ORGANISERS hope it will be a case of third time lucky for Emley Show on Saturday.
Last year's show was cancelled at the 11th hour, after torrential rain left the site flooded.
And the previous year, foot and mouth restrictions scuppered the show plans.
Up to 14,000 visitors are expected at the site in Litherop Lane, Emley.
Show chairman Mike Hall said: "We are keeping our fingers crossed for good weather.
"Most sections are reporting high entries and the entries for the horse section could be approaching record levels."
The show runs from 9am to 6pm and includes a horse show run over five rings, a cattle class, a goat section and horticulture and children's classes.
There will also be competitions for honey and cookery, crafts, arts and a walking stick show.
Cavies, hamsters, caged birds, pigeons and poultry will also be on show and there will be a display by a dog handling team.
Government rules mean there are still conditions to meet to prevent foot and mouth recurring. Everyone taking cloven-hooved animals has to obey a six-day quarantine rule on returning home.
Tickets cost £5 for adults and £2 for children and senior citizens.