Stephen and Kaitlyn Rutledge start practising for the challenge.This year at the Woodstock Show there will be a competition to determine who the world’s greatest dad really is.
The competition starts at 1pm, with participants to meet in the show’s town square.
Alison Rutledge is excited about the event.
“It is the first year of the challenge, so we are hoping every dad on the grounds has a go,” she said.
The challenge will be undertaken in teams of two, a father and their child, however all competitors must be five or over.
“Twist dads arm, and have a go in the name of fun,” Mrs Rutledge said.
The challenge will include demonstrations of the father’s ability to undertake domestic chores.
“There will be one event where the children will have to shave their father’s faces and another where he will have to dress as fast as he can, with his team mate helping him,” she said.
The fastest team to complete all of the activities, to the marked standard will win the challenge.
“An adjudicator will decide whether you meet standards of domestic bliss, if not you may have to complete the activity again until you get it right,” Mrs Rutledge said.
The challenge has no entry free.
“It will be free entertainment for the crowd,” she said.
“If it does take off we will put it in every show.”
There are tasty treats and cash prizes for the father and child teams who perform best.
If you think your dad is the best, or know of a dad who may fit this title then tell them to head on down and take on the Dad of the Day Challenge.
The Dad of the Day Challenge is sponsored by Elders Insurance, Cowra.
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