Greenland takes Tom Culley Memorial for junior exhibit

Junior champion Merino at Sydney Royal

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RAS events co-ordinator Danielle Krix sashing the supreme junior Merino, the junior champion March-shorn ram shown by Greg Alcock, Greenland Merinos, Bungarby.

RAS events co-ordinator Danielle Krix sashing the supreme junior Merino, the junior champion March-shorn ram shown by Greg Alcock, Greenland Merinos, Bungarby.

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For the third time in the past six years, the Alcock family from the Greenland stud, Bungarby have paraded the supreme junior Merino.

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A very impressive future Merino sire bred by the Alcock family at the Greenland Merino stud, Bungarby was successful in taking the Tom Culley Memorial Trophy for supreme junior exhibit at 2019 Sydney Royal.

It was the third time in the past six years the Alcock family have been successful in that event.

"He has a beautiful outlook and is a real credit to the industry," judge Andrew Rintoul, Tilba Tilba stud, Dongiemon, WA said when speaking on behalf of the judges.

"He is very impressive, long and well balanced with a long staple." 

The Greenland-bred ram had previously been judged junior champion March-shorn ram.

Results:

Champion August-shorn Merino ram - Langdene, Dunedoo

Reserve - Greenland, Bungarby

Champion August-shorn Merino ewe - Langdene, Dunedoo

Reserve - Langdene, Dunedoo

Champion March-shorn Merino ram - Greenland, Bungarby

Reserve - Conrayn, Berridale

Champion March-shorn Merino ewe - Grathlyn, Hargreaves

Reserve - Conrayn, Berridale

Champion August-shorn Poll Merino ram - Towonga, Peak Hill

Reserve - Nerstane, Woolbrook

Champion August-shorn Poll Merino ewe - Nerstane, Woolbrook

Reserve - Lynford, Hargreaves

Champion March-shorn Poll Merino ewe - Lynford, Hargreaves

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