DSHS students take multiple titles at Hook and Hoof
DALBY State High School students are continuing to be rewarded for the knowledge and hard work with wins at Elders Hook and Hoof event in Toowoomba on Tuesday September 3.
Teams and individual students took home a variety of titles on the day.
Cattle program co-ordinator Sue Burrowes said overall the students did well in all areas of judging and parading.
"It was a very good day, the cattle sold well at the auction,” she said.
Points have not been finalised yet as carcass results are still to come in but the team and individual successes have put the team in good standing with Ms Burrowes hopeful that they stand a chance of taking the title of most successful school of the day.
Mrs Burrowes said she took a team of six students down for the day.
"We took out the team judging in first place as well as second place,” she said.
"They also won the paraders competition, Mitch Franz won his age group as well as overall champion parader, followed by Lauren Kelly who won reserve champion parader.”
In the judging section, Mitch Franz and Charlie Dudgeon won the 16 years and over and 14 to 16 years age groups respectively.
Mitch then went on to also take the overall champion judge title as well.
Mrs Burrowes also thanked the team's sponsors Landmark and Burrowes Mechanical and Hire.
"[Their sponsorship] goes towards all the costs associated with cattle showing like equipment, our travel... [and] uniforms.”