Dowerin Field Days 2013 – A wonderful success

Joanna and Lauren with the winning entries

Joanna (left) and Lauren from Stallion Homes at the Dowerin Field Days 2013 showcasing the winning entries of the 2013 Stallion Homes Colouring Competition. Photo courtesy of The Avon Valley Advocate.

With weather before the Dowerin Field Days looking set to spoil things with blustery winds and intermittent showers, exhibitors were busy securing things the day before. However, the two days turned out beautifully with not a cloud in sight. Thousands of people attended the popular event and several hundred visited the Stallion Homes marquee.

There were several hundred entries in the jelly bean guessing competition including lots of Mums and Dads. We are delighted to announce that over 50 people came along especially to discuss their plans for a new home with Stallion and begin the journey of getting their dream home underway. Several new homes are now already at the design and build stage with scheduling underway for many others.

We’d like to thank the people who came along on the day and we’re looking forward to the event in 2014.

The new “Country Classic1” which was designed especially for the Field Days, drew lots of enquiries and two are now underway.

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Colouring Your World

Stallion Homes Colouring Competition

Winners: Ella Critchlow-Salvidge (Centre Left) and Shelby Kelly with Joanna Manning (Far left) and Lauren Claxton (Far right) from Stallion Homes. Absent: Steph de Blecourt and Jacklyn Wallis.

Photo courtesy of The Avon Valley Advocate.

Major Prize Winners

1st Prize Shelly Kelly (Northam)

2nd Prize Jacklyn Wallis (Northam)

3rd Prize Ella Critchlow-Salvidge (York)

Achievement Award Winners

Emmaline Barbetti (Waterloo)

Dawn Taylor (Manjimup)

Joel Coghlan (Lake Grace)

Caiden Cox (Kellerberrin)

Hiren Ramasmay (Northam)

Winner of the Jelly Bean Guessing Competition

Steph de Blecourt (Perth)

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The Avon Valley Advocate

Stallion Homes marketing consultant Alistor McCormack said it was nice to see so many young people still participating in colouring-in.

“These activities develop imagination,” Mr McCormack said. “We received a lot of response and the children put in so much effort.”