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Most Successful Preserves Exhibitor

Waterford crystal bowl complete with intricate diamond cuts and a curved silhouette on a circular hand crafted timber (camphor laurel) base with sterling silver plates.

Waterford crystal bowl complete with intricate diamond cuts and a curved silhouette on a circular hand crafted timber (camphor laurel) base with sterling silver plates.

Awarded For: Most Successful Preserves Exhibitor.

Donated By: Donated by Mrs Rita Williams and first presented in 2020.

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Vickery Family Perpetual Trophy

Timber shield with silver presentation plates.

Timber shield with silver presentation plates.

Awarded For: Awarded to the winner of the State of Origin Rodeo Team Challenge.

Donated By: Donated by J R Vickery and first presented in 2012. Robert (Rob) Vickery was President of the RAS of NSW between 2004 and 2008. He became manager of the famed beef cattle station and feedlot, "Bective", which was established by his grandfather, Jim Vickery, in 1929. Actively involved with local organisations, Rob Vickery has been President of the Tamworth Polo Club, Vice-President of the Tamworth Picnic Race Club, and a committee member of the Tamworth Show Society. Vickery was elected to the RAS of NSW Council in 1991. He served as Steward-in-Chief and sat on numerous committees including the Cattle, Horse, Veterinary, Meat Industries and Fine Food Committees. During Robert Vickery's term as President of the RAS, an outbreak of equine influenza in 2007 had a major impact on the horse fraternity and threatened cancellation of competition at the 2008 Show. However, by working closely with the Department of Primary Industries most events were able to proceed. In July 2008 Rob Vickery resigned from his role as President. He was made an honorary life member to Council in 2010 and an Honorary Councillor in October 2011.

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Shire Horse Society Australia Perpetual Trophy

Silver-plated bronze figure of a Shire horse, mounted on wooden plinth. Made by Jo Ela AG/C (signed in cast).

Silver-plated bronze figure of a Shire horse, mounted on wooden plinth. Made by Jo Ela AG/C (signed in cast).

Awarded For: In 2007 this trophy was presented for the first time for the Best Shire Horse Exhibit. It is currently awarded for Supreme Champion Shire.

Donated By: Donated by the Shire Horse Society Australia in memory of Kathryn McKay and Greg Hosa.

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John Williams Memorial Perpetual Trophy

George V sterling silver twin handled covered trophy cup raised on a turned timber plinth. Made in Birmingham in 1928, by Birmingham Metal Co.

George V sterling silver twin handled covered trophy cup raised on a turned timber plinth. Made in Birmingham in 1928, by Birmingham Metal Co.

Awarded For: Awarded for Junior Champion Shetland Pony Filly.

Donated By: Donated by Rex Williams in memory of John Williams who was a Shetland Pony Exhibitor for many years. First presented 2003.

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Hazlett Challenge Perpetual Cup

Large silver punch bowl, with twin handles and gilt grill to the top, raised on a circular timber plinth.

Large silver punch bowl, with twin handles and gilt grill to the top, raised on a circular timber plinth.

Awarded For: Awarded to the Most Successful New South Wales Mounted Trooper.

Donated By: Donated by His Excellency Luke Hazlett Esq., High Commissioner for New Zealand and first presented in 1969.

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Mary Willsallen Memorial Perpetual Trophy

Edwardian sterling silver twin handled cup and cover. Made in London in 1901 by CC Pilling.

Edwardian sterling silver twin handled cup and cover. Made in London in 1901 by CC Pilling.

Awarded For: Awarded for Supreme Champion Turnout.

Donated By: Mary Willsallen's contribution to the equestrian world was wide reaching. She was a life member of the Equestrian Federation of Australia, a life member and Patron of the Australian Pony Stud Book, a life member of the Australian Driving Society and a Patron of the Riding Pony Stud Book Society. In 2002 Mary Willsallen became one of the Royal Easter Show inaugural Show Legends for her contribution to the Show and the world of ponies. Donated by friends and supporters of the late Mrs Mary Willsallen and members of the Light Harness Association in honour of her significant contribution to the Royal Easter Show and to harness horse and pony breeding. First presented in 2004.

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Reed Thoroughbred Stud Perpetual Trophy

Gilded silver plate twin handled punch bowl, mounted on a square timber base.

Gilded silver plate twin handled punch bowl, mounted on a square timber base.

Awarded For: Awarded for Champion Show Hunter Pony, not exceeding 14 hands.

Donated By: Donated by Reed Thoroughbred Stud and first presented in 2003.

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RDA State Mounted Games Trophy

Cold cast bronze model of a horse and rider by Mary Pinsent, edition 11/100, cast by Realities Cold Cast Bronze Pty Ltd, raised on a tiered rosewood base.

Cold cast bronze model of a horse and rider by Mary Pinsent, edition 11/100, cast by Realities Cold Cast Bronze Pty Ltd, raised on a tiered rosewood base.

Awarded For: Awarded to the winner of the Riding for the Disabled Association (NSW) State Mounted Games Championship.

Donated By: Donated by the Riding for the Disabled Association (NSW) and first presented in 1998.

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