The Land's camera captured several champion presentations in the Poll Merino section.
All the action from the highly contested objective measurement class in the Merino section at Sydney Royal.
Not often achieved is the trifecta at the Merino judging at Sydney Royal, but Demondrille stud, Harden, has done it, winning supreme Merino ram, supreme Merino ewe and grand champion fleece of show.
South Australian brothers Tim and John Dalla made Sydney Royal Show history this year when they shared the judging duties on the Merino mats.
Some stiff competition in the Merino fleece section resulted with the Davis family's Demondrille stud, Harden, take out grand award.
Westvale and New Plains Merinos were two studs that took Sydney Royal ultrafine judge Trevor Mibus’ eye this year, taking out a grand championship each.
For the third consecutive year, the Gilmore family of Tattykeel stud, Oberon have claimed the esteemed Peter Taylor Memorial Perpetual Trophy.
An outstanding display of Poll Merinos from 16 exhibitors was a highlight of the Merino section st Sydney Royal Show.
Peak Hill stud, Towalba, have shown their versatility, taking out the grand champion medium wool ram title at this year's Sydney Royal.
Lach River stud, owned by the Chalker family at Darby's Falls has taken the take top award in this year's Sydney Royal Merino show feature breed.