Information for Beef Cattle Caged Birds Donkey Horse Pavillion Ute Muster Schedules

Section Managers / Contacts

Animal Nursery: Mrs Ann Hosking 4975 1359
Beef Cattle: Mrs Jo Hill 4975 6129 or 0416 051 545
Caged Birds: Rodney Gardiner 4975 7507
Dairy Goats: Mrs Desley Golightly 4936 2940
Dogs: Bob Collins
Horses: Ms Tanya Goodman 4975 1166 or 0448 664 501

Pavilions: Mrs Evelyn Witheridge 4978 1320 or 0419 759 306
Poultry: Mr Terry Taylor 0459 756 726
Trade Sites: Mrs Kaylene Hooley 0427 736 506
Ute Muster: Katrina Howatt 0437 847 007
Woodchop / Chainsaw: Mr Ross Cullen 4975 7264
Announcer: Alan Henderson

Beef Cattle Schedule

Proudly supported by:

Claude, Thelma & Geoffrey Streeter
Ross & Paula Rideout
Wycheproof Cattle Company
Andrew & Roxanne Olive
Rodney & Kym Hannant
Creed Grazing Co
Don & Marylin Berrie
Rhonda, Karen & Gavin Ware
Geoffrey & Karen Streeter
Mt Larcom State Emergency Services
Mt Larcom State School
Elders Real Estate, Gladstone
Rob & Sharon Carkeet
Graham & Anthea Adams
Jenny Grother
Keith & Jo Hill
Kerry Waldon
Les & Barbara Smith
Wayne & Sandra Ahchay
Mt Larcom Feed Shed
Bundaberg Molasses – Prolix
Gladstone Ports Corporation
QGC

If your sponsorship has been accidentally omitted, please accept our sincere apologies.

Patron’s Message

As the very active Committee all work towards the Mount Larcom & District Show for 2017, we thank all sponsors, volunteers, exhibitors and the general public for their continued support to enable the Show to be the success it has been in the past and looking forward to a bigger and better Show in 2017.

Jean Peters (Patron)
Honorary Life Member

Office Bearers

President Ms Tania Goodman:

  • 4975 1166
  • 0448 882 917 (m)

Vice President Ms Helena Sant:

  • 0400 964 366

Show Office (9am—4.00pm from 10th June): 07 4975 1170
Pavilion Office Open 9.00am – 4.00pm from 10th June: 0419 759 306

Beef Cattle Committee

Manager Jo Hill
485 Taragoola Road, Calliope, 4680
Ph: 4975 6129 (h) Fax: 49756129 Mobile: 0416 051 545
Email: castletower@westnet.com.au

Members:
Graham & Anthea Adams; Wayne & Sandra Ahchay; Don & Marylin Berrie; Rob & Sharon Carkeet; Rodney and Kym Hannant; Keith & Jo Hill; Rob Macdonald; Ross & Paula Rideout; Peter & Tenille Smith; Les & Barbara Smith; Geoffrey & Karen Streeter; Kerry Waldon; Rhonda Ware.

Our sincere thank you to all generous donors and sponsors, and to those who give many hours of voluntary work. Thank you also to the judges and exhibitors for their contributions and support. A small committee runs the Mt Larcom Show and help in any form is always greatly appreciated.

Exhibitors General Regulations

The attention of intending exhibitors is drawn to the fact that entries are accepted subject to the rules of the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies and the constitution and rules of the Society in addition to any special regulations which appear within this schedule.

  1. Entry forms shall be signed by the exhibitor and give details of full name, address, phone number, description of exhibit and section and class number in which they wish to compete. Entry fees must be paid with the entry and lodged with the section manager by the allocated time. Exhibitors must complete an ATO Statement by a Supplier form.
  2. The Society will not be responsible for any accident caused through or by the exhibit, and will not under any circumstances hold itself responsible for any loss of the exhibit or any damage done thereto. An Exhibitors Waiver form must be completed for every competitor.
  3. The Society reserves the right to refuse any entry without giving their reasons for doing so.
  4. For display only (not for competition), the Society may receive any item not specified in the schedule, provided there is sufficient space.
  5. There must be no switching of nominations on Show days, unless the Show Society personnel have made a genuine mistake.
  6. Any exhibit suffering from any infectious or contagious disease shall be reported immediately to the section manager who shall order its removal and/or veterinary attendance.
  7. No decoration or award card except such as provided by the committee shall be placed on any exhibit or affixed thereto at the exhibition then being held.
  8. Exhibits entered in the wrong class by the exhibitor may be transferred to the proper class by the section manager/stewards.
  9. The Society reserves the right to cancel or change any event or class or substitute a judge where or when deemed necessary.
  10. The prizes will be awarded subject to the appended regulations and conditions and notes set forth in the prize schedule and are to be the conditions of competition.
  11. The prize awards affixed to all exhibits shall be distinguished by the following colours – blue for First, red for Second, white for Third, purple for Champion, green for Reserve Champion.
  12. No duplicate ribbons, cards or trophies will be issued.
  13. Prize money and trophies will not be posted and will be forfeited to the Society if not claimed by 31 July 2015.
  14. Judges may choose not to award prizes in classes in which the exhibits are not considered to possess sufficient merit.
  15. All matters in dispute shall be subject to the decision of the committee appointed for such purposes.
  16. No protest will be considered unless lodged with the secretary, in writing within one hour of completion of the event or by 4.00pm on Saturday of the Show, enclosing $50 which will be forfeited to the Society’s funds should the protest be considered frivolous. Protests will only be received from competitors in the class questioned.
  17. Any person, whether competitor or not, who in the opinion of the committee behaves in an offensive or threatening or insulting manner, either inside or outside, to any official or judge or member of the public shall be liable to disqualification from further competition and shall be liable to be removed from the grounds.
  18. Any exhibitor or his agent who shall make a false report and give misleading information or suppress necessary information respecting any exhibit shall be held to have forfeited any prize gained by these means. The exhibit and the exhibitor together with the agent may be disqualified and the matter referred to the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies.

Friday 23 June 2017 Program

An official of the Beef Section will be available on Friday evening to assist campers and finalize entries as required. The Show Canteen will be open, food and soft drinks will be on sale.

Saturday 24 June 2017 Ring Program

Complimentary Morning Tea

Vouchers will be issued to Beef Cattle exhibitors, judges and sponsors for free morning tea available from 9am to 11am. Morning tea will also be on sale to the public.

8am Young Judges Competition

9am Commencement of Judging

Ring 1

  • 9.00am
  • Bill Robertson Toyota Interbreed Championship
  • Elders Real Estate Led Steer Competition

Ring 2

  • 9.00am
  • Triumph Financial Planning Small Breeds Competition
  • Junior Paraders Competition

11am SBB & Genesis Pour-on Commercial Cattle Competition judging announcements and presentations

1pm Grand Parade

All livestock and display exhibitors are encouraged to participate in the Grand Parade. It is the responsibility of the owner of the animal to ensure that the leader is capable of exercising control over the animal in their care. If judging is not finished in time for the Grand Parade, it will recommence immediately thereafter.

Junior Paraders to follow Grand Parade

2:30pm CQ Sub-Chamber Regional Junior Paraders Final

Beef Cattle Conditions

Goods & Services Tax

  • ABN – The Society’s ABN is 57 504 623 342.
  • Entry Forms – Exhibitors must complete the “Statement by Exhibitor” section on the entry form advising their taxation status.
  • Entry Fees – All entry fees are GST inclusive and are non-refundable.
  • Prize Money – Prize money stated in the schedule excludes GST. GST will be added to the prize money on a “Recipient Created Tax Invoice” for exhibitors who are registered for GST.

Admission & Departure

  • Admission Charges – There are no free passes issued to exhibitors. Daily show admission charges are Adults $15, School Students and pensioners $5. A Family Pass for $35 will cover two adults and up to three children. Exhibitors must purchase an armband at the gate. Armbands must be worn at all times to receive service on the showgrounds. Gates will be manned from Friday.
  • Vehicles – Exhibitors and vehicles carrying stock or equipment are to use the second entrance (top gate) to the showgrounds. These vehicles can remain on the showgrounds, parked behind the beef cattle facilities. Please keep vehicle movement to a minimum.
  • Cattle – Commercial Cattle must be yarded by 5.00pm Friday and must remain on the showgrounds until 2.00pm Sunday. All other cattle must be on the showgrounds by 8.00am Saturday and permitted to depart after 4.30pm on Saturday, however for the purpose of promoting the beef cattle industry and offering an attraction to the public, it is encouraged that these cattle also remain on the showgrounds also until 2.00pm Sunday.

Camping

  • Fee – Exhibitors intending to camp are required to purchase a camping permit at $20 per camp, which covers two persons for up to 3 nights. Extra persons will be charged $5 each as camping fee. Schools will be offered a camp site at $20 to include all students and teachers/supervisors.
  • Electricity – There is limited power available for camping purposes. Power leads and electrical appliances are to display a current tag indicating that it has been tested and approved by an authorised person in accordance with the requirements of the Workplace, Health and Safety Act.
  • Amenities – a toilet block is located within the beef cattle camping area. There are showering facilities near the horse area and behind the RSL buildings at the main entrance.

Cattle Shelter, Bedding & Fodder

  • A shed and/or marquees will be available for stud cattle staying overnight, however exhibitors must provide details on their entry form to assist the committee to provide this cover.
  • All attempts will be made to obtain sawdust or hay to bed cattle on, however this cannot be guaranteed. If available, it will be at no cost to the exhibitor.
  • It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to provide all fodder requirements for their cattle. Feed and barley straw for bedding is available from the Mt Larcom Produce (Ph: 4975 1220) by prior arrangement. .

National Livestock Identification System

  • The Mt Larcom Showgrounds PIC is QECL0639.
  • Cattle will be scanned on arrival or very shortly thereafter. Your patience and assistance with this process will be greatly appreciated.
  • All cattle must be accompanied by an accurate and fully completed National Vendor Declaration or Queensland Way Bill. A legible copy of this travel document must be handed over to the Show Committee for their record keeping when cattle are being scanned in. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to ensure they already have a copy if the same travel document is used for the return journey from the showgrounds.
  • The Show Committee will notify the database of all sighted cattle movements within 48 hours of cattle leaving the showgrounds. The sighted cattle transaction is used to record the presence of ‘animals of interest’ sighted on the showground without having to record a transfer of the cattle to and from a PIC of residence.

Entry Conditions

  • Refer to “Exhibitors – General Regulations” at the end of this schedule as well as addition conditions for each section.
  • All exhibitors must have Public Liability Insurance and to have the same endorsed for traveling to affiliated Agricultural Shows.Stud cattle must be registered in the name of the owner in a properly constituted herd book of the relevant breed association and must comply with the rules and regulations of the relevant breed association. Proof of registration or eligibility to register is to be made available if requested by the manager/steward.
  • All animals must bear a brand, tattooed or fire, and the brand stated on the entry form.
  • Calves may compete as an individual or may parade with their dam in any class she may be entered in, but not both.
  • All bulls 6 months and over being shown as an individual, must be fitted with a nose ring and led with a nose ring and halter. All other cattle must be led with a nose grip and halter.
  • The wearing of a dustcoat during judging is optional.

