Beef Interbreed Winners.
Supreme Breeders Group: Kenmere Charolais, Holbrook.
Supreme Junior Champion Heifer: KO Vicky P66, KO Angus, Kangaloon.
Supreme Senior Champion Female: KO Dream N43, KO Angus, Kangaloon.
Supreme Junior Champion Bull: Nagol Park Kokoda PNG P120, Roger and Niaomi Evans, Nagol Park Shorthorns, Tamworth.
Supreme Senior Champion bull: Waterford Neon LIghts N35E, Waterford Charolais, Mt Macedon VIC.
Supreme Breed Exhibit: KO Dream N43, KO Angus, Kangaloon.
SENIOR champion interbeed female, KO Dream N43 from KO Angus Stud at Kangaloon impressed the judges enough yesterday at the Royal Melbourne Show to be named the supreme beef breed exhibit.
Manager Tim Lord was very happy with the win.
"This is the first time I've won supreme of the whole show here," he said.
"We've had interbreed divisions before, but never supreme of the show, so it's all worth it."
"This cow's calved at 22 months and it's done the local shows throughout autumn and now the calves' at the maximum age so I'll wean her when we get her home."
Mr Lord will now starting getting the winning cow ready for the show circuit in two years time.
"We're going to set this cow to go to Sydney in 2021 with a big calf," he said.
"We're just about to join her again to calve next spring."
KO Angus went one further to also win the supreme junior beef breed female with KO Vicky P66, ahead of the reserve interbreed junior female Ausbred Caribben Pearl from Ausbred Simmentals, Kurmond.
Supreme junior interbreed bull was won by Tamworth Shorthorn breeders Roger and Niaomi Evans from Nagol Park stud, with their exhibit Nagol Park Kokoda P120.
The Evans family also secured another win for NSW when their senior female, Nagol Park YZ Romance N148, won reserve senior beef breed female in the interbreed, behind the overall supreme beef exhibit of the event.
The Angus breed continued to perform in Monday night's interbeed with Adameluca Angus snapping up reserve junior interbreed bull with Adameluca Pharoah P3, while Hollywood Angus, Peak Hill, won reserve senior interbreed bull with Hollywood Longmire N12.
Waterford Charolais stud took out senior supreme beef bull with Waterford Neon Lights N35E.
One of the owners of Waterford Charolais Sapphire Halliday said the win makes it two years in a row in the class.
"It's a three quarter brother to last year's winner," she said.
One of the interbreed judges Nicole Nicholls described the bull as an outstanding exhibit.
"He's got muscle, he's got length he's got strength,"she said.
"It's right across his top, right down his hind and he handles his feet and legs really well.
Congratulations to the breeder, you should be very proud of yourselves."
While the Charolais missed out on the top prize in Melbourne the breed was picked as the supreme breeders group, with three animals from Kenmere Charolais Stud at Holbrook catching the judges eye.
Sapphire Halliday said the breed was well represented this year.
It's good for the breed that enough of us can get together and it shows the unity," she said.
"It's such a great time that people get together and discuss what's going on home.
"We try and support each other as much as we can and it's a nice environment to do that at the show."
The interbreed competition marked the finish of livestock judging at the Royal Melbourne Show.
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