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Katherine musters the Holdens

Story and photos Fiona Gowers

Thrills and spills in AdelaideWhile it pains him to admit it, Jalyn Ford business manager Jonathan Baldock grudgingly concedes that Holden entries dominated at the Katherine Beaut Ute Muster held in May. Indeed, only two brave Ford owners entered the event’s biggest category – Best Bachelor and Spinster Ute. What did please the second-year judge was that entries increased on last year’s 17, to 20. “We were very happy with the response and we only hope that it will grow in 2005,” he says. According to Jonathan, demand will likely force the inclusion of a Feral Ute category, which, in 2004, was replaced by the Work Ute class.Story end

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