The 2018 Canowindra Show did not disappoint with something on offer for everyone. From sideshow alley, to rides, dagwood dogs, showbags, woodchopping, show jumping, sports shearing, chook washing, whip cracking by the Crackup Sisters and tractor pulling the show had it all!
The Cobley Pavilion was full of artworks, Lego, photographs, cakes, eggs, flowers and fresh produce all entered by local community members. The look on the children’s faces when they saw that they had won an award was priceless.
There was a great turn out on Friday afternoon and evening with the show bar in full swing and the fireworks capturing the eyes and ears of the crowd assembled on the hill and in the grandstand.
On Saturday afternoon Andrew Gee MP for Calare presented the 2018 Showgirls with Amelia Abbott crowned Senior Showgirl and Claire Wright sashed Junior Showgirl. Amelia will now go on and compete in the Zone Showgirl. If you are interested in having any of the Showgirls at your event or fundraiser
please get in touch via the Facebook page as they are here for the community.
There was also the sashing of the Jackaroo and Jillaroo winners for 2018. They were youngest Jillaroo Mackenzie Maunder (4-6 years), Jack Smyth and Lucy Atkinson (7-10 years) and Mitchell Stephens and Amy Harrison (11-13 years).
The Show Committee is to be commended on all the hard work that goes into the two day show event.
By Sarah Maynard