Leading Angus wins supreme exhibit

A 16-month-old Angus bull from Southern Highlands stud K.O. Angus took out the Kevin ‘Dusty’ Coves Memorial Trophy supreme exhibit at the 141st Crookwell Show.

KO G357 Nemesis N42 by K.O. Angus, Kangaloon, was shown by Tim Lord, K.O. stud manager, and in the Virbac cattle section had previously won the senior and grand champion Angus bull, interbreed supreme champion bull, as well as the Joan Doud Memorial Trophy for the supreme champion of the show earlier in the day.

Supreme exhibit: Paul Anderson, Nick Job, Glenn Trout, the winning bull is held by Tim Lord, K.O. stud manager and Angus Onisforou.

Supreme exhibit: Paul Anderson, Nick Job, Glenn Trout, the winning bull is held by Tim Lord, K.O. stud manager and Angus Onisforou.

The stud also had success with K.O. Dream K66 winning senior champion Angus female and the Angus Society Rosette, Claremont Angus Trophy for grand champion Angus female, as well as supreme champion Angus.

The Angus bull was up against the top six exhibits from the cattle, sheep, wool and poultry section.

Champion commercial cattle exhibit was a Murray Grey cow and calf from Rod Hoare and Helena Warren of Binda.

A 16-month old Poll Merino, shown by Aaron Granger of Rogara Poll Merino Rams, was supreme champion sheep. In 2018 Granger was the winner of the Kevin ‘Dusty’ Coves Trophy with his 4-tooth Poll Dorset Ram.

Brian and Lorraine Frost of Hillden Poll Dorset stud in Bannister exhibited a 10-month old ram, which won the supreme champion sheep in the Australian and British breeds.

The champion fleece of the show was exhibited by Paul and Margy Seaman of Sea-Ori Pastoral Company, Crookwell. The high-yielding 6.1 kilogram fine wool merino fleece scored 91 out of 100. 

In the poultry section, Jason Demetrious had the best bird of the show with his White Wyandotte.

Judging for the Kevin ‘Dusty’ Coves Memorial Trophy was George Henderson, Glenn Trout, Bock Seaman and Nick Job.