Weeton Show - Sheep

Sheep Classes

Sheep are a traditional part of every rural show and Weeton Show provides an excellent opportunity to show your sheep with 13 classes catering for a wide range of breeds. From young handlers learning the skills of showing to seasoned breeders/show people, there is a class for everyone.

Online entries preferred but other options available – see links below

Please ensure you have read the Society General Rules and the Sheep Notes prior to completing your entry form – see links below.

Entries Close Sunday 11th July

Class List (pdf)
Alternative Entry Form (PDF)
Sheep Important Notes (PDF)
General Show Rules (PDF)

Please Note

This year only all entry tickets must be purchased in advance to comply with Covid restrictions.

Please ensure you add any extra ticket requirements to your entry form to avoid disappointment at the entry gate on the day!

Exhibitors in this section please note



  1. Please ensure you have read the Society General Rules. Available on the show website.
  2. Entry forms to be sent to the Sheep Secretary: Liz Askew, Straitways, Strait Lane, Huby, Leeds LS17 0EA. 07595 119 532. Enquiries to weetonsheep@gmail.com.
  3. Closing date for entries 11 July 2021. Late entries may be accepted at the discretion of the Sheep Secretary subject to a penalty of £1.00 per class.
  4. No entries accepted on the day.
  5. Entries of £10.00 will entitle the exhibitor to one exhibitor tickets. Posting of exhibitor tickets cannot be guaranteed for late entries. Additional reduced price entry tickets can be purchased on the entry form.
  6. Judging will start promptly at 10.00am
  7. Penning - All sheep must be penned before 9.45am and remain there until 3.30pm
  8. Sheep exhibited at this show must not be freshly dipped and be wet with dip. In preparing sheep for exhibition they must not be treated with a spray containing undiluted or very strong OP dip. Any product used at the show for treating sheep fleece should be marketed as suitable for this purpose and the appropriate precautions followed. Failure to comply will result in prize money being forfeited.
  9. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to complete TWO MOVEMENT FORMS and hand them to the Licence Steward on the show day.
  10. Separate unloading/loading and penning arrangements have been made for sheep for MV accredited flocks. To use these facilities sheep must be accompanied by a valid certificate of status (please state on entry form).
  11. Exhibitors are reminded that it is their responsibility to insure against damage caused by their animals.
  12. Include an A5 SAE with your entry.


Liz 07595 119 532



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S&G Walmsley, Weegmans