Thrill-seekers will love show

IT will be another great year along sideshow alley at the 2010 Warwick Show, with the new Ultimate Party Machine ride in Warwick for the first time.

Ride operator Kevin Barbara said the ride reached 13.67m while spinning in less than three seconds with a smoke machine pumping gas, and great dance music.

The Kamikaze ride will be back after a number of years away, along with the Cyber Party, dodgems and plenty of children’s rides and sideshow games tempting with prizes.

The program of events will kick off at 7am on Friday with the prime cattle competition, prime sheep and lamb competition, ring events, sheep dog trials, wool competition, pavilion displays and trade displays.

Night entertainment begins from 5pm with team penning, at 6.30pm the aeroball drop, mutton busters, The Crackup Sisters comedy act, fireworks display, demolition derby and live entertainment at the Geraghty Bar from 9pm.

Bright and early from 7am, Saturday’s events will include cage birds, pigeons, poultry, ring events, shearing, sheep dog trials, showjumping, stud beef, stud sheep, pavilion displays all day and trade displays.

Saturday’s evening entertainment begins at 6pm with the action-packed rodeo including the open bull ride, junior bull ride, open barrel race, junior barrel race, steer ride and poddy calf ride, followed by entertainment at the Geraghty Bar from 9pm until late.

Sunday is the last day of the show, with plenty of action in the ring with the campdraft, dressage and sheep dog trials.



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