2017 Bathurst Show (NSW) results | Australian Corriedale Association Inc

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Bathurst Show (NSW) results 2017

Forty Corriedales were exhibited at Bathurst this year and the Merino judge, Tony Inder, from Wellington, had the challenge of selecting the winners.

Prizes were fairly even with Glen Esk, Rydal, winning the supreme with the over 2 year old ram which Tony liked for his scale and wool.

Esbank won the champion ewe with the over 2 year old ewe which Tony said he liked for her productive outlook and style of wool, and she was a good example of a true dual purpose sheep.

Overall Bathurst was a success once again with a lot of interest in Corriedales.

Next year is the 150th Royal Bathurst Show and we anticipate 70 Corriedales on show. We hope to see you all there for what will be a great exhibition.

Supreme Corriedale: Glen Esk

Champion ram: Glen Esk

Reserve champion ram: Roseville

Champion ewe: Esbank

Reserve champion ewe: Glen Esk

 

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