Alistair and Pam Davison show off their winnings from the day after bull Viva Mario took out the grand champion male this afternoon. IT WAS a fairytale ending for Alistair and Pam Davison today, when their bull Viva Mario took out the grand champion male at the World Brahman Congress stud bull show.

Viva Mario was proven to be a success at last year’s Beef Week, when he took out the champion junior bull.

Viva Mario blitzed the competition in the senior champion male, where Kenrol Brahman Stud’s Kenrol Jesseppi 2736 came in reserve, before he took out the grand champion.

Weighing it at 1128kg with an EMA of 144sqcm, Viva Mario truly stood out in the crowd.

Earlier in the juniors it was Ross and Natalie Olive’s Olive Monarch who was sashed as the junior champion male, with Clint and Robyn Whitaker’s Whitaker Mr Humphrey with the reserve sash.

Brett Nobbs was in luck in the calves, with his NCC Randolph (IVF) taking out the calf champion.

Andrew and Roxanne Olive’s Raglan Mr Mason 2280 took home the reserve sash in the calves.

After the stud bull show wrapped up the competition heated up for the sires progeny stakes, where Kenrol Brahman were again in with a win.

The stud’s Kenrol Mr HJ Ray 0366 sire took home the first place out in front of a large field of competitors.

It was Hazelton Brahmans’ Bungoona Ravalli Manso with the second place.

In the exhibitors group at the end of the afternoon it was again Brett Nobbs out in front, with him snagging the first place.

In second was Alistair and Pam Davison.

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