2003 Australian Sheep And Wool Show - Bendigo | Australian Corriedale Association Inc

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AUSTRALIAN SHEEP & WOOL SHOW (ASBA) RESULT INDEX

2003 RESULTS

CORRIEDALE JUDGING RESULTS

Twelve Corriedale exhibitors from four States entered sheep for the 2003 ASBA Show on July 19 under Judges, Mr. Peter Baker who judged rams while Mr. Richard Archer judged the ewes. Mr. Arthur Pederick judged the National Pairs.

Major awards were:

Junior Champion Ram under 1 years old

J.G. Venters & Co. - (Liberton)

Reserve Junior Champion Ram under 1 years old

A.H. & M.J. & B.J. Lush - (Corriedale Hills)

Senior Champion Ram over 1 years old

G. & S. & R. Foster- (Haven Park)

Reserve Senior Champion Ram over 1 years old

J.M. Savage- (Gambier View)

Grand Champion Ram

G. & S. & R. Foster - (Haven Park)

Senior Champion Ram and Grand Champiopn Ram and Supreme Champion Corridale at the 2003 cAustralian Sheep and Wool Show, Bendigo, Victoria.

Exhibited gy G. & S. & R. Foster, Haven Park, Casterton, Victoria.

Junior Champion Ewe under 1 years old

J.G. Venters & Co. (Liberton)

Reserve Junior Champion Ewe under 1 years old

J.G. Venters & Co. (Liberton)

Senior Champion Ewe under 1 years old

J.M. Savage (Gambier View)

Reserve Senior Champion Ewe over 1 years old

E.M. Baker (Loddon Park)

Grand Champion Ewe

J.M. Savage (Gambier View)

Haven Park Trophy for Best Turned Out Stud

J. G. Venters & Co. (Liberton)

Ken Smith Memorial Trophy for the 'Sires Progeny Group'

J. G. Venters & Co. (Liberton)

The Roy Baker Trophy awarded to the Champion Shorn Sheep

J.M. Savage (Gambier View)

Wettenhall Perpetual Trophy awarded to the Supreme Champion Corriedale

G. & S. & R. Foster (Haven Park) with their Grand Champion Ram.

J.F. Guthrie Perpetual Cup Most successful exhibitor in the open Corriedale Classes

J. M. Savage (Gambier View)

The Goxhill Perpetual Trophy Most successful exhibitor in the Corriedale Shorn Classes

J. M. Savage (Gambier View)

Maluka Trophy

J.M. Savage (Gambier View)

Harold F. Prell Trophy

G. & S. & R. Foster (Haven Park)

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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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