Angus award to Imran

30 Sep, 1999 08:22 AM

HIS potential to become < as the judge said < "one hell of a bull", earned Imran Angus stud's junior champion, Wilco Tele Tubbie, the supreme champion sash. Owners I & M Wallace, Bullsbrook, were all smiles at the supreme judging, with both their bull and senior champion female in the ring vying for top honours. Praising the high standard of cattle on show in the Angus catalogue, NSW judge Jock Harbison picked the bull for its combination of performance, balance and potential. "This animal shows tremendous quality, exhibiting a lot of performance with a high red meat content," he said. "It has got a real future, and I think will develop into one hell of a bull." The bull was born on February 2, 1998, and was bred by Wilson Downs Studstock. The stud's grand champion female exhibit, Willow Fields Champagne, was bred by Dr BI Waston. The Wallaces had an outstanding show, also taking home sashes for reserve junior champion bull, junior champion female, reserve junior champion female, and a number of group class awards. ÿ


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