June 2019

June 5, 2019 2019 Charolais Youth Regional Stock Judging Qualifiers

Wales & Midlands

This year’s regional qualifiers began with the Welsh & Midlands qualifier, which was once again held at Welshpool livestock market with the help of Welshpool livestock sales, on the night proceeding the April Charolais sale.

The market, which was redeveloped and opened on its new and existing site in 2009, is capable of holding in excess of 1200 cattle and 15,000 sheep, and holds weekly sales of prime sheep and cattle as well as fortnightly sales of dairy and store cattle, selling in excess of 500,000 sheep and 10,000 cattle annually. In addition to the livestock market, WSL also offer other specialist services, including land valuations and surveys, farm and livestock sales and a range of grant and government subsidy services.

Welsh regional youth co-ordinator Eva Corbett, along with Rhian & Amy Varga from the Midlands club, arranged the get together which included an informative presentation by Oli J.E Hodgkinson BVSc Cert SH&P MRCVS of Trefaldwyn Veterinary Clinic, Montgomery, on herd health, and a quiz as well as the stock judging classes.

Once the stock judging of the two classes was complete, the master judge David Barker of Caylers Charolais, Nuthampstead, Hertfordshire, explained his reasoning before presenting the prizes to the winners. The junior (8-14 years) section was headed up by Gruffydd Llwyd Dafydd, Ceredigion, with 84 points and Serah Morgan-Page, Powys placed second with 60. Emma Page, Powys, won the intermediate (15-28 year) section with 92 points, and Gwion Hughes, Ceredigion, stood runner-up with 84 points. The Seniors (19-26 years) winner was Guto Owen, Gwynedd with a maximum of 100 points and Aimee Varga, Cheshire was just behind on 98. The open competition was a tie on 100 points between Robert Currell & Cecil Currell.

The Society, the Welsh and Midland regions would like to express their gratitude to the WLS team for hosting the event, Vet Oli Hodgkinson for his brilliant presentation, master judge David Barker and Cogent for providing goodies for the competitors. Special thanks must go to the sale exhibitors who provided the cattle for the stock judging classes, without whom the qualifier would not have been possible.

Senior Winner Guto Owen with Society Chairman Chris Curry & Master Judge David Barker

Senior Runner Up Aimee Varga with Society Chairman Chris Curry & Master Judge David Barker

Intermediate Winner Emma Page with Society Chairman Chris Curry & Master Judge David Barker

Intermediate Runner Up Gwion Hughes with Society Chairman Chris Curry & Master Judge David Barker

Junior Winner Gruffydd Llwyd Dafydd with Society Chairman Chris Curry & Master Judge David Barker

Junior Runner Up Serah Morgan-Page with Society Chairman Chris Curry & Master Judge David Barker

Anglia & South East

Next up, and just a week later, was the Anglia and South East qualifier, which this year was kindly hosted by Jenny and John Rix and the Wissington Charolais herd in Nayland, Essex.

The Rix’s, who established their Charolais herd in 2005, currently register around 60 Charolais calves a year from their breeding females managed by Darren Knox, who also oversees their small commercial herd of South Devons. To establish the herd, selective drafts of females from the Darshams, Seawell, Barksore, Rumsden and Moyness herds were purchased, alongside bulls from Thrunton, Blelack and Goldies. Now being well established, the herd shows all over the country under Darren’s expertise, and has been awarded breed championship at the Royal Highland show, Royal Norfolk show, Hadley show, Suffolk show, South of England show and Welshpool.

The herd’s focus is on quality and longevity, and the cattle are halter trained being quiet, docile and easy to handle.  The herd is spring and autumn calving, winter-housed and fed on straw, silage and home-produced cereals, with only protein being bought in. Breedplan recording, membership of the Hi-Health Scheme and 48-month TB testing completes their customer assurance.

Alongside the cattle, the farms’ main focus is its arable enterprise, mainly producing onions for customers such as Tesco, Subway and MacDonald’s.

The day began at 10am and four seasons worth of weather was experienced throughout, with bright sunshine, rain, wind and even sleet. Nothing, though could spoil the visit as the welcome, hospitality and scenery more than made up for the weather, not to mention the cattle.

