Charolais enthusiasts will be heading to Dubbo June 30-July 3 for the breeds National events.

Tractor Larceny led by Sara Worth, tractor Charolais, Denman - he is being offered for sale at this year's Charolais National in Dubbo.
Tractor Larceny led by Sara Worth, tractor Charolais, Denman - he is being offered for sale at this year's Charolais National in Dubbo.

Dubbo Showground will host the annual National Charolais events starting with the breed's Youth Stampede from June 30-July 2.

The Youth Stampede offers a program open to anyone aged 7 – 25 years and is based around a ‘Hands On’ practical approach with all levels of experience catered, from the basic, inexperienced through to the experienced levels.

On Sunday July 2nd  and Monday July 3rd  the Pickles Auctions National Showcase will be held followed by the  – Clipex National Silver Calf Championship and the Allflex National Sale

Local Hunter Valley breeders Travis and Sara Worth, Tractor Charolais stud Denman have catalogued Lot 26 at the Charolais national show and sale.

The bull Tractor Larceny was reserve junior champion bull at this year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show. He is a heifer’s first calf by the new import sire Wells Mr Just-In 3861. 

Maternally and paternally Larceny is related to the grand champion carcase winner at the Sydney Royal 2017.

The Worths enjoyed a fantastic Sydney Royal exhibiting Reserve Champion Trade Steer, Lightweight open steer champion hoof and hook and member of the Angus Stan Hill Memorial team, Middleweight open steer champion on the hook and member of the Charolais Stan Hill Memorial team.

They will also offer Lot 29 Tractor Lumberjack a cream polled bull out of the famed Refine cow line. A bull with a lot of maternal breeding behind him, combine that with length width and natural carcase he is not to be over looked.

Lot 29 Tractor Lumberjack a cream polled bull out of the famed Refine cow line.

Lot 29 Tractor Lumberjack a cream polled bull out of the famed Refine cow line.

This story Charolais Nationals 2017– Dubbo first appeared on The Singleton Argus.