What to See and Do
Classes are held from the smallest horticultural garden tractor, where ploughmen walk behind up to the latest modern tractor. The vintage tractors are all manufactured pre 1959 and the classes are always very popular. There is also a good selection of static vintage tractors and machinery on display.
Horse Ploughing and Working Horse show an excellent display of old traditional horse ploughing, these gentle giants in their full display harness and also the big heavy horse in their own show ring.
Beef and Dairy
See both beef and dairy breeds in their showrings, then watch the Grand Parade held in the Main Ring mid afternoon, a traditional procession of all livestock winners.
Horse and Pony
Horse and Pony Classes – 6 rings are used for horse classes, classes include working hunter (horse & ponies), show hunter ponies, Mountain & Moorland, Colours, Cobs, Family, Veteran, Racehorse, Side Saddle, Showjumping, Hunter classes and Riding for the disabled.
The show has over 100 quality tradestands following the rural tradition, where you can buy everything from the largest farming equipment and garden plants to the latest in country clothing and childrens toys.
Commercial and non commercial produce
Classes are held for commercial, non commercial vegetables and root crops. One class that always attracts a competitive spirit is the heaviest pumpkin.
Horticultural and Domestic Produce
Horticultural and Domestic Produce marquee displays a range of home grown and homemade produce. Classes include handicraft, home cooking, art, photography, floral art, preserves and the ever popular children’s section.
The farmers market is a recent addition to the show and has become a popular area, with locally grown and produced food.
The society has 87 trophies which are presented on the show day to classes with the Ploughing, Cattle, Sheep, Ladies horticultural, children’s, horses, agricultural produce.