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Section C - Dairy Cattle.

TROPHY FOR CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS AND SOCIETY’S ROSETTE. SOCIETY’S CHAMPION RIBBON FOR BULL AND COW IN EACH BREED.  SOCIETY’S RESERVE CHAMPION RIBBON FOR BULL AND COW IN EACH BREED.

ENTRY FEE:   $6.00 all Classes (except Class 20 – $1.00).

JUDGING:  Commences at 9.00am sharp.

PRIZES:   1st – $10.00, 2nd  – $5.00 only paid if more than two in Class.

ENTRIES CLOSE:   28th February 2023.

CHIEF STEWARD:      Mr Neville Latimer – 0408 142 378

EXHIBITOR PASSES: See Regulation 2.

NOTE:   No exhibit is to be shown in more than one Class, except for Special Classes or Groups.

GRAND PARADE:   Exhibitors are requested to take part in the Grand Parade in accordance with Rule 17 and shall parade in such order as directed by the Officials in charge.

BREED – CATTLE

ILLAWARRA

AYRSHIRE

GUERNSEY

HOLSTEIN FRESIAN

JERSEY

 

CLASS:

1. HEIFER born between 1st July 2020 and 30th December 2020

2. HEIFER born between 1st January 2020 and 30th June 2020

3. COW born between 1st July 2019 and 30th June 2020

4. COW born between 1st July 2018 and 30th June 2019

5. COW born prior to 1st July 2018

6. BEST UDDER AND ATTACHMENT

7.DRY HEIFER born between 1st July 2020 and 30th June 2021

8.DRY COW born prior to 1st July 2018

 

CHAMPION COW TO BE DRAWN FROM CLASSES 4, 5, 7 and 8.

INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION TO BE DRAWN FROM CLASSES 1, 2 AND 3.

9. HEIFER born between 1st July 2021 and 31st December 2021

10. HEIFER born between 1st January 2022 and 30th June 2022

11. HEIFER born between 1st July 2022 and 31st December 2022

 

JUNIOR CHAMPION HEIFER DRAWN FROM CLASSES 9, 10 & 11

12. GROUP – 1 Male, 2 Females

13. BULL born after 1st July 2021

 

JUNIOR CHAMPION BULL FROM CLASS 12

 

OTHER SPECIAL PRIZES: – HOLSTEIN FRESIAN

  1. BEST UDDER AND ATTACHMENT – A. STUDLEY MEMORIAL (1ST – $20.00, 2ND $10.00)
  2. JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE (2 YEARS AND UNDER DRY) 

 

DAIRY CATTLE – INTERBREED

ENTRY FEE:  $6.00 – CLASSES 13 TO 18 Incl JUDGING:  11.00A.M.

CLASS:

14. CHAMPION COW

15. EST UDDER & ATTACHMENT 

16. BEST PAIR FEMALES IN MILK  

17. HEIFER IN MILK born between 1st July 2019 and 30th June 2020

18. HEIFER born between 1st July 2020 and 30th June 2021

19. BEST JUNIOR PAIR OF FEMALES born between 1st July 2021 and 30th June 2022

Best Maintained Stall & Team    VOUCHER – TO BE ADVISED

 

JUVENILE CLASS    UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE ON SHOW DAY    $1.00 ENTRY FEE

 

20. ATR ACCOUNTING CALF REARING COMPETITION.  Entries may be pure breed or grade calves born 1st July 2022 onwards – actual age must be stated.  Awards will be made primarily on general husbandry and stockmanship.

1st – $30.00,  2nd – $15.00, 3rd – $15.00  (all trophies donated by ATR ACCOUNTING)

JERSEY RISING STAR CLASS

  1. Handler is to be under 18 on the date of the show
  2. Calf is to be under 12 months on the date of the show
  3. Calf is not necessarily owned by the handler
  4. 1st place calf to be photographed within one month of the show date
  5. Competition will run for one year, each year starting July 1st through to June 30th the following year
  6. All Photographs are to be forwarded to Jersey Australia within 6months of the show date, or before August 1st, whichever occurs first.
  7. A panel of 3 judges will judge the photographs
  8. Winner will be announced in the September/October Jersey Journal

DAIRY CATTLE HANDLERS

NOTE:   THIS COMPETITION WILL BE JUDGED ON FRIDAY EVENING 17th March 2023
commencing at 6.30p.m. sharp.

CLASS : ENTRY FEE :  $6.00

 

30.   UNDER 8 YEARS – ANIMALS UNDER 2 YEARS.

31.    9 YEARS TO 12 YEARS    ANIMALS UNDER 2 YEARS.

32.   13 YEARS TO 14 YEARS – ANIMALS UNDER 2 YEARS.

33.   15 YEARS TO 16 YEARS – ANIMALS UNDER 2 YEARS.

34.   17 YEARS TO 25 YEARS – ANIMALS UNDER 2 YEARS.

