday 26th October 2018 Entry Fee $1 Only Members affiliated to a Young Farmers Club may enter. A Premier rosette will be awarded to the winner. Class 733 ICED CHOCOLATE CAKE - Recipe supplied Cake will be cut for judging.

Chocolate Cake Recipe 1 cup Flour, 3/4 Cup Sugar, 75gms Melted Butter, 3 Tablespoons Cold Milk, 2 Tablespoons Cocoa and 3 Eggs Put all ingredients into a bowl and beat for 3 minutes then add 2 teaspoons of sifted baking powder, gently fold into the mixture. Place in greased tin and bake for 30-35 minutes in a moderate oven (180) Class 734 DECORATED ICED CAKE In the theme of the Show - "IRRIGATION THE LIFE BLOOD OF MID CANTERBURY" - Open to Young Farmers Clubs only. Cake will be cut for judging. The Old Boot will be awarded to the winner. Tray Entry Fee: $1 Open to all Organisations AND Individual entrants To be ready for judging by 9.30am Friday. Prize money: 1st $10, 2nd $5, 3rd $5 ASHBURTON A&P TROPHY will be awarded to the winner of the Tray Competition. To be held by the winner for one year, 2017 - Winner Winchmore Rural Women MID CANTERBURY WI donates $10 towards prize money. MRS M. BENNETT donates $5 to the 2nd and 3rd place getter. Class 735 “Hues of Green, White and Purple”

Hues of Green, White and Purple 1. 3 Macaroons 2. An arrangement of fresh flowers under 20cm 3. Handmade Spectacle Case 4. Accessories allowed 5. Displayed on a covered tray 30cm x 50cm Embroidery Entry Fee: $1 DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING Every Article to be the bona fide work of the exhibitors. Competitors who have won a first prize with any exhibit at any of the Association's previous shows will not be allowed to compete again with the same exhibit, except as part of Class - "Collection of Needlework and/or Sewing" All exhibits must be clean. NOVICE - Entrant who has not won a first prize at previous Ashburton A & P Show. A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section.

ASHBURTON WDFF FILIGREE VASE will be awarded to the winner of most points in the Embroidery Classes. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 Winner -Phillipa Yates SPONSORS: REDMONDS FURNISHING, ANNIES COUNTRY QUILT STORE, PLAINS PATCHWORKERS, CAFE TIME, COLOUR PLUS, JEANETTE TARBOTTON, PHAT DUCK - BREW BAR KITCHEN, SUBWAY Class 736 HAND EMBROIDERED ARTICLE Class 737 ARTICLE OF HARDANGER Class 738 ARTICLE IN COUNTED CROSS STITCH - FRAMED Stitched area to measure less than 10cm x 10cm. need not be square. May be framed Class 739 ARTICLE IN COUNTED CROSS STITCH-FRAMED Stitched area to measure between 10-30cm need not be square. May be framed Class 740 ARTICLE IN COUNTED CROSS STITCH - FRAMED Stitched area to measure more than 30cm x 30cm. need not be square. May be framed. Class 741 ARTICLE IN COUNTED CROSS STITCH- UNFRAMED, ANY SIZE Class 742 CROSS STITCHED SAMPLER No stipulated size Class 743 CUSHION, EMBROIDERED/HANDSTITCHED Class 744 TAPESTRY, LONG STITCH OR PRINTED DESIGN Class 745 COLLECTION OF NEEDLEWORK, SEWING AND OR PATCHWORK Class 746 CHRISTMAS DECORATION Class 747 EMBROIDERED PIN-CUSHION Class 748 ANY ARTICLE NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED Class 749 ARTICLE EMBROIDERED ON WOOL OR FELT NOT A QUILT Class 750 BEADED ARTICLE - must be more than 25% beading Patchwork PLEASE NOTE: ALL PATCHWORK ENTRIES are to be submitted to the Home Industries Pavilion on THURSDAY 25th OCTOBER 2018 between 10.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. to allow for judging on Thursday afternoon.

ENTRIES IN EMBROIDERY AND SEWING SECTIONS MAY ALSO BE SUBMITTED AT THIS TIME DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. ASHBURTON A&P ASSN TROPHY will be awarded to the winner of most points in Patchwork. To be held by winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Colleen McFarlane

SPONSORS: THE PIN TIN, REDMOND'S FURNISHING, JEANETTE TARBOTTON, SOUTHERN QUILTING, ANNIES COUNTY QUILTS, ROBERT HARRIS, HARVEY'S BAKEHOUSE AND SUBWAY Class 751 PATCHWORK BED QUILT, Machine pieced and quilted (if any) Class 752 PATCHWORK BED QUILT Combination of hand & machine piecing and quilting Class 753 PATCHWORK BED QUILT, Hand or machine pieced, commercially quilted Class 754 PATCHWORK WALL HANGING, machine pieced and quilted To be less than 1 m square Class 755 PATCHWORK WALL HANGING, pieced and quilted Larger than 1 m square Class 756 PATCHWORK QUILT, first time entrant - NOT TO BE COMMERCIALLY QUILTED Class 757 PATCHWORK QUILT for a Child maybe a printed panel or pieced Class 758 PATCHWORK QUILT/ARTICLE using recycled fabric Class 759 PATCHWORK TABLE RUNNER Class 760 CHRISTMAS HANGING or ADVENT CALENDAR - May be printed panel or pieced Class 761 PLACEMATS, Set of 2, any medium Class 762 BAG any medium, Class 763 ARTICLE FROM A PRINTED PANEL Class 764 CHILD'S TOY, made with fabric Class 765 PIN CUSHION, Hand or machine pieced Class 766 CUSHION, Patchwork (may be quilted) Class 767 ANY ARTICLE NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED Class 768 PATCHWORK ARTICLE not a bed quilt commercially quilted Sewing Entry Fee $1 DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING ONLY CLASS NUMBER Every article to be bona fide work of the exhibitor. Each garment must be clean. If garment has been worn, please wash or dry clean. A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. THE ANDREW MEMORIAL ROSEBOWL, donated by the family of the late Mrs P.J. Andrew, will be awarded to the winner of most points in Sewing. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 Winner -Jenny Knight SPONSORS: ISOBEL PAGE, A K SHEARER, N & A SIM, J EDGAR SUBWAY, CLEAVERS CORNER and BURGER KING PLEASE NOTE TWO CLASSES FORMALLY IN THE WEARABLE WASTE COMPETITION HAVE BEEN INCLUDED IN THE SEWING SECTION NO MODELLING OF GARMENTS REQUIRED Class 769 CHILDS GARMENT (Not Knit or Polarfleece) Class 770 CHILD'S GARMENT (Knit or Polarfleece) Class 771 ADULT GARMENT (Not Knit or Polarfleece) Class 772 ADULT GARMENT (Knit or Polarfleece) Class 773 SLEEPWEAR any size Class 774 SIMPLE SKIRT, any size

