Simon’s Silver Lady catches judge’s eye
SUPREME EXHIBIT: Garthowen Silver Lady with owner Simon Kinbacher, Junior Rural Ambassador Lucy Kinbacher and Suncorp Agi-Business representative James Noye. A YOUNG heifer named “Silver Lady” caught the eye of the stud cattle judge at the Biggenden Show.
Announced as the supreme exhibit of the show, Josh Heck told the crowd he’d fallen in love with this 13-month-old heifer.
When judging the grand champion female, the Rockhampton judge said he was going to throw a spanner in the works with his decision.
“You don’t normally don’t put the junior above the senior,” he said.
Simon Kinbacher of Garthowen Brahmans bred the heifer.
The 16-year old was back to school on Monday before heading to the Bundaberg and Rockhampton Shows.
In the breeders group, the Fleming family’s Bundy D-Max Droughtmaster stud won from Beresford’s Bony
Maddox Forman was given a helping hand from dad Paul. Villa Limousin stud and Richard and Cynthia Starks Bundaleer Brahmans. Steward Robyn Roberton said there were 52 entries and eight led steers.
LED STEER: Hayden Beresford with Bony Villa Buddy, winner of the lightweight class.