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THE SUMMER SHOW, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914
THE SUMMER SHOW
The attendance at the Otago Agricultural and Pastoral Society’s show yesterday was very satisfactory. It was late in the afternoon before the judging of the cattle and horses was completed. In the pair of mares class Thomson and Co.’s Baron’s Brilliant and Agatha won, and with the assistance of Lady Buchlyvie and Kna of Wairongoa also won in the group of four mares. Watson’s Challenge Cup for group of four fillies, three years old or under, was won by W. Macauley with some nice youngsters, and Ainge's Challenge Cup for best flily, three years or under, was won by the* same owner with Winsome Ruby. Tho Clydesdale Horse Society’s silver medal for beat yearling or two-year-old colt was won by* W. Cnaxters’e two-year-old colt, and the same prize for fillies was won by J. T. Gawn’s two-year-old filly. The judging finished a little after 5 o’clock. For the championship Thomson and Co.’s Baron’s Brilliant, Macaulay's Winsome Ruby, Biair’s Eileen, and Gardiner’s Lady Elizabeth were paraded, and tho honor wont to the first-named, who has thus gained the two most important championships this season—Christchurch and Otago. Winsome Ruby was awarded reserve champion honors. The following completes the prize list: HORSES. Filly, two years old.—J. T. Gawn'e Squire Ronald—Trixie* C. filly 1, J. Crane 2, P. W. Borrio 5, Wm. Macauley com. Filly, reading.—J. C. Campbell's Baron Bold—Kitty Winsome filly 1, J. W. Blair 2. W. Grieve 3. J. A. Sutherland v.h.c., H -mnah Bros. h.e. Yearling filly sweepstakes.—J. W. Blair’s Ahl'otsford Countess (High Mark— Pride of Newton mare) 1, Thomson and Co. 2. W. R. Gawn 3, J. T. Tisclall com. Pair of mares, three years or over.— Thomson and Co.V Baron’s Brilliant and Agatha 1. J. W. Blair 2, W. Macauley 3. Mare and two progeny. —P. W. Borrie’s Lady' Ruwena 1. Group of three yearling colts or fillies by or-“ sire.—,T. W*. Blair 1. Group or four marcs or fillies. l.bomsnu and Co.’s Baron's Brilliant, Agatha. Ena of Wairongoa., and Lady Buchlyvie 1, J. W. Blair 2, P. W. Borrie 3. Watson's Challenge Cup. for best group of four fillies, three years or under, bred and owned by tho exhibitor. —Miu. Macauley. .tinge’s Challenge Cup. for host filly, three years or under, bred and owned by exhibitor.—Win. Macauley. The Clydesdale Horse Society of New Zealand's silver medal for best yearling or two-year-old colt, bred hr exhibitor. —\\ . Charters’s two-voar-old colt. The Clydesdale Horse Society of Now Zealand's silver medal for best yearling or two-voar-old filly, bred by exhibitor.—J. T. Gaua s two-year-old filly. CATTLE. —Polled Angus.— .Judge : Mr J. Ross (Palmerston). Bull, three years old or over.—John Dongles’s trustees 1 and 3. Roberts and Co (Gladbrook) 2. Bull, yearling. —Roberts and Co. 1 and 2. Cow, four years old and over.—Roberts and Co. 1 anil 2. Heifer, throe rears old. —Roberts ami Co. I and 2. Heifer, two years old.—Roberts and Go. 1 and 2. Heifer, yearling.—Roberts and Go. 1. Three cows or heifers.—Roberts and Co. Champion bull.—John Douglass trustees’ Bengal Light. . Champion row.—Roberts ami Co. s j Marion. i —Red Polled Angus.— | Judge : Mr James Ross (Palmerston). j Bull, two years old <r over.---R. Heaton j Rhodes 1 and 2. j Bull, wailing.—R. Heaton Rhodes 1 and 1 2. j (. ow. in milk, three years old or over.— , R. ileal on Rhodes 1 and 2. Heifer, yearling.—R. Heaton Rhodes 1 j and 2. i COMPETITIONS. Judges : Mi sers IT. Hassell (Hawke’s Bay), j and J. 11. M’Niven (Hawke’s Bay). j Pony Trot, (half a mile), for ponies 14 j hr mis and under. Six entries.—T. Fogg 1. i G Livingstone 2. . | Boys’ or Girls’ Pony Race Handicap tor ponies 13 hands and under. io be ridden j In- I'ovs not over 12 years nr girls not o\er , 14 years of age. ' Eleven entries.—G. , Ml .■•hc“na 1. A. -1. White 2. p.uiv Trot. 14 hands or under, to hridden bv boy under U wais of ag". Twelve entries.—l. Alexander 1, R. Hudson 2. U. Cullen 3. Pony Trot, 14 hands or under, to be ridden bv "ir! under 14 years of age. Six entries— .1- D. M’Arlhur 1, G. Livingstone 2. . i Trot, agaitis 1 time, in saddle, for draughtnut trotters onlv. Nine cutties. 1. I'J’ES 1, J. Alexander 2. R. F. Duckworth o. _ Maiden Hunters’ Competitions, open omv to hoisos that have never won a fust prize at anv agricultural show. Thirteen entries.—T). J. Robertson 1. J. D. M’Al'tllltr 2. Miss B. Rogers 3. , . .. Hunting Competition, open to lady riders fmlv. Nine entries.--'Miss Mowat 1 Miss R. ‘ Mowat 2. T. Hobbs (horse ridden by Miss Orion) 3.
THE SUMMER SHOW, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914
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