Supreme exhibit in competition
Brisbane Water Secondary College won the Supreme Exhibit at the Singleton Prime Stock Competition on Friday, September 16.
Thirteen schools were represented by 117 head of cattle from 15 professional breeders and pastoralists.
The school took first place in both the lightweight and middleweight classes, led by Joshua Cottam and Luke Egan respectively.
Both of these prize winning steers were bred by Mr and Mrs Peter McCredie of Umina.
First place in the heavyweight class also went to the college led by Madison Guttridge and bred by Mr and Mrs Alwyn Kellehear.
The heavyweight steer progressed to win Led Champion and then competed against the Unled Champion to win Overall Grand Champion and took out the Supreme Exhibit on the Hoof.
Students also competed successfully in the Parader's Competition.
Allanah Norris placed second in the 14-year-old class and Madison Guttridge placed third in the 16 to 18-year-old class.
In the 15-year-old class, Joshua Cottam placed second and Rhiannon Laws placed sixth.
The college is now preparing for the Upper Hunter Beef Bonanza to be held at Scone at the end of October.
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