There was plenty of faces spotted around the Merino shed this year with close to 125 entries in the competition this year.
- Sydney Royal: Hollow Mount ram first August-shorn to be named Supreme Exhibit
- Sydney Royal 2021: All the results from the Saturday Merino judging
- Sydney Royal 2021: Thalabah, Langdene, Nerstane, Hollow Mount awarded in Merino pairs and groups
It was a strong wool August-shorn ram from Hollow Mount, Bigga who stole the show, named Supreme Exhibit for 2021 - the first August-shorn ram to take out the main prize in the show's 199 year history.
It beat out a fine wool, March-shorn ewe from Merryville, Boorowa who was awarded Supreme ewe.
Hollow Mount also won the National Pair of the Year, while Thalabah, Laggan produced an emotional win in the Stonehaven Cup for the top group of five sheep.
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