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Saturday 2.30pm:
Official Opening & Grand Parade
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Livestock Judging

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Cattle
Judging Starts
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Junior Beef Cattle
9.30am Friday
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Dairy Cattle
9.00am Saturday
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Stud Beef Cattle
9.00am Saturday
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Prime Cattle
10.00am Friday
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Horses
Judging Starts
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Registered Australian Stock Horses
Ring 1: 8am Friday
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Campdraft Program
7am Friday
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Breed Led Classes
Ring 1 & 2: 7.30am Saturday
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Dressage
10.00am - 1.00pm Saturday

Pavilion Exhibits

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Check out the Exhibits

• Farm & Garden Produce
• Fruit
• Jams, Jellies, Preserves etc.
• Cooking & Food
• Flowers & Plants
• Fine Arts
• Handicrafts
• Photography
• Wine & Spirits

Food

Luncheon Pavilion
(Top of hill)
Morning & Afternoon Teas, Lunch & Dinner
Tea & Coffee, Sandwiches, Cold Drinks, Pies, Hotdogs etc.
Available all day while show is open.

Please support the Gloucester Show Society Ladies Auxiliary.

BBQ Pit
Steak Sandwiches, Meat Pattie Sandwiches, Egg & Bacon Rolls, Cold Drinks etc.

Bar
Refreshments available at the Bar.
(Functions Licence held).

Outdoor Activities

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Lots to See

• Woodchopping
• Tractor Show
• Market Stalls
• Sideshow Alley
• Children's Rides

Demolition Derby

Give it a go!

Enquiries to 02 6558 2468.

Note that preference will be given to local (Postcode 2422) people.
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Tractor Pull

Gloucester A H & P Association Inaugral Tractor Pull

Tractor Pulling is known as “the world’s heaviest motorsport.” The goal of tractor pulling is to determine the strongest machine and the best driver. Different to every other motorsport in the world, it is not about the speed, but distance pulled.

Tractor pulling is a competitive motor sport in which farm tractors drag a metal sled along a prescribed course. The sled contains a box filled with weight that is mechanically winched forward as the sled progresses along the course.

Pulling this ever-increasing load eventually causes the vehicle to lose forward momentum and torque, although a rare few might indeed reach the end of the course, known as a “full pull.” The distance from start to finish is measured and the tractor that pulls the sled the farthest distance is declared the winner. If more than one competitor reaches the full pull mark, a pull-off with increased sled weight is held to determine a winner.

Tractor pulling is a sport based on horsepower and torque, which means that the gears must be selected to generate as much power as possible. The Gloucester inaugural Tractor Pull has Classes that have been based on the Manufacturer's Horse Power Specification. In addition, Classes have been divided into two Categories, Two-Wheel Drive, and Four-Wheel drive including tractors with Front-Wheel Assist.

Refer to the Tractor Pull Rules here, and if you wish to participate, the Entry Form can be found here.

Completed Entry Forms should be returned to Redman's Earthmoving, 16 Kendall Street, Gloucester.
Enquiries call Mark on 0427 582 513.

Bull Ride

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To enter Bull Ride call Mick Schultz on 0428 695 418

Woodchop

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Entries close 24 March - to Aaron Lee 0403 573 381 or Michelle Kellett 6657 3310 - mmkellett@bigpond.com

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