Cappamore in fine fettle for show

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Cappamore Agricultural Show launch 12-7-2016 Richard Kennedy, Vice President of the IFA and Chairman of the Limerick Show, David Sheehan, Vice President of the ISA, Cllr Noel Gleeson, Deputy Mayor of Limerick City and County, Jimmy McCarthy, President of the Cappamore Show, Pat Corbet, Chairman of the Irish Shows Association and Paddy Ryan, Secretary of the Cappamore Show at the launch of the Cappamore Agricultural Show 2016 in Hayes' Bar, Cappamore Picture by Dave Gaynor
Cappamore Agricultural Show launch 12-7-2016 Richard Kennedy, Vice President of the IFA and Chairman of the Limerick Show, David Sheehan, Vice President of the ISA, Cllr Noel Gleeson, Deputy Mayor of Limerick City and County, Jimmy McCarthy, President of the Cappamore Show, Pat Corbet, Chairman of the Irish Shows Association and Paddy Ryan, Secretary of the Cappamore Show at the launch of the Cappamore Agricultural Show 2016 in Hayes' Bar, Cappamore Picture by Dave Gaynor
Richard Kennedy, Vice President of the IFA and Chairman of the Limerick Show, David Sheehan, Vice President of the ISA, Cllr Noel Gleeson, Deputy Mayor of Limerick City and County, Jimmy McCarthy, President of the Cappamore Show, Pat Corbet, Chairman of the Irish Shows Association and Paddy Ryan, Secretary of the Cappamore Show

CAPPAMORE is gearing up for what promises to be it’s best family day out yet with the annual show on August 20.

It might be all about the showing and the jumping but on the day there will be  huge variety of free children’s entertainment including a magic show,  balloon modelling, face painting and pet’s corner. New this year is the climbing wall which is not for the fainthearted.

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There are more than 100 classes in the cattle showing section with nine different breeds and commercials over five rings. Star attractions include the all Ireland Limousin breeding heifer final, the bonny baby calf of the year, the bBelgium blue junior and senior bull final and the GVM all Ireland Beef Championship with a €2,500 Prize fund

There’s plenty of scope for horse and pony fans with fifty showing classes  and pony classes catering for I.P.S. members and non-members.

And the carriage drivers will be showing off their skills as well.

There are fifteen competitions catering for registered and unregistered animals and not forgetting man – and woman’s best friend – there will be a pet dog show

There’s also plenty of fun for growers with the agri produce fruit, veg and flower show. 

There are more than fifty classes available covering cakes, jams and breads and new this yea is the Easterlicious Cook of the Year competition as well as a Limerick lace class. 

If al that isn’t enough there will be cookery classes for children and demonstrations for the more experienced as well as needle work and craftsmanship., Lego modeling class, art and art and photography and no show would be complete without the bonny baby and best dressed lady sections. 

Further details from www.cappamoreshow.ie

Cappamore Agricultural Show launch 12-7-2016 Aidan O'Brien, Newport, Michael Butler, Cappamore Show, Tim O'Brien, Kerry Agribusiness, Martin Murphy, Irish Hereford Breed Society and Irish Hereford Prime and Shane O'Brien, Newport at the launch of the Cappamore Agricultural Show 2016 in Hayes' Bar, Cappamore Picture by Dave Gaynor
Aidan O’Brien, Newport, Michael Butler, Cappamore Show, Tim O’Brien, Kerry Agribusiness, Martin Murphy, Irish Hereford Breed Society and Irish Hereford Prime and Shane O’Brien, Newport

 

Cappamore Agricultural Show launch 12-7-2016 Back row from left; Carmel Hayes, Una McNamara, Breda Deere, Marie Hayes, Chairman of the Cappamore Show, Ann Marie O'Donnell, Bridget Ryan, Grace Gleeson and Maura Walsh. Front Row from left; Lucy Walsh, Nuala Walsh, Margaret Gleeson and Helen Ryan at the launch of the Cappamore Agricultural Show 2016 in Hayes' Bar, Cappamore Picture by Dave Gaynor
Back row from left; Carmel Hayes, Una McNamara, Breda Deere, Marie Hayes, Chairman of the Cappamore Show, Ann Marie O’Donnell, Bridget Ryan, Grace Gleeson and Maura Walsh. Front Row from left; Lucy Walsh, Nuala Walsh, Margaret Gleeson and Helen Ryan
Cappamore Agricultural Show launch 12-7-2016 Sean Coffey and Brian Ryan, Mulcair Vets, Anna Nolan, Shane Gleeson, Coillte and Liam Duggan, LCFE, Cappamore at the launch of the Cappamore Agricultural Show 2016 in Hayes' Bar, Cappamore Picture by Dave Gaynor
Sean Coffey and Brian Ryan, Mulcair Vets, Anna Nolan, Shane Gleeson, Coillte and Liam Duggan, LCFE, Cappamore
Cappamore Agricultural Show launch 12-7-2016 Professor, Gerry Boyle, Director of Teagasc, Paudie Ryan, Cappamore Show, Timmy Butler, Pets Corner, and Deirdre and John Wheeler, Pallasgreen who presented a new cup for the Horticulture Section at the launch of the Cappamore Agricultural Show 2016 in Hayes' Bar, Cappamore Picture by Dave Gaynor
Professor, Gerry Boyle, Director of Teagasc, Paudie Ryan, Cappamore Show, Timmy Butler, Pets Corner, and Deirdre and John Wheeler, Pallasgreen who presented a new cup for the Horticulture Sectionr
Cappamore Agricultural Show launch 12-7-2016 Garda, Billy Collins, Cappamore, Sean Coffey, Mulcair Vets, Lucy Walsh, Cappamore Show, Mairead Kennedy and Catherine Quish, AIB Tipperary and Jack Walsh, Cappamore Show at the launch of the Cappamore Agricultural Show 2016 in Hayes' Bar, Cappamore Picture by Dave Gaynor
Garda, Billy Collins, Cappamore, Sean Coffey, Mulcair Vets, Lucy Walsh, Cappamore Show, Mairead Kennedy and Catherine Quish, AIB Tipperary and Jack Walsh,