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Reg Watson Memorial Perpetual Trophy

A bronze sculpture of an Australian Game Fowl (Male) mounted on a stepped column of Australian Silver Ash timber set on a crossed base.

A bronze sculpture of an Australian Game Fowl (Male) mounted on a stepped column of Australian Silver Ash timber set on a crossed base.

Awarded For: Awarded for Champion Hard Feather Standard or Bantam.

Donated By: This trophy commemorates the dedication of Reg Watson as a knowledgeable and very successful breeder and exhibitor of Australian Game, Australian Pit Game and Old English Game poultry. He was an active exhibitor and judge from 1941 until 1978. Donated by the Watson Family and first presented in 2007. Originally awarded for Best Hard Feathered Large Fowl or Bantam.

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Peter Smith Perpetual Trophy

Two sterling silver fighting cock models make this a truly unique trophy. The bird with the turned head is realistically modelled with detailed feather work, spurs to the legs and bears the London import marks for Berthold Muller, London 1911. The second bird bears the import marks for Berthold Muller, Chester 1901 and also has the original manufacturer's mark of Neresheimer of Hanau, Germany.

Two sterling silver fighting cock models make this a truly unique trophy. The bird with the turned head is realistically modelled with detailed feather work, spurs to the legs and bears the London import marks for Berthold Muller, London 1911. The second bird bears the import marks for Berthold Muller, Chester 1901 and also has the original manufacturer's mark of Neresheimer of Hanau, Germany.

Awarded For: Awarded for Grand Champion Bird of Show.

Donated By: Peter Smith OAM was elected to the Council of the RAS of NSW in 1982. He has served on several committees - most notably the Poultry Committee of which he was Chair from 1991 until his retirement in 2006. Well respected, the funds for this trophy were contributed over a two year period by his friends and colleagues, as well as past and present exhibitors within the Poultry Section. Peter Smith began breeding poultry in 1950 and had his first win in 1952. His breeds include Light Sussex, Black and Brown-Red Pekin Bantams and Rosecomb Bantams. Donated by the family, poultry exhibitors and friends of Peter Smith OAM and first presented in 2007.

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ASC/RAS Perpetual Shield for Champion School Parader

Carved timber shield (oval with gum leaf edge) with crests of RAS & ASC.

Carved timber shield (oval with gum leaf edge) with crests of RAS & ASC.

Awarded For: Awarded to the Champion School Parader

Donated By: First Presented in 1988

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Hugh Lydiard Memorial Perpetual Trophy

Bronze sculpture by Eddie Hackman, c.2002 of a drover on horse with dog and sheep.

Bronze sculpture by Eddie Hackman, c.2002 of a drover on horse with dog and sheep.

Awarded For: Awarded to the winner of the RAS/ASC Merino Sheep Young Judges Competition State Final

Donated By: Donated by the past employees of Egelabra Merino Stud in memory of Mr Hugh Lydiard and first presented in 2003. Hugh Lydiard provided many years of service as Judge and Steward at the Royal Easter Show and encouraged young people within the industry.

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Betty Hordern Perpetual Trophy

Victorian sterling silver salver. Made in London in 1859, by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater.

Victorian sterling silver salver. Made in London in 1859, by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater.

Awarded For: Awarded for the Grand Champion Carcase at the Prime Lamb Hoof & Hook Competition in Illabo

Donated By: Donated by Anthony Hordern MBE to the RAS of NSW for the Prime Lamb Section and first presented in 1984.

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RAS of NSW Supreme Merino Perpetual Trophy

Silver-plated punch bowl on a pedestal foot.

Silver-plated punch bowl on a pedestal foot.

Awarded For: Awarded for Supreme Merino Exhibit

Donated By: The trophy was originally sponsored by the Australia to Europe Shipping Conference and was awarded between 1979 and 1996. Recognising the need for a prestigious trophy for this award, the RAS of NSW, led by the Sheep Committee, decided to reinstate this Perpetual Trophy from 2007. As a trophy was not current between 1997 and 2006, a plaque has been attached to recognise winners of the title during this time.

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Bruce Merriman Memorial Perpetual Trophy

Cold cast bronze Merino Ram by Mary Pinsent, raised on three-tiered timber base.

Cold cast bronze Merino Ram by Mary Pinsent, raised on three-tiered timber base.

Awarded For: Awarded for Best Exhibit of Five August Shorn Merino or Poll Merino Sheep.

Donated By: Donated by the NSW Stud Merino Breeders' Association Ltd and first presented in 1992.

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Thomas Farquhar Hodgson Memorial Perpetual Trophy

Cold cast bronze figure of a Merino Ram standing beside a wool bale with gilded wool bursting from it, raised on a rectangular teak base. Bronze made and signed by Mary Pinsent.

Cold cast bronze figure of a Merino Ram standing beside a wool bale with gilded wool bursting from it, raised on a rectangular teak base. Bronze made and signed by Mary Pinsent.

Awarded For: Awarded for Most Successful Merino Fleece Exhibitor.

Donated By: Donated by the family of the late Thomas Farquhar Hodgson and first presented in 1992. Hodgson was General Manager of Schute Bell Badgery Lumby and judged in the Fleece Section of the RAS for a number of years.

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