Heh, ya, at county we show on dirt. Depending on when the water truck went through, it could also be mud.Cowboy 2.0":3duh7fdx said:
Australian":38oilenu said:Were they all Pinzgauers that you took to the show? You would have been busy. I know what it's like to take big teams. How come the fair or show organizers don't give you exhibitors a nice area to display your cattle? I know I wouldn't go to one that didn't have nice facilities. I've been to some that have had dry ground but never dirt so to speak. I'll post some show pics in the next while just to show you the surfaces we get to show on. The Royal National Exhibition held in Brisbane has the nicest surface, couch grass about 3 inches long or so. Our local show is mostly kikuyu and is held in mid Summer so its easier to have it green then.
cowgirl_telly_369":1rxnw62m said:It's the only fair I've shown at that doesn't have a covered ring. The other fairs I show at are indoor and have shavings instead of dirt.
Alan":14dcz3n5 said:cowgirl_telly_369":14dcz3n5 said:It's the only fair I've shown at that doesn't have a covered ring. The other fairs I show at are indoor and have shavings instead of dirt.
I could care less about the ground, last I checked the show animals aren't suppose to lay down in dirt or grass while being shown. Have you ever shown at the county level? Clatsop, Columbia or even Tillamook?