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There’s no better way for the whole family to enjoy the Show than experiencing these great activities.

Girls Girls Girls Extreme Trick Riding Stunt Show

The Girls Girls Girls Trick Riding Stunt Show returns to entertain crowds in the Spotless Stadium with their heart-stopping stunts and hair-raising tricks. 
The girls will thrill showgoers from start to finish with their trick riding, singing, whip-cracking and dancing – all while moving at high-speeds on horseback.
While the girls are fit and athletic, and make even the most dangerous of tricks look elegant and effortless, it's not as easy as it looks.  The girls and horses undergo hours of training to make this energy-fuelled show. 

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ShowTime Freestyle MotoX

If it can be done on a hot set of wheels and there’s an element of danger, you will see it when the ShowTime FMX team soar into the Spotless Stadium and perform their aerial aerobatics. 
The two-wheeled stunt team, recognised as one of the best in the world, return to the Show with a never-before-seen display packed with high-flying action, soaring stunts and rotations. 
This year, the dare-devil motorcyclists will be riding Honda Motorcycles, with the line-up including three of Australia’s top freestyle riders – Brad Burch, Harry Bink & Joel Balchin. 


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Team D-MAX Precision Driving Team

The D-MAX Precision Driving Team will get your engine revving again when they return to the Show’s Spotless Stadium to perform turbo-charged, high-octane stunts.
This year, Team D-MAX will be behind the wheel of powerful three-litre, turbo diesel, duel-cab utes and amaze crowds with heart-stopping 180-degree spins, close formation driving and jaw-dropping two-wheel balancing acts. 
The precision driving team has been a crowd favourite at the Show for more than 45 years.  Do not miss this incredible display of turbo power and precision.

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Australian Extreme Trick Riding Championships

Australia’s best trick riders will be performing for more than gasps and applause when they gallop into the Spotless Stadium at this year’s Show. For the first time, bragging rights and a pool of prize money will be up for grabs at the inaugural Australian Extreme Trick Riding Championships.
Riders performing acrobatics on top of horses galloping at hell-for-leather speeds will keep showgoers on the edge of their seats throughout the two-hour competition, held across Easter Sunday and Monday. 
With a prize pool of more than $13,000, the riders will showcase their most jaw-dropping tricks and stunts. Competitive classes include the Junior and Open Championships, the Champions Challenge, the Australian Roman Riding Titles, as well as the Freestyle Championships. 
Be sure to catch all the action of the country’s finest trick riders. 

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