sheep race

sheep race

n
(Agriculture) NZ a single-file walkway for sheep at the entrance to a sheep-dip
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There is something for everyone at Hall Hill Farm, see if you can pick the winner in the 1.30pm sheep race, play a round of wonky donkey crazy golf, have a free tractor and trailer ride.
If the sheep race went ahead, show organisers were worried animal rights campaigners may hold a protest and frighten an animal which may then injure show visitors.
More than 90,000 people signed an online petition calling for the Market Bosworth Show sheep race to be cancelled fearing the sheep would be frightened and stressed.
The event would have seen the sheep race over small hurdles with toy jockeys on their backs.
Over 120 local, national and international artists were welcomed for the two-day festival celebrating the great outdoors which included events such as a sheep race through the streets
The Irish Centre's annual Leprechaun Sheep Race fundraiser is returning in a new guise.
A national animal campaign is aiming to stop a Leicestershire market town from holding a sheep race at its annual country show.
At the farm there is a daily programme of events during the school holidays, with bottle feeding, donkey rides, barrel train, and free tractor and trailer rides, as well as the daily sheep race and puppet show.
A SHEEP race has been cancelled after animal rights campaigners said the event was "degrading and frightening".
In the all-important sheep race a blue faced Leicester called Knit 'n' Go raced to the line to claim victory ahead of the other competitors called Woolly Jumper, Mint Sauce and Lamb Chop.
Sheep racing - where sheep race around a specially-built track with jumps - is one of the crowd-pullers at Cannon Hall.