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Action packed Kangaroo Valley Show

07.06.2018, 苏州美甲美睫培训学校, by .

Placegetters in the junior judging competition Brittany Whiteley, Kate Gooden and Skye Hubbard. PRIMARY school children flocked to the Kangaroo Valley Show last Friday to race their bicycles and take part in an obstacle race with their dogs in tow.
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There was a fancy dress competition and a pet show, as well as a talent quest.

Click image to view a gallery of the action from Kangaroo Valley Show

Action packed Kangaroo Valley Show Top bike racers Phoebe Szymoniczek, Evan Larkin and Harmony Baker, all of Kangaroo Valley.

Hayden Muffet, Ari Britton and Jarrah Carlile waiting their turn to race their bikes.

Local kids James Paterson, and Owen and Milly Walters.

Off and racing.

Jayden Hambrook, 7, cooled down with an ice-cone.

Peter Roach and daughter Emma, with Cameron Dignam and Liz Lewis. Cameron placed first in the under-17s 75cm jumping, and Emma placed second.

Siena Jackson, Sussex Inlet, relaxing with her horse Braveheart.

Holly Spence and Nathan Pascal, Wandandian.

Lani Imhof and Matthew Bell of Nowra enjoyed their stroll down side show alley.

Christian Davidson, 6, Kangaroo Valley.

Twins Olivia and Caitlin Mairinger, 15, each bought a homemade lemonade.

Giacomo Delmenico, 9, showed the crowd he wasn’t afraid of snakes.

TweetFacebookJunior judging entrants from Chevalier College, Benjamin Folwer, Year 10; Matthew Stevens, Year 10; James Cassidy, Year 10; Darcy Howard, Year 8, and Lachlan Capps, Year 8.

Chevalier College junior judging entrants Jiordi Read, Year 10; Samantha Larter, Year 11; Katie Beresford, Year 10, and Erin Whitfield, Year 10.

Champion Simmental bull went to Valley Creek Joker, owned by Samantha Gibson, “Valley Creek”, Bowral, and led by Lauren Smith. Ms Gibson also owned the champion Simmental heifer, Miss Dorinda.

Best Jersey heifer under 12 months went to Robert and Sandra Brown, Wollingurry stud, Fitzroy Falls. Mr Brown is pictured with his grandson Matthew Smith, 5. The stud also won best Jersey heifer under 2 years.

Best junior female (heifer under 21 months) went to Kia Ora stud, Roslyn, led by Belinda Barnes.

Champion Dexter bull went to Nowra High School’s Jupiter. He was led by Brin McKinnon, Year 9, and Jack Chessher, Year 9.

Junior champion Holstein heifer was Clinton Park BF Grace, bred and led by Mark Walker, Clinton Park Holsteins, Kangaroo Valley.

Junior champion Jersey female was won by Robert and Sandra Brown, Wollingurry, Fitzroy Falls. He is pictured with Minister for Primary Industries Katrina Hodgkinson and grandson Matthew Smith, 5.

Junior champion bull went to Limousin bull Summit Venture Captain, owned by Mick and Mary Parsons, Kia Ora, Roslyn, and led by Hayley Jones.

Senior champion interbreed bull was Talis Jedhi, 22 months, from the McLachlan group’s Talis Angus stud, Glenquarry. He was led by Warren Miller (stud manager).

Junior champion female went to KO Dream K4, bred by KO Angus, Kangaloon. He is pictured with stud manager Tim Lord and Minister for Primary Industries Katrina Hodgkinson. The beast was later sashed supreme champion exhibit.

Winner of the steer competition was Serena Mackay, 17, representing Frensham. She led Max, owned by her parents Andrew and Carolyn Mackay, Merawah Poll Hereford Stud, Boggabilla.

Grand champion steer went to light weight steer Ted, owned by Frensham School, Mittagong, and led by Kate Gooden.

Placegetters in the junior judging competition Brittany Whiteley, first place in the senior division; Kate Gooden, first place in the intermediate division, and Skye Hubbard, second place in the intermediate division.

Champion ribbon jersey female was Lerida Park Bosspring Rosebud, owned by Graeme and Lisa Cochrane, Lerida Park, Kangaroo Valley. Reserve was Foxton RM Leonie, owned by Rob and Sandra Brown, Wollingurry, Fitzroy Falls.

Champion ribbon Holstein female went to Glen Invade Jewell, led by Molly Good on behalf her father Geoff, Kelvin Glen stud, “Glenhaven”, Kangaroo Valley. Reserve was Larkin Maider, led by her sister Molly. They are pictured with Stuart Lockhart, Dairy Livestock Services.

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