It was a year of firsts at the Henty Show, with the introduction of dog high jump competition and a drone obstacle course.
The 114th show also received “unprecedented’” interest in the Show and Shine with 95 registered cars and 10 unregistered vehicles on display.
But the highlight for Henty’s Tahlie Weston, 13, was walking in the inflatable bubble and spending time with her friends.
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She said not only did her Henty-based friends come out to enjoy the day, but many others travelled from Albury and Wodonga.
Another highlight of the show, said animal lover Tahlie, were the pet events.
“I love watching the dogs run, I’m a dog lover myself I have two at home and I enjoy seeing the cute dogs doing tricks,” she said.
The show was a mix of family-fun rides and agriculture events showing off the roots of the town.
The traditional pavilion proved very popular as did sideshow alley and the drone course, which was overseen by a CASA qualified pilot.
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