Cattle Ages

The age of cattle shall be the actual age as at 1 June 2017.
Interbreed Classes
Under 9 months ……………………………………………………… 02/09/2016 onwards
9 to under 12 months ……………………………………… 02/06/2016 to 01/09/2016
12 to under 15 months …………………………………….. 02/03/2016 to 01/06/2016
15 to under 17 months ……………………………………… 02/01/2016 to 01/03/2016
17 to under 19 months ………………………………………. 02/11/2015 to 01/01/2016
19 to under 21 months ………………………………………. 02/09/2015 to 01/11/2015
21 to under 24 months …………………………………….. 02/06/2015 to 01/09/2015
24 to under 30 months …………………………………….. 02/12/2014 to 01/06/2015
30 months and over ………………………………….. up to and including 01/12/2014
Small Breeds Classes
Under 12 months ……………………………………………………… 02/06/2015 onwards
12 to under 24 months …………………………………….. 02/06/2014 to 01/06/2015
24 months and over ………………………………….. up to and including 01/06/2014

Interbreed Championship

Entries Close Friday, 9 June 2017
Entry Fee $7.70
Class Prizes:

  • 1 – 18 First $30, Second $20, Third $10 plus ribbons to third place
  • 19 – 21 First $10, Second $5 plus ribbons to third place

Judging Saturday, 24 June – 09.00am Classes

  1. Bull, under 9 months
  2. Bull, 9 to under 12 months
  3. Bull, 12 to under 15 months

CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION BULL CALF

4. Bull, 15 to under 17 months
5. Bull, 17 to under 19 months
6. Bull, 19 to under 21 months

CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL

7. Bull, 21 to under 24 months
8. Bull, 24 to under 30 months
9. Bull, 30 months and over

CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR BULL Champion Bull Exhibit

10. Heifer, under 9 months
11. Heifer, 9 to under 12 months
12. Heifer, 12 to under 15 months

CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION HEIFER CALF

13. Heifer, 15 to under 17 months
14. Heifer, 17 to under 19 months
15. Heifer, 19 to under 21 months

CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER

16. Female, 21 to under 24 months
17. Female, 24 to under 30 months
18. Female, 30 months and over

CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE
CHAMPION FEMALE EXHIBIT
SUPREME CHAMPION
19. EXHIBITORS GROUP
(3 head, both sexes represented and to have been exhibited in their respective classes by the same exhibitor/owner
20. SIRE’S PROGENY
(3 head, both sexes represented by the same sire and to have been exhibited in their respective classes by the same exhibitor/owner; include sire’s name on nomination form)
21. DAM’S PROGENY
(2 head, to have been exhibited in their respective classes by the same exhibitor/owner; include dam’s name on nomination form)

Small Breeds Competition

Entries Close Friday, 9 June 2017
Entry Fee $5.50
Class Prizes

  • 22-26 First $20, Second $10 Third $5
  • 28-29 First $10, Second $5

Judging Saturday, 24 June – 9 AM
Classes

22. Bull 6 – 12 months
Champion and Reserve Bull Calf

23. Bull 12 – 24 months
Champion and Reserve Junior Bull

24. Bull 24 months and over
Champion and Reserve Senior Bull
Champion Bull Exhibit

25. Female 6 – 12 months
Champion and Reserve Heifer Calf

26. Female 12 to under 24 months
Champion and Reserve Champion Junior Heifer

27. Female 24 months and over
Champion and Reserve Senior Female
Champion Female Exhibit

SUPREME CHAMPION

28. Exhibitors Group
(3 head, pure bred or grade, shown by the same exhibitor)

29. Sire’s or Dam’s Progeny
(2 head, pure bred or grade; include sire’s or dam’s name on nomination form)

Led Steer Competition

Entries Close Friday, 9 June, 2017
Entry Fee $7.70
Class Prizes

  • First $30
  • Second $20
  • Third $10
  • Plus ribbons to third place

Judging Saturday, 24 June to follow interbreed judging

Classes

30. Local Led Steer (owner to be a resident of the Gladstone Region)
31. Local led heifer (owner to be a resident of the Gladstone Region, Animal may be shown in another class if registered)
32. Led Steer, milk teeth, up to 500 kg
33. Led Steer, milk teeth, 500 kg and over

CHAMPION LED STEER (between winners of Class 32 and 33) – $100
All steers will be weighed on Saturday morning prior to commencement of the show.
Heifers will not be weighed Friday, 9 June, 2017

Young Judges Competition

Entries Nominations will be accepted on the day.
Entry Fee Free
Class Prizes

  • First $20
  • Second $10
  • Third $5 plus ribbons to third place

Judging 8.00am Saturday, 24 June 2017

Classes
The grouping of ages (up to 25 years of age as at 1 May 2017) into two classes will be determined upon nominations received.

Commercial Cattle Competition+

Entries Close Refer to Additional Conditions below
Entry Fee $11
Class Prizes

  • First $60 and trophy
  • Second $40
  • Third $20 plus sashes to fourth place

Judging Saturday, 24 June 2017
Additional Conditions
A. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per class with an option to enter more if pens are available.
B. On receipt of the completed entry form and fees by the cattle committee, entries will be accepted on a ‘first in first served’ basis until all pens are filled or by Friday, 8 June, whichever is the sooner
C. After 9 June, if there are pens available, the cattle committee will approach exhibitors who expressed an interest to enter more.
D. Cattle are to comprise of any recognised beef breed or the crosses of same. The exhibitor at the time of making entry must stipulate the breed of the cattle or its cross for recording on the pen signs. If the exhibitor does not do this, it will be recorded at the discretion of the cattle committee.
E. All cattle are to be yarded by 5pm Friday, remain on the grounds for the two days of the Show, to depart after 2PM on Sunday. To minimise delays and bruising and to scan NLIS tags, exhibitors are encouraged to arrive as early as possible on Friday.
F. Once cattle are penned on arrival, exhibitors must feed and water their cattle.
Exhibitors are to supply their own fodder and trough for water and are responsible for feeding and watering their cattle throughout the Show. Water hoses will be supplied.
G. All cattle are to be polled or effectively de-horned (not showing any regrowth in excess of 3cm). Fresh horn wounds not allowed.
H. All cattle in the one entry are to be bred and owned by the exhibitor and must carry the one original brand.
I. Cattle are to be HGP free.
J. Steers may be mouthed at random. Heifers will be pregnancy tested in the event of a dispute.
K. The cattle committee has the right to request the removal of cattle that they may consider to be distressed or ill.
L. Life disqualification as determined by the cattle committee may be implemented for incorrectly exhibiting in relation to these conditions.
M. Any dispute that arises shall be decided by not less than three members of the cattle committee and their decision shall be final.

Classes
34. Pen of 3 steers, milk teeth only, grass fed only
35. Pen of 3 replacement unjoined heifers, grass fed only
36. Pen of 2 cow/calf units, grass fed only

BEST INDIVIDUAL STEER
(Selected from all cattle in Class 34) – Perpetual Trophy donated by Kevin & Kellie Lucke. No replica will be given.

BEST INDIVIDUAL HEIFER
(Selected from all cattle in Class 35) – Perpetual Trophy donated by the Beef Committee. No replica will be given.

Junior Paraders Competition

Entries Close Saturday, 24 June, 2017 – 11 AM (nominations taken on the day)
Entry Fee Free
Class Prizes

  • First $20
  • Second $10
  • Third $5 plus ribbons to third place

Judging Saturday, 24 June 2017 to follow breed judging

Classes
The grouping of ages (up to 25 years of age as at 1 May 2017) into classes will be determined upon nominations received.

CHAMPION PARADER
(must be over 15 years old to represent Mt Larcom in the CQ Sub-Chamber Regional Final to be judged later in the day)

Central Queensland Sub-Chamber Regional

JUNIOR PARADERS FINAL

Entries Close Saturday, 24 June – nominations are to be lodged by the respective Show Society that the Junior Parader is representing. Entrants can email their nominations to Jo Hill (castletower@westnet.com.au) prior to the day, or fax on 49756129.

Entry Fee Free

Prize Prize money $200 will be presented to the winner who will then represent the CQ Sub-Chamber of Agricultural Societies at the State Final held at the RNA in August. If he/she is unable to attend, the next highest placed available contestant is eligible.

Judging Saturday, 24 June – to follow Junior Paraders

Caged Birds Schedule

Patron’s Message

I consider it a privilege to be Patron of the Mt Larcom Show. I would urge all residents of the region to support our Show in whatever way possible. Congratulations to all volunteers for organising this annual event. My best wishes to all competitors, exhibitors and patrons and may you all enjoy the show.

Jean Peters (Patron)
Honorary Life Member

Office Bearers

President Ms Tania Goodman:

  • 4975 1166
  • 0448 664 501

Vice President Ms Helena Sant:

  • 0400 964 366

Secretary Rob Gibb

  • 0428 189 939

Show Office (9am—4.00pm from 19th June): 07 4975 1170
Pavilion Office Open 9.00am – 4.00pm from 12th June: 4975 1359

Our sincere thank you to all generous donors and sponsors, and to those who give many hours of voluntary work. Thank you also to the judges and exhibitors for their contributions and support. A small committee runs the Mt Larcom Show and help in any form is always greatly appreciated.

