From 1936 onwards
The Hubert Weston Perpetual Silver Challenge Cupwas awarded to the overall best Hereford Bull Calf. Hubert Weston lived at The Bounds, Much Marcle and the first presentation was by Stafford Weston.
The Freetown Challenge Cup was awarded to the best Hereford in all classes. It was presented by P. E. Bradstock.
From 1950 onwards
The Walter Lock Challenge Cup was awarded to the best Hereford Heifer.
The C. H. Yeoward Perpetual Challenge Cup was awarded to the best exhibit in all the Hereford classes shown by a Breeder residing in North Hereford Hunt Country. Davison O.B.E. D.L.
From 1953 onwards
The “Charles Morris” Challenge Cup was awarded to the best in all single Hereford classes.
The Davison Perpetual Challenge Cup was awarded to the best Hereford Bull. It was presented by Lt.-Col. D. A. Davison O.B.E. D.L.
From 1965 onwards
The Clive Bossom Perpetual Challenge Cup was awarded to the best group of three Herefords. It was presented by Sir Clive Bossom Bt. M.P.
Clun Forest sheep
From 1949 onwards
The Herbert Lane Perpetual Challenge Cupwas awarded to the best five Crossbreed Ewes and/or Wether Lambs.
A Silver Challenge Cup was presented by Mrs. M. M. Holmes for the best Ryeland Ram.
From 1963 onwards this became
The Gold Hill Perpetual Silver Challenge Cup and was awarded for the best Ryeland Ram or Ram Lamb.
In 1967 and 1969 a third prize was added.
The D. Watkins Rose Bowl awarded to the Champion Female in two classes for Clun Forest Ewe Lambs and Ewes.
From 1957 onwards
The Hugh Sumner Perpetual Challenge Cup was presented by Mr. Hugh Sumner Esq. for the best exhibit not less than 15.2 hands high Mare or Gelding in one of three classes.
The Bosbury Challenge Cup was presented by ACC (Fertilisers) Ltd. for the best Mare or Gelding 4 years and upward property of a bona-fide Farmer resident within 10-mile radius of Bosbury.