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Back to back wins for Corella Merino flock

Peter L’Estrange, Belswick stud, Condobolin, with Tom and David Stuckey of Stuckey Pastoral, “Corella”, Condonbolin, who have won both the Don Brown (Condobolin) and the Central Western championship two years in a row.CONSECUTIVE wins in two successive years etches the Stuckey families of “Corella”, Condobolin, into history in both the Don Brown Memorial Merino ewe competition last week and the Central and Western championship yesterday against winners of Parkes, Condobolin and Trundle contests.
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Following last year’s wins Corella maiden ewes of Belswick blood for the past five years have won both competitions again.

The Corella flock display of 850 ewes, May-July 2014 drop, May shorn, and classed by Chris Bowman, Hay, was a stand-out for all judges, with Don Brown judge, Max Wilson, Wilgunya stud, Dirranbandi, Queensland, stating he was most impressed.

Back to back wins for Corella Merino flock Robyn McGauchie, Terrick West stud, Prairie, Victoria, with Jennifer Jones, Darriwell stud, Trundle.

Members of the Gowing family, Cranley and his father Ellis, with Georgie and Trixie among their maiden ewes at “Eurella”, Trundle.

Mat Aveyard and his wife, Korina, run the “Plevna West” commercial flock based on Plevna blood and classed by Mat’s brother, Boydie, at Trundle. Pictured is Mat and Boydie inspecting some of the Plevna West maiden ewes.

Judges of the Central Western Merino ewe competition taking in winners and runners-up of Condobolin, Trundle and Parkes contests, are Victorians Stephen Chalmers, Landmark, Kerang, and Ross McGauchie, Terrick West Poll Merino stud, Prairie.

Fox and Little Rural, Melborune, Victoria, special guests Briarna Tye, Showfloor Co-ordinator, and Jenni Turner, Branch Manager, Culcairn.

Belswick stud, Condobolin, has been supplying rams to the Stuckey family’s “Corella”, flock, Condobolin for the past five years. Pictured is Peter L’Estrange of Belswick stud with Tom and David Stuckey of the winning Corella flock.

George Hancock, Coopers Animal Health, Forbes, with Dave Rathbone, AgriWest, Parkes and Chris Dunn, “Reedy Creek”, Mandagery.

Stuckey siblings reunited during the tour. David, “Corella”, Condobolin; Margaret Worthington, Condobolin; Elizabeth Weston, “Yalgo”, Nymagee; and Allen Stuckey, “Murtonga”, Condobolin.

Rob and Belinda Neal with their classer, Tom Kirk, among the Neal and Company maiden ewes at “Lockerbie”, Condobolin. This flock was awarded the winner of the runners-up section.

Maiden Merino ewes at “Lockerbie”, Condobolin.

Visitors inspection maiden ewes at “Allambie”, Alectown.

Visitors inspection maiden ewes at “Allambie”, Alectown.

The Watt family, “Allambie”, Alectown, among their Parkes competition winning flock maiden ewes which were placed second in the Central Western competition. From left Stephen and Elizabeth Watt and sons, Robert and Ben.

Robert Watt outlines details of his family’s “Allambie” flock at Alectown.

Ray and Judi Unger, “Waratah”, Peak Hill, with their classer, Ray Cannon (centre), Westray stud, Peak Hill.

Ray and Judi Unger, with some of thir maiden ewes at “Waratah”, Peak Hill.

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