Greg Prince Memorial National Sheep Dog Trial 2018

When 14 Mar, 2018 8:00am — 18 Mar, 2018 5:00pm Where Hall Showground, Hall Website
A highly-competitive and challenging sport.  A fascinating insight into Australia's rural life.  A compelling sometimes nail-biting spectator experience.  An example of extraordinary team work.

A sheepdog trial is a competitive dog sport in which herding dogs move sheep around a field, fences, gates, or enclosures as directed by their handlers. In Australia, there are several events, but the key element is the control of three to six sheep by highly trained dogs under the control of a single handler. Both time and obedience play a part, as competitors are penalised if a sheep strays from the prescribed course.
The Nationals' course is considered to be one of the most challenging in Australia and attracts competitors from all over the country.
Qualifying events are held throughout the week with finals conducted on Sunday 19th March. Spectators are welcome. Expert commentary will be given during the trial and any member of the public wanting to learning more about sheepdog trials will be able to get more information at the event.
So, come along and get a fascinating insight into Australia's rural life.
For more information about this event, call 0402143878 or visit

How to get there

Hall ACT 2618, Australia