This Saturday the weather forecast is for a fairly chilly 14 degrees, but one thing that will be warm is the reception you'll get if you head out to Neville for their annual show.
Neville is renowned for its horse events and this year Central Tablelands Working Equitation will be hosting a ring.
This is the first time this group has attended the Neville show.
Working Equitation has four phases, dressage, obstacles for style EOH, obstacles for speed and team cattle penning.
Three of which will most likely be on display at the show.
Secretary / vice president Kate Burrell said that the horse events are a highlight of the show.
"These are great events to watch with plenty for both the riders, horses and spectators to learn from," she said.
Points earned at the equestrian events all go towards the Royal Show but Mrs Burrell said that there was a special section which is all about having fun.
"We have the kids fun ring again this year and that's always great," she said.
The dog high-jump is always a spectacle as hound after hound attempts to get over the ever increasing height of the boards onto the back of the truck.
Everyone can bring their own pets too for the pet show.
The first 50 children that come through the gates will also recieve a show bag courtesy of Bernardis Blayney and the Royal Agricultural Society.
The newly renovated pavilion and new fencing will be in action also.
The show begins at 10am this Saturday and gate prices are $5 per adult, $2 per child and $15 per family.