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ALPACAS ON SHOW
CABOOLTURE FARM FANTASTIC
ALPACAS ON SHOW
24-26TH July 2015
Gates open to public 8.30am to 4pm
Held at
Caboolture Show Grounds
140 Beerburrum Road Caboolture
Contacts
FF CEO
AAA Convenor
Leanne Carius
Judy Durkin
Ph. – 07 5428 1851
Ph. – 0409860313
www.farmfantasticexpo.com.au
www.qld.alpaca.asn.au
Caboolture FARM FANTASTIC Alpacas on Show 2015
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Caboolture Farm Fantastic Alpacas On Show
CONVENOR
& CHIEF STEWARD:
Judy Durkin
0409860313
JUDGE:
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- Fleece / Halter / Junior Judge Ben Schmaal
- Paraders Events
Cheryl Cochrane
ENTRY COSTS:
Halter Entry Fee:
Fleece Entry Free:
Pen Fee:
Junior Judges Fee:
Alpaca Paraders Fee:
Camping Fee:
Gate Pass:
$20.00 per alpaca or progeny group
$10.00 per alpaca
Nil (max 4 alpacas per pen)
$10.00 per person
$10.00 per person
$15 per night 3 x 3m
$20 per night 6 x 3m
$25 per night 6 x 6m
1 Free $8 each additional pass
ENTRIES CLOSE:
Entries close:
1st July 2015 5.00pm (no late entries)
EVENT JUDGING:
Fleece Judging
9.00am on Friday 24th July 2015
Alpaca Paraders
8.00am on Friday 24th July 2015
Junior Judges
2.00pm on Saturday 25th July 2015
Suri Halter Judging
10:00am on Saturday 25th July 2015
Huacaya Halter Judging 10:00am on Sunday 26th July 2015
ENTRY FORMS/PAYMENT:
Judy Durkin
Po box 73 DAYBORO QLD 4521
CHEQUES PAYABLE TO:
Australian Alpaca Association Ltd Qld Region
OR EFT – see entry form
FLEECE EXHIBITS:
Must be received by 8th July 2015 5.00pm
Send fleeces to
Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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CONDITIONS OF ENTRY:
This show will be conducted under the Rules of the Australian Alpaca Association as set out in the
current AAA Showing Rules Manual. The competition shall be subject to the bylaws, rules, regulations
and conditions as set down in the Showing Rules Manual of the Australian Alpaca Association and all
decisions on the matter in connection with or arising out of the competition shall be binding on the
exhibitor.
The Chief Steward has the ultimate power to classify all entries for colour and to inspect each exhibit
for disqualifying faults. The Chief Steward or Inspection Steward may consult with the judge, should
he/she deem it appropriate for an exhibit to be transferred to another class. Colour classes may be
split or merged at the discretion of the Convenor, based on numbers of entries. All exhibitors affected
by such class changes will be advised prior to the show.
All exhibitors should read the conditions 1-4 on the entry form and ensure that they can comply with
these conditions before signing the entry form, particularly noting the condition dealing with animal
health.
1
Health Declaration
A separate health declaration must be signed and
returned with the entry form. Failure to sign the entry
form will render all alpacas of an exhibitor ineligible to be
exhibited. Please note that the registered owner of an
exhibit or his /her authorised agent may sign an entry
form. By signing the entry form and Health Declaration
Form, all exhibitors declare that to the best of their
knowledge, no alpaca exhibited by them should show
signs or symptoms of disease at the time of exhibition.
JOHNES DISEASE: Queensland is a BJD Protected
Zone. Alpacas cannot enter Queensland unless they are
from a BJD Protected Zone, BJD Free Zone, Q-Alpaca or
AlpacaMap MN certified. The exhibitor, by signing the
health declaration form, declares that the alpacas
entered are from a herd or a property which has had no
Johnes Disease and have not been in contact with
infected animals or properties. Exhibitors whose entries
are from a Monitored Negative (MN) or Tested Negative
(TN) status herd under MAP program should include
their MAP assessment number.
Exhibitors are responsible for compliance with any
Government regulatory requirements for the movement
of stock interstate and within Queensland. Interstate
exhibitors are advised to check for updates to border
crossing regulations and opening times.
Alpacas travelling interstate must comply with that
State’s Department of Primary Industry requirements,
and must meet the Queensland Department of Primary
Industries requirement regarding travel permits and
waybills, particularly noting the JD status of the alpacas
being transported. Alpacas travelling from interstate are
required to stop at the border crossing for inspection of
paperwork. On leaving Queensland, the alpacas will be
required to be sprayed at the border crossing.
2
Period of Exhibition
Alpacas must be penned by 7.00am on the day of
competition being either Saturday 25th July 2015 or
Sunday 26th July and CANNOT BE REMOVED from the
Showgrounds until after gates close at 4pm on either
Saturday 25th or Sunday 26th 2015. All exhibitors must
place their animals in the pens allotted by the Show
Stewards and must not be moved or removed except by
order of the Chief Steward. Entrants that disregard this
rule will not be permitted entries at future Farm Fantastic
Alpacas On Shows.
3
Preparation of Exhibits and Cleanliness of Stalls
Exhibitors must keep the stalls allotted to their animals
clean, and give proper attention to their stock throughout
the Show. Exhibitors must provide their own bedding
straw, feed and containers for feed / water.
4
Advertising
Promotional material is permitted within the bounds of
the standard pen height for that show. Ribbons won at
any other previous show are not permitted. A handler
shall be deemed to be incorrectly attired if his/her dress
or the animal being led displays any information capable
of being construed as advertising for any stud.
