DUE to the recent dry spell there will be no prime beef classes at this year’s Gloucester Show.
Schedules for the 100th show are now available from Gooch Agencies, Channell’s Newsagency, Norco Rural, Gloucester Rural Supplies, Gloucester Health Foods, Gloucester Nursery and the website.
There are some additional classes and competitions as well as those in the schedules.
A novelty dog show will be held shortly after the grand parade.
The show will take walk up entries on the day in the ring.
Dogs may enter more than one class.
The cost is $1 entry per class.
Entrants are reminded that the show finishes with fireworks so people may wish to take their dogs home at the end of show. Pass outs are available.
Prizes will be awarded in the following classes: most unusual, most appealing, most obedient, best groomed, with child under 12 years as handler, fancy dress and simple agility.
A colouring-in competition will be held as part of the celebrations.
Age groups include pre-school children and students from kindergarten to year 2 and year’s 3 to 6.
Entries can be lodged at Gloucester Health Foods or the Gloucester Advocate before Friday, March 21.
Colouring sheets are available from Gooch Agencies, Channell’s Newsagency, Gloucester Health Foods, Gloucester Rural Supplies, Norco Rural Supplies and Gloucester Nursery as well as the website www.gloucestershow.org.au