The Sunday for show competitors

Exhibitors unloaded the cattle and settled the final touch into their arrangements to the milieu of weaponry fire. This was due to the the King's horde Royal Horse Artilllery were involved in the focal ring.

Further in the flower marquee Lynne Lydiate was fixing up her floral composition at the Royal Welsh since the third time.

During the previous year she took pleasure in the triumph at Kew Gardens, and is expecting for a same legend this year as well in Wales. She is organizing a 'Wild Wales' display.

However she's expecting for victory this year as well as she enters into The Royal Welsh exhibit for the environment. She expressed that the exhibit is just like one big family, where everyone assist each other.

She added that the emotion of comradeship is a universal feeling amongst the Royal Welsh competitors and visitors as well. At the stables, Douglas Boys of Reigate, Surrey was arranging his Welsh cobs a filly and other one yearling for this year's exhibit.

Mr. Boys, the old hand at the show, who initially joined in the year 1968, expressed that amongst all the shows he had attended till date over the years, the Royal Welsh was the best and most impressive by far.