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Show Society volunteers cooked up some bacon and egg rolls for all the Lets Beat The Bastard Ride participants this morning. The ride raises money for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) in the hope of finding a cure for cancer. ... See MoreSee Less
A huge thanks to you guys, absolutely bloody awesome, as Arnie would say "We'll be back"
A big thank you to our sponsors of the 2019 Gunnedah Sheepdog Trials for helping us get up and running for our first event - Tyrepower Gunnedah, Elders Gunnedah, Landmark Tamworth Livestock, JBR Livestock & Property, Sutcliffe Transport, Jacob & Anderson, Taminda Wool Trading, CopRice and J & K Consulting. ... See MoreSee Less
Gunnedah sheepdog trials will be running over Saturday and Sunday (12/10-13/10).
There will be 43 competitors competing throughout the weekend. Events including maiden and encouragement three sheep trials running Saturday and local , beginner , novice and maiden runs in the yards.
On Sunday there will be the improved and open in yard and open and novice in the showground.
This is a very exciting event for Gunnedah as Sheepdog Trials haven’t run since 1996.
So make sure you get down to the Gunnedah Showground and check out the talented dogs and their owners perform some incredible sheep work. ... See MoreSee Less
Gunnedah Show Society are pleased to host ‘Let’s beat the bastard ride’ traveling through Gunnedah. This is the third year they have travelled through and we are very excited to have them again.
‘Let’s beat the bastard ride’ raises money for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation. There is a raffle up for grabs , if you would like to buy a ticket they will be at the Gunnedah Showgrounds Saturday Morning (12/10/2019) between 8:00-9:30. First prize is $1000 and many other great prizes.
Looking forward to seeing everyone. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Gunnedah Dog Trials coming up on the 12th and 13th October.
Entries to; Emily Wall on 0419705772 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago
This video provides a great reflection on what was a terrific day. Please feel free to share among your networks.Funding provided through the Australian Government National Landcare Program led to a great partnership between Tamworth Regional Landcare Association, Gunnedah Urban Landcare Group and Gunnedah Show Society when they held the inaugural 100 Mile Paddock to Plate Long Lunch at the Gunnedah Showground recently.
Ali Chaffey (Landcare Coordinator) talks about this exciting concept which saw 100 people come together to enjoy fresh local produce sourced from within 100 miles of Gunnedah. This event promoted local provenance and highlighted the value of sourcing food locally. Some locals who attended share their thoughts on the value of this event in this short video.
#NLP #Landcare ... See MoreSee Less
We are very excited about the upcoming Gunnedah Working Dog Trials 2019 which will be held on the weekend of 12 & 13 October. Entries close 9 October and for more information contact Emily Wall on 0419 705 772, email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to everyone who offered to help at the canteen at Gunnedah Show ground on the 19th and 20th of October for the National AHSHA Show. Unfortunately our services are not required.
However we are pleased to say we are catering for EA show horse Australia on the 26th October and will have the canteen operating and will be having a welcoming BBQ and drinks on the evening of the 25th October.
Please note the date and we would appreciate if you could let us know if you can help over the weekend. 🐎 ... See MoreSee Less
What a shame Gdh Show isn’t catering for AHSHA this year. You guys did such a fabulous job last year🙁
So sad to hear Arna Clift the show society certainly went over and beyond last year. Such a shame ASHHA can't support local and find the need to out source.
2 months ago
It’s back on! The Working Dog Trials will be held at the Gunnedah Showground on the weekend of October 12 & 13. A keen group of local volunteers met yesterday to start organising the event which hasn’t been run in Gunnedah since around 1996.
We had hoped to run the event last year but due to the dry times we decided to cancel and even though things haven’t improved too much on that front we are going to give it a go! ... See MoreSee Less
This is fantastic, so good for our graziers and also Gunnedah in this time of drought. Accolades to all! 👏👏 Gunnedah Show Society Legends!