2014 Sydney Royal Easter Show | Australian Corriedale Association Inc

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2014 Sydney Royal Easter Show Results

Ram, under 1 year old, showing milk teeth only. 1st Billigaboo 2nd Tymec 3rd Badgally 4th Badgally

Ram, under 1 year old, showing milk teeth only; closely and evenly shorn 1st Tymec 2nd Rose-Lea 3rd Roseville

Ram, 1 year old and under 2 years. 1st Roseville 2nd Billigaboo 3rd Roseville

Ram, 1 year old and under 2 years; closely and evenly shorn. 1st Tymec 2nd Rose-Lea

Ram, 2 years old and over 1st Billigaboo 2nd Billigaboo

Pair of Rams, under 2 years 1st Roseville 2nd Badgally 3rd Badgally

GRAND CHAMPION CORRIEDALE RAM Roseville

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION CORRIEDALE RAM Billigaboo

BEST HEADED CORRIEDALE RAM. Open to any Corriedale ram exhibited in General Classes 1st Tymec

Ram with best Sires Fleece 1st Roseville 2nd Billigaboo 3rd Badgally

Ewe, under 1 year old, showing milk teeth only 1st Tymec 2nd Badgally 3rd Billigaboo 4th Tymec

Ewe, under 1 year old, showing milk teeth only; closely and evenly shorn 1st Rose-Lea 2nd Tymec 3rd Rose-Lea

Ewe, 1 year old and under 2 years 1st Badgally 2nd Billigaboo 3rd Billigaboo

Ewe, 1 year old and under 2 years, closely and evenly shorn 1st Roseville 2nd Rose-Lea

Ewe, 2 years old and over 1st Billigaboo 2nd Badgally 3rd Billigaboo

Pair of Ewes, under 2 years 1st Roseville 2nd Badgally 3rd Rose-Lea

GRAND CHAMPION CORRIEDALE EWE Billigaboo

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION CORRIEDALE EWE Badgally

BEST CORRIEDALE EXHIBITED BY A SECONDARY SCHOOL. Selected from Exhibits in the General Classes. Each animal must be bred or owned by Secondary School 1st Badgally 2nd Badgally 3rd Badgally

Peter Taylor Group. Consisting of one ram and two ewes, showing milk teeth only, exhibited and bred by one Owner and selected from Exhibits in the General Classes 1st Roseville 2nd Billigaboo 3rd Rose-Lea

MOST SUCCESSFUL CORRIEDALE EXHIBITOR Billigaboo

The NSW Corriedale Committee would like to thank Brenton Lush for judging in Sydney this year. Having met Brenton on a few occasions it was great to catch with him again. His knowledge of the Corriedale breed is immense and we are grateful for his input at Sydney. Sheep numbers were up this year, but we do encourage more studs to attend the Sydney Royal.

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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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