Catch up on all the results from Sydney stud cattle judging

Sydney Royal 2019: All the results from the stud cattle judging

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Picture: Lucy Kinbacher

Picture: Lucy Kinbacher

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Almost 1000 head of cattle competed across 16 breeds.

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ALMOST 1000 head of stud beef cattle were judged across 16 breed categories during the Sydney Royal Show.

In the Angus ring, where more than 300 head were exhibited, it was Pine Creek Angus who reigned supreme, taking out the grand champion bull and supreme exhibit title. 

Mogul stud, Casino, dominated the Brahman judging under Wendy Cole, Kenrol, Queensland, while the senior champion bull in the Maine Anjou ring went on to win supreme exhibit.

There may have been only three head, but quality red meat was at the forefront in the other breeds judging where Droughtmasters claimed the top gongs. 

The Powe family, Cargo, were unstoppable in the Red Angus ring on Friday.

There were plenty of quality Angus cattle in the ring.

There were plenty of quality Angus cattle in the ring.

A young Santa Gertrudis breeder's punt paid off after his 19-month-old heifer took out best exhibit. It was a pair of teenagers who also stole the show in the Hereford ring

Queenslanders the Price family were at the top of the pack in the Charolais ring, Marrington Effie N82 was named best exhibit for the Shorthorn breed while the Red Poll best exhibit was Redrush The Witcher. 

Almost 70 head of Speckle Park cattle were exhibited for judge John Manchee with the junior champion bull taking the main awards.

Black Opal was a shiny standout during Simmental-Fleckvieh judging and Flemington stud made the perfect impact in the Limousin ring

A former city slicker dominated the Australian Lowline judging, taking out the two top championships, and a Devon bull crushed his way through the breed's judging

The steer judging was also a highlight, with a quality lineup from the best breeders and schools. 

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