Class 775 HAT, any size Class 776 APRON, any size Class 777 SLEEVELESS VEST, any size Class 778 BOXERS, any size Class 779 DOLL'S CLOTHES Class 780 SOMETHING NEW FROM SOMETHING OLD Class 781 ANY ARTICLE NOT ALREADY SPECIFIED Class 782 CUSHION Class 783 ANY ARTICLE MADE FROM A PILLOWCASE Class 784 UPCYCLED FASHION 15 YEARS AND OVER Class 785 UPCYCLED FASHION UP TO 14 YEARS Craft Entry Fee $1 DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING Every article to be the bona fide work of the exhibitor A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. ASHFORD'S CRAFT SHOP & KNITCOLA STICHERY donates a voucher to the Premier Award winner in the Craft Section.

FUSHION GALLERY donates a prize to winner of most points in Craft Section THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN TANKARD will be awarded to the winner of the Most Points in Craft Section. To be held for one year. 2017 - Winner Tina Hayman SPONSORS: NOSH CAFE LTD, FUSION GALLERY, SCRAP HAPPY CRAFTS, ASHFORD CRAFT SHOP AND KNITCOLA STITCHERY, NEW ZEALAND TRACTORS, LUSHINGTONS GARDEN GIFT & CAFE Class 786 COLLECTION OF CRAFT ARTICLES, 3 distinct varieties

Class 787 ONE CRAFT ARTICLE, not otherwise specified Class 788 FABRIC DOLL - DRESSED, Any Size Class 789 CHRISTMAS NOVELTY Class 790 HAND MADE JEWELLERY Class 791 CERAMICS Handwork (under 50cm high and 50cm wide) Class 792 CERAMICS - Wheelwork (under 50cm high and 50cm wide) Class 793 CERAMICS -Handwork made by a Novice (under 50cm high and 50cm wide) Class 794 CERAMICS - Wheelwork made by a Novice (under 50cm high and 50cm wide) Class 795 CARD - "WEDDING/ENGAGEMENT" Class 796 CARD - make any type of card using a cuttlebug die/embossing folder Class 797 CARD - make any type of card with products supplied by Scrap Happy Crafts 50% of product supplied must be used. (Please pick up SUPPLIED PRODUCT to create CARD from Scrap Happy Crafts from the beginning of September Class 798 COLLECTION OF THREE ITEMS OF PAPERCRAFT E.G. bookmark, tag, card, box etc Class 799 SCRAPBOOKING - One page which features using "FLOWERS" Class 800 SCRAPBOOKING - One Page which features using PINK and White Colours only Class 801 SCRAPBOOKING - One page which features “A SUPPLIED SKETCH" (Please pick up SKETCH to create page from Scrap Happy Crafts from the beginning of September). Class 802 SCRAPBOOKING - One page which features "PROJECT LIFE" (Pocket Page Scrapbooking) Class 803 SCRAPBOOKING - Mini Album Class 804 SCRAPBOOKING - "OFF THE PAGE" (Anything but a scrapbooking page and not a mini album) Teddy Bears Entry Fee: $1.00 DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. THE ASHBURTON TEDDY BEAR CLUB donates a prize to the Premier Teddy Bear in the following classes ASHBURTON A&P ASSOCIATION TROPHY will be awarded to the recipient of the most points in the Teddy Bear Section. To be held for one year. 2017 - Winner Anne Hooper SPONSORS: ROBILLIARDS SHOWCASE JEWELLERS, ANNIE'S COUNTRY QUILT STORE, ASHBURTON TEDDY BEAR CLUB AND SKEVINGTON BEARS.

NOVICE (Made 10 Bears or less or never won a first prize in an A&P Show) Class 805 TEDDY BEAR - any medium (NOVICE)

OPEN CLASSES Class 806 TEDDY BEAR - (ACRYLIC FUR) - less than 10" tall Class 807 TEDDY BEAR - (MOHAIR FUR) - less than 10" tall Class 808 TEDDY BEAR - (ACRYLIC FUR) - 10" and over Class 809 TEDDY BEAR - (MOHAIR FUR) - 10" and over Class 810 TEDDY BEAR - Any medium Class 811 TEDDY BEAR - Dressed Class 812 TEDDY BEAR - Made with Animal Fur (e.g. Rabbit, Possum, Mink) Class 813 TEDDY BEAR "FRIEND" What goes with your Teddy bear, e.g. mouse, lama, puppy, rabbit etc Woodturning Entry Fee $1.00 DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING SPONSORS: MAITTLIN NURSERY, TINA HAYMAN AND ASHFORD HANDICRAFTS LTD Limit of three entries per person per class Class 814 HOLLOWFORM - Novice Class 815 TURNING - Novice Class 816 PLATTER - Novice Class 817 BOWL up to 300mm Diameter - Novice Class 818 HOLLOWFORM - Open

Class 819 TURNING- Open Class 820 PLATTER- Open Class 821 BOWL up to 300mm diameter - Open Class 822 CRAFT - Article of wood not turned Handcrafted Fibre Entry Fee $1 DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING A Rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. THE C.L. BEGG CUP, donated by Mrs C.L. Begg will be awarded to the winner of the most points in The Handcrafted Fibre Section, plus $30 prize money. Trophy to be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Margaret Williamson The MID CANTERBURY BLACK & COLOURED SHEEP BREEDERS ASSN donates a prize to the best natural coloured exhibit. Exhibit must be 100% natural coloured wool, where white is not considered to be a colour, handcrafted by the Exhibitor and labelled accordingly.

