Sunday 26th August 2018 - ENTRIES CLOSE ON FRIDAY AUGUST 17th 2018
Sunday 26th August 2018 - ENTRIES CLOSE ON FRIDAY AUGUST 17th 2018
1 55th ANNUAL OUGHTERARD AGRICULTURAL SHOW Sunday 26th August 2018 ENTRIES CLOSE ON FRIDAY AUGUST 17th 2018 NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED ENTRY NUMBERS AVAILABLE FROM ENTRIES SECRETARY ON DAY ALL ENTRIES TO: Oughterard Show Office, Camp St, Oughterard, Co Galway. Tel: 086 1517289 Member of Irish Shows Assoc. & affiliated to Irish Pony Society Admission to grounds on Sunday including Hall: Adults €10, Senior Citizens & Students €5, Children under 12 Free, Family €20. Chairman: P.J. Burke – 086 8385854 Oughterard Show Office: Tel 086 1517289 General Secretary: Tim Pickering Office Administrator: Mary O’Connor or email: email@example.com ALL PRIZE MONEY WILL BE PAID ON SHOW DAY INCLUDING DOMESTIC ARTS WHICH WILL BE PAID AFTER 4.00 P.M.
TEEN & CHILDRENS CLASSES WILL BE PAID OUT AT 4.30PM ON THE DAY PLEASE NOTE: ENTRANTS DETAILS ARE PUBLISHED IN OUR ANNUAL SHOW CATALOGUE EXCEPT FOR TEENS & CHILDREN NO UNAUTHORISED TICKET SELLERS ALLOWED ON SHOW GROUNDS TRADE STANDS WELCOME BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENT ONLY Contact 086 8385854 Show Schedule and Entry Forms also available to download on www.oughterardshow.com
2 SUNDAY 26th August 2018 Programme of Events 7.30am Show Grounds open for admission of exhibits. 9.00-11.00am Oughterard Community Centre opens for admission of exhibits 8.45am Judging of In-Hand Ponies - Ring 1 9.00 am Judging of Ridden Classes - Ring 3 10.00 am Judging of Horses - Ring 2 11.00 am Judging of Sheep 11.30 am Judging of Cattle From 12.00 noon Entries taken for Dogs at Dog Section 1.00 pm Entries taken for Bonny Baby, Little Miss/Little Master, Junior/Senior Miss, Best Dressed Lady, Best Hat Competition 1.30 pm Judging of Dogs 2.00 pm The Power’s Quarry 34th International Ridden Registered Connemara Performance Pony C’ship Final 2.00 pm Domestic Arts Section opens for viewing in the Oughterard Community Centre, Main St, Oughterard 2.00 pm Judging of Connemara Foals will be after Champion Horse of the Show in Ring 2 2.30 pm Judging of Bonny Baby, Little Miss/Master, Junior & Senior Miss, Best Dressed Lady & Best Hat Competition 3.00 pm Western Region Irish Draught Foal Championship Working Sheep Dog Demonstration 4.00 pm Judging of Donkeys – in Cattle Ring 5.30 pm Donkey Derby - weather permitting Oughterard Show is the venue for the following: ISA & Mountbellew Show Qualifier for Traditional Irish Sport Horse Foal All Ireland C’ship ISA & Ballinasloe Show Society Qualifier for Irish Draught Filly Foal Championship ISA & Clonaslee Show Society Gain Dog Food All Ireland Championship Qualifiers The All Ireland Gun Dog Championship – Final in Beltra
3 NOVELTY CLASSES Best Dressed Lady Ladies All Ages 1st 2nd 3rd prizes Best Hat Competition Ladies All Ages 1st Place Only Bonny Baby 0 – 6 months Girl Bonny Baby 0 -6 months Boy Bonny Baby 6 -12 months Girl Bonny Baby 6 -12 months Boy Bonny Baby Under 2 years Girl Bonny Baby Under 2 years Boy Bonny Baby Under 3 years Girl Bonny Baby Under 3 years Boy Little Miss Oughterard Girls 3-6 years 1st Place only Little Master Oughterard Boys 3-6 years 1st Place only Junior Miss Oughterard Girls 7 – 9 years 1st Place and Runner Up Senior Miss Oughterard Girls 10 – 13 years 1st Place and Runner Up Entry Fee to Best Dressed Lady/Best Hat Competitions €3 Entry Fee to Childrens classes €2 Registration for all above classes is on the day.
Entries taken from 1.00 p.m. and Judging will commence at 2.30 p.m.
4 OUGHTERARD SHOW SOCIETY REGULATIONS 1. Show grounds open at 7.30am. Exhibits must be on show in the Community Centre before 11.00am. Exhibits must not be removed before 4.00pm without written permission from the Show Secretary. 2. Competitors are responsible if entered in classes which clash. 3. Exhibitors must satisfy themselves that their exhibits are in correct classes and bear correct number before judging commences. 4. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to be on time for the judging of their class. 5. The judges are empowered to withhold prizes in classes in which there is not sufficient competition or merit.
6. The judges’ decisions as to the merit in all classes shall be final. Any objections should be lodged in writing with the secretary within 30 minutes following the completion of the competition, with a fee of €50, which will be returned if the objection is upheld. €50 per person per objection. 7. All exhibits must be bona fide property of exhibitor and in the Home Craft classes, must have been made by the exhibitor and not previously exhibited at the Oughterard Show. In the produce classes, exhibits must have been produced in the exhibitors farm or garden.
8. Market Gardeners shall not be eligible for garden produce classes.
Factories shall not be eligible for home crafts section. Bakeries shall not be eligible for cookery classes. 9. No entry fee will be returned on entries not exhibited. 10. Classes with 2 entrants or less will be cancelled. The entry fee will be returned. 11. The committee will not be responsible for any loss or accident which may occur to exhibits, exhibitors or to the general public. 12. Exhibitors and spectators must obey the directions of the safety officer/stewards at all times. Any exhibitor or spectator who refuses to comply with such instructions do so at their own risk and Oughterard Show Committee accept no responsibility for any accident which may occur from noncompliance with safety officer / stewards instructions.
13. In the interest of safety all animals must be led by competent persons. 14. All Horses & Ponies and especially Foals must be shown in headstall, cavessons and / or to be led in bridle only. All cattle must be in headstalls. 15. No person shall be allowed to enter the judging ring in any class except the stewards of that class and those in charge of the animals. No steward shall officiate in any class in which he is an exhibitor, or wear his/her stewards badge while showing such exhibit. Any exhibitor interfering with the judging will be disqualified.
