The timetable for the 2017 Clydesdale Spectacular is now available, you can view or it download here: 2017 Clydesdale Spectacular Timetable (550KB)
The Boonah Show Draft draw for Sunday 11 June 2017 can be downloaded here:
Campdraft Draw 2017 (PDF 317KB)
The Boonah Show Society Training Campdraft, Stockman’s Challenge, Team Penning and Maiden Campdraft event will be held on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 July 2017 at the Boonah Showgrounds, Macquarie Street, Boonah.
More information, program & entry forms here:
Boonah Show Society Training Campdraft (PDF 420KB)
Download the Boonah Show Society April 2017 Newsletter here (PDF 558KB)
Clydesdale Spectacular were winners of the Scenic Rim Community Event of the Year, Australia Day Awards 2017!! The 2016 Boonah Show was also a nominee.
Greta Stanfield and Terry Goodear were delighted to accept the Australia Day Award for the Scenic Rim Clydesdale Spectacular:
The Fassifern Guardian front page, February 1, 2017
2nd June, 2016
To Whom it May Concern.
The President and Members of the Boonah Show Society wish to advise that we regret any distress which the Calf Scruffing, which was part of the Boonah Show Night Program, may have caused the animals or spectators at our Show. We give an assurance that this event will not take place at any future Shows organised by this Committee.
BOONAH SHOW SOCIETY INC.
P O Box 1, Boonah Qld 4310
Telephone 07 5463 1124; Fax 07 5463 4112
Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org
Australia’s longest running and most famous precision driving team will be appearing at the 2016 Boonah Show on the 28th of May thanks to Blue Ribbon Isuzu UTE.
“It’s been three years since our switch to Isuzu D-MAX’s and we’re blown away by their toughness and performance.” said Team D-MAX lead driver Jack Monkhouse.
Team D-MAX travels throughout Australia and performs in front of millions of people each year at a variety of events from agricultural shows and motorsport events to 4WD, caravan and camping shows. The performance routine varies from show to show but typically includes a combination of close formation driving, high speed drifts, slides and spins, handbrake turns, reverse flicks, cross-over manoeuvres, jumping vehicles over each other and even driving a D-MAX on two wheels.
Team D-MAX’s lead driver Jack Monkhouse said “throughout the team’s 47-year history we have driven a range of vehicles from different manufacturers. When we switched to Isuzu in 2013 we were all very excited! They’ve got a great track record of reliability and durability, especially in events like the Dakar Rally and Australasian Safari and since entering the Australian market in 2008 Isuzu UTE Australia continues to be one of the fastest growing companies in the industry and has now sold over 60,000 vehicles.
Surprisingly, the team’s vehicles are actually fairly close to standard in terms of specification. They have roll cages, racing seats and harnesses for added safety as well as rally-style handbrake controls and some minor mechanical modifications to the suspension.
Monkhouse added “The most important performance and safety modification we make to the vehicles is actually the tyres. Toyo’s Open Country tyres give us the grip we need on all sorts of different surfaces and are the ultimate in terms of toughness and puncture resistance. We jump the cars on these tyres and even drive them on two wheels!”
“One year has passed since we last performed in Boonah and we’re looking forward to coming back. It will be great to make another pit stop and show the locals some high octane, hair raising fun. Generally we find the kids love the shows the most but somehow our show turns adults into big kids too!”
Team D-MAX Marketing & Media Manager