Darren had organised three lovely quiet classes of cattle to be judged, a couple of heifer classes and some young bulls. The master judge Richard McInnes made his choices before the competitors looked over the cattle then gave their reasons. After which, all were treated to a BBQ lunch and lovely homemade cakes from the Knox girls before the farm tour got underway. Here there was a chance to see new stock bull and Stirling champion Maerdy Northernboy, who had been purchased the previous week in Welshpool, doing his job.

After the tour the presentations were awarded, with William Heath, East Sussex, placing first in the junior section with 110 points and Charlie Knox, Essex, in reserve with 73. The intermediate winner was Annabelle Howell, Norfolk, scoring 126 while Ellie Knox, Essex, placed second with 119 and the senior winner was Donald Mcclean, Hampshire with a score of 114. The open competition was won jointly by John Rix and Charlie Mcclean who both scored 134 points.

The Anglia and South East clubs and the British Charolais Cattle Society would like to thank the Rix family for their excellent hospitability, Darren and Donna Knox who organised the cattle and the day, Karen Maclean the South East coordinator for organising competitors to come up for the day and Richard McInnes, the master judge.

Senior Winner Donald Mcclean with hosts John and Jenny Rix

Intermediate Winner Annabelle Howell with hosts John and Jenny Rix

Intermediate Runner up Ellie Know with hosts John and Jenny Rix

Junior Winner William Heath with hosts John and Jenny Rix

Junior Runner Up Charlie Knox with hosts John and Jenny Rix

Stockman Albert Woollard with head stockman Darren Knox

New Stockbull Maerdy Northernboy working hard

Scotland

This year’s Scottish qualifier was held at Stirling livestock mart on the Sunday evening preceeding the multibreed bull sales on May day. For the first time this was a joint event, with the blessing of United Auctions, with three breeds – Charolais, Limousin and Aberdeen Angus. All three societies along with the Scottish and Northern Charolais club pulled together to organise, promote and run the event which it has to be said was a great success. Hopefully this will be the start of great things to come with breed cooperation for youth events and the future of the beef industry, as all three breeds are keen to work together in the future.

The evening began with the judging of three bull classes, one from each breed. There was a great showing of young people involved competing for the trophies, as well as a healthy amount of open competitors – possibly lured into taking part with the promise of a bottle of whiskey as the first prize.

Each society had selected four cattle to take part for their class, and as usual the sale exhibitors were keen to take part and help out with the showing. After the stockjudging the societies had organised three demonstrations. First up Vet Gareth Boyes from Ark Veterinary Centre, Lockerbie, talked us through a bull inspection. Kay Adam of the Newhouse Charolais and Limousin herd demonstrated showmanship skills to the assembled youngsters, before Alex Brown from AHDB gave a presentation on carcase EBV’s. Each of the demonstrations was really informative, aimed at the youngsters there to compete, and each was really well received.

Finally, after the sandwiches and snacks were hungrily consumed, the master judge John Macgregor gave the presentations. Topping the scores for the youngsters and leading the junior section with a score of 138 was Celeste McKeague, Stirlingshire with Isla Goldie, Dumfries-shire just behind on 135 points. Jack Smith, Aberdeenshire, was the winner of the intermediate section with a score of 134 and the Senior section was lead by Lauren Stronach, Aberdeenshire, with 135 points, while Louise McArthur stood reserve with a score of 134.

Thanks must go to the cattle exhibitors who provided bulls for the stockjudging, Carly Mackay from the S&N club who did a fantastic job organising the event, John MacGregor the master judge, Vet Gareth Boyes, Kay Adams and Alex Brown for giving their presentations, United Auctions for letting us host the evening and helping with logistics. We would also like to say a big thank you to everyone who purchased raffle tickets – together we raised £145 for the Scottish Air Ambulance.

Senior Winner Lauren Stronach & Runner up Louise McArthur with master judge John MacGregor

Junior Winner Celeste McKeague & Runner up Isla Goldie with master judge John MacGregor

Northern Ireland

The regional qualifiers continued with the Northern Ireland region and once again, Swatragh mart kindly offered to host. There was a great turnout of youngsters taking part with the hope of securing a place on the Northern Ireland team at the finals which this year will be held at Clogher show on the 31 July.

