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Dog Championship on the Gulgong Ag Show for the first time in 18 years | Guardian of Mudgee

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For the first time in 18 years, a championship dog show will be held in conjunction with the upcoming Gulgong Ag Show. The revival of the alliance, which last took place in 2004, was born out of the Gulgong Show Society’s desire to expand its Ag Show. “I’m the chief curator at the Dubbo Ag Show for conformation / dog show, so I have a bit to do with our board of directors. At a state conference, I met the president and the secretary of the Gulgong Show Society “, Niamh Hutchinson, director of the dog section of the Gulgong Ag Show. “They expressed interest in expanding their show and asked for my help in bringing the championship dog show back to Gulgong.” It’s two different organizations coming together to make this happen. “While the Mudgee District Kennel and Obedience Club hosts various competitions throughout the year, the upcoming championship will provide exhibitors with another rare chance to compete in a rural setting.” Many agricultural shows, due to lack of support younger generations, have had their dog sections removed. This severely limits the ability of rural exhibitors to show their animals in their area, “said Ms. Hutchinson.” This event is an opportunity for rural exhibitors to show their animals in a setting. rural. Most of the time you have to go to a bigger area like Newcastle or Sydney to get a chance to show. “There are a lot of different races that you can hear about, but you don’t realize that they are are actually here in rural New South Wales, “Ms Hutchinson said.” When people think of dog breeds, they more than likely think of dog breeds. x kelpies, border collies, maybe even Labradors, but there is a lot more variety. “The show provides an opportunity to see what dogs look like, their personalities and traits, and what may best suit someone’s lifestyle.” The Gulgong Ag Show, which will feature the championship dog show, will take place on Saturday February 19 at Victoria Park. Those attending the conformation are reminded not to touch a dog, unless authorized by the owner. Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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