The Harry Worthington Prize


Harry Worthington died in 1942 and his wife bequeathed this prize to the University of Melbourne in 1963. Harry was a graduate in veterinary science from the University who served in Egypt and Palestine with the 9th Light Horse Brigade during the First World War. He was an amateur rider who won many picnic races around the country, and established a Corriedale stud at Deniliquin, where he also ran shorthorn cattle. The Harry Worthington prize is awarded to the graduate who has shown the best performance in the study of diseases in cattle and/or sheep.

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How to apply

No application required.