Perth Royal Show Shines for Old and New

Something old, something new was certainly the flavour in the Perth Royal Show results.

JT Country in the something old category had an outstanding day, placing in all of the Champion categories and taking out Supreme Exhibit with Narralda Newbie.

Our something new was first time exhibitors Liberty Charolais and Shorthorn that took out the Junior Champion Female that went on to be Interbreed Junior Champion Female.

Speaking on behalf of the Interbreed judges Brent Fisher said it was an exceptional line-up of heifers.

“I am very impressed with what you are doing here, you may not have the numbers (of cattle shown) but you certainly have the quality and the animals in this class would stack up anywhere in Australia, anywhere in the world for that matter,” Mr Fisher said.

Junior champion bull: Narralda Newbie, sired by Naralda Landmark L066, exhibited by Jai Thomas.

Reserve junior champion bull: Murdoch Nathan, sired by Royalla Rembrandt K413, exhibited Murdoch University

Junior champion female: Liberty Nebraska, sired by Sprys Patent’s Ace G38, exhibited Liberty Charolais.

Reserve junior champion female: JT Country Life Nala, sired by The Grove Gigabytes J0837, exhibited Jai Thomas

Senior champion bull: JT Country Life Ketut, sired by Sprys Patent’s Ace G38, exhibited by Jai Thomas.

Senior champion female: JT Country Life Legend, sired by Waukaru Patent 8161, exhibited by Jai Thomas.

Grand champion bull: Narralda Newbie, exhibited by Jai Thomas

Grand champion female: Liberty Nebraska, exhibited Liberty Charolais.

Supreme Exhibit: Narralda Newbie, exhibited by Jai Thomas

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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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