There were three classes of cattle to be judged, two classes of heifers which were kindly supplied by Robert McWilliams and William Whyte, while Will Short brought a class of young bulls and has also very generously supplied a heifer as prize for this year’s NI club raffle, the proceeds of which will be donated to the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice and the Air Ambulance of Northern Ireland. Tickets for which are still available to purchase from the Northern Ireland Charolais club.

Previous Charolais national youth final winner Kevin Reavey was the master judge. Kevin, who was incorporated onto the prestigious Charolais judges’ panel after impressing his mentor David Barker of the Caylers herd from Hertfordshire, when he shadowed at last year’s Clogher show, since went on to judge at Dungannon sale earlier this month.

Heading up the senior section with a score of 130 points was Alan Burleigh of Crummy, Co Fermanagh, who secured the top spot because of his excellent reason giving, while the section’s runner up who also scored 130 points was James Causey, Cookstown, Co Tyrone.

The intermediate winner Erin Quigley of Macken, Co Fermanagh, was also the evenings top scorer and achieved an impressive 146 points.  Just behind with a score of 142 was Mark Reid, Dungannon, Co Fermanagh.

A score of 134 saw Clarke Balfour, Bellanaleck, Co Fermanagh, top the junior section, while runner up James Morrison, Maguiresbridge, Co Fermanagh, was just behind on 130 points.

Joining the winners at the final will be next highest placed competitors Amy Wilson, Sam Matchett, Matthew Mitchell and Eimear McGovern.

Senior Winner Alan Burleigh with master judge Kevin Reavey and senior runnerup James Causey

Intermediate Winner Erin Quigley with master judge Kevin Reavey and intermediate runnerup Mark Reid

Junior Winner Clarke Balfour with master judge Kevin Reavey and junior runnerup James Morrison

Northern Ireland Stockjudging Team

Yorkshire & NE

The final qualifier of the year was held in the Yorkshire and North East region and was once again hosted by Billy and Sarah Turner at their Ripon based Brampton herd, on the first Sunday in June.

Brampton is one of the longest established Charolais herds in the country beginning back in 1972 and has gone from strength to strength with accolades including the Raymond Ogden Perpetual Trophy on its first outing in 1982, numerous Supreme Championships at the Perth bull sales and the Royal Show and most recently Brampton Legoman was crowned junior champion at the Great Yorkshire Show. The Turners have also exported Charolais cattle all worldwide including consignments to Brazil, South Africa and Eire. Their top price bull this year sold through the ring was sold at Welshpool in April – Brampton Omg for 5,000gns.

Stockman Antony and Michael had prepared a class of glamourous heifer and a class of handsome bulls and in a change from the norm a class of fat lambs to be judged, a surprise for master judge Robert Strictland! The competitors loved the challenge and rose to the occasion with some good high scores.  The weather looked dubious but managed to hold while the scoring took place and the master judge explained his reasoning and the sun even made an appearance during our afternoon back at Billy and Sarah’s house where we were treated to a wonderful spread and plenty of liquid refreshment.

The highest scorer of the day was the Senior winner Michael Dunbreck who had 144 points and runner up in the senior section was Tom Brown. Both lads have been regulars at Charolais Youth stockjuding competitions and represented the Society at last years Young Show Stars competition where they were rewarded for their efforts by a trip to Canada.

The Intermediate section was headed up by Charlie Hitchen with 141 points and runner up Michael Walsh scored 120. The junior winner was Eden Summer with 138 and just behind on 136 was Tom Hitchen.

We look forward to seeing all of the qualifying competitors at the National Final which this year will be held at Clogher Show, Ireland, on Wednesday 31st July.