Class 30 – 34 : 

CHAMPION HANDLER AND RUNNER- UP DRAWN FROM CLASSES 30 TO 34 INCL

The Champion Handler is qualified to enter the State Final.

 

NLIS IDENTIFICATION:  Exhibitors will have all cattle NLIS identified prior to animals entering the Showground. 

 

SPECIAL NOTE:   Exhibitors are requested to have their Public Liability Insurance Policies ENDORED to cover stock whilst being transported to and from the Showground and whilst within the boundaries of the Wynyard Showground.

NO PERSON WILL BE ALLOWED TO REMOVE AN EXHIBIT FROM THE SHOWGROUND BEFORE 3PM ON THE SATURDAY  

ALL ELECTRICIAL CORDS AND APPLICANCES MUST BE TESTED AND TAGGED. (Regulation 4.)

SECRETARY –  Chris Stunden, PO Box 303, WYNYARD TAS 7325

Mobile:  0438 249 865, Email: wynyardshow@gmail.com

REGULATIONS

1. -Reserved-

2. Tickets may be purchased online.  No one, whether in charge of exhibits or otherwise, will be admitted without a ticket.  A free voucher to purchase one ticket online will be issued to an exhibitor with three animals and two free vouchers with seven or more animals exhibited.  For horses see horse schedule.

3. All exhibits must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor.

4. All electrical cords and appliances must be tagged.

5. The age of horses shall date from August 1 in each year and, for cattle, from July 1 in each year.

6. Exhibitors must give where required, the correct date of birth of each animal entered.

7. ALL CALVES attached to cows shall NOT exceed the age of nine months and the date of birth shall be shown on the Entry Forms.

8. All entries must be made on the correct Entry Form and lodged with the Secretary, on or before the closing date stated on the Schedule.

9. Professionals cannot enter Section J: other Sections open to all.

10. All implements, vehicles and machinery MUST be placed in the Showground before 8.30am on the day of the show.

11. Admission to pavilion for collection of Industrial Exhibits is by Special Pass ONLY (for protection of your exhibits) and ONLY after 4.00pm.

12. The Judges, upon entering the Showgrounds, shall proceed to the office of the Secretary.   Accompanied by the Stewards for the particular Section or Class etc, they shall proceed to examine and decide upon the merits of the exhibits. Their inspection finished, they shall sign and give their reports to the Secretary, and their awards shall be final, unless a valid objection be raised against the prize takers in their respective classes.

13. In the event of the Judge considering that any of the Exhibitors have not complied with the conditions of the Show, the same may be disqualified. Judges are empowered to withhold the prize in any Class if the exhibit is deemed unworthy.

14. All protests must be lodged in writing to the Secretary on Show Day, within one half hour of the event or prior to 5.00pm. 

Protests MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A $10.00 DEPOSIT.

15. Protests, disputes or other matters arising at the Showground shall by dealt with be the Protest Committee forthwith. Should the protest be deemed frivolous, the deposit lodged shall be forfeited.

16. All horses must be ready to parade at 2.15pm and entrants must be ready to commence jumping at 8.30am.

17. The GRAND PARADE shall commence at 2.15pm. Exhibitors shall parade in such order as shall be directed by the officials in charge. No person will be allowed to remove an exhibit from the Showground before 3.00pm on Saturday without the consent of the Secretary and the appropriate Chief Steward. If exhibits are otherwise removed then any prize money awarded may be forfeited to the Society

18. The Society reserves the right to substitute trophies or vouchers in lieu of cash prizes listed in the Schedules, provided that such trophy or voucher be of equal value to the prize offered. Trophies and vouchers shall be shown in the Schedules, as far as is possible.

19. All animals are to comply with Breed registration conditions and Breed Assoc. rules. All certificates issued ARE TO ACCOMPANY ANIMALS TO THE SHOW and MUST be produced on demand. All animals MUST be NLIS identified in accordance with DPI regulations. Failure to comply will result in the animal(s) being disqualified forthwith.

20. Where an animal is entered in the name of a school or a student of that school, the entry form MUST show the name of the owner of such animal. This regulation is not applicable to Handlers Classes.

21 JOHNNE’S DISEASE or other contagious diseases: The Society and its Insurers accept NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER for any cattle or sheep which might be a source of infection or contagion to other cattle/sheep  entries.

22. The Committee reserves the right to restrict the number of entries per exhibitor, should the demand for space warrant it. Any such restrictions will be advised on close of entries.

23. In the event of any exhibit causing any damage or injury whatsoever, the owner/exhibitor or the person having control thereof, shall indemnify the Society and its Insurers against damages, injuries, costs, expense or liabilities incurred in connection with the same.

24. These Regulations, together with the conditions printed in the appropriate schedule and the certificates signed by the owner/exhibitor on the completed entry form, are the basis of an exhibitor’s entry into competition at the Wynyard Show and, as such are an agreement between the exhibitor and the Society as to the terms of entry and competition at the Wynyard Show.

