Henty show a resounding success

The 115th Henty Show was a resounding success, president Warren Dale said apart for the Headlie Taylor unveiling the Henty Show was the best event in his 10 years as show president.

Most Pavilion entries were up, the Decorative Work in the Pavilion looked stunning with all the beautiful Floral Arrangements, most of them were entered by Judy Knobel.

Show and Shine exceeded everyone's expectations with over 150 entries, the vehicles where put in the spaces around the area with a lot having to go in the paddocks across the road.

A new event to the show was Dog Jumping, this was well supported with a miniature poodle winning the smallest dog section.

Entries in the Horse section was high with a good number of dogs in the Champion Dog Show,

Cosser's Animal Show was again a hit, this was the 2nd time they have performed at the Henty Show, with the massive bull Chainsaw as placid as ever.

Two new event were added to the Henty show, Dog Jumping was a big hit as it wasn't just for working dogs, any breed could enter. Organisers were very happy with the amount of pet's entered.

The Henty show was the first Ag show in NSW to be given permission to fly Drones over the showground, there was a lot of interest shown but unfortunately due to the high wind the Drones could not be flown.

The Poultry section was able to go ahead for the first time in 4 years, it had a lot of entry's of both Chickens and Ducks.

President Warren Dale was given Life Membership with Ken Male being awarded Patron of the Show, Murray Scholz was presented with a Sustainable Farming Award. 

This story Pictorial coverage from the Henty Show first appeared on Eastern Riverina Chronicle.