Senior Winner Michael Dunbreck, Master Judge Robert Strickland & Senior Runnerup Tom Brown

Intermediate Winner Charlotte Hitchen, Master Judge Robert Strickland & Intermediate Runnerup Michael Walsh

Junior Runnerup Tom Hitchen, Master Judge Robert Strickland & Junior Winner Eden Summer

The Brampton Team – Anthony, Billy, Sarah and Michael


June 2, 2019 5,400gns Killadeas Neil leads the Swatragh Charolais sale

A small but high-quality offering of pedigree Charolais were on offer at the Northern Ireland Charolais club sale on Friday 31 May at Swatragh Mart, where the 10 bulls sold to a high of 5,400gns, averaged £3,286, up £575 on the year, and cleared to 79%.

Top Price, Reserve Supreme & Reserve Male Champion Killadeas Neil – 5,400gns

Topping the lots at 5,400gns was the reserve supreme and male champion Killadeas Neil, who was bred and exhibited by Stuart and David Bothwell, Ballina Mallard, Co Fermanagh, who two weeks ago claimed both the male junior champion and reserve titles at the Balmoral show with their homebred bulls Killadeas Orlando and Olaf. The 20 month-old Neil is sired by Gwenog Braveheart who was purchased by the herd in 2014 and his dam Killadeas Francis goes back to Southern Irish-bred Dunlon Ulick. He was purchased by Raymond Pedlow, Lurgan, Co Armagh.

Next in the trade stakes at 4,200gns was a blue ticket winner from Phillip McCrory, Garvaghey, Co Tyrone. A November 2017-born son of Derryolam Impeccable, Tandaragee Northstar was snapped up by James McLeister, Portglenone, Co Antrim, and is bred out of the Pirate-sired Tandaragee Ellie.

Supreme & Male Champion Ardmachree Noah – 4,000gns

Not far behind at 4,000gns was the 18 month-old Ardmachree Noah who caught the eye of Andrew Millar, Antrim, Co Antrim, when he was tapped out as the supreme and male champion at the pre-sale show for breeders and exhibitors Aaron and Erin Quigley, Macken, Co Fermanagh. Noah is sired by the proven easy calving AI sire Blelack Digger and his dam is Mullinveigh Gaga, is a daughter of the 25,000gns Perth supreme champion Mowbraypark Orlando.

Carnview Oregon, an April 2018-born bull from James McGuigan, Maghera, Co Derry, who placed second in his class earlier in the evening, was next top priced. His dam, the 14,200gns Balbithan Georgia who was purchased by the herd at the Balbithan dispersal sale in October 2017, is a daughter of the 10,000gns Stirling senior champion Chunal Dougie, while he is sired by the Royal Bath and West show class winner Mortimers Hurricane. He was knocked down sold to John Campbell, Maghera, Co Derry, for 3,600gns.

Following on at 2,600gns was the 13,000gns Goldies Iceman son Toberlane Nigel, whose dam Toberlane Georgia goes back to the 55,000gns Balmoral show interbreed champion Sportsmans Columbo. This 19 month-old lad was purchased by S Brady, Stewartstown, Co Tyrone and consigned by William Causey, Cookstown, Co Tyrone, who went on the sell the next highest priced lot. 2,500gns was the price paid for his July 2017-born, yellow ticket winner Toberlane Newton, by purchaser Peter Quinn, Pomeroy, Co Tyrone. Newton is sired by the 14,000gns Goldies Joss and bred out of the Dungannon supreme champion Kiltybane Best-sired Toberlane Holly.

Securing 2,500gns for breeder and exhibitors Brian McAllister and Son, Kells, Co Antrim, was the 14 month-old Burnside Olaf, who is a son of Mowbraypark Paramount and Burnside Limp, a 16,000gns Stirling junior champion Clyth Diplomat daughter. His purchaser was the aforementioned Raymond Pedlow of Lurgan, Co Armagh.

The only heifer on offer was knocked down at 1,400gns and taken home by S Brady, Stewartstown, Co Tyrone. Royaldowns Orleans, an 11 month-old daughter of Rowandale Dancer and the 9,000gns Balmoral supreme champion Goldies Carnival-sired Royaldowns Icecream was offered for sale by Mervyn McKeown, Crossgar, Co Down.

Once again, the mart kindly offered to host Northern Ireland regional qualifier for the Charolais Youth national stock judging competition. There was a great turnout of youngsters taking part with the hope of securing a place on the Northern Ireland team at the finals which this year will be held at Clogher show on the 31st July.

