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Weather relents at Mid Argyll Show

IF THERE was an Olympic medal for triumph over wet, wet weather, Mid Argyll Show committee would surely be on the podium alongside everyone who exhibited and supported the event.

It is fair to say the five days leading up to the 119th Mid Argyll Show on Saturday August 13 were exceptional. It rained, the wind blew and it rained some more. Ground conditions became soft and for a time there was doubt as to whether the show would go ahead. But the show went on and, on the day itself, the weather was kinder than it had been. The sun even came out later in the afternoon.

Young Finn McClymont from Ardrishaig rides seven-year-old Tweedside Tonto, champion Shetland Pony.
Best dog at the show and confined champion was working hunter/pointer/retriever Yvie, a Large Musterlander, owned and shown by Nicola Gray-Stephens of Brackley, Lochgilphead.
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