2013 Campbell Town Show | Australian Corriedale Association Inc

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An excellent display of Corriedales at the 2013 Campbell Town Show was judged by Tony Manchester, who with wife Judy and son John, obviously enjoyed their visit to Tasmania. Tony received excellent support from his steward, Noel Littlejohn.

Awards were evenly distributed between the four competing studs. Competition in the hogget classes was divided between newer studs Blackwood and Leamington, with Blackwood winning supreme champion junior ram and Leamington most successful exhibitor.

Andrew Nicolson, Streanshalh stud, who has been in poor health recently, received a boost in winning the Corriedale supreme champion ram.


Ram over 2
Streanshalh, 1 and champion and 3; Quamby Plains, 2 and reserve champion.

Ram 2 to 1
Quamby Plains, 1; Streanshalh, 2; Blackwood, 3.

March shorn ram
Blackwood, 1; Quamby Plains, 2.

Ram under 1
Blackwood, 1 and junior champion.

Ram under 1 unprotected
Leamington, 1.

March shorn ram under 1
Leamington, 1.

Unprotected ewe over 2
Leamington, 1 and champion; Streanshalh, 2 and reserve champion.

Ewe over 2

March shorn ewe under 1

Ram with best head

Ram with best sire's fleece
Streanshalh (won outright after thirty years competition)

Fleece Awards:

Ram Fleece
Quamby Plains

Ewe fleece

Group of three commercial 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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