5
Companion animals and dogs
Special permission to bring a companion alpaca must be
obtained from the Convenor or Chief Steward prior to
submission of the entry form, otherwise no companion
alpacas will be permitted. No dogs are permitted into the
precinct of where Show animals are being penned or
shown in the ring. Guide Dogs are exempt.
6
Inspection of Exhibits
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All alpacas must be registered with the Australian Alpaca
Association Ltd. and carry an approved brass tag
showing the alpaca’s IAR number. A copy of the
pedigree certificate of each alpaca entered is not
required.
No animal shall be eligible for exhibition if it is not entire
(except for wethers). All genitalia shall be complete,
properly formed and proportioned for normal
reproduction. No wether may have any visible genetic
faults or physical disfigurement.
The Convenor shall appoint a person, or persons, as a
qualified inspector, or inspectors, who shall inspect all
alpacas for genetic faults, colour class and IAR number
and visible physical disfigurement.
Any animal which, in the opinion of the Chief Steward
and/or veterinary surgeon, is not in a fit state to be
exhibited may be rejected by them and debarred from
competing in the class or classes for which it has been
entered. Any decision or determination of disqualification
is entirely within the discretion of the Chief Steward.
The Inspector or Chief Steward will classify all entries for
age, sex and colour and has the power to transfer an
exhibit to the class which, in his/her opinion, it should
have been entered. The Chief Steward will combine or
split classes as he/she sees fit.
The inspection of all alpacas will commence after 4pm on
Friday 24th for Suris and Saturday 25th July for Huacayas
or alternatively at 7.00am on Saturday 25th for Suris and
Sunday 26th for Huacayas. Alpacas not in their allocated
pens to be available for inspection at the official time may
be disqualified by the Chief Steward. Exhibitors must be
in attendance at the time of the inspection and will be
required to assist.
Exhibits of Huacayas must carry a minimum fleece
length of 50mm and a recommended maximum length
not exceeding 130mm. Huacaya alpacas 12 months and
older must be shorn annually so that no more than 15
months fleece is carried at the time of showing. The
minimum fleece length for Suris is 75mm and fleece
length will be assessed by the Judge. Suri alpacas must
have no more than 24 months fleece growth at the time
of showing.
Any alpaca found to have lice or mite infestation must be
removed from the showgrounds immediately along with
any other alpacas present that belong to the same
exhibitor.
NOTE: If there is no IAR tag present in the ear of an
animal exhibit, official AAA confirmation must be
provided by the owner to the Chief Steward that the ear
tag has been recently lost and that a new tag has been
ordered and paid for. Replacement tag orders and
payments must be lodged with the National Office a
minimum of one week before the date of the show.
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Failure to present such advice at inspection will result in
disqualification of the animal.
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Exhibitors’ Meeting - Chief Steward
The Chief Steward requests that all exhibitors attend a
meeting in the show ring at 9.30am on competition days
to be briefed on Show procedures for the day.
8
Correct Animal Colour Classification
An alpaca is to be shown in the appropriate colour class,
when it is predominantly that colour. Any colour
variations will be assessed at time of inspection. The
chief steward may move animals into a different colour
class upon inspection of exhibit. Exhibits shall not have
fleece of a different colour to that of the blanket removed
from an animal to a level below that of the blanket fleece.
Guides to colour classifications:
 White: constitutes a pristine, bright white fleece. [NB:
white animals with light fawn on the neck or backline
should be entered in the light fawn class].
 Light fawn: alpacas with a cream or off white fleece
or that have light fawn on the neck or backline.
 Grey: a predominantly grey alpaca is to be shown in
a grey class, whether or not it has any other coloured
spots present and any colour variations will be
assessed at the Judge’s discretion. The grey classes
will include light greys, medium greys, dark greys
and rose greys.
 Roan: an alpaca that is fawn, brown or black with
white fibres through the blanket of the fleece. A roan
usually appears externally to be a solid fawn, brown
or black, until the fleece is opened, at which time the
white fibres are visible and uniformly interspersed
throughout the blanket of the fleece.
 Fancy: an alpaca is to be shown in a fancy class if it
has an unusual or striking distribution of colour e.g.
two or more different coloured saddle markings. [NB:
An alpaca with a solid saddle of one colour and
different colour markings on the head, chest or legs
does not constitute a fancy alpaca].
9
Age of Alpaca
Alpacas must be entered into the correct class for their
age. Age of animals is calculated from the birth date
shown on the registration certificate up to Show date, i.e.
24th July 2015.
10 Wethers
It is a requirement for wethers to be registered on the
IAR to compete at shows run under AAA Ltd. rules.
11 Best of Colour
Best of Colour Classes will be run at the Caboolture
Farm Fantastic Alpacas On Show.
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12 Sire’s Progeny Class
Sire’s Progeny Class - comprises a group of two alpacas
(males or females but not wethers) six months and over,
not necessarily owned or bred by one exhibitor, all
progeny of one sire drawn from ordinary classes (ie must
have been entered as exhibits in the other classes of this
show). Only one progeny from any one dam may be
shown in each sire’s progeny group.
Entries may be lodged before 12noon on the day of the
show. Only one entry fee is required per progeny group.
Progeny group must display their progeny exhibit number
PLUS their INITIAL exhibitor number which shows their
age and age of fleece.
There must be at least 2 entries (2 alpacas per entry) in
the sire’s progeny class for the judging to go ahead.
13 Ribbons
Ribbons will be awarded to placings in their Classes, and
sashes to all Champion, Reserve Champions, Best in
Colour and Supremes. RIBBON COLOURS: Blue 1st,
Red 2nd, White 3rd, Yellow 4th, Green 5th, Buff 6th.
Winners of the Fancy Classes and Wether Classes are
not included in championships and cannot qualify for
supreme championship.
