The Great Yorkshire Show - England's Premier Agricultural Event

Tuesday 11 - Thursday 13 July 2017

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Entries & Results

Cattle exhibitors please note that the Great Yorkshire Show is located in a TB Low Risk Area and is a Non-Exempt Show for the purpose of TB Movement requirements.

Download details on TB Regulation Movement Requirements Applicable to Agricultural Shows here.

Rabbit Exhibitors - download the latest update here regarding RHDV2 (as of 30 June 2016)

WARNING: It's been brought to our attention that stables are being sold via social media for the Great Yorkshire Show. Please be aware that only bookings made via the Livestock & Entries Dept at the Yorkshire Agricultural Society offices will be recognised. Any horse box passes sold this way will be null & void.

Suspension of Equine Regulation 59: The Society has taken the decision to temporarily suspend Regulation 59 of the Great Yorkshire Show Equine Regulations for 2016. This will be reviewed again following this year’s Show. In doing so we would like to remind all equine exhibitors of their obligation under Regulation 73 in that all equine exhibits outside of their stables or boxes must have approved bridles or headcollars which are fit for purpose and enable the handler or rider to control them in the event of difficulty. In the case of any doubt the Stewards decision will be final.

Entry form and schedules that are available to download can be found here

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Further North to Cumbria, where we have David Wright & his 2015 @greatyorkshow Dairy Interbreed Champion #teamdairy pic.twitter.com/xjLjqPOjjJ

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