Woonallee stunner kills it in Simmental showring

Woonallee stunner comes up trumps


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WOONALLEE Lady Killer L15 proved a knockout in the Simmental judging, with the 17-month-old bull impressing with its performance.

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WOONALLEE Lady Killer L15 proved a knockout in the Simmental judging, with the 17-month-old bull impressing with its performance.

SIMPLY THE BEST: Landmark stud stock's Richard Miller and Simmental judge Peter Cowcher, Williams, WA, with the grand champion bull and supreme exhibit Woonallee Lady Killer L15, being held by Tom Baker, Furner. Sashing the bull is Jamie Withers, Nalpa stud, Strathalbyn, and niece Sophie Proudman, Adelaide.

SIMPLY THE BEST: Landmark stud stock's Richard Miller and Simmental judge Peter Cowcher, Williams, WA, with the grand champion bull and supreme exhibit Woonallee Lady Killer L15, being held by Tom Baker, Furner. Sashing the bull is Jamie Withers, Nalpa stud, Strathalbyn, and niece Sophie Proudman, Adelaide.

In his deliberation for supreme exhibit judge Peter Cowcher, Williams, WA, gave the top accolade to the 860-kilogram junior and grand champion bull exhibited by Tom and Lizzy Baker, Furner, SA. 

Mr Baker said Lady Killer L15 was the best BHR Tornado son they had bred and was likely to be retained in the stud.

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