Get ready for furry and less furry friends | Oberon’s review

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From yard dog shows and equestrian events to livestock and reptile shows, animals are always a crowd pleaser at the Oberon Show. The Animal Nursery will be open all day and offers the best chance to get up close and personal with some cuddly creatures. Parents are warned that while kids can’t bring animals home, there’s no guarantee kids won’t beg you to buy a rabbit, guinea pig or even a baby lamb for them. the next months. Pony and cart rides will also be offered for those looking for a little more fun. Reptile Kingdom Australia will be on hand for people to discover not-so-furry friends from across Australia. Think lizards, snakes and even crocodiles, all ready to welcome all the brave and learn about their lives, safety tips when dealing with reptiles and, of course, conservation efforts. Yard Dog Trials will return to the arena, along with the first event – the Dog High Jump. While kelpies normally dominate the roost when it comes to high jumping, all breeds are welcome to join the competition and try the jump. The Oberon Pony Club will be hosting a series of “unofficial” events throughout the day to entertain and thrill horse lovers. Events include show jumping, barrel racing, flag racing, and even a costume contest.

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From yard dog shows and equestrian events to livestock and reptile shows, animals are always a crowd pleaser at the Oberon Show. The Animal Nursery will be open all day and offers the best chance to get up close and personal with some cuddly creatures. Parents are warned that while kids can’t bring animals home, there’s no guarantee kids won’t beg you to buy a rabbit, guinea pig or even a baby lamb for them. the next months. Pony and cart rides will also be offered for those looking for a little more fun.

Reptile Kingdom Australia will be on hand for people to discover not-so-furry friends from across Australia. Think lizards, snakes and even crocodiles, all ready to welcome all the brave and learn about their lives, safety tips when dealing with reptiles and, of course, conservation efforts.

Yard Dog Trials will return to the arena, along with the first event – the Dog High Jump. While kelpies normally dominate the roost when it comes to high jumping, all breeds are welcome to join the competition and try the jump.

The Oberon Pony Club will be hosting a series of “unofficial” events throughout the day to entertain and thrill horse lovers. Events include show jumping, barrel racing, flag racing, and even a costume contest.

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