16. The judges shall have the power to have prize winning animals examined by a V.S, whose certificates shall be limited to the statement “Sound” or “Unsound”, soundness being a necessary qualification in every case.
The Veterinary examination shall be of the standard to which the animal would be submitted for an intending purchaser. 17. The person to whom a cup is awarded shall give security to the committee that the cup shall be delivered to the secretary at least 14 days prior to succeeding show, and in the same condition as it was received.
18. Winners of confined sections may enter in open sections. 19. No animal or exhibitor should enter the ring wearing a rosette, except in a Championship. 20. 5% will be deducted from prize money in the Cattle, Pony, Horse & Sheep Section for the ISA Championship fund. 21. Should any matter arise not provided for in these rules and regulations, the same shall be referred to the Executive Committee whose decision shall be final and from which there is no appeal. 22. The Show Committee and Directors reserve the right to abandon or postpone the show or cancel / alter any class.
23. All entries must be lodged with the Entries Secretary by August 17th 2018.
Numbers to be collected in Entry Secretary's office on show day. No Refund given on any Entries.
5 THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION Pinegrove, Mountbellew, Co Galway 090-9623945 / e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org GENERAL RULES FOR ISA CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018 A. ELIGIBILITY OF SHOWS Shows wishing to participate in the 2018 Championships and be eligible to hold qualifiers, must have collected the Championship Fund Levy (currently 5%) from Horse, Pony, Cattle & Sheep class prize money for the year 2017 and forwarded the amount so collected, in full, to the Irish Shows Association Head Office within the stipulated period of not more than 30 days from the date of their show. Alternative methods of meeting this obligation are not acceptable.
Any show or competitor in breach of the Rules set out below will be disqualified from participating or competing in these Championships.
These General Rules and those relating to individual championships (where applicable) should be published in the show schedule and catalogue of the participating shows and must be strictly observed. B. QUALIFYING ROUNDS (QUALIFIERS) Qualifying rounds will take place at eligible shows selected by the Irish Shows Association. C. RESPONSIBILITY OF SHOWS HOLDING QUALIFYING ROUNDS a. Selected shows should hold a separate class for each qualifier from which the highest placed animals will qualify. b. The Qualifier Class should be held if possible as the 1st class in the relevant section of the show.
c. No other sponsor may be involved in qualifying classes. d. Shows must ensure that the qualifiers are held strictly in accordance with the relevant rules. e. Shows may charge an entrance fee for each qualifying class. The ISA will award a rosette to the successful Qualifiers on appearance at the Final.
f. No show hosting a Championship Final may hold a qualifier for that Championship on the day of the Final other than by agreement with the Irish Shows Association. However shows who hold qualifiers for Horses, Ponies and Cattle may ask exhibitors to enter the exhibit in at least one other class at their show on the day. g. Animals qualified for Finals are not eligible to enter in any other class at the Show where the Final is held other than a Qualifying Class for another competition. h. Shows should appoint competent, well briefed persons to act as Stewards, who must ensure that only animals (or other exhibits) which are eligible to compete and those whose documentation is in order, are allowed to proceed to the judging ring.
i. Animal passports & “Micro Chips where applicable” should be read by a Veterinary Surgeon appointed by the show. j. On completion of judging, Stewards should instruct the successful competitors to attend at the Show Secretary’s office within one hour, and to complete the necessary documentation for entry to the championship final. k. The show must appoint a well briefed officer who will be in attendance at the secretary’s office, and who will assist exhibitors to complete the necessary documentation for participation in the final and to collect the relevant entrance fee.
Show Secretaries must forward completed result cards, together with appropriate fees to the Irish Shows Association within three (3) days following the holding of the show. NB: Shows must return result card marked “No Competition” for any or all of the events for which no animal (or exhibit) has been selected. D. RESPONSIBILITY OF EXHIBITORS a. Exhibitors accept that the Judges decision is final in all cases. Any abuse of Judges will not be tolerated. Where a dispute or case for complaint arises, the matter should only be dealt with under f. below.
b. Winners of Qualifiers are themselves responsible for entering their animals (or exhibits) for the final in accordance with j. and k. abo.ve, within one hour of qualifying. c. Winners of qualifiers will compete in the final. d. The Irish Shows Association in conjunction with the sponsor reserve the right to alter or amend the rules of any competition as may be necessary or appropriate. e. Shows and competitors must contact the National Irish Shows Office for details of any championships and not the sponsor involved.
f. Objections must be lodged in writing with the ISA representative at the show or the show secretary within half an hour following the completion of the judging, together with a fee of €50, or other stated fee, which is refundable in the event of the objection being upheld.
g. Any Exhibitor who makes a false declaration or misrepresents a fact regarding themselves or their exhibit is liable to disqualification and or forfeiture of any prizes awarded. E. RESPONSIBILITY OF SHOWS HOSTING CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS a. A deduction of 5% of the prize money is to be collected by the show and forwarded to the Irish Shows Association within 30 days of the final.
b. Championship finals should start not later than 2pm on the day of the show and the advertised time of starting must be adhered to as far as practicable. If necessary other show classes should be either postponed or relocated to allow for this. NOTICES OF INTEREST TO CHAMPIONSHIP PARTICIPANTS IRISH LAW (EU DIRECTIVE) Under Irish Law all horses moving from one location to another must be accompanied by their passports. It is in your own interest to ensure that this is the case. Failure to do so is an offence under Irish Law and is liable on summary conviction to result in a fine up to €3,000.
All passports must be registered with the name of the current owner.
Embryo Transfer: Where a foal is produced by this method the dams passport must bear a declaration dated, stamped and signed by the stallion owner (or accredited practitioner where AI is involved) stating the date on which the dam was last covered (or inseminated) and the name of the covering stallion. The owners of Champions and Reserve Champions are invited to submit the animals’ passports to the ISA head office where the placing will be endorsed and officially stamped with the seal of the Irish Shows Association as a permanent record.
7 It is in the interest of shows hosting championship Finals that photograph’s and results are forwarded to the Irish Farmers Journal immediately following judging.
