We've got great line up - as well as all the usual suspects - livestock, equestrian events, horticulture competitions, amazing food, shopping, arts and crafts we've booked new acts to entertain you for all three days in the arenas, as well as many other attractions that can be found throughout the Show.
Lennie the Land Train
Take a ride on "Lennie" - this fun land train pulls two covered carriages with up to 24 passengers. At 27ft long and full of happy people he will make you smile as he drives past.
Tommy the Talking Toucan; Falconry; demonstration by Scarlets Academy; Foxhounds
Agility returns to this year’s Pembrokeshire Agricultural Show in the middle of a busy agility summer. Agility was created as special canine attraction at Crufts in 1978. Since then competitive events have been held worldwide with the UK providing champions who take on and regularly win against world-class competitors. Today the UK continues to set world agility standards and dogs compete at agility as far afield as New Zealand, America and Singapore. Selection to various British teams is hard fought during the year and the GB team continues to excel in Europe. Members of the Welsh Agility team will be in competitive attendance and it’s very likely that Rosie Cavill will defend her Burns Welsh Handler of the Year title for a third time – a world record. The equipment used for agility is specially designed. Fences, weave poles, contact equipment (a bit of the dog must touch a white bit!), tunnels and tyres and all built to safe and exacting Kennel Club specifications. Dogs incur 5 faults for any knockdown, missing a contact or any other mistake the judge sees. The judge indicates faults by raising his hand. All the dogs compete against the clock and scores are assessed to declare a winner. Classes are open to all grades and sizes of dogs with 7 abilities and 3 sizes giving 21 possible permutations. As well as Burns Welsh Agility Handler of the Year there will be UK qualifiers from Drontal & Skinners with Skinners Winners hoping to share some of the £1000 prize money at the final to be held at Chatsworth Country Fair. We hope to introduce you to a great range of breeds at the show. Competitive agility events are held countrywide and in this area there are many clubs that hold regular classes throughout the year. Weekly training sessions ensure a well trained, fit dog and handler, do seek further information if you would like to train a dog to take part in future agility events. We wish all agility competitors good luck at the Pembrokeshire Agricultural Show. Our rings are situated in Zone D of the showground with immediate access off a main avenue. Toilets and mobile catering facilities are located close by. The perfect place to meet and plan your day at the Show!