2018 Sydney Royal Show

With over 85 Shorthorn exhibits, the 2018 Sydney Royal Show was certainly one of the largest and most competitive showings of Shorthorns seen for many years, outside of the National Shorthorn Show and Sale, and also attracted one of the largest judging crowds to the Sydney show ring that many could remember.
Behind the success of the event, was the merging of the Shorthorn groups into the one judging ring in Sydney, which made the event an outstanding spectacle for those competing and those that were watching from outside the judging ring.

With the Australian Shorthorns, Beef Shorthorns and Shorthorns all combined, the larger classes made judge Andrew Raff, Raff Angus, King Island, work hard to find his Champions.

Junior Champion female was awarded to Nagol Park Ellies Romance M134, exhibited by Roger and Naomi Evans, Nagol Park Shorthorns, Tamworth, NSW.
The 15 month old red ET heifer was sired by well known Nagol Park import, Biss Element 79 370Z and from the Nagol Park E.L Romance F227 donor dam.
Reserve junior Champion was awarded to Sprys Carnation N16, exhibited by David and Marion Spencer, Spencer Family Shorthorns, Yurok, Vic.

Senior Champion Female was awarded to Futurity Ossies Carnation G85, exhibited by Lane and Cody Evans, Nabiac Shorthorns.
The 6 year old red Cow was sired by Yamburgan Ossie D96 and from the Futurity Jaspers Carnation B65 dam.
Reserve Senior Champion Female was awarded to Nagol Park Ellies Romance L203, exhibited by Roger and Naomi Evans, Nagol Park Shorthorns, Tamworth, NSW.

Grand Champion Female was awarded to awarded to Futurity Ossies Carnation G85, exhibited by Lane and Cody Evans, Nabiac Shorthorns.

Junior Champion Bull was awarded to Tarraganda GG Megabyte M11, exhibited by Ash Morris, Tarraganda Shorthorns, Young, NSW.
The 18 month old roan bull was sired by The Grove Gigabytes J0837 and from the Tarragona NL Ledgers Express2N dam.
Reserve Junior Champion Bull was awarded to Futurity Next generation N6, exhibited by Futurity Shorthorns Baradine, NSW.

Senior Champion Bull was awarded to Nagol Park XLT M104, exhibited by Roger and Naomi Evans, Nagol Park Shorthorns, Tamworth, NSW.
The 23 month old red bull was a son of Nagol Park Aladdin Exult E074 and from the Nagol Park Romance K126 dam.
Reserve Senior Champion Bull was awarded to Marrington Monument M17, exhibited by H M & M D Williams, Narromine, NSW.

Grand Champion Bull was awarded to Nagol Park XLT M104, exhibited by Roger and Naomi Evans, Nagol Park Shorthorns, Tamworth, NSW.

Supreme Shorthorn Exhibit was awarded to Nagol Park XLT M104, exhibited by Roger and Naomi Evans, Nagol Park Shorthorns, Tamworth, NSW.

For full details of all the winners in each class, please click here.

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About Shorthorn

The Shorthorn breed is truly unique, from their distinctive roan colour, to their rich breed history and most importantly, the wonderful community of breeders, there is nothing else quite like a Shorthorn.

The key to the Shorthorn breeds advantage lies in their balanced genetic profile, driven by market participation that has been developed and refined, after more than 200 years of genetic selection under Australian conditions.

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