Sydney Royal Show Results 2019

Sydney Royal Show judging has been done and dusted for another year. There was an exceptional line up of 78 entrants with one of the most consistent lines seen in years.

The highlight for many was seeing three classes with over 15 entrants in each creating a difficult day for judge Alistair Brook of Eloora Shorthorns.

Marrington Effie N82 exhibited by the Williams family was firstly sashed Junior Champion Female and went on to take out Supreme Exhibit. Mr. Brooks noted, “She is absolutely outstanding…. She is a female that ticks so may boxes.”

Howard and Margaret Williams were exceptionally excited with the win, placing emphasis on the efforts of his daughters and grandchildren for the win. It has been 21 years since the stud has achieved such heights.

Senior and Grand Champion bull went to Sprys Extra Special N61 exhibited by the Spry and Spencer family. This only cements the exceptional results he has had in both Adelaide and Melbourne in the previous 12 months. The young sire was noted for his length, strength of muscle and overall balance.

Following the consistency of the day all champion and reserve champions were awarded to individual breeders except for one category.

Junior champion bull: Kamilaroi Quandong (P) (SFA), Calrossy Anglican School.

Reserve junior champion bull: Tarranganda TG Night Rider N13 (P) (AI), Morris Family.

Junior champion female: Marrington Effie N82 (P) (AI), Williams family.

Reserve junior champion female: Blackjack Stockman’s Rosebud (P) (AI), Blackjack Grazing.

Senior champion bull: Sprys Extra Special N61 (P) (AI), Spry and Spencer family.

Reserve Senior champion bull: Royalla Uptown N194 (P), Job family

Senior champion female: Nagol Park Ellies Romance L203 (P) (AI), Evan Family

Reserve senior champion female: Marrington Summerton M38 (P), Williams family.

Grand champion bull: Sprys Extra Special N61 (P) (AI), Spry and Spencer family.

Grand champion female: Marrington Effie N82 (P) (AI), Williams family.

Supreme Exhibit: Marrington Effie N82 (P) (AI), Williams family.


Full Results 2019

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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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