|Posted by Mary Grant on December 16, 2019 at 7:20 PM||comments (9)|
OFFICIAL ACDS CALENDER EVENT DAYS FOR 2020
Red - Comeptitions / Ribbons Black - CCCDC Green - Hills club
AGRICUTURAL SHOWS FOR 2020
Wyong Shire Summer Show : 2nd Feb
Morisset Show : 8th-9th Feb www.morissetshow.org.au
Maitland District Show : 14th- 16th Feb , start 1pm www.maitlandshowsociety.com.au/
Newcastle District : 6th-8th March , start 8.30am www.newcastleshow.com.au
Canberra Royal Show : 28th Feb-1st March
Camden Show : 27th-28th March www.camdenhavenshow.org.au
Stroud : 17th- 19th April
Hawkesbury : 1st - 3rd May www.hawkesburyshow.com.au/
St Ives : 16th-17th May www.stivesshow.com.au
Penrith Show : 29th-30th August , harness mid morning, www.penrithshow.com.au
Wyong Shire Winter Show : 13th September
Singleton : 25th-27th September , Schedule available early July, www.singletonshow.com
Taree Show : 10th-11th October
Dungog Show : 13th- 14th November , Start after lunch. www.dungogshow.com.au
|Posted by Mary Grant on January 23, 2018 at 8:40 AM||comments (1)|
Pleasure drive at wollombi a huge success for our first run. Everyone keen on more. Next pleasure drive on this page, 4th March, keep an eye out for further details, and map of drive will be forwarded to all club members and friends as it gets closer.
Hot day but the early start prooved a success, the trail was cooler than expected at the start, mostly in shade, and beautiful scenery to match. The big horses powered on ahead and left little Pirate (mini donkey) and Roberts little white rocket to play catch up at their own pace. This worked very well as the little fellows found the drive just long enough, with the bigger carriages taking a slightly longer route ahead. Everyone returned safe and satisfied at the days event, and most of all had fun!
Quick meeting after and then all headed up to tavern for some well earned food and drinks. Even little Pirate joined the tavern crew at the tables for a few hot chips, yum yum. Thank you all for such great support for this event, perhaps next drive will have a drop in temperature, and bring bigger numbers. Apologies for those who could not make it due to weather and other issues, it was a great day. Please look in Gallery for all the Pictures on the day.
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|Posted by Mary Grant on November 17, 2010 at 8:55 AM||comments (0)|
Judging requirements and scoring at local Agricultural Shows having harness classes new to their venue is as follows:
Best presented is marked on overall presentation of vehicle, driver, harness and horse/pony.
· Must wear apron
· Must have driving whip
· If lantern holders present, must have lanterns attached and matches inside.
· Cleanliness of horse/pony and presentation, plaiting optional.
· Cleanliness and safety of vehicle, wheel bearings etc.
· Harness fitted accurately and correctly in draft
· Drivers presentation satisfactory, helmets compulsory for under aged drivers (17yrs
>, head attire must be worn by all other drivers.
Overall marks 50% horse/pony
10% driving ability and use of aids
10% harness and correct fitting
Horse and pony classes, heavy horses may compete in open horse over 14hh only.
· This is marked solely on the horse/pony performance, balance, movement and
obedience to aids of driver.· You do not loose marks for pneumatic tyres, training
Driver classes are marked solely on the driver and effectiveness of their aids; ie whip, voice, reins, contact, vehicles balance (two wheelers only)
· Must have a whip, apron, hat, appropriate shoe wear and gloves.
· Young driver <17yrs must have a groom and an accompanied adult driver prior to
entering show ring. This is FEI and EA and ACDS requirements.
For detailed Show Judge Requirments refer to ACDS