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These are the details from the 2007 Show, for this years show information please go here

The 2007 Show


Click on the pdf link on the right to view the 2007 Results


As always there was an excellent programme of main ring attractions to suit all tastes.

2007 West Mid Show (310 KB)

To view the 2007 flyer in PDF Format click the link on the right.

Household Cavalry Musical Ride

This is very rarely seen outside of London and incorporated the riders and drum horses, accompanied by excellent music from past and present.

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Bolddog Lings Freestyle Motocross Display Team

The Bolddogs had our audience on the edge of their seats as they performed such tricks as the "Superman seat grab", "Heel clicker", "Lazy boy" and many more

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Army Battle Simulation

The RMLY from Shropshire performed a battle simulation on the main ring using some of the Army’s finest equipment including Gazelle helicopters, Land Rovers and machine guns. A real combat scenario performed in the main ring.

Shetland Grand National

The Grand National took place in the main ring and had jumps similar proportionately to the real race itself. Fast, furious and a lot of fun to watch.

Bozo & Zizi

The clowns and their fire engine added comedy and fun when they performed in the main ring.

British Carriage Driving Society Tableaux

All the carriages of yesteryear drove around the main arena, with old brewery drays and stagecoaches.

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Show Jumping

Show jumping with grade C Horse of the Year Qualifiers taking place on the Saturday morning, there was also a significant number of other HOYS qualifiers taking place around the showground.

Grand Cattle Parade

Some of the nation's finest Cattle were paraded on Sunday afternoon led by the Supreme Champions over 100 cattle taking part.


YFC entertainment and competitions ran throughout the 2 days of the show including a marquee. To find out more please visit

There was a lot more to see besides the main ring attractions with 100s of trade stands, stocking all items from a hot tub to ladies clothing to binoculars.


We had a full music programme including a Scottish Pipe Band and the Porthywaen Silver Band. Batala Bermo also be made their first apperance at the show with a very special blend of Brazilian Samba Reggae.

There was also a significant Shropshire Schools presence at the show, The schools marquees housed workshops and exhibitions from over 60 schools from Shropshire & Telford & Wrekin.
There were Antique, Craft Floral Art and Food Hall marquees.
There was a Countryside Arena with Shooting and Fishing demonstrations with Charles Jardine demonstarting the art of Fly fishing.

Children’s Area with entertainment and traditional Fun Fair.

There was bungee trampolines, simulators, and reverse bungee for the adrenaline junkies!


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