14 Protests
Only an exhibitor may lodge a protest against another
exhibitor or a Show Official. The protest shall be lodged
in writing together with a deposit of $50, which shall be
refunded if the protest is upheld. The sole grounds for a
protest shall be a breach of the Show Rules.
Protests shall be lodged with the Chief Steward or Show
Convenor within one hour of alleged incident occurring.
Complaints against Judges are to be put in writing, within
one week of the alleged incident, addressed to the AAA
Ltd. National Secretary, c/- AAA Ltd. National Office
accompanied by a $50 fee, which will be refunded in the
event that the complaint is upheld.
15 Gate Fees
The Caboolture Farm Fantastic Expo reserves the right
to charge all exhibitors an entry fee to enter the show
grounds. Exhibitors will be issued 1 FREE 3 day gate
pass and will be required to purchase additional wrist
bands for additional members of their party as shown on
page 2 of this document.
16 Halter Entries
A competitor may not discuss with the Judge their
alpacas or proposed exhibits prior to, or during the Show
judging. The Judge’s decision shall be final. He/she may
choose not to award a prize or prizes in a class. In the
event of the Judge deciding that exhibits in any Class or
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Championship are not worthy of the prize, no prize or
ribbon shall be awarded.
17 Handlers Attire
All attendants leading stock in the judging ring or parade
shall wear a white coat over long trousers or long skirts,
with clean dress shoes or boots. The only logo allowed
on the coat is the new AAA Ltd logo, or a plain white
coat. No advertising or stud names may be visible on the
handler’s attire whilst in the show ring. The Chief
Steward may disqualify an exhibitor for incorrect attire.
All handlers showing animals must be competent in the
handling of their exhibit, or removal from the ring may be
requested by the Judge. It is recommended that children
not exhibit large animals that they cannot control.
Each exhibitor will be allocated a Catalogue Number as
published in the CATALOG. All exhibitors will be supplied
with clip-on exhibit numbers cards with a catalogue
number corresponding with their entries. All exhibitors
should ensure exhibit numbers are clearly displayed on
the handler’s white coat while in the judging ring. The
age of the animal and age of the animal’s fleece is to be
printed on the corners of the exhibit number for easy
reference by the judge.
18 Fleeces Entries
All fleeces being exhibited (including wether fleeces)
must be from alpacas registered on the IAR and be the
bona fide property of the exhibitor. All exhibitors must be
AAA Ltd. financial members. Fleeces are to be lodged
with the Fleece Steward by post or in person by
arrangement by 5pm on 8th July 2015.
Only one fleece that has been shorn in the 18 months
prior to the Show may be shown from any one animal. It
is recommended that fleeces be placed in bags, made of
satin or similar material, or heavy duty plastic. Plastic
garbage bags should be avoided.
Exhibitors, when submitting fleeces at the Show, must
attach to the fleece the identification slip supplied (no
names).
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Alpaca Youth Paraders Entries - Classes Open /
Preliminary will only be run at this event
The Alpaca Youth Paraders Competition (YPC) is a new
event in the showcase of alpaca activities, designed
specifically and exclusively for young people aged under
26 years of age. Generally the guidelines for the
competition is as outlined in the current version of the
Australian Alpaca Association Youth Paraders
Handbook. Specifically, for Farm Fantastic Alpacas On
Show, the following rules will apply.
At Farm Fantastic Alpacas On Show, the Alpaca Youth
Paraders competition will consist of two sections:
 Showmanship and
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
Stockmanship
In each section, Paraders may choose to enter in one of
the following divisions of competency:
 Preliminary
 Open
There are four age groups for each section in both
Preliminary and Open divisions. All ages refer to the age
of the exhibitor on the date of the event / show. The four
age groups are defined as:
 Junior – aged 7 years to under 11 years
 Intermediate – aged 11 years to under 15 years
 Senior – aged 15 years to under 18 years
 Adult – aged 18 years to under 26 years.
Exhibitors may enter in either or both sections, however,
to be eligible for the Champion of age group or overall
Grand Champion or the Master Trainer award, the
exhibitor must have entered into both Showmanship and
Stockmanship classes.
To be eligible for the Master Trainer award the exhibitor
must have been the sole trainer of the alpaca entered.
Showmanship Classes
The showmanship section is designed to
demonstrate the handler’s level of proficiency in the
preparation, presentation, handling and
understanding of their alpaca.
This section is performed with the alpaca at halter
and contains two parts: Show Ringcraft and
Proficiencies. All competitors are reminded that
penalty points will be taken off at the Judge’s
discretion for alpaca conformation considered as
seriously below the breed standard, or presentation
seriously short of show standard.
Stockmanship Classes
The Stockmanship section aims to demonstrate the
skill of the handler in developing a sound working
relationship with the alpaca over a series of
challenges, known as stations, over a set course
which aims to simulate conditions frequently
encountered in the daily management of alpacas,
either on a farm or in some public forum. Ideally, the
handler will be able to demonstrate the existence of
a relationship of trust and cooperation between him
or herself and the alpaca.
Together the alpaca and handler will be asked to
complete a course, comprising a series of stations.
Stations may constitute an exercise or a challenge.
Preliminary Division will consist of 10 Stations of
moderate difficulty.
Open Division will consist of a minimum of 10
Stations, of which at least four will be set at the
highest degree of difficulty.
The course does not change across age groups, the
degree of difficulty increases for each division. The
final course and placement, degree of difficulty, and
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the order of stations is the responsibility of the
Judge.
Attire
Minimum standard of safe clothing compulsory for
all Paraders events e.g. closed shoes, long
trousers, minimal /no loose jewellery and hair
tidy/up.
Showmanship Section: Black Trousers, Collared
shirt with properly fitted show coat or full school
uniform. In the case of Juniors, a neat white shirt
instead of a show coat is acceptable.