ASHBURTON CREATIVE FIBRE donates $15 to the winner of most points in first five classes of One Skein Hand Spun Fibre. SPONSORS: SHONA SCHOFIELD FELT & FIBRE, MID CANTERBURY BLACK & COLOURED, ARDARA FARM ALPACA, ASHFORD HANDICRAFT LTD, ASHBURTON CREATIVE FIBRE, MAINLAND WOOLS LTD, CLEAVERS CORNER, JUDY WILLETTS AND PAULINE STEWART Class 823 ONE SKEIN OF HANDSPUN WOOL Fine spun and plied, not less than 100m in length, washed. Sample of fleece or sliver to be attached. Class 824 ONE SKEIN OF HANDSPUN WOOL Thick or medium spun, minimum weight 25g, washed. Sample of fleece or sliver to be attached. Class 825 ONE SKEIN OF HAND DYED, HANDSPUN WOOL Medium spun, minimum weight 25g. Commercial or plant dye. Dyes and mordant to be named. Dyed by the Exhibitor.

Class 826 ONE SKEIN OF HANDSPUN NOVELTY FIBRE OR ART YARN Any Fibre or combination. Name how it will be used. Class 827 ONE SKEIN OF HANDSPUN FIBRE Any fibre or combination of fibre. Minimum weight 25g. Sample of fleece or sliver to be attached. Class 828 BABY'S GARMENT IN HANDSPUN WOOL Size birth to 50cm (20 inches) and up to 4ply weight. Sample of fleece or sliver and yarn to be attached. Can be dyed by exhibitor. Class 829 CHILD'S GARMENT IN HANDSPUN WOOL Size 50-71cm (20-28 inches) Sample of fleece or sliver and yarn to be attached. Can be dyed by exhibitor. Class 830 ADULT GARMENT IN HANDSPUN FIBRE Sample of fleece or sliver and yarn to be attached. Can be dyed by exhibitor. Class 831 HANDCRAFTED ITEM CONTAINING at least 80% Huacaya or Suri Alpaca. Any technique. Sample of fleece or sliver to be attached. Can be dyed by exhibitor. Class 832 HAND FELTED ITEM Any fibre or technique. Sample of fleece or sliver to be attached. Class 833 HANDWOVEN ITEM Using frame loom or ridged heddle loom. Commercial or handspun fibre. A sample of fibre to be attached. Must be woven by the exhibitor.

Class 834 TRADITIONAL NEW ZEALAND FIBRECRAFT Any technique or craft showing historical fibre craft e.g. kiwi craft, flax crafts, willow etc. Name the fibre used. Class 835 HAT OR HEADCOVERING Any fibre or technique. Exhibitor or commercially dyed fibre allowed. Any yarn designed by exhibitor allowed. Class 836 SCARF/WRAP Any technique. Sample of fleece or sliver to be attached. Exhibitor or commercially dyed fibre allowed. Art yarn designed by exhibitor allowed. Class 837 FEET WARMERS Any fibre or technique. Exhibitor or commercially dyed fibre allowed. Art yarn designed by exhibitor allowed.

Class 838 AN ART PIECE Any work of art using fibres or yarns. Any technique Class 839 BARE BEAR

Ashburton Creative Fibre Challenge. Up to 30cm (12") tall. Any technique. No clothing allowed. Class 840 ANY ITEM not already in schedule Knitting Entry Fee: $1 DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING Every exhibit to be the bona fide work of exhibitor and to be new and unwashed. A SAMPLE OF THE YARN USED AND A LABEL, WHERE POSSIBLE, MUST BE ATTACHED TO THE EXHIBIT. Competitors who have won a first prize with any exhibit at any of the Association's previous shows will not be allowed to compete again with same exhibit.

A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each section for Knitting & Crochet. A CHALLENGE TROPHY donated by Mrs T.H. Lemon will be awarded to the winner for most points in Knitting. Trophy to be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Dawn Harper SPONSORS: ASHFORDS CRAFT SHOP, YARN BARN, ROSE JOHNSON, LYNNE BRIDGE HARCOURTS, SANDRA CURD, PHAT DUCK, BAR BREW & KITCHEN, J ALLOTT, M ALLOTT, MRS M MILES AND LIFE PHARMACY

GARMENTS/ARTICLES may be hand knitted in wool, wool mix, cotton or synthetic yarn unless otherwise stated. Garment can be blocked as patterns suggested. Class 841 FIRST TIME ENTRANT - ANY GARMENT OR ARTICLE Any yarn Class 842 NOVICE - ANY GARMENT OR ARTICLE, any yarn Novice - Entrant who has not won a first prize at previous Ashburton A&P Show Class 843 BABY'S GARMENT/ARTICLE excluding bootees Hand knitted in four ply or finer wool or wool mix. Class 844 BABY'S BOOTEES, without sole - not sockets or slippers Handknitted in wool, with wool ties Class 845 BABY'S HOODED JACKET Class 846 SOFT TOY, hand knitted with soft eyes/accessories Class 847 FLOWER, hand knitted Any type of yarn Class 848 PEGGY SQUARE, any type of yarn Class 849 HAT OR BEANIE Handknitted, Children's or Adult's Class 850 COWL/SNOOD/NECKLETTE - any yarn or pattern Class 851 BABY GARMENTS Matching set of Jacket, Hat/Beanie, Bootees/Mittens –hand knitted in 4 ply or finer wool or wool mix. Embellishments allowed.

Class 852 GARMENT IN DOUBLE KNIT Children's or Adult's Class 853 GARMENT OR ARTICLE not already scheduled, any yarn Class 854 THROW / BLANKET any yarn Crochet Entry Fee $1.00 DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING Garments/Articles may be crocheted in wool, woolmix, cotton or synthetic. A label and sample of yarn used should, where possible, be attached to the exhibit. A CHALLENGE TROPHY donated by Shirley Patterson will be awarded to the winner for most points in Crochet. 2017 Winner Karen Bishop SPONSORS: SANDRA CURD, MRS M MILES, LIFE PHARMACY, THE YARN BARN, ASHFORD CRAFT SHOP & KNITCOLA STITCHERY, PHAT DUCK BAR BREW & KITCHEN, LYNNE BRIDGE - HARCOURTS, and M ALLOTT Class 855 SLIPPERS OR SHOES (child or adult), Embellishments allowed, any yarn Class 856 HAT /BEANIE Embellishments allowed Class 857 CHILD/BABY GARMENT Any yarn