Shows who hold qualifiers for Livestock may request exhibitors to enter the exhibit in at least one other class at their show on the day” Important Notice to Animal Owners. The Irish Shows Association would advise all Animal owners who have their Animals Insured to have the Insurance Cover extended to cover them while showing animals at shows. We understand that it costs very little or nothing at all dependant on who you have the Insurance cover with.
The reason for us giving you this advice is that if your animal were to lash out and injure someone or damage someone’s property, and it is established that your animal was out of your control at that time, you may be held responsible or partly responsible for any injury or damages caused, and could end up paying all, or part of any settlement reached. DISCIPLINE The Irish Shows Association expects and will insist upon appropriate behaviour from all Exhibitors and others participating in any of the activities at our Member Shows and will not tolerate inappropriate behaviour.
Inappropriate behaviour shall include but not be limited to the following: Profanity, coarse or vulgar language or gestures towards judges, exhibitors or other Show Officials Harassment or bullying, including using words or actions that threaten, intimidate or undermine judges or other officials before, during or following Member Show activities Failure to follow rules and/or obey instructions Abusing any animal Disciplinary Procedures: Complaints of misconduct against an Exhibitor or other participant at a Member Show shall be investigated and adjudicated upon by a subcommittee appointed by the Irish Shows Association.
The said subcommittee shall consist of three members of the board of the Irish Shows Association and shall be known as the Disciplinary Committee. The Disciplinary Committee shall seek to ensure the existence of consistent, effective, fair and transparent complaint procedures and shall act in accordance with natural and constitutional justice. More information can be found on IrishShows.org
8 Power’s Quarry 34th Ridden Registered Connemara Performance Pony Championship Final Kindly sponsored by Powers Quarry, Killola, Rosscahill, Co. Galway & Galway Irish Crystal Rules for Powers Quarry 2018 1. Qualifying rounds will be held at designated shows. 2. Ponies 4 years old and over are eligible. 3. More than one pony in each qualifying class may be selected to compete in the final provided the judges agree that the standard is high enough and may qualify a second pony. 4. Judge of the day must sign the qualifying entry form (s) 5. Pony and / or Rider once qualified are not eligible to participate in subsequent qualifiers in the same category.
This rule may be waived by the Show Committee in exceptional circumstances e.g. sale of a pony or injury of rider prior to final. Permission from the Oughterard Show Committee must be granted prior to any previously qualified pony or rider competing in subsequent qualifying rounds. Failure to do so will result in the entry not being accepted.
6. On completion of judging at qualifiers the successful qualifier will be given all relevant entry documentation by the ring steward. This must be completed and returned, along with the appropriate fee, to the secretary of Oughterard Show within 7 days - this rule will be strictly adhered to. 7. Ponies must be registered in a main Connemara Studbook. The Passport of each pony must be presented prior to judging at the qualifying show and on the day of the final. 8. The rider must be 16 years and over on 01/01/2018.
9. Jumping over rustic/ natural fences will be part of the qualifying rounds and final.
Qualifying rounds require a minimum of 4 fences. Jumps at qualifiers should not exceed 90cm in height and 90cm in width. Entrants from shows who do not adhere to this rule will not be accepted. 10. The Final requires a minimum of 5 fences which will include a double. Fences must not exceed 1m in height and 1m in width. 11. Ponies to be ridden in a Plain Snaffle, Pelham or Double Bridle. Boots are allowed for the jumping phase only, and must be removed prior to the in-hand or Flat Sections. A running martingale is permitted in qualifiers and in the Final but spurs are prohibited. The same tack must be used in both phases.
12. A performance judge must be used at qualifying shows. 13. Ponies will be judged on type, confirmation, jumping technique, way of going and action in-hand. 14. Random Dope testing may be carried out on the day of the final. 15. Any objection must be lodged in writing with the show secretary within half an hour following the completion of the competition, together with €50 which is refundable if the objection is upheld. 16. Oughterard Show Committee, in consultation with the sponsor, reserves the right to amend the rules as may be deemed necessary.
It is strongly advised by the Oughterard Show Society that all competitors should wear a .
body protector. * Qualifying Rosettes will be presented at the Final
9 Entry Fee to Final: €25 Prizes: 1st €600, 2nd €400, 3rd €200, 4th €150, 5th €100, 6th €50 All finalists will receive a rosette on appearance in the final. Supreme Champion: The Cannonball Cup will be presented to the Supreme Champion. A Trophy will be presented to the breeder of the Supreme Champion. Marking: Phase 1 – Jumping 5 fences (one is a double) marked 0-10 for each fence. Points will also be awarded for way of going 0- 20 Penalties 1st Refusal: -5 2nd Refusal: -10 3rd Refusal: Elimination Each Fence Knocked: -10 Phase 2 – Flat-Ridden and In-Hand Flat-Ridden will include a short free-style show incorporating walk, trot, canter, change of rein and gallop and will be judged as follows: Pony’s Manners and Performance: 0-10 Rider’s ability: 0-10 Overall Impression: 0-10 In-Hand will be judged as follows: Confirmation: 0-10 Type: 0-5 Movement: 0-10 Note: In the event of a tie at the conclusion of judging, the combination awarded the highest points in Phase 1 will be deemed the winner.
If there is still a tie, the combination with the highest points in Phase 2 Flat Ridden will be deemed the winner.
www.oughterardshow.com Email: email@example.com Qualifying Shows 2018: 13th MayNewbridge College 24th June – Athlone Show 27th May - Athenry Show 7th July – North East Conn Pony Breeders Slane 2nd June - Ballyconneely Perform Pony 8th July – Mullingar Agri Show 10th June – Claregalway Show 12th July – Bannow & Rathangan Show 10th June – Ballinalee Show 14th July – Ardrahan Show 10th June – Clonakilty Show 15th July – Loughrea Show 16/17 June – Galway County Show 6th Aug - Tinahely, Co. Wicklow 16/17 June – Cork Summer Show 12th Aug – Moycullen Show 24th June – Charleville Show
10 Boat Inn Western Region Irish Draught Foal Championship Prize Fund €1,150 plus Galway Irish Crystal Kindly Sponsored by The Boat Inn, The Square, Oughterard, Co.
