Horowhenua AP&I Show clocked up another successful event at the Levin Showgrounds last weekend.

Thousands of people flocked to Levin Events Centre at the weekend for the 111th annual AP & I Show.

Organisers said attendance numbers were high on Saturday, but slightly dampened by rain on Sunday, however they had received very positive feedback overall.

There was something for everyone, making for a great family day out with sideshows, carnival rides and petting zoo for the children, plus animal judging, showjumping, woodchopping, vintage machinery, dog trials and Dogmatic Trick Dog Show, trade stalls and live entertainment for the adults.

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The Horowhenua AP&I Show was a little too much for one calf who bolted from its owner and put on quite the show for the crowds.
The Horowhenua AP&I Show was a little too much for one calf who bolted from its owner and put on quite the show for the crowds.
A gentleman on a vintage tractor during the Grand Parade at the AP&I Show.
A gentleman on a vintage tractor during the Grand Parade at the AP&I Show.
Hundreds of children had a blast at the Horowhenua AP&I Show's impressive carnival.
Hundreds of children had a blast at the Horowhenua AP&I Show's impressive carnival.
Welby Wallace, 11, placed first in his category for woodchopping.
Welby Wallace, 11, placed first in his category for woodchopping.