Orange Show visitors had plenty of quality to view at the weekend's competitions, which included sheep, goats, cattle and horses.
The 149th Orange Show also welcomed the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW president, Michael Millner, Millthorpe, as the meat sheep breeds judge, who also managed to win champion prime lamb with a Poll Dorset/composite entry in the prime lamb competition.
Show Ring announcer Lyndsey Douglas also made the journey from Sydney to keep the crowds informed with what was happening around the show.
The supreme meat sheep exhibit was Ashburnia 143/20, exhibited by Ken Williams, Ashburnia Poll Dorsets, Four Mile Creek; the supreme beef exhibit was a young Limousin bull, Trassoc Royal Renegade R1, exhibited by Jayden Nicholls, Trassoc Livestock, Harden; the supreme dairy goat exhibit was an Anglo Nubian doe exhibited Yeoval Central School; champion led Australian Stock Horse was Lowarna Red Velvet, exhibited by Ashley Monk, Bathurst, and supreme ridden ASH was Yalatta Park Cotton On, ridden by Kayley Pendergast, Bathurst.
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