GIN GIN SHOW PROVES POPULAR

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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.

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