There were three classes of cattle to be judged, two classes of heifers which were kindly supplied by Robert McWilliams and William Whyte, while Will Short brought a class of young bulls and has also very generously supplied a heifer as prize for this year’s NI club raffle, the proceeds of which will be donated to the Northern Ireland Childrens Hospice and the Air Ambulance of Northern Ireland. Tickets for which are still available to purchase from the Northern Ireland Charolais club.

Previous Charolais National Youth Final winner Kevin Reavey was the master judge. Kevin, who was incorporated onto the prestigious Charolais judges’ panel after impressing his mentor David Barker of the Caylers herd from Hertfordshire, when he shadowed at last year’s Clogher show has since gone on to judge at Dungannon sale earlier this month.

Senior Winner Alan Burleigh with master judge Kevin Reavey and senior runnerup James Causey

Heading up the senior section with a score of 130 points was Alan Burleigh of Crummy, Co Fermanagh, who secured the top spot because of his excellent reason giving, while the section’s runner up who also scored 130 points was James Causey, Cookstown, Co Tyrone.

Intermediate Winner Erin Quigley with master judge Kevin Reavey and intermediate runnerup Mark Reid

The intermediate winner Erin Quigley of Macken, Co Fermanagh, was also the evenings top scorer and achieved an impressive 146 points, just behind with a score of 142 was Mark Reid, Dungannon, Co Fermanagh.

Junior Winner Clarke Balfour with master judge Kevin Reavey and junior runnerup James Morrison

A score of 134 saw Clarke Balfour, Bellanaleck, Co Fermanagh, top the junior section, while runner up James Morrison, Maguiresbridge, Co Fermanagh, was just behind on 130 points.

Northern Ireland Stockjudging Team

Joining the winners at the final will be next highest placed competitors Amy Wilson, Sam Matchett, Matthew Mitchell and Eimear McGovern.

Averages: 10 bulls £3,286.50, one heifer £1470.00
Auctioneers Swatragh Livestock Market
Joint Sponsors: Friels bar and restaurant, Specialist Joinery Group and Creagh Concrete
Judge: Gerard McShane, Articarvin, Co Tyrone


June 1, 2019 BALMORAL SHOW 2019 RESULTS

The Charolais Supreme Championship at this year’s Balmoral Show went to the day’s female champion, the January 2017-born Elgin Nancy.  A recent purchase by exhibitor Patrick Gallagher, who bought her home to Maghera from the Morayshire based herd of Roy and Matthew Milne. She is sired by the 11,000gns Woodpark Elgin while her dam the Highland show class winning Elgin Electra goes back to the French born Harestone Tyrol. Nancy was much admired for her power and presence in the show ring and she went to take Honourable Mention in the contest for Interbreed Champion.

Standing reserve to both Charolais Champion titles was Susan & Jack Smyth’s homebred Bessiebell Nana from Magheracolton.  A 22 month-old daughter of the Stirling intermediate champion Derryharney Jumbo and the Doonally New-sired Dungannon female champion Aghyoule Finoula.  This young heifer is sure to have a successful future.

Judge in the Charolais section was Archie McGregor the current President of British Charolais Cattle Society who hails from Glasgow.  He needs no introduction across the pedigree and commercial cattle world, from the Allanfauld herd, he has had a very successful breeding and showing career.

The Charolais breed took the Reserve Champion spot in the Linden foods Beef Groups consisting of Susan & Jack Smyth’s Bessiebell Nana, David & Shirley Bothwell’s Killadeas Olaf and WD & JA Connolly’s Brigadoon Olivia.  They were an excellent young team that represented the breed very well.

There was no doubting the quality on show for the Charolais breed this year, with the Charolais male champion going on to take the title of the Fane Valley Interbreed Beef Performance Bull Champion from D & S Bothwell with Killadeas Olaf, sired by Battleford Laser and out of Killadeas Dainty, a Dunlon Ulick daughter.

WD & JA Connolly took reserve championship in the Ulster Bank Interbreed exhibitors bred pairs with Brigadoon Nyoka and Brigadoon Nigella.  These excellent two year-old heifers where both sired by Goldies Icon, who also sired the Brigadoon herd’s junior female champion Brigadoon Olivia.

