SECTION E - DAIRY GOATS
Goats must be registered with the D.G.S.A.
Vendor Declarations must accompany entry forms
HEALTH REGULATIONS FOR SHOWING DAIRY GOATS
For Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis - C.A.E. and for
Johne’s Disease - J.D.
1 Goats must be from Certified or Accredited Herds or alternatively the following applies:
All Goats over 12 months of age to have 2 negative tests in the previous 12 months, approximately 6 months apart.
2 Kids 6 to 12 months to have one negative test.
3 Kids under 6 months to be from a negative sire and dam - Certificates to be produced.
4 Goats must not have been in contact with positive or untested goats and must not have been exhibited at any show that does not require goats to have been tested negative for C.A.E.V. during previous 12 months.
Please sign a statement to this effect.
5 Certificates to state names and tattoos of goats tested negative.
6 ALL goats must be from herds that have had at least one negative blood test for JOHNE’S DISEASE. A Herd Test means ALL goats on the exhibitors property, regardless of breed, over 6 months of age must be tested at the same time. The entry must be accompanied by this declaration, fully completed and signed by the exhibitor and a veterinary practitioner.
7 A Veterinarian Certificate identifying all goats by tattoo numbers showing a negative result to Johne’s Disease, must also be presented with entries.
- All exhibitors must be members of the Dairy Goat Society of Australia.
- All exhibitors must abide by the current DGSSA Inc Show and Health Rules.
- Health Certificates must be sent in with entries
- Please state name of exhibit, identification and date of birth on entry form.Judging to commence at 10.00 a.m. sharpAll exhibitors must be members $16.00 (Inc GST) of Mt Pleasant Show Society, Entry Fee: $1.50 (Inc GST) per class.ENTRIES CLOSE WITH MISS L. SCHMIDT,PO BOX CAMBRAI SA 5353Wednesday, March 7th. No late entriesMembership and entry fees must be paid prior to judgingConvenor: L Schmidt, Steward: L. SmithTrophy for Most Successful ExhibitorFirst $4; Second $2.
- Veteran Doe, in milk, any breed, 6 years and over.
- Saanen Doe, in milk, 3 years and over.
- Anglo-Nubian Doe, in milk, 3 years and over.
- Toggenburg Doe, in milk, 3 years and over.
- British Alpine Doe, in milk, 3 years and over
- Saanen Doe, in milk, under 3 years.
- Anglo-Nubian Doe, in milk, under 3 years.
- Toggenburg Doe, in milk, under 3 years.
- British Alpine Doe, in milk, under 3 years.
- Type & Production Doe, 24Hr, to have been officially tested during the previous two years, points to be sent with entries
- Type & Production, Herd Recorded, milk and butterfat figures to be sent in with entries.
- Two Does, in milk, by same sire, different dams, same breed.
- Dam and Daughter, both in milk. same breed
- Doe with best udder, First Lactation.
- Doe with best udder, Second or Subsequent Lactation. SENIOR CHAMPION DOE OF EACH BREED SENIOR GRAND CHAMPION DOE
- Saanen Goatling, 12 to 24 months, unkidded
- Anglo-Nubian Goatling, 12 to 24 months, unkidded
- Toggenburg Goatling, 12 to 24 months, unkidded
- British Alpine Goatling, 12 to 24 months, unkidded
- Saanen Doe Kid under 12 months unkidded
- Anglo-Nubian Doe Kid, under 12 months, unkidded
- Toggenburg Doe Kid under 12 months, unkidded
- British Alpine Doe Kid, under 12 months, unkidded
- Doe Kid, any breed, born on or after 1st November last year
- Two Junior Does, unkidded, by same sire, different dams, same breed
- Two Does, any age, same dam, different sire, same breed
- Owner bred milker
- Owner bred goatling 12-24 months unkidded
- Owner bred kid under 12 months, unkidded
- Dam and Unkidded Daughter, same breed
- Breeders Group of three Does, same breed, milker and two juniors (preferably goatling and kid). Two juniors to bear owner’s prefix.
JUNIOR CHAMPION DOE OF EACH BREED
JUNIOR GRAND CHAMPION
BEST EXHIBIT Trophy Donated by Mt Pleasant Show
NOTE: Animals entered in classes 10 to 15 and 25 to 31 must be also exhibited in their age classes.
