The annual Cootamundra Show is the latest casualty of Covid-19 restrictions with the committee making the difficult decision this week to cancel the 2020 event, scheduled for October.
Cootamundra Show Society president Geoff Larsen did confirm the committee will work over the next few months to determine whether a modified show of sorts would be possible later this year.
Failing that, he encouraged supporters of the show to look ahead to next year.
"We look forward to having everyone join us next year when we hold a bigger and better annual Cootamundra Show on the third weekend in October," Mr Larsen said.
He extended his thanks to the sponsors, exhibitors and supporters of the Cootamundra Show who combine each year to create the event.
The cancellation of the show follows the announcement of a number of other shows around the region also being cancelled due to restrictions in place, including Junee and the Murrumburrah Harden Show.
Murrumburrah Harden Show Society president Andrew Jones said the spirit of their show will be kept alive in 2020 via the hosting of a 'virtual show'.
Cattle, sheep and pet show exhibitors will be able to enter their animals by sending a photo to the society's Facebook page or via mail; while other sections of the show including the pavilion and wood chop will run without spectators allowed.
Unfortunately, the society is unable to run the show dog or yard dog competitions this year in Murrumburrah Harden.