- 17th Annual Glenlands Genetic Sale
- Vancouver takes out Longreach titles
- Vintage takes out ‘Super Bull’ at Gympie
- Vancouver takes ‘Super Bull’ at Taroom
- Glenlands Thunder takes RNA crown & ‘top eight’ placing
- Glenlands D Unity takes Rockhampton Interbreed.
- Thunder takes Supreme at Boonah Feature
- Turner takes Theodore crown
- Glenlands Tranquillity takes Baralaba title
- Glenlands U2 takes Roma junior title
- Glenlands bulls sire grassfed champions
- Glenlands Upton the runner – up in Taroom
- Glenlands D Sandlewood heads overseas
Glenlands Thunder takes RNA crown & ‘top eight’ placing
Our senior team leader, Glenlands Thunder took home the coveted tri coloured ribbon (Grand and Senior Champion Bull) at Brisbane Royal yesterday. Hitting the scales at 1000kg, and an 140 EMA reading and fat depth scans of 14/8mm he sells as the opening lot, Lot 1 at our annual sale, September 23. (Thunder is pictured here with Jason Childs, Glenlands Stud after taking out the top award at the Brisbane Royal).
It was a good day for the prefix taking the Junior Champion Bull with Glenlands J Unite (P) with a 116 EMA reading and a weight of 696kg and scans of 15/9mm the youngster is catalogued as Lot 9 in the forthcoming sale. Another sale member to grab headlines was the Reserve Senior Champion Bull, Glenlands J Unleased (P) (120EMA, 780kg and 14/9mm). Unleashed sells as Lot 4 in the 2016 sale.
Our females also performed well with Glenlands Tranquillity (P) taking home the Reserve Senior Champion Female while Glenlands D Unify (P) took home the ‘green’ with the Reserve Junior Champion Female. Exciting new female sale team member, Glenlands Trinity (P) (Lot 94) ran second to Tranquillity in their respective class while we took first and second spot in the male class 14 and under 16 months with Glenlands Urban and Unlimited. Another of the ‘blue’ wins was the Pair Of Bulls with Unite and Unleashed and we took home third in the Breeders Group.
Footnote: Thunder finished the show and his career with another highlight with a ‘top eight’ placing in the ‘Champion Of Champions’ Interbreed judging.
Judge: Matt Kirk, Ticoba, Mundubbera. Associate Judge: Hannah Holmes, Semloh Stud, Warwick.