The Heart of England Alpaca Group

HoEAG Autumn Fleece Show 2015

Now in it’s 7th year, usually with an entry of at least 150 Huacaya and Suri fleeces, 2013 saw a slight dip in numbers of fleeces entered into the show, predominantly in the Suri classes, it would be great to see 2015 tip the scales at over the 200 fleeces mark. Suri AND Huacaya owners we need to see your fleeces!!
The HoEAG Fleece Show is one of the larger fleece shows in the UK run under BAS Show Rules, comprising junior, intermediate, adult and senior classes for both Huacaya and Suri. Fleeces will be judged on the 25th and 26th September and will be up for viewing on Sunday 27th September.
The prize winning fleeces will be on display from midday, at CS Alpacas on Sunday 27th September 2015, where there will be refreshments, a speaker and the judges will be present to discuss the judged fleeces. The cost of entry for this event will be £10.

The Important Information...

Entries are invited for the above and should be sent to Julia Corrigan-Stuart, using the address detailed below.
Entries can be submitted on the BAS website, via ‘manage your herd’, for more information on the process please click
here
For further information please contact Julia Corrigan-Stuart on mobile: 07803726464 or email: julia@csalpacas.co.uk
Date:

Location:

Judge:


Entries OPEN:

Entries CLOSE:
25th to 27th September

CS Alpacas, Ford Farm Barn, Chapel Road, Ford, Bucks, HP17 8XE

Mr Nick Harrington-Smith and Mr Tim Hey

NOW!

6th September 2015
Fleeces must be delivered no later than 18th September 2015. and be packed in unmarked clear plastic bags, along with the entry forms produced when you make the on-line entry

Please specify what you would like done with your fleeces after the show:
  • Collect fleeces from CS Alpacas on Sunday 27th September after the show, or any time after that.
  • Have fleeces posted back – please make sure you enclose a cheque made payable to CS Alpacas, along with a return address label, and enclose with the fleece and entry form.
  • If you do not require your fleece returned, it will be donated to the BAS for training courses.