IT was another successful trip to the Royal Easter Show for a group of Vincentia High School students and their champion alpacas.
The students and the alpacas won many ribbons, which was a reward for their hard work and dedication.
Their results were:
Hayden came first in showman-highly commended.
Eden came first in both of her events and won Supreme Champion.
BJ came fifth in showman and highly commended in stockman.
Georgina came fourth in showman, fifth in stockman and she also won in junior judging. Georgina will now head to the nationals in Perth.
Chloe came third in showman, fifth in stockman and overall reserve champion.
Ahlea came fourth in stockman and fifth in showman.
Issy came second in showman and third stockman.
Bianca came second showman and 10th in stockman.
Charlie came second
Marianne came first
Myah came second
Nalani came second
Lord Lorax came first
Mr Gary Worthy, Mrs Glad Worthy and Ms Marion Worthy took the 11 students and 13 alpacas to compete at the show over the Easter weekend.
The students, as a reward for their efforts with ‘walk an alpaca’ event, were also invited to have lunch at the Royal Agricultural Society Council’s restaurant
The show committee also then donated $600 to the school towards the student's accommodation costs.
The students were complimented for the way they handle the alpacas and for being so supportive of other competitors and clubs.
Congratulations to the team and thank you to the Worthy family for their continued support of the Vincentia High’s alpaca show team.
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