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Carabar Docklands wins grand champion angus bull

Meandarra's Darren Hegarty with his grand champion angus bull Carabar Docklands and handler Glen Waldron with award presenter Greg Webster from Sarum Angus in Toowoomba.
Meandarra's Darren Hegarty with his grand champion angus bull Carabar Docklands and handler Glen Waldron with award presenter Greg Webster from Sarum Angus in Toowoomba. Andrea Davy

MORE than 100 entries were registered for the angus stud cattle section at this year's Ekka.

Calliope's Andrew Chapman judged all division within the breed, crowning Carabar Docklands as the grand champion bull.

The stylish sire has had a bumper season, also winning top ribbons at this year's Sydney Royal Easter Show.

Owner Darren Hegarty said Docklands would be offered for sale later this year.

Keep up to date with the latest results from the Ekka at the Rural Weekly's Facebook page.

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