← Hoof N Hook Success Continues in Maryborough

The recent Fraser Coast Agricultural Show (May 20-21) was another opportunity for the BCC Hoof n Hook team to compete and show what they are capable of at competition.

Their first outing at the Maryborough showgrounds this year was the Young Judges competition.

In the 13-14 years age group Grace Hughes and Cassie White tied for 5th place, Cadence Webster was successful in obtaining 4th place and Mia Elvery gained herself 3rd.

The great results continued over the 2 days with high marks for both animals and handlers.

1st place  Bull (under 12 months) Oakwood Watzreal led by Sam Attard 

2nd place Bull (over 12 months- under 14 months) Oakwood Thumpz led by Paul Forman and Sam Attard 

1st place Bull (over 15 - under 25 months) Oakwood Bazooka led by Cody Muller

1st place Heifer (under 12 months) Five star Mirror image led by Lily Mason 

1st place Heifer (over 15 - under 25 months)  Oakwood Native Rain led by Cody Muller 
THEN 
Supreme Champion Heifer Fraser Coast Show 2021 led by Paul Forman

1st place Led Steer Goggle Box led by Maddox Forman
THEN 
Supreme champion Led Steer Fraser Coast Show 2021 led by Maddox Forman

At only 9 years old Maddox Forman is the youngest ever member of the BCC Hoof n Hook team. He loves the animals and is always excited at being able to work alongside his dad with them. At his first show, Maddox won the president’s award, third in young judges and 4th in paraders.

Supported by Mrs Angela Gees and Ms Narelle Nathan alongside BCC Farm manager and Hoof n Hook mentor Mr Paul Forman; the students put in a lot of hard work to get the animals ready for showing and judging.

Mrs Gees was especially impressed with the team’s Junior judges. “Some of the Year 9s haven’t been to a show before’ she said. “They managed to get places in junior judging and did well with leading cattle in the show ring.”

Congratulations to all involved with the show and to the Hoof n Hook who once again did the college proud – not just in results, but in teamwork and behaviour.

Photos: Angela Gees