SHOW-STOPPERS: Stud cattle judge, Jeff Rose with Erin Graham, 5, and her heifer “Lik Lik Prada” at the 71st annual Cooyar Show.
SHOW-STOPPERS: Stud cattle judge, Jeff Rose with Erin Graham, 5, and her heifer “Lik Lik Prada” at the 71st annual Cooyar Show.

PHOTOS: Little Erin leads the way at Cooyar

THEY might not have taken home the grand champion ribbon, but five-year-old Erin Graham from Kioma Brafords and Angus stud and her four-legged friend Prada certainly stole the show at Cooyar over the weekend.

The little Kingaroy legend made her leading debut at last year's Cooyar Show and says she really enjoys getting Prada already for showing.

 

Erin Graham, 5, with her 18-month-old Lowline Angus heifer
Erin Graham, 5, with her 18-month-old Lowline Angus heifer "Lik Lik Prada" at the 71st annual Cooyar show.

"It's really fun getting her all fluffy and clean so she looks good when I take her out into the ring for her class," she said.

The youngest leader by several years, Erin said she is already looking forward to attending more country shows throughout the rest of the year.

 

Erin and Prada at the 71st Annual Cooyar Show.
Erin and Prada at the 71st Annual Cooyar Show.

 

The 71st annual Cooyar show was awash with hundreds of show-worthy entrants with locals praising the recent rainfall for the strong turnout.

"We've seen an excellent line up of cattle throughout all the divisions and classes today," Judge Jeff Rose said.

"It's definitely been a great start to the show season."

 

To see all 86 photos from the Cooyar Show check out our mega photo gallery here.

 

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