ON THE CHASE: Stu­art Frame at the Mulgildie Cam­p­draft.

Central and North Burnett Times - - LOCAL NEWS - ❏ Ge­orge Smith

THE Mulgildie sports­ground hosted two days of cam­p­draft ac­tion and re­turn­ing com­peti­tors said the stan­dard of the draft was higher than in the past, thanks to a new camp and qual­ity cat­tle.

The event was also blessed with good weather.

Dean War­ren, from Jandowae, was ex­cep­tional and won the maiden (with 174 points) and novice on his horse, Com­mis­sioner, and took out fourth in the maiden on a dif­fer­ent horse.

The event would not have been pos­si­ble with­out the sup­port of the com­mu­nity, es­pe­cially af­ter the floods.

Other top place get­ters in the open were Don Wil­liams on Ac­ro­bat (174 points) and Ge­off Seeds on Dee-Dee (171 points).

MAIDEN LINE UP: Ashleigh Kerr (judge) and com­peti­tors Char­maine Symes, Lind­say Pen­ney, Matthew Mof­fat, Dean War­ren and Stu­art Frame. Pho­tos: Ge­orge Smith

Lind­say Pen­ney at the cam­p­draft.

Photo: Su­san McLaugh­lin

Felic­ity Weier (tied third in ju­nior), Bill Tay­lor (fourth in mi­nor), Ly­dia Tay­lor and Kim­ber­ley Weier (tied third in ju­nior) at the Mulgildie Cam­p­draft.

Linda Brown (left) and Jes­sika Brown (right) watch Josie McLaugh­lin (back) and Lane McLaugh­lin (front) ride Jack Daniels.

Leilani and Gor­don Brian at the cam­p­draft.

Stu­art Frame at the Mulgildie Cam­p­draft.

Photo: Su­san McLaugh­lin

Ashleigh Kerr at the cam­p­draft.

Terry Kirby at the Mulgildie Cam­p­draft.

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