Class 858 CROCHET THROW/BLANKET any Design Any yarn Class 859 GARMENT or ARTICLE not already scheduled, any yarn Class 860 SINGLE AFGHAN MOTIF no bigger than 20cm Paintings/Art - this section includes Yr 9-13 students Entry Fee $1 PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS: All entries must be delivered to the Home Industries Pavilion by 11a.m. Thursday 25th October 2018, ready to be hung and judged later or delivered to the Secretary's Office, Showgrounds, Brucefield Avenue during show week before this date. EVERY EXHIBIT TO BE MOUNTED SUITABLE FOR HANGING AND MUST BEAR ON THE BACK THE NAME AND ADDRESS OF EXHIBITOR AND THE CLASS NUMBER FOR WHICH IT IS ENTERED String across back of framed paintings & canvas panels Unframed items MUST have a secure hook attached to the back Sketches, not framed, are to have a backing sheet (for pinning)

Any other media MUST have a hanging device on the back Photo frames are NOT suitable for hanging A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. A ROSETTE AND SPECIAL PRIZE OF $75 donated by the Ashburton Club and MSA will be awarded to the most outstanding exhibit. A SPECIAL PRIZE OF $25 donated by the Ashburton Club & MSA will be awarded to the runner-up of the most outstanding exhibit. THE ASSOCIATION'S CUP will be awarded to the winner of the most points in the Painting Section. To be held by the winner for one year 2017 Winner - Brian Kerr SPONSORS: THE FINISHING COMPANY, THE CIGOBIA/HALL FAMILY, BRIDGE STREET NURSERY, DPI PRINT & DESIGN and FRAMECO Class 861 LAND or SEASCAPE, Oil, Acrylic or Watercolour Class 862 ANY OTHER SUBJECT, Oils or Acrylics Class 863 ANY OTHER SUBJECT, Watercolour Class 864 ANY SUBJECT - Any combination of mixed media on a Canvas Panel Class 865 SKETCH Ink, crayon, pastel, charcoal, pencil, pen or combinations of same Class 866 STUDY, animal, any medium Class 867 SET OF THREE MINIATURES In same medium or combinations of medium Class 868 ANY SUBJECT in OIL, ARCYLIC OR WATER COLOUR OPEN TO 20 YEARS AND UNDER Class 869 SKETCH USING INK, PENCIL, CRAYON, CHARCOAL OR ANY COMBINATIONS Open to 20 years and under Class 870 ANY SUBJECT - using Print Making or Digital Techniques Open to 20 years and under Photography Entry Fee $1 DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING 1. Entries close with the Secretary, P.O. Box 185, Ashburton on Friday 28th September 2018 2. All photos must be delivered to the Secretary, P.O. Box 185, and Ashburton or Left in the marked box at Ashford’s Craft Shop, 427 West Street, Ashburton NO LATER THAN FRIDAY 5th October 2018.

3. All photographs submitted for competition MUST NOT have been exhibited at a previous Ashburton Show. 4. All photographs must be work of exhibitor. 5. Copying of any description will disqualify the competitors. 6. Every exhibit must bear on the back of the mount of picture the name and phone number of the exhibitor, and the class number for which it is entered. Students please include age 7. Exhibitors may enter up to FOUR prints only in any one class, each print to count as one entry.

NOTE: a) Photographs to be NO LARGER than 15cm x 20cm (6in x 8in) b) Photographs MUST have a firm card backing or may be mounted. c) NO FRAMES accepted. A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in the adult section. THE C.P. LILL MEMORIAL CHALLENGE TROPHY will be awarded to the Champion Photograph. To be held by the winner for one year - 2017 Winner - Nel Davison HARVEY NORMAN PHOTO CENTRE donates a gift voucher for the champion print. THE GORDON BINSTED MEMORIAL TROPHY will be awarded to the winner with the most points in the Photographic Section. To be held by the winner for one year 2017 Winner- Nel Davison THE GORDON BINSTED MEMORIAL TROPHY NO 2 will be awarded to Exhibitor with most points in School Pupils Classes. To be held by the winner for one year 2017 Winner - Jessica Chamberlain THE ASHBURTON PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY will award a Prize for the top print in the Novice Section.

2017 Winner - Toni Sweetman THE ASHBURTON PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY will award a Prize for the top print in the Student Section 2017 Winner - Jess Chamberlain THE ASHBURTON PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY will donate free membership for one year to any non- member who gains a first place in any adult class. NOVICE SECTION - Open to those who have not won a first or second prize in the Photographic Section of the Ashburton A&P Show SPONSORS: HARVEY NORMAN ASHBURTON, THE ASHBURTON PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, JULIE BEGG and PAPER PLUS.

NOVICE SECTION Class 871 COLOUR PRINT, Adult or Child Study, Novice Class 872 COLOUR PRINT, Animal Study, Novice Class 873 COLOUR PRINT, Landscape, Novice OPEN SECTION Class 874 COLOUR PRINT, Animal or Bird Study Class 875 COLOUR PRINT, Child or Adult Study Class 876 BLACK & WHITE - Any Subject Class 877 COLOUR PRINT, Any Subject Class 878 COLOUR PRINT - Cloud Patterns Class 879 COLOUR PRINT, Flowers and/or Foliage Class 880 COLOUR PRINT, Landscape/Seascape Class 881 COLOUR PRINT, - Sunset/Sunrise Class 882 COLOUR PRINT, Show Theme. "Irrigation the Life Blood of Mid Canterbury" STUDENT SECTION Class 883 COLOUR PRINT - Animal Study - up to 12yrs Class 884 COLOUR PRINT, Wheels - up to 12yrs Class 885 COLOUR PRINT, Any subject - up to 12 years Class 886 COLOUR PRINT, Animal Study - 13-18yrs Class 887 COLOUR PRINT, Wheels - 13-18yrs

Class 888 COLOUR PRINT, Any subject - 13-18yrs Floral Art Post Entries $1.00 POST ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED BY 9.30 a.m. ON FRIDAY 26th October 2018. Exhibitors will be provided with Exhibitors Pass on receipt of 5 entries. To be staged by 9.30 a.m., Friday 26th October 2018. NO EXHIBIT WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT TIME. Flowers not necessarily grown by Exhibitor. NOVICE is an exhibitor who has not won TWO first prizes in the Floral Art Section at an Ashburton A&P Show. A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. MRS R. McCONNELL donates a trophy to the winner of most points in the Floral Art. To be held by the winner for one year 2017 Winner - Jackie Ryan

