Holding number 49/343/8016


This is a points show for the North East England Area Jersey Champion

Judge: TBA

Judging begins at 10.30am and will be in Schedule order ie. numerical class order

Class 9 – Maiden heifer under 2 years old
Kindly  sponsored by Henderson Optician, Holmfirth T:686060 www.hendersonoptician.co.uk
Class 10 – Cow or Heifer in calf
Class 11 – Cow or Heifer in milk
Class 12 – Best Dairy animal, shown by handler over 12 years old and under 26 years of age.
Class 13 – Best Dairy animal , shown by handler under 12 years old
Please note: Classes 12 and 13 will be judged 50% handling and 50% turn out of handler and calf.
Class 14 – Pair of animals from above classes
Class 15 – Champion / Reserve Champion

Milking facilities available. Please bring your own milking bucket.

Prizes: The Champion of this section will receive £50 and the Reserve £25 kindly sponsored by Westwood Motors (Honley) T: 661511 or 07711 097806
The George Lindley Memorial Trophy – for the Supreme Champion in the Dairy Section
The S Drake & Sons Ltd Cup – for the Best Friesian/Holstein Cow in milk
The Walker & Hollas Ltd Cupfor the Best Friesian/Holstein Cow in calf
The George Thomas Haigh Cup – for the Best Ayrshire in Show
The Longley Farm Cup – for the Champion Jersey
The Younger Handlers Dairy Trophy

The Holme Valley Beagles Hunt Cup   Awarded to the Best Beast, the property of a farmer over whose ground the Holme valley Beagles have permission to hunt, from any cattle section.

Please note: all trophies and cups are perpetual and remain the property of the HS Society. They should be returned in good, clean condition on or before Show day

Prize Money: 1st – £30, 2nd – £25, 3rd – £15, 4th – £10
Young Handler Classes 1st – £10, 2nd – £7, 3rd – £5, 4th – £2

Rules: All exhibitors must have Public Liability Insurance.
All animals must be on the Showground by 9.00am and remain until 5.00pm. Drivers are asked to cooperate with the Parking steward.
Under the terms and conditions of the Show there will be NO movement of motorised vehicles on the Show Field between 9.30am and 5pm.
Cattle Passports to be given to Cattle Secretary on arrival.
Parade of cattle and trophy presentation at 4pm in cattle judging rings; champions, reserves and rosette winners requested to take part.
All cattle to be tethered to the Society’s standings unless expressly asked to move them by the Cattle Section Secretary or her appointed staff. Exhibitors are responsible for attending to their animals at all times. Hay and straw is NOT provided.
Bulls must be handled by two handlers in accordance with HSE Guidance Notes GS36, ringed and led by bulldogs.
Large numbers of entries at the discretion of the Cattle secretary.
The Society reserves the right to amalgamate or cancel classes depending on entries.
Cattle Secretary’s decision is final.

Entry Fee: £4.00 all classes.
Young Handler Classes 12 & 13 – £1

Entry tickets given to exhibitors are two tickets per animal.

Entry Form can be downloaded from the File Download on the right of this screen.
To purchase additional entry tickets at the reduced fee, please complete the appropriate section.