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STATE HIGHWAY ONE – WARKWORTH

148TH ANNUAL SHOW

GENERAL SCHEDULE
SATURDAY 24TH & SUNDAY 25TH
JANUARY 2015
Secretary: Mrs Marjorie Blythen – Phone/Fax 09-422-2052

Email: warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz
Schedules available online at
www.warkworthaandpshow.com , www.ras.org.nz
and www.showdayonline.com

WARKWORTH A & P L IFESTYLE SHOW
CELEBRATING 148 YEARS
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24 AND 25 JANUARY 2015
The Warkworth Agricultural & Pastoral Society has a long history being one of the five oldest societies
in NZ. The show was established in 1867 and has been held annually except for one year during
World War 2. The Central Government of the day granted the Show Society its present site complete
with the Title and it was gazetted to us officially in 1884.
The Show Society is run under the umbrella of national Royal Agricultural Society of NZ and works
under all its Rules and Regulations as do all A & P Shows within NZ. Show Societies have tried to
retain their rural concept but have also had to widen their displays to include modern technology and
its methods, this is most obvious in the current Trade Displays. With the large number of smallholdings particularly within our boundaries we have also moved to include more of the new interest
livestock such as goats, alpacas and various new breeds of cattle& sheep.
The Equestrian scene is a much bigger and more defined area with many more people being involved
in the wider area of showing, from miniature horses to mounted games and classes for all ages both
in Ridden and In-Hand sections. This will be on both Saturday and Sunday
In the Rodeo Arena the Warkworth Ranch Horse Club will be running competitions and
demonstrations of trail, reining and cattle events.
The large marquee will hold the Indoor Section of Produce, Flowers, Art and Crafts, Preserves Baking
and Floral Art – these will be judged as usual on the Friday.
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Live entertainment in this area will be supplied by the Country Bluegrass Band known as “Otherwise
Fine”, Warkworth/Wellsford Pipes & Drums, The Grand Duo plus buskers and acrobats entertaining
around the grounds. Show Day would not be complete without the Puhoi Axemen Club who again
have a crowd pulling entertainment programme, Dog Trials, Shearing and the usual sideshows and
entertainment.
Fire Safety Display
The Big Crocodile
Mega Water Slide – bring your togs and towels!
Donkeys and Mules Display
Obstacle Course
Mini Cars
Doug the Digger
Warkworth Museum Display
Merry-go-rounds
4 in 1 Bungy Trampoline
The Haven Park Petting Zoo with a multitude of animals for Children.
Times FM Radio Face Painting and competitions whilst broadcasting from the show on Saturday
morning.
The “Village Market” which was new last year and a great success, will be selling a variety of home
made items plus stalls with arts and crafts.
There will also be the Show Queen – Princess – Fairy and Pirate competitions which will be judged
during the lunchtime.
Trade Displays are, again, looking good with a number of new exhibitors joining the ranks and
everything from cars to collectables will be on sale and display.
The BAYLEYS GUIDE DOG AUCTION will be held at 2.00pm during the afternoon and you can visit
their tent during the day and place your price on the large number of donated goods supplied by local
businesses to support this wonderful cause.
Our own local Greg and Mandy will again be entertaining the public with EWE RACING and Sheep
Shearing Displays (and you can have a go).
The hospitality marquee will be run by the Matakana Pub and will be serving tastings of local wines
and beers along with food.
EFTPOS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN A TENT BY THE MAIN MARQUEE.

2015 Show Day Timetable
Guest Compere & Judge - TE RADAR
8.30.a.m
9.00.a.m
9.00.a.m.
9.30.a.m
9.30.a.m
9.30.a.m
10.00.a.m
10.00.a.m
10.30.a.m
10.30.a.m
11.30.a.m

11.30.a.m
11.30.a.m
12.30.p.m

Dog Trials
Competition starts for Equestrian Section
Young Generation Calf Club Competitions
Judging of Beef & Dairy Cattle Section
Judging Alpacas & Dairy Goat Section
Trade & Cottage Industry Open
Indoor Section opens for viewing
Shearing Competitions start
Sheep’n Show Sheep Racing
Young Handler Competition at the conclusion of the Dairy Section
Registrations taken at the main stage for Show Queen – 11 years & over Senior
Show Princess -8-10 years, Jnr Show Princess 5-7 years – Pirates –under 14yrs at
show day
Dancers & Cheer-leaders demonstrations
GRAND NATIONAL SHEEPLECHASE
Judging for Show Queen, Princesses, Fairies and Pirates.

1.30.p.m.

All-Breeds Cattle Judging,

1.45.p.m.

Equestrian Judging continues
Dancers – Cheer –Leaders

2.00.p.m

BAYLEYS LIVE CHARITY AUCTION for GUIDE DOGS.

LUNCH BREAK

ALL DAY ENTERTAINMENT
Marionette’s Puppet Show
Bayleys Real Estate Silent Auction
Trade Displays
Live Music
Sheep Shearing
Young Handlers Competition
Ranch Horse Events – Reining – Drafting
Produce and Cottage Markets
Cheer Leaders – Dancers
Rabbits
Side Shows
Clown on Stage
Fire Safety Display

Doug the Digger
Woodchopping
Local Wine and Beer Hospitality Bar
Alpaca – Cattle – Dairy – Goats
Sheep Dog Trials
Warkworth & Wellsford Pipes and Drums
Equestrian Competition – Events
Petting Zoo – Pony Rides
Home Craft competitions
Giant Water Slide
Buskers
Donkey& Mule Display

Alpaca
Warkworth A & P Lifestyle Show
Saturday 24th January 2015
Convenor: Kerry & Donna Tannion
Ph: 09-431-9141
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Entries close on: Tuesday 6 January 2015 – Entry form on the back page
Judge: Diane Marks
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Breed Judging: Saturday, 24 January 2015
All Alpacas to be penned by 9 am - Judging to commence 9.30 am
Entry fee: $15 per animal. No charge for special classes
Prize Ribbons awarded
The Huacaya section will be run as a Short Fleece Competition. i.e. All alpacas must have a
maximum fleece length of 60mm and a minimum recommended fleece length of 30mm
This show is run under the Rules and Regulations of AANZ
Conditions of Entry:
1.
All animals must belong to a clear TB herd where whole herd testing is performed in
accordance with the AANZ voluntary TB scheme.
Copies of current TB certificates to be enclosed with entry forms.
2.
All alpacas entered in Championship Classes must be registered with the IAR and
carry a brass ear tag displaying its corresponding IAR number.
3.
The exhibitor is the owner(s) listed on the alpaca’s registration certificate.
In the case of a registered lease, the lessee is deemed the owner.
4.
The age of the alpaca is its age on the day of the show.
5.
All exhibitors or handlers must place their animals in the pens allotted by the Convenor.
Placement of animals in ‘trade pens’ will only be done with the permission of the Chief
Steward.
6.
No animal shall be removed from the show prior to the vote of thanks being made to the judge
and stewards (following the non-competition classes) without the permission of the Chief
Steward.

Each exhibitor must supervise and control their animals at all times and shall be liable for
any hazards created or accident / illness or damage caused by the action of themselves or
their animals at the show grounds.
Exhibitors must comply with the appropriate animal legislation and the Health and Safety in
Employment Act 1992.
No person is permitted in any judging ring without express permission of the head steward
of that ring. Only persons directly responsible for an exhibit are permitted in the marshalling
area.

