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

SHOEING & SHOEMAKING COMPETITIONS

SHOEING: CLASS 1: OPEN HUNTER SHOEING.

Competitors to make two shoes and nail one on, to the judges direction. Time allowed 60 minutes. To be held on Tuesday, 14th July only. Prizes: 1st


FIRST: 128
Mr D T Gardner, , , Penrith, ,


Second: 129
Mr B Grange, , , Cowthorpe, ,


Third: 161
Mr A Reader-Smith, , , Hedge End, ,

SHOEING: CLASS 2: RESTRICTED HUNTER SHOEING.

Open to Registered Farriers who have only been qualified for 5 years or less at the date of the Show. Farriers must not have won a 1st or 2nd prize in the Open or Restricted class at the Great Yorkshire Show.. Competitors to make two shoes and nail one on, to the judges direction. Time allowed 60 minutes. To be held on Tuesday, 14th July. Prizes: 1st


FIRST: 265
Mr J Tyldesley, , , Isle of Man, ,


Second: 279
Miss K Lacey, , , , ,


Third: 213
Miss E Clough, , , Penrith, ,

SHOEMAKING: CLASS 3: OPEN AGRICULTURAL SHOEMAKING COMPETITION.

Make shoes to the judges direction. Time allowed 60 minutes. Prizes: 1st


FIRST: 329
Mr B Grange, , , Cowthorpe, ,


Second: 355
Mr T Pears, , , Sheffield, ,


Third: 370
Mr J J Holliday, , , Grantham, ,

SHOEING: CLASS 4: HEAVY HORSE SHOEING.

Qualifying competitors from class 3 to be announced at results on Tuesday afternoon. Competitors to make two shoes and nail one on, to the judges direction. Time allowed 60 minutes. To be held on Tuesday, 13th July. Prizes: 1st


FIRST: 355
Mr T Pears, , , Sheffield, ,


Second: 314
Mr A Collier, , , Hedge End, ,


Third: 329
Mr B Grange, , , Cowthorpe, ,

SHOEMAKING: CLASS 5: APPRENTICE SHOEMAKING COMPETITION.

By first and second year registered Apprentices. Make shoes to judges direction. Time allowed 45 minutes. Prizes: 1st


FIRST: 571
Mr E Nichols, , , Grimsby, ,


Second: 526
Mr W F Friston, , , Driffield, ,


Third: 534
Mr J Harland, , , Harrogate, ,

SHOEING: CLASS 7: OPEN ROADSTER SHOEING.

Competitors to make two shoes and nail one on, to the judges direction. Time allowed 60 minutes. To be held on Thursday, 16th July only. Prizes: 1st


FIRST: 728
Mr D T Gardner, , , Penrith, ,


Second: 761
Mr A Reader-Smith, , , Hedge End, ,


Third: 755
Mr T Pears, , , Sheffield, ,

SHOEMAKING: CLASS 8: SURGICAL SHOE-MAKING.

Open to Registered Farriers Only. Make Surgical shoes to the directions of the judge, from the materials provided. Time allowed 60 minutes. Prizes: 1st


FIRST: 814
Mr A Collier, , , Hedge End, ,


Second: 859
Mr M Randles, , , Sandbach, ,


Third: 829
Mr B Grange, , , Cowthorpe, ,

SHOEING: CH1:


FIRST: 828
Mr D T Gardner, , , Penrith, ,


Second: 829
Mr B Grange, , , Cowthorpe, ,

SHOEING & SHOEMAKING COMPETITIONS: SP1:


FIRST: 140
Mr C H Hole, , , Sutton Coldfield, ,

SHOEING & SHOEMAKING COMPETITIONS: SP2:


FIRST: 128
Mr D T Gardner, , , Penrith, ,

SHOEING & SHOEMAKING COMPETITIONS: SP4 :


FIRST: 213
Miss E Clough, , , Penrith, ,

SHOEING & SHOEMAKING COMPETITIONS: SP5:


FIRST: 353
Mr A J Norris, , , Brigg, ,

SHOEING & SHOEMAKING COMPETITIONS: SP6:


FIRST: 314
Mr A Collier, , , Hedge End, ,

SHOEMAKING: CLASS 6: APPRENTICE SHOEMAKING COMPETITION.

By first and second year registered Apprentices. BFBA RULES & REGULTIONS APPLY.


FIRST: 503
Mr M Argo, , , Lockerbie, ,


Second: 616
Mr W Crozier, , , Bilsborrow, ,


Third: 624
Mr A Evans, , , Abergavenny, ,

SHOEING & SHOEMAKING COMPETITIONS: SP7:


FIRST: 761
Mr A Reader-Smith, , , Hedge End, ,

SHOEING & SHOEMAKING COMPETITIONS: SP8:


FIRST: 728
Mr D T Gardner, , , Penrith, ,

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