Galway and Galway Irish Crystal RULES AND CONDITIONS 1. This Championship is confined to Irish Draught Foals, the progeny of a Class 1 (R.I.D.) Irish Draught Mare and an Irish Draught Stallion that is classified as Class 1 (ID C1) in the Irish Draught Horse Studbook. 2. The competition is open to either colt or filly foals. 3. Dams passports must be produced at qualifying shows and at the final. Foals passports / stallion owners covering certs must be produced at final. 4. Foals must be led at all times.
5. One qualifier per show or two qualifiers if the standard is high enough at the judge’s discretion. 6. On completion of judging, stewards must inform the successful competitor to visit the secretary’s office at the qualifying show within one hour and complete the necessary documentation for entry to the final. Note it is the responsibility of the exhibitor to make sure his/her foal is entered for the final. 7. Show Secretaries must forward the completed result cards, together with appropriate fee to the Oughterard Show secretary within 5 days of holding the qualifying class. 8. The Oughterard Show in consultation with the sponsor reserve the right to amend the rules as may be necessary.
It is envisaged that this competition will continue to give a new impetus to Irish Draught breeding and encourage farmers to produce quality Irish Draught stock on western farms. Entry Fee to Final: €20.00 PRIZE FUND: €1,150 Prizes: 1st €375, Cup & Galway Crystal Vase, 2nd €225, 3rd €170, 4th €100, 5th €75 & 6th €50. All other finalists will also receive a piece of Galway Crystal. A prize will be presented for Combination of Best Turned out Foal and most Suitably Dressed Handler.
Qualifying Shows 2018: 27th May – Athenry Show 21st July - Sligo County Agricultural Show 10th June – Claregalway Show 29th July – Ballinrobe Show 24th June - Athlone Agricultural Show 6th Aug - Cloone Show Co.
Leitrim 30th June – Finn Valley Agri Show 6th Aug – Bonniconlon Show 8th July - Mullingar Agricultural Show 11th Aug - Gort & District Show 14th July – Ardrahan Show 19th Aug – Ballyshannon Show 15th July – Loughrea Show 19th Aug – Mohill Agricultural Show
11 PONIES SECTION Ring 1 IN-HAND PONIES Judging commences at 8.45 am Please note starting time which will be strictly adhered to. All classes run in numerical order. Enquires to Chief Steward: Anne Marie Tierney 087 2270951 Prize Money: €195 (except where stated) 1st €100, 2nd €50, 3rd €25, 4th €20 Entry Fee: €15.00 CLASS 1: YEARLING COLT progeny of Reg. Connemara Mare & Reg. Connemara Stallion. CLASS 2: YEARLING FILLY progeny of Reg. Connemara Mare & Reg. Connemara Stallion.
CLASS 3: 2 YEAR OLD REG CONNEMARA PONY COLT progeny of Reg. Connemara & Reg. Connemara Stallion. CLASS 4: 2 YEAR OLD REG.
CONNEMARA PONY FILLY progeny of Reg. Connemara Mare & Reg. Connemara Stallion. CLASS 5: 3 YEAR OLD REG. CONNEMARA PONY COLT progeny of Reg. Connemara Mare & Reg. Connemara Stallion. CLASS 6: 3 YEAR OLD REG. CONNEMARA PONY FILLY progeny of Reg. Connemara Mare & Reg. Connemara Stallion. JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP Prize Fund €150 (Open to 1st & 2nd Prize Winners from Classes 1-6) CLASS 7: 4 YEAR OLD REG. CONNEMARA PONY MARE - if mare has foaled, foal must be shown.
CLASS 8: 5 AND 6 YEAR OLD REG. CONNEMARA PONY MARE WITHOUT FOAL AT FOOT. CLASS 9: 7 TO 10 YEAR OLD REG. CONNEMARA PONY MARE WITHOUT FOAL AT FOOT. CLASS 10: REG CONNEMARA PONY STALLION The Canavan Trophy. Prize Fund €400. Confined Section: BEST STALLION RESIDENT IN CONNEMARA
12 CLASS 11: THE “SMALLER TYPE” REG. CONNEMARA PONY MARE. Rules & Conditions: I. Ponies 3 years old and upwards are eligible II. Height on registration certificate must not exceed 13.2’ (138cms) III. Ponies will be measured on the day and must not exceed 13.2’ IV. Entry Fee Non-Refundable CLASS 12: REG CONNEMARA PONY MARE with or without foal at foot and owned by a resident of the Oughterard parish.
CLASS 13: REG CONNEMARA PONY BAY MARE 2 year old and over (with black points, black mane and tail) CLASS 14: REG CONNEMARA PONY MARE with foal at foot (5-10 yrs) CLASS 15: REG CONNEMARA PONY MARE with or without foal at foot (11-19 yrs) CLASS 16: REG CONNEMARA PONY MARE with or without foal at foot (20 yrs & over) N.B. REG PAPERS MUST BE PRESENTED BEFORE JUDGING COMMENCES. CHAMPION PONY OF SHOW Prize Fund €200 (Open to 1st & 2nd Prize Winners of Classes 7-16 & Winner of Junior Championship) NB: FOAL CLASSES TAKE PLACE IN RING 2 AFTER LUNCH FOLLOWING CHAMPION HORSE OF THE SHOW
13 HORSE SECTION Ring 2: Judging commences at 10.00 a.m. Enquiries to Chief Steward: David Devane: 086 0879726 Prize Money: €250 per class as follows 1st €110, 2nd €75, 3rd €45, 4th €20 except where stated Entry Fee: €15.00 First & Second Prize winners are encouraged to participate in the Champion Horse of the Show Please note: Foals must be shown with mares in appropriate classes. All foals to be led at all times. ALL ENTRIES OF THIS SECTION MUST HAVE IDENTIFICATION CERTIFICATES AND PASSPORTS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION.
Judging starts promptly at 10.00 a.m. CLASS 17: REG IRISH DRAUGHT MARE (OPEN) 4 yrs old or over.
Reg. Number must be stated on entry forms and owners must produce passports on show day. Prize Fund: €350 with a prize awarded to the highest placed 4 year old mare. CLASS 18: The Irish Shows Association and Oughterard Show Society present the qualifier for the Irish Draught Filly Foal Championship. The Final to be held at Ballinasloe Show Sunday 23rd September 2018. Entry Fee to qualifying Show €10, Final €20. For rules and conditions, please see Irish Shows Association 2018 yearbook or visit www.irishshows.org CLASS 19: IRISH DRAUGHT FOAL PROGENY OF RID MARE & RID STALLION passport & Reg No must be produced for inspection.