Stockmanship Section: Neat rural/country smart
dress codes will draw maximum points including:
hat, boots, belt, jeans/moleskins, collared long
sleeve shirt.
Reporting Times
Participants must report to the Chief Steward’s desk
no less than 20 minutes prior to the competition.
The event may be re-scheduled at the discretion of
the Convener.
Animals used for Youth Paraders Competition
Must be entered in the Halter Classes to be eligible
to be used in these events, entire and wether quality
animals will be accepted.
Alpacas may be shared by prearrangement in
Preliminary and Open Divisions, but an alpaca may
be used no more than twice in any one class in their
age group. However, there needs to be a minimum
of four entries in any one class for an alpaca to be
used twice. [s2.1(c) Youth Paraders Handbook]
The Australian Alpaca Association Youth Paraders
Handbook provides the guidelines for this competition.
All participants / mentor breeders need to contact Helen
Phillips on 4921 0531 to organise a copy of the
guidelines to be emailed to them.
20 Junior Judges Entries
This competition to encourage and develop interest and
involvement in alpacas by young people between 15 and
25 years of age will be conducted under AAA Ltd show
conditions and evaluation carried out by an AAA Ltd
accredited Judge (the Overjudge).
Place ribbons and prizes will be awarded. A minimum of
two (2) entries must be received for competition to
proceed.
The total possible score is 150 points, made up of 50
points for correct placement of the four animals;
assessment taken from the Hormal Scale) 50 points for
the visual and 50 points for oral presentation.
Visual Section:

Competitors are allowed five minutes to
judge the four animals and to complete
their placing card.
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The number of competitors required to
present oral judgments is left to the
discretion of the Judge/Chief Steward.
Where the number of competitors is large,
it may be appropriate to select the top
eight visual class scorers.

Competitors are scored on handling,
general competence, ringcraft,
presentation and dress.
Oral Section:

Competitors are allowed three minutes to
inform the Over Judge of the reasons for
their placings.

Competitors are scored on accuracy of
observation, ability to compare animals
and speaking ability.
Entrants will be expected to be familiar with the
current AAA Ltd Showing Rules Manual with
particular attention to Alpaca Breed Standards
– Huacaya and Suri Conformation, Huacaya
Fleece and Suri Fleece.
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b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
The competition will be conducted as
follows:
One group of four animals will be judged
by the entrants.
There will be one visual class and one
oral class.
Each competitor’s performance will be
observed by an Over Judge who will
allocate marks.
The judging criteria to be used is that set
out by the AAA.
The age of competitors is to be between
15-25 years.
Entrants are strongly advised to attend an
Alpaca Junior Judging Workshop prior to
the Junior Judging Competition.
Reporting Times
Participants must report to the Chief Steward’s desk
no less than 20 minutes prior to the competition.
The event may be re-scheduled at the discretion of
the Convener.
Attire
Smart, neat casual dress as follows:
trousers/slacks; clean shoes or boots, shirt.
For a copy of the guidelines for this competition
contact Helen Phillips on 4921 0531.
21 Exhibitors’ Code of Conduct
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1. Participants shall not engage in the following activities
or behaviours while attending AAA Ltd. Endorsed shows:
a. Negative, obstructive or disruptive behaviour.
b. Abusive or foul language, rude gestures in public.
c. Cruelty and mistreatment of alpacas.
d. Lack of compliance with AAA Ltd. Showing Rules
including attempts to circumvent rules or procedures.
e. Falsification of information required by the show
including but not limited to: entry information,
disclosure statements, shearing dates, dates of birth,
registration certificates or ownership of alpacas.
2. Participants shall be courteous and gracious to judges,
officials and fellow exhibitors at all times, regardless of
class placements.
3. Shows are public events; therefore, all show
participants should at all times conduct themselves in a
positive, professional and courteous manner. For those
entering the ring clothing should be neat and
professional and be consistent with the dress code for
the individual show.
4. Show participants are assumed to know all AAA Ltd.
showing rules. Such individuals who voluntarily elect to
participate in AAA Ltd. endorsed shows do so with the
understanding that they are bound by these rules and
are liable to incur disciplinary action for infringement of
them.
5. Breaches in any of the above may result in a protest or
report being filed by the Chief Steward or other show
officials with the AAA Ltd. for consideration of disciplinary
action.
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Sale of animals
Animals offered for sale DO NOT have to be entered in
the Halter judging section. By participating in the Animal
Sale the seller agrees to the following conditions.
1. Pay the nominated $100 Sale Pen fee to the Qld AAA.
2. All For Sale animals must be registered with the AAA
3. The supplied Sales Template must be used, printed in
colour and all sections completed (where applicable)
4. On the day of competition, if you wish to offer a
competition animal for sale and NOT put it in a Sales
Pen, then there will be additional Sales Templates
available for purchase on the day for $20 which you can
attach to your general Pen.
5. All templates must be laminated or placed in a plastic
sleeve and attached securely to the front of the pens.
6. Please also bring a copy of the registration certificate.
7. Pamphlets and business cards are permitted and must
be attached to the front of the pens securely.
8. Additional marketing material such as banners and
signs are permitted but please be mindful that they stay
within the boundary of your pens and that consideration
has been given for the other studs around your pens. If in
doubt about what is permitted please speak the
Convener when setting up.
