|Proposed Countryside Arena Timetable 2015|
|09.30||Donkey Classes followed by Championship|
|10.30||Gamegoer Gundog Display|
|11.00||Lamb National followed by Bob Hogg
|12.30||Cyril The Squirrel|
|13.00||Display of Classic Cars|
|13.30||Gamegoer Gundog Display|
|14.00||Lamb National followed by Bob Hogg
|15.30||Cyril The Squirrel|
Cyril the Squirrel – Racing Terriers
Cyril and his amusing team of terriers have been established as the leading Terrier Racing Display team in the UK for over 15 years. He travels all over the country to provide entertainment at Game Fairs, Country and County shows, Carnivals, fetes, Steam Rallies even in the Channel Isles. You name it, he’s done it! We are a small family team who travel the country between April and September giving displays to the Public.
All the little Terriers are family pets and enjoy their lives out of the arena on a farm in West Norfolk. Some compete at agility one or two work in the shooting field, the rest just have fun doing what terriers do!
Bob Hogg Sheepdog Display
Bob travels throughout the country with his team of working sheepdogs and has earned himself an excellent reputation for his professional and highly entertaining displays, in which dogs work sheep, geese and ducks.
The display is informative for both young and old, as Bob shares his unique training methods and great fun for the children as they are invited into the arena whilst the dogs work around an obstacle course, down a slide and into a pool.
Gamegoer Country Displays / Gundogs
This display will cover every facet of a working dog’s training, incorporating general pet obedience and problems. Working breeds include: Spaniels, Retrievers, Pointers and Setters. Canvas dummies will be used to illustrate the highly sophisticated scenting abilities of these endearing dogs and props will be included to encourage a fast moving and captivating display.
Audience participation in the ring is encouraged and, whenever possible, puppies will be included in the team.
The Lamb National Sheep Race
This event really is one for all the family as you watch the stars of track and field: the hardy Herdwick sheep are sheep shape and are a breed known for their agility as they originate from the challenging terrain of the Lake District in Cumbria, and need to be able to jump to negotiate natural hazards. Audience love to watch the sheep, in their individual colours, jumping over fences to complete the race. Amusing commentary from the initial parade where we introduce the runners & riders with names such as "Red Ram" and "No Ewe Turns" and throughout the race describing each sheep’s attempt to bleat the competition.