Standard Age - Suri Alpaca
8001

Junior Female Suri 6 months & under
12 months – White

8023

Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24
months – Grey & Roan

8024

Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24
months – Black

8002

Junior Female Suri 6months & under
12 months - Light Fawn

8003

Junior Female Suri 6 months & under
12 months - Mid/Dark Fawn

8004

Junior Female Suri 6 months & under
12 months - Brown

8025

Senior Female Suri 24 months & over
– White

8005

Junior Female Suri 6 months & under
12 months – Grey & Roan

8026

Senior Female Suri 24 months & over
- Light Fawn

8006

Junior Female Suri 6 months & under
12 months – Black

8027

Senior Female Suri 24 months & over
- Mid/Dark Fawn

8007

Junior Male Suri 6 months & under 12
months – White

8028

Senior Female Suri 24 months & over
- Brown

8008

Junior Male Suri 6 months & under 12
months - Light Fawn

8029

Senior Female Suri 24 months & over
– Grey & Roan

8009

Junior Male Suri 6 months & under 12
months - Mid/Dark Fawn

8030

Senior Female Suri 24 months & over
– Black

8010

Junior Male Suri 6 months & under 12
months - Brown

8031

Senior Male Suri 24 months & over –
White

8011

Junior Male Suri 6 months & under 12
months –Grey & Roan

8032

Senior Male Suri 24 months 7 over Light Fawn

8012

Junior Male Suri 6 months & under 12
months –Black

8033

Senior Male Suri 24 months & over Mid/Dark Fawn

8034

Senior Male Suri 24 months & over Brown

8035

Senior Male Suri 24 months & over Grey & Roan

8036

Senior Male Suri 24 months & over –
Black

Champion & Reserve Champion - Intermediate
Suri

Champion & Reserve Champion - Junior Suri
8013

Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
24 months – White

8014

Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
24 months - Light Fawn

8015

Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
24 months - Mid/Dark Fawn

8016

Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
24 months - Brown

8017

Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
24 months – Grey & Roan

Champion & Reserve Champion Senior Suri
SUPREME CHAMPION SURI
Note:
If there are sufficient entries separate champion
and reserve champion ribbons will be awarded
for male and female

8018

Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
24 months – Black

8019

Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24
months – White

8020

Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24
months - Light Fawn

8037

8021

Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24
months - Mid/Dark Fawn

8038

8022

Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24
months -Brown

Special Classes – Wethers & Fancies
Wether Suri - 6 months and over, may be
unregistered, must not be entire
Wether Huacaya - 6 months & over may
be unregistered, must not be entire
(The above two classes may be further split
into age groups should entries permit)

8039

8040

Fancy Suri – 6 months & over – this
class is for entire males/females, must
be registered
Fancy Huacaya – 6 months & over – this
class is for entire males/females, must
be registered
(The above two classes may be further
split into age groups/sex should entries
permit)

Standard Age - Huacaya Alpacas
8041

Junior Female Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months – White

8060

Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months – Light Fawn

8061

Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months - Mid/Dark Fawn

8062

Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months - Brown

8063

Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months – Grey & Roan

8064

Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months – Black

Champion & Reserve Champion Intermediate
Huacaya

8042

Junior Female Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months – Light Fawn

8043

Junior Female Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months - Mid/Dark Fawn

8065

Senior Female Huacaya 24 months &
over – White

8044

Junior Female Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months - Brown

8066

Senior Female Huacaya 24 months 7
over - Light Fawn

8045

Junior Female Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months - Grey & Roan

8067

Senior Female Huacaya 24 months &
over - Mid/Dark Fawn

8046

Junior Female Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months – Black

8068

Senior Female Huacaya 24 months &
over - Brown

8047

Junior Male Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months – White

8069

Senior Female Huacaya 24 months &
over - Grey & Roan

8048

Junior Female Huacaya 6 months 7
under 12 months - Light Fawn

8070

Senior Female Huacaya 24 months &
over – Black

8049

Junior Male Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months - Mid/Dark Fawn

8071

Senior Male Huacaya 24 months &
over – White

8050

Junior Male Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months - Brown

8072

Senior Male Huacaya 24 months &
over - Light Fawn

8051

Junior Male Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months - Grey & Roan

8073

8052

Junior Male Huacaya 6 months &
under 12 months – Black

8074

Senior Male Huacaya 24 months &
over - Mid/Dark Fawn
Senior Male Huacaya 24 months &
over - Brown

8075

Senior Male Huacaya 24 months &
over - Grey & Roan

8076

Senior Male Huacaya 24 months &
over – Black

Champion & Reserve Champion Junior Huacaya
8053

Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months – White

8054

Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 7
under 24 months - Light Fawn

8055

Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months - Mid/Dark Fawn

8056

Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months - Brown

8057

Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months – Grey & Roan

8058

Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months – Black

8059

Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
under 24 months – White

Champion & Reserve Champion Senior Huacaya

SUPREME CHAMPION HUACAYA
WATERS EDGE
TROPHY FOR
SUPREME
CHAMPION
HUACAYA

Note:
If there are sufficient entries separate champion
and reserve ribbons will be awarded for male and
female.
Special Classes continued
8077
Get of Dam - Huacaya - This class is for
the exhibiting of the progeny from the
same dam. The dam is not shown.
Progeny are shown in groups of two and
can be of mixed sex, age and colour but
must have been shown in their
respective Championship Classes at the
same Show.
This class is to be entered on the day
of the show - the entry fee, Dam’s
name and the names of his progeny
are to be registered with the Chief
Steward before the commencement of
the judging of the Special Classes
8078

The following classes will be held
during the lunch break.
8081

8082

8083

8084

Get of Dam -Suri (Details as above)
8085

8079

8080

Sires Progeny - Huacaya - This class is
for the exhibiting of progeny from the
same Sire.
The sire is not shown. Progeny are
shown in groups of two and can be of
mixed sex, age and colour but must have
been shown in their respective
Championship classes at the same
show. Progeny can be owned by
different exhibitors.
This class is to be entered on the day
of the show - the entry fee, Sire’s
name and the names of his progeny
are to be registered with the Chief
Steward before the commencement of
the judging of the Special Classes
Sires Progeny - Suri (Details as above)

Child Handler (5 - 10 Years Inclusive) To be judged on handling ability
and knowledge
Junior handler - (11 - 16 years
inclusive) - To be judged on handling
ability and knowledge
Adult handler – (for new or prospective
owners who have had little or no
exposure to
alpacas) - To be
judged on handling ability and
knowledge
Junior Performance – (15 years and
under) This class is judged on the junior
handler’s ability to manoeuvre their
Alpaca around a course of obstacles in
order to demonstrate his/her ability to
understand and follow instructions and
relate to and control his/her alpaca.
Adult Pet Performance – (16 years and
over) This class is judged on the adult
handler’s ability to manoeuvre their
Alpaca around a course of obstacles in
order to demonstrate his/her ability to
understand and follow instructions and
relate to and control his/her alpaca.

MOST SUCCESSFUL BREEDER AWARDS
The breeder, in each category below, with the most
points gained during the show will win a ‘Most
Successful Breeder Award’ which will be awarded at
the end of the show.
Category
SMALL BREEDER – less than 10 breeding females
MEDIUM BREEDER – 10 - 40 breeding females
LARGE BREEDER – more than 40 breeding females
A breeding female is classified as more than 1 year
old. Please add to your entry form the number of
breeding females in your herd.
Points will be awarded for Championship classes as
follows:Champion 10 Pts
Reserve Champion 5 pts
1st 3 pts
2nd 2 pts
3rd 1 pt.

