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May 13th, 2015

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>> Members' Newsletter
Click here to download the February 2015 Member's Newsletter.
Back issues are also available.


>> Horse Measuring 2015/2016

2015 Dates
August 9th
  September 13th
  October 18th
  November 15th
  December 13th

2016 Dates
January 17th
  February 7th

Horse measuring rates are:
- $30 for first measure
- $20 for annual remeasure
   (with existing cert)
- $10 young stock remeasure
- $75 for life certificate
- $75 for all replacement
   certificates
- $60 for special call-out
   measure

*Horses MUST be presented in a bridle for safety reasons.

Phone Graeme, 09 420 8632 with enquiries or to make an appointment. Cost as above.

At some horse measuring days we have available a set of stock scales to measure the weight of horses.  Many people like to know the weight of their horse for drenching.  Cost is $10 per horse, no appointment necessary, no certificate issued.  Just turn up between 9am and 12 noon.


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The next Helensville A&P Show is on Saturday, February 27th, 2016

 

 

The Helensville A&P Association runs the annual Helensville A&P Show at the Helensville Showgrounds. Our 2014 Show was the first officially-sanctioned Zero Waste event in Rodney District, and we believe the first Zero Waste A&P Show in New Zealand.

The Association is certified to to provide horse measuring, which it does on several days each year (dates listed at right).

The Helensville Showgrounds are also hired out for a wide range of public and private events and functions.

The Helensville A&P Association's history goes back to the turn of the century - the last century, that is. A small group of Helensville locals decided to hold an agricultural show - the inaugural Helensville A&P Show was held on January 24th, 1900. See our historical photo gallery.

The Association is part of the Northern District of the Royal Agricultural Society of New Zealand.