Ekka Shorthorn Judging Results

Shorthorn Judging at Ekka was run last week with a quality line up of cattle presented. They were carefully examined by the experienced eye of Roger Evans of Nagol Park Shorthorns. Roger said that quality had been exceptional.

“We saw a lot of different cattle for different markets on show today. Pleasing to see high yield cattle maintaining their quality. They are animals which are suitable to a wide range of markets,” he said. 

The Job family had exceptional results through the day but all exhibitors took home a either a Champion or Reserve Champion ribbon showing the depth from the event.

Junior champion bull: Royalla Uptown N194, a Royalla Renegade K272 son, exhibited by Royalla & Marellan Shorthorns.

Reserve junior champion bull: Amavale Nicholas N2, sired by JSF Mr Right 151Z, exhibited by Amavale Shorthorns.

Junior champion female: Dunbeacon Clementine N147, sired by Dunbeacon Newman G083, exhibited Dunbeacon Poll Shorthorns.

Reserve junior champion female: Amavale Nanci N10, sired by Turanville Future Chicago E75, Exhibited by Amavale Shorthorns.

Senior champion bull: Royalla Trigger M246, sired by Royalla Quantum J392, exhibited by Royalla & Marellan Shorthorns.

Reserve senior champion bull: Dunbeacon Masterpiece M063, sired by Dunbeacon Newman G083, exhibited by Dunbeacon Poll Shorthorns.

Senior champion female: Royalla Isobel L365, sired by Sprys Junction, exhibited by Amavale Shorthorns.

Reserve senior champion female: Sprys Hope M260, sired by Eloora Dallas J72, exhibited by Ben and Tammy Wieland.

Grand champion bull: Royalla Uptown N194, Royalla & Marellan Shorthorns.

Grand champion female: Royalla Isobel L365; Amavale Shorthorns.

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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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