CATTLE SECTION
GENERAL NOTES CATTLE SECTION
Conditions of Entry
1. Entries will be taken up to and including show day.
2. All registered animals may enter in all classes, but they must enter their Breed Classes
prior to Interbreed Classes.
3. All entries must be named or if not yet entered in their respective Herd Registers must be
identified by ear tags irrespective of age, breed, class.
4. All E.T. calves must be identified as such on the entry form.
5. Animals may be stalled on the Friday night prior to the show, but are the owner's
responsibility.
6. A Breed ring constitutes a minimum of two exhibitors and 10 head of cattle, otherwise
stock will automatically be entered in the Other Breeds Ring.
7. The Committee reserves the right to alter amend or cancel any class up to judging time on
show day.
8. The Warkworth A & P Lifestyle Show has the right to substitute Product made available by
Sponsors in any one class in lieu of cash prizes.
9. Judging will be conducted under the Rules & Regulations of the Royal Agricultural Society
of N.Z.
10. A cow with calf/calves at foot will be judged as one unit in all group classes.
LEGAL LIABILITY – THE SOCIETY'S POLICY DOES NOT COVER COMPETITORS AND
EXHIBITORS
Each exhibitor must supervise and control their animals at all times and shall be liable for any
hazard created, or accident, illness or damage caused by the action of themselves or their animals
at the showgrounds.
Exhibitors must comply with the appropriate Animal Legislation and Health & Safety in Employment
Act 1992.No person is permitted in any judging ring without express permission from the Head
Steward of that ring. Only persons directly responsible are permitted in the marshalling area.
TUBERCULOSIS TESTING – (there are now two documents required, T.B. Test document
(appropriate for your area – i.e movement control )is to accompany the entry forms, and a T.B.
transit document must accompany the animal on show day.
For animals from herds which are under movement restrictions imposed by an Official Directive or
Restricted Place Notice issued by the Animal Health Board – the following applies:
That no cattle from a movement control herd be exhibited at A & P Shows.
For animals from Declared Movement Control Areas –
All Show animals over the age of 90 days are to be tested, and have a clear test, within 60 days
prior to being moved to the show.
For animals from C10 status herds in Surveillance areas (e.g Northland) –
No test is required but a clearly dated test allocation form or other documentation from the Animal
Health Board must be submitted that shows that the herd is not overdue for a whole herd test.
For animals from all other herds and areas  If the herd has a C3 status or better, no test is required PROVIDED the last whole herd test
was within 12 months prior to the show.
 If the whole herd test was not within 12 months of the show, then show cattle over one
year old MUST have a clear test within the current show season.
 If the herd has a status of 1 or C2, THEN show cattle over one year old MUST have a clear
test within the current Show season.

BEEF CATTLE SECTION
START TIME 10.A.M
ALL BREEDS WILL FOLLOW AFTER LUNCH AFTER THE JUNIOR HANDLER CLASSES
ENTRY FEES FOR ALL CLASSES – UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE
Members $6
Non Members $8
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1 prize $50.00
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2 prize $25.00
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3 prize $10.00
Conditions
Please read all Rules & Conditions for Dairy & Beef Section Exhibitors –
This includes T B Rules
1. All cattle must be registered with their respective breed societies and that breed must
be affiliated to the Royal Agricultural Society of NZ.
2. If a female has a calf at foot, it may accompany her in the ring.
3. All registered cattle must have station number visible and listed on entry form.
4. All cattle must tie up and be led for judging.

HIGHLAND SECTION
HEREFORD SECTION
Class 239 Cow 3 years or over with own
calf/calves at foot

A VALID RAS HIGHLAND PASSPORT MUST
ACCOMPANY HIGHLAND CATTLE ENTRIES
INTO RAS CLASSES

Calf/calves to be born on or after 1st June

Class 240 Heifer 2 years with or without
calf/calves at foot

Class 249 Cow 3 years & over with or without
calf/calves at foot

Calf/calves to be born on or after 1st June

Calf/calves to be born on or after 1st June

Class 241 Heifer yearling
Class 242 Heifer calf

Class 250 Heifer 2 years & over with or without
calf/calves at foot
Calf/calves to be born on or after 1st June

Champion Hereford Female
Reserve Champion Hereford Female
Class 243 Bull 2 years & over
Class 244 Bull yearling
Class 245 Bull calf
Champion Hereford Male
Reserve Champion Hereford Male
Class 246 Best two calves either sex
Class 247 Progeny - 3 animals by the same sire

Class 251 Heifer yearling
Class 252 Heifer calf
Champion Highland Female
Reserve Champion Highland Female
Class 253 Bull 2 years & over
Class 254 Bull yearling
Class 255 Bull calf
Champion Highland Male
Reserve Champion Highland Male

Animals need not be owned by the same exhibitor.

Class 248 Group - 1 bull & 2 females any age

Class 256 Group - 1 male, 2 females any age

Need not be owned by one exhibitor.

Need not be owned by one exhibitor.

SUPREME CHAMPION HEREFORD

Class 257 2 calves either sex
Class 258 Progeny - 3 animals by the same sire
Need not be owned by the same exhibitor. Sire to be
named on the entry form.

SUPREME CHAMPION HIGHLAND

DEXTER SECTION
Class 259 Cow 3 years & over with or without
cal/calves at foor
Calf/calves to be born on or after 1st June

Class 260 Heifer 2 years with or without
calf/calves at foot
Calf/calves to be born on or after 1st June

Class 261 Heifer yearling
Class 262 Heifer calf

Class 273 Bull 2 years & over
Class 274 Bull yearling
Class 275 Bull calf
Champion All Other Beef Breeds Male
Reserve Champion All Other Beef Breeds Male
Class 276 Best 2 calves either sex
Class 277 Progeny Group - 3 animals by any one
sire to be named on entry form
Need not be owned by one exhibitor.

Class 278 Group - 1 male, 2 females any age
Champion Dexter Female
Reserve Champion Dexter Female
Class 263 Bull 2 years & over
Class 264 Bull yearling
Class 265 Bull calf
Champion Dexter Male
Reserve Champion Dexter Male
Class 266 Group - 1 male & 2 females any age
Need not be owned by one exhibitor.

Class 267 2 calves either sex
Class 268 Progeny - 3 animals by the same sire

Need not be owned by one exhibitor.

SUPREME CHAMPION ALL OTHER BEEF
BREEDS
INTERBREED BEEF SECTION
To be judged after the lunch break

Class 279 Cow 3 years & over with own
calf/calves at foot
Class 280 Heifer 2 years with or without own
calf/calves at foot
Class 281 Heifer yearling
Class 282 Heifer calf

Need not be owned by one exhibitor.

SUPREME CHAMPION DEXTER
ALL OTHER BEEF BREEDS SECTION
Class 269 Cow 3 years & over with or without
own calf/calves at foot
Calf/calves to be born on or after 1st June

Class 270 Heifer 2 years & over with or without
own calf/calves at foot
Calf/calves to be born on or after 1st June

Class 271 Heifer yearling
Class 272 Heifer calf
Champion All Other Beef Breeds Female
Reserve Champion All Other Beef Breeds Female

Champion Interbreed Beef Female
Reserve Champion Interbreed Beef Female
Class 283 Bull 2 years & over
Class 284 Bull yearling
Class 285 Bull calf
Champion Interbreed Beef Male
Reserve Champion Interbreed Beef Male
Class 286 Group - 1 male, 2 females any age
Need not be owned by one exhibitor.

Class 287 Best 2 calves either sex
Class 288 Progeny - 3 animals by the same sire
Sire to be named on the entry form.
Need not be owned by one exhibitor.

SUPREME CHAMPION BEEF ANIMAL OF SHOW
SPECIAL THANKS TO WILSON HELLABY FOR THEIR GENEROUS SPONSORSHIP OF THE
BEEF SECTION AND LAKE ROAD QUARRIES FOR SUPPLYING AND SERVING MORNING
TEA & LUNCH TO ALL OUR CATTLE EXHIBITORS AND OFFICIALS

DAIRY CATTLE SECTION
DAIRY SECTION
Sponsors – PGG Wrightson - Warkworth Vets

START TIME 10.A.M.
ENTRY FEES FOR ALL CLASSES UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE
Members

$6.00

Non Members

$8.00

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1 prize $50.00
nd
2 prize $ 25.00
rd
3 prize $10.00
Class 289 Cow 3 years & over
Class 290 Heifer 2 years in milk
Class 291 Best uddered female
Class 292 Progeny - 2 animals at least 1 in milk
by the same dam
Champion All Breeds Dairy Senior Female
Reserve Champion All Breeds Dairy Senior
Female
Class 293 Heifer yearling
Class 294 Heifer calf
Champion All Breeds Dairy Junior Female

