Livestock Schedule 14-16 JUNE 2019 - Three Counties

 
Livestock Schedule 14-16 JUNE 2019 - Three Counties
14-16 JUNE 2019
                      Livestock Schedule
                                Incorporating the National Rare and
                            Minority Breeds Show supported by RBST

                                        Beef Pairs Champions 2018

 Interbreed Champion 2018                Interbreed Champion 2018

                        CLOSING DATES FOR ENTRIES
Cattle, Sheep, Wool, Pigs, Pygmy Goats, Boer Goats 16 April 2019
                                      Dairy Goats 18 April 2019
                     Angora Goat Pen Reservations 16 April 2019
                              Angora Goat Exhibits 14 May 2019
Livestock Schedule 14-16 JUNE 2019 - Three Counties
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   ROYAL THREE COUNTIES AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE
   David Owens (Chairman)                Michael Weaver
   Clive Roads (Chairman of Council)     Paul Westaway
   Maurice Hart                          Lindsey Craddock (County Director)
   Martin Hoskins                        Patrick Downes (County Director)
   Richard Lutwyche                      Adrian Hope (County Director)
   Andrew Powers                         Co-opted:
   Bill Quan                             Jonathan Long
   Peter Rose                            James Sage
   Graham Watkins                        Andrew Simmonds
   Dermot Weaver                         Phil Whiteley (Society Vet)
Livestock Schedule 14-16 JUNE 2019 - Three Counties
INDEX TO THE 2019 OFFICIAL SCHEDULE
REGULATIONS -                                                Dorset Down ................................... 34          Inter breed Cattle Champ............. 71
GENERAL SHOW REGULATIONS ....... 2                           Dorset Horn & Poll Dorset .............. 40                 Inter breed Pairs Champ................ 71
CATTLE REGULATIONS ....................... 8                 Exmoor Horn.................................... 41          Irish Moiled....................................... 68
SHEEP REGULATIONS ....................... 29                 Flock Presentation........................... 48            Longhorn.......................................... 70
PIG REGULATIONS ........................... 49               Hampshire Down ............................ 34              Red Poll............................................. 69
GOAT REGULATIONS (Dairy) .......... 60                       Inter Breed Championship............. 46                    Traditional Hereford........................ 69
                                                             Jacob .............................................. 41     Young Handlers............................... 71
Cattle Classification -                                      Kerry Hill ........................................... 42
CATTLE ENTRY PROCEDURE............. 10                       Lamb Carcass................................. 47            National Rare and Minority Breeds
Aberdeen Angus ............................ 12               Leicester Longwool ........................ 35                   Show -
Any Other Beef Breed.................... 20                  Lincoln Longwool ........................... 42             Sheep Classification -
Any Other Dairy Breed................... 27                  Lleyn ................................................ 35   Any other Hill Breeds....................... 78
Beef Cow and Calf Champ.......... 22                         Oxford Down .................................. 36           Any other Longwool breed............ 80
Beef Pairs Championship............... 21                    Ryeland ........................................... 42      Balwen.............................................. 76
Beef Shorthorn................................. 13           Shropshire ........................................ 36      Black Leicester................................. 79
Belted Galloway............................. 13              Southdown....................................... 37         Border Leicester............................... 77
British Blonde ................................... 13        Suffolk .............................................. 37   Boreray............................................. 82
British Blue ........................................ 14     Supreme Pairs Championship........ 45                       Castlemilk Moorit............................. 80
British Charolais ............................... 14         Teeswater......................................... 43       Champion Down & Shortwool....... 75
British Limousin ................................ 15         Terminal Sire Progeny Group                                 Champion Heath............................ 76
British Simmental ............................. 16                  Champ.................................. 45           Champion Hill.................................. 78
British White...................................... 16       Texel ................................................ 38   Champion Longwool...................... 80
Calf Classes - Beef.......................... 23             Three Counties Fleece.................... 46                Champion Primitive........................ 82
Cattle Championship..................... 28                  Wiltshire Horn................................... 44        Coloured Ryeland........................... 74
Commercial Cattle......................... 23                Wool on the Hoof............................ 46             Cotswold.......................................... 78
Continental Beef Breed                                       Young Sheep Handler..................... 48                 Devon Closewool............................ 75
        Championship...................... 21                Zwartbles.......................................... 38      Dorset Down.................................... 73
Continental Beef Pairs Champ...... 20                        PRIZE MONEY .................................. 31           Dorset Horn...................................... 74
Devon .............................................. 17                                                                  Fleece............................................... 83
Dexter .............................................. 25     Pig Classification -
Dual Purpose Cow and Calf                                    Berkshire .......................................... 52     Galway............................................. 78
        Championship...................... 26                British Landrace............................... 56          Greyface Dartmoor........................ 79
Dual Purpose Pairs Championship.26                           British Lop.......................................... 52    Hebridean........................................ 81
Dual Purpose Exhibitor Pairs                                 British Saddleback........................... 53            Hill Radnor........................................ 76
        Championship...................... 26                Gloucestershire Old Spots ............. 51                  Inter Breed Sheep Champ............. 83
Gloucester....................................... 24         Group of Three Championship...... 58                        Kerry Hill............................................ 77
Gloucester Cattle Young Handlers.24                          Hampshire........................................ 53        Leicester Longwool......................... 79
Hereford .......................................... 12       Herd Presentation........................... 59             Lincoln Longwool............................ 79
Herd Presentation........................... 28              Inter Breed Pig Championship....... 57                      Llanwenog....................................... 77
Highland .......................................... 18       Junior Pig Handling......................... 59             Manx Loaghtan............................... 81
Holstein............................................. 27     Kune Kune........................................ 59        Norfolk Horn..................................... 75
Inter-Breed Beef Championship ......21                       Large Black...................................... 53        North Ronaldsay.............................. 81
Inter-Breed Dairy Championship......28                       Middle White................................... 54          Oxford Down................................... 73
Inter-Breed Dual Purpose .............. 26                   Large White...................................... 54        Portland............................................ 75
Interbreed Group of Three............. 22                    One to Watch 2018......................... 58               Ryeland............................................ 73
Jersey................................................ 27    Oxford Sandy & Black..................... 54                Shetland Sheep............................... 82
Longhorn ......................................... 18        Pairs Championship........................ 58               Shropshire......................................... 74
Murray Grey .................................... 19          Pig of the Year ................................ 57         Soay ................................................ 82
National Junior Dairy Show............ 27                    Tamworth......................................... 55        Southdown....................................... 74
Native Beef Breed                                            Welsh ................................................ 55   Teeswater......................................... 80
Championship................................. 21             Young Pig of the Year..................... 57               Whitefaced Woodland.................. 77
Native Beef Pairs                                            PRIZE MONEY .................................. 50           Wiltshire Horn................................... 76
Championship................................. 21             Grand Parade Champion of                                    Young Sheep Handlers................... 83
Red Poll ............................................ 25             Champions............................ 59 National Rare and Minority Breeds
South Devon ................................... 19           Goat Classification -                                             Show -
Young Handlers - Beef.................... 22                 Angora Goats ................................. 63           Pig Classification -
Young Handlers-Dairy..................... 28                 Boer Goats....................................... 66        Berkshire........................................... 85
Young Handlers Dual Purpose....... 26                        Malvern Dairy Goat Show.............. 61                    Best Rare breed in show................. 88
PRIZE MONEY .................................. 10            Mohair Fleece Classes.................... 64                British Landrace............................... 86
Sheep Classification -                                       PRIZE MONEY .................................. 61           British Lop.......................................... 86
Any other Hill Breed......................... 44             Pygmy Goats................................... 65           British Saddleback........................... 85
Any other Lowland Breed.............. 44                     Three Counties Dairy Goats........... 62                    Duroc................................................ 56
Beltex ................................................ 31   National Rare and Minority Breeds                           Gloucestershire Old Spots.............. 85
British Berrichon ............................... 32               Show -                                                Inter Breed Pig Championship....... 87
Black Welsh Mountain ................... 39                  Cattle Classification -                                     Junior Pig Handling......................... 88
Blue Texel.......................................... 32      Any other rare breed of cattle...... 70                     Large Black...................................... 85
Bleu Du Maine................................. 32            Beef Shorthorn................................. 68          Large White...................................... 87
Border Leicester............................... 39           Belted Galloway............................. 69             Middle White................................... 86
British Charollais .............................. 33         British White...................................... 69      Oxford Sandy and Black................ 87
Butchers Lamb Classes .................. 47                  Dexter............................................... 70    Peoples Choice............................... 58
Clun Forest ...................................... 33        Gloucester....................................... 68        Pietrain.............................................. 56
Coloured Ryeland........................... 43               Gloucester Young Handlers........... 68                     Tamworth......................................... 86
Cotswold ......................................... 40                                                                    Welsh ................................................ 87