Exhibitors General Regulations

  1. The attention of the intending exhibitor is drawn to the fact that entries are subject to the rules of the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies, and the rules of this Society in addition to any special regulations, which appear in this schedule
  2. No late phone nominations accepted
  3. Exhibitors must be bona fide owner of the exhibit
  4. Exhibit cannot compete in more than one class
  5. Entry form must be completed in detail, signed and lodged with entry fee to the Manager by the allotted time
  6. The Society will not be responsible for any loss or accident caused through or by the exhibit and will not under any circumstances hold itself responsible for any loss of the exhibit or any kind of damage done thereto
  7. The Society reserves the right to refuse any entry
  8. The Society may receive any bird for display only and will be marked accordingly
  9. There can be no switching of a nomination after it is lodged unless a genuine mistake has been made
  10. Any exhibit found suffering from any infection, disease or lice can and will be removed by the Manager
  11. No awards except such as provided by the Society shall be placed on exhibit
  12. The Manger may transfer exhibits entered in the wrong class to the correct class
  13. The Society reserves the right to substitute a judge when and where necessary
  14. The Society reserves the right to change, cancel or substitute any class
  15. The prizes are awarded subject to regulations, conditions and notes set out in this schedule and are conditions of the competition
  16. No duplicate ribbons or cards will be issued
  17. Prize money or trophies will not be posted and will be forfeited to the Society if not claimed by the next general meeting of the Society held on the third Sunday of the month
  18. When there are insufficient numbers (three or less) in a class, the Judge can refrain from making an award
  19. All matters in dispute shall be the decision of the committee appointed for such purpose
  20. No protest will be considered unless lodged in writing by 4pm Saturday of the Show. Protest fee of $20 will be forfeited to the Society should the matter be considered frivolous. Protest will only be accepted from competitor/s in the class in question
  21. Any person, whether a competitor or not, who in the opinion of the committee behaves in an offensive, or insulting manner, either inside or outside, to any official or Judge or a member of the public shall be removed from the grounds
  22. Any exhibitor or his agent who shall make false report and give misleading information regarding any exhibit shall forfeit any prize gained by these means. The exhibitor together with any agent may be disqualified and the matter referred to the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies
  23. Where there is a special gift or money awarded there will be no other prize money paid out for that category
  24. Reserve Champion will only be issued when the judging for Champion is very close

Caged Birds Section Information

Conditions Of Entry:

  • Entries close 10th June 2017
  • Entry fee is 50c paid on Show day
  • All vehicles must enter by back gate and be out of grounds by 8am sharp
  • Nominations must be processed quickly on arrival
  • Benching time is 7am. Birds will not be accepted after 8am. Judging commences 8.30am
  • Release time is 5pm and not before on the judging day
  • Exhibitors must adhere to all rules pertaining to this section
  • Food and water must be made available for all exhibits
  • Cage stickers to be on the left side of cage when facing cage

Prize Money:

  • Grand Champion: $30 donated by Connect Hearing Gladstone
  • Champion: $10 and a bag of bird seed donated by Feed Barn Gladstone (providing there are ten (10) or more entries in the section)
  • Section Best: $5 (providing there are five (5) or more in the section) First Place: $3
  • Second Place: $2 (providing there are three (3) or more in the section)
  • Champion Classes: Finch, Canary, Dove/Quail, Parrot, Budgerigar, Lovebird

Legend:

  • T Tick, one visible mark without handling C Clear, clear without handling
  • V Variegated
  • L.V Light variegated, light colour predominating
  • H.V Heavy variegated, heavy colour predominating
  • A.C Any colour
  • A.V Any variety
  • A.O.V Any other variety
  • A.O.C Any other colour
  • A.C.A.V Any colour any variety

Section Managers:
Rodney and Valerie Gardiner 6 Capricornia Drive
Calliope Qld 4680
T: 07 4975 7507
M: 0427 507 945

Caged Birds Program – Saturday 24th June 2017

Doves/Quail – Champion – Rosette

Doves

1. Diamond dove A.C
2. Peaceful dove A.C
3. Ringneck dove A.C.A.V
4. Wonga
5. Crested Bronzewing
6. Common Bronzewing
7. Bronzewing A.O.V
8. Bar Shouldered dove
9. Bleeding Heart A.V
10. White Fronted New Guinea
11. Talpacoti
12. Greenwing pigeon
13. Brown pigeon
14. A.O.V Australian dove or pigeon
15. A.O.V Foreign dove or pigeon

Quail
16. King Quail normal
17. King Quail A.O.C
18. Stubble
19. Brown or Swamp
20. A.O.V Australian quail
21. Bob White
22. Californian
23. A.O.V Foreign quail
24. A.O.V Partridge
25. A.O.V Pheasant or Peafowl

Lovebirds – Champion – Rosette

Lovebirds

189. Peachface normal green A.C
190. Peachface blue A.C
191. Peachface Sydney yellow
192. Peachface cinnamon A.C
193. Peachface ivory A.C
194. Peachface primrose A.C
195. Peachface silver cherry A.C.
196. Peachface pied A.C green
197. Peachface pied A.C blue
198. Peachface lutino or cremino
199. Peachface A.O.C
200. Mask normal
201. Mask blue
202. Mask A.O.C
203. Fischer normal
204. Fischer A.O.C
205. Nyassa A.C
206. A.O.C Lovebird

Finch – Champion – Rosette

Australian Finch (Zebra Finch Section Best -­ $5)

26. Zebra Grey
27. Zebra Fawn
28. Zebra Grey Series (Slate; Dilute; Blue; Silver)
29. Zebra Fawn Series (Beige; Cream; DK Cream; Cream Backed)
30. Zebra Marked White Series (Marked White; Chestnut Flanked)
31. Zebra Black Affected Series (Black Face; Black Bodied; Charcoal; Black Front; All A.C)
32. Zebra White Affected Series (White; Grizzle A.C; Pied A.C)
33. Zebra A.O.C/A.O.V (Qld Isabel; Yellow Bill A.C)
34. Zebra Non Standard Varieties

Zebra Finch Section Best -­‐ $5
35. Gouldian black head
36. Gouldian red head
37. Gouldian yellow head
38. Gouldian mutation A.C
39. Star yellow/red head (not mutation)
40. Star A.O.V
41. Longtail A.V
42. Longtail mutation A.C.A.V
43. Mask A.C.A.V
44. Black throat A.V
45. Black throat mutation A.C.A.V
46. Pictorella
47. Chestnut or yellow rump A.C
48. Embleema Picta A.C
49. Red Brown A.C.A.V
50. Double Bar A.C.A.V
51. Blood A.V
52. Plumhead A.C
53. Diamond Firetail/sparrow A.C
54. Blue Faced Parrot finch A.C
55. A.O.V Australian finch

Foreign Finch
56. Java sparrow blue
57. Java sparrow fawn
58. Java sparrow white
59. Java sparrow pied A.C
60. A.O.C Java
61. Singer A.C.A.V
62. Bengalese A.C.A.V
63. Cutthroat or Aberdeen
64. Nun A.C.A.V
65. Cordon blue A.C.A.V
66. Ruddy A.C.A.V
67. Orange breast A.C
68. Cuban
69. Aurora
70. Melba
71. Parrot finch A.V
72. Parrot finch mutation A.C.A.V
73. Saint Helena A.C
74. Strawberry A.V
75. Weaver A.V
76. A.O.V Foreign finch

Canary – Champion – Rosette

Yorkshire

77. T or L.V yellow, buff cinnamon or green
78. H.V or self yellow, buff cinnamon or green
79. A.O.V Yorkshire

Norwich

80. T or L.V yellow, buff cinnamon or green
81. H.V or self yellow cinnamon or green
82. A.O.C Norwich

Border Fancy

83. C yellow
84. T or L.V yellow, cinnamon or green
85. H.V or self yellow, cinnamon or green
86. C buff
87. T or L.V buff
88. H.V or self buff
89. A.O.C New colour

New Colour Canary

90. C red
91. T.L.V red
92. C apricot
93. T or L.V apricot
94. H.V or bronze apricot
95. A.O.C New colour

Gloster Consort

96. C yellow
97. T or L.V yellow
98. H.V or self yellow cinnamon or green
99. C Buff
100. T or L.V buff cinnamon or green
101. H.V or self buff cinnamon or green
102. A.O.C Consort
103. A.O.V Canary

Gloster Corona

104. C yellow
105. T or L.V yellow, cinnamon or green
106. C Buff
107. T or L.V buff cinnamon or green
108. H.V or self buff cinnamon or green
109. A.O.C Corona
110. A.O.V Canary

Fife

111. C yellow
112. T or L.V yellow, cinnamon or green
113. H.V or Self yellow, cinnamon or green
114. C Buff
115. T or L.V Buff
116. H.V or self buff
117. A.O.C Fife

Caged Birds Program – Saturday 24th June 2017

Budgerigar – Champion – Rosette

Budgerigar

207. Normal green/greygreen C or H
208. Normal blue, violet or cobalt C or H
209. Normal grey C or H
210. Blackeyed self-­‐coloured C or H
211. Lutino C or H
212. Albino C or H
213. Clearwing C or H
214. Cinnamon wing C or H
215. Opaline C or H (includes blackeyed, clearwing, greywing, cinnamonwing)
216. Clearbody C or H
217. Lacewing C or H
218. Fallow C or H
219. Yellow face blue/grey C or H ( includes blackeyed, albino, greywing, cinnamon, lacewing, opaline, spangle double factor, fallow)
220. Spangle C or H A.O.S.V (includes greywing, cinnamon, opaline, fallow, yellow face)
221. Dominant pied C or H (includes greywing, cinnamon, opaline, fallow, yellow face, spangle)
222. Danish recessive pied C or H
223. Crested Cor H
224. Budgerigar Cor H A.O.V/A.O.C
225. Pair Budgerigars A.V/A.C

Parrot – Champion – Rosette

Australian Parrots

118. Cockatiel normal
119. Cockatiel lutino normal
120. Cockatiel platinum normal
121. Cockatiel cinnamon normal
122. Cockatiel pearl A.C normal
123. Cockatiel pied normal
124. Cockatiel pied cinnamon normal
125. Cockatiel pearl pied A.C normal
126. Cockatiel pied A.O.C normal
127. Cockatiel A.O.C normal
128. Cockatiel White face normal
129. Cockatiel White face pearl pied A.C
130. Cockatiel White face pied A.O.C
131. Cockatiel A.O.C
132. Scarlet normal
133. Scarlet A.O.C
134. Turquoisine normal
135. Turquoisine A.O.C
136. Bourke normal
137. Bourke A.O.V
138. Elegant normal
139. Elegant A.V.C
140. A.O.V Neophema
141. Rainbow Lorikeet
142. Red Collared Lorikeet
143. Scally Breasted Lorikeet
144. Musk Lorikeet A.C

Parrot – Champion – Rosette

145. Lorikeet small A.O.V
146. Lorikeet large A.O.V
147. Rosella pale head A.C.A.V
148. Rosella crimson A.C.A.V
149. Rosella eastern A.C.A.V
150. Rosella western A.C.A.V
151. Rosella A.O.V
152. Red rump normal
153. Red rump lutino
154. Red rump cinnamon
155. Red rump blue A.C.A.V
156. Red rump opaline A.C
157. Red rump A.O.C
158. Mulga A.C
159. Hooded A.C
160. Blue bonnet A.c
161. Psephotas A.O.V
162. Superb
163. Princess normal
164. Princess A.O.C
165. Regent
166. Crimson Wing
167. King
168. 28 or Port Lincoln
169. Buln-­‐Buln/Mallee Ringneck
170. Cloncurry
171. Australian parrot A.O.V
172. White Cockatoo
173. Corella A.V
174. Galah A.C.
175. Major Mitchelle A.C
176. Cockatoo A.O.V

Mount Larcom Show Society sincerely thanks our sponsors for the caged birds section