Winner to qualify for Western Region Reg Irish Draught Foal C’hip.
CLASS 20: REGISTERED BROOD MARE 4 YEARS OLD AND OVER. Registered with the IHR. Reg. Number must be stated on entry forms and owners must produce passports on show day. RID Mares excluded. CLASS 21: The Irish Shows Association and Oughterard Show Society present the Qualifier for the Traditional Irish Sport Horse Foal All Ireland Championship The Final to be held at Mountbellew Show Saturday 15th September 2018. Entry Fee to qualifying Show €10 and Final €20. For rules and conditions, please see Irish Shows Association 2018 yearbook or visit www.irishshows.org CLASS 22: FOAL - FILLY OR COLT NON THOROUGHBRED.
CLASS 23: MARE & FOAL UNIT for mares registered with the IHR. Reg. Number must be stated and owners must produce passports on show day. R.I.D mares and foal eligible. Each mare and foal will be judged as a unit, 50/50.
14 CHAMPION HORSE OF THE SHOW (Open to 1st & 2nd Prize Winners of Classes 17- 23 with the exception of qualifiers) PRIZE FUND €225 CONNEMARA FOALS RING 2: Prize Money: €195 1st €100, 2nd €50, 3rd €25, 4th €20 Entry Fee: €15.00 CLASS 27: COLT FOAL from Reg. Connemara Pony Mare & Reg. Connemara Pony Stallion. CLASS 28: FILLY FOAL from Reg.
Connemara Pony Mare & Reg. Connemara Pony Stallion. CLASS 29: BEST FILLY / COLT FOAL from Reg. Connemara Pony Mare & Reg. Connemara Pony Stallion, bred and owned by a resident of the Oughterard, Killannin & Moycullen parishes.
CHAMPION FOAL OF SHOW (Open to 1st & 2nd prize winners of Classes 27, 28 & 29 Prizes in kind) WESTERN REGION IRISH DRAUGHT FOAL CHAMPIONSHIP Kindly Sponsored By: The Boat Inn Oughterard and Galway Crystal Starts at 3.00
15 PERFORMANCE SECTION RING 3 Judging commences at 9.00 a.m. Enquiries to Chief Steward: Nicholas Byrne 087 9134788 Prize Money: €100 per class except where stated. 1st €50, 2nd €30, 3rd €20 Entry Fee: €10.00 Non IPS members pay daily insurance at a charge of €5 with the first entry. This is payable with entries, if entering classes 42, 43, 44, 45 All Stallions must be ridden by riders who have attained their 16th birthday on 01/01/2018.
CLASS 40: RIDDEN REGISTERED CONNEMARA PONY. Rider under 16 on 01/01/18 Confined Section: Kathleen Maloney Plaque to be presented to the highest placed local rider in the parishes of Oughterard, Killannin, & Moycullen. CLASS 41: RIDDEN REGISTERED CONNEMARA PONY Rider over 16 on the 01/01/18 CLASS 42: OPEN SHOW HUNTER NOT EXCEEDING 133cms. To be ridden by a rider under 14 years on 01/01/18 CLASS 43: OPEN SHOW HUNTER NOT EXCEEDING 143cms. To be ridden by a rider under 17 years on 01/01/18 CLASS 44: OPEN SHOW HUNTER NOT EXCEEDING 153cms. To be ridden by a rider under 20 years on 01/01/18 CLASS 45: RIDDEN PONY MARES OR GELDINGS 4 YEARS OLD or over ANY BREED Confined to parishes of Oughterard, Killannin, & Moycullen **Classes 42, 43 & 44 may be amalgamated if insufficient entries and judged on merit** CLASS 46: REGISTERED CONNEMARA GELDING 4 YEARS OR OVER.
SHOWN IN HAND Handlers under 16 years old must wear recommended helmet. CLASS 47: OPEN LEAD REIN CLASS FOR PONY MARE OR GELDING NOT EXCEEDING 123cms. Rider under 8 years on the 01/01/18. Prizes in kind.
16 CLASS 48: YOUNG HANDLERS CLASS FOR REGISTERED CONNEMARA PONY TO BE LED BY PERSONS UNDER 16 YEARS ON 01/01/2018. Handlers must wear the appropriate dress, including the recommended headgear. Mares with foal at foot are not permitted to enter this Class. NO ENTRY FEE. Prizes in kind. CLASS 49: YOUNG HANDLERS CLASS FOR PONY MARES OR GELDINGS ANY BREED 4 YEARS OLD AND OVER, TO BE LED BY PERSONS UNDER 12 YEARS ON 01/01/18.
Handlers must wear the appropriate dress, including recommended headgear. NO ENTRY FEE. Prizes in kind RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP OF SHOW CHAMPION SASH & PRIZES IN KIND RESERVE CHAMPION SASH & PRIZES IN KIND (Open to 1st & 2nd Prize Winners of Classes 40, 41 & 42 – 45) Power’s Quarry 34th International Ridden Registered Connemara Performance Pony Championship Final Starting at 2.00pm All ponies must be presented for Passport Inspection at 12.30 P.M. Failure to do so will result in disqualification from the Final. Announcements will be made as to where and when the inspections will take place. Riders’ birth certificates must also be available for inspection.
17 DONKEY SECTION Enquiries to Chief Steward: John McQuinn - 087 3642861 Entry Fee: €5 Prize Money: 1st €50, 2nd €30, 3rd €20 Judging will commence at 4.00 pm. (in the Cattle Ring) CLASS 51: FEMALE DONKEY with or without foal. CLASS 52: DONKEY FOAL born after 01/01/18 CLASS 53: MALE DONKEY 1 year old or older. CHAMPION DONKEY OF SHOW. Prize: Plaque & Sash (Open to winners of Classes 51, 52 and 53) DONKEY DERBY (Weather Permitting @ 5.30pm) Prize Fund: €100
18 CATTLE SECTION DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FOOD and the MARINE AN ROINN TALMHAIOCHTA, BIA agus MARA SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS – CATTLE Keepers wishing to show cattle in 2018 must obtain a Certificate of Compliance prior to the movement of the animal to the Show.
