2008 Campbell Town Show | Australian Corriedale Association Inc

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CAMPBELL TOWN SHOW RESULTS INDEX

2008 Results

Corriedales at Campbell Town were judged by Jan Hunt of South Australia, awards being well distributed between the three competitors.  Glen Esk was Most Successful Exhibitor, while Quamby Plains won Champion Ram and Streanshalh Champion Ewe.  Glen Esk's winning ram hogget was Supreme Junior Champion Wool Breed Ram, a prestigious award which has been won several times in recent years by either Glen Esk or Gambier View.

Ram over 1 1/2 (Unprotected)  -  Glen Esk
Ram under 1 1/2  -  Glen Esk (Junior Champion)
Pair of Rams under 1 1/2  -  Glen Esk
Ram under 2 1/2 and over 1 ½  -  Glen Esk (Reserve Champion)
Pair of Rams over 1 ½  -  Streanshalh
Rams over 2 ½  -  Quamby Plains (Champion)

Ewe over 1 ½ (Unprotected)  -  Streanshalh (Champion)
Ewe under 1 ½  -  Glen Esk (Junior Champion)
Pen of three Ewes under 1 ½  -  Streanshalh
Ewe under 2 ½ and over 1 ½  -  Glen Esk (Reserve Champion)
Ewe over 2 ½  -  Glen Esk

Group of five Corriedales  -  Streanshalh
Ram and Ewe under 2 ½ and over 1 ½  -  Glen Esk
Ram and Ewe under 1 ½   -  Glen Esk
Sire's Progeny Group  -  Glen Esk

Best Head on a Corridale Ram  -  Streanshalh
Corriedale Ram with Best Sires Fleece  -  Streanshalh

Fleeces

Corriedale Ram   -  Glen Esk (R.V. Bowden Trophy)
Corriedale Ewe  -  Glen Esk
Group of three Corriedale Fleeces   -  Streanshalh

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The Corriedale was simultaneously evolved in both Australia and New Zealand about 1874 by selectively breeding from cross bred progeny of pure Merino and Lincoln sheep.

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