Shorthorn Claims Interbreed Junior Bull Title at 2021 Royal Hobart Show

14 month old Royston Razzle Dazzle, weighing 548kg, won Junior Champion Interbreed Bull at last weeks’ 200 years of showing celebrations at the Royal Hobart Show, unanimously by the 3 judges.

Judges commented on Razzle Dazzle’s growth for age and balance the young sire showed, who walked out on a great set of feet and legs and showing a lot of sire appeal.

Razzle Dazzle sired by Futurity Noah N231 (Futurity Edged in Stone Son) is a heifers 1st calf out of a Sprys bred Female, Sprys Judith P70 (Sprys Heritage M213 Daughter)

Owners Reg & Rebecca Woodiwiss, said they have admired Razzle Dazzle early on as a stand out calf in the herd and have been delighted to see him continue to perform as he has grown. It is exciting when you have a young bull with great Phenotype and EPD’s to match and we are looking forward to seeing this young bull continue on into the future.

Royston Razzle Dazzle R44 – Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull & Interbreed Junior Champion Bull
Shorthorn Judging Results
Junior Champion Bull – Royston Razzle Dazzle R44
Reserve Junior Champion  Bull – Royston Rocky R64
Grand Champion Bull – Royston Razzle Dazzle R44

Royston NV Snowflake R14 – Grand Champion Shorthorn Female

Junior Champion Heifer – Royston NV Snowflake R14
Reserve Junior Champion Heifer – Royston NTR Rosary R67

Senior Champion Female – Cherrytree Monkiras L Ramona P32
Grand Champion Female – Royston NV Snowflake R14

Group of 3
1st Place – Royston Shorthorns
2nd Place – BR Durham & Son

Sires Progeny
1st Place – Royston Shorthorns
2nd Place – BR Durham & Son

Junior Pair
1st Place – Royston Shorthorns
2nd Place – BR Durham & Son

Interbreed Results
Reserve Interbreed Group of 3 – Royston Shorthorns
Reserve Interbreed Junior Pair – Royston Shorthorns
Junior Champion Interbreed Bull -Royston Razzle Dazzle R44
3rd Place Junior Champion Heifer – Royston NV Snowflake R14

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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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