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A. AND P. SHOW

SPECIAL PRIZES. In connection with the recent Otago Agricultural and Pastoral £•. •fc'jty's show, held at Tahuna Park, tire following allotment of special prizes lias been made : The New Zealand Romney Marsh Sheep Breeders’ Association’s championship shields—one for the champion Romney ram, and one for the champion Romney ewe.—Ram, T. L. Barnhill; ewe, W. G. Gladbrook. The New Zealand Sheep Breeders’ Association’s (South Island) silver cup, valued at £2 2s, for the best Border Leicester ram over 18 months and under 28 months. —T. S. Little. The Kew Zealand Sheep H-reeders’s Association’s (.South Island) cup, valued at £4 4s, for the best Romney Marsh ewe, class 54. W. G. Gladbrook.

A. and P. Society’s prize of £5 5s to the exhibitor gaining most points in fat sheep.—W. Gardiner. The Lawee’ Chemical Company’s (National Mortgage and Agency Company, Ltd., agents) case of powder dip as a prize to the exhibitor gaining most points in the fat sheep classes.—W. Gardiner, A. and P. .Society’s prize of-£3 3s to the exhibitor gaining the most points in shorthorn cattle, where two or more competitors.—D. Murray. The A. and F. Society’s £3 3s to the exhibitor gaining most points in Ayrshire cattle section, where two or more competitors.—A. Gillies. The Clydesdale Horse Society’s silver medal for the best yearling or two-year-old colt, bred by exhibitor, who must be a member of the Otago A- an d P- Society.—W. Charters. .Messrs Briscoe and Co.’s trophy for best roadster or hack up to 11 stone. —John Jenkins.

Draught Horse Breeders’ in Otago challenge cup, valued at 20 guineas, for the best yearling or two-year-old colt, bred and owned by exhibitor; to be won twice by the same owner, not necessarily in succession. Now held by James Patrick.— W. Charters.

The Clydesdale Horse S ocietys WaiRongoa challenge cup, value 20gs, for the best brood mare registered in the society’s Stud Book which has had not less than two foals, or has had one foal and showing in foal (bloom or condition not to he considered); age six years or over. The cup must be won three times by one exhibitor with different animals, not necessarily in consecutive years, before it becomes his absolute property. Xo animal which lias won, and whose name has been engraved on the cup, will be eligible to again compete.— W. Blair. Mr A. Ainge’s challenge cup, valued at 25gs, for the best Clydesdale colt or filly,', 3yrs or under, bred and owned by eshi- i bitor. Must be won three times, not necessarily in succession, and each time by a di'Terent animal.—Wm. Macaulay. Messrs Watson’s, distillers, Scotland, challenge cup of the value of 25gs for the best group of four fillies, syrs old and tinder, bred and owned by exhibitor. The j cup must be won three times, not neces-

sarily in succession.—Wm. Macaulay. The Forbury Park Trotting Club’s £5 3s as a prize for best dog-cart horse, 15.3 or over.—Mrs Cutten.

The Forbury Park Trotting Club's prize of £3 3s for best buggy horse over 15 ■lauds, to lie shown in harness and driven. —Thos. Lockhead.

The president's (Mr T. T. Ritchie) prize of £2 2s for gig horse not over 15 hands, to be shown in gig and driven.—Walter Taylor.

Mr C. H. Street’s prize of £2 2s for the best spring-cart horse up to 15cwt.—C. Ree'rie.

Mr A. Stewart’s prize of £2 2s for the best spring-van horse up to 20cwt.—F. J. Carter. The Forbury Park Trotting Club’s trophy, valued at £2 2s, for pony trot, ridden by a boy not over 15 years.—Brown.

The Forbury Park Trotting Club’s trophy, valued at £2 2s, for pony trot, ridden by a girl not over 15 years.—Tbos. Fogg. The New Zealand Holstein-Friesian Association’s cup for champion HolsteinFriesian cow, open to South Island exhibitors ; cup to be won twice in succession or three times at intervals. Open only to animals entered in a recognised herd took. —A. S. Elworthy.

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A. AND P. SHOW, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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A. AND P. SHOW Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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