Black magic

Rural Life
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Australian judge Natasha Clark (left) congratulates Fliss Grant, of Summerhill Alpacas near Oxford, on winning supreme champion black huacaya alpaca at the South Island Alpaca Colourbration Show held at Canterbury Agricultural Park on Saturday.

Mother and daughter Shirley and Fliss Grant claimed the title with their 32-month-old NZ Black Magic Black Knight, which has ''never been beaten'' at the colourbration show, winning the supreme champion ribbon three years in a row. The Grants entered 36 alpacas, among the 155 animals from all over the South Island.

There were also 74 alpaca fleeces judged, including some from the North Island. Australian judge Natasha Clark made the trip from Bellbrae, in Victoria, to officiate.

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