SPONSORS: WINCHMORE GARDENS, KAKARIKI FLOWERS, LILY FIELDS-MT SOMERS, FLOWERS AND BALLOONS of ASHBURTON and SAMANTHA ROSE FLOWERS Class 889 NOVICE "ENCHANTED DAWN" any medium Class 890 NOVICE "GROWTH AND PROGRESS", any medium Class 891 OPEN "PIVOTAL POINT” any medium, Class 892 OPEN "FLUID FORM" any medium, Class 893 OPEN "FROSTY BEGINNINGS" under 30cm any medium Cut Flowers Post Entries $1.00 POST ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED BY 9.30 a.m. ON FRIDAY 26th October 2018. Exhibitors will be provided with Exhibitors pass on receipt of 5 entries.

To be staged by 9.30 a.m. - Friday 26th October 2018 NO EXHIBIT WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT TIME. Containers not supplied. Flowers to be grown by Exhibitor. A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each adult section. (Collection of Fresh Herbs not considered). THE LOWERY CUP donated by James Lowery ESQ is awarded to the winner of most points in the Flower Section. To be held by the winner for one year 2017 Winner - Tracey Fisher LAKEWAY NURSERY donates a voucher to the winner of the most points in the Cut Flower Section overall.

SPONSORS: LUSHINGTONS, ASHBURTON APIARIES, ASHBURTON DRYCLEANERS, TERRACE GARDENS, MRS M MILES, MRS M COLVILLE, TINWALD GARDEN CLUB, CONISTON GARDENS, MITRE 10 MEGA, MID CANTERBURY RURAL WOMEN and BUNNINGS WAREHOUSE Class 894 A DISPLAY OF FLOWERS/SHRUBS six distinct varieties. Display in separate containers To be entered by any organisation or school group. Class 895 CUT FLOWERS, 3 Distinct Varieties (shrubs excluded) Class 896 COLLECTION OF FLOWERING TREES/SHRUBS 3 distinct varieties Class 897 COLLECTION OF ALPINE AND/OR ROCKERY FLOWERS, in a vase Class 898 ONE STEM OF BEARDED IRIS Class 899 ONE STEM OF BEARDLESS IRIS Class 900 THREE PANSIES/VIOLAS, under 2 1/2 inches in a saucer, no leaves Class 901 THREE PANSIES/VIOLAS over 2 1/2 inches in a saucer, no leaves Class 902 ONE PAEONIA (Peony) Class 903 ONE CLEMATIS (floating) Class 904 THREE RANUNCULAS Class 905 THREE ICELAND POPPIES Class 906 ONE STEM CAMELIA Class 907 ONE STEM RHODODENDRON - One head Class 908 ONE HEAD AZALEA Class 909 VASE OF MIXED PERENNIALS - no more than six varieties. Class 910 ANY OTHER FLOWER not in schedule Class 911 COLLECTION OF FRESH HERBS Class 912 COLLECTION OF NATIVES - in a vase Class 913 VASE OF SAME COLOUR FLOWERS - no more than six varieties

Student Classes Entry fee: 50 cents Prize Money: 1st $2, 2nd $1, 3rd 50c. DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING Entries may be staged: Thursday 25th October 5.00 - 6.30 p.m. or Friday 26th October 8.00 - 9.30 a.m. PLEASE NOTE: STUDENT CLASSES: DAILY FRIDAY OR SATURDAY EXHIBITORS PASSES WILL ONLY BE ISSUED WHEN 5 OR MORE ENTRIES PER EXHIBITOR ARE ENTERED. Student Competition located within the SOUTH ISLAND SEED DRESSING & STORAGE Pavilion. PLEASE READ CONDITIONS CAREFULLY

STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES - please see adult photography section Entries in all STUDENT CLASSES must be the bona fide work of the exhibitor and not necessarily made at school. NOTE: Age and School class specifications may vary from Section to Section. Please ensure your entry is placed in the correct grouping. Age as at close of entries A rosette will be awarded to the premier exhibit in each Student section. The A.T.BEGG TROPHY will be awarded to the winner of most points in STUDENT CLASSES. To be held by the winner for one year 2017 Winner - Erin McBain Champion of Champion Primary School/Organisation Competition Y5 to Y8 Entry Fee: Free Open to Schools or Organisations - encourage three Y1-4 or three Y5-8 children to join together and each make one component of the entry.

Entry to be submitted under the School/Organisation name. i.e. Child 1 name, Child 2 name, Child 3 name Entry to be judged individually by three Section Judges together with the overall effect. Exhibit to be brought into the Home Industries Pavilion at the Ashburton Showgrounds by 9.00a.m. on Friday 26th October 2018 EA NETWORK CENTRE sponsor Family Swim Passes and the ASSOCIATION gives a Champion Ribbon & Certificate Class 914 Year 1-4 CHAMPION OF CHAMPION SCHOOL/ORGANISATION Theme "WATER" Lego model relating to Water, must not exceed 30cm x 30cm Poster - any medium, A4 Size Boat made from recycled Materials (maximum length 30cm) Class 915 Year 5-8 CHAMPION OF CHAMPION SCHOOL/ORGANISATION Theme "WATER" Lego model relating to Water, must not exceed 30cm x 30cm Poster - any medium, A4 Size Boat made from recycled Materials (maximum length 30cm) Student Cooking Entry Fee 50 cents THE CONNOLLY CUP will be awarded to the winner of most points in Students Cookery. To be held by the winner for one year 2017 Winner - Henry Goodes REBECCA JOHNSTONE CUP will be awarded to the Premier Exhibit in the Students Cooking. 2017 Winner Jessica Begg PAPER PLUS ASHBURTON donate a $10 voucher to winner of most points in Student Cookery Classes.

WASTEBUSTERS TRUST CANTERBURY donates $5 Special Prize for "Waste wise lunch pack" selected from all age groups.