Reserve Champion All Breeds Dairy Junior
Female
Class 295 Best 2 calves either sex
Class 296 Bull yearling
Class 297 Bull calf
Champion All Breeds Dairy Junior Male
Reserve Champion All Breeds Dairy Junior Male
Class 298 Production class
SUPREME CHAMPION ALL BREEDS DAIRY

YOUNG GENERATION - CALF SECTION

Ages -

Junior - up to 8 years
Intermediate - 9 to 12 years
Senior 13 to 19 years

Start Time 9.30.a.m
Free Entry -

1st prize $8,

2nd prize $5,

3rd prize $3

Sponsors products may be substituted in lieu of prize money.
Class 299
Class 300
Class 301
Class 302
Class 303
Class 304
Class 305
Class 306
Class 307
Class 308
Class 309

Junior leading
Intermediate Leading
Senior Leading
Junior Rearing - light breed
Intermediate Rearing - light breed
Senior Rearing - light breed
Junior Rearing - heavy breed
Intermediate Rearing - heavy breed
Senior Rearing - heavy breed
Junior/Intermediate Beef Rearing
Senior Beef Rearing

Class 310 Junior/Intermediate/Senior Dairy Type
- light breed
Class 311 Junior/Intermediate/Senior Dairy Type
- heavy breed
Class 312 Junior/Intermediate/Senior Beef Type heavy breed
Class 313 Junior/Intermediate/Senior Cross
Breed Beef
Champion Young Generation Calf
Reserve Champion Young Generation Calf
Class 314 Best dressed calf - 9 years & under
Class 315 Best dressed calf - 10 years & over

Malcolm Hutchings Northern District RAS YOUNG HANDLER SECTION
Competition for Dairy and Beef sections
This competition was created to encourage young people to participate in showing cattle
This competition includes Northern District A&P Shows from Kaitaia through to Franklin, including
the Auckland Easter Show.
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Rules
This competition is run in the Northern District only, but any competitor in New Zealand can
enter.
Competitors aged 8-19 years are eligible to enter. The junior class is 8-12 years (inclusive)
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while the senior is 13-19 years (inclusive). All ages are as of October 1 of the current
show season.
Entry is to be free to all competitors.
The competitor may use cattle of any age and the animal does not have to be the property
of the handler.
The competitor may only enter the beef or dairy class, not both.
To be eligible for the Northern District prize, the competitor must compete in three or more
Northern District A&P Shows in the chosen class for the current Show season.
The final show of the season is at Auckland. Competitors are not required to compete at
that show but they must attend the prize giving shortly thereafter otherwise winners will
forfeit their prize.
The competitor may enter as many shows as they wish, but their final score will be the
average score from all the shows they have competed in for the current season.
In the event of a tie the competitor with the highest number of first place wins then second
place wins and so on will be the winner.
If entries are low, competitors may be paraded together, however each class will be judged
separately.
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Prize money at show level is to be provided by the show at $20 for 1 place, $10 for 2
and $5 for third.
The highest-scoring Northern District competitors in each of the four classes will receive
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$130 for 1 place, $100 for 2 , $75 for 3 and $45 for 4 . Selwyn Driver and the Northern
District Council sponsor all prize money and the winner of each class will receive a medal
awarded by the Royal Agricultural Society of New Zealand.
Shows are to record the names of all entrants regardless of placing. All placings are to be
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made to 6 place.

Points to be awarded as follows:
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Entry
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number/placing
1-5 entries
10
6-10 entries
15
10 or more
20
entries

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3

4

7
12
16

5
9
13

3
6
10

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5

1
4
7

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6

2
5

Judging Guidelines
Presentation of the competitor
 The competitor is strongly advised to wear a plain white shirt with dark pants and
clean, strong boots.
 No open footwear or gumboots are permitted;
 If a hat is worn it must be worn correctly;
 No logos or advertising whatsoever are to be present on any clothing including
hats. This includes stud/breed names and breed uniforms.
Presentation of the animal
o The animal itself is not judged, however general presentation is to be taken into
consideration as the competitor is expected to have prepared the animal for the
ring;

o

The competitor should make sure that the animal is washed and groomed with hair
appropriately trimmed and clipped and hooves clean and tidy;
o The halter should be clean and fit the animal correctly. Rope or leather halters are
allowed; for beef competitors if a show stick or cane is carried it is to be used
correctly.
Parading of the animal
 The competitor should aim to display the animal in such a manner that the judge
gains a clear view of the animal at all times, and that the animal is seen to
advantage;
 They should know the weaknesses of the animal and not place the animal in a
situation where these are going to be made obvious;
 They should be able to walk in tandem with the animal, without getting their foot
caught under the animal's hoof;
 The competitor should be able to stop, move on and stand the animal up when
requested;
 They should be aware of different leading styles: dairy competitors lead from the
front while beef lead from the shoulder
 Senior competitors may be asked to swap animals with other competitors. Juniors
will not.
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No Entry Fee required – 1 place $8.00 2 place $5.00 3 place $3.00 in each class
Class 316
Class 317
Class 318
Class 319

NDC Young Handler Dairy - 12 years & under
NDC Young Handler Dairy - 13 to 19 years
NDC Young Handler Beef - 12 years & under
NDC Young Handler Beef - 13 to 19 years

Dairy Goats
Start time 9.30.a.m.
Entry Fee $6.00 per class
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Prize Money: 1 $10.00 2 $5.00 3 $3.00
(unless otherwise stated).
Rules & Conditions
All goats must be penned by 9am.
All goats must be tied in designated areas.
Does in milk will NOT be penalised if it is necessary
to ease the udder before judging.
Does may not be stripped out in the ring.
All goats must be registered and recorded with the
NZDGBA at the time of entry and the registration
number must be recorded on the entry form.
The by-laws of The Royal Agricultural Society of NZ
for the exhibition of dairy goats shall apply at this
show.

Herd Register Standard Age Classes Does
ENTRY FEES - $6.00 PER CLASS
START TIME10.A.M
Class 320 Kidded Doe in milk - 2 years & under
Class 321 Kidded Doe in milk - 3 & 4 years old
Class 322 Kidded Doe in milk - 5 years & over
Champion Herd Register Doe
To be judged from placegetters in classes 320-322.
2nd placegetters to stand by.

Reserve Champion Herd Register Doe
Class 323 Herd Register Grand Champion Age
Class
Open to does which have gained their GCH prefix or are
pending the award of GCH. No award will be made if there
is no competition in this class.

Herd Register Champion Challenge Doe
The winner of Class 323 to be paraded with the Champion
Doe to select the winner of the Champion Challenge
Award.
No award will be made if there is no competition in this
class.

1ST $15.00 - 2ND $10.00 - 3RD $8.00

Associated Records Standard Age
Classes - Does

Class 327 Associated Record Grand Champion
Class
Open to all Does that have gained their GCH prefix
or are pending the award.
Associated Record Champion Challenge Doe
Winner of Class 327 to be paraded with the
Champion Doe.
No award will be presented if there is no competition
in this class.

Special Classes
All animals entered in this section must have been
exhibited in their standard age class
Class 328 Senior Progeny
Two daughters in milk, of the same sire but different
dams.
Name of sire and dams must be given on the entry
form.
Class 329 Dam & Daughter
Class 330 Sire & Progeny 2 progeny, at least
one to be bred by the owner
Class 331 Herd Register Type and Production
To be judged in accordance with NZDBGA rules.
Details of Herd Test Production to be supplied with
entry or given to the Steward on the day.
Class 332 Associated Records Type &
Production
Rules as for class 331
Class 333 Herd Register Best Udder
Open to all Does that have borne a kid
Class 334 Associated Record Best Udder
Rules as for class 333
Class 335 Junior Showmanship

Herd Register Standard Age Classes Youngstock
Class 336 Maiden Doe or Goatling - Over 1 year
and under 2 1/2 years
Class 337 Maiden Doe Kid - born on or before 31
August
Class 338 Maiden Doe Kid - Born after 31st
August
Champion Herd Register Junior
To be judged from 1st placegetters in classes 336-338
2nd placegetters to standby.