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Livestock Schedule 14-16 JUNE 2019 - Three Counties
THREE COUNTIES AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY’S 2019 SHOW
                              GENERAL SHOW REGULATIONS
                       SHOWGROUND HOLDING NUMBER 17/551/8000
RESPONSIBILITIES OF EXHIBITORS AND THEIR STOCK ATTENDANTS
R1    RESPONSIBILITY
      The Society, its Officers and servants, shall not be responsible to any person whatsoever whilst
      entering, or leaving the Society’s premises, for any damage or loss, however caused to the property
      of such person, or for any injury, fatal or otherwise, to any such person.  The Society, its Officers and
      servants shall not be responsible for any accident, damage, loss however caused that may occur
      to any exhibitor or his employee or to any animal, article, or property brought into the showground,
      or whilst entering, or on leaving, or being carried into or out of the said showground. The exhibitor
      shall be solely responsible for any loss, injury, or damage that may be done to, or occasioned by,
      or arising from any animal, article or property exhibited or brought into the showground by him/her
      and he/she shall indemnify and hold harmless the Society from all action, suits, expenses and claims
      on account of, or in respect of any such damage or injury which may be so caused or occasioned.
R2    CONDUCT OF EXHIBITORS AND THEIR EMPLOYEES/REPRESENTATIVES
      All persons in charge of stock will be subject to the orders of the Society’s officials. Employees/
      representatives must be in attendance each day during the Show, at least half an hour prior
      to the time appointed for the examination, exhibition or parade of the animals in their charge.
      Exhibitors will be held responsible for the behaviour of their employees, and for the consequence
      of any misconduct of such employees/representatives. The Society reserves the right to ban from
      exhibiting or attending, whomsoever in their opinion contravenes or has contravened any of the
      Society’s bye-laws or regulations or who behaves noisily or offensively to any Judge, Member of
      Council, Steward, Official, Exhibitor or Member of the Public. Any exhibitor deemed to be in breach
      of this regulation is liable to be disqualified and any award cancelled or may not be allowed to
      compete in any class or competition that he/she may have entered for the show and any such
      person thereupon may be excluded from exhibiting at future Shows of the Society.
R3    ANIMAL WELFARE –The Three Counties Agricultural Society expects all exhibitors to observe best
      practice at all times.
ENTRIES
R4    ENTRY FORMS & DATA STORAGE
      Entries can be made online at threecounties.co.uk. Alternatively, entry forms for the Show may be
      obtained from the Livestock Officer, Three Counties Agricultural Society, Malvern, Worcestershire,
      WR13 6NW. No entry will be accepted unless made on the prescribed form and accompanied by
      the correct fees.
      Information from entry forms will be stored on computer and the name, address and details of
      entries will be published in the Catalogue, unless otherwise advised; information about results may
      also be published and/or provided to the press and Breed Societies for publication. Information
      about exhibitors may also be passed to any regulatory authority, such as DEFRA or Trading Standards
      as well as the Society’s Veterinary Advisers. The making of an entry is irrevocable consent for the
      storage and disclosure of information in this way.
R5    EXHIBITS ENTERED IN MORE THAN ONE CLASS
      Animals may be entered in more than one class, except where otherwise stated in the Schedule.
      The number of such additional classes shall be stated in the space provided on the entry form and
      the additional fees remitted for each entry.
R6    ENTRIES FOR SPECIAL PRIZES
      These classes are identified by an additional ‘S’ before the class number. No fee is required for such
      entries, though each exhibit shall have appeared in the appropriate breed class and the fees paid
      for the same. This regulation does not apply for entry of animals for Champion Prizes as all eligible
      animals are automatically entered for such awards.
R7    CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES
      The dates appointed for the closing of entries are:
      Cattle, Sheep, Wool, Pigs, Boer & Pygmy Goats 16 April 2019 Pigs Online                    30 April 2019
      Angora Goat Pen Reservation                           16 April 2019 Dairy Goats            18 April 2019
      Angora Goat details                                   14 May 2019 Cattle substitutions 14 May 2019
      National Rare and Minority Breeds Show closing dates as above.
      No livestock or competing entry will be accepted for competition unless the necessary entry form
      properly completed and signed by the exhibitor (or by his/her duly authorised agent acting on
      his/her behalf), together with a remittance to cover the necessary fees in full, shall have been
      delivered to the Livestock Officer at the Society’s Offices, on or before the closing date of entry for
      the respective section. No entries can be accepted by telephone. ENTRIES RECEIVED AFTER THE
      CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.

