OVER 200 of the best campdrafters in the country descended on Warwick this weekend to take part in the inaugural Campdraft Super Series.

Held at the Warwick Showgrounds, competitors entered the arena on Friday and Saturday to vie for a total of $160,000 in prizemoney.

 

Scores on both days were tallied and those with a combined total above 170 entered the finals yesterday afternoon.

Mark Buttsworth from Kingaroy came away with the win and also won the highest cutout.

Mr Buttsworth was leading the way after day one of the competition with a score of 92 riding Yulgilbar Agile Playgirl.

Competitors travelled from as far as Albany in Western Australia and Muttaburra in Queensland to compete.



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