Huacaya HALTER Classes
Section 1 - Junior 6 mths to under 12 mths - Female
101 White
102 Fawn – Light
103 Fawn - Medium/Dark
104 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
105 Grey/Roan
106 Black
Section 7 - Senior 30 mths to under 48mths - Female
701 White
702 Fawn - Light
703 Fawn - Medium/Dark
704 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
705 Grey/Roan
706 Black
Section 2 - Junior 6 mths to under 12 mths - Male
201 White
202 Fawn – Light
203 Fawn - Medium/Dark
204 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
205 Grey/Roan
206 Black
Section 8 - Senior 30 mths to under 48mths - Male
801 White
802 Fawn - Light
803 Fawn - Medium/Dark
804 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
805 Grey/Roan
806 Black
Section 3 - Intermediate 12 to under 18 mths - Female
301 White
302 Fawn - Light
303 Fawn - Medium/Dark
304 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
305 Grey/Roan
306 Black
Section 9 - Mature 48mths and over - Female
901 White
902 Fawn – Light
903 Fawn - Medium/Dark
904 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
905 Grey/Roan
906 Black
Section 4 - Intermediate 12 to under 18 mths - Male
401 White
402 Fawn - Light
403 Fawn - Medium/Dark
404 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
405 Grey/Roan
406 Black
Section 10 - Mature 48mths and over - Male
1001 White
1002 Fawn – Light
1003 Fawn - Medium/Dark
1004 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
1005 Grey/Roan
1006 Black
Section 5 - Adult 18 mths to under 30 mths - Female
501 White
502 Fawn - Light
503 Fawn - Medium/Dark
504 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
505 Grey/Roan
506 Black
Section 11 – Fancy Classes – Male & Female
1101 Fancy Female – 6 mths to under 12 mths
1102 Fancy Male – 6 mths to under 12 mths
Section 6 - Adult 18 mths to under 30 mths - Male
601 White
602 Fawn - Light
603 Fawn - Medium/Dark
604 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
605 Grey/Roan
606 Black
Section 13 – Fancy Classes – Male & Female
1301 Fancy Female – 18 mths and over
1302 Fancy Male – 18 mths and over
Section 12 – Fancy Classes – Male & Female
1201 Fancy Female – 12 mths to under 18 mths
1202 Fancy Male – 12 mths to under 18 mths
Section 14 - Progeny Classes - Huacaya
1401 Sires Progeny – 2 Progeny by one sire
Section 16 – Wether Classes - Huacaya
1601 Wether - 6 mths to under 18 mths
1602 Wether - 18 mths & over
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Suri HALTER Classes
Section 20 - Junior 6 mths to under 12 mths - Female
2001 White
2002 Fawn - Light
2003 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2004 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2005 Grey/Roan
2006 Black
Section 26 - Senior 24 mths to under 48 mnths - Female
2601 White
2602 Fawn - Light
2603 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2604 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2605 Grey/Roan
2606 Black
Section 21 - Junior 6 mths to under 12 mths - Male
2101 White
2102 Fawn - Light
2103 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2104 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2105 Grey/Roan
2106 Black
Section 27 - Senior 24 mths to under 48 mths - Male
2701 White
2702 Fawn - Light
2703 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2704 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2705 Grey/Roan
2706 Black
Section 22 - Intermediate 12 to under 18 mths - Female
2201 White
2202 Fawn - Light
2203 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2204 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2205 Grey/Roan
2206 Black
Section 28 - Mature 48 months and over - Female
2801 White
2802 Fawn - Light
2803 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2804 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2805 Grey/Roan
2806 Black
Section 23 - Intermediate 12 to under 18 mths - Male
2301 White
2302 Fawn - Light
2303 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2304 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2305 Grey/Roan
2306 Black
Section 29 - Mature 48 months and over - Male
2901 White
2902 Fawn - Light
2903 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2904 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2905 Grey/Roan
2906 Black
Section 24 - Adult 18 mths to under 24 mths - Female
2401 White
2402 Fawn - Light
2403 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2404 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2405 Grey/Roan
2406 Black
Section 30 – Fancy Suri Classes – Male & Female
3001 Fancy Suri – 6 mths to under 18 mths
3002 Fancy Suri - 18 mths & over
Section 25 - Adult 18 mths to under 24 mths - Male
2501 White
2502 Fawn - Light
2503 Fawn - Medium/Dark
2504 Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
2505 Grey/Roan
2506 Black
Section 32 – Progeny Classes - Huacaya
3201 Sires Progeny – 2 Progeny by the one sire
Section 31 – Suri Wether Classes
3101 Wether - 6 mths to under 18 mths
3102 Wether - 18 mths & over
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Suri FLEECE Classes
Section FH1 - Skirted 6 mths to under 12 mths
FH1A White
FH1B Fawn – Light
FH1C Fawn - Medium/Dark
FH1D Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
FH1E Grey/Roan
FH1F Black
Section FS1 – Skirted Fleece 6 mths to under 18 mths
FS1A White
FS1B Fawn – Light
FS1C Fawn - Medium/Dark
FS1D Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
FS1E Grey/Roan
FS1F Black
Section FH2 - Skirted 12 mths to under 18 mths
FH2A White
FH2B Fawn – Light
FH2C Fawn - Medium/Dark
FH2D Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
FH2E Grey/Roan
FH2F Black
Section FS2 – Skirted Fleece 18 mths to under 30 mths
