Champion of Champions
Brahman wins Interbreed bull title
The 30-month-old, Raglan Victory (AI) (ET) (H) took the Champion Of Champions title at the Landmark Stud Cattle Championships yesterday for his owners, Andrew ands Roxanne Olive, Raglan Stud, Raglan.
Victory, is a full US blood, 1002kg son of the former World Brahman Congress Champion, Yenda Dymanic (JDH Navasota) delivered scans of 15/9mm and a ribeye measurement of 135 sq cm.
Runner up spot was taken by the Simmental entry, the 31-month-old Senior and Grand champion bull, Meldon Park Hugo, owned and exhibited by the Skene family, Meldon Park Stud, Cecil Plains.
In third was the Angus representative, Raff Hercules. Hercules is a 30-month, 1274kg, 21/13mm, 145 EMA individual exhibited by David and Andrew Raff and family, Raff Angus, Drillham.
The fourth position on the tally board was claimed by the Brangus champion, Duarran Havelock, exhibited by Ian and Anne Galloway, Duarran Stud, Roma with the fifth position filled by the Red Angus grand champion bull, Black Diamond Red Jaguar, bred and exhibited by Andrew and Christie Kennedy, Black Diamond Red Angus, Cowra, New South Wales.
Charolais females secure another Interbreed crown
Crathes Estella 32 (P) claimed another high profile victory after taking out the Champion Of Champions Female yesterday.
Glen Waldron and Kim Groner, Elite Charolais, ‘Murwollock’, Meandarra secured the win with their Grand and senior champion female, Estella 32 and her impressive heifer calf, Elite Estella. Estella 32 is no stranger to broad ribbon wins as earlier this year she claimed the grand and senior championship title at the Sydney Royal at 27-months go age and stood forth in both the Urquart and Horden Interbreed competitions. The 29-month-old was purchased by the Elite Stud at the 2014 Charolais National Sale from breeders, Keith and Roz Glasson, Crathes Charolais, Greenmount.
Estella 32’s dam had previously been an interbreed champion at Sydney Royal, Brisbane Royal and at Beef XXXX, while Estella 32 was also the Reserve Junior Champion Female at the 2014 Brisbane Royal.
Day 3 breed judging action
Earlier 14 breeds paraded around the judging rings on the third and final day of the Landmark Stud Cattle Championships at Beef 2015.
The Charolais and the Simmental rings had the greatest numbers, while Red Angus, Shorthorn, Bazadaise, Senepol, Pinzgauer, Red Poll, Blonde d’ Aquitaine, Sahiwal, Simbrah, Devon, Speckle Park and South Devon.
In the Charolais judging Warwick based Ascot Charolais Stud owned by Jim Wedge and Jackie Chard took out the male honour with this polled red factor exhibit,
Ascot Juggernaut (AI ) (ET) (P) (R/F) while the grand and senior champion for the female section was claimed by Crathes Estella 32 (P) owned by Glen Waldron and Kim Groner, Elite Charolais, Meandarra.
The final provided a great outing in the Simmental ring for the Skene family, Meldon Park Stud, Cecil Plains when their prefix took home the Senior and Grand champion bull, Meldon Park Hugo and the Grand and Senior champion female, Meldon Park Hippie (P).
Click here to access each day’s detailed stud beef class results, as they are posted by Beef 2015.Presented in the gallery below is Beef Central’s photographic summary of DayThree’s action. Click on the images to scroll through.