Crossbred, appendix and recorded

Reserve Champion Herd Register Junior

Class 324 Kidded Doe in milk - 2 years & under
Class 325 Kidded Doe in milk - 3 & 4 years old
Class 326 Kidded Doe in milk - 5 years and over

Associated Record Standard Age
Classes - Youngstock

Champion Associated Record Doe
Associated Record Champion & Reserve Champion Doe
To be judged form classes 324-326.
2nd placegetters on standby.

Reserve Champion Associated Record Doe

(Crossbred, Appendix & Record Grade)
Class 339 Maiden doe or goatling - over 1 year
& under 2 1/2 years
Class 340 Maiden doe kid - born on or before 31
August

Class 341 Maiden doe kid - born after 31st
August

Class 344 Buckling over 12 months and under 2
years
Class 345 Buck - 2 years and over

Champion Associated Records Junior
To be judged from 1st placegetters from classes 339 - 341.
2nd placegetters to standby.

Reserve Champion Associated Records Junior
Class 342 Junior Progeny Group
Two daughters under 30 months of age that have not
borne a kid, same sire, different dams.
Name of Sire and Dams to be given on the entry
form.

Champion Buck
To be judged from winners of classes 343 - 345.
2nd placegetters to standby.

Reserve Champion Buck
Class 346 Grand Champion Age Bucks
Open to all bucks that have gained their GCH Prefix
or are pending the award.
Champion Challenge Buck

Herd Register Standard Age Classes Bucks
Class 343 Buck Kid under 12 months

Winner of class 346 to be paraded with the Champion Doe.
No award will be made if there is no competition in this
class.

SUPREME CHAMPION DAIRY GOAT

MANY THANKS TO LAKE ROAD QUARRIES, MANGAWHAI FOR PROVIDING
REFRESHMENTS FOR THE CATTLE, DAIRY, GOATS AND ALPACA JUDGES AND
ASSOCIATES.

Warkworth A & P Lifestyle Show
January 24th 2015

Shearing Competition
Start Time 10.30.a.m.
Open Class
Senior Class
Intermediate Class
Junior Class
Veteran Class

TPV $465.00
TPV $375.00
TPV $330.00
TPV $305.00
TPV $225.00

1ST $250.00
1ST $175.00
1ST $160.00
1ST $150.0
1ST $100.00

as advertised in the NZ Shearing Sports 2013-14 Directory.

Special Class
Novice/Local competition
Pedal/Shear – two person teams

EF $32.00
EF $27.00
EF$22.00
EF$27.00
EF$12.00

WARKWORTH A&P LIFESTYLE SHOW
Sheep Dog Trials
Saturday 24th January 2015
Entries close Sunday 11th January 2015
Run under permit from the NZ Dog Trial Association
Entries will be restricted to the first 40 dogs

FULL DAY ENTRY FEES $20.00 PER DOG.

START TIME 8.30 am
Open Class
Intermediate
Maiden Dog
Novice

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1 $200
1st $150
st
1 $100
st
1 $50

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rd

2 $100
nd
2 $100
nd
2 $80

3 $60
rd
3 $60
rd
3 $60

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4 $40

If sufficient entries a maiden man and maiden dog class will be held.
Entries will be taken on the day.

Name:
Address:

Email:

Phone No:

Dog’s Name

Status

Entries to:
Email:
Enquires:

Entry Fee

The Secretary, PO Box 77, Warkworth 0941
warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz
Lorna Sanson Phone: 09-425-5544

Internet Banking
Account: 060-483-0098021-00
Particulars

Code

Reference

Name

Sheep Dog Trials

2015

Payment can be made by cheque or internet banking.
Please return this form to:
The Secretary
Warkworth A&P Show
PO Box 77
Warkworth 0978
Email: warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz
Phone: 09-422-2052

Warkworth A&P Lifestyle Show
Woodchopping Carnival
Saturday 24th January 2015
Proudly hosted by the PUHOI AXEMENS CLUB
Check In - no later than 9:00am
Limited entries – first 24 fully paid axemen
Pre-nom enquires – John Sanderson (09) 422 4971 or 0274 731 316
*Denotes limited entry

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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------For entry into the Warkworth A&P Lifestyle Show 2015, post pre-nomination return slip to:
Puhoi Axemen, 1417 West Coast Road, R.D.1, Warkworth
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Event
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3
Noms

1

Underhand Championship Division C-275mm (11”)
Underhand Championship Division B-300mm (12”)
Underhand Championship Division A-325mm (13”)

$60
$60
$60

$40
$40
$40

$20
$20
$20

2

Standing Championship Division C - 275mm (11”)
Standing Championship Division B - 300mm (12”)
Standing Championship Division A - 325mm (13”)

$60
$60
$60

$40
$40
$40

$20
$20
$20

3

Double hand sawing - 400mm (16”)

$60

$30

$15

4

2 Man Relay U/H 275mm (11”) ST 300mm (12”)

$60

$30

$15

5

Axe Throw (during jigger board event)

$20

$10

$5

6

*Jiggerboard Open (3 boards) - 275mm (11”)

$100

$50

$25

7

Jack & Jill sawing - 400mm (16”)

$60

$30

$15

8

Standing Open - 250mm (10”) M. Berger Trophy

$100

$50

$25

9

Underhand Open - 275mm (11”)

$100

$50

$25

10

Butcher Block Underhand

$60

$30

$15

11

*Jiggerboard Novice (3 boards) – 275mm (11”)

$20

$20

$20

12

Restricted Underhand – 275mm (11”)

$40

$20

$10

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Teams Race - Puhoi vs Visitors
From: ………………….......….
(phone)

Events
(circle)

(UH)

1
$6

2
$6

3
$2
$2

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……....……..Book marks ........ ........ Sawing partner: ……………..…
(Std)

4
$5

(name)

(name)

5
$2

6
$8

7
$8

8
$2
$2

9
$8

10
$8

11
$8

12
$2
$2

13
$3

Payment options (tick):

Cheque enclosed (made out to Puhoi Axemens Club)

Internet deposit made into Puhoi Axemens Club account: 12-3105-0012562-00
Conditions of entry: All pre-paid nominations to be received no later than 7 days before the event
Events limited to the first 24 fully paid competitors (no deposits will be accepted)
Puhoi Axemens Club reserves the right to change the programme if required

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$3

Total
$

INDOOR EXHIBIT SECTION
PLEASE NOTE ALL INDOOR EXHIBITS WILL BE DISPLAYED AND
JUDGED
ON FRIDAY 23th January 2015 IN THE LARGE MARQUEE ON THE
MAIN ARENA
If you wish to enter and these times are not convenient please contact the Secretary.
All indoor entries must be staged at the marquee on FRIDAY 23th JANUARY 2015 by
12.30pm.
Entries will be taken FROM 8.30am until 12 noon on Friday 23th Jan 2015
Exhibits will be accepted for exhibition only, but must be labeled to this effect.
Only judges and stewards are permitted in the marquee during judging time.
THE INDOOR SECTION OF THE MARQUEE WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC AT 2.30.P.M ON SATURDAY
THE 24th JANUARY AND ONLY EXHIBITORS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE MARQUEE FOR THE
SUBSEQUENT REMOVAL OF EXHIBITS FROM 3PM WHICH MUST BE UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF THE
STEWARDS.
Exhibits must be accompanied by fees when handed to the secretary.
All due care and attention will be taken, but no responsibility is accepted for exhibits.
All entries must be marked with name and class number, this information is for the stewards only.
NO ENTRIES TO BE MORE THAN THREE YEARS OLD.
The Show Society has the right to award product or voucher prizes in lieu of prize money.
PRIZE MONEY MAY BE COLLECTED FROM THE EFTPOS TENT (NEXT TO THE INDOOR MARQUEE) FROM
1PM ON SATURDAY 24th JANUARY 2015.
ENTRY FEES.
Senior 50 cents
Junior 10 cents
PRIZE MONEY.
Senior 1st $5.00 2nd $2.00.
Junior 1st $2.00 2nd 50 cents.
Unless stated in special classes.
For entry fees in excess of $10.00 one free pass is given.
For junior exhibitors one free pass is given if FIVE OR MORE classes are entered.
All JUNIOR EXHIBITS ARE TO HAVE THE EXHIBITORS AGE AT SHOW DATE ENTERED ON THE ENTRY
FORM

Ages will be taken into consideration in all classes

FIELD & GARDEN PRODUCE SECTION
PRODUCE MUST BE GROWN BY THE EXHIBITOR.
ENTRY FEE 50 cents.

