A SHOW stopping Angus bull from the Central West has overcome strong competition from 98 bulls to win grand champion bull during day one of the Angus feature show judging.
The Fuller family of Pine Creek Angus, Cowra, claimed the top gong with their bull, Black Diamond 5R Kodiak N411.
Impressing judge William McLaren, Perth, Scotland, with his moderate frame and correctness, the 924 kilogram upcoming sire was also the senior champion ribbon winner.
Sired by HF Kodiak 5R from Black Diamond Ms Expedition J406, the two-year-old bull measured 131 centimetres squared in the eye muscle area (EMA) and 11 millimetres and 8mm in the rump and rib fat.
Mr McLaren said he was very correct, long and had extension throughout.
This wins follows on from the bull's dominate performance towards the end of 2018. He was crowned the interbreed champion junior bull at Melbourne Royal Show while also being a member of the all breeds interbreed junior champion pair at the Royal Adelaide Show.
Read about the other Angus bull show results below.
Judge: William McLaren, Perth Scotland
No. of exhibits: 98
Calf champion bull: PC Perpetrator P024, Pine Creek Angus, Cowra
Reserve calf champion bull: RMDG Sudden Shock P1, RDM Angus, Wellington
Intermediate champion bull: Killain Mustang N4, Killain Angus, Tamworth
Reserve intermediate champion bull: KO 2240 Next Step N106
Senior champion bull: Black Diamond 5R Kodiak N411, Pine Creek Angus, Cowra
Reserve senior champion bull: Tattykeel Global M14, Tattykeel Pty Ltd, Oberon
Grand champion bull: Black Diamond 5R Kodiak N411, Pine Creek Angus, Cowra
Pair of bulls: Yamba Angus, Orange