WHEN Chloe Davey stepped into the Droughtmaster ring at Beef she was leading her own bull for the first time.
At just 13-years-old, Chloe, Lonemark CD Droughtmasters, Emerald was thrilled to be taking one of her own stud bulls to Beef.
After losing a bull calf in the past, Chloe said it was a great to see her own Lonemark CD Empire bull make it to the show ring.
“He’s 15-months and he was sired by Hamadra Christian,” she said.
“I like him because he’s got good bone with great body structure and has a good sire style head, plus he has good length.”
Chloe said she was most excited about entering the junior judging event at Beef, which was going to be her first judging outing for the season.
“We went to Baralaba Show but they don’t do judging there,” she said.
“I would have really liked to have had a practice show though.”
Throughout the week at Beef, Chloe placed in the top ten in both junior judging and parading, plus her Empire bull placed seventh in the 15-months and under 17-months class.
As a passionate young person, Chloe was leading by example at Beef as one of the Droughtmaster Society’s junior members and was kept very busy during the week-long event.