The grandmother of the champion Brahman bull and best exhibit had been grand champion Brahman female three times in a row at the Sydney Royal.
Paraded before judge Wendy Cole, Kenrol Brahmans, Gracemere, Queensland Mogul Hendrix bred by Mogul Brahman Stud Pty Ltd, Yorklea, had come through the over 16 and not over 20 months class to be judged junior champion bull before coming up against the senior champion bull for best exhibit.
"He has a beautiful sires outlook for a young bull," Mrs Cole said.
"With good bone structure, a beautiful eye and better growth and eye muscle than the senior champion bull."
Reserve junior champion bull was awarded to Mogul Hastings exhibited by Mogul Stud, Yorklea.
Mogul studmaster Dr George Jacobs said he had planned to retire from showing, but it is really too hard to give up.
"When you see great cattle in the paddock it is not hard to get enthusiastic and want to show them," he said.
"I am also a keen supporter of the breed and we need to have big numbers exhibited if we are to get a good breed judge."
Dr Jacobs is also dedicated to supporting young people with a passion for cattle and a desire to work within the stud industry.
The senior champion bull was Buckaroo Jango exhibited by Miss Hayley Ellis, Buckaroo, Quirindi.
"His overall length of body and balance with a sirey outlook was very impressive," Mrs Cole said.
Junior champion female was HH Park Miss Jessica shown by Don and Julie Hurrell, and had been successful in the over 16 months and under 20 months class.
Coming through the over 12 and not over 16 months class, the reserve junior champion BT Aria was shown by Colin Tink, Dubbo.
The senior champion female BT Rosetta Dee had been successful in the over 20 and 30 month class and the reserve senior championship was awarded to HH Park Miss Charlotte shown by Don and Julie Hurrell.
Mrs Cole thought the lineup of Brahmans was excellent and a great display of the way in which the breed is progressing.
"There were plenty of great breeding females here with terrific genetics which breeders have every right to be proud of," she said.