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“CHALK and cheese” was how this year’s Culcairn show was compared with last year by show society president Steve Trickett.
The show celebrated its 100-year anniversary at the weekend and Mr Trickett said the show had been improved on in every aspect.
The show’s celebration was gifted with warm weather, which was the first sunny day they had in three years.
“We had a record crowd with about 2000 visiting,” he said.
Mr Trickett said on Saturday alone the gate takings were around $10,000.
“This is really good for us,” he said.
“We had people from all around Victoria, Queensland, Sydney and Melbourne passing through.
Mr Trickett said they had received a record amount of 200 poultry entries and had a number of sheep breeds displayed.
He believed the show’s success was a result of the nine-month organisation and added activities.
“Nic Westaway was a very popular TV personality we had this year,” Mr Trickett said.
“He was especially popular with the teenage girls.”
Mr Tickett said they had received a positive response from guests about the bungee trampoline and Roy Maloy Circus.
“The committee was at a high at the end of the day,” he said.
“We were very pleased with the show and how it all went and we think all the planning was beneficial.”
Mr Trickett said a highlight of the show was the grand parade.
“It took up nearly the whole arena,” he said.
“There were a number of classic cars and 40 riders on horseback.”
Mr Trickett said he was grateful to all the sponsors who had donated to the show.