The Great Yorkshire Show - England's Premier Agricultural Event

Tuesday 10 - Thursday 12 July 2018

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Online Results 2017

Please find below the results for the 2017 Show.

The Yorkshire Agricultural Society would like to reinforce the message that routine monitoring of animal welfare is in force across the Great Yorkshire Showground.

In line with this, we would like to remind riders that they should be of an appropriate size and weight for the horse/pony being ridden anywhere on the showground, exercise areas or vehicle parks, day or night.

The Great Yorkshire Show’s equine regulations state that the rider and tack weight should not exceed 20% of the animal’s bodyweight.

The team and its vets are working across the showground throughout the event to enforce regulations where required.

Results for 2017 will be regularly updated throught the Show.

Mark Sheets

HIVES AND HONEY

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 3: TWO ONE POUND JARS OF CLEAR LIGHT HONEY,

of any year.


FIRST: 21
Mr T Lane, , , Sheffield, ,


Second: 31
Mrs D Smith, , , Eardisley, ,


Third: 25
Mr M McCartney, , , Stockton-on-Tees, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 4: TWO ONE POUND JARS OF CLEAR MEDIUM HONEY,

of any year.


FIRST: 38
Mrs S Carter, , , Chorleywood, ,


Second: 41
Mr I J Flatman, , , Wakefield, ,


Third: 50
Mr C Smailes, , , York, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 5: TWO ONE POUND JARS OF CLEAR DARK HONEY,

of any year.


FIRST: 57
Ms C Edwards, , , Dolgellan, ,


Second: 55
Mr A Brown, , , Pontefract, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 7: TWO ONE POUND JARS OF NATURALLY GRANULATED HONEY,

of any year.


FIRST: 72
Mr M F Hobson, , , Nr. Goole, ,


Second: 80
Mrs D Swales, , , Northallerton, ,


Third: 79
Mrs D Smith, , , Eardisley, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 8: TWO ONE POUND JARS OF LING HEATHER HONEY,

of any year.


FIRST: 87
Mr C Smailes, , , York, ,


Second: 81
Mr A Brown, , , Pontefract, ,


Third: 89
Mrs D Swales, , , Northallerton, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 9: TWO ONE POUND JARS OF BLENDED HEATHER HONEY,

of any year.


FIRST: 91
Mr A Brown, , , Pontefract, ,


Second: 98
Mr C Smailes, , , York, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 10: TWO ONE POUND JARS OF SOFT-SET HONEY,

of any year.


FIRST: 109
Mrs W J Maslin, , , Hull, ,


Second: 101
Mr R Bond, , , Darlington, ,


Third: 107
Mr R W Ibbotson, , , Pontefract, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 11: TEN UNIFORM JARS OF HONEY,

of two distinct varieties comprising of five jars of each, minimum jar size 340g (12oz), labelled as


Second: 126
Mr A Woolhouse, , , Barnsley, ,


Third: 119
Ms C Edwards, , , Dolgellan, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 12: COMPOSITE, THREE ONE POUND JARS OF HONEY,

three distinct varieties, all different of any year.


FIRST: 138
Mrs D Swales, , , Northallerton, ,


Second: 139
Mr A Woolhouse, , , Barnsley, ,


Third: 130
Mr M F Hobson, , , Nr. Goole, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 13: ONE JAR OF HONEY,

minimum jar size 340g (12oz), a novice class produced by anyone who has not previously won a first prize in any honey class at the Great Yorkshire Show. The prize for this class has been kindly sponsored by the NHS and Yorkshire Beekeepers


FIRST: 142
Mr M McCartney, , , Stockton-on-Tees, ,


Second: 144
Mr M Millard, , , Wakefield, ,


Third: 146
Mrs D Smith, , , Eardisley, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 14: ONE BLACKED OUT JAR OF HONEY,

of any year, in 454gram (1lb) jar size. Honey to be judged on taste and flavour only, but must be free of wax and foreign matter. The sleeve will be provided.


FIRST: 154
Mr I J Flatman, , , Wakefield, ,


Second: 152
Miss C H Cooper, , , Pontefract, ,


Third: 155
Mr M F Hobson, , , Nr. Goole, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 15: ONE PIECE OF BEESWAX,

prepared for commercial purposes, perfect moulding not required, to be broken by the judge. Minimum weight 454g (1lb).


FIRST: 168
Mr A Brown, , , Pontefract, ,


Second: 172
Mr I J Flatman, , , Wakefield, ,


Third: 167
Mrs S Bond, , , Darlington, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 16: DECORATIVE BEESWAX PRODUCTS,

minimum of three pieces, maximum six pieces. Maximum display area 30.5cm x 30.5cm (12


FIRST: 180
Mr G Browster, , , Dewsbury, ,


Second: 181
Miss C H Cooper, , , Pontefract, ,


Third: 184
Mrs O Lane, , , Sheffield, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 17: TWO BEESWAX CANDLES,

made by either moulding or dipping. Candles to be displayed erect and one to be lit by the judges.


FIRST: 189
Mrs S Bond, , , Darlington, ,


Second: 188
Mr R Bond, , , Darlington, ,


Third: 196
Mr M F Hobson, , , Nr. Goole, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 18: SIX PIECES OF BEESWAX,

each piece to weigh between 28 (1oz) and 60g (2oz).


FIRST: 204
Dr J T Canning, , , Middlesbrough, ,


Second: 203
Mr G Browster, , , Dewsbury, ,


Third: 211
Mrs B White, , , Sheffield, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 19: FIVE MATCHING BEESWAX BLOCKS,

standard 1oz rectangular mould, each piece to weigh 28g (1oz). A novice class produced by anyone who has not previously won a first prize in any wax class at the Great Yorkshire Show. The prize for this class has been kindly sponsored by the President of the Harrogate and Ripon Beekeepers Association.


FIRST: 217
Dr S M Fairweather, , , York, ,


Second: 218
Mr B Fisher, , , Chorleywood, ,


Third: 222
Mrs D Smith, , , Eardisley, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 20: ONE PLAIN CAKE OF BEESWAX,

to weigh between 400 (14oz) and 570g (20oz).


FIRST: 227
Mr I J Flatman, , , Wakefield, ,


Second: 228
Mrs O Lane, , , Sheffield, ,


Third: 224
Mr G Browster, , , Dewsbury, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 21: COMB OF HONEY SHALLOW OR DEEP,

of any type, for extraction by centrifuge or pressing. Combs with granulated honey will be marked down.


FIRST: 233
Mrs S Bond, , , Darlington, ,


Second: 236
Mr I J Flatman, , , Wakefield, ,


Third: 242
Mr C Smailes, , , York, ,

OPEN CLASSES - HONEY, WAX AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Class 22: TWO PIECES OF CUT COMB,

flower or heather, presented in standard commercial containers. Minimum weight of 225g (8oz).


FIRST: 251
Mr C Smailes, , , York, ,


Second: 245
Mr R Bond, , , Darlington, ,

COUNTY CLASSES - HONEY AND WAX : Class 30: TWO ONE POUND JARS OF CLEAR LIGHT HONEY.


FIRST: 337
Mr I J Flatman, , , Wakefield, ,


Second: 344
Mr M Millard, , , Wakefield, ,


Third: 346
Mr C Smailes, , , York, ,

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