Newly named Gully's got plenty at the Cowra Show

Dog High Jump.

Dog High Jump.

Looking for some high energy excitement at this year's Cowra Show?

Check out the "The Gully", a newly named area of the Cowra Showground.

You can find The Gully down past the rides in the area of the Cowra Showground that's opposite Shell service station on the Grenfell Road.

To kick things off, a new addition to this year's show - the Mounted Police will be hosting couple of displays at 2pm and 4pm on the Saturday, October 19.

Show attendees can check out they are faced with as police officers and can be seen around the entire show.

The Cowra Veterinary Centre's Dog High Jump will make its return at 4pm. Then it's all engines go for the Cowra Real Estate Lawn Mower Racing, starting at 5pm.

Entries are still open for this competition so head on down to Cowra Real Estate and chat to Katie McVicar to take part in this exciting event.

The ADAMA Young Farmers Challenge is fun for all the ages, with teams of four completing a series of tasks farmers may face during a normal day.

Obstacles could include rolling bales of wool, moving hay, rolling a swag and the crowd favourite - eating dry weetbix. You can register your team of four today at the Cowra Show Office.

Entries will be taken for the ADAMA Young Farmers Challenge until 4.30pm on Show day, with the action kicking off at 6pm.

Then it's pedal to the metal with the Demolition Derby kicking off at 7pm. Entries are still open so contact Show Office or Chief Steward Matt Bohman for more details or to enter.

All the information for these sections can be found on website:

Thank you to all the sponsors of the 2019 Cowra Show.