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Thursday 13th August 2020

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APPLEBY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY (1841)

Appleby Agricultural Society will be holding their annual show on Hanging Shaw Fields on Thursday 13th August 2020 by kind permission of The Winter Family, Clickham Farm.  The showfield is

Hanging Shaw Fields, Long Marton Road, Appleby, CA16 6JL


With close proximity to the A66, free parking and a free taxi service from the centre of Appleby the show is easily accessible.


Appleby Show is a great day out for all the family,

free entry for children under 16.


We have a wide variety of classes for horses, sheep, poultry, vintage machinery, dogs, childrens pets, produce, handicrafts and horticultural exhibits. Equestrian classes include Veteran Horses & Ponies, Riding Horses, Fells, Dales, Shetlands and Coloured Horses, Working Hunter and Handy Pony.


In addition to the exhibits on show there are a variety of stands, a Craft and Food Hall with local exhibitors, and main ring events.


Attractions for 2020 to be confirmed 


TICKET PRICES:

ADULTS:                               £10


UNDER 16'S:                        FREE


CAR PARKING:                  FREE


RING SIDE PARKING:      £5

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HORSE FLU


Appleby Agricultural Society has recommend that all horse owners follow the guidelines offered by the British Equestrian Federation on equine flu vaccination, but believe it is the horse owners choice to vaccinate their horse.  Appleby Agricultural Society have never asked for horses to be vaccinated against flu in previous years. Appleby Agricultural Society have decided not to change this policy and have left individual owners to decide if they wish for their horse to be vaccinated.


Although influenza is endemic in many countries and circulates continuously in the equine population, explosive outbreaks occur at intervals of several years when the immunity of the equine population wanes, and sufficient antigenic drift in the virus has occurred, allowing the virus to evade vaccinal immunity. Hence why your vaccinated horse may also be able to shed the virus.  

Show Chairman ~ Alan Barker ~ Email: chairman.applebyshow@gmail.com ~ Tel: 07540 319 295

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