Forbes Show had plenty of attractions, the return of some thrilling rides and a huge showing of community talent in the pavilions to draw the show-goers on Saturday despite chilly conditions.
See Part 1 of our Show coverage, from Friday morning, here.
And congratulations to our 2019 Showgirl Molly Fuge!
There was plenty of action on the second day of the show with the stock judging, yard dog trials and all of the excitement of sideshow alley.
Due to an increased amount of entries in the yard dog trials, the event ran all day from 7:30am to 5pm.
Show secretary Jan Facey said entries were also up in several of the other sections including the cattle and sheep judging as well as the pet show.
Mrs Facey said Forbes and District Historical Machinery enthusiasts again put on an excellent display this year.
The pavilion was packed to the rafters with the fruit and vegetable entries, while entries were also up in the lego and preserves sections. The entries for the cake sections were described as looking absolutely delicious.
Entries weren't up across the board however, with fewer entries in the photography and needlework sections.
The show ended on Saturday with the ever popular ute barrel races.
The Forbes Show will return next year on Friday, September 11 and Saturday, September 12.