Donkey Schedule

Class 1 Best Presented
Class 2 Led Jenny DABSA Registered
Class 3 Led Gelding DABSA Registered
Class 4 Led Mule/Hinny DABSA Registered
Class 5 Led Donkey /Mule unregistered

Lunch Break (1/2hour)

Class 6 Led ridder
Class 7 Ridden donkey
Class 8 Ridden Trail
Class 9 Led Trail
Class 10 Long Rein
Class 11 Pack

General Rules

1. No Jacks over 2 years
2. All Donkeys to be registered with DASBA for classes 2, 3 and 4
3. No donkey or mule may enter the grounds unless entered at the show.
4. Any unruly animal may be excused from classes.
5. Performance classes are open
6. Over use of a crop or whip is forbidden.
7. Riders to wear helmets of Australian Standard and suitable heeled shoes
or boots
8.All competitors under 16 years must be accompanied by adult.
9. Riders under 4 must be led.
10. Neat and tidy appropriate attire in all classes. No open toe shoes or sandals in ring.
11. Obstacles could be selected from…hay bales, tarps, 44 gallon drums, witches hats
electric fence post. Rubber matting, rails, bunting, flags, gate, bridge,
jumps, and may require donkey to go over, round, through, or beside.
THE SHOW ORGANISERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO COMBINE ,AMALGAMATE,DIVIDE OR CANCEL ANY CLASSES TO FACILITATE
SMOOTH RUNNING AND ACCOMMODATE RING CONDITIONS
All exhibitors must pay entry and camping fee and have a signed waiver form on entry to the show grounds. (see Beef Schedule Entry Form for prices and Waiver form.) Payment can be made on the day. Pens will be available for donkeys staying overnight if pre booked with Tracey Hillier.
All enquiries to Tracey Hillier ( 0409063015 or email samarapaluda@me.com)

Poultry Schedule

Patron’s Message

I consider it a privilege to be Patron of the Mt Larcom Show. I would urge all residents of the region to support our Show in whatever way possible. Congratulations to all volunteers for organising this annual event. My best wishes to all competitors, exhibitors and patrons and may you all enjoy the show.

Jean Peters (Patron)
Honorary Life Member

Office Bearers

President Ms Tania Goodman:

  • 4975 1166
  • 0448 664 501

Vice President Ms Helena Sant:

  • 0400 964 366

Secretary Rob Gibb

  • 0428 189 939

Show Office (9am—4.00pm from 19th June): 07 4975 1170
Pavilion Office Open 9.00am – 4.00pm from 12th June: 4975 1359

Our sincere thank you to all generous donors and sponsors, and to those who give many hours of voluntary work. Thank you also to the judges and exhibitors for their contributions and support. A small committee runs the Mt Larcom Show and help in any form is always greatly appreciated.

Exhibitors General Regulations

1. The attention of the intending exhibitor is drawn to the fact that entries are subject to the rules of the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies, and the rules of this Society in addition to any special regulations, which appear in this schedule
2. No late phone nominations accepted
3. Exhibitors must be bona fide owner of the exhibit
4. Exhibit cannot compete in more than one class
5. Entry form must be completed in detail, signed and lodged with entry fee to the Manager by the allotted time
6. The Society will not be responsible for any loss or accident caused through or by the exhibit and will not under any circumstances hold itself responsible for any loss of the exhibit or any kind of damage done thereto
7. The Society reserves the right to refuse any entry
8. The Society may receive any bird for display only and will be marked accordingly
9. There can be no switching of a nomination after it is lodged unless a genuine mistake has been made
10. Any exhibit found suffering from any infection, disease or lice can and will be removed by the Manager
11. No awards except such as provided by the Society shall be placed on exhibit
12. The Manger may transfer exhibits entered in the wrong class to the correct class
13. The Society reserves the right to substitute a judge when and where necessary
14. The Society reserves the right to change, cancel or substitute any class
15. The prizes are awarded subject to regulations, conditions and notes set out in this schedule and are conditions of the competition
16. No duplicate ribbons or cards will be issued
17. Prize money or trophies will not be posted and will be forfeited to the Society if not claimed by the next general meeting of the Society held on the third Sunday of the month
18. When there are insufficient numbers (three or less) in a class, the Judge can refrain from making an award
19. All matters in dispute shall be the decision of the committee appointed for such purpose
20. No protest will be considered unless lodged in writing by 4pm Saturday of the Show. Protest fee of
$20 will be forfeited to the Society should the matter be considered frivolous. Protest will only be accepted from competitor/s in the class in question
21. Any person, whether a competitor or not, who in the opinion of the committee behaves in an offensive, or insulting manner, either inside or outside, to any official or Judge or a member of the public shall be removed from the grounds
22. Any exhibitor or his agent who shall make false report and give misleading information regarding any exhibit shall forfeit any prize gained by these means. The exhibitor together with any agent may be disqualified and the matter referred to the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies
23. Where there is a special gift or money awarded there will be no other prize money paid out for that category
24. Reserve Champion will only be issued when the judging for Champion is very close

Poultry Section Information

Conditions Of Entry:

  • Entries close 16th June 2017 Entry fee is $1 per entry
  • Penning 6.00am -­‐ 8am Sunday. Birds may be penned Saturday night by arrangement. All vehicles must enter by back gate and to be out of grounds as soon as birds are penned
  • Judging commences 8.30am sharp
  • All Birds will be judged to the Australian Poultry Standard and the Judge’s decision is final
  • Release time is 4pm – Birds will remain penned until released by the Chief Steward
  • No person will be allowed to handle birds during the show without the permission of the Chief Steward
  • No sick, diseased or vermon infested birds will be penned.
  • Exhibitors must adhere to all rules pertaining to this section
  • All birds must have water at all times, it is the exhibitors responsibility to water their birds
  • Although all care is taken Mount Larcom & District Show Society will not be held responsible for any accident, lose or injury to any exhibit. The exhibits at the sole risk of the exhibitor

Judge:
Alan Brennan

Section Managers:
Terry & Linda Taylor 36 Chamberlain Road
Burua Qld 4680
T: 07 4975 6726
M: 0459 756 726

Poultry Classes – Sunday 25th June 2017

1. Hardfeather Large
Champion Hardfeather -­‐ $ 35 & Sash
Reserve Champion Hardfeather -­‐ $ 20 & Sash

2. Softfeather Large
Champion Softfeather -­‐ $ 35 & Sash
Reserve Champion Softfeather -­‐ $ 20 & Sash

3. Hardfeather Bantam
Champion Hardfeather Bantam -­‐ $ 35 & Sash
Reserve Champion Hardfeather Bantam -­‐ $ 20 & Sash

4. Softfeather Bantam
Champion Softfeather Bantam -­‐ $ 35 & Sash
Reserve Champion Softfeather Bantam -­‐ $ 20 & Sash

5. Waterfowl
Champion Waterfowl -­‐ $ 35 & Sash
Reserve Champion Waterfowl -­‐ $ 20 & Sash

6. Junior Handler
Champion Junior Handler – Trophy

Grand Champion Bird of Show
Sash, $ 100 Prizemoney

Reserve Grand Champion Bird of Show
Sash, $ 50 Prizemoney

Mount Larcom Show Society sincerely thanks our sponsors for the caged birds section

Horses Schedule

The Mt Larcom & District Show Society sincerely thank the following generous supporters of the Horse Section of the 2017 Mt Larcom Show.

McCosker Contracting Pty Ltd
Cement Australia Pty Ltd
Matherson Crane Hire
Rockhampton Grammar School
Jones Flint & Pike
Mt Larcom Bowls Club
Ergon Energy
Jenny, Emma & Wade Bailey
Chris Trevor & Associates
Jenny Grother & Ivy Fraser
Harbour City Vet
Mt Larcom Feed Shed

Derek & Betty Grayson
Wayne Cowie
Leslie Single
RA & ME Henderson
Kyley Baker, Veronica Elliott, Tania, Ken and Brad Goodman
Julie Jenkinson
Hilston Grove Stud
Noel Ingrey Electrical Service
The Feed Barn, Gladstone
Cooloola Custom Stockfeed

If your donation has been accidentally omitted, please accept our sincere apologies.

Horse Section Major Sponsors

Patron’s Message

As the 2017 show is being organized, I wish all exhibitors a successful year, and a big thank you to all sponsors for your continues support. The society members are very grateful for all the wonderful volunteers who give up their time to help the Mt Larcom & district show the success it has become known for. My best wishes to all competitors, exhibitors and patrons and may you all enjoy the show.

Jean Peters (Patron)
Honorary Life Member

Office Bearers

President Ms Tania Goodman:

  • 4975 1166
  • 0448 882 917 (m)

Vice President Ms Helena Sant:

  • 0400 964 366

Assistant Secretary Mr. Gary Campbel:

  • 0417 739 622

Show Office (9am—4.00pm from 10th June): 07 4975 1170
Pavilion Office Open 9.00am – 4.00pm from 10th June: 0419 759 306

General Regulations

1. Tickets shall be signed by the exhibitor and give details of full name, address, phone number, description of exhibit and section and class number in which they wish to compete. Competitors who are registered for GST must complete an ATO Statement by a Supplier form.
2. The Society will not be responsible for any accident caused through or by the exhibit and will not under any circumstances hold itself responsible for any loss or misdelivery of the exhibit of any kind or any damage done thereto.
3. The Society reserves the right to refuse any entry without giving their reasons for doing so.
4. For display only (not for competition). The Society may receive any item not specified in the Schedule, provided there is sufficient space.
5. There must be no switching of nominations on Show Days, unless the Show Society officials have made a genuine mistake.
6. Any exhibit suffering from any infectious or contagious diseases shall be reported immediately to the Section Manager who shall order its removal.
7. No decoration or award card, except such as provided by the Committee shall be placed on any exhibit or affixed thereto at the Exhibition then being held.
8. Exhibits entered in the wrong class by the exhibitor may be transferred to the correct class by Managers / Stewards.
9. The Society reserves the right to add, cancel, change any event or class or the order of events or classes, or the prizemoney or prizes, or substitute a judge where or when deemed necessary.
10. The prizes will be awarded subject to the appended regulations and conditions and notes set forth in the Prize Schedule and are to be the conditions of competition.
11. The prize awards affixed to all exhibits shall be distinguished by the following colours
12. BLUE for first; RED for second; WHITE for third; PURPLE for Champion; GREEN for Reserve Champion.
13. No duplicate ribbons or cards will be issued.
14. Prizemoney and trophies will NOT be posted and will be forfeited to the Society if not claimed by 31st July 2017.
15. Judges may not award prizes in classes in which the exhibits are not considered to possess sufficient merit.
16. All matters in dispute shall be subject to the decision of the Committee appointed for such purposes.
17. No protest will be considered unless lodged with the Secretary, in writing within one hour of completion of the event or by 4.00pm on Saturday of the Show for Pavilion entries, enclosing $50 which will be forfeited to the Society’s funds should the protest be considered frivolous. Protests will only be received from competitors in the class in dispute.
18. Any person, whether competitor or not, who in the opinion of the Committee behaves in an offensive or threatening manner, either inside or outside, to any official or judge or member of the public, shall be liable to disqualification from further competition and shall be liable to be removed from the grounds.
19. Any exhibitor or his agent who shall make a false report and give misleading information or suppress necessary information respecting any exhibit shall be held to have forfeited any prize gained by these means. The exhibit and the exhibitor together with the agent may be disqualified and the matter referred to the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies.
20. Gate admission shall be :- Adult $15 per day Pensioner/Under 18 $5 per day, Family $35 – 2ad/3 primary ch
21. Our show is run entirely by volunteers. Sincere thanks to our wonderful workers.

