- 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
Vancouver takes ‘Super Bull’ at Taroom
Glenlands D Vancouver claimed the ‘Super Bull’ title at the interbreed judging at Monday nights, 2017 Taroom Show.
Vancouver a 17-month-old by $80,000 Glenlands Pacific (IVF) (pictured below) took the title from the final field of stud cattle entries that numbered over 250 head. He was victorious in the Bos Indicus ring earlier in the day snaring the Supreme Bos Indicus Bull Of The Show. Before taking the ‘Super Bull’ title and the Supreme Bos Indicus exhibit he also collected the Junior and Grand Champion tri colours on his march to the top. Vancouver’s class was the biggest of the day. He won his heat from a field of 13 other contestants with his team mate, Vandyke taking third spot. In all there were four Glenlands bulls in the final six placings in that lineup. In the other heat (12 and under 18 months) there were placings for Glenlands, a second for D Verdict and a third for Vintage (P).
The day started well for Glenlands with the Glenlands D Perkins daughter, Vanna (P) taking home her first broad, the Reserve Junior Champion Female. In the senior female section, Ulambi (P) (Glenlands Quartermaster) (ET) (P) claimed her first broad with the Reserve Senior Champion Female. One of our senior male competitors, Upton (P) (Glenlands Randwick (P)) took home the Reserve Senior Champion Bull while a trio of Glenlands Pacific (IVF) (P) progeny headed by Vancouver took out the Sires Progeny Group. In a fitting end to the judging in the Bos Indicus ring the trio from Glenlands J the with them the Breeders Group. Judge: Tammie Robinson, Glen Heart Brangus, Toogoolawah. Other individual placegetters included Vanetta (P) (Storm Front), Vogue (P) (Pacific), Valeska (K.B.) J Vegas (P) (Comanche Cheif ) and J Velocity (P) (Glenlands Kipper (P).
In the ‘Junior Super Bull’ competition, Glenlands scored victories in the Pair Of Bulls (under 20 months) with Glenlands Vintage (P) (Fairhaven Hercules) (S) and Glenlands J Voltage (P) (Gathowen Sparrow 2) (P) while second spot was filled by Glenlands D Vans (P) (Quartermaster) and D Verdict (P) (Pacific). Vintage had earlier placed second in the his individual class (13 and under 16mths) while Verdict placed third in the same class. Glenlands D Vans (P) took out second position in the 16 and under 19 months class. Judges: Scott York, Billa Park Simmentals, Wallumbilla and Tammie Robinson, Glen Heart Brangus, Toogoolawah.
In the ‘Super Bull’ competition latter that evening D Vancouver ended up tallying the same number of points as the Simmental entry, the 18-month-old KBV Legacy (P). However, in a count back Vancouver took home the prestigious title when the votes from the public gallery were taken into consideration. Judges: Tammie Robinson, Scott York, Peter Sparks, Hornet Bank, Taroom; Terry Boyce, Mt Kinnoul, Taroom and Adam Mayes, Chilgerrie Hills, Wandoan.