Life memberships

Two life memberships were presented at Wellington Show


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Stalwarts of the sheep and horse sections of Wellington Show, Bruce Johnston and John Whiteley were presented life memberships.

Wellington Show Society stalwarts Bruce Johnston and John Whiteley were presented Life Memberships during the official opening ceremony of the most successful show for years.

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Judge, Roweena Sweeney, Nundoon stud, Mendooran, supreme Border Leicester (ram) from New Armatree stud, Armatree, held by Mitchell Carlow, and grand ewe shown by Cherie Pagan, Cooinda stud, Gilgandra.

Judge, Roweena Sweeney, Nundoon stud, Mendooran, supreme Border Leicester (ram) from New Armatree stud, Armatree, held by Mitchell Carlow, and grand ewe shown by Cherie Pagan, Cooinda stud, Gilgandra.

Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders who officially opened the show with Wellington Show Society life members Bruce Johnston and John Whiteley with society president Rob Dimmock.

Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders who officially opened the show with Wellington Show Society life members Bruce Johnston and John Whiteley with society president Rob Dimmock.

Clive Brown, Mt Fay, Wuuluman, was most successful exhibitor in the Merino fleece section and pictured with his grand champion fleece of 20.3 micron weighing 6.5 kilograms and valued at $94.31. Mr Brown also took out reserve grand champion fleece and best commercial fleece of 19.2 micron weighing 7.5kg valued at $105.18.

Clive Brown, Mt Fay, Wuuluman, was most successful exhibitor in the Merino fleece section and pictured with his grand champion fleece of 20.3 micron weighing 6.5 kilograms and valued at $94.31. Mr Brown also took out reserve grand champion fleece and best commercial fleece of 19.2 micron weighing 7.5kg valued at $105.18.

2019 The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl Stephanie Clancy, Walbundrie, with Wellington Showgirl Meg Smith.

2019 The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl Stephanie Clancy, Walbundrie, with Wellington Showgirl Meg Smith.

Junior champion Anglo Nubian doe, shown by Karen Christie, Brykarie stud, Yeoval; judge, Ann Hill, Deltaville stud, Blayney; reserve champion, Scott Payton, Little High Country stud, Tamworth.

Junior champion Anglo Nubian doe, shown by Karen Christie, Brykarie stud, Yeoval; judge, Ann Hill, Deltaville stud, Blayney; reserve champion, Scott Payton, Little High Country stud, Tamworth.

Supreme Merino, grand champion ram, Coddington Uardry Poll stud, Graham Coddington, Dunedoo, judge, James Armstrong, Cassilis Park stud, Cassilis; grand champion ewe, Trent Frazer, Warree, Stuart Town.

Supreme Merino, grand champion ram, Coddington Uardry Poll stud, Graham Coddington, Dunedoo, judge, James Armstrong, Cassilis Park stud, Cassilis; grand champion ewe, Trent Frazer, Warree, Stuart Town.

Hugh Mitchell, 11, a Year 6 student of Macquarie Grammar, is the junior champion parader of the show.

Hugh Mitchell, 11, a Year 6 student of Macquarie Grammar, is the junior champion parader of the show.

Miss Tiny Tot, 19 month-old Danielle Moller stole the hearts of judge and crowd.

Miss Tiny Tot, 19 month-old Danielle Moller stole the hearts of judge and crowd.

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