Admiring the display of flowers, from left, Kaye Bryant, of Tooloom, Fay Donovan, Tooloom, and Vi Hobbs, of Urbenville.
Admiring the display of flowers, from left, Kaye Bryant, of Tooloom, Fay Donovan, Tooloom, and Vi Hobbs, of Urbenville.

Produce, livestock, events reign



FROM tiny guinea pigs to big Clydesdales, from dogs of all sorts to cattle, poultry and horses ? the Woodenbong Show had it all.

Yesterday's rain held off for the crowd to enjoy all that is special and fun about a genuine country show.

Good old-fashioned fun was the order of the day for the hundreds of families and children who were entertained by events like the classic egg and spoon race, three-legged race and pet parade.

The pavilion boasted some of the region's finest photographs, needlework, baked goods and floral displays.

There was a full horse program, including equestrian events in the ring, Olympic jumping, led cattle competitions, a dog show with 316 canines, and chainsaw racing.



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