Slideshow: East Otago Show

East Otago Vintage Machinery Club members (from left) Daniel Sheat, Gerard Sheat, Les Sheat,...
East Otago Vintage Machinery Club members (from left) Daniel Sheat, Gerard Sheat, Les Sheat, Harry Warren, Lindsay Barnes and David Blair, all of Palmerston, displayed a huge array of historic farm equipment. They also took along the perfect platform...
Working hard in the secretary's office are equestrian data entry manager Mike Neill and his...
Working hard in the secretary's office are equestrian data entry manager Mike Neill and his assistant Denise Cameron.
Miniature horse Chippie (12) is just the right size for Oamaru handlers Meika (7, left) and Cleo Millns (5), to the delight of onlooker Saoirse Jackson, of Dunedin.
Miniature horse Chippie (12) is just the right size for Oamaru handlers Meika (7, left) and Cleo Millns (5), to the delight of onlooker Saoirse Jackson, of Dunedin.
Helping to give pony rides with Herbert Forest horse enterprise Sanctum Grove Equine are (from...
Helping to give pony rides with Herbert Forest horse enterprise Sanctum Grove Equine are (from left) Ben Hamilton (11), Conavar Brown (13), Tylar Ward, Brooke Fodie (14), Ayla Vincent (13) and Cassie Mackay (11).
Working hard in the secretary's office are equestrian data entry manager Mike Neill and his...
Working hard in the secretary's office are equestrian data entry manager Mike Neill and his assistant Denise Cameron.

The East Otago Show, known for the past 151 years as the Palmerston and Waihemo A&P Show, filled the Palmerston showgrounds last Saturday.

Sunday was devoted to extra equestrian competitions, in an expansion of the show made possible by the team of enthusiastic volunteers who have joined the committee in recent years.

Photos: Sally Brooker

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