Next Show Date: Sunday 3rd March 2019

Schedule

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2018 schedules available for download:

NOTICE FOR SHEEP EXHIBITORS ūüźŹūüźĎ

This Years Sheep Section has unfortunately had to be held over until next years 2019 Dalgety Show.

The damage suffered to our Sheep Pavilion from the falling pine trees has meant that our resources are not able to provide enough safety and qualification for this Years Show.

We apologise to our wonderful sheep exhibitors who always support our Show for this action. 

However it is in the best interest of everybody that we make this decision and ensure that next years show will open with our New Sheep Pavilion with a bang.

 

Please be aware of the following conditions with the 2018 Horse Program.

The 2018 Dalgety Show Horse Section is run by a group of VOLUNTEERS forming the Horse Section Committee. Any attendees or competitors wishing to help out this group are more than welcome to assist with the lead up to the show or on the day.

Rings 5 (Showjumping) - MUST BE PRE-ENTERED. NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY

HORSE YARDS

Select a Round per yard required. If maximum number of rounds is reached, select additional yards from separate yard 'class'.

Waivers - must be completed prior to collecting tickets on the day.

Waivers are available here

Showjumpers not competing in hack events, and therefore not requiring entry tickets, must present a completed waiver to the gazebo on show day to get their waiver band. No band, no entry to the ring.

For full information, please refer to the above linked Horse Schedule.

 

Notes for 2018

This year the Dalgety Show does not have a Chief Horse Steward and is run by the Horse Section Committee. The program has been created by a group of volunteers and based on attendance records of past shows and therefore classes may have been extended or combined. Any attendees willing to help out in the lead up to or on the day of the show would be greatly appreciated and they can expresstheir interest by emailing the Dalgety Horse Show Committee on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Yards

Dalgety Showground has 64 yards available for use. Showground yards must be pre-booked and attract a fee of $5 per yard (valid for use on Saturday 3 rd and Sunday 4th March only). Yard positions will be assigned on a random basis unless a specific location has been requested. Bookings for yards will only be accepted through Global Entries Online and are open from 9am 2nd February 2018.

Hot tape/electrical tape are now permitted for camping and day yards in accordance with the RAS guidelines approved in August 2015.

A WAIVER MUST BE CO-SIGNED BY ONE OF THE MEMBERS FROM THE DALGETY SHOW SOCIETY AND THIS CAN BE ARRANGED AT THE HORSE GAZEBO.

If a horse is in a yard assigned to someone else, the horse may be relocated to a safe area by Show Officials. This may also occur if there is a welfare concern for the horse. The horse will be placed in a safe area and the owner must present to the Horse Steward Gazebo. No compensation will be made if a class is missed due to their horse having been relocated.

Parking 

Due to Ring 3 and the Warm Up ring being held in the hockey field area of the showground, parking within the showground is extremely limited. Parking is issued on a first in, first served basis with no bookings taken.

Vehicle Entry and Exits

Horse floats and trucks may enter the grounds through Gate 2 only until 7am on show day. After this time, Gate 2 will be closed to all traffic until 3pm as this is a frequent pedestrian passage. Any floats andtrucks leaving prior to 3pm will be required to exit via Gate 3 which is a grass exit with a slight incline. This exit is unsuitable for large floats and trucks due to the tight corner involved. Any large trucks andfloats wishing to camp on Saturday night yet wishing to leave the showground prior to 3pm will be required to remove their vehicle from the grounds via Gate 2 prior to 7am on show day.

** Classic Cars will be located in a different place this year.

Camping 

Free-of-charge camping is available but is limited inside the grounds. Should power be required, competitors are advised to bring a long, tagged extension lead. Leads will be checked and if not Tested & Tagged, they may be removed. Two showers are available in the Pavilion free of charge. If anyone camping on site anticipates leaving the grounds prior to 3pm on show day, they are advised to removetheir vehicle from the grounds prior to 7am on the same day (see above section on Vehicle Entry & Exits). It is highly recommended that large trucks, goosenecks etc planning on leaving prior to 3pm do move their vehicles due to the restricted access and tight corner involved in exiting the grounds via Gate 3.