GYS Competitor Information 2022

Schedules and entry forms for the Great Yorkshire Show will be available from March 2022.

Further details regarding each section will be available nearer the time.

Once timetables for competitors have been finalised for 2022 they will be available to view here.

Great Yorkshire Show 2021

Provisional Plan of Competitive Sections

Section Show Day/s
Garden Show Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
Pigs Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
Goats Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
Horses Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
Show Jumping Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
Dairy Cattle and Commercial Cattle Tuesday & Wednesday
Beef Cattle Thursday & Friday
Sheep MV Classes & Champs Tuesday & Wednesday
Sheep Non MV Classes & Champs Thursday & Friday
Beagles & Harriers Tuesday
Foxhounds Wednesday
Pigeon Wednesday
Poultry Thursday
Working Terriers Thursday
Bloodhounds & Draghounds Friday
Rabbits Display on Tuesday of Show
Cheese Displays on all 4 days
Hives & Honey Displays on all 4 days
Shearing Demonstrations on all 4 days
Shoeing Demonstrations Demonstrations on all 4 days

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 (correct as of Jan 2020).

Equine Flu

It is mandatory that all horses/ponies/donkeys are fully vaccinated against Equine Influenza (Flu) within the 6 months directly before the Show.

Passports may be inspected at any time; any horse without a valid vaccination protocol or owner/exhibitor unable to produce a valid passport will lead to immediate eviction of that horse/pony/donkey from the showground.

(Obviously foals are exempt so long as they are less than 6 months old and the mare is fully vaccinated)

Stables

Due to the high demand for stables, please be aware that we operate a waiting list and please let us know should stables be no longer required. Any horse box passes and/or stables sold by other means (including social media) will be null & void

Competitors

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 (correct as of Jan 2020).

Equine Flu

It is mandatory that all horses/ponies/donkeys are fully vaccinated against Equine Influenza (Flu) within the 6 months directly before the Show.

Passports may be inspected at any time; any horse without a valid vaccination protocol or owner/exhibitor unable to produce a valid passport will lead to immediate eviction of that horse/pony/donkey from the showground.

(Obviously foals are exempt so long as they are less than 6 months old and the mare is fully vaccinated)

Stables

Due to the high demand for stables, please be aware that we operate a waiting list and please let us know should stables be no longer required. Any horse box passes and/or stables sold by other means (including social media) will be null & void

Livestock & Entries Enquiries

If you have any further enquiries please contact:

  • Amanda Stoddart-West (01423 546231)
  • Jo-Anne Suddaby (01423 546236)
  • Jenny Robinson (01423 546206)
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