Horse Regulations

1. All horse section classes to be run by the ticket system. Tickets may be purchased from the Ticket Office between the stables and the arena at any time prior to the particular event and shall be handed to the steward before judging commences in that event. Exceptions to this rule are marked clearly in the schedule.
2. Please write or print CLEARLY, the event number, name of horse, name of owner / rider and home town and then SIGN the ticket before handing to the steward.
3. Applications for refund of tickets should be put in writing to the Horse Section Manager for the consideration by the Disputes Committee.
4. Ages of horses will be from 1st August and riders from the first day of the show – exception being HSAA Western Ring on Sunday.
5. Measuring of horses will only be done on request. A pony will measure under 14 hands, a galloway will measure over 14 hands and not exceeding 15 hands.
6. A MAIDEN is a horse which has never won a first place in a similar class or event at an Ag Show, a NOVICE is a horse which has never won a Championship award in a similar class of events at any Agricultural Show, or a first place in a similar event at a Royal Show.
7. Local events shall be restricted to horses and riders resident in the Gladstone Regional Council area and north to Bajool.
8. Helmets meeting Australian Standards are to be worn at all times while mounted.
9. Competitors must wear at all times appropriate clothing including helmets / hats and footwear.
10. In led classes, Fillies / Colts shall be under 3 years, Mares / Stallions shall be 3 years or over.
11. Children under 17 years are not to exhibit colts or stallions. All exhibitors must be in control of their exhibits.
12. Assisted riders in Rider Classes are NOT eligible for Championship awards.
13. Events will not be held for competitors. Please see the stewards if you have a problem with events clashing. Please READ YOUR SCHEDULE and READ THE SIGNS that are posted.
14. All horses, whether prize winners or not, are expected to take part in the Grand Parade on Saturday 24th June at 1pm.
15. For timed events and the Time Trial, there shall be one run per horse per event.
16. Horses must be Breed Society registered to compete in restricted breed classes and owners/riders must be able to produce proof of registration if required.
17. A reservation form for booking stables is at the back of this schedule and it will be appreciated if this can be sent as soon as possible. All exhibitors must pay apropriate fee’s to enter the grounds.
18. All First Place winners under 3 in the Halter Classes are eligible to compete for the Best Exhibit Under 3 years (Bailey Family Trophy)
19. The Single Family Supreme Led Exhibit of the Show will be selected from the winner of the Champion Mare, Champion Stallion, Champion Gelding and Best Exhibit under 3 Years.
20. Ponies over 12.2 h/h may be ridden by adults.
21. Competitors must pay admission at the gate, if entering on a day to day basis or pay for week end camping.
22. The Horse Committee will consider requests to alter the schedule to cater for large numbers of entries or on the Judges and Stewards’ advice.

Ring Layout

Stable Bookings – Campers

Competitors are welcome to camp on the grounds with their horses, and can pre pay for camping along with stable reservations, (form at the rear of this schedule) entitles you to enter the grounds and camp for the duration of the show. Stables are available for a fee of $10 per horse for the duration of the show. Horses contained within electric fences or own yards will be charged $4 per horse. This is a small contribution towards water, and other facilities that are used. If you wish to stay longer, a nightly fee will apply.

Saturday 24 June 2017 Ring Program

Ring 1:

  • Jumps

Ring 2:

  • 8.00am
    Hack classes
    CHAMPION HACK
    Galloway Hack classes
    CHAMPION GALLOWAY HACK
    Senior Rider classes
    CHAMPION SENIOR RIDER
    Galloway events
    Rider teams events

Ring 3:

  • 8.30am
    Junior Riders
    CHAMPION JUNIOR
    RIDER
    Pony Hacks
    CHAMPION PONY HACK
    Pony hacks

Ring 4:

  • 8.00am
    Heavy Horse Halter
    CHAMPION HEAVY HORSE
    Harness
    Heavy Horse slide and other harness events

Ring 5:

  • 8.30am
    Bending Races
    Flag Races
  • Barrel Races

Ring 6:

  • 2:00pm to
    4:00pm
    Dressage in the Dressage Arenas

Judging & presentation of the Supreme Champion Hack of the Show (judged from Champion Hack, Champion Galloway and Champion Pony) and Supreme Champion Rider of the Show (judged from Champion Senior Rider and Grand Champion Junior Rider) presented at Grand Parade, time permitting.

1pm: Grand Parade in Centre Ring
All horse exhibitors go into a draw for a bag of horse feed

From 5.00pm:
Costume Classes (A,B,C,D)

FIREWORKS DISPLAY

Open Bending
Race Fancy Dress
Open Flag Race
Relay Race

HACK COMPETITORS
Don’t forget that you can compete in lots of classes…. tomorrow!

Sunday 25 June 2017 Ring Program

7:00am – Poets’ Breakfast

Ring 1:

  • Jumps

Ring 2:

  • 8.00am
    Andalusian Halter
    Arab Halter
    ANSA Halter
    Warmblood Halter
    Blood Horse Halter
    Other Breed Halter
    Led Galloway
    Breed Performance events

Ring 3:

  • 8.30am
    Shetland Halter
    Miniature Pony Halter
    Novelty Halter
    Aust. Pony Halter
    Welsh Pony
    Riding Pony Halter
    BEST LED PONY EXHIBIT
    Unregistered Pony Halter
    RIDDEN CLASSES
    Saddle Pony
    Riden Pony
    Time trial

Ring 4:

  • 8.30am
    Miniature Horse Halter
    Small Horse Halter
    Miniature / Small Horse Novelty
    Miniature /Small Horse Performance
    Future of Eight
    Bounce Pony
    Cambooya Classic

Ring 5:

  • 8.00am
    Quarter Horse Halter
    Appaloosa Halter
    Paint Halter
    Pinto Halter
    Aust Stock Horse
    Station Stock Horse
    Showman-ship at Halter
    Breed Performance events
    Western Performance events

At the conclusion of the Halter Classes, the Best Exhibit Under 3 Years and the Supreme Led Exhibit of the Show will be judged.

“Ballee Farm” Animal Nursery

Erected in loving memory of our past President and Patron, Mr Jim Rideout, the “Ballee Farm” Animal Nursery has a wide range of baby animals for display and sale. Open both days of the Mt Larcom show. Admission FREE.

Pavilion Schedule

Patron’s Message

As we prepare for our show, I would like to wish all the exhibitors the very best. We know the time and effort that goes into your entries. These entries are admired by all that attend the show. Thank you to the sponsors for the support they provide, giving us the incentive to expand and improve. Our band of volunteers have worked tirelessly to bring you the best ever show in 2017.

Jean Peters (Patron)
Honorary Life Member

Office Bearers

President Ms Tania Goodman:

  • 4975 1166
  • 0448 664 501

Vice President Ms Helena Sant:

  • 0400 964 366

Secretary Mr. Rob Gibb:

  • 0428 189 939

Show Office (9am—4.00pm from 12th June): 07 4975 1170
Pavilion Office Open 9.00am – 4.00pm from 12th June: 0419 759 306

General Information

Show Office: Ph.49751170 – 9am – 4pm from 12th June
Pavilion Office: Mob- 0419 759306
Posted Entries: C/- Pavilion Manager
P.O. 837, Gladstone 4680
Pavilion One: Home Brew – Cooking – Home Manufacture – Pot Plants – Horticulture – Home Grown – School Displays
Pavilion Two: Needlework – Craft – Photography
Art Pavilion: Open Art Competition

The Mt. Larcom Show Society wishes to thank all the generous Sponsors & the Volunteers who give many hours of work. A small committee organizes, promotes & manages our Show. Help of any kind is always appreciated.

It is the policy of the Mt. Larcom Show Society not to give out Perpetual Trophies. Winners name will be engraved on trophy.

All non-perishables can be lodged with Pavilion Manager from Monday 12th June until the closing time stated in the section. The Pavilion Manager will attach class stickers. Do not leave your exhibits unidentified. Nomination cannot be accepted after 10am on Judging Days as the judging starts 10.30am. Items that are donated for sale from sections 2, 3, & 6 will be sold to the public in the breezeway of Pavilion One on Sunday. Items not for sale will be available for collection after 4pm.

COLLECTION OF ENTRIES
It would be appreciated that wherever possible entries could be picked up on Monday 26th or by other arrangements made with Pavilion Manager.

COLLECTION OF PRIZE MONEY
Prize money may be collected during the show and the following week. All money not collected by the next general meeting held on the third Sunday of the month will be returned to the Society’s coffers.

GRAND CHAMPION PAVILION ONE
Gift Trophy by Mr. Craig & Mrs. Michele Butler

GRAND CHAMPION PAVILION TWO
Gift Trophy by Mrs. Elizabeth Cunningham

Trophies Engraved and Maintained by:
GLADSTONE TROPHIES
Shed 3 8 Crow St Gladstone

Pavilion Perpetual Trophies:

Champion Horticulture – Mrs. Anna Mattsson Memorial
Champion Home Grown – Mrs. Anna Mattsson Memorial
Red Rose Class – Miss Lisa McEachran Memorial
Stout- Beer Class – Mr David Keys
Wine Section – Ms. Evelyn Lindley-Witheridge
Spirit Section – Mr. Ron & Mrs. Virginia Harding
Prep, Primary, Junior & Secondary Art – Mrs. Cath Lindley

Champion Photography – The Mitchell Family
Champion Home Manufacture – Mrs. Annie Assman Memorial
Champion Cooking – Mr. Jerry Murphy Memorial
Champion Craft – Mr. Arthur Major Memorial
Rich Fruit Cake – Mr. Reg Peters Memorial
Beer Class – Mr. Wilf Arlt Memorial
Champion Needlework – Mrs. Ila Fletcher Memorial
Rose Section – Mrs. Fay Ahchay Memorial

General Rules For Pavilions

The attention of the intending exhibitor is drawn to the fact that entries are subject to the rules of the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies & Rules of this Society, in addition to any special regulations which appear in this schedule.

