Knockout a $52,000 supreme

11-07-2018 by admin

Herefords Australia chairman Pat Pearce, Alvio Trovatello of Glendan Park, Kyneton, Victoria, judge Peter Collins of Merridale Angus, Tennyson, Victoria and handler Dan Porter. THE supreme Whiteface exhibit of the51stHerefords National Show and Sale was won by the Trovatello family of Glendan Park stud, Kyneton,with their 22-month-oldGlendan Park Knockout K160 (ET) (H).

In a first at the distinguishedevent, a supreme Whiteface bull was judged the overall winner fromthegrand champion Hereford and grand champ Poll breeds.

Sired by Warringa Google G23, the 918 kilogram bull was first awarded the junior champion Herefordbefore grand champ Hereford and eventually supreme.

He had an eye muscle area (EMA) of 126 square centimetres,rib fat of 11 millimetres and a scrotal circumference of 40cm.

Glendan Park principal Alvio Trovatello said the 14-month-old sirewas one of the first drop of bulls at the stud by Warringa Google G23 (H). He isby one of the stud’s elite donor cows, Glendan Ark Lass G013 (AI) (H).

“He’s balanced with good structure,” Mr Trovatello said.

“He’s smooth, but still with plenty of capacity and depth of body and had plenty of sire appeal.”

The following day Knockout set the large selling arena crowd alight and became the third highest price overall whenwhen he was knocked down to Anthony Baillieau, Yarram Park Herefords, Willaura, Vic and Graham Newham, Cara Park Herefords, Delungra for $52,000.

Mr Newham said Knockout was a beautifully balanced, athletic young bull with a wonderful outlook.

“He has tremendous length, sufficient carcase and is out of some very proven and efficient bloodlines,” Mr Newham said.

“Hetook our eye as soon as he came into the ring, even before he hada ribbon placed on him.”

Knockout was judged supreme over the grand champion Poll Hereford bull Kaludah Archie K221 (AI) (P), exhibited by Pam Shelley, Kaludah Herefords, Cooma.

Judge Peter Collins, Merridale Angus, Tennyson, Vic, said he put the horned bull ahead of the Poll bull because it was a little bit sharper anda little bit deeperthan the grand championPoll Hereford.

Reserve junior champ was awarded to S and K Lewington, Uranquinty with Kymarney Domino K010

The senior champion Hereford bull was another Glendan Park exhibit, a 1062kgGlendan Park Kinetic K004 (AI) (ET) (H), which was also sired by Warringa Google G23 (H).

The reserve senior champion bull, RH Classic (H), a Charnock Jackal son ,exhibited by Burrawang Herefords, Forbes was soldfor $41,000 to Ian and Anne Galloway, Galloway Cattle Company, Roma, QLD.

The Galloway’s invested in four bulls to average $19,625.

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