Class 351 Four Potatoes, any variety
Class 352 Collection of fresh herbs - minimum 4
varieties
Class 353 One Brassica ie: cauliflower, broccoli,
cabbage etc
Class 354 Three onions
Class 355 One vegetable marrow
Class 356 Three courgettes
Class 357 One buttercup pumpkin
Class 358 Three carrots
Class 359 Three beetroot
Class 360 Three pods of peas
Class 361 Three pods of dwarf beans
Class 362 Three pods climbing beans
Class 363 Three sticks of rhubarb
Class 364 Two apple cucumbers
Class 365 Two long cucumbers
Class 366 One lettuce
Class 367 Three stalks of silverbeet
Class 368 Three stalks of spinach
Class 369 Three tomatoes
Class 370 Three kinds salad vegs, one of each
Class 371 A collection of produce, may be fruit
or vegs or a mixed display
Class 372 Eye catching / unusual fruit or
vegetable.
Class 373 Three eggs - single yolk, judged by
weight

PRESERVES SECTION

the value of $20

Class 382 Relish - any variety
Class 383 Sauce - Any variety
Class 384 Pickled onions
Class 385 Jar of any pickled vegetables
Class 386 One bottle of fruit, any variety
Class 387 One bottle of fruit, one year old
Class 388 One bottle of fruit, preserved in
alcohol or similar
Sponsored by Warkworth New World
1st prize - $20

Class 389 Collection of three varieties of your
choice, one of each
Sponsored by Warkworth New World Supermarkets
1st prize - $20; 2nd prize - $10.

Class 390 Pulped Tomatoes
Class 391 Bottle of Home Brew or Home made
Wine or Cider

COOKERY SECTION

NO COOKERY TO BE DONE ON THE DAY OF THE
SHOW.
ALL ENTRIES TO BE IN CLEAR PLASTIC BAGS /
PLASTIC FOOD COVERS - NOT GLADWRAP
ENTRY FEE 50 cents.

Class 392 Steamed Pudding
Class 393 Dried Fruit cake, no icing
Sponsored by Warkworth New World Supermarkets
1st Prize $20
2nd prize $10

NO MIX & MAKE PRODUCTS.
ENTRY FEE 50 cents.

Class 374 Any choice of jelly
1st prize a voucher sponsored by Warkworth New World to
the value of $10

Class 375 Marmalade
Class 376 One jar of any stone fruit jam i.e. plum,
peach
Class 377 Any other variety of jam
1st prize a voucher sponsored by Warkworth New World to
the value of $10

Class 378 Lemon honey, lemon cheese
Class 379 Collection of 3 varieties jams, jellies
etc.
Sponsored by Warkworth New World Supermarkets
1st Prize $20
2nd prize $10

Class 380 A jar of fancy pickles, fruits or herb
vinegar
Sponsored by Warkworth New World
1st prize - $10

Class 381 Pickle - any variety
1st prize a voucher sponsored by Warkworth New World to

Class 394 A decorated cake - judged on
decoration only.
Sponsored by Taste
1st prize $30
2nd prize $20

Class 395 Fresh Fruit/Veg Cake ie carrot, banana
Sponsored by Warkworth New World Supermarkets
1st Prize $20
2nd prize $10

Class 396 Fruit loaf
Class 397 Three scones, any type
Class 398 Three muffins
Sponsored by Warkworth New World Supermarkets
1st Prize $20
2nd prize $10

Class 399 Three shortbread
Class 400 Three decorated cup cakes
Sponsored by Taste
1st prize $30
2nd prize $20

Class 401 Three Biscuits - any type
Sponsored by Warkworth New World Supermarkets
1st Prize $20
2nd prize $10

Class 402 Afternoon Tea Plate - 2 pieces of any 3
varieties
Sponsored by Warkworth New World Supermarkets
1st Prize $20
2nd prize $10

Class 403 A Decorated Cake
Class 404 Three pieces of uncooked slice
Sponsored by Warkworth New World Supermarkets
1st Prize $20
2nd prize $10

Class 405
Class 406
Class 407
maker
Class 408

Pizza Pie
A fruit tart/pie (tarts are topless)
A loaf of bread, cooked in a breadMicrowave cake, no mixes

Class 409 CADBURY Collection of cookery using
CADBURY products
An iced chocolate cake, 3 iced biscuits.

Class 410 Three iced biscuits
Class 411 A genuine flop - must be from Show
entries

FLORAL ART SECTION
FLOWERS NEED NOT BE GROWN BY THE EXHIBITOR.
If in doubt - Google it!
Entry fee 50 cents.

Class 423
Class 424
Class 425
only
Class 426
Class 427

"Tall and Slender"
Traditional Table Arrangement
An arrangement using native flora
An arrangement using foliage only
A modern minimalistic arrangement

Using one flower only, accessories, props and leaves may
be used.

Class 428
Class 429
Class 430
Class 431
Class 432

Massed arrangement
A Tussie Mussie
An Ikebana style arrangement
A sculptural design
A Parallel line arrangement

(Trough to be no longer than 40cm)

Class 433 "Summer Time"
An arrangement from the beach.

NEEDLEWORK SECTION
NO PROFESSIONAL WORK ACCEPTED
ALL WORK TO BE DONE BY THE EXHIBITOR.
Entry Fee 50 cents.
Hand finish on machine made garments acceptable.

TUMBLEWEED FLOWER SECTION – 1ST
Prize - $10 voucher redeemable at
Tumbleweed, Matakana
FLOWERS MUST BE GROWN BY THE EXHIBITOR AND
DISPLAYED IN THE BOTTLES PROVIDED
PRESENTATION IS TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION.
Entry Fee 50 cents.

Class 412 Three kinds of cut flowers, one stem
or spray of each
Class 413 Three kinds of dahlias, distinct
varieties
Class 414 Specimen Dahlia bloom
Class 415 Specimen Rose bloom
Class 416 Specimen Rose - Old Fashioned
Class 417 Three stems of any one variety, NOT
DAHLIAS
Class 418 Three stems of marigolds, African or
French
Class 419 A container of geraniums and/or
pelargoniums
Class 420 Three fuchsia flowers, distinct
varieties
Class 421 Single specimen bloom, no dahlias or
roses
Class 422 Specimen spray or cluster

Class 434 Any embroidered article, designs
considered
Class 435 Mounted tapestry, frame considered
Class 436 Sewn soft toy i.e Teddy Bear
Class 437 Dressed doll, sewn clothes
Class 438 Machine made garment
Class 439 Patchwork article

ROBYN EGGE HAND
KNITTING AND CROCHET
SECTION
Entry Fee 50 cents.
Product prizes sponsored by "Robyn
Egge Yarns"
Best in Section - $100 product voucher from Robyn Egge
Yarns
1st Prize in each class - $25 product voucher from Robyn
Egge Yarns

Class 440
Class 441
socks
Class 442
Class 443
Class 444
Class 445
helmets

Love My Boot Cuff
What a pity I only have two feet! - Best
007 Award - Best toilet roll disguise
Charlotte's Web - Coolest lace thing
Fibre Garden - Best crocheted flowers
Classic Baby - Booties, Bonnets or

CRAFT SECTION
Class 446 A hand crafted card or scrap book
page
Class 447 Article in mixed media
Class 448 A piece of Jewellery ie. beadwork

Class 449
Class 450
Class 451
Class 452

Woodworked Article
Any Craft article not mentioned
A Christmas Decoration
A decorated hat or fascinator

Sponsored by NOT JUST HATS

Class 453 Decorated mask, any medium
Class 454 Cushion cover - any medium

Special thanks to Denise Bauer at Paper Plus Warkworth for the
window dressing

KIDS CORNER - INDOOR EXHIBITS
SPONSORED BY WARKWORTH PAPER PLUS

All junior exhibits are to have the exhibitors age at show date entered on the entry form
A LIMIT OF TWO ENTRIES PER CHILD PER CLASS IN ALL SECTIONS.
AGES WILL BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION IN ALL CLASSES
Entry Fees: 10 CENTS PER CLASS PER EXHIBIT
PRIZE MONEY 1ST $2.00 - 2ND $0.50
PRIZE MONEY MAY BE COLLECTED FROM THE EFTPOS TENT (NEXT TO THE INDOOR MARQUEE) FROM
1PM ON SATURDAY 24th JANUARY 2015.
A free entry pass will be given to exhibitors who enter five or more classes.