1. No late or phone nominations accepted.
2. Exhibits must be bona fide work of the exhibitor.
3. Exhibits must not have been entered in a previous Mt. Larcom Show.
4. Exhibits must have been made or finished in the last year.
5. Exhibits cannot compete in more than one class.
6. Exhibits must comply with extra conditions in each section.
7. Entry forms must be completed in detail, signed & lodged with entry fee to the Pavilion Manager by allocated time. The Society will not be responsible for any loss or accident caused through or by the exhibit & will not under any circumstances hold itself responsible for any loss or wrong delivery of exhibit or any kind of damage done thereto.
8. The Society reserves the right to refuse any entry.
9. The Society may receive any item for display only.
10. There can be no switching of a nomination, by exhibitor, after it is lodged unless a genuine mistake has been made.
11. The Pavilion Manager may transfer exhibits entered in wrong class to correct class.
12. Any exhibit found suffering from infection or disease can & will be removed by Pavilion Manager.
13. No awards except such provided by the Society shall be placed on exhibits.
14. The Society reserves the right to substitute a judge when & where necessary.
15. The Society reserves the right to change, cancel or substitute any class.
16. The prizes are awarded subject to regulations; conditions & notes set out in schedule & are the conditions of the competition.
17. No duplicate ribbons or cards will be issued.
18. Prize money or trophies will not be posted & will be forfeited to the Society if not claimed by the next general meeting of the Society held on the third Sunday of the month.
19. When a Judge considers exhibits do not possess sufficient merit or insufficient numbers, they have the power to refrain from making an award.
20. All matters in dispute shall be the decision of the committee appointed for such purposes.
21. No protest will be considered unless lodged in writing by 4pm. Saturday of the Show. Protest fee of $20 will be forfeited to the Society should the protest be considered frivolous. Protest will only be accepted from competitors in the class in question.
22. Any persons, whether competitor or not, who in the opinion of the committee behaves in an offensive, or insulting manner, either inside or outside, to any official or Judge or member of the public shall be liable to disqualification from further competition & shall be removed from the grounds.
23. Any exhibitor or his agent who shall make false report & give misleading information regarding any exhibit shall forfeit any prize gained by these means. The exhibit & exhibitor together with the agent may be disqualified & the matter referred to the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Society.
24. Where there is a special gift or money awarded there will be no other prize money paid out for that category.

Section 1 – Home Brew

Nominations & exhibit lodgement close Thursday 22nd June 10am. Entries may be lodged any time prior during Pavilion open hours. Judging Day Thursday 22nd

Entry Fee 50c. Prize Money 1st $3 – 2nd $2.

Extra Conditions for Home Brew

  • All bottles must be 700mls. or more
  • Bottles must be clean & clearly labeled with name of contents.
  • Small labels are preferred by the Judge to see the clarity of contents.
  • Use clear glass bottles in Wine & Spirit classes.
  • State on label if wine should be served chilled or at room temperature.
  • Presentation & the following of rules is included in judging.
  • Label beer bottles – ale – draft etc.
  • Any class may be split by Judge on Judging Day.

CHAMPION HOME BREW EXHIBIT

BEER CLASSES – Section Best – Gift – One Stop Brew & Pub Shop
1. Ginger Beer
2. Stout $15 Mr. David Keyes – Mr. David Keyes Trophy
3. Cider
4. Beer $15 Mrs. Dorothy French – Mr. Wilf Arlt Memorial Trophy

WINE CLASSES – Section Best – $20 – Ms. Evelyn Lindley-Witheridge Trophy
5. Sweet Wine $10 Mr. Len Harris
6. Dry Wine $10 Mr. Len Harris
7. Any other Wine

SPIRIT CLASSES – Section Best – $20 – Ron & Virginia Harding – C.Q. Tools Trophy
8. Spirit
9. Spirit made from Flavouring
10. Liqueur
11. Liqueur made from Flavouring
12. Cream Liqueur

Section 2 – Cooking

Nominations & exhibit lodgement close Friday 23rd June at 10am. Judging Day Friday 23rd June.
Entry 50c – Prize Money – 1st $3; 2nd $2

Extra Conditions for Junior & Senior Cooking Section

  • All entries on double plastic plates.
  • Bar cakes on oval double plastic plates.
  • No paper doilies on plates.
  • Classes marked * no less than 8 or more pieces.
  • Icing must be dry.
  • Senior classes cannot be any of the classes mentioned in junior section.

CHAMPION COOKING ENTRY – Mr. Jerry Murphy Memorial Trophy

SMALL CAKES – Section Best – $20 Mt. Larcom Café
1. * Plain iced cup cakes (do not use large muffin papers)
2. * Best display fancy iced cup cakes (do not use large muffin papers & use large oval plate.)
3. * Any Plain Biscuits
4. * Any Fancy Biscuits
5. * Raspberry Jam Slice (5cm Squares)
6. * Any Iced Chocolate Slice (5cm Squares)

LARGE CAKES – Section Best – $20 – Mt. Larcom Café
7. Round Chocolate Cake (top iced only)
8. Round Marble Cake (pink top iced only) $10 Mrs. Rhonda Tully
9. Kentish Bar Cake (top iced only)
10. Date Loaf Cake (not roll)
11. Apple and/or Cinnamon Tea Cake
12. Square Banana Cake (top iced only)
13. Square Boiled Fruit Cake (square plate or board) $20 Mrs. Dawn O’Dowd
14. Rich Fruit Cake (square plate or board) $20 Mrs. Jean Peters – Mr. Reg Peters Trophy Exhibitor’s own recipe – but must include 1.5 or more kgs. of any fruit. Square 8inch / 20cm Tin to be used
15. Steamed Plum Pudding $20 Webb Family

BREAD SECTION – Section Best – Gift Voucher – Healthy Nut
16. * Plain tea scones
17. Any loaf Bread
18. Camp Oven Damper $10 Webb Family

CONFECTIONERY –Section Best
19. * Chocolate Fudge (3cm Squares)
20. * Coconut Ice 2 layers Pink & White (3cm Squares)
21. * Pink Marshmallows (3cm Squares)

UNDER 16 SECTION – Section Best – $20 Mrs. Jenny Grother
22. Prettiest Iced Cake (Icing only judged)
23. Packet Chocolate cake (top iced only)
24. * Novelty iced patty cakes (do not use large muffin paper)
25. * Pikelets
26. * Anzac biscuits
27. * Jam drops
28. * Chocolate Crackles (do not use large muffin papers)

Recommended Tin Sizes
Bar Tin 25cm x 7.5cm or 10 x 3 inch
Loaf Tin 21cm x 11cm or 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 inch
Square Tin 20cm x 20cm or 8 x 8 inch
Round Tin 17cm or 7 inch diameter

Section 3 – Manufacture

Nominations & exhibit lodgement close Thursday 22nd June 10am. Entries may be lodged any time prior during Pavilion open hours. Judging Day Thursday 22nd June. Entry Fee 50c. Prize Money – 1st $3; 2nd $2

Extra Conditions for Home Manufacture Jars must be no less than 375g size.

  • Jars must be no less than 375g size.
  • Jars must be clearly labeled with name of contents.
  • Do not identify jars with entrants’ name.
  • No cloth lid covers.
  • Jars must be full but not over full.
  • Classes 1 – 6 are accepted made with food processor.
  • Any class may be split by Judge on Judging Day.

CHAMPION HOME MANUFACTURE. $30 – Annie Assman Memorial Trophy

MARMALADE CLASSES – Section Best
1. Sweet Orange Marmalade
2. Grapefruit marmalade
3. Cumquat marmalade
4. Mixed citrus marmalade
5. Any other marmalade
6. Marmalade with other fruit (e.g. Any Citrus & Any Fruit) JAM CLASSES – Section Best – $20 – Mrs. Karla Wieting
7. Rosella Jam
8. Ginger or Tomato Jam
9. Any dried fruit Jam
10. Any other Jam
11. Jelly (any variety)
12. Lemon or Lime Butter
13. Passionfruit Butter CONDIMENT CLASSES – Section Best: $20 Mrs. Gaileen Davision
14. Mango Chutney 19. Any Other Pickles
15. Any other Chutney 20. Pickled mixed Vegetables
16. Tomato Relish 21. Pickled single vegetable or single Fruit
17. Any other Relish 22. Pickled mixed vegetable & fruit
18. Sweet mustard Pickles

Section 4 – Pot Plants

Nomination & exhibit lodgement close Friday 23rd June 10am. Entries may be lodged any time during Pavilion open hours.
Judging Day Friday 23rd June.
Entry Fee 50c. Prize Money – 1st $3, 2nd $2.

Extra Conditions for Pot Plants Section

  • Pots no more than 30cm diameter
  • Hanging Pots no more than 40cm diameter
  • All plants to be home grown, clean, disease & pest free
  • Only classes 13 – 16 will be accepted in hanging pots
  • Plants must be well watered before they are entered
  • Any class may be split by Judge on Judging Day

CHAMPION POT PLANT EXHIBIT
1. Any Fern $10 Mrs. Isobel Barram
2. Any Foliage $10 Mrs. Isobel Barram
3. Succulent (no Zygocactus)
4. Begonia
5. Orchid Cattleya Alliance $10 Mrs. Gloria Fry L.M.
6. Orchid Dendrobium Alliance
7. Orchid any other
8. Any pot in flower (no Zygocactus)
9. Any Senservia (Mother-in-law’s tongue)
10. Bromeliad Tillandsia $10 Mrs. Judy Tully
11. Bromeliad Flowering $10 Mrs. Judy Tully
12. Bromeliad non Flowering
13. Any hanging Foliage Plant
14. Any hanging Flowering Plant
15. Any hanging Fern
16. Any hanging Zygocactus
17. Mini Garden (no less than 5 variety) or Bonsai no larger than 30cm x 30cm

Section 5 – Horticulture

Nominations & Exhibit lodgement close Friday 23rd June 10am. Judging Day Friday 23rd June.
Entry Fee 50c. Prize Money – 1st $3, 2nd $2

Extra Conditions for Horticulture Section

  • All entries must be home grown
  • Vase of flowers must contain five (5) or more stem
  • Classes 1 – 6 presentation is judged (no bottles)
  • No vases required in classes 7 – 18
  • Any class may be split by Judge on Judging Day CHAMPION OF HORTICULTURE – Anna Mattsson Memorial Trophy

VASE OF FLOWERS – Section Best: $20 Lin Brady – Angela Brady Memorial
1. Bulbous Flowers
2. Roses
3. Miniature Roses
4. Any wild or native Flowers
5. Any Shrub Flowers
6. Any other Flowers

SINGLE FLOWER – Section Best $20 Barbara Reynolds
7. Any Single Flower stem not mentioned – multi bloom
8. Any Single Flower stem not mentioned – single bloom