FS2A White
FS2B Fawn - Light
FS2C Fawn - Medium/Dark
FS2D Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
FS2E Grey/Roan
FS2F Black
Section FH3 - Skirted 18 mths to under 30 mths
FH3A White
FH3B Fawn - Light
FH3C Fawn - Medium/Dark
FH3D Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
FH3E Grey/Roan
FH3F Black
Section FS3 – Skirted Fleece 30 mths and over
FS3A White
FS3B Fawn - Light
FS3C Fawn - Medium/Dark
FS3D Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
FS3E Grey/Roan
FS3F Black
Section FH4 – Skirted Fleece 30 mths to under 48 mths
FH4A White
FH4B Fawn - Light
FH4C Fawn - Medium/Dark
FH4D Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
FH4E Grey/Roan
FH4F Black
Section FH5 - Skirted Fleece 48 mths to under 60mths
FH5A White
FH5B Fawn – Light
FH5C Fawn - Medium/Dark
FH5D Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
FH5E Grey/Roan
FH5F Black
Section FH6 - Skirted 60mths and over
FH6A White
FH6B Fawn – Light
FH6C Fawn - Medium/Dark
FH6D Brown - Light/Medium/Dark
FH6E Grey/Roan
FH6F Black
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Alpaca PARADERS Classes
Junior JUDGES Classes
Section 40 – Showmanship Open
4001 Adult Class, Aged 18 yrs to under 26 yrs
4002 Senior Class, 15 yrs to under 18 yrs
4003 Intermediate Class, 11yrs to under 15 yrs
4004 Junior Class, 7 yrs to under 11 yrs
Section 20 – Junior Judges
2001 15 to under 25 Years
Section 41 – Stockmanship Open
4101 Adult Class, Aged 18 yrs to under 26 yrs
4102 Senior Class, 15 yrs to under 18 yrs
4103 Intermediate Class, 11yrs to under 15 yrs
4104 Junior Class, 7 yrs to under 11 yrs
Section 42 – Showmanship Preliminary
4201 Adult Class, Aged 18 yrs to under 26 yrs
4202 Senior Class, 15 yrs to under 18 yrs
4203 Intermediate Class, 11yrs to under 15 yrs
4204 Junior Class, 7 yrs to under 11 yrs
Section 42 – Stockmanship Preliminary
4301 Adult Class, Aged 18 yrs to under 26 yrs
4302 Senior Class, 15 yrs to under 18 yrs
4303 Intermediate Class, 11yrs to under 15 yrs
4304 Junior Class, 7 yrs to under 11 yrs
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FORM 1
ALPACAS ON SHOW
ALPACA APPLICATION FOR ENTRY – 2015
(Closing dates for entries as per schedule)
Instructions on completing this form:
Use a black or blue pen and CLEARLY PRINT within the boxes in BLOCK LETTERS. Leave one box between words.
The Exhibitor MUST SIGN the Application for Entry Form. This Application for Entry will only be accepted by mail or in person, complete with
entry fee/s.
EXHIBITOR DETAILS:
Mr
Mrs
Miss
Ms
Other
EXHIBITOR’S FULL NAME:
ABN:
EXHIBITOR’S STUD NAME
(Exhibitor must provide an ABN if
applying to enter Exhiibits as part of a
business enterprise)
POSTAL ADDRESS:
SUBURB/TOWN
POSTCODE
DAYTIME NUMBER
MOBILE
EMAIL ADDRESS
EXHIBITOR DECLARATION
I, the above-named exhibitor, apply to enter the exhibits on this application for entry as:
A hobby or a private recreational pursuit, OR
Part of a business enterprise
I, the above-named Exhibitor, am registered for GST:
Yes
No
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY:
I hereby apply to enter the following exhibits subject to the rules of the Australian Alpaca Association.
I hereby certify that the information contained in this application is true and correct. The Farm Fantastic organiser or AAA Convenor has the power to evict any exhibitor or animal
exhibit from the showground in the event of a breach of these requirements or regulations.
…………………………………………………………
SIGNATURE OF EXHIBITOR
………………………………………………………………..
DATE
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FORM 2
ALPACAS ON SHOW
ALPACA SALES PEN - maximum 4 animals per Sale Pen for sale
animals for sale do not have to be entered for judging in the halter competition)
NOTE: If you have 1 or 2 competition animals you wish to sell and don’t wish to pen them separately then there will be
additional Sales Templates available for purchase @ $20 on the day of competition.
Instructions on completing this form:
Use a black or blue pen and CLEARLY PRINT within the boxes in BLOCK LETTERS. Leave one box between words.
The Seller MUST SIGN the PEN purchase Form. Add this invoice total to FORM 3 .
SELLER’S DETAILS:
Mr
Mrs
QTY OF SALE PENS REQD @ $100 EA:
Miss
Ms
INVOICE TOTAL
$
Other
SELLERS NAME:
SELLING STUD NAME
POSTAL ADDRESS:
SUBURB/TOWN
POSTCODE
DAYTIME NUMBER
MOBILE
EMAIL ADDRESS
SELLER DECLARATION
I, the above-named SELLER, declare I am the registered owner of the animal I am offering for sale or the authorised agent for the owner:
Tick one or both boxes
A registered owner (proof required)
I, the above-named seller, am registered for GST:
authorised agent (proof required)
Yes
No
CONDITIONS OF PEN PURCHASE:
I hereby apply to offer registered alpacas for sale at Caboolture Farm Fantastic Alpacas On Show
I hereby certify that the information contained in this application is true and correct.
…………………………………………………………
SIGNATURE OF EXHIBITOR
………………………………………………………………..
DATE
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FORM 3
ALPACAS ON SHOW
CABOOLTURE FARM FANTASTIC ALPACAS ON SHOW 2015
TAX INVOICE & ENTRY FORM
EXHIBITOR NAME:………………………………..........…………………STUD NAME: ……………………..................................................…………..
ITEMS
Number
TOTAL AMOUNT
HALTER ENTRY FEES @ $20/alpaca
$
SIRES PROGENY CLASSES @ $20/class
$
FLEECE ENTRY FEE @ $10 each
$
ALPACA PARADERS FEE @ $10.00 per person
$
JUNIOR JUDGES FEE @ $10.00 per person
CAMPING FEES @ per night 3x3m @$15, 6x3m
$
$
@ $20, [email protected]$25, mention if you need power
Stables $10 per night (no power, sleeps 3)
SPONSORSHIP TOTAL
$
ANIMAL SALE PEN @ $100 maximum 4 animals
$
EXTRA ARM BANDS (1 free) @ $8
$
TOTAL AMOUNT: (GST inc.)