KIDS CORNER SENIOR SECTION - 13-16
years

KIDS CORNER INTERMEDIATE SECTION
- 9 - 12 years

Class 455 A novelty fruit / vegetable creation,
including edible necklaces
Class 456 A Living Salad Container

Class 470 A novelty fruit/vegetable creation ie;
including edible necklaces
Class 471 Egghead

A container with growing herbs and summer plants,
suitable for a summer salad.

An eggshell decorated with a face and having a head of
hair of growing cress, mustard or any other plant.

Class 457 An arrangement using a novelty prop
or container
Class 458 Collection of weeds/roadside foliage at
least 6 in a jar
Class 459 Three pieces of uncooked slice
Class 460 Three decorated cup cakes

Class 472 A Living Salad Container

May use a packet cake mix. To be judged on decorative
effect.

Class 461 Chocolate baking any item
Class 462 A piece of art any medium - not digital,
including sketches
Class 463 A piece of digital artwork ie. CD cover
or card
Class 464 A photo any subject - unmounted 4x6
inch
Class 465 Woodwork
Class 466 Jewellery ie. beads, etc
Class 467 Trash to Fashion - made from waste
material
Class 468 Any article not already mentioned
Class 469 Decorated hat, cap or fascinator in any
medium
Flowers, vegetables, feathers, waste materials etc.
Sponsored by "Not Just Hats"

A container with growing herbs and summer plants,
suitable for a summer salad.

Class 473 Three pieces of uncooked or cooked
slice
Class 474 Three decorated cup cakes - may use
packet cake mix
Class 475 Chocolate baking any item
Class 476 School lunch
Class 477 Dessert kebab - may include sweets
Class 478 Floral arrangement in an egg cup
Class 479 An arrangement using a novelty prop
or container
Class 480 A hand made greeting card
Class 481 A computer generated greeting card
Class 482 A piece of artwork any medium - not
digital
Class 483 Pencil sketch
Class 484 Photography any subject - unmounted
- any size
Class 485 Woodwork
Class 486 Jewellery ie. beads, etc
Class 487 Kitset article or construction set
Class 488 Article made from waste material
Class 489 Any article not already mentioned
Class 490 Rubber band loom article

KIDS CORNER JUNIOR SECTION - 8
years and under
Class 491 A novelty fruit/vegetable creation
Class 492 An edible necklace
Class 493 Egghead

Class 502 Any article not already mentioned
Class 503 Woodwork article
Class 504 An article or toy made from recycled
waste
Class 505 Kitset or construction set article
Class 506 Three decorated cup cakes, may use a
ready made cup cake.
Judged for decoration only.

An eggshell decorated with a face and having a head of
hair of growing cress, mustard or any other plant.

Class 494 Collection of weeds/roadside foliage at
least 4 in a jar
Class 495 A sand saucer
Class 496 A miniature garden
Class 497 A hand made greeting card
Class 498 A piece of artwork - any medium
Class 499 Dessert kebab - may include sweets
Class 500 A photo any subject - unmounted - any
size
Class 501 Rubber band loom article
"

MANY THANKS TO ALL PARTICIPANTS AND
SPONSORS FOR MAKING THIS EVENT POSSIBLE

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WARKWORTH A & P LIFESTYLE SHOW
INDOOR SECTION
ENTRY FORM
Entries close at 12 noon on Friday 23th January 2015
Please complete before arrival
ALL INDOOR EXHIBITS WILL BE DISPLAYED IN THE MARQUEE ON THE MAIN ARENA

Class
No:

Description

Entry
Fee

Place Prize
Money

Special Instructions re
Exhibit

TOTAL
ALL EXHIIBITORS ARE REQUESTED TO COLLECT THEIR EXHIBITS ON SATURDAY AFTER NOON
AFTER 3.00PM OR MAKE ALTURNATIVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THEIR COLLECTION .

Name

Signature

Address

Phone No:

Email:

ENTRY FORM – TRADE SECTION – full details on the web – www.warkworthaandpshow.com

Company Name
Postal Address
Including Post Code

Phone Number
Mobile Number
Email
Contact Person
Exhibit Details
(Description of exhibit and
any details to determine best
location. Food exhibitors to
include list of intended sale
items.)

Vendor’s License Number
Each site purchase includes 2 entry passes
Frontage metres – 8m deep.
Mobile Food Stand requires 6m minimum

Power for Sites (optional)
Additional Gate Tickets (optional)
Membership to Assn (optional)

Fee
Number
4m @ $80
6m @ $120
8m @ $160
12m @ $240
More @ $20 per metre
$40
$10
$25
Total including GST. (GST No 52-212-456)

Amount

Signed:
Your signature on the application form denotes acceptance of the Rules and Regulations of the Warkworth A&P Show Society.

Internet Banking
Account: 060-483-0098021-00
Particulars
Code
Referen
ce
Exhibitor/Business Name

Trade

2015

Trade Steward: Allan Barber
Phone: 09 422-2052
Email: warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz

Payment can be made by cheque or internet
banking. Please return this form to:
The Secretary
Warkworth A&P Show
PO Box 77
Warkworth 0978
Email: warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz
Phone: 09-422-2052

Warkworth A & P Lifestyle Show
Membership Form
I/We wish to apply for membership the Warkworth Agricultural & Pastoral Society
I/We enclose our subscription for the 2015-2016 year as from 1st May 2015 of $25.00
I/We agree to the Rules & Regulations of The Warkworth Agricultural & Pastoral Society and
agree to pay the Annual Subscription of $25.00 until the Society has received our resignation
from the Society in writing.
Membership Name………………………………………………………………….. (in Print)
Signature………………………………………………………………………………….
Address…………………………………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Telephone Number…………………………………………………………………..
Email address…………………………………………………………………………..

Internet Banking
Account: 060-483-0098021-00
Particulars
Code
Name

Membershi
p

Referenc
e
2015-16

Payment can be made by cheque or internet
banking. Please return this form to:
The Secretary
Warkworth A&P Lifestyle Show
PO Box 77
Warkworth 0978
Email:
warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz
Phone: 09-422-2052

ENTRY FORM - VILLAGE MARKET - full details on the web – www.warkworthaandpshow.com

Company Name
Postal Address
Including Post Code

Phone Number
Mobile Number
Email
Contact Person
Exhibit Details
(Description of exhibit and
any details to determine
best location. Food
exhibitors to include list of
intended sale
items.)
Food Vendor’s License
Number
Each site purchase includes 2 entry passes
Cottage Industry and Local Produce stall. One
only per stall holder. No electricity available on
these sites. . Parking in the car park. Please
bring your own gazebo.
Additional Gate Tickets (optional)
Membership to Assn (optional)

Fee
3m x 3m

Number
1

Amount
$30.00

$10
$25
Total including GST. (GST No 52-212-456)

Signed:
Your signature on the application form denotes acceptance of the Rules and Regulations of the Warkworth A&P Show Society.

