2011 Campbell Town Show | Australian Corriedale Association Inc

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Campbell Town Show

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Judge: Jim Venters, Stonehaven Victoria

Ram over 1˝, Unprotected
1st Streanshalh

Pair of Rams under 1˝
1st Blackwood & Junior Champion

Ram under 2˝, over 1˝
1st Quamby Plains, Reserve Champion
2nd Streanshalh
3rd Blackwood

Pair of Rams over 1˝
1st and 2nd Quamby Plains

Andrew and Judith Nicolson of Streanshalh with their Champion Corriedale ram and  Supreme & Champion Corriedale Ewe at the Campbell Town Show.

Ram over 2˝
1st  Streanshalh, Champion
2nd and 3rd Quamby Plains

Ram under 1˝, shorn on or after 1st March
1st and 3rd Blackwood
2nd Streanshalh

Ewe over 1˝, Unprotected
1st and 3rd Streanshalh
2nd Blackwood

Ewe under 2˝, over 1˝
1st Blackwood, Reserve Champion

Ewe over 2˝
1st Streanshalh, Champion and Supreme Corriedale
2nd Streanshalh

Ewe over 1˝, shorn on or after 1st March
1st and 2nd Streanshalh

Special Classes

Ram and Ewe under 2 ˝, over 1 ˝ (A. McL. Mackinnon Trophy)
1st Blackwood

Best Head on a Corriedale Ram (Glen Esk Trophy)
1st Quamby Plains

Sire's Progeny
1st Blackwood

Group of Five Corriedales
1st Blackwood

Ram with Best Sire's Fleece (G.L.P. Finlay Trophy)
1st Blackwood


Corriedale Ram
Quamby Plains                       

Group of Three Corriedale Fleeces


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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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