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F D McMaster Memorial Perpetual Trophy

Sterling silver twin handled tray of rectangular form with a gadrooned and shell cast rim and foliate cast handles. Made by Samuel Hutton, London in 1909.

Sterling silver twin handled tray of rectangular form with a gadrooned and shell cast rim and foliate cast handles. Made by Samuel Hutton, London in 1909.

Awarded For: Awarded for Junior Champion Hereford Female

Donated By: Donated by the Estate of the late Miss T McMaster, Dalkeith, Cassilis NSW and first presented in 1960.

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RAS Perpetual Consumer Trophy (NSW Meat Authority)

Silver-plated meat cover and dish surmounted by a grape and vine cast reeded handle, decorated with bright cut swirling and scrolling bands, the dish of plain oval form, raised on an oval hardwood plinth, maker James Dixon & Sons Sheffield, circa 1880, replated circa 2000.

Silver-plated meat cover and dish surmounted by a grape and vine cast reeded handle, decorated with bright cut swirling and scrolling bands, the dish of plain oval form, raised on an oval hardwood plinth, maker James Dixon & Sons Sheffield, circa 1880, replated circa 2000.

Awarded For: From 2015, awarded for Champion Export Taste Test Carcase in the Sydney Royal Beef Challenge.

Donated By: Donated by Mr John Carter. Originally a trophy presented by the NSW Meat Authority in collaboration with the RAS of NSW. First presented (as an RAS Perpetual Trophy) in 2002. The trophy was purchased by John Carter when Chairman of the NSW Meat Authority (1984-1994), and awarded for the Taste Test Winner (performed by sensory panel at CSIRO Brisbane) in 1987. When the Authority disbanded in 2000 the trophy was stored at Safefood. It was returned to John Carter in 2001 and he presented this trophy to the RAS in 2002 so that the tradition of the competition could continue. It was awarded for the Champion Virtual Taste Test Carcase

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Peter Duddy Memorial Perpetual Trophy

Bronze figure of an Angus bull, Merrigrange Stockman L 21 , edition 1/1, signed by the artist Eddie Hackman, raised on a wooden plinth and weighing 35kg.

Bronze figure of an Angus bull, Merrigrange Stockman L 21 , edition 1/1, signed by the artist Eddie Hackman, raised on a wooden plinth and weighing 35kg.

Awarded For: Awarded for best Angus Exhibit

Donated By: Donated on behalf of the family of the late Peter Duddy, Mooki River Angus Stud, Breela, in recognition of his service to the beef cattle industry. Peter Duddy was a regular face at the RAS cattle sales for many years and purchased some of the top priced bulls and cows offered for sale. A number of years before his death, Peter commissioned Eddie Hackman of Rockhampton to cast a bronze statue of "Merrigrange Stockman L 21", a bull that Peter purchased at a RAS stud cattle sale. His family requested that the RAS accept it as a donation to be used as a perpetual trophy. First presented in 2001.

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RN Playfair Shield Perpetual Trophy

Timber shield with electroplated silver mounts and with an enamelled coat of arms to the centre.

Timber shield with electroplated silver mounts and with an enamelled coat of arms to the centre.

Awarded For: Awarded to the purchaser of the Champion Lightweight Carcase.

Donated By: Donated by the RAS of NSW and first presented in 1985. Originally awarded to the purchaser of the Champion Carcase in classes 5-7 or 4-6. A new trophy was presented in 2001 and awarded to the purchaser of the Champion Carcase in Classes 4A, 5A and 6A.

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Urquhart Perpetual Trophy

Sterling silver chalice, raised on a circular foot, attached to a timber base. Made by William Hunt & Sons, in Sheffield 1898. Inscription reads, "Donated by the Australian Red Poll Society Inc (NSW Region)". It was originally a regatta trophy awarded 1901-1904.

Sterling silver chalice, raised on a circular foot, attached to a timber base. Made by William Hunt & Sons, in Sheffield 1898. Inscription reads, "Donated by the Australian Red Poll Society Inc (NSW Region)". It was originally a regatta trophy awarded 1901-1904.

Awarded For: Awarded to the Supreme Beef Breed Exhibit.

Donated By: Donated by The Australian Red Poll Society, NSW Region, in honour of Mr Bruce Urquhart and first presented in 1999. The Urquhart Trophy was designed to complement the prestigious Hordern Trophy. The RAS of NSW was grateful to Mr Bruce Urquhart adding further importance and distinction to the Group by allowing the use of his name to identify and honour the outstanding animals exhibited at the Sydney Royal. Mr Urquhart had been associated with the Society and the RES for many years. He judged the Hordern Trophy in 1982 and 1995. The world-renowned judge Mr Jim Leachman officiated at the inaugural judging of the Urquhart Trophy in 1999.

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Abington Tray Perpetual Trophy

Hecworth silver-plated tray of rectangular form with a gadrooned border and foliate embossed handles.

Hecworth silver-plated tray of rectangular form with a gadrooned border and foliate embossed handles.

Awarded For: Awarded to the winning two Angus bulls not over 24 months.

Donated By: The Abington Tray commemorates the wonderful service to the Aberdeen Angus cattle breed rendered by Norman L Forster of Abington Stud at Armidale, who died on 14th November 1949. Abington Stud records go back to Volume 1 of the Australian Angus Herd Books published in 1922 and Norman Forster served as President of the Angus Society from 1939 to 1941. The Abington cattle have been and are still a prominent herd in Australian Angus. Donated by the Estate of the late Norman L Foster of "Abington, Armidale and first presented in 1950.

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Stan Hill Memorial Perpetual Trophy

Lalique crystal vase with frosted orchid handles, raised on a timber base, made in Paris.

Lalique crystal vase with frosted orchid handles, raised on a timber base, made in Paris.

Awarded For: Awarded to the winning Interbreed Group of Three Purebred Steers.

Donated By: Donated by the friends of the late Stan Hill, former Chairman of the Metropolitan Meat Industry Board, and first presented in 1980.

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RAS of NSW & NSW Farmers - Champion School Carcase Perpetual Trophy

Timber shield with silver plated mounts, a central yellow cartouche and applied coat of arms.

Timber shield with silver plated mounts, a central yellow cartouche and applied coat of arms.

Awarded For: Awarded for Champion School Carcase

Donated By: First presented in 1993.

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