|Sydney Royal Easter Show|
Monday, 2 April 2018
Sydney Royal Easter Show Day 11
Bound to be another jam-packed day of action, the Sydney Royal Easter Show has you covered with a range of exciting competitions, entertainment and novelty foods.
Today is very much about man’s best friend with the ADVANCE™ Best in Show dog revealed in front of a packed grandstand above the Howie Lawns.
Soon after the best of the best in Showjumping will be uncovered in the Sydney Royal Horse Showjumping Grand Prix.
Lunchtime Entertainment If death defying acts, D-Max precision utes and jaw-dropping entertainment is in your sights then don’t miss the Lunchtime entertainment in Spotless Stadium, (the Main Arena).
Hold on to your seat as the Showtime Freestyle Motor X Team flip through the air and Murray Wilkinson communicates to his six talent working dogs as they manoeuvre cattle right in front of your eyes with whistles and tones unique to each dog.
This is the only place to be when the clock strikes 12, so grab a Donut Pie and head on over to the Show.
All about Dairy Today will host a variety of Dairy Cattle competitions that will showcase the cream of the crop in the world of Dairy.
The precursor to the Sydney Royal Interbreeds Competition happening tomorrow (Tuesday), watch as the farmers showcase their very best cattle.
From Ayrshire, Guernsey, Jersey, Holstein (the defending champion) and more, watch all the judging on the Cattle Lawns.
Best in Show Sydney Royal ADVANCE™ Best in Show is one of the true highlights of any Sydney Royal Easter Show and recognises the best dog in Show from the hundreds entered across scores of breeds.
Just before the crowning of Best in Show is one of the tear-jerker moments of the Show, the presentation of the Canine Hero Awards to two dogs rewarded for either acts of bravery in their daily jobs or selfless service to handlers with disabilities.
Get your seat early, the Howie Lawns grandstands are generally packed for these awards. Sydney Royal Horse Showjumping Grand Prix World class riders on world class (and very valuable horses) makes up the Sydney Royal Horse Showjumping Grand Prix.
As one of the biggest events on the Showjumping calendar, the Grand Prix course is the brainchild of world renowned designer, Werner Deeg.
He has produced different and challenging courses right throughout the Show. The Grand Prix is bound to be a thrilling display of discipline and talent by some of the best horse and rider combinations in the country.