Preparations are well under way for the 2013 Yealmpton Show, with main ring attractions being...
Attractions & Features
Preparation is well underway for the 2013 show, with many attractions already confirmed from James Dylan’s Stunt World, Eagles USA and Jyung Min University Tae Kwando Display Team, Flyball and Pony Club Cup Games in the Main Ring, to Heavy Horse Demonstrations in the Countryside Sports Arena. There is so much to see throughout the show ground with all the entries of horses, cattle, sheep and goats, as well as the Countryside Marquee. A visit to the Homecraft and Horticultural tent is a must as is the Dog show and Pet tent. Not to be forgotten is the vast array of Trade Stands, as well as the Craft Tent and not to be missed, and new for 2013 a Food Hall, promoting West Country suppliers from fish products to country meats, and dairy to cupcakes and fudge, it is sure to suit most food lovers.
A great day out for all the family
From a Countryside Marquee, to Food Hall, and from Cakes and Handicraft to Diggers and Tractors, there is plenty at Yealmpton Show for everyone, young and old to enjoy.
There are two rings, the Main Ring and the Countryside Arena which are packed full of entertaining things for all to see and enjoy.
The Main Ring
Confirmed for 2013 are:
James Dylan Stunt World
James Dylan’s Stuntworld is the most experienced Stunt team in Great Britain. With the latest stunts and motorcycles as well as a new buggy, spectators are sure to enjoy the show.
The show will include Ramp Jumps, Wheelies, Stoppies and many more remarkable stunts that need to be seen to be believed.
For more information visit www.stuntworld.co.uk
Pony Club Mounted Games
The Pony Club Mounted Games are a well-loved discipline of all pony clubs and provide a wonderful display of horsemanship, skill and team work. Each year, teams from the various branches of the Pony Club compete at regional qualifiers to claim one of the coveted six places at the Horse of the Year Show.
Parade of Hounds
An opportunity to enjoy a traditional sight of the countryside and for the children to meet the hounds.
Grand Parade and Presentation of Cups
The Grand Parade is the highlight of the show. Scheduled for 15.30pm, the parade is a chance for the winning horses, followed by the sheep, cattle and goat exhibitors to show off their prizes, as well as including the presentation of the cups.
The Terrier Racing final will be held in the main ring. An ever popular attraction, the heats will be held in the Countryside Sports Arena throughout the day. If you have a Terrier that’s keen to race, make sure you check the timetable so as not to miss out
Main Ring Timetable
08.00 am - Ridden Hunters, Riding Horse, Small Hunter & Cob
11.15 am - Open Driving Class and Concours D’Elegance
12.15 pm – Flyball
12.40 pm – Eagles USA and Jyung Min University Tae Kwondo Display Team
13.00 pm - James Dylan Display
13.30 pm - Pony Club Mounted Games
14.45 pm - Parade of Hounds
15.00 pm - Supreme Horse Championship
15.30 pm - Grand Parade of Horses and Presentation of Cups
15.45 pm - Parade of Cattle, Sheep Goats
16.00 pm - James Dylan Display
16.30 pm - Terrier Racing
n.b Timings are approximate and may be altered to ensure continuity in the ring.
Countryside Sports Arena
A show within the show, the countryside ring gives a chance to get close to some of the favourites of the visitors. The ring is at the far end of the showground, giving a panoramic view over the main ring, showing rings and the trade stands, quite a setting.
In the Countryside Marquee you will find a collection of different attractions all related to the countryside, from donkeys, to duck and owls and from Alpacas to Bees and with lots of things for children to get involved in. The Marquee is located at the top of the show field adjacent to the Countryside Sports Arena.