SPONSORS: PAPER PLUS, WASTEBUSTERS, TINWALD SUPERVALUE, NOSH CAFE LTD, McDONALDS FAMILY RESTAURANT, HARVEYS BAKEHOUSE, COUNTDOWN FOODMARKET, MRS A LAWTON and MRS N BROWN. Year 3 and Under Class 916 PIKELET 'SHAPE' - Shape of own choice, not to exceed 10cm square Class 917 FOUR DECORATED CUP CAKES Decorations must be edible Class 918 FOUR DECORATED WINE BISCUITS. Decorations must be edible Class 919 GINGERBREAD PEOPLE - maximum of 2 Decorations must be edible Class 920 ONE PIECE OF PIZZA Class 921 LUNCH PACK Healthy and nutritional, must include bread product, protein (includes yoghurt), salad and or fruit. Commercially prepared snack foods not permitted. Also judged by Wastebusters so consider packaging and wrappings.

Class 922 NOVELTY MADE FROM FRUIT AND VEGETABLES (no accessories) Must not exceed 25cm x 30cm. YEAR 4 to 6 Class 923 PIKELET Shape of your own choice, not to exceed 10cm square Class 924 MAKE FOUR CUP CAKES AND DECORATE - decorations must be edible Class 925 FOUR DECORATED WINE BISCUITS - decorations must be edible Class 926 GINGERBREAD PEOPLE - max 2 - decorations must be edible Class 927 ONE SLICE OF PIZZA Class 928 LUNCH PACK Healthy and nutritional, must include bread product, protein (includes yoghurt), salad and or fruit. Commercially prepared snack foods not permitted. Also judged by Wastebusters so consider packaging and wrappings.

Class 929 NOVELTY made from fruit and vegetables (no accessories) Must not exceed 25cm x 30cm Year 7 And 8 Class 930 FOUR BISCUITS - any variety Class 931 FOUR MUFFINS - two sweet and two savoury Class 932 GINGERBREAD PEOPLE (maximum of 2) Decorations must be edible Class 933 MAKE FOUR CUP CAKES and decorate - decorations must be edible Class 934 FOUR PIECES OF SLICE Class 935 ONE SLICE OF PIZZA Class 936 LUNCH PACK Healthy and nutritional, must include bread product, protein (includes yoghurt), salad and or fruit. Commercially prepared snack foods not permitted. Also judged by Wastebusters so consider packaging and wrappings.

Class 937 NOVELTY MADE FROM FRUIT AND VEGETABLES (no accessories) Must not exceed 25cm x 30cm. Year 9 to Year 13

Class 938 FOUR VARIETIES OF BISCUIT - ONE OF EACH Class 939 FOUR MUFFINS - TWO SWEET AND TWO SAVOURY Class 940 FOUR PIECES OF SLICE Class 941 FOOD AS A GIFT Class 942 DECORATED PUDDING IN A GLASS Decoration will be priority in judging. Class 943 LUNCH PACK Healthy and nutritional, must include bread product, protein (includes yoghurt), salad and or fruit. Commercially prepared snack foods not permitted. Also judged by Wastebusters so consider packaging and wrappings. Class 944 NOVELTY MADE FROM FUIT AND VEGETABLES (no accessories) Must not exceed 25cm x 30cm Student Craft & Technology Entry Fee: 50 cents ASHBURTON A&P TROPHY will be awarded to the winner of most points in Student Craft and Technology. To be held by the winner for one year 2017 Winner - Emily Heaven MRS J TARBOTTON donate $5 for most points overall in Student Craft & Technology. MRS JEANETTE BEGG donates $10 for most points in Year 9-13 and $5 for most points in up to and including Year 6 Craft & Technology.

MRS B LEMON donates $10 to the Premier Exhibit in the Student Craft and Technology section MRS B LEMON donates $10 for the most points in the year 7 & 8 Craft and Technology section McDONALDS FAMILY RESTAURANT, ASHBURTON, David & Andrea Whalley donate Vouchers for use in the Student Craft and Technology Section. SPONSORS: REGENT CINEMA and COMPUTING SOLUTIONS

Up To and Including Year 4 Class 945 CHRISTMAS DECORATION Class 946 HAND MADE JEWELLERY Class 947 ARTICLE OF CRAFT (any other medium) Class 948 PAPER CRAFT ARTICLE (made using paper or card) not to exceed 30x30cm E.g. box, paper tole or handmade card Up To And Including Year 6 Class 949 SEWN ARTICLES Class 950 CHRISTMAS DECORATION Class 951 HANDS MADE JEWELLERY Class 952 ARTICLE OF CRAFT (any other medium) Class 953 CRAFT ARTICLE (made using paper or card) not to exceed 30x30cm E.g. box, paper tole or handmade card Year 7 & 8 Class 954 SEWN ARTICLE Class 955 PAPER CRAFT ARTICLE (made using paper or card) Not to exceed 30x30cm e.g. box, paper tole or handmade card. Class 956 ARTICLE OF CRAFT (any other medium) Class 957 HAND MADE JEWELLERY Year 9 To 13 Class 958 SEWN ARTICLE Class 959 HAND MADE JEWELLERY Class 960 PAPER CRAFT ARTICLE (made using paper or card) Not to exceed 30x30cm e.g. box, paper tole or handmade card Class 961 ARTICLE OF CRAFT (any other medium) Student Collection Entry Fee $1.00 REGENT CINEMA will sponsor Prizes in this Section Open to Individuals or Groups (any age group). All entrants names to be included on entry form. Class 962 STUDENT COLLECTION A collection of three different varieties of handwork (e.g. art, cookery, beadwork, sewing, Lego/kitset, flowers, grain & seed, technology, woodwork, junk to funk) to be displayed in an area 50cm wide by 75cm depth. To be judged on presentation

Student Technology Entry Fee: 50 cents Work must not be named. Identification will be provided when entry submitted for judging on Friday. COMPUTING SOLUTIONS donate product prizes to all Classes. Up to and Including Year 6 Class 963 BOOKMARK (computer made) Class 964 CHRISTMAS CARD (computer made) Class 965 OWN CHOICE OF COMPUTER ARTICLE eg poster, word processing, card Class 966 A4 POSTER USING THE THEME OF THE SHOW Show Theme "Irrigation the Life Blood of Mid Canterbury"

