750-plus nominate for campdraft

MORE than 750 nominations have been received for the annual Allora Campdraft at the Allora Showgrounds this weekend.

Campdraft publicity officer Angela Hart said the feature of the weekend would be the open campdraft on Sunday.

Nominations will be taken at the grounds for the Saturday night bareback fancy dress cut-out.

Open, novice, maiden, encouragement, junior and juvenile campdrafts will be held from 6.30am Saturday and Sunday.

Husband-and-wife team Paul and Kay Radke, from the South Burnett, will judge the open, novice and maiden campdrafts.

Former Western Australian competitor Kim Daley, of Goomburra, will judge the juniors.

The Boyce family from Felton will be represented in most drafts at the weekend.

Hart said even though 75mm rain had fallen at Allora this week, the campdrafting was likely to go ahead.

“If it rains again, the event may have to be postponed.”



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