Grand champion Hereford bull and supreme Hereford exhibit at the 2020 Royal Canberra Show was awarded to Granite Hill Pinnacle, owned by Danny Hill and paraded by Kierin Martin.
The 22-month-old poll Hereford bull was sired by Wirruna Kalimna K326 and has a 400-day weight EBV in the top five percent of the Hereford breed.
Pinnacle also made the top three exhibits in the champion interbreed bull class.
The Hereford classes were judged by Sam Hunter of Yass.
Reserve senior champion bull was awarded to Cranbury Tornado N043 exhibited by Cranbury Poll Herefords.
In the female classes Cloverlee Cherry Ripe took top honours as grand champion Hereford female after winning the title of senior champion female.
Reserve senior champion female was awarded to Cranbury Colleen K62.
Junior champion female was presented to Cloverlee Minerva Q001 exhibited by Ken and Elizabeth Ikin of Cloverlee Poll Herefords.
Reserve junior champion female was awarded to Cranbury Ursula P004.
Cranbury Poll Herefords had a very successful day in the show ring also taking out the Breeders Group title and Sires Progeny Group with animals sired by Kidman Governor K059.
(Photos courtesy of The Land)
Eliza Babazogli of International Animal Health, judge Sam Hunter, the grand champion bull and supreme Poll Hereford exhibit with parader Kierin Martin and owner Danny Hill.
The grand champion cow is held by Lillian Turgeon and Savannah Boutsikakis with judge Sam Hunter, owner Ken Ikin and ribbon presenter Peter Sutherland.
Reserve senior champion bull Cranbury Tornado N043 exhibited by Cranbury Poll Herefords.