Fife Show is a traditional agricultural event that has evolved into a great family day out. As the Show has expanded, so has its popularity with exhibitors and visitors alike.
Showing classes take place for cattle, sheep, horses, poultry and pets. In the cattle sections there are classes for pedigree stock such as Aberdeen Angus, Belted Galloways and Highlanders as well as for commercial beef and dairy animals. Sheep classes include, amongst others, Border Leicesters, Suffolks, Texels and Shetlands. The heavy horse breeds – Shetlands, Highlands and Clydesdales – have a full range of affiliated classes and the light horse section runs both in-hand and ridden classes. These include BSPS, NPS Scotland, BSHA, RIHS, Blair Castle, VHS, RoR& BHS Scotland qualifiers. Both Private Driving and Heavy Horse turnouts are a sight to be seen with classes taking place in the main ring. Showjumping classes, including RHS qualifiers, are held at the top of the Showfield. Sadly this year we can’t have Poultry classes, due to the ongoing ban on bird gatherings, but we will still have Egg classes. To encourage younger exhibitors, there are classes for young handlers in the cattle, sheep, Shetland pony and Clydesdale horse sections.
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