2012 Royal Canberra Show | Australian Corriedale Association Inc

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2012 Royal Canberra Show

(Courtesy – Rick Hoolihan)

There was a good turnout of Corriedales at the Royal Canberra Show in February, with six studs showing. The ribbons were shared fairly well among the studs. The supreme Corriedale went to the ewe from Billigaboo who went on to win supreme long wool ewe. Roseville won champion ram and champion shorn Corriedale. It is very encouraging to see Ballarat Grammar travel so far to show at Canberra; they also had some success, winning the group of 1 ram & 2 ewes. Badgally won the reserve champion ewe. It was also the last show that David Baker would be at with St Gregory’s College. Overall the show was a great success and we are looking forward to next year.

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