All dogs big and small at Blayney show

Our four legged friends have always played an important part of our show and we host multiple events for our canine friends.

Megan Price

Megan Price

Some of those popular events include the yard dog trials, the wet nose, tail wagging pet dog show, the dog high jump and the championship show dogs.

Popular events include the yard dog trials, the wet nose, tail wagging pet dog show, the dog high jump and the championship show dogs.

Erin Telford

The ‘Wet Nose, Tail Wagging’ Pet dog show is a competition for pet dogs, with eleven categories including, most like owner, most odd couple, best dressed dog/puppy, tallest and smallest dog, cutest dog/puppy, waggliest tail, best trick done by a dog, best biscuit catcher, musical bowls and speed sit.

Registration is at 10.15am, with a gold coin donation per canine.

There are some great prizes to be won, so bring down your four legged friend for a great day out.

Dogs must be on a leash at all times and have up to date vaccinations.

The yard dog trials are always a favourite; with categories for open, novice and local.

Prizes are awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd placegetters in each category. 

For more information contact Chris Stapleton on 63370366.

The Dog High Jump Competition is open to all dogs and is divided into three classes; small dogs under 30cmm, medium under 55cm and large dogs over 55cm.

Dogs will have three attempts to get over a height, if the dog is unsuccessful on the third attempt, they will be disqualified, the dog to successfully jump the greatest height with the least number of attempts will win.

There are some great prizes to be won. Registration for the event is at 2.15pm, with event start time at 2.30pm.

For further information on the competition categories at the show, be sure to grab a copy of the Blayney Show Schedule that is now available at many local businesses within the shire and is also currently available on the facebook page, www.facebook.com/BlayneyShow.

Anyone interested in holding a stall please contact Helen Burton on 6368 2270