Internet Banking
Account: 060-483-0098021-00
Referenc
Particulars
Code
e

Exhibitor/Business Name

Market

2015

Payment can be made by cheque or internet
banking. Please return this form to:
The Secretary
Warkworth A&P Show
PO Box 77
Warkworth 0978
Email: warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz
Phone: 09-422-2052

ENTRY FORM

Warkworth A & P Lifestyle Show
148th Annual Show

Cattle, Calf Club, Young Handler, Goat

PO Box 77, Warkworth.
Phone: 09 422 2052 Fax: 09 422 2052
Email: warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz
http://www.warkworthaandpshow.com
Tax Invoice GST Registration 52-212-456

SECTION:__________________________

Warkworth Show Society - NAIT NO -441964

Show: 24th January 2015 – Entries Close 12 January 2015
Name of Animal

Internet Banking
Account: 060-483-0098021-00

Birth Date

Registered Herd Book No.
No/Tattoo Ear Tag

Particulars
Name

Exhibitors NAIT NO Class Numbers to be Entered

Code
Cattle/Dairy/Calf
Club/Goats

Reference
2015

Entry
Fee
$
C

Total Entry Fee
Annual Members Sub
$25
TOTAL PAYABLE

ENTRIES CLOSE 12TH JANUARY 2015 – Late entries will be taken
PLEASE FILL IN YOUR NAIT NUMBER – IN THE TOP RIGHT HAND CORNER
Tb testing requirements – Cattle Exhibitors
Please refer to the front of the Schedule for full Conditions & T B Test Requirements
HIGHLAND CATTLE EXHIBITORS: A copy of a valid RAS Highland Passport must accompany entries.
EXHIBITOR DECLARATION
I hereby make the above entries subject to the By-Laws, Rules & Conditions of
The Royal Agricultural Society of N Z and the Warkworth A & P Show Society.
I accept the Society’s Conditions of Entry and indemnify the Society under the provisions
of the Health & Safety Act in Employment Act 1993 and its subsequent amendments.

NAME:_______________________________________________
ADDRESS:___________________________________________
____________________________________________________
TELEPHONE:_________________________________________
Email:_______________________________________________
SIGNATURE:_________________________________________

ENTRY FORM FOR:

Warkworth A & P Lifestyle Show
148th Annual Show

A & P SHOWDAY

Cattle, Dairy, Calf Club & Goat Events

PO Box 77, Warkworth 0941
Phone/Fax: 09 422 2052 Email: warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz
Tax Invoice GST Registration 52-212-456
http://www.warkworthaandpshow.com/

Sat 24th January 2015

SECTION:__________________________

Warkworth Show Soc - NAIT NO -441964

Exhibitors NAIT NO -__________________

th

Entries Close 12 January 2015
Name of Animal
Blue boggy

For Internet Banking
A/C # 06-0483-0098021-00

Birth Date

Registered Herd Book No.
No/Tattoo Ear Tag

Entry Fee

Class Numbers to be Entered

$

C

10/6/2014

Particulars
Name

Code
Cattle/Dairy/Calf
Club/Goats

Reference
2015

Total Entry Fee
Annual Members Sub
$25.00

TOTAL PAYABLE
ENTRIES CLOSE

12TH

JANUARY 2015 – Late entries will be taken

PLEASE FILL IN YOUR NAIT NUMBER – IN THE TOP RIGHT HAND CORNER
Tb testing requirements – Cattle Exhibitors
Please refer to the front of the Schedule for full Conditions & T B Test Requirements
HIGHLAND CATTLE EXHIBITORS: A copy of a valid RAS Highland Passport must accompany entries.
EXHIBITOR DECLARATION
I hereby make the above entries subject to the By-Laws, Rules & Conditions of
The Royal Agricultural Society of N Z and the Warkworth A & P Show Society.
I accept the Society’s Conditions of Entry and indemnify the Society under the provisions
of the Health & Safety Act in Employment Act 1993 and its subsequent amendments.

NAME:_______________________________________________
ADDRESS:___________________________________________
____________________________________________________
TELEPHONE:_________________________________________
Email:_______________________________________________
SIGNATURE:_________________________________________

Warkworth A & P Lifestyle Show
148th Annual Show

148th
Annual Show

Office
Use
Only

NAME OF ANIMAL
As on IAR Certificate

PO Box 77, Warkworth 0941
Phone/Fax: 09 422 2052
Email: warkworthsociety@clear.net.nz
Tax Invoice GST Registration 52-212-456
http://www.warkworthaandpshow.com/
Number of
Animal
IAR Cert

Date
of
Birth

Age
in
months

Date Last Shorn

Name of Sire

Entry Form for ALPACA
SECTION/BREED:

CLASS NUMBERS TO BE ENTERED

Name of Dam

ENTRY FEE
$

cents

Total Entry Fee
Catalogue (to be collected from Ring Steward on Show Day) $3.00
Warkworth A & P Society Annual Membership Sub $20.00 (optional)

ENTRIES CLOSE – Tuesday 6th January 2015

TOTAL PAYABLE $

Subject to the rules and regulations of the Society, I wish to enter the abovementioned at
the forthcoming stock show, to be held on Saturday 25th January 2014
I ENCLOSE HEREWITH THE RELEVANT ENTRY FEES WITH THIS FORM

Please fill in Total
No. of Head

This is a tax invoice; no receipt will be issued unless requested. Please enclose a self
addressed stamped envelope with your entry. A copy of this invoice will be sent back to
you as a record of your entries, along with your exhibitor passes to enter the grounds,
and confirmation of your catalogue.

IAR Cert:

NAME:

TB Cert:

STUD NAME:_________________________________________
POSTAL ADDRESS:
____________________________
____

YOUR SIGNATURE ON THE ENTRY FORM AND/OR PARTICIPATION IN THE COMPETITION
DENOTES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE CONDITIONS

Please make cheques payable to the Warkworth A & P Society.

Alpaca Show Saturday

24th

January 2015

NUMBER OF PENS REQUIRED

Exhibitors Signature:
Date:

EMAIL:
TELEPHONE:

Number of breeding females in herd

N.B. IF EXHIBITORS REQUIRE PENS FOR THE NIGHT BEFORE OR AFTER THE SHOW PLEASE LET CONVENOR KNOW ASAP
Internet Banking
Account: 060-483-0098021-00

Particulars

Code

Exhibitor’s Name

Alpaca

Reference
2015

REC. NO:

Show Day 24/1/2015
Warkworth Rodeo Arena
Start time 9am entries taken on the day until 8.30am

Cowboy Challenge
Breakaway Roping
Working Cowhorse
Ranch Cutting
Team Penning
Team Roping
Pole Bending
Keyhole
Barrel Racing
Entry Fees $5.00 NON CATTLE EVENTS
$10.00 CATTLE EVENTS
$5.00 ARENA HIRE PER RIDER
Novice and Open events depending on entries Programme may be subject to change
CONTACT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
MARTY WESTLAKE 09 4314158

GAYLE DRAYCOTT 09 4312215

Warkworth Ranch Horse Club Entry Form
Events Entered:___________________________________
Cowboy Challenge

Paid$

Breakaway Roping

Paid$

Working Cowhorse

Paid$

Ranch Cutting

Paid$

Team Penning

Paid$

Team Roping

Paid$

Pole Bending

Paid$

Keyhole

Paid$

Barrel Race

Paid$

Arena Fee

Paid$
TOTAL:_______________________

DISCLAIMER
In accordance with OHS I ride/participate at any club event at my own
risk and should I hurt myself or my horse I will not hold any land owner
or the club liable.
Helmets to be worn for all junior competitors.
Long sleeves, long pants, riding boots, or tidy western attire to be worn.
SIGNATURE_________________________________
Parent or guardian signature if under 18.