This ensures that the animal (s) in question has the necessary TB, BR and BVD tests recorded on the Department’s database and that the keeper presenting the animal is not restricted by the Department. Certificates of Compliance can be obtained online from the Animal Identification and Movement (AIM) system through the www.agfood.ie facility or from the Cattle Movement Notification Agency. When applying for a Certificate of Compliance, keepers should not specify a destination herd.
On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary along with the bovine passport for the animal. The Keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the Movement Notification section of the Certificate which will then be sent to the local DVO for recording onto the AIM System. Please note that only cattle for which a valid Certificate of Compliance is provided to the Show Secretary will be allowed to be shown on the day of the Show. ALL IDENTITY CARDS WILL BE INSPECTED ON ENTRY TO SHOW GROUNDS ALL PEDIGREE CERTS WILL BE INSPECTED ON ENTRY TO SHOW GROUNDS Enquiries to Chief Steward: Kevin O’Connor 087 1259482 Prize Money: €200 in ALL CLASSES 1st €100, 2nd €60, 3rd €40 Entry Fee: €10.00 All owners must produce Identification cards and comply with Department of Agriculture rules on exhibiting cattle.
1st Prize winners of each class are not eligible for any other class other than the Championship. Entry numbers can be collected from 10.00 a.m. Judging commences at 11.30 am
19 CLASS 100: Best Heifer Any Breed Showing No Permanent Teeth CLASS 101: Best Bullock Any Breed Not Showing More Than Two Permanent Teeth. CLASS 102: Ideal Suckler Cow with Calf Born After 01/01/2018. Confined To Connemara (Calf Must Be The Natural Offspring Of The Cow And Bred By The Exhibitor. No Embryo Transfer Calves Allowed In Confined Classes). CLASS 103: Male Calf Any Breed Born After 01/01/2018.
Confined To Connemara. (Exhibitor Must Be Breeder) (No Embryo Transfer Calves Allowed in Confined Classes) CLASS 104: Female Calf Any Breed Born After 01/01/2018 – Confined To Connemara. (Exhibitor Must Be Breeder) (No Embryo Transfer Calves Allowed in Confined classes) CLASS 105: Male Calf Any Breed Born After 01/01/2018 CLASS 106: Female Calf Any Breed Born After 01/01/2018 CLASS 107: Ideal Suckler Type Heifer Born After 01 March 2016 PEDIGREE SECTION CLASS 108: Best Pedigree Bull Calf Any Breed Born After 01/09/2017 CLASS 109: Best Pedigree Heifer Calf Any Breed Born After 01/09/2017 CLASS 110: Best Pedigree Bull Any Breed Any Age.
OVERALL COMMERCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP OVERALL PEDIGREE CHAMPIONSHIP
20 SHEEP SECTION DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD – AN ROINN TALMHAIOCHTA AGUS BIA Identification All sheep must be identified individually with appropriate ear tags issued in accordance with the requirements of the National Sheep Identification System (NSIS). Movement Documentation All consignments of sheep being moved must be accompanied by a completed dispatch document. Individual details of each sheep in the consignment must be recorded on the document. Only sheep from non-restricted flocks can be moved to shows. In the case of flocks restricted following diagnosis of scrapie, only sheep possessing the ARR/ARR genotype may be exhibited.
The movement of these ARR/ARR genotype sheep must be accompanied by the relevant movement permit (SCR/10), which can be obtained from the local District Veterinary Office in the County where the flock is located.
Flock Register All movements of sheep to and from shows must be recorded in the keeper’s flock register. Exports to Northern Ireland All sheep must be accompanied by a traces intra trade certificate for ovine animals. A traces message, corresponding with the traces certificate, will be sent for each animal or consignment being dispatched to the show (this will be performed by Department officials of the DVO). Exhibitors are advised to contact the show society at the destination well in advance of any show to determine the suitability of the show for return of animals (eg. premises and sheep status), and whether the authorities will have officials and veterinary staff present to supervise and process documentation for animals returning to origin.
Agreement for the movement and immediate return of sheep to a show in another country or vice versa currently only applies for movements between Ireland and Northern Ireland - it does not apply for movements to Great Britain or further afield. Movements to shows in countries other than Northern Ireland, will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis and you should contact your local District Veterinary Office at least one month prior to the show Attendance of sheep from scrapie monitored flocks at show and sales in 2017: Shows between 1st May and 31st October.
Sheep from scrapie monitored flocks will be permitted to attend Agricultural Shows taking place between 1st May and 31st October, without restriction or separation from other categories of sheep.
21 Enquiries to Chief Steward: John Murray 086 8243792 Prize Money: 1st €45 2nd €25 3rd €15 Entry Fee: €5 All Sheep MUST be penned by 10.30am Judging starts at 11.00am NOTE: Numbers must be clearly displayed by exhibitors BLUE LEICESTER SECTION CLASS 150: Blue Leicester Ram – any age CLASS 151: Pair Mule Ewe Lambs BEST BLUE LEICESTER OF SECTION WICKLOW CHEVIOT SECTION CLASS 152: Wicklow Cheviot Ram – any age CLASS 153: Wicklow Cheviot Ewe - any age CLASS 154: Pair of Wicklow Cheviot Ewe Lambs BEST CHEVIOT OF SECTION TEXEL SECTION CLASS 155: Texel Ram - any age - Purebred CLASS 156: Texel Ewe - any age - Purebred CLASS 157: Texel Lamb BEST TEXEL OF SECTION COMMERCIAL SECTION CLASS 158: Crossbred Ewe – any age CLASS 159: Crossbred Ewe Lamb from Blackface Mountain Ewe & Cheviot Ram CLASS 160: Crossbred Ewe Lamb other than above CLASS 161: Best Sheep any breed not previously classed CLASS 162: Butchers Lamb over 45kg CLASS 163: Factory Lamb under 45kg CLASS 164: Connemara/Mayo Light Hill Mountain Blackface Wether Lamb CLASS 165: Connemara/Mayo Hill Blackface Wether, Shearling & upwards BEST COMMERCIAL OF SECTION ANY CONFINED ENTRIES ARE ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE IN OPEN CLASSES PROVIDED THEY ARE ENTERED IN BOTH
22 LANARK SECTION CLASS 166: Pair of Lanark Type Ewe Lambs CLASS 167: Lanark Ram – any age BEST LANARK OF SECTION CONNEMARA/MAYO MOUNTAIN BLACKFACE TYPE SECTION CLASS 168: Mountain Blackface Ewe 2 years and over - confined to Connemara CLASS 169: Mountain Blackface Ewe 2 years and over CLASS 170: Mountain Blackface Ewe Shearling - confined to Connemara CLASS 171: Mountain Blackface Ewe Shearling. CLASS 172: Mountain Blackface Ewe Lamb - confined to Connemara. CLASS 173: Mountain Blackface Ewe Lamb CLASS 174: Mountain Blackface Ram Shearling – confined to Connemara CLASS 175: Mountain Blackface Ram Shearling CLASS 176: Mountain Blackface Ram Lamb CLASS 177: Mountain Blackface Ram 2 years and over CLASS 178: Pen of 3 Mountain Blackface Ewe Lambs – Just off the hill – confined to Connemara CLASS 179: Mountain Blackface Ewe any age with own lamb at footJust off the hill – confined to Connemara BEST MOUNTAIN BLACKFACE OF THE SECTION Will also receive The Kieran Keane Memorial Cup CLASS 180: Young Handler under 14 years.
