- 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
Thunder takes Supreme at Boonah Feature
Glenlands performed well at today’s Boonah Feature Show with a haul of five broad and 15 minor class placings.
Top accolade went to senior male team member, Glenlands Thunder (D) taking home the Supreme Exhibit, the Grand and Senior Champion Bull. Our 28-month-old by Rondel Night Watch (P) from a Glenlands Lazarus/Glenlands Element II female won the 24 and under 30-month class and headed the tally for the prefix which included other tri coloured winners, the Calf champions, Glenlands Unlimited (P) and Glenlands D Unify (P).
Class winners included Unlimited, Unite, Unify, Udesco and Thunder. Other placegetters were U2, Union, Tranquillity and Tulip. Rounding off the day was a blue ribbon win in the Pair Of Bulls ( Unlimited and Glenlands Unleashed) along with third placing, third (tie) in the Pair Of Females, a second in the Dams Progeny (Glenlands Olympia) with Tulip and Unity. Callan Childs took out the Junior Paraders (10 years and under 15 years) while Brendan Jones placed third in a tie in the 15 years and under 21 years age bracket.
Judge Dr Paul Dingle, Waringle Stud, Maleny – Associate Amy Lee Williams, Barron Valley Stud, Gatton.
Pic: (Courtesy Droughtmaster Society), Jason Childs with the Grand and Senior Champion Bull and the eventual Supreme Exhibit of the 2016 Boonah Feature Show, Glenlands Thunder with trophy donor, Greg Anderson, Grandview Droughtmaster Stud, Boonah.