25. EQUINE INFLUENZA: The Society and its Insurers accept NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER for any horse or horses which may be a source of infection or contagion to any other animal nor for any illness which may occur to any horse or horses attending the Wynyard Show. Each and all riders/competitors/owners INDEMNIFIES the Society, its agents and its Insurers against any liability in relation to any horse which becomes infected with Equine Influenza virus whilst within the confines of the Frederick St Complex and/or the Wynyard Showground, whether competing or not.

Entry Form - SECTION C - DAIRY CATTLE

REGULATIONS

1. -Reserved-

2. Tickets may be purchased online.  No one, whether in charge of exhibits or otherwise, will be admitted without a ticket.  A free voucher to purchase one ticket online will be issued to an exhibitor with three animals and two free vouchers with seven or more animals exhibited.  For horses see horse schedule.

3. All exhibits must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor.

4. All electrical cords and appliances must be tagged.

5. The age of horses shall date from August 1 in each year and, for cattle, from July 1 in each year.

6. Exhibitors must give where required, the correct date of birth of each animal entered.

7. ALL CALVES attached to cows shall NOT exceed the age of nine months and the date of birth shall be shown on the Entry Forms.

8. All entries must be made on the correct Entry Form and lodged with the Secretary, on or before the closing date stated on the Schedule.

9. Professionals cannot enter Section J: other Sections open to all.

10. All implements, vehicles and machinery MUST be placed in the Showground before 8.30am on the day of the show.

11. Admission to pavilion for collection of Industrial Exhibits is by Special Pass ONLY (for protection of your exhibits) and ONLY after 4.00pm.

12. The Judges, upon entering the Showgrounds, shall proceed to the office of the Secretary.   Accompanied by the Stewards for the particular Section or Class etc, they shall proceed to examine and decide upon the merits of the exhibits. Their inspection finished, they shall sign and give their reports to the Secretary, and their awards shall be final, unless a valid objection be raised against the prize takers in their respective classes.

13. In the event of the Judge considering that any of the Exhibitors have not complied with the conditions of the Show, the same may be disqualified. Judges are empowered to withhold the prize in any Class if the exhibit is deemed unworthy.

14. All protests must be lodged in writing to the Secretary on Show Day, within one half hour of the event or prior to 5.00pm. 

Protests MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A $10.00 DEPOSIT.

15. Protests, disputes or other matters arising at the Showground shall by dealt with be the Protest Committee forthwith. Should the protest be deemed frivolous, the deposit lodged shall be forfeited.

16. All horses must be ready to parade at 2.15pm and entrants must be ready to commence jumping at 8.30am.

17. The GRAND PARADE shall commence at 2.15pm. Exhibitors shall parade in such order as shall be directed by the officials in charge. No person will be allowed to remove an exhibit from the Showground before 3.00pm on Saturday without the consent of the Secretary and the appropriate Chief Steward. If exhibits are otherwise removed then any prize money awarded may be forfeited to the Society.

18. The Society reserves the right to substitute trophies or vouchers in lieu of cash prizes listed in the Schedules, provided that such trophy or voucher be of equal value to the prize offered. Trophies and vouchers shall be shown in the Schedules, as far as is possible.

19. All animals are to comply with Breed registration conditions and Breed Assoc. rules. All certificates issued ARE TO ACCOMPANY ANIMALS TO THE SHOW and MUST be produced on demand. All animals MUST be NLIS identified in accordance with DPI regulations. Failure to comply will result in the animal(s) being disqualified forthwith.

20. Where an animal is entered in the name of a school or a student of that school, the entry form MUST show the name of the owner of such animal. This regulation is not applicable to Handlers Classes.

21 JOHNNE’S DISEASE or other contagious diseases: The Society and its Insurers accept NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER for any cattle or sheep which might be a source of infection or contagion to other cattle/sheep  entries.

22. The Committee reserves the right to restrict the number of entries per exhibitor, should the demand for space warrant it. Any such restrictions will be advised on close of entries.

23. In the event of any exhibit causing any damage or injury whatsoever, the owner/exhibitor or the person having control thereof, shall indemnify the Society and its Insurers against damages, injuries, costs, expense or liabilities incurred in connection with the same.

24. These Regulations, together with the conditions printed in the appropriate schedule and the certificates signed by the owner/exhibitor on the completed entry form, are the basis of an exhibitor’s entry into competition at the Wynyard Show and, as such are an agreement between the exhibitor and the Society as to the terms of entry and competition at the Wynyard Show.

25. EQUINE INFLUENZA: The Society and its Insurers accept NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER for any horse or horses which may be a source of infection or contagion to any other animal nor for any illness which may occur to any horse or horses attending the Wynyard Show. Each and all riders/competitors/owners INDEMNIFIES the Society, its agents and its Insurers against any liability in relation to any horse which becomes infected with Equine Influenza virus whilst within the confines of the Frederick St Complex and/or the Wynyard Showground, whether competing or not