It’s the youngest show on the calendar, but what the Neville show may lack in its own history, it really is making up for it with not only a tremendous range of activities this Saturday, but a tilt of the hat to the sacrifices made by others in the past.
Here is our list of the must see activities at the Neville Show.
Battle of Beersheba Remembrance
Nyasa Phillips will be wondering around the Neville Show in full Camel Corps regalia to remember those brave men who fought in this and other battles 100 years ago.
Also Warren Lewis from Orange will be at the show with an amazing display of World War One memorabilia.
Bygone Days Craft Display
Not only does Neville have a great display of craft every year, but with history being an important element this year there will be a special display of craft at this year’s show.
Items from previous rural shows, and some family hand-me-downs, will take pride of place in a special, not to be judged, display.
Horses are bigger than ever
This year the horse displays have grown and of course includes te Tiny Tots section with categories that include the fattest pony, best groomed pony, shaggiest pony, longest tail and most colourful pony and rider.
Also for the first time the Harness category will be run after the supreme ridden classes.
SHOW GOLD COIN JACKPOT CATTLE
You are eligible to enter into the local show gold coin jackpot if your animal attends Woodstock, Carcoar and Neville Shows. The winning animals name will be picked out of the hat for your chance to win $100.
The recipe for this year’s competition is a banana cake with lemon icing and the recipe can be found in the Neville Show program schedule.
Always a popular event the Ute Roundup sees prizes being awarded to best country ute with a boot, best chick ute, best B&S ute and best feral ute plus many more.
Entry fee is only $4 and there are seven classes to compete in.