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R8    CORRECTNESS OF ENTRY FORMS
      Every exhibitor or competitor will be held responsible for the correctness of his/her entry form, and
      must check all entry details when confirmation is sent, as at this stage changes can be made.  If when
      called upon to prove its correctness, he/she fails to do so, the entry in question may be disqualified,
      and any award made to it cancelled. If it shall be proved that any exhibitor or competitor has
      knowingly signed an incorrect entry form, or has attempted to obtain a prize by unfair means
      whatsoever, all awards made to such an exhibitor or competitor in any class or competition may be
      cancelled and he/she may be disqualified from exhibiting at future Shows of the Society.  Exhibitors
      of Cattle Breeds which are not tattooed must bring to the Show the registration certificates of the
      cattle forward. These must be produced at the request of the Society’s Stewards. Exhibitors are to
      state on entry forms if the exhibit has been imported from outside the United Kingdom. RANDOM
      IDENTIFICATION CHECKS OF LIVESTOCK WILL BE MADE AT THE SHOW. NO SUBSTITUTIONS WILL BE
      ALLOWED AFTER CLOSING OF ENTRIES.
R9    OWNERSHIP
      All exhibits shall be bona-fide property of the exhibitor at the original date of entry closing, except
      where the regulation is varied by any condition applicable to specific classes stated in the Schedule.
      In the event of the death of the exhibitor between the date of entry closing and the date of the
      show, the executor/s of the deceased shall be deemed to be the exhibitor.
R10   ENTRY BY MINORS
      Entries by persons under 18 years of age shall be accepted only provided the entry form is
      countersigned by the parent, guardian or trustee of the entrant, who shall be held responsible for
      the correctness of the entry and for the compliance with these Show Regulations. Any entry made
      in contravention of this Regulation and inadvertently accepted may be cancelled.
R11   PARTICULARS OF EXHIBITS
      Full pedigree details must be given on the entry form where demanded. These details may be
      printed in the show catalogue.  Every animal entered for competition must be entered or certified
      as eligible for entry in the Herd, Flock or Stud Book of its breed in the UK. Where an animal is entered
      by the exhibitor as eligible for entry in the Herd, Flock or Stud Book, proof of such eligibility must be
      furnished at the time of making the entry. This regulation does not apply to Commercial Cattle
      classes.
R12   AGE OF EXHIBITS
      The exact date of birth of each exhibit must be stated on the entry form, except in the case of
      sheep, where the year of birth only, need be given.  In the case of doubt or protest a certificate
      signed by the Society’s duly appointed Veterinary Surgeon shall be considered final and conclusive.
R13   RIGHT TO REJECT ENTRIES
      The Council of the Society reserves the sole right to reject or cancel the entry or entries made by
      any person, if it shall deem fit to do so, and right to cancel any class or classes, refunding any fees
      paid in respect thereof. Owing to shortage of accommodation, the Council also, reserves the right
      to limit the number of entries in any class or section should this be necessary.
R14   CANCELLATION OF ENTRIES
      In the event of there being fewer than four exhibitors in any breed section (Pig breeds – three
      exhibitors) the classes for such breed may be cancelled and the entry fees refunded, unless otherwise
      stated under individual breed sections. In the event of their being fewer than three exhibitors
      entered in any class it may be cancelled and entry fees refunded, except in cases where possible
      amalgamation is specifically allowed for in the schedule.
R15   NOMINATION OF ENTRIES
      Any form failing to give the full name of exhibit will be refused. The entry form together with any
      fees remitted herewith will be returned to the person sending the form (except in the case of R82
      Pig Section).
R16   ACCURACY OF CATALOGUE
      The Society will not be responsible for any inaccuracy in any pedigree or other particulars inserted
      in the catalogue, though every care will be made to ensure the accuracy of all particulars printed
      therein. Please use BLOCK CAPITALS when completing your entry form.

FEES
R17 PAYMENT OF ENTRY AND/OR ACCOMMODATION FEES
     All remittances in payment of fees shall be by crossed cheque, credit card, debit card, money
     order or postal order made payable to ‘ROYAL THREE COUNTIES SHOW’, or by electronic transfer.
     A charge of £25 will be made for any returned or refused cheques.
R18 ENTRY FEES
     Fees for each entry are shown at the head of each section of this Schedule. All entry fees are
     inclusive of VAT @ 20%. (Any change in VAT rate will be applied from the due date.) VAT registered
     no. 729848577. The acceptance of entries at Members’ rates is conditional upon the exhibitor
     having paid their annual subscription. Persons desiring to become members and wishing to avail

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themselves of entering at Members’ rates must pay £55.00, being the subscription for 2019.
R19   REFUND OF ENTRY FEES
      Any entry fee paid shall not be returnable, except in the case of an animal incapacitated by
      accident, injury or illness. Any claim under this clause must be made in writing to the Chief Executive
      Officer and must be accompanied by a certificate issued by a Veterinary Surgeon to be received
      not later than 10 June 2019 together with all labels and passes issued by the Society in respect of
      the entry/ies in question. ANY CLAIM RECEIVED AFTER 10 JUNE 2019 WILL BE INVALID.

TICKETS
R20 EXHIBITORS’ PASSES
      Each exhibitor shall receive passes as listed below, but a Member of the Society will receive his/her
      Members’ Badge in lieu of one.
R21 TICKET ALLOCATION
      Exhibitor passes will be allocated on the number of exhibits entered as listed below-
      Cattle            Number of Exhibit(s)                     Number of Three Day Passes
				                                               (One Day for Dairy and Rare and Minority Breeds Show)
			                                1                                          1
			                                2                                          2
			                                3                                          3
			                                4                                          3
			                           5 and over                                      4
      Sheep/Pigs        Number of Exhibit(s)                     Number of Three Day Passes
      Goats		                                           (One Day for Rare and Minority Breeds Show)
			                                1                                          1
			                                2                                          2
			                                3                                          2
			                                4                                          2
			                           5 and over                                      3

      Additional one day exhibitor passes may be purchased, in advance only, at £18.00 (inc VAT).
R22   LORRY PASSES - Livestock
      All vehicles will be inspected before entering the showground.  ‘Dirty’ vehicles will be turned away,
      or moved to an area to be cleaned before entering the showground. Exhibitors will be provided
      with a lorry pass to enable them to bring their stock into the Showground, and such passes will
      cover (pre-Show) the lorry and driver. Upon off-loading of stock such lorries will be required to be
      parked in the designated area and will not be permitted to return to the vicinity of the stock lines
      until departure time on the afternoon of the last day of the Show. Exhibitors must state on entry
      forms the additional number of such lorry passes required. Please Note: A one-way traffic system
      will be in operation.

