Forms & Information

Link to Online Entries, affiliation fees, 200 Club, merchandise, Trade stands, etc:  CLICK FOR ONLINE BOOKINGS

2019 Schedule of Classes: Schedule of Classes SUMMARY 2019

2019 Rule Book:  Rules and Schedule of Classes 2019 FINAL

2019 Entry Form:  Entry Form 2019

2019 Trade, Sponsor, Advert Booking Form:  Sponsor Trade Demo Advert BOOKING FORM 2019

2019 Evening Functions Tickets Booking Form:  Booking Form 2019

200 Club Application Form:  200 Club Form

Membership 2019:  Membership Form 2019

2019 Accommodation List:  Accommodation List 2019 East Neuk of Fife

 

PLEASE NOTE that ALL tickets for evening functions at Bowhouse (European Vintage Welcome Reception and Buffet on Thursday 24th October AND the Dinner and Social Evening on Saturday 26th October) must be purchased in advance – either via Entry and Booking form posted out in June or online. 

Tickets will NOT be available to purchase after 14th October.

 

 

Office Bearers

Chairman:  Willie Grieve

Vice Chairman:  John Walker

Secretary:    Jane McDowall 

 

 

 

RHASS Medal Form BLANK     PDF File

RHASS Medal Form BLANK     Word File

RHASS Medal Information Sheet    PDF File

 

HISTORY OF SCOTTISH PLOUGHING CHAMPIONSHIPS

The first Scottish Championships match took place at Newmiln, Tibbermore, Perthshire on 23 November 1963.

The Scottish Championship Ploughing Association became affiliated to the World Ploughing Championships in 1991.  From that date, Scotland has been represented in her own right, with the winners of the Scottish Ploughing Championships competing all over the world.

The Scottish Championships are held annually in October – in a different area of the country every year – with the aim of promoting the importance of good ploughing.

Ploughing is, first and foremost, the most important primary cultivation for arable farming in preparing for the production of vegetable and cereal growing, leading to brewing and distilling processes.  We consider the art of ploughing to be highly important and a tradition to be actively encouraged if it is to survive.  In these days of quality control & trace ability, it’s most important that the start of production is right and it all starts with the plough!

The late Bob Anderson of Lauder, stalwart of the Scottish Ploughing committee, was the first Scotsman to win the British Ploughing Championship and went on to be the only Scotsman to represent Great Britain in the World Championships on two occasions.