Neither fire nor storm could stop the Warrabah Challenge going off in
Another great setting, and a smooth flowing course that provided some fine
runs. Small mistakes by stockman or dog could eat into time however, so
controlled runs were called for.
A really even line of stock, that gave everyone a chance of completing all the
tasks, were provided. Too much pressure at any point could lead to a bust,
so confident dogs that kept a steady flow rose to the top. All finalists
completed the whole course and were to be commended, but Dan Matthews
and Lance put on a blistering display to finish a smooth run in 3 mins 59
1st D. Matthews Lance
2nd C. Bagnall Red
3rd C. Reynolds Lucky
4th D. Matthews Spider
5th P. Stevenson Fred
Well done to all
We would like to thank Peter Stevenson for his work organising this Challenge,
despite being busy with fires in the area, he squeezed in his runs and ran a top
class event. Also like to thank Antony Mulder for such a consistent placement of the
cattle, and his contribution in making the trophies.
The Kingstown Shool P&C put on a good feed and proceeds were boosted when
Peter offered to add cattle levy back to the school.