DISEASED ANIMALS
R23 ANIMALS SUFFERING FROM DISEASE
     Every exhibitor shall indemnify the Society against all actions, claims, proceedings and demands by
     any person, company or other representative body of whatsoever nature in respect of any matter,
     directly or indirectly connected with the bringing onto the Society’s Showground of any animal
     which may have been suffering from any contagious or infectious disease or which develops such
     a disease whilst on the Showground and in addition the exhibitor shall pay all costs and expenses
     incurred by the Society in connection with any such claim.  The Society’s Veterinary Officers are
     authorised to refuse permission for any animal to be admitted to, or have removed from the
     Showground, any animals which they believe to be affected with contagious or infectious disease.
     The exhibitor of such animal may obtain a certificate from the Show Secretary, stating the nature
     of such disease or infection. The onus of proving the freedom of any such animal from contagious
     or infectious disease shall rest on the exhibitor of the animal concerned. A Veterinary inspection
     will be carried out on all animals in their pens or stalls.

AWARDS
R24 PRIZES
    Prizes will be awarded on the scales shown at the beginning of each entry section.
R25 CONDITIONAL AWARDS
    In all cases where the prizes are offered or awarded conditionally, they will be withheld until the
    exhibitor shall have proven to the satisfaction of the Council that the conditions have been complied
    with.
R26 ROSETTES AND PRIZE COLOURS
    No animal will be allowed to wear a rosette, sash or ribbon other than those issued by the Society,

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and no rosette, sash or ribbon may be displaying during judging which has been awarded in a
      previous class. The colours for prizes will be Supreme Champion and Champion – Red, White and
      Blue, Reserve Supreme Champion and Reserve Champion – White and Red, Special Prize – White
      and Blue, Reserve for Special Prizes – Mauve, First – Red, Second – Blue, Third – Yellow, Fourth – Green,
      Fifth – Brown. All other awards – White.
R27   PROTESTS
      Any exhibitor wishing to make a protest having reference to livestock or horses exhibited at the
      Show, must make the same in writing to the Livestock Officer, and must deposit a sum of £50.  If upon
      investigation the protest is not sustained to the satisfaction of the Stewards, the sum thus deposited
      shall be forfeited to the Society’s funds.  All protests must be delivered to the Show Office at the
      Showground within half an hour of the completion of the class, on the day on which the award
      shall have been made, and no protest will be subsequently received unless a satisfactory reason
      be given for the delay. Protests will be considered by the Chief Steward of the Section concerned
      in consultation with his/her assistants. If the Chief Steward in unable to resolve the protest, then he/
      she will refer the matter to the Society’s Livestock Committee.
R28   ALTERATION OF AWARDS
      In case of any protest made in accordance with Regulation 27 whereby any prize animal becomes
      disqualified, the winner of the next succeeding prize in that class shall take the prize that had been
      awarded to the disqualified animal.
R29   PRIZE MONEY PAYMENT
      The prize money offered by the Society WILL BE PAID OUT BEFORE 31 JULY 2019 in respect of all prizes
      offered by the Society. Special prizes offered by private donors or Breed Societies will be paid direct
      to the winners, and the Society cannot hold itself responsible for non-payment of any such prizes.
      Any claim or complaint regarding prize money paid or unpaid shall be notified to the Livestock
      Officer of the Society before 31 AUGUST 2019. Cheques must be cashed within six months of issue,
      and any cheque not presented within this time limit will deem the prize and cheque cancelled.
R30   CHALLENGE TROPHIES
      Winners of trophies offered by the Society may hold these until 31 March of the year following the
      award when the trophies must be returned in good condition to the Society’s Offices or to the
      Society’s appointed agents for engraving. Trophies returned by post must be sent by Recorded
      Delivery. Failure to return trophies by the due date may incur a maximum penalty of up to £5000.
      The Society’s Trophy Registration number is shown in brackets after the name of each trophy in the
      list of Special Prizes in each section. Exhibitors who wish to hold trophies must collect these from
      the Society’s Offices between 12 noon and 5.00 pm on each of the Show days.

JUDGES
R31 JUDGES
    The Judges are instructed to withhold prizes where the entry is not of sufficient merit, and in awarding
    prizes the Judges are instructed to make their awards according to the relative merits of the exhibits
    for breeding purposes in breed classes. If in the opinion of the Judges any animal appears to be
    unfit for breeding purposes, the Judges shall be at liberty to have the animal examined by one of
    the Society’s Veterinary Surgeons, whose opinion shall be considered to be final and conclusive,
    and if he/she so directs, the animal will be disqualified from taking a prize which might otherwise
    be awarded to it.  No person other than a Steward or authorised Official of the Society shall enter
    a ring when judging is in progress, nor shall have any communication with the Judges during the
    time of judging, and all exhibitors and their agents acting in opposition to this regulation shall forfeit
    such prize as may be awarded to their exhibit.
R32 CHANGE OF JUDGE
    Should an exhibit be forward for competition, which was either bred or previously owned by the
    officiating Judge, then a referee may be introduced at the request of the Chief Steward of the
    Section. The exhibitor will know who is judging from the schedule whereas the Judge will not know
    which animals are coming before him/her until he/she arrives in the ring. If there is an unforeseen
    change of Judge then the exhibitor should stand down from the class and entry fees will be refunded
    or advise the Chief Steward before judging commences so that a referee may be appointed. EVERY
    EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO INFORM EXHIBITORS OF A CHANGE IN JUDGE.
R33 PARADES AND JUDGING
    Any exhibitor or employee refusing to bring their exhibits on parade at a specified time when
    requested by the Stewards to do so shall be liable to forfeit to the Society any prize money previously
    awarded to the said exhibits. All employees in charge of stock which is to be paraded must have
    their exhibits ready for such parade thirty minutes prior to the times of parades as laid down in the
    official timetable.  White coats or Breed Society uniform must be worn in the Breed Judging ring
    and the Grand Parades. The correct number must be worn by the exhibitor in each class. Failure
    to do so may result in the animal being excluded from being judged. Cattle exhibitors should note
    that bulls should always have two handlers.

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HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS & INSURANCE
R34 PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE – All livestock exhibitors must ensure they have adequate public liability
     insurance cover.
R35 SMOKING
     To comply with Health and Safety Regulations we are obliged to inform you that there will be no
     smoking in the livestock lines or any buildings or marquees within the showground.
R36 HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK REGULATION
     Exhibitors are reminded that they are responsible for the observance, by themselves, their employees
     and their contractors of all Health and Safety at Work regulations. Any item of risk or hazard should
     be reported to the Director’s Office immediately.

