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Saturday 10 December 1932, The Sydney Morning Herald

ARMIDALE, Friday. - The New South Wales cattle
drafting championship, contested at the Armidale
rodeo, was won bv H. O'Neill's Radium, from Kun-
derang Station, Macleay River. The bullock-riding
championship went to Jack Station of Tamworth
and the buckjumping championship to H. Brown
of Glen Innes. Other events resulted as follows: -

Releasing sureingle: Rob McKenzie. Trial cattle
draft J. S. W Collins' Coonadoo from Queens-
land. Consolation draft: W. J. Layton's Robin, from    
Ebor. Mile trot: Dixie ridden by Marjorie Bell.  
Flag race W. J. Beard. Best equipped stockman  
and best type of stock horse: K. Cameron (Glen
coe). Clydesdale stallion: J. Moorehead's Cuver-    
thorpe Starlight. Trotting stallion: W. Beard's  
Little Don. Pony stallion: W. C. Symington's  
Bonnie Glim. The gate takings totalled £425.
The rodeo ball is expected to show a profit of
£120 and a play by the Teachers' Social Club,
£35. The whole of the functions were in aid of
Armidale charities.

Written by macalba

March 8, 2010 at 6:30 am

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