(Emphasis on presentation and all aspects of correct preparation and showing of livestock. Exhibitor will be asked to answer questions and show a good general knowledge of the breed) NOTE: All sheep must be tagged & dispatch documents handed in & stamped. SUPREME CHAMPION OF SHOW Chosen from winners of each section Rosette & Thomas Welby Perpetual Challenge Trophy Working Sheep Dog Demonstration By Eamon Egan
23 DOG SECTION Enquiries to: Show Office -086 1517289 Entries will be taken on Show day from 12.00 noon at Dog Section. Entry Fee: €5.00 Judging commences at 1.30p.m sharp. PRIZES: Rosettes, Plaques and Special Prizes Dog Food sponsored by Mackle Petfoods (a family Company for family pets) Crystal sponsored by Galway Irish Crystal NOTE: There will be 2 judging rings in operation on the day All dogs must be on a lead and vaccinated. CLASSES 250 & 251: THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & OUGHTERARD SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT QUALIFIER FOR THE GAIN DOG FOOD ALL IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP Sponsored by: GAIN FOODS Prize Fund: € 500.
RULES AND CONDITIONS: 1. Toy or miniature dog any breed to be handled by a child under 15 years. CLASS 250 2. Large dog any breed to be handled by teenager or adult. CLASS 251 3. One dog from each class to qualify.
4. Dogs in final not eligible to compete in other classes at Clonaslee Show. 5. These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association rules. ENTRY FEE: To Qualifying Show € 3.00 To Final € 6.00 Prizes: 1st € 100; 2nd € 50; 3rd € 30; 4th € 20 (in each class). A Trophy will be presented to the overall Champion Dog. Gain Dog Food Product will be presented to each finalist. FINAL AT CLONASLEE SHOW - SUNDAY 9th SEPTEMBER 2018
24 CLASS 252: THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION AND OUGHTERARD SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT THE QUALIFIER FOR THE The All Ireland Gun Dog Championship Sponsored by: Tireragh Gun Club, Cecil Whiteside & Beltra Show Society Prize Fund: €400 RULES AND CONDITIONS: 1.
Gun dog, any variety – dog / bitch 2. Dogs must be handled by person over 16. 3. Dogs in final not eligible to compete in other classes at Beltra Show These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules. Entry Fee: To Qualifying Show €3. To Final €6.
PRIZES: 1st : €150, 2nd : €100, 3rd : €75, 4th : €50, 5th : €25 Perpetual Cup to 1st prize Winner Final at Beltra Show – Saturday 1st September 2018 GUN DOG GROUP CLASS 254: Retrievers: Labradors, Golden etc. CLASS 255: Spaniels: Cocker, English Springer & Irish Water etc CLASS 256: Pointers & Setters: German Short haired Pointer, Irish Setter etc TERRIER GROUP CLASS 257: Jack Russell. CLASS 258: Recognised Breed: Irish, Cairn, Airedale, West Highland, Glen of Imaal, Fox Terrier, etc CLASS 259: Terrier Cross Breed HOUNDS GROUP CLASS 260: Greyhound, Whippet, Otter Hound, Irish Wolf Hound, Afghan, Basset Hound, Dachshund etc.
PUPPY GROUP CLASS 261: Any variety (Puppies must be vaccinated). “Puppies will not be judged if under 6 months”.
25 TOY GROUP CLASS 262: Cavalier King Charles, Yorkshire Terrier, Poms, Pugs, Pekinese etc UTILITY GROUP CLASS 263: Boston terrier, Dalmatian, Poodle, Chow Chow, Bull Dog, Shih Tzu etc WORKING GROUP CLASS 264: German Shepherd, Great Dane, Bull Mastiff, Rottweiler, Dobermann CLASS 265: Boxer, Schnauzer, St Bernard, Akita, Husky etc. PASTORAL GROUP CLASS 266: Border Collie, CLASS 267: Rough Collie, Shetland Sheepdog, CLASS 268: Any other variety eg.
Old English sheepdog, Corgi, Pyrenean Mountain dog, etc. NOVELTY GROUP CLASS 269: Dog handled by a child under 8 years of age. (emphasis will be on handling) CLASS 270: Dog handled by child between 8 and 13 yrs (emphasis will be on handling) CLASS 271: Veteran Dogs aged 8 years and over.
CLASS 272: Dog I would like to take home. CLASS 273: Re-homed dogs (all breeds). BEST IN SHOW & RESERVE (Winners of Class 250, 251, 252, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273 not eligible)
26 DOMESTIC ARTS SECTION EXHIBITS ARE LOCATED IN THE COMMUNITY CENTRE, OUGHTERARD Enquiries to Chief Steward: Regina O’Toole 087 6302719 Contact between 18:00 and 20:00 Entry Fee: €3.00 Prize Money: 1st - €15, 2nd - €12, 3rd - €8, except for light, rich, boiled and porter cake classes where prize money is 1st - €20, 2nd - €15, 3rd - €10. Entry Fees: Teen Talent Classes is €2.00 per class &Children’s corner is €2.00 per class.
