Twenty-four breeds competed for broad ribbons at the 2019 Royal Queensland Show.
The two days of judging at the Ekka culminated with the Champion of Champions event.
- Sierra snaps up EKKA opportunity
- Tenterfield High School claims the Ken Crotty OAM Perpetual Trophy for grand champion carcase
- RNA Paddock to Palate results 2019
Rising four-year-old Charolais cow Wakefield Amaze 38 claimed the champion female interbreed title.
The Frizell family of Wakefield Charolais, Armidale, knew they had a quality cow in her, enough for them to choose to exhibit at the Ekka for the first time in about six years.
A daughter of Advance Domino D36 from Wakefield Amaze 10, she was also the supreme exhibit at the Charolais National Show in Dubbo in July.
Take a look at all the photos of the grand champion bulls here.