$
double check your amounts are correct!!
CHECKLIST: Make sure all necessary items are with your entries.




FORM 1 Signed entry form
FORM 2 Signed sales pen form
FORM 3 this checklist and invoice
FORM 4 Breed Classes Entry Forms
 FORM 5 Herd Health status
 Signed cheque enclosed OR bank transfer
receipt
THE QLD REGION OF AAA LTD WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY OMISSIONS.
…………………………………...............………….
SIGNATURE OF EXHIBITOR
NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED
ENTRIES CLOSE:
1 July 2015 at 5:00pm
REPLY ADDRESS:
Judy Durkin - Convenor
PO BOX 73 DAYBORO QLD 4521
......................................
DATE
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY:
PAID:………………………………………………
DATE RECEIVED…………………………………
RECEIPT
NUMBER:………………………………………
CHEQUE
NUMBER…………………………………………
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Caboolture Farm Fantastic Alpacas On Show – 24-26 July 2015
Entries close: 1 July 2015 at 5.00 pm
Cheques and Entry forms to be posted to: Judy Durkin PO BOX 73 DAYBORO QLD 4521
ANIMAL ENTRY CLASSES
Sect’n Class
Name of Animal
Sex
No.
No.
(including prefix)
DECLARATION
EXHIBITOR DETAILS:

Name of Exhibitor
(Owner):
I have read the General Regulations and Conditions contained in the
Show Schedule and understand that my entry in the show has been
accepted subject to those Regulations and Conditions.
 I agree to be bound by all the Rules outlined in the current Australian
Alpaca Association Showing Rules Manual and abide by all decisions in
all matters in connection with or arising out of the competition.
 I certify that the details given on this entry form are correct.
 I agree that no alpaca shall be exhibited unless from a herd or property
for which either Proof of accreditation under Alpaca Johnes Disease
Market Assurance Program (AJDMAP or Q-Alpaca) is provided or origin
from a State recognised as a Johnes Disease protected area.
NOTE: A separate animal health declaration is included with this
schedule and must be signed by the exhibitor or his/her agent and
returned with this entry form.
Penning Details Please mark appropriate boxes
Qld (Protected)
Non assessed
Under testing
MN1
MN2
MN3
Q-Alpaca Certificate No:
.
FORM 4
HALTER CLASS ENTRY FORM
Colour
IAR
Stud Name:
Herd code:
Address:
Phone:
Post code:
e-mail::
Name of Agent, if acting for
owner:
Signature of Agent/Owner
Entry fee $20.00 per animal
DOB
Shearing Date
dd/mm/yy
Date
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Caboolture Farm Fantastic Alpacas On Show – 24-26 July 2015
Entries close: 1 July 2015 at 5.00 pm
Cheques and Entry forms to be posted to: Judy Durkin PO BOX 73 DAYBORO QLD 4521
FORM 4.1
Alpaca Progeny Classes Entry Form
SIRES OR DAMS PROGENY ENTRY CLASSES
Sect’n
No.
Class No.
Sires Name
(including prefix)
Entry fee $20.00 per grouping
Name of Animal (including prefix)
3 animals per SIRE for Sires Progeny
DECLARATION




I have read the General Regulations and Conditions contained in the Show Schedule
and understand that my entry in the show has been accepted subject to those
Regulations and Conditions.
I agree to be bound by all the Rules outlined in the current Australian Alpaca
Association Showing Rules Manual and abide by all decisions in all matters in
connection with or arising out of the competition.
I certify that the details given on this entry form are correct.
All alpacas on this entry form are entered into normal judging classes at this same
show.
Sex
Colour
DOB
dd/mm/yy
IAR
EXHIBITOR DETAILS:
Name of Exhibitor (Owner):
Stud Name:
Herd code:
Address:
Phone:
Post code:
e-mail::
Name of Agent, if acting for owner:
Signature of Agent/Owner
Date
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FORM 4.2
FLEECE ENTRY FORM
Caboolture Farm Fantastic Alpacas On Show – 24-26 July 2015
Entries close: 1 July 2015 at 5.00 pm
Cheques and Entry forms to be posted to: Judy Durkin PO BOX 73 DAYBORO QLD 4521
Exhibitor Name:
Address:
Stud Name:
Phone:
Agent’s Name:
Section
Class
Fleeces Posted/delivered:by ????
(if applicable)
Email:
Name of Animal
Including Prefix
Colour
IAR
Date of Birth
NOTES: Copy of each Exhibit’s Registration Certificate is NOT required.
Shearing Date
dd/mm/yy
Age when
Shorn in
Months
Age of Fleece
in Months
Age of Fleece in Months - the time in months between this shearing and the previous shearing date (if any).
DECLARATION
1901 I have read the AAA Showing & Judging Rules, Regulations and Conditions and understand that my entry in the Show has been accepted subject to these. I will abide by all decisions in all matters in
connection with or arising out of the competition.
1902 I certify that the details on this entry form are correct.
1903 I agree that all fleeces entered are the bona fide property of the Exhibitor.
1904 I agree that the AAA cannot take responsibility for any losses or damage.
Exhibitor’s Signature:
Agent’s Signature:
(if applicable)
Dated:
..... / ...../ .....
Dated:
..... / ...../ .....
