Kevin’s a winner for Roly Pk

25 Sep, 2013 03:30 AM
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DELIGHTFUL DAM: Senior champion female Roly Park Heaven, held by Roly Park's Scott Bruton, and her calf held by Jarrod Lane, Robinvale, Vic. She is being sashed by judge Roger Evans, Tamworth, NSW, and Kathy Grigg, Edenhope, Vic.
DELIGHTFUL DAM: Senior champion female Roly Park Heaven, held by Roly Park's Scott Bruton, and her calf held by Jarrod Lane, Robinvale, Vic. She is being sashed by judge Roger Evans, Tamworth, NSW, and Kathy Grigg, Edenhope, Vic.

IT was the battle of two Vic studs in the Royal Adelaide Show Beef Shorthorn judging, well and truly won by Lake Boga breeder Scott Bruton's Roly Park stud.

His standout exhibit was the rising 2.5-year-old Roly Park Kevin, grand champion bull for the second year in a row.

Judge Roger Evans, Tamworth, NSW, said Kevin was very free with his movement around the ring.

"He has the ability to lay down some fat and pass that through to his progeny," Mr Evans said.

"He is going to breed some good cattle in the future."

The bull was true to type.

"He is an easy-doing bull with good testicular development," he said.

Mr Evans said the junior bull Roly Park's Roly Park Joe had a long body with tremendously sound structure.

Roly Park's Roly Park Heaven was grand champion female ahead of junior champion female Roly Park Annabel.

* Full report in Stock Journal, September 19 issue, 2013.

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