showyard

showyard

(ˈʃəʊˌjɑːd)
n
a yard where cattle and machinery are displayed
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He succeeds another dairy farmer, Treuddyn's Terrig Morgan, who takes on the role of Showyard Director.
It reads: "Princess Elizabeth visited the show on the opening day and was accorded an ovation on her progress to and from the showyard, which, at times, became almost embarrassing in its fervour.
(76) NASA FSD SRC 5998: Report on the Showyard Refugee Camp.
Mr Eyton-Jones, 77, the event's former chairman and showyard director, was due to take on the role this summer but he passed away last November.
Assistant showyard director, Alderman Harold Edwards, said the low attendance was disappointing, but stressed it was not all-important, and dismissed as ``impossible'' suggestions that higher visitor numbers may be achieved if the show were to be held from Thursday to Saturday, rather than Tuesday to Thursday.
In recent years he has been a high-profile presence at the Denbigh & Flint Show, which he helped organise as its showyard director.