2014 Royal Geelong Show | Australian Corriedale Association Inc

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2014 Royal Geelong Show

Royal Geelong Show  Judge: Mr. James Walker

 

Supreme Corriedale: Sweetfield  

Champion Corriedale Ram: Sweetfield

Reserve Champion Corriedale Ram: Sweetfield

 

Champion Corriedale Ewe: Sweetfield

Reserve Champion Corriedale Ewe: Sweetfield

 

Champion Corriedale Lamb: Sweetfield

Reserve Champion Corriedale Lamb: Sweetfield

 

Most Successful Corriedale Exhibitor: Sweetfield

Most Successful Exhibitor over all Studs: Sweetfield

 

Best Corriedale Ram Fleece -Guy Wettenhall Perpertual Trophy

Awarded to: Nick Cole  West Cloven Hills

 

Most Attractive Fleece other than Merino - F.O. Whitcroft Memorial Trophy

Awarded to: Sweetfield

 

Best Corriedale Ewe or Wether Fleece - ‘Stanbury’ Corriedale Perpetual Memorial Trophy.

Awarded to: Jim Venters  Liberton Corriedales

 

Best Spinning Fleece over all fleece sections

Donated by Geelong Handweavers & Spinners Guild

Awarded to: Sweetfield

 

Ram, over 1 1/2 years  In wool shorn on or after 1 March 2014

1: Croydon
2: Flinders Christian College
3rd. Elisabeth Murdoch College

Ram, over 1˝ years  Shorn on or after 1 July 2014

1: Liberton Corriedales
2: Woodleigh School
3: Woodleigh School

Ram under 1˝ years,   in wool shorn on or after 1 March 2014

1st Sweetfield
2nd Sweetfield
3rd Liberton Corriedales

Ram, under 1˝ years  Shorn on or after 1 July 2014

1: Liberton Corriedales
2: Croydon
3: Woolodoon

Ewe, over 1˝ years  In wool shorn on or after 1 March 2014

1: Flinders Christian College
2: Flinders Christian College
3: Flinders Christian College

Ewe, over 1˝ years  Shorn on or after 1 July 2014

1: Flinders Christian College
2: Woodleigh School
3: Kinata

Ewe, under 1˝ years  In wool shorn on or after 1 March 2014

1: Sweetfield
2: Sweetfield
3: Flinders College

Ewe, under 1˝ years  Shorn on or after 1 July 2014

1: Sweetfield
2: Sweetfield
3.Liberton Corriedales

Ram Lamb in wool, dropped after 1 April 2014

1:Sweetfield
2: Sweetfield
3: Liberton Corriedales

Ewe Lamb in wool, dropped after 1 April 2014

1: Sweetfield
2: Sweetfield
3: Liberton Corriedales

Novice Ewe or Ram Lamb  dropped after 1 April 2014

1:Woolondoon
2.Woodleigh School
3. Flinders Christian College

Group, 1 Ram & 2 Ewes, under 1˝ years  BXE, drawn from above classes

Sweetfield

 

WOOL - WHITE FLEECE

Corriedale Ram Fleece

1: West Cloven Hills - Nick Cole
2: Sweetfield
3: Liberton Corriedales

Corriedale Ewe or Wether Fleece

1: Liberton Corriedales
2: Daniel Mosele
3: Woodleigh School

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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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