For the judges white was alright, as the Charolais breed made it an almost clean sweep of the competition.
The breed took out three of the four classes, including junior bull, junior heifer and senior female.
The Simmental breed continued the European domination of the competition by winning the senior bull class.
Judges of the event, Glen Perrett, Kingaroy, Queensland, Grame Hopf, Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Krystelle Ridley, Condoboline, NSW and Chris Knox, Coonabarabran, NSW, had some tough decisions to make on all classes.
One of the more clear cut classes of the day was the first class, the interbreed junior champion bull.
This attracted 12 entries and it was a growthy, smooth young Charolais bull exhibited by Doug and Dani Giles, Quicksilver Charolais stud, Newdegate, received all but one judge's top vote to finish with five points.
The bull, Quicksilver Goldie, was an early February drop calf sired by Minnie Vale Deputy and out of Quicksilver Velvet.
Judge Graeme Hopf, New South Wales, said Goldie had outstanding growth, a large muscle content but still provided an acceptable fat cover.
Finishing in second place on 10 points was a lovely Murray Grey calf, Tullibardine Gunsmoke, exhibited by Alastair and Jenny Murray, Tullibardine Murray Grey stud, Albany.
This growthy and structurally correct 17-month-old bull was sired by Blackwood Heavy-Weight and out of Tullibardine Carmen Z101.
In third place on 13 points was a Simmental bull, Bandeeka Granada, exhibited by Tony and Loreen Kitchen, Bandeeka Simmental stud, Elgin.
This July 2011 drop bull was sired by Bandeeka Casha and out of Bandeeka Alice.
The interbreed junior female class was one of the classes that saw a big spread of scores from the four judges.
It was also the biggest class of the day with 14 entries.
The class winner was obviously liked by all judges being the second pick of two and the third of the other two to finish with 10 points.
The winning heifer, Liberty Gota B Cute, was exhibited by Kevin and Robin Yost, Liberty Charolais stud, Toodyay.
She was sired by SVY Pilgrim and was out of Liberty Definitely Cute.
Judge Chris Knox, NSW, said Gota B Cute was a powerful heifer with a lot of capacity.
In second place was a Shorthorn heifer exhibited by Catholic Agricultural College, Bindoon. This heifer, Statue Hill Gene G7, was sired by Narralda El Dorado and out of Aprelia Cambri.
She was picked third by one judge, second by two and seventh by one to finish with 14 points.
Tied on 17 points for third was a Murray Grey heifer, Willawa Greys Geraldine, exhibited by Trevor and Viv Giles, Willawa Greys, Newdegate. She was the top pick of two of the judges, the 10th pick of one and the fifth pick of the fourth.
She tied with a Simmental heifer, Bandeeka G Sache, exhibited by Tony and Loreen Kitchen, Bandeeka Simmental stud, Elgin, which was pick five for two judges, pick four for one and pick three for one.
Again the senior interbreed bull class saw a limited number of bulls competing with only six entries.
Judge Glenn Perrett still saw a lot of quality in the line-up though, commenting all bulls would make a good contribution to the beef industry.
The judges' pick for the purple sash, though, was a long, well muscled Simmental bull, Bandeeka Fancypants.
Fancypants walked the interbreed ring like he owned it and there was good reason for this - just 12 months ago he was sashed the junior interbreed bull of the show.
He was a clear winner on the day, with six points. Mr Perrett said Fancypants was a powerful and very strong bull.
"He is very clean through the shoulders, free moving, has tremendous width and a great hindquarter," he said.
Fancypants was 29-months-old and was sired by Woonallee Benefactor and out of Bandeeka Remember. It weighed in at 1172kg and had an EMA of 136cm2.
Placing second to the Simmental on 10 points was a Red Poll bull, Yongerellen Endeavour Imitator. This bull was long as a train and weighed in at 1180kg with an EMA of 137cm2.
In third place was a Charolais bull, Bellevue Domino, which finished on 12 points.
The last class of the day, the senior interbreed champion female, attracted 13 entries.
Always a terrific class, this year was no exception and the Charolais breed was again to the fore with an exhibit from relatively new stud, Fairbrass Park Charolais stud, Margaret River, claiming the purple sash.
This female, Blaweary Demanda, was picked out by Fairbrass Park principal Matt Fairbrass as a heifer at the Blaweary stud.
Demanda was just over four years old and was sired by Savigneux and out of Blaweary Xtra Special. Demanda was shown with a bull calf at foot.
Judge Krystelle Ridley, NSW, said the cow was a beautiful exhibit.
"She has great length of body and depth and capacity to go with it," she said.
"She also has a great head and neck."
In second place on 12 points was a Shorthorn, Narralda Kalgreta, exhibited by the Catholic Agricultural College, Bindoon. Also finishing on 12 points was a Simmental cow, Bandeeka C Sache, exhibited by the Bandeeka Simmental stud, Elgin.