Year 7 & 8 Class 967 DVD COVER or Movie trailer Poster (No larger than A3) Class 968 A4 POSTER using the Theme of the Show Show Theme "Irrigation the Life Blood of Mid Canterbury" Class 969 BUSINESS CARD Class 970 OWN CHOICE OF COMPUTER ARTICLE Year 9 to 13 Class 971 DVD Cover or Movie Trailer Poster (No larger than A3) Class 972 A4 POSTER using the Theme of the Show Show Theme "Irrigation the Life Blood of Mid Canterbury" Class 973 BUSINESS CARD Class 974 OWN CHOICE OF COMPUTER ARTICLE Student Flowers Entry Fee: 50 cents MRS J. TARBOTTON donates $5 for most points in Student Flowers/Grain & Seed, year 4 and under MRS M. BROWN donates $5 for most points in Student Flowers/Grain & Seed, over year 4. THE HAZEL LILL CUP will be awarded to the winner of the most points in the Student Flowers/Grain & Seed. To be held by the winner for one year. 2017 Winner -Erin McBain SPONSORS: DAIRYCOOL, WELSHY CONTRACTING, SHIRLEY HARRIS and TINWALD GARDEN CLUB Class 975 NOVELTY GARDEN - THEME ""Water Life Blood of Mid Canterbury"" In a 2lt ice-cream container (Toys allowed). Year 4 at School and under Class 976 NOVELTY GARDEN - THEME ""Water Life Blood of Mid Canterbury"" In a 2lt ice-cream container

(Toys allowed). Over year 4 at School. Class 977 BUTTONHOLE Class 978 EGG CUP POSY Class 979 ARRANGEMENT IN A NOVELTY CONTAINER No bigger than 30c wide x 30cm deep and 30c high Class 980 AQUA JAR (Size up to a Quart Jar) Class 981 SAND SAUCER, year 4 at school and under Class 982 SAND SAUCER, over year 4 at school Class 983 FLOATING BOWL ARRANGEMENT, soup bowl or plate Class 984 FLOWER IN A WINE GLASS Class 985 CHRISTMAS TABLE DECORATION No bigger than 20cm wide 2 20c deep x 30 cm high. Class 986 GRAIN/SEED MAN or ANIMAL year 4 at school and under Class 987 GRAIN/SEED MAN or ANIMAL, over year 4 at school Class 988 Picture any design on card, using seeds & grains No larger than A4 size. Year 4 at school and under. Class 989 Picture any design on card, using seeds & grains No larger than A4 size. Over year 4 at school. Student Woodwork Entry Fee: 50 cents PAPER PLUS ASHBURTON donates a $5 voucher to each winner of Classes in this Section. Class 990 ANY ARTICLE OF WOODWORK Year 4 and under Class 991 ANY ARTICLE OF WOODWORK, up to and including Year 8 Made of wood Class 992 ANY ARTICLE OF WOODWORK, year 9 & 10 Made of wood Student Lego and Kitsets Entry Fee: 50 cents. NO MORE THAN 2 ENTRIES PER PERSON PER CLASS. SOUTH ISLAND SEED donates $5 to the winner of Lego, year 5 and over (at school), and $5 to the Kitset Model Year 8 and under (at school).

PAPER PLUS ASHBURTON donates a $5 voucher to the winner of Lego year 4 & under (at school). MRS M BROWN donates $5 to the winner of the Lego over year 4 (at school). SPONSOR: BURGER KING, MICHAEL WELLS Class 993 PRE SCHOOL ANY ARTICLE OF LEGO Including Duplo Not exceeding 30cmx30cm. Class 994 ORIGINAL LEGO MODEL, not to exceed 30cm x 30cm including base materials Year 4 and Under Class 995 YEAR 9 & OVER ORIGINAL LEGO MODEL Not to exceed 40 x 40cm including base materials Class 996 KITSET LEGO MODEL Year 5 - 8 Class 997 DESIGN AND BUILD A 'TRACTOR' using Lego blocks Not to exceed 30cm x 30cm including base materials Year 4 and under Class 998 DESIGN AND BUILD A 'TRACTOR' using Lego blocks Not to exceed 30cm x 30cm including base materials. Year 5 to 8 Class 999 KITSET MODEL, year 8 and under (NOT LEGO) Class 1000 YEAR 5 - 8 USING LEGO DESIGN A GAME for example a Marble Run Class 1001 YEAR 9 AND OVER USING LEGO DESIGN A GAME - for example a Marble Run Student Junk into Funk Entry Fee 50 cents Get creative with your waste and turn JUNK TO FUNK. WASTEBUSTERS Trust Canterbury donates a prize to the winners of Junk to Funk classes. Class 1002 JUNK INTO FUNK Year 3 and under Class 1003 JUNK INTO FUNK year 4 to 7 must include an up cycled CD/DVD Class 1004 JUNK INTO FUNK year 8 to 10 must include an up cycled item of clothing

Student Art Entry Fee 50 cents YEAR 9 TO 13 REFER TO PAINTING/ART SECTION ALL PAINTINGS TO HAVE CLASS NUMBER AND NAME ON BACK TO BE DELIVERED TO HOME INDUSTRIES PAVILION ON THURSDAY 26th OCTOBER NO LATER THAN 6.30p.m. MRS N.L.LEADLEY donates prize money of $10 to the most outstanding entry in any class. MRS N.L.LEADLEY donates the ALAN STEWART McGREGOR MEMORIAL CUP to the winner of most points in the Children's Art Section. To be held by the winner for one year 2017 Winner - Emma Becroft SPONSORS: MRS N L LEADLEY, UNIQUE BOUTIQUE, CHERTSEY PENDARVES WI, BRENT KILGOUR ELECTRICAL, D.G. ENGINE SERVICES, THE HALL/CIGOBIA FAMILY Class 1005 Year 1 & 2, A PAINTING OF A NATIVE ANIMAL Size A4 Unframed

