The Magnet captured most of the action at Pambula Show on Saturday. Did we snap you?
Olivia Sharp (front) with big sister Madison enjoyed the jumping castle at Saturday’s Pambula Show. The Sharp’s were visiting the Far South Coast from Melbourne and had a “fabulous stay” according to Mrs Sharp.
Cindy and Frank McKnight from Vermont in the USA, “looked on the internet for something to do and here we are! I wanted to come and see the animals,” farmer’s daughter Cindy said.
2014 Pambula Show girl Emma Hassan opened the show with Allan and Angela George. Emma did some quick costume changes on the day as she was also competing in the horse events.
Toot the Magic Clown kept children enthralled with her mysterious magic tricks!
Discussing tactics pre-Dodgem car racing.
Monica Mackey from Pambula enjoyed side show alley.
Liberal Party members enjoy Rocky Hall wines offering.
Another way to walk on water...
Champion and reserve champion open Galloway: (left) Georgia Kennedy from Bega on champion Yindarla Park Picture and Kristin Salway Cowdroy on (reserve champion) Karizmah Okey Dokey.
In the novelty ring, the child leading a parent event saw everyone a blue ribbon winner. Possibly the judges just got scared? Judge: last mum sitting could be the winner!
Kristin Salway Cowdroy on Myoora Dinkum from Moruya. Myoora Dinkum won champion working stock horse and champion stock horse hack.
Poultry judge Tabitha Bilaniwskyj-Zarins with champion bird of the show, a Silver Spangled Hamburgh cock bird, and his owner Stephen Robertson from Devil’s Hole.
Oyster judges Gerry Anderson (left) and Roy Mills were impressed with the quality and quantity of oyster entries at Pambula Show.
Pepi the Fox Terrier enjoyed a pat from five-year-old Tayah Hill (“I’m six in five days!)from Pambula. Happy birthday Tayah!
Alpaca breeder Robert Crewe from Jandarra Alpacas, Bald Hills, with his champion alpacas, Midnight Rambler (right) and Touchdown.
Alpacas Touchdown and Midnight Rambler look deceptively docile...that isn't a wad of spit in your jaw, Rambler?
Jim Gall and Margaret Sheaves of Eden admire the poultry champion rooster.
Tom Otton on Spooks in the Grand Prix event.
Amber Pollard on Great Expectations, won the one metre show jumping event.
Melinda Armstrong on Sugar and Spice jumps clear in the 1 metre event, taking out 5th place in the event.
Jane Adam and Helen Gray from Eden led a resurgence in entries to the Produce Pavilion. Jane won multiple prizes including first place in the hand knitting, ladies jumper or cardigan. Helen was also a prolific entrant winning, amongst other prizes, first in the handmade soft toy with the cutest teddy bear ever.
In the last event on the wood chop program, the butchers block, young guns Wayne Grealy and Matt Knight, took on veterans Graeme Love (left) and Peter Knight (right).
Tom Otton on Spooks. Tom took out second, third and fourth placings on different horses in the 1 metre show jumping.
Large dog high jump winner Shari Grist (middle) with Bolt and Brett Rogers (right). The event is sponsored by Southern Farm Supplies.
Krista Dodsworth (Eden) hula hooped up a storm.
Shari Grist from Pambula with her 18-month-old dog Bolt, won the large dogs high jump, clearing 1.8 metres. Bolt’s incentive? A squeaky plastic chop, held by Shari who squeaked it for all she was worth. The jump was a PB for Bolt!
Super ''Cooper" takes out the small dog jump.
Tilly the foxy had too much Christmas pudding and paid the ultimate price, coming in second in the small dog high jump at the show.