GENERAL
R37 VETERINARY SURGEON
       It is a condition of entry that the Society’s Veterinary Surgeons may on their own authority give
       such emergency treatment as they may consider appropriate in the event that the owner or his
       representative cannot be found. In such circumstances, the exhibitor will be liable for the veterinary
       fees charged.
R38 DEFRA REGULATION
       Exhibitors should be aware of and conform to the regulations in place by DEFRA at all times.
R39 MALPRACTICES
       Any artificial contrivance or device of any description, or substance, found on or proved to have
       been on an animal at any time, either for preventing or influencing abnormally the flow of milk
       or for any other improper practice, shall disqualify that animal from any award and the owner/
       exhibitor may be prohibited from exhibiting at future Shows. For the purposes of this regulation the
       term ‘improper practice’ shall be held to include setting of teats, and generally any other practice
       which results in the animals being shown other than in a natural state. The Society reserves the right
       to have all animals inspected by the Senior Veterinary Officer either prior to, during or after judging
       or at any other time whilst on the Showground.
R40 TRANSIT OF ANIMALS – From January 2007 Welfare in Transport Regulation (EC) no. 1.2005 will apply.
       NOTE: It will be an offence to transport any female animal for whom 90% or more of the gestation
       period has already passed or female animals that have given birth in the previous week.
       PLEASE NOTE: If you are transporting animals over 65KMs you will require an Animal Transporter
       Authorisation, and as from January 2008 it is now a legal requirement to have a Certificate of
       Competence for transporting animals over 65Kms (please check with your local authority).
R41 STALLING OF EXHBITS
       Exhibitors and their employees must see that their exhibits are stalled or penned in the allotted
       place for them in accordance with their exhibit numbers, and no person shall remove or otherwise
       deface any notice or exhibit number placed by the Society, or its Officers on the stalls or pens, nor
       shall any exhibit be stalled or penned in the place allotted to another exhibit, and no person shall
       utilise a vacant stall or pen without written consent of the Steward or Chief Steward. The penalty
       for the infringement of this regulation shall be that the exhibitor whose exhibit is incorrectly stalled
       or penned shall forfeit all prizes awarded to such exhibit, and shall incur a fine of £50 for each day,
       or part of a day the animal is incorrectly stalled or penned. No animal shall be cleansed other than
       at the wash downs provided for this purpose. GREAT CARE MUST BE TAKEN WHEN USING POWER
       WASHERS TO CLEAN LIVESTOCK.
R42    STRAW
       Straw will be allocated on the following basis: Cattle – Loose straw in the stall on arrival. Sheep – One
       third of a bale per pen on arrival. Pigs – Half a bale per pen on arrival. Further straw to be distributed
       at the beginning and end of each day as required – times to be advised within the lines. No straw
       tickets will be issued.
R43 RUGS AND SHEETS
       Except by special permission of the Steward of the Section, no rug or sheet shall be hung up so as
       to conceal any animal in a stall or pen. All sheets used for this purpose must be removed before
       the opening of the Show each day to the general public, and must not be replaced until after the
       closing of the Show each day.
R44 PUBLICITY
       Exhibitors will be allowed to promote their herd/flock but the following conditions will apply –
		a. Cattle section – space allowed per animal forward maximum of 5’ wide per stall.
		b. Sheep and Pig sections – space allowed per pen maximum of 5’ wide per pen.
        c. Maximum height for herd/flock publicity boards from ground level – cattle 8’, sheep and
       pigs 6’.
		d. No promotion material to be hung from the roof, or placed in the gangways.
		e. No advertising other than acknowledgements of suppliers will be permitted.
		f.          Only Rosettes and Prize Cards of this Society to be displayed, and these must only be for the

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current year.
		g. Exhibit cards provided by the Society must be clearly displayed for each animal forward.
R45 STOVES
    Exhibitors or their employees desiring to bring portable stoves or barbecues onto the showground for
    cooking etc, will only be permitted to do so provided such stoves are carried and used in a properly
    constructed fire resisting box.  Use of stoves will not be permitted under any circumstances within
    the confines of Livestock lines or Stockperson’s accommodation within the main showground.
R46 STEWARDS
    No person shall officiate in the judging ring as Steward at the time of judging of a class in which he
    or she shall have an exhibit. In the event of a Steward making entries after his or her appointment,
    the Chief Steward shall at his sole discretion appoint a deputy Steward to carry out the duties for
    the class in question.
R47 DOGS/PETS – are not allowed on the Showground or in the Stock lines with the exception of Assistance
    Dogs and those taking part in competitive classes or events.
R48 PENALTIES
    Any infringement of any of the Regulations or Conditions printed in this Schedule will subject the
    exhibitor to forfeiture of any prize to which he/she may be entitled (in addition to the consequences
    attaching to the infringement) and the Council reserve the right to inform other Agricultural Societies
    and bodies of any decision it may come to with respect to an exhibitor.
R49 INTERPRETATION OF REGULATIONS
    The Society reserves to itself by its Council the sole and absolute right to interpret these or any other
    prescribed conditions and regulations, or Prize Sheets, and to settle arbitrarily and determine all
    matters, questions or difference in regard hereto, or otherwise arising out of, connected with incident
    to the show. Also to refuse and to cancel and entries, disqualify exhibitors, prohibit exhibition of
    entries, vary or cancel awards of prizes or reserve numbers, and relax conditions, as the Society
    may deem expedient.
R50 PLEASE NOTE
    All exhibitors and other persons admitted to the showground shall be subject to the rules, orders,
    conditions and regulations of the Council of the Three Counties Agricultural Society. The Organisers
    of this show have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present.
    For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and
    prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the Organisers and all Officials and
    Stewards.

Three Counties Agricultural Society			                             By order of the Council
Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 6NW			                               Three Counties Agricultural Society
Telephone: 01684 584900 Fax: 01684 584910
Email: livestockteam@threecounties.co.uk