Prize money for Teen Talent and Children’s Corner: see relevant sections RULES & REGULATIONS: To be read in conjunction with Show Regulations 1. All exhibits must be bona fide property of exhibitor and in the Home Craft classes, must have been made by the exhibitor and not previously exhibited at the Oughterard Show. In the produce classes, exhibits must have been produced in the exhibitor's farm or garden. 2. Entries will not be accepted on the day nor will change of entries be allowed on the day. 3. Exhibitors must satisfy themselves that their exhibits are in correct classes and bear correct number before judging commences.
4. Market Gardeners shall not be eligible for garden produce classes. 5. Factories shall not be eligible for home crafts section. 6. Bakeries shall not be eligible for cookery classes. 7. Registered members of Professional Associations may not exhibit in their areas of registration. 8. Exhibits must not be removed before 4pm without permission from the Chief Steward. Entries will not be accepted on the day nor will change of entries be allowed on the day. 9. The judges are empowered to withhold prizes in classes in which there is not sufficient competition or merit.
10. The judges’ decisions as to the merit in all classes shall be final.
Any objections should be lodged in writing with the secretary within 30 minutes following the completion of the competition, with a fee of €50, which will be returned if the objection is upheld - €50 per person per objection. 11. **1 Entry per person per class ****Not previously exhibited at the Oughterard Show
27 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR SECTIONS 13 AND 14 12. As Sections 13 and 14 have age restrictions, named entrants must be of the chosen age group. 13. Teen Talent and Children’s Corner Prizes will be given out at 4.30pm Sunday 27th August. ENTRIES CLOSE ON FRI 17th AUG. NO LATE ENTRIES SECTION 1 FARM PRODUCE CLASS 301 6 sods of Turf (Hand Won) CLASS 302 Machine Turf - 6 Sods SECTION 2 GARDEN PRODUCE - VEGETABLES CLASS 303 Potatoes - Records (5 potatoes) CLASS 304 Potatoes - Kerr Pinks (5 potatoes) CLASS 305 Potatoes - Roosters (5 potatoes) CLASS 306 Potatoes - Any other variety (5 potatoes), correctly named CLASS 307 Potatoes - (3) Named variety, table quality, boiled in jackets CLASS 308 Onions - Sets (5) Commercial Quality CLASS 309 Onions - Sets (3) Biggest Onion.
Uniform in size CLASS 310 Shallots - (5) CLASS 311 Salad Onions (Set of 6) CLASS 312 Parsnips - (3) CLASS 313 Carrots - Red long CLASS 314 Garden Peas - (10) pods CLASS 315 Beet Root - (3) CLASS 316 Lettuce - (3) Heads, same variety, correctly named CLASS 317 Garden Cabbage - (1) Head, any variety correctly named CLASS 318 Garden Turnip - Swede CLASS 319 Vegetable Marrow CLASS 320 Selection of Organic Vegetables in a container SECTION 3 GARDEN PRODUCE - FRUIT CLASS 321 Rhubarb - (6) Sticks CLASS 322 Apples (Cooking) - 3 of any variety CLASS 323 Apples (Dessert) - Any variety, dish of 5 CLASS 324 Tomatoes - Dish of 5 CLASS 325 Pears, 5 of any variety
28 SECTION 4 FLOWERS N.B. Exhibits exceeding the stated sizes will be eliminated CLASS 327 Flowering Pot Plant - Pot not more than 250mm in diameter CLASS 328 Window box or small container not more than 250mm in diameter CLASS 329 Flowering Shrub - One stem in vase. Stem 450mm minimum height CLASS 330 Dahlias - Cactus 3 blooms CLASS 331 Dahlias - other than the above, 3 blooms, one/more varieties CLASS 332 Rose/Floribunda - any variety, 1 stem only CLASS 333 Rose/Hybrid/T - 3 specimen blooms CLASS 334 Rose of the Show - Single Bloom CLASS 335 Garden Flowers - one stem only CLASS 336 Selection of Cottage Garden Flowers CLASS 337 Vase of Sweet Pea SECTION 5 FLOWER ARRANGING N.B.
Exhibits exceeding the stated sizes will be eliminated CLASS 338 Foliage Only Arrangement -Space allowed not more than 600mm CLASS 339 Autumn Glory - a flower arrangement along with any other material eg fruit, foliage, moss, cones, twigs etc. Space allowed not more than 600mm CLASS 341 Bunch of Wild Flowers & Foliage in a Vase (No Garden Escapes) CLASS 342 Arrangement with a candle - Space allowed not more than 450mm CLASS 343 Arrangement with 5 of the same Blooms with Foliage - Space allowed 600mm CLASS 344 Arrangement or a Miniature Arrangement.
Space allowed not more than 100mm (4 inch) SECTION 6 COOKERY Please note the cakes will be cut by the judges in order for the exhibit to be judges fairly CLASS 345 Soda Bread - White CLASS 346 Soda Bread - Wholemeal CLASS 347 Tea Bread - eg Ginger, Date, Banana, and Tea Brack CLASS 348 6 Wholemeal Scones CLASS 349 6 Scones - other than wholemeal CLASS 350 Light Fruit Cake
29 CLASS 351 Madeira cake CLASS 353 Rich Fruit Cake CLASS 354 Cheese Cake CLASS 355 Boiled Fruit Cake CLASS 356 Sandwich - Jam CLASS 357 Sandwich - Any Flavour, Decorated CLASS 358 Porter Cake CLASS 359 Apple Tart CLASS 360 Fruit Tart CLASS 361 Gluten-free cakes SECTION 7 BUTTER CLASS 363 Homemade Butter SECTION 8 JAMS & CHUTNEY CLASS 365 Fruit Jelly-Main fruit named (eg.
Apple, Red Currant or Blackberry) CLASS 366 Blackcurrant Jam CLASS 367 Gooseberry jam CLASS 368 Marmalade CLASS 369 Strawberry Jam CLASS 370 Raspberry Jams CLASS 371 Blackberry jam CLASS 372 Rhubarb jam CLASS 373 Chutney (Main Fruit named) SECTION 9 EGGS (Displayed on a plate or in egg box Space allowed 300mmx300mm) CLASS 374 6 New Laid Brown or White Hen Eggs CLASS 375 6 New Laid Duck Eggs SECTION 10 HOMECRAFTS not previously exhibited at the Oughterard Show CLASS 376 Hand Knitted Article; Cardigan, Jumper, Gloves, Socks etc. CLASS 378 Hand Knitted Article; eg, toy, decorative item (not clothing) CLASS 380 Crochet in Cotton or Wool