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Aberaman Horse Show and Parade EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION. .The attention of readers is drawn to the above exhibition (particulars of which will be found in our advertisement column), which is to take place at the Aberaman Park on Mon- day next. The exhibition promises this year to be one of the best shows ever seen in South Wales. The entries far eclipse those of prev- ious years, and the quality of horses will be considerably higher than in exhibitions of the past. Amongst other entries already in hand are the celebrated "Heathfield Squire," "Mel Valley, "Spring Chicken," "Massev Dot," "Naughty Naiad," "Cornhill Creation," "New Creation," and "Easter Creation," these being eome of the finest hacks in South Wales at the present day. The colliery and underground classes far excel in quality those of past- years, and it is anticipated that keen competition will take place in this class, as-the majority are ex- ceptionally' heavy horses. The jumping classes Veing a feature of the show, Messrs. Glencross Bros., of Somerset, have been induced to bring their celebrated "Blink Bonny." Other jump- ers from the shirea of Monmouth, Hereford, m Glamorgan. Brecon, and even Worcester, also figure in the list. This department in itself will be worth while going a long way to see. The Yeomanry class is being patroni-ed better than evef, which speaks well for the patriotic spirit now pervading the 'country. In the pro- cession, which has always been an outstanding feature of the show, the yeomanry will as usual attract a great number of sight-aeer*. In the heavy harness classes, there are horses which cannot fail to command admiration; and several well-known taftdems will also appear. The novelty competifionis being anticipated with great interest. The oream of the South Wales sporting fraternity have entered their horses in the trotting ahd' galloping section, it being recognised that the Aberaman show ring is a most excellent place to test the speed and activity of the steed. The Aberaman Show is I now attaining great proportions, and it is oer- tainly well worth a visit. The committee have succeeded in securing excellentjudges, the hack judge being Sir, R..D.Greene-Price. of Radnor, the others being Mr. J. R. Bache, of Newtown, and lr. J. H.' Yeomans, of Hereford, who figured so prominently at the Cardiff Show a few years ago. The Aberaman Silver Band will play- selections during. the daiv. Refresh- ments will be provided on the grounds, and granted a fine day, it is expected that the show will eclipse all others. The secretary, Mr. Tom Reeg, Broad Oak Inn, has worked hard to make the exhibition a success, and he has been aided by » strong and influential committee.

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