SECTION E1 - BOER GOATS
Exhibitors and/or attendants are requested to wear white attire when leading
goats in the judging ring. Straw will not be provided by the Show Society. If you
bring your own straw, please remove same.
All exhibitors must be members $16.00 (Inc GST) of Mt. Pleasant Show Society.
Entry Fee: $1.50 (Inc GST) per class. All animals must be penned by 9.30am.
Judging commences at 10am sharp
ENTRIES CLOSE WITH THE SECRETARY,
Box 141, Mt. Pleasant SA 5235
Friday March 9th. No late entries.
First $4; Second $2.
Membership and entries must be paid for prior to judging.
Johne’s Disease – The minimum requirement from all exhibitors is MN1 status, or
the declaration that “Johne’s Disease has not been known or suspect to exist, in the
herd or on the properties from which each animal was derived during the period of
five (5) years immediately prior to movement”. Convenor: M Johnson
- Doe under 6 months
- Doe over 6 months and under 1yr
- Doe over 1yr and under 2yrs
- Doe over 2yrs and under 4yrs
- Doe over 4yrs
CHAMPION BOER DOE – SASH
RESERVE CHAMPION BOER DOE – SASH
6. Buck under 6 months
7. Buck over 6 months and under 1yr
8. Buck over 1yr and under 2yrs
9. Buck over 2yrs
CHAMPION BOER BUCK – SASH
RESERVE CHAMPION BOER BUCK - SASH
GRAND CHAMPION BOER GOAT – SASH
Animals entered in Special Classes must also be entered in their age class.
10. Sire’s Progeny – 2 goats, of either sex, by the same sire, from different dams.Sire to be named.
11. Dam and one progeny
12. Breeders Group – 3 goats, of either sex, to be bred by the exhibitor.
Judging Criteria – A commercial animal is that of a lesser qualities of a Stud animal but displays good meat production in a commercial production herd.
A score of 1-5 could be given for body confirmation and meat qualities.
13. Commercial Doe any age
14. Commercial Wether any age
15. Commercial Buck any age
MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR
SECTION F - ALPACA & FLEECE
Formal entries must be received by the Alpaca Section Convenors
by 6pm Friday 16th February 2018
Only original written entries will be accepted. Phone or fax entries will not be accepted. NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
All Alpaca Entry forms, Classes, Information and Conditions of Entry can ONLY be obtained from the AAA SA Regional website at www.aaasa.com.au or from the Alpaca Section Convenors, Jolyon and Kerry Porter, in hard copy. DO NOT use the Entry Form in this Show Schedule. Entry Fee $2.20 (Inc GST) per entry, plus AAA SA Region levy and Show Membership $15.00 (Inc GST).
All exhibitors must be financial members of the Mt. Pleasant Show Society - membership application forms will be provided by the Alpaca Section Convenors. All written entries, Show Society applications and payment of fees to be sent to: Alpaca Section Convenors, Honey Lindner, PO Box 317, LYNDOCH SA 5351 Phone 85244122, Mob: (Text Preferred) 0457164366.
Specific entry and fee payment instructions will be provided with the Entry Forms etc.
Junior Handler Section - Please note that all entrants to this section will need to complete an entry form (see AAASA website) and pay associated fee and send to the Convenors, before the close of entries date, to be able to compete on the day. No 'on the day entries' will be accepted, except at the Convenors discretion.
Animals may arrive at the Showgrounds from 7.00am.
All alpacas must be penned in their allocated pens by 8.30 am. Animals not penned at that time may be disqualified from the Show by order of the Chief Steward (Alpaca Section). Pre-show vet/steward checks will commence at 8 am. Judging of alpacas may commence at 10.00am, depending upon entry numbers.
Showing of alpacas will be in accordance with the rules, regulations and conditions of the Mt. Pleasant Show Society, the Australian Alpaca Association Showing Rules (April 2015) and any other Conditions of Entry specified in the Entry Form and Information provided by the AAA SA Region through the Alpaca Section Convenors or the Secretary, Mt. Pleasant Show Society. Animals must comply with the animal health requirements as set out by the Mt Pleasant Show Society.
The Chief Steward (Alpaca Section) is authorised to enforce any decisions deemed appropriate under the AAA Showing Rules (April 2015) and any other conditions of entry specified in the Entry Form and information provided by the AAA SA Region.
Classes will be split or joined if numbers warrant.
Suri sections will be judged first on the day.