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CATTLE SECTION
R51 At the time of the Show cattle must be from herds which are free from restrictions imposed
    under
    i) The Tuberculosis Order 1964 (as amended)
    ii) The Brucellosis (England and Wales) Order 1981 or the Brucellosis (Scotland) Order 1979
    (as amended). In addition the entered animals must not themselves be under individual
    restrictions.
R52 ABORTIONS AND PREMATURE CALVINGS
    Heifers and cows showing abnormal discharge or which appear to abort will be placed in
    isolation and returned to their premises of origin as soon as possible. An abortion enquiry will
    be carried out prior to the animals being removed from the Showground. A local Veterinary
    Surgeon acting as one of the Society’s Veterinary Surgeons or a Veterinary Surgeon of DEFRA
    will collect a range of samples. There will be no charge made to the exhibitors for the taking
    of samples. Arrangements will be made for the animal subjected to the abortion/premature
    calving enquiry and any other animal at the Show originating from the same herd, to be
    returned to the premises of origin as soon as possible.
R53 NORMAL FULL TIME CALVINGS
    Heifers and cows calving at full term on the Showground will be placed in isolation and after
    calving will either –
    i) be returned to the herd of origin as soon as possible; or
    ii) be sampled on behalf of the owner, or his representative, by one of the Society’s Veterinary
    Surgeons. Samples will be tested at the DEFRA laboratory. If the tests are negative the
    animal/s may, at the discretion of the Society’s Veterinary Surgeons, return to the Show lines.
    The owner or his representative will be responsible for the payment of any fees incurred in
    the taking of samples.
R54 Heifers and cows calving at the Show after the time of judging will be placed in isolation to
    be returned home as soon as possible.
R55 Heifers and cows showing any discharge upon arrival at the Showground will not be allowed
    to enter their stalls or compete and will be placed in isolation immediately. It is regretted
    that entry fees for such animals cannot be refunded.
R56 Any animal found during the Show to be showing abnormal discharge will be removed to
    isolation immediately.
R57 TIMES OF ARRIVAL, JUDGING AND DEPARTURE which will be strictly observed.
    ARRIVAL – Beef, Commercial Cattle and Dual Purpose Cattle exhibitors may arrive between:
    12.00 – 20.00 on Wednesday 12 June 2019
    07.00 – 20.00 on Thursday 13 June 2019
    Dairy Cattle and Calf show exhibits may arrive between 06.00 and 08.00 and after 18.00 on
    Friday 14 June 2019, and not later than 08.00 on Saturday 15 June 2019.
    Commercial cattle must be stalled by 20.00 on Thursday 13 June 2019, weigh in is between
    18.00 and 19.00 on Friday 14 June 2019.
    Those exhibiting solely in the National Rare and Minority Breeds Show may arrive during the
    times stated above and between:
    18.00 - 20.00 Friday 14 June 2019
    06.00 - 08.00 and 18.00 - 20.00 Saturday 15 June 2019
    06.00 - 08.00 Sunday 16 June 2019.
    JUDGING –
    Beef Cattle 		              classes commence at 08.30 Friday 14 June 2019
    Dual Purpose Cattle         classes commence at 08.00 Saturday 15 June 2019
    Dairy Cattle 		             classes commence at 09.00 Saturday 15 June 2019
    Commercial Cattle           classes commence at 09.00 Saturday 15 June 2019
    DEPARTURE – All Beef, Commercial and Dual-Purpose Cattle, Sheep and Pigs are to leave
    the Showground after the Grand Parade on Sunday 16 June 2019. Dairy Cattle may leave
    the showground following the grand parade on Saturday 15 June 2019. No stock may be
    removed from the Showground before these times, without written permission of the Society’s
    Official Veterinary Surgeon or the Chief Executive.
R59 IN MILK HEIFERS AND COWS
    No heifer or cow entered as ‘in milk’ will be eligible to receive a prize unless certified to have
    had a living calf within fifteen months preceding the date of the Show, or that calf, if dead,
    was born at the proper time. All heifers and cows to which milk shall have been given during
    the Show will be disqualified.  Judges may have any or all animals milked in the ring to form
    an opinion of the udder after milking.

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R60 MILKING FACILITIES - Milking facilities will no longer be provided; exhibitors will need to bring
    their own milking unit, clusters and other equipment.
    Please note the following guidelines-
    a. All milkers should wear the following:
    - suitable footwear (clean, disinfected and waterproof eg. wellington boots)
    - headwear (clean)
    - milking apron (clean, disinfected and waterproof
    b. No washing or clipping cows in milking area.
    c. General personal hygiene (eg. no smoking)
    d. Hygienic removal of milk from cow to tank room eg lid on bucket, clusters not dragging
    along floor
R61 SECURING OF CATTLE
    It is a requirement that all bulls over 12 months should be fitted with a nose ring. All animals
    (except calves) must be led with a nosecord attached. All animals must be double tied in the
    stalls. All cattle must be secured to the satisfaction of the Stewards, who shall have power to
    exclude from the Showground any vicious or unruly animal. Animals with a previous record
    of unruly behaviour should not be brought to the Show. Livestock must be under the control
    of a competent handler, with appropriate restraint equipment, at all times.
R62 ARTIFICIAL COLOURINGS
    Cattle found to be artificially coloured or otherwise faked in any part, either at the time of
    judging or at a time whilst on the Showground will be disqualified and the exhibitor dealt with
    under General Show Regulation 8.
R63 CLASSES
    All cattle entered for competition shall be exhibited in the class for which they are eligible
    on the days of the Show.
R64 CATTLE PASSPORTS
    Cattle Passports must accompany the animals and remain on the Showground for the duration
    of the animal’s attendance. Bar Codes with the Royal Three Counties Show number will be
    issued from the Livestock Stewards Office.
R65 CANCELLATION OF CATTLE STALLS
    If an exhibitor wishes to reduce or cancel the number of stalls booked, provided that WRITTEN
    notification of cancellation is received at least 7 days prior to the opening of the Show, then
    £5 for each stall booked will be refunded. REFUNDS WILL ONLY BE PAID IF NOTIFIED IN WRITING
    BY THE DUE DATE.
R66 PLEASE NOTE -
    Exhibitors, in their own interests, are advised to read carefully the General Show Regulations
    in this Schedule before making their entries.

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CATTLE ENTRY PROCEDURE
                                                          TB PRE MOVEMENT TESTING
   A pre-movement test with a negative result within 60 days of arrival at the Show
  will be required for ALL cattle, except under 42 days of age. A copy of the certificate
  must accompany the animals and be available for inspection on arrival at the Show.

Exhibitors must book the number of stalls required and submit cattle entry details by TUESDAY 16 APRIL 2019.
Cattle substitution details must be received by the Livestock Officer, no later than TUESDAY 14 May 2019.

                                                    THE ENTRY PROCEDURE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS –

a)        Entry will be by reserving stalls and submitting cattle entry details no later than 16 April 2019. Entries
          can be made online at threecounties.co.uk or alternatively an entry form is enclosed. Entries
          received after this date will be placed on a waiting list. In the event of over subscription exhibitors
          may be asked to reduce their number of stalls.
b)        No breed class entry fees are charged, but group class entry fees to be paid.
c)        Cattle substitutions - Entry forms must be completed with all pedigree details and be forwarded
          to the Livestock Office by no later than Tuesday 14 May 2019. Substitutions can only be made by
          contacting the Office directly and not online.
d)        All animals must compete in one of the breed classes.
e)        All beef, commercial and dual purpose cattle must have arrived by 20.00 on Thursday 13 June 2019.
          LATE ARRIVALS WILL BE TURNED AWAY.
f)        Dairy cattle and calf show exhibits may arrive from 18.00 on Friday 14 June 2019. Earlier arrival must
          be arranged in advance, no later than 31 May 2019, through the Livestock Officer.

