Lucindale Lions Club president Digby Allsopp (left) and yard dog trials convenor Rex Hocking cut the ribbon to open the newly built course Norton Gate at this year's event - allowing two competitors to trial at the same time.
Avenue Range's Samantha Edwards, one of the youngest triallers, took out the SE Contracting Encourage class with her dog, Washpool Jessica.
Kelvin Barr from Pinnaroo and his dog Barrkel Ammo won the Jase's Fencing Novice event at the Yard Dogs.
Balmoral's Josh Latty and his dog Bazza's Rippa were successful in the Naracoorte Hotel Motel Maiden event.
Naracoorte's Fred Rains and his dog Eulooka Inman took out the Lucindale Enfineering Open.
Glenthompson yard dog handler Joe Spicer had a great field days. He and his dog Gogetta Package (middle) took out the major prize in the Pedigree/Elders SE Field Days Championship as well as the RJC Evans and Co Improver class. His other dog, Gogetta Brue, was second in the Se Field Days Championship.
A RECORD number of entries for a non-national championship event at the SE Field Days yard dog trials had organisers beaming.
SE Field Days committee member and convenor of the trials Rex Hocking was very pleased with the 180 entries, compared to around 150 for last year's event.
"We're extremely happy," he said. "I'm overwhelmed by it all."
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