GIN GIN SHOW PROVES POPULAR
THE Gin Gin Show at the weekend proved that regional Queensland shows remain popular.
Gin Gin Show Society president Judy Honor said the community had demonstrated their support for the event with entries up in every area of the show.
“It was very, very good,” she said.
“We had record entries in the ring events. The feedback from the exhibitors and sideshow has been very good again this year.”
Mrs Honor said a “huge crowd” had attended the show on Saturday evening with a band entertaining the crowd until 11pm.
“We also had a lovely fireworks show,” she said.
Mrs Honor said the newly introduced ute muster had also been a success with nine entries in the inaugural event.
“We were surprised to get that many,” she said.
Mrs Honor said support from the public was certainly on a par with previous shows.
Chloe Armatys gives Carson a kiss for good luck as he gets set for his time in the spotlight on Saturday.
RIGHT: The ring events attracted record entries with plenty of stock on show.
Raquel Reynolds made the most of the chance to check out the animals at the show.
Lauren Hoylaerts does her best to drum up some business in side-show alley on Saturday.
Annunzio ‘The Wire King’ with his display.
Aaron Walker and Tia Thompson.
Daniel Heise and Larissa Newell.