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Tash Wins Champion Brahma at Victorian Rare Breeds Show

Posted by brahmacochin on September 6, 2011 at 7:20 AM Comments comments (1)

The Victorian Rare Breeds Show had over 550 birds benched this year. This years show took place in late August.

Several Brahmas were on display in a variety of colours. One of our Junior members Tash Mahr took out top honours in the Brahma Classes winning Champion Brahma of Show with her Buff Columbian rooster 'Bryan'. Our club president will be so proud.

Tash also won firsts in the Buff Columbian hen, pullet, cockerel and cock bird classes.

Tash had strong competition from another member of our club, Paul, who benched some excellent Light Brahmas, taking out first in the Light pullet and cockerel classes.

Tash and her father Franz have been working very hard to improve the Buff Columbian Brahma and it looks like their hard work is paying off. Congratulations Tash! We look forward to seeing you have continued success in future shows.

2011 National Brahma and Cochin Show Results

Posted by brahmacochin on July 11, 2011 at 6:32 PM Comments comments (1)

Last weekend the Brahma Club of Australia and the Cochin Breeders Group of Australia held their annual show, in conjunction with the Orpington Club of Australia, at the Canberra and Queanbeyan Poultry Club pavillion in Queanbeyan NSW. A fantatsic time was had by all who attended.

We would like to thank the Canberra and Queanbeyan Poultry Club for hosting our show. Their club members were very friendly and accomodating and the facilities were fantatsic. A big thank you also to the Orpington Club of Australiia we really appreciate the effort your hard working and friendly members made to bring our show to fruition.

 

The results from the 2011 National Brahma and Cochin show are listed below.

 

The Brahma Club of Australia Show Results

Champion – Neal and Linda Lynch (Bantam Dark cockerel)

Reserve Champion – Joel Giusti (Standard Black hen)

Champion Standard – Joel Giusti (Black hen)

Champion Bantam – Neal and Linda Lynch (Dark cockerel)

Best Hen or Pullet – Joel Giusti (Standard Black hen)

Champion Junior – Natasha Mahr (Standard Blue Buff Columbian pullet)

Best Standard Light – Paul Rodgers (Light pullet)

Best Standard Dark – Bryan Jon (Dark hen)

Best Standard Partridge – Lucas Barker (Partridge pullet)

Best Standard Columbian AC – Natasha Mahr (Blue Buff Columbian pullet)

Best Standard Self Colour AC – Joel Giusti (Black hen)

Best Standard Barred AC – Franz Mahr (Barred Buff Columbian cockerel)

Best Standard AOC – Bryan Jon (Birchin cockerel)

Best Bantam Light – Neal and Linda Lynch (Light cockerel)

Best Bantam Dark – Neal and Linda Lynch (Dark cockerel)

Best Bantam Partridge – No birds benched

Best Bantam Columbian AC – Cindy Pretty (Blue Buff Columbian hen)

Best Bantam Self Colour AC – No Birds benched

Best Bantam AOC – Joel Giusti (Barred cock)

 

Cochin Breeders Group of Australia Show Results

Champion Cochin – Paul Rodgers (Buff hen)

Best Buff – Paul Rodgers (Buff hen)

Best AOC – Victoria Fulton (Blue Buff Columbian cock)

Joel Wins major Brahma awards at the Central Coast Poultry Club 2011 Annual Show

Posted by brahmacochin on June 11, 2011 at 9:02 AM Comments comments (3)

The Central Coast Poultry Club annual Show is the 2nd largest annual poultry show in NSW. Second only to the Sydney Royal show. The quality of birds benched at the show is always very high.

This years show took place in late May and one of our junior club members Joel Giusti took out the top honours in the Brahma classes winning:

Best Brahma bantam or large

 

Best Light Brahma

 

Best A.O.C Brahma

I hear Joel's birds were excellently presented and his Light Hen (of very good quality) won Best Light and Best Brahma bantam or large.

Congratulations Joel. We look forward to hearing how you go at this years national Brahma Club of Australia annual show in July. 


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