HUACAYA CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS (Sashes)
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE FEMALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT FEMALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT MALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR MALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION MATURE FEMALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION MATURE MALE HUACAYA
CHAMPION FLEECE & RESERVE CHAMPION FLEECE HUACAYA
GRAND CHAMPION ALPACA HUACAYA $40 Voucher donated by Birdwood Fodder
SURI CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS (Sashes)
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR SURI
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE SURI
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT SURI
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR SURI
CHAMPION FLEECE SURI
GRAND CHAMPION SURI $40 Voucher donated by Birdwood Fodder
BEST COLOUR CLASSES – ANIMAL. Awarded from all first place ribbon recipients in each colour class/age group. Best White, Light Fawn, Medium /Dark Fawn, Brown, Grey/Roan and Black Huacaya animal.
BEST COLOUR CLASSES – FLEECE. At the judge’s discretion, for Huacaya fleece only. Awarded to highest scoring fleece in each colour. Best White, Light Fawn, Medium /Dark Fawn, Brown, Grey/Roan and Black Huacaya fleece
SECTION F1 - DONKEYS
Enquires to Mrs. M. Reichardt, 97 Charlick Rd, Crafers West. 5152
Entries to The Secretary Box 141 Mt Pleasant SA 5235
by Friday. March 9th
NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Judging commences 10am
Membership $15.00 (Inc GST)
Prize money: First $2, Second $1 Entry Fee: 55c (Inc GST).
No rider under the age of 3 years.
All riders must wear approved (Australian, or European standard) helmets. All riders and handlers must have suitable footwear. (If riders use stirrups, suitable boots with smooth tops and soles; all handlers must have shoes with closed toes.)
All gear (including halters, bridles, saddles and harness) must be in good safe repair and fit correctly and safely. The judge or a designated safety officer may require a competitor withdraw from competition if gear is not safe.
Harsh treatment of donkeys or mules will not be tolerated. Any harsh treatment which includes more than 2 strikes with a whip or crop or rope will lead to disqualification from that event or from the show, at the judge's discretion. (Light taps are allow if the donkey or mule is not showing signs of distress.)
All competitors must remember that animals can be unpredictable and this can lead to danger. Competitors enter at their own risk.
(1) Smartest on Parade - led (judged on neat, clean and appropriate presentation of both donkey / mule and handler)
(2) Led donkey foal under 2 years any sex (judged on conformation - age is actual age of the donkey - no ungelded males over the age of 9 months are allowed)
(3) Led jenny 2 years and over (judged on conformation)
(4) Led gelding 2 years and over (judged on conformation)
Champion and Reserve Champion Donkeys (judged from 1st place getters in classes 2,3 and 4; once Champion is awarded the donkey that was 2nd to that one comes in to contend Reserve Champion)
(5) Led mule (this class may be divided by age and sex if there are sufficient entries). (No ungelded male mules above the age of 6 months) (judged on conformation)
Classes 6 to 14 may be divided into separate competitions for donkeys and mules depending on entry numbers and the judge's discretion.
(6) Led rider any age (this rider is not then eligible for any other ridden class) - ( judged on the rider's ability to participate in riding and the donkey or mule's suitability as a beginner's mount)
(7) Independent child rider under 15 years ( judged on rider's ability)
(8) Adult rider 15 years and older ( judged on rider's ability)
(9) Open rider - rider of any age (judged on rider's ability) (this class might only be held if riders from both age groups have entered, or a more difficult test may be set, at the judge's discretion)
(10) Barrel race - led or ridden - timed
In obstacle courses there will be points for each obstacle negotiated and a time limit at each obstacle. (points are 1 for a try (e.g. one foot on), 2 for doing the obstacle poorly (e.g. walking over it diagonally instead of straight across), 3 for doing the obstacle correctly; no points if attempting an obstacle for more than 10 seconds)
(11) Led obstacle course
(12) Ridden obstacle course - the donkey must not be led, i.e. independent rider
(13) Long-reined obstacle course
(14) High jump - led, starts at ground level, (the competitor to retire if the pole is knocked down by their animal or the donkey or mule has 2 refusals at that height)
Champion performance donkey or mule (together or separately) is calculated on points from classes 6 to 14 (an animal can only gain one set of points from each class, even if it has gone through twice e.g. with different children)
High point handler is calculated on points from classes 6 to 14
(15) Costume class (judged on the overall picture of donkey and handler)"
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