Langdene, Nerstane sucess in fine/medium wool feature breed

Results for fine/medium wool section at Sydney Royal


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Champion August-shorn ram, Garry Cox, Langdene, Dunedoo, showgirl Sarah White, Merriwa, Nikki Alcock, Greenland, Bungarby with the reserve champion August-shorn ram and showgirl Josie Anderson, Dubbo.

Champion August-shorn ram, Garry Cox, Langdene, Dunedoo, showgirl Sarah White, Merriwa, Nikki Alcock, Greenland, Bungarby with the reserve champion August-shorn ram and showgirl Josie Anderson, Dubbo.

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Queenslander Nigel Brumpton was very impressed with the big classes in the fine/medium wool section

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The fine/medium wool section was the feature breed for the Merino show in the Cox Pavilion, and judge Nigel Brumpton, Mt Ascot, Mitchell, Queensland had a very exacting task working his way through the large classes.

The ram grand championship was awarded to Garry Cox, Langdene, Dunedoo for his champion August-shorn four tooth ram.

Mr Brumpton said the ram had a beautiful outlook.

"He is structurally correct, with a soft and pure fleece," he said.

The reserve grand champion ram was exhibited by Ken Wolf, Hollow Mount stud, Bigga and been successful in the March-shorn four-tooth class.

The ewe grand championship was taken by the McLaren family, Nerstane stud, Woolbrook with their champion March-shorn ewe having had success in the two tooth class.

The reserve grand champion was exhibited by four tooth August-shorn ewe shown by Ken Wolf, Hollow Mount stud, Bigga.

Results:

Champion fine medium wool August-shorn ram - Langdene, Dunedoo

Reserve - Greenland, Bungarby

Champion fine medium wool August-shorn ewe - Hollow Mount, Bigga

Reserve - Langdene, Dunedoo

Champion fine medium wool March-shorn ram - Hollow Mount, Bigga

Reserve - Greenland, Bungarby

Champion fine medium wool March-shorn ewe - Nerstane, Woolbrook

Reserve - Demondrille, Harden

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