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FORM 4.3
Caboolture Farm Fantastic Alpacas On Show – 24-26 July 2015
Entries close: 1 July 2015 at 5.00 pm
Cheques and Entry forms to be posted to: Judy Durkin PO BOX 73 DAYBORO QLD 4521
Exhibitor Name:
Address:
Group Name:
Phone:
Agent’s Name:
Class
ALPACA PARADERS ENTRY FORM
(if applicable)
Name of Handler
Email:
Handler DOB
Name of Animal (including prefix)
Animal IAR
Declaration:
I, hereby:
o apply to enter the following Exhibits subject to the terms and conditions set out in the AAA General Regulations, the Show Schedule, (collectively called the "Regulations"), and I agree to be bound by these
Regulations and the conditions detailed in this Application for Entry;
o certify that the information contained in this Application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge; and
o certify that each animal exhibited by me or by my child/children/ward is duly registered and is my property absolutely or is under my absolute control and I have permission to exhibit the animal. I hold the AAA
exempt from any liability in the event of any loss from any cause whatsoever, whether it be in implied or express form.
Signature of
Handler/Guardian/GroupLeader:
Dated:
..... / ...../ .....
Email:
Postal Address:
Phone:
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FORM 4.4
JUNIOR JUDGES ENTRY FORM
The competition is to encourage and develop interest, skills and involvement in alpacas by young
people between 15 years and 25 years of age etc. ' as per the 'Judging' component of the 'Entry
requirements' in the schedule.
Place ribbons will be awarded.
_____________________________________________________________________________
ENTRANT’S DETAILS
Name of Entrant: ________________________________________Contact No: _____________
Entrant’s Age: ________________
Postal Address:
____________________________________________________
Town __________________________Post Code_______ Phone: _____________
Brief background information
- Why you are interested in alpacas, your experience with alpacas and why you are interested in
judging alpacas
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
Competitor Signature/Guardian (if under 18yrs) _________________Contact No: ____________
Name of School/ Group (If applicable) ______________________________________________
Teacher in Charge (If applicable) ____________________________Contact No: ____________
Cheques & Entry forms to be posted to:
Judy Durkin PO BOX 73 DAYBORO QLD 4521
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FORM 4.5
FARM FANTASTIC ALPACAS ON SHOW 2015
FLEECE IDENTIFICATION FORM
Class
Name of Animal (including prefix)
No.
Age of
Fleece
(mths)
DOB
Shearing
Date
Age of
Alpaca at
Shearing
(mths)
Colour
OWNER DETAILS:
Name of Exhibitor
(Owner):
Herd
code:
Stud Name:
Address:
Post
code:
Phone:
e-mail:
I will collect my fleece on Sunday.
I have enclosed my return postage with my fleece.
FARM FANTASTIC ALPACAS ON SHOW 2015
FLEECE IDENTIFICATION FORM
Class
Name of Animal (including prefix)
No.
Age of
Fleece
(mths)
DOB
Shearing
Date
Age of
Alpaca at
Shearing
(mths)
OWNER DETAILS:
Name of Exhibitor
(Owner):
Herd
code:
Stud Name:
Address:
Phone:
Post
code:
e-mail:
will arrange the collection of my fleece on Sunday.
I have enclosed my return postage with my fleece.
Colour
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FORM 5
ALPACA AND LLAMA HERD HEALTH STATUS DECLARATION
FOR SHOWS AND SALES
Provided by Federal Council of Agricultural Societies as part of showground biosecurity and the management of animal health
THIS FORM IS NOT ACCEPTABLE AS AN ENTRY PERMIT FOR MOVEMENTS TO OTHER STATES AND / OR ZONES
OWNER/EXHIBITOR DECLARATION
TRADING NAME
ADDRESS
POST CODE
PROPERTY ADDRESS
POST CODE
PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION NO./ TAIL TAG NO
TELEPHONE
FAX
SALE/SHOW
DATE
ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION (attach list if necessary)
NAME
Date of Birth
Male or Female
Huacaya or Suri
I.A.R No.
NOTE: A show or sale may want to use only the higher entry requirements below and may delete one or more clauses that do not meet the standard.
I Owner / Manager / Exhibitor (print name)
of (print address)
Declare that with regard to Johne’s disease, (cross the box for the clause/s which apply) the herd does not have an infected or suspect status
for Bovine or Ovine Johne’s Disease and:
1
2
The alpaca/llama identified above originate from a Free Zone , Protected , Beef Protected Area , Management Area
Zone for BJD
in alpaca
The alpaca/llama identified above originate from assessed herds under the Alpaca MAP, with status attained in the year indicated:
MN1
…. (year)
MN2
…. (year) MN3
….. (year) Herd Status Certificate No. ......................................... Date of expiry .............../...............
Or
(2.1) The alpacas identified above originate from a herd that is currently under test for entrey to the AlpacaMAP and I have been no reason to suspect
that Johne’s disease exists on the property
Or
(2.2) The alpaca identified above originated from a herd that is registered in the Australian Alpaca Association’s Q-Alpaca Program and satisfy the
requirements for the MN1 equivalence.
Certificate No: ............................................................
Expiry Date: .............../.............../...............
Or
(2.3) The alpaca/llama identified above originate from a herd that has been Check Tested Negative (CT) in the past 12 months.
Date Tested: .............../.............../...............
Approved Veterinarian: ............................................................
Or
(2.4) Where applicable the alpaca identified above which are 1 year of age or older have been tested by faecal culture by a registered veterinarian with
negative results within 6 months before the date of the show / sale / exhibition.
Or
(2.5) The alpaca/llama identified above originate from a herd that has not been assessed
Exhibitors may also need additional certification to move between zones or between states. Check with your local veterinary
authority. The above information, including the description of the animals and property(s) of origin is complete, true and correct.
Signature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alpaca and Llama Health Declaration – Version date – June 2013
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