GERBERA – Section Best – $20 – Ms. Jeanette Roberts
9. Gerbera – Single $10 Mr. Joe & Mrs. Beth Kerwin
!0. Gerbera – Semi Double $10 Mrs. Audery Spann memorial class
11. Gerbera – Double $10 Mrs. Ann Cope
12. Gerbera – Hybrid $10 Mr. Joe & Mrs. Beth Kerwin

ROSES – Section Best – $20 – Mr. Greg Ahchay – Fay Ahchay Memorial Trophy
13. Red Rose $50 Mr. Don & Mrs. Kathy McEachran – Lisa McEachran Memorial Trophy
14. White Rose
15. Yellow Rose $10 Mrs. Jenny Grother
16. Pink Rose & or its variations
17. Two tone or Variegated Rose
18. Any other coloured Rose

Section 6 – Home Grown

Nominations & exhibit lodgement close Friday 23rd June 10am. Judging Day Friday 23rd June
Entry fee 50c. Prize Money – 1st $3, 2nd $2

Extra Conditions for Home Grown Section

  • All entries must be home grown
  • All entries must be clean, disease & pest free
  • All classes can be any type or variety
  • Any class may be split by Judge on Judging Day CHAMPION of HOME GROWN – $30 – Anna Mattsson Memorial trophy

PRODUCE CLASSES – Section Best – $20 The Feed Barn
1. Dozen Hen Eggs
2. Dozen Any other Eggs 10. 2 Aubergine (eggplant)
3. 1 Cabbage or Cauliflower
4. 2 Beetroots (tops on)
5. 6 Radish (tops on)
6. 4 Carrots (tops on)
7. 2 Cucumbers
8. 4 Chokos
9. 2 Large Capsicums
11. Sweet Corn
12. 4 Zucchini or 6 Button Squash
13. Bunch of Silver Beet
14. Bunch of Shallots
15. 1 Pumpkin First $30, Second $20,
(Weight only judged), $50 Morrie McCracken
16. Any other Produce

FRUIT CLASSES – Section Best – $30 Wallys’ Produce
17. 6 Oranges
18. 6 Lemons or Limes
19. 6 Mandarins
20. 4 Grapefruit or Pomellos
21. 500g Cumquats
22. 2 Custard Apples
23. 6 Passionfruit
24. 2 Avocados
25. 1kg Rosellas
26. Hand of Bananas
27. 1 Paw Paw
28. Any other Fruit (2 or more specimens) $15 Mrs. Heather Arlt Graham & Lynda McLachlan Memorial Class

Section 7 – Craft

Nominations & exhibit lodgement close 4pm Wednesday 21st June. Entries may be lodged any time prior during Pavilion open hours. Judging Day Thursday 22nd June.
Entry Fee 50c. Prize Money – 1st $3; 2nd $2

Extra Conditions for Junior & Senior Craft Section

  •  All bits & pieces on all entries to be firmly fixed.
  • Any class may be split by Judge on Judging Day.
  • Where glue is used it must be firmly affixed. CHAMPION CRAFT – $30 – Mrs. Alice Major – Arthur Memorial Trophy

CLASSES
1. Any Jewellery piece (mounted on stiff cardboard or display piece)
2. Any item made from or with beads
3. Any Paper article
4. Any Sewn article
5. Any Toy
6. Any Bear
7. Any Woodwork article
8. Any Metal article
9. Any Leather or Vinyl article
10. Any Recycled item – any material.
11. Covered Coat Hanger
12. Decorated – Tea Towel – Hand Towel – Face Cloth
13. Any item in Wool other than a toy
14. Any Crocheted or Knitted – Bed Rug – Knee Rug – Baby Shawl
15. Any other craft not mentioned

UNDER 16 Section– Section Best – $10 Mrs. Alice Major
16. Any Decorated Tee Shirt
17. Any item made from or with beads
18. Any woodwork article
19. Any paper or cardboard article
20. Any other Craft not mentioned
Only articles of the correct description will be accepted.

Section 8 – Needlework

Nominations & Exhibit lodgement close 4pm Wednesday 21st June.
Judging Day Thursday 22nd June. Entry Fee 50c. Prize Money – 1st $3; 2nd $2

Extra Conditions for Needlework Section

  • Crochet must not be mounted
  • Classes 28-30 must have rod pocket for hanging – tack on any temporary pockets (no pins at all)
  • Classes marked ** Machine or Hand Embroidery
  • Classes 40- 45 must be framed & wired ready for hanging.
  • Any class may be split by Judge on Judging Day

CHAMPION NEEDLEWORK EXHIBIT – $30 – Mrs. Dawn Rideout – Ila Fletcher Memorial Trophy
Crochet – Section Best – $20 – Mrs. Suellen Tappenden
Crochet must not be mounted
1. White center
2. Coloured center
3. Piece of crochet in ecru
4. Piece of Irish crochet
5. Piece of Filet crochet
6. Edge on any article
7. Any Garment in knitting cotton
8. Any article in knitting cotton
9. Any garment or accessory
10. Any baby set 2 piece / 3 or more

KNITTING – Section Best – $20 – Mrs. Margret McArthur
11. Any small item
12. Item on 10mm or over needles
13. Any Adult Garment
14. Any Child Garment
15. Any Accessory
16. Baby Bootees
17. Infant set – any 2 pieces
18. Infant set – any 3 or more pieces
19. Any other knitting

HAND EMBROIDERY Section Best – $20 – Mrs. Margret McArthur
20. Any Candlewicking
21. Any Applique
22. Cushion cover
23. Item in Cross Stitch
24. Table Cloth or Duchess Set
25. Centre, Tray Cloth or Runner
26. Piece of Ribbon Embroidery
27. Any other item of Embroidery

QUILTING & PATCHWORK – Section Best – $20 Mrs. Margret MacArthur
28-30 Rod pockets essential – see rule 2
28. Any Wall Hanging
29. Quilt or Bedspread
30. Small Quilt (cot-bassinet)
31. Cushion cover (no cushion)
32. Garment or Accessory
33. Any other Patchwork item.

MACHINE MADE – Section Best – $20 – Mrs. Margret McArthur
34. ** Any garment or accessory with Embroidery
35. Any Machine Applique
36. Any Child Garment
37. Any Adult Garment
38. Any Accessory
39. Any other item

NEEDLE PAINTING – Section Best: $20 Mrs. Margaret McArthur
Framed and Wired for hanging essential.
40. Tapestry Picture
41. Mixed Medium Picture
42. Cross Stitch Picture
43. Stump Work Picture
44. Ribbon Embroidery Picture
45. Other Embroidery Picture

UNDER 16 SECTION – Section Best: $20 Mrs. R Draper – Joyce Austin Memorial
46. Any item of Embroidery hand or machine.
47. Any Sewn Item (hand or machine)
48. Picture, stitch or embellished with stitches (mounted & wired for hanging)
49. Any item made by recycling
50. Any other item

Where the schedule states
Garment – Something that can be worn
Article – Something other than a garment
Item – Can be either

6 ITEM CRAFT DISPLAY COMPETITION
Nomination & exhibit lodgement close Wednesday 21st June 4pm.
Judging Day Thursday 22nd June.

DISPLAY WINNER – $20 Donated by Q.C.W.A. Ambrose

BEST INDIVIDUAL ITEM – $20 Donated by Q.C.W.A. Mt.Larcom
• All craft groups in Gladstone and surrounding regions are eligible to enter.
• Displays must be set up by 4pm Wednesday 21st.
• Display to be a collection of six (6) different handmade crafts. Each item must be labeled with name.
• No more than three (3) articles of decoration in the display.
• A suitable cloth to be used for presentation of display, no overlapping of given area, division lines must be visible, (1mtr x 1mtr flat by 1mtr x 1mtr upright.)
• Nominations with Pavilion Manager commence 12th June.

Section 9 – Photography

Nominations & exhibit lodgement close 4pm Tuesday 20th June.
Judging Day Wednesday 21st June – Entry Fee 50c. Prize Money – 1st $3, 2nd $2.

Extra Conditions for Junior & Senior Photography

  • All entries must include S.A.S.E. For their return. Photos display is not taken down until Monday
  • Photos that do not meet the rules will not be hung
  • All prints must be coloured unless otherwise stated.
  • All prints must be 6 x 4 inches or 15 x 10 cm. NOT MOUNTED.
  • Exhibitors restricted to one (1) entry per class.
  • All Photos must be printed in format stated in class.

CHAMPION PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT – $30 – Mitchell Family Memorial Trophy

LANDSCAPE FORMAT (horizontal) Section Best – Voucher – Quick As A Flash
1. Any single flower
2. Landscape
3. Seascape
4. Skyscape
5. People at work
6. You’ve been caught out
7. Any Wildlife
8. Cars, trucks or machinery
9. Family Pet (other than cat or dog)
10. Invertebrates (insects)
11. Black & White Any subject

PORTRAIT FORMAT (vertical) – Section Best – Voucher – Quick As A Flash
12. Individual Person
13. Cat or Dog
14. Bird /s
15. Black & White – head & shoulders Portrait
16. Still Life

UNDER 16 SECTION – Section Best – $10 – Mrs. Barbara Smith
17. My best friend
18. Animal /s (not birds)
19. Flower /s, Plant/s or Tree /s
20. Dad at his hobby

6 ITEM CRAFT DISPLAY COMPETITION
Nomination & exhibit lodgement close Wednesday 21st June 4pm.
Judging Day Thursday 22nd June.

DISPLAY WINNER – $20 Donated by Q.C.W.A. Ambrose

BEST INDIVIDUAL ITEM – $20 Donated by Q.C.W.A. Mt.Larcom
• All craft groups in Gladstone and surrounding regions are eligible to enter.
• Displays must be set up by 4pm Wednesday 21st.
• Display to be a collection of six (6) different handmade crafts. Each item must be labeled with name.
• No more than three (3) articles of decoration in the display.
• A suitable cloth to be used for presentation of display, no overlapping of given area, division lines must be visible, (1mtr x 1mtr flat by 1mtr x 1mtr upright.)
• Nominations with Pavilion Manager commence 12th June.

Section 10 – Art

Nominations & exhibit lodgement close Thursday 15th June. Entries may be lodged any time prior during Pavilion open hours. Judging Day Friday 16th June.
Entry Fee $1 – Prize Money – 1st $3; 2nd $2

Extra Conditions for Art Section

  • Exhibitors restricted to three (3) entries per class.
  • All Art must be mounted & wired for hanging.
  • Any class may be split by Judge on Judging Day.
  • Classes 7 – 15 any medium

Paintings can be left at Gladstone Picture Framing for pick up IF:
1. They are well wrapped or in a padded bag.
2. They are accompanied by completed entry form & entry fee.
3. Name & address & return instructions MUST BE ON ENTRY FORM
4. Form must be well attached to entries
Last pickup Thursday morning 15th June.