There was a huge level of interest in the Charolais breed across the four days of the show, with visitors complimenting the high levels of quality across the classes, and many breeders spending significant time at the ringside and in the cattle lines.  The club also attracted much discussion at the breed stand where they were attracted by a superb Charolais beef display from the Marquess Family Butchers, Muckamore, Antrim.

The club is indebted to the breeders for bringing out such a fine display of cattle, the British Charolais Society, the section sponsor and the RUAS; their staff and many committees and sub-groups, as well as the farming press for all their hard work in rolling out the Balmoral Showcase.

We wish all members well on the local show circuit with the next date on the calendar for the club is the NI National Charolais Championship and the 2019 Charolais National Youth Stock Judging Final both to be held at Clogher Valley show on 31st July 2019.  For more information contact Club Secretary Eilis Kelly or Club Chairman David Connolly.

Class 599 – Cow, born before 01/01/2016, in milk or in calf
1st – Gail Matchett – Tawny Jasmine – s Doonally New
2nd – WD & JA Connolly – Wesley Glamarous – s. Balthayock Aesop

Tawny Jasmine

Class 600 – Cow or Heifer, in milk orin calf born in 2016
1st – Robert McWilliams – Stranagone Monalisa – s. Stranagone Jones
2nd – WD & JA Connolly – Brigadoon Milan – s. Brigadoon Himself
3rd – Andrew McCammond – Crossane Mia – s. Alwent Goldbar

Stranagone Monalisa

Class 601 – Heifer, born on or after 01/01/2017and on or before 30 June 2017
1st – Patrick Gallagher – Elgin Nancy – s. Woodpark Elgin
2nd – Gail Matchett – Summervilla Niki – s. Cavelands Fenian
3rd – Steven O’kane – Gallaran Nicole – s. Rumsden Fawkes

Elgin Nancy

Class 602 Heifer, born on or after 01/07/2017 and on or before 31/12/2017
1st – Susan Smyth – Bessiebell Nana – s. Derryharney Jumbo
2nd – Gail Matchett – Limekiln Nicole – s. Panama
3rd – Andrew McCammond – Crossane Nora – s. Tullygarley Alibaba

Bessiebell Nana

Class 603 – Heifer, born on or after 01/01/2018
1st – WD & JA Connolly – Brigadoon Olivia– s. Goldies Icon
2nd – Jeremy Paynter – Drumilly Overjoyed – s. Invictus
3rd – Joseph Wilson – Ballinlare Olive – s. Harestone Jackson

Brigadoon Olivia

Class 604– Bull born on or before 1/1/2018
1st – Will Short – Blelack Marmaduke – s. Oak church Igor
2nd – J McGrath – Sportsman Monarch – s. Barnsford Ferny

Blelack Marmaduke

Class 605 – Bull born on or after 1/1/2018 and on or before 31/3/2018
1st – WD & JA Connolly – Brigadoon Oskar – s. Wesley Equinox
2nd – Will Short – Woodpark Oak – s. Deeside Gulliver
3rd – Leanne Titterington – Cherryvalley Olympus – s. Chic

Brigadoon Oskar

Class – 606 – Bull born on or after 1/4/2018
1st – David Bothwell – Killadeas Orlando – s. Battleford Laser
2nd – David Bothwell – Killadeas Olaf – s. Battleford Laser
3rd – T O’Neill – Glenramble Orson – s. Dooley Lewis

Killadeas Orlando

Class 607 Group of Three Animals
1st WD & JA Connolly
2nd Edgar Johnston
3rd Gail Matchett

Group of Three

Supreme & Female Champion
Patrick Gallagher – Elgin Nancy – s. Woodpark Elgin
Reserve Supreme & Reserve Female Champion
Susan Smyth – Bessiebell Nana – Derryharney Jumbo

Supreme & Female Champion & Reserve

Senior Female Champion
Gail Matchett – Tawny Jasmine – s. Doonally New

Senior Female Champion Tawny Jasmine

Junior Female Champion
W D & J A