STALL FEES
Per Stall - Members - £28.35                            Information for Agricultural Show schedules
   		       Non Members - £36.75                                                      February 2016

(All fees inclusive of VAT @ 20%.)
Group Cattle Classes (Other         than Special Prizes) – Members - £10.50 per entry, Non Members - £15.75
                           The BWMB National Golden Fleece Competition
per entry inclusive of VAT @ 20%
                                In association with JG Animal Health
Dairy Cattle - Stall Fees - Members - £10.50, Non Members - £15.75 inclusive of VAT @ 20%

Agricultural Holding
                 1. Newreference            numbers
                        for 2016 is The British             must
                                                Wool Marketing        be entered
                                                               Board (BWMB)               onto
                                                                            National Golden Fleece stall reservation forms.
                               Competition being held in association with JG Animal Health
                            2. The Champion Fleece from 12 nominated agricultural shows across the UK will
SPECIAL PRIZE – See     Regulation
                    automatically  be enteredR6,      page
                                               into this           2 of thisTheSchedule.
                                                         national competition.                       No entry fee required.
                                                                                  show champion fleece
A limited amount of and space
                         scorecard willwill   be allocated
                                        be removed                       to each
                                                     by a BWMB representative  at the endexhibitor
                                                                                          of the show  for storing boxes and equipment, free of
                    and stored, clearly labelled on behalf of the exhibitor
charge.          3. All existing show fleece competition rules apply
                            4. Should the exhibitor of the show champion fleece choose not to enter this
PRIZE AWARDS          competition, the show reserve champion will be offered the opportunity to enter
                      their fleeces to represent the show
NOTE – Prizes will 5.be   paid
                      All show       on fleeces
                                champion   the entered
                                                   number          of entries
                                                          in this competition          catalogued.
                                                                              will either be returned to the
                               exhibitor or graded and allocated to the exhibitors wool clip using their BWMB
                               producer registration number
No. of Entries Catalogued
                    6. BWMB registered wool producers 1st will also have the2opportunity
                                                                                 nd
                                                                                                      3rd
                                                                                             to enter this            4th      5th      6th
1-5		                   competition via the network of£57.75                   £26.25
                                                         11 BWMB grading depots.                      £15.75
                                                                                       These depot entered            -        -        -
6-8		                                                 £63.00                   £31.50
                        fleeces will be judged in two categories - traditional carpet and
                                                                                                      £21.00
                        speciality/knitwear/fashion and these winners will in turn be judged against the
                                                                                                                      £10.50   -        -
9-12		                  show champion fleeces         £68.25                   £42.00                 £26.25          £15.75   £10.50   -
13+		                                                 £73.50
                    7. Judging of the final of the BWMB                        £47.25
                                                           National Golden Fleece    Competition will£31.50
                                                                                                       take place     £21.00   £10.50   £10.50
                        in April 2017 at the end of the wool  season  at BWMB    Head  Office in Bradford.
                                                      1st - £36.75,
Group Classes: 8. All finalists in the BWMB competition                        2nd - £26.25, 3rd - £15.75
                                                                will be invited to a presentation ceremony in
Breed Champions Bradford in each  and willBreed       receive
                                           receive £125                £100.
                                                        product vouchers     from JG Animal Health
Dairy Cattle - 1st -9. £36.75,        2nd will
                        The overall winner   - £26.25,
                                                also receive a3competition
                                                                rd
                                                                     - £15.75 trophy and £500, reserve £250
                            10. For a full list of nominated shows and for further information on the BWMB National
                                Golden Fleece Competition, please visit www.britishwool.org.uk
IN ADDITION - £5 will be paid per day for each animal paraded in the Grand Parades. Exhibitor’s attention
is drawn to Regulation 30. PLEASE NOTE: All 1st and 2nd prize winning cattle are expected to parade.
Failure to parade may result in prizemoney being withheld.

        JG Animal Health kindly offers a £25 voucher to the Breed Champion and a £10
         voucher to the Reserve Breed Champion for any Premier Nutritional Drench.

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ALL JUDGING TIMES AND JUDGING RINGS ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE AFTER THE
                              CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES
                                  CATTLE JUDGING TIMETABLE
                    FRIDAY 14 JUNE 2019
Time Section                                                                 Ring No
0830 Hereford                                                                Ring 1

0900 British Blonde                                                          Ring 2
     South Devon                                                             Ring 2

0900 Beef Shorthorn                                                          Ring 3
     Aberdeen Angus                                                          Ring 3
     British Blue                                                            Ring 3

0900 Devon                                                                   Ring 4
     British Charolais                                                       Ring 4
     British Simmental                                                       Ring 4

0900 Highland                                                                Ring 5
     British Limousin                                                        Ring 5

0900 Murray Grey                                                             Ring 6
     British White                                                           Ring 6

0900 Longhorn                                                                Ring 7
     Belted Galloway                                                         Ring 7
     Any Other Beef Breed                                                    Ring 7

1630 Beef Young Handlers

                  SATURDAY 15 JUNE 2019
0900 Gloucester                                                              Ring 2
     Red Poll                                                                To follow in Ring 2

0900 Commercial cattle                                                       Ring 3
     Commercial /Beef Calf classes                                           To follow on in Ring 3

0930 Holstein                                                                Ring 4
     Jersey                                                                  To follow in Ring 4
     Any Other Dairy Breed                                                   To follow in Ring 4
     Interbreed Dairy                                                        To follow in Ring 4
1200 Dairy/DP Calf Classes

0900 Dexters                                                                 Ring 5

1330 Inter Dual Purpose Championships                                        Ring 5
     Cow and Calf – Dual Purpose                                             To follow on in Ring 5
     Exhibitor Pairs – Dual Purpose                                          To follow on in Ring 5

1030 Continental Beef Pairs                                                  Rings 6 & 7
     Native Beef Pairs                                                       To follow in Rings 6 & 7
     Interbreed Beef Pairs Championship                                      To follow in Rings 6 & 7
     Continental Beef Breed                                                  To follow in Rings 6 & 7
     Native Beef Breed                                                       To follow in Rings 6 & 7
     Interbreed Beef Championship                                            To follow in Rings 6 & 7

1630 Beef Young Handlers
1630 Dual Purpose Young Handlers

                 SUNDAY 16 JUNE 2019
0930 Cow and Calf – Beef                                                     Ring No 7

1045 Group of Three – Beef                                                   Main Arena

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BEEF CATTLE
                                              HEREFORD
 Only breeding animals entered for or accepted for entry in the Hereford Herd Book maintained
 by the Hereford Cattle Society will be qualified to take a prize in this Section.
 JUDGE: Mr M J Clark, Gloucestershire.
 C1       Bull born on or before 31 December 2016.
 C2       Bull born on or between 1 January 2017 and 31 August 2017.
 C3       Bull born on or between 1 September 2017 and 30 November 2017.
 C4       Bull born on or between 1 December 2017 and 28 February 2018.
 C5       Bull born on or between 1 March 2018 and 30 April 2018.
 C6       Bull born on or after 1 May 2018.
 C7       Cow or Heifer in milk born on or before 31 August 2016 with her own calf at foot.
 C8       Heifer born on or between 1 September 2016 and 31 August 2017.
 C9       Heifer born on or between 1 September 2017 and 31 December 2017.
 C10      Heifer born on or between 1 January 2018 and 31 March 2018.
 C11      Heifer born on or after 1 April 2018.
 C12      Best Pair of Exhibitor owned animals by the same sire. ENTRY FEE: Non Members £15.75,
          Members £10.50. Only exhibits entered in Classes C1 to C11 are eligible to compete.

