After the Covid break Sydney Royal returned to the calendar in 2021. A reduced showing of Charolais was judged by Hannah Powe but the quality remained at a high standard. Bureen Cattle Co made a great debut with Supreme Exhibit Tractor Nellie. A regular ribbon winner on the Hunter Valley show circuit, Tractor Nellie and her six-month-old heifer calf Bureen Nellie 2, were named supreme exhibit after being labelled “an exceptional female”.

She had tough competition from the senior and grand champion bull, Taylor Made Quintrex, from Taylor Made Charolais, Willow Tree who only made their return to showing after purchasing the bull’s mother in 2017.

Ms Powe commended the exhibitors that had put in the hard work to still attend the show despite the COVID-19 disruptions. “I feel they are very complete animals,” Ms Powe said of the final two exhibits.

Junior Champion Heifer: Black Duck Queen Street (P)(R/F)
exhibited by Gregory Nicholson
Reserve Junior Champion Heifer: Myona Rose R8 (P)
Exhibited by B Hogland & S Martin
Reserve Senior Champion Female: Myona Lilly N14 (P)
Exhibited by B Hogland & S Martin
Junior Champion Bull: Trator Rhaegar (P)
Exhibited by Bureen Cattle Co
Reserve Junior Champion Bull: Myona Quiz Q16 (P)
Exhibited by B Hogland & S Martin
Reserve Senior Champion Bull: Myona Platinum P22 (P)(R/F)
Exhibited by B Hogland & S Martin

Most Successful Exhibitor: Myona Charolais

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Tractor Nellie (P) exhibited by Bureen Cattle Co. Senior & Grand Champion Female and Supreme Charolais Exhibit
Taylor Made Quintrex (P)(R/F) exhibited by Taylor Made Charolais. Senior & Grand Champion Bull

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