Class 1006 Year 3 & 4, A PAINTING OF "BLACK & WHITE" Size A4 Unframed, any medium Class 1007 Year 5 & 6, A SKETCH OF A SUPER HERO Size A4, unframed Class 1008 Year 7 & 8, A SKETCH OF AN ANIMAL STUDY Unframed A4 Class 1009 Year 3 to 5 "LIKE AN NEW ZEALAND ARTIST" Any medium, size A4 or A3, unframed Recreate a picture of Peter Siddell Class 1010 YEAR 6 to 8, "LIKE A NEW ZEALAND ARTIST" Picture in or of the style of a famous artist or picture Any medium, size A4 or A3, unframed Recreate a picture of Wendy Leach Class 1011 Year 1&2, A PICTURE ANY TOPIC, using 2 mediums, unframed Size A4 Unframed Class 1012 Year 5 to 8, A COLLAGE PICTURE of “SUMMER OR AUTUMN" Size A3 Class 1013 Year 1 to 4, A COLLAGE PICTURE OF "WINTER OR SPRING" Size A3 Class 1014 Year 1 to 4, A Handmade "FATHERS DAY CARD" (no computer made cards) Class 1015 Year 1 to 4, Using Modelling Clay or similar medium our SHOW THEME "IRRIGATION - LIFE BLOOD OF MID CANTERBURY" Class 1016 Year 5 to 6 "A PICTURE" open mixed media art Size A3 Class 1017 Year 7 & 8, "A PICTURE OF A PORTRAIT" Mixed media any size Pre School Art Entry: Free Open to preschool children 2-5 years old (Age on Show Day) ALL PRE SCHOOL ENTRIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO REFLECT THE SHOW THEME "Irrigation the Life Blood of Mid Canterbury CHILD'S NAME AND AGE ON THE BACK OF COLLAGE/PICTURE PLEASE Class 1018 GRAIN AND SEED COLLAGE This work encourages the use of grains, seeds, wool, leaves any resources that help portray the Theme of our Show. "Water Life Blood of Mid Canterbury" To be presented on A3 or less paper or card/board Class 1019 PICTURE - any medium Maximum size A3 (including border/frames) Please write an anecdotal/narrative on the front of these pictures to describe what the picture is about Class 1020 MODEL FROM RECYCLED MATERIAL

These can be individual or group entries. Please refer to the "Handy Hints" on our website for more details: www.ashburtonshow.co.nz Highland Dancing DANCING CONVENOR: Mrs Julie Hawke JUDGE: Mrs Jeana Thompson Commencing at 9.00am sharp on Saturday at the Highland Dancing Stage next to Seafield Road. Alternative Venue if wet - Netherby School Hall, Brucefield Avenue Run under the Rules of Piping and Dancing Association of N.Z. DO NOT WRITE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ENTRY WHEN ENTERING All trophies to be held by winners for one year. JULIE HAWKE CHALLENGE CUP - Novice Under 14 years - 2017 Winner -Stella Clyne SHEILA MOORE CUP MOST POINTS - Local (Mid Canterbury District) under 10 years - 2017 Winner - Chloe Graham THE CHARMAINE QUAID CUP will be awarded to the local winner of most points in National Dancing - 2017 Winner - Milly Christie JULIE HAWKE CUP will be awarded to the winner of the Double Swords - 2017 Winner - Stella Clyne

KATE WILLS CUP will be awarded to the winner of the Waltz Clog - 2017 Winner - Ruby Tanner GRAY CLAN TROPHY will be awarded to the winner of the Under 10 Sailors Hornpipe - 2017 Winner - Ruby Tanner GRIEVE CUP will be awarded to the most point’s local Under 8. Winner 2017 - Tahlia Christie THE JAMIE GRAY HIGHLAND TROPHY will be awarded to Most Points local unplaced Dancer - 2017 Winner - Sarah Wilson MEDALS will be awarded to the winners of the Novice Highland Fling, under 14 years and the Highland Fling 6 years and under classes. Medals sponsored by Ashburton Highland and National Dancing.

ENTRY & PIPERS FEES PER CLASS: Classes 6 years & under - under 12 years & Novice - $1.40 Classes under 14 & under 16 - $1.60 Pipers Fee: 60 cents per dance Prize Money: Classes 6 years & under - under 12 & Novice 1st $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3, 4th $2, 5th $1 Classes under 14 & under 16 1st $6, 2nd $5, 3rd $4. 4th Prize money only paid out if 15 or more entries in class 5th Prize money paid out if 20 or more entries in class Class 1021 WALTZ CLOG, under 14 Class 1022 NOVICE HIGHLAND FLING, under 14. Class 1023 HIGHLAND FLING, under 12 Class 1024 HIGHLAND FLING, 6 years and under. Class 1025 HIGHLAND FLING, under 10 Class 1026 SWORD DANCE, under 16 Class 1027 HIGHLAND FLING, under 8 Class 1028 HIGHLAND FLING, under 14 Class 1029 HIGHLAND FLING, under 16 Class 1030 SWORD DANCE, under 12 Class 1031 SWORD DANCE, under 8 Class 1032 SWORD DANCE, under 10 Class 1033 DOUBLE SWORD, under 14 Class 1034 SPECIAL SWORD UNDER 14 Class 1035 HIGHLAND REEL, under 14 Class 1036 SEANN TRIUBHAS, under 12 Class 1037 REEL O'TULLOCH, under 16 Class 1038 IRISH JIG, under 8 Class 1039 IRISH JIG, Local under 12 Class 1040 IRISH JIG, under 14 Class 1041 IRISH JIG, under 10 Class 1042 IRISH HORNPIPE, under 16 Class 1043 IRISH JIG, under 10 IRISH JIG RESTRICTED (For competitors who have not had three first places in an Irish Jig). Class 1044 SAILORS HORNPIPE, under 10

Class 1045 SAILORS HORNPIPE, under 14 Tiny Tots Show SUPERVISOR: Clare Stewart STEWARDS: Ngaire Brown and Marion Brown POST ENTRIES: Entry Fee $1.00 JUDGING COMMENCES AT 1pm. on SATURDAY Post Entries accepted up to 12.30pm. At the Entertainment stage, at the Eastern End of the Grounds ASHBURTON NEW WORLD donates Gift Baskets to the winners of all Classes. EVANS ANIMAL FEED LTD donates 2nd and 3rd place in each class with a Golden Book. CHAMPION BABY WINS SILVER SALVER FOR ONE YEAR - 2017 Winner - Ella Lovett Class 1046 Girls up to 6 months.

Class 1047 Boys up to 6 months. Class 1048 Girls 6 to 12 months. Class 1049 Boys 6 to 12 months. Class 1050 Girls 1 to 2 years. Class 1051 Boys 1 to 2 years. Class 1052 Girls 2 years to 4 years. Class 1053 Boys 2 years to 4 years.

Class 1054 Twins up to 4 years.

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