CHAMPION ART ENTRY-$30 – Mrs. Leonie Creed
1. Pencil or Charcoal
2. Colour Pencil
3. Pastel
4. Mixed medium
5. Oil Paint
6. Water colour
7. Any Ink
8. Acrylic other than classes 9 – 17
9. Landscape
10. Seascape or water body
11. Still life
12. Traditional Portrait – Head & Shoulders
13. Traditional Full Portrait
14. Gladstone Region Industry
15. Any Rural Activity
16. Any Abstract
17. Any Naive Art

Section 11 – Junior Art

Nominations & exhibit lodgement close Wednesday 14th June.
Judging Day Friday 16th June. Entry fee 50c – Prize Money – 1st $10; 2nd $2

Extra Conditions for Junior Art Section

  • Art can be any subject unless otherwise stated
  • Art must be on A4 paper unless otherwise stated.
  • Art to be mounted on 1/4 sheet coloured cardboard. Please use correct colour.
  • Write in figures age of entrant in right hand corner of drawing. 1(one) only entry per class.
  • Any Class may be split by Judge on Judging Day.
  • Prep, the only class allowed mixed medium.

PREP – Trophy Mrs. Cath Lindley
Mounted on Bright Blue Cardboard.
Age: To be enrolled in a prep class
1. Any Medium – any subject. $10 Mrs. Jenny Grother

PRIMARY – Trophy Mrs. Cath Lindley
Mounted on Bright Red Cardboard.
Age: Seven (7) & under
2. Texta Pen OR pastel – any subject $10 Mrs. Jenney Grother

JUNIOR – Trophy Mrs. Cath Lindley
Mounted on Bright Green Cardboard.
Age: Eight (8) – Twelve (12)
3. Coloured pencil OR pencil – any subject $10 Mrs. Margret McArthur

SECONDARY – Trophy Mrs. Cath Lindley
Mounted on Bright Yellow cardboard.
Age: Thirteen (13) – Sixteen (16)
4. Acrylic on paper OR Acrylic canvas wired for hanging – any subject
$10 Mrs. Margret McArthur

Incorrect entries will not be accepted.
School Class projects must not be all the same subject.

Ute Muster Schedule

Patron’s Message

As we prepare for our show, I would like to wish all the exhibitors the very best. We know the time and effort that goes into your entries. These entries are admired by all that attend the show. Thankyou to the sponsors for the support they provide, giving us the incentive to expand and improve. Our band of volunteers have worked tirelessly to bring you the best ever show in 2017.

Jean Peters (Patron)
Honorary Life Member

Our sincere thanks to all our generous donors and sponsors, and to those who give many hours of voluntary work. Thank you also to the judges and exhibitors for their contributions and support. A small committee runs the Mt Larcom Show and help in any form is always greatly appreciated.

Office Bearers

President Ms Tania Goodman:

  • 4975 1166
  • 0448 664 501

Vice President Ms Helena Sant:

  • 0400 964 366

Secretary Mr. Rob Gibb:

  • 0428 189 939

Show Office (9am—4.00pm from 10th June): 07 4975 1170
Pavilion Office Open 9.00am – 4.00pm from 10th June: 0419 759 306

General Regulations

The attention of the intending exhibitor is drawn to the fact that entries are subject to the rules of the Queensland Agricultural Show Society and the rules of this Society in addition to any special regulations, which appear in this schedule.

1. Nominations accepted on arrival but only before starting time
2. Exhibits must be a bona fide vehicle of the exhibitor
3. Exhibits must comply with conditions in each section
4. Entry form must be completed in detail, signed and lodged with entry fee to the Section Manager by the allotted time
5. The Society will not be responsible for any loss or accident caused through or by the exhibit and will not under any circumstances hold itself responsible for any loss of the exhibit or any kind of damage done thereto
6. The Society reserves the right to refuse any entry
7. The Society may receive any vehicle for display only
8. There can be no switching of a nomination after it is lodged unless a genuine mistake has been made
9. No awards except such as provided by the Society shall be placed on exhibit
10. The Section Manger may transfer exhibits entered in the wrong class to the correct class
11. The Society reserves the right to substitute a judge when and where necessary
12. The Society reserves the right to change, cancel or substitute any class
13. The prizes are awarded subject to regulations, conditions and notes set out in this schedule and are conditions of the competition
14. No duplicate ribbons or cards will be issued
15. Prize money or trophies will not be posted and will be forfeited to the Society if not claimed by the next general meeting of the Society held on the third Sunday of the month
16. When a Judge considers exhibits do not possess sufficient merit or insufficient numbers, they have the power to refrain from making an award
17. All matters in dispute shall be the decision of the committee appointed for such purpose
18. No protest will be considered unless lodged in writing by 4pm Sunday of the Show. Protest fee of $20 will be forfeited to the Society should the matter be considered frivolous. Protest will only be accepted from competitor/s in the class in question
19. Any person, whether a competitor or not, who in the opinion of the committee behaves in an offensive, or insulting manner, either inside or outside, to any official or Judge or a member of the public shall be removed from the grounds
20. Any exhibitor or his agent who shall make false report and give misleading information regarding any exhibit shall forfeit any prize gained by these means. The exhibit and exhibitor together with any agent may be disqualified and the matter referred to the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies

Ute Muster Rules & Regulations

These Rules apply to Local, Sub-­‐Chamber and State Finals.

Right of Entry
1. Competitors are permitted to enter the competition at any number of Shows.
2. Only registered vehicles are eligible to enter the competition.
3. If a competitor wins a class at one Show, they may still compete at other Shows.
4. The Class Winner can only represent ONE CLASS AND ONE SHOW at the Sub-­‐Chamber level and that Show is the one at which they first won, irrespective of the number of Shows entered.
5. The Sub-­‐Chamber winners can only represent NOT MORE THAN ONE CLASS & NOT MORE THAN ONE SUB-­‐CHAMBER with the one vehicle at State level.
6. In the event that the winner of a Class is ineligible to compete under rules 4 & 5 above, the Runner Up or other eligible vehicle will be permitted to compete at Sub-­‐Chamber and State Final Titles in place of the Winner.
Note: It is the responsibility of the vehicle owner to notify the Show Society or Sub-­‐Chamber Coordinator of their judging ineligibility to compete.

Conduct of Competitors (Drivers/Owners)
1. Steward’s directives must be followed.
2. Queensland Road Rules apply to competitors both inside and outside the venue.
3. Rules applying to the specific Venue/Showgrounds must be observed at all times.
4. Speed must be limited as per Showground signage or as directed.
5. Vehicles are to be parked as directed and not moved unless directed by Stewards/Officials.
6. Intoxicated owners or drivers will be disqualified from the competition.
7. Excessive noise levels will not be permitted.
8. Burnouts or donuts will not be tolerated.
9. Competitors may undergo a breathalyser test. Refusal will mean immediate disqualification.
10. Any Owner/Driver behaving in a manner considered to be innapropriate will be disqualified.
11. Any person not abiding by any of the above Rules will automatically be disqualified.

Nominations for Entry
1. Any REGISTERED vehicle that is classified as a UTE (tray back, well back, drop side or converted to a Ute) may be nominated by the owner and/or driver.
2. If converted to a Ute a Certificate of Inspection will be required.
3. The driver of the vehicle must have a current driver’s licence.

Nomination Fees
1. $20.00 nomination fee per vehicle including Ag Show Admission, for entry to one (1) Class – at Show level; Other Classes may be entered for an additional $5.00 per class – at Show level.

Judging
1. It is recommended to have two (2) Judges but not more than three (3) Judges.
2. It is recommended to select Judges with automotive experience or knowledge.
3. Vehicles will be judged according to the individual class criteria.
4. Owners or drivers of vehicles must remain with their vehicle while judging of that class in progress.
5. The WINNER of the overall championship at the STATE FINAL is not eligible to be judged for the SAME TITLE for a period of one (1) year if they have qualified again for the State Finals.
6. A standard judging sheet is provided for scoring purposes.

Ute Muster Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th June 2017

Judging begins at 9.30am Saturday and Sunday

Attention
Registration 7.00am – 9.00am at Muster Arena
All vehicles must be on the Ute Muster Site by 9.00am sharp

Entry Fees
$20.00 for the first class (Including Ag Show Weekend Admission for the vehicle driver or owner) & $5.00 for each additional class entered
Friends and family admissions will be charged at gate prices

Section Best
ROSETTE and $50.00 prize money

Runner Up
ROSETTE and $25.00 prize money

Sub-­‐Chamber Finals
Held at the Mount Larcom Show on Sunday 25th June 2017

State Finals
Winners from sub chamber finals are eligible to proceed to the state finals in Brisbane at the Royal Queensland Show (EKKA) to be held in August 2017
Camping for Entrants
Camping is available on site in your vehicle however extra site space will be limited to availability at the section manager’s discretion. There is a camping charge to be paid in full with entry fees at the gate.

Check out the website or facebook for forms to be completed for show entry.
Contact us to register and pre-­‐book your ute space!
www.mtlarcomutemuster.weebly.com mtlarcomutemuster@hotmail.com

Ute Muster Classes

1. Street Ute
All makes and models.
Tailored for street driving, with or without custom modifications. Immaculate presentation, precise detail dedicated to the entire vehicle. Interior, exterior, under bonnet engine bay and tray presentation.
History of ute bought or custom.

2. B & S Ute
All makes and models.
The typical B&S Ball ute showing evidence of Ball attendance, with badges, aerials, mud flaps, roll bar, bullbar and spotlights.
Overall interior and exterior presentation. Aerial flags are encouraged for display. Judging will be based on vehicle itself.

3. Chicks Ute
All makes and models.
MUST be registered in female’s name (registration papers are to be supplied for viewing). Best interior and exterior with personal touches, accessories and overall ute presentation.
History of ute, bought or custom. Additional accessories, stuffed toys etc., are welcome for display. Judging will be based on the vehicle itself.

4. Work Ute
All makes and models.
Displaying tooboxes, and trade accessories – where applicable must exhibit clear business or trade signage on vehicle.
Overall interior and exterior presentation.

5. 4 X 4
All makes and models.
Best representation of a 4 x 4 ute.
In constant or part time 4 wheel drive.
Additional four wheel drive accessories added to vehicle. Overall interior and exterior presentation.

6. Feral Ute
All makes and models. The real character ute!
Seen a lot of life – bullbar, stickers, additional accessories, antennas, reasonably neglegted, unkept and complete with dents.
Aerial flags are permitted for display purposes only. Vehicle must be registered.
Judging will be based on vehicle itself.

7. Classic Ute
Any restored ute over 30 years of age which is roadworthy and registered with or without modifications to engine and body but still being able to identify the “true” make and model.

8. Town and Country Ute – NEW Qld Ag Show Official Category in 2017!
All makes and models.
A ute with immaculate presentation and with rollbars, head spot lights, light bar, bullbar. UHF , mud flaps, stickers etc. minimal to add to the look and points.