 CS1        SENIOR MALE CHAMPION - H P Bulmer Perpetual Trophy (13). (Classes 1 & 2). TCAS
            Rosettes for Champion and reserve.
 CS2        JUNIOR MALE CHAMPION - Hughes Perpetual Cup (3), a gift of Messrs P & G Hughes of
            Gresty, Crewe. (Classes 3, 4, 5, & 6) TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.
 CS3        GRAND MALE CHAMPION - Salwey Perpetual Cup (15), a gift of the late, T J Salwey Esq.
            for J Salwey Esq, for the best Bull of any age. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.
 CS4        SENIOR FEMALE CHAMPION - The Tom Bradstock Memorial Perpetual Rose Bowl (193).
            Hereford Cattle Society special Rosette. (Classes 7 & 8) TCAS Rosettes for Champion and
            Reserve.
 CS5        JUNIOR FEMALE CHAMPION - Everall Perpetual Trophy (42), presented by Mr T L D Everall.
            (Classes 9 & 10). TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.
 CS6        GRAND FEMALE CHAMPION -Tarrington Perpetual Trophy (59), presented by the Executors
            of the late H R Griffiths Esq., for the best Female of any age. TCAS Rosettes for Champion
            and Reserve.
 CS7        BREED CHAMPION - £100. Hugh Sumner Perpetual Cup (29), a gift of the late, J R H Sumner
            Esq. A gift to the Stockman in charge of the winning exhibit, kindly sponsored by H.
            Weston & Sons Ltd. TCAS Rosettes for Breed Champion and Reserve.
 CS8        BEST OPPOSITE SEX TO SUPREME CHAMPION - TCAS Rosettes
 CS9        BEST GROUP - Hopton Perpetual Cup (20), a gift of the late Mrs Hopton for the best Group
            of Three Animals (Bulls, Females OR Mixed Sex) bred and owned by the Exhibitor.
 CS10       OPEN PAIRS - Judge to select the best male and best female, to go forward to the Pairs
            Championship, CS96 on Saturday 15 June 2019. Pair need not necessarily be from the
            same exhibitor.
 CS11       GROUP OF THREE - Judge to select the best group of three, to comprise both sexes, to
            go forward to the Group of Three Championship, CS103 on Sunday 16 June 2019. Group
            need not necessarily be from the same exhibitor.

                                       ABERDEEN ANGUS
                                   SPONSORED BY M&S
 JUDGE: Mr A P McLaren, Northamptonshire.
 C13      Bull born on or before 31 December 2017.
 C14      Bull born on or between 1 January and 31 March 2018.
 C15      Bull born on or after 1 April 2018.
 C16      Cow, in milk, or in calf, born before 1 January 2017.
 C17      Heifer born on or between 1 January and 31 December 2017.
 C18      Heifer born on or between 1 January and 31 March 2018.
 C19      Heifer born on or after 1 April 2018.
 C20      Group of three animals, to include both sexes, entered in classes C13 to C19. ENTRY FEE:
          Non Members £15.75, Members £10.50.
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CS12       CHAMPION MALE - Perpetual Silver Challenge. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.
 CS13       CHAMPION FEMALE - TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.
 CS14       BREED CHAMPION - £100. Robinson Perpetual Cup (10), a gift of the late Lady Robinson.
            TCAS Rosettes for Breed Champion and Reserve. A gift to the Stockman in charge of the
            winning exhibit, kindly sponsored by H. Weston & Sons Ltd. A Championship Sash and
            Rosette awarded to the Supreme Champion by the Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society.
 CS15       BEST OPPOSITE SEX TO SUPREME CHAMPION - Nall-Cain Perpetual Cup (45), a gift of the
            late Hon. Ronald Nall-Cain, will be awarded either to the Winner of CS12 or CS13 if not
            the Winner of CS14.
 CS16       OPEN PAIRS - Judge to select the best male and best female, to go forward to the Pairs
            Championship, CS96 on Saturday 15 June 2019. Pair need not necessarily be from the
            same exhibitor.
 CS17       GROUP OF THREE - Judge to select the best group of three, to comprise both sexes, to
            go forward to the Group of Three Championship, CS103 on Sunday 16 June 2019. Group
            need not necessarily be from the same exhibitor.

                                       BEEF SHORTHORN
 JUDGE: Mr R S Johnson, North Yorkshire.
 C21      Cow or heifer in calf or with calf at foot born on or before 31 December 2016.
 C22      Heifer born in 2017.
 C23      Heifer born in 2018.
 C24      Bull born on or before 31 December 2017.
 C25      Bull born on or after 1 January 2018.

 CS18       BREED CHAMPION - £100. TCAS Rosettes for Breed Champion and reserve. A gift to the
            Stockman in charge of the winning exhibit, kindly sponsored by H. Weston & Sons Ltd.
 CS19       OPEN PAIRS - Judge to select the best male and best female, to go forward to the Pairs
            Championship, CS96 on Saturday 15 June 2019. Pair need not necessarily be from the
            same exhibitor.
 CS20       GROUP OF THREE - Judge to select the best group of three, to comprise both sexes, to
            go forward to the Group of Three Championship, CS103 on Sunday 16 June 2019. Group
            need not necessarily be from the same exhibitor.

                                      BELTED GALLOWAY
 JUDGE: Mr J Ward, Dumfriesshire.
 C26      Cow in milk or in calf.
 C27      Heifer, in milk or in calf.
 C28      Heifer, born in 2018.
 C29      Bull, any age.
 C30      Pair of Animals of either sex entered in the above classes, the property of the same exhibitor.
          ENTRY FEE: Non Members £15.75, Members £10.50.

 CS21       BREED CHAMPION - £100. TCAS Rosettes for Breed Champion and reserve. A gift to the
            Stockman in charge of the winning exhibit, kindly sponsored by H. Weston & Sons Ltd.
 CS22       OPEN PAIRS - Judge to select the best male and best female, to go forward to the Pairs
            Championship, CS96 on Saturday 15 June 2019. Pair need not necessarily be from the
            same exhibitor.
 CS23       GROUP OF THREE - Judge to select the best group of three, to comprise both sexes, to
            go forward to the Group of Three Championship, CS103 on Sunday 16 June 2019. Group
            need not necessarily be from the same exhibitor.

                                         BRITISH BLONDE
 JUDGE: Mr D Davies, Carmarthenshire.
 C31      Bull born before 31 December 2016.
 C32      Bull born on or between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2017.
 C33      Bull born on or after 1 January 2018.
 C34      Best Mature Registered Cow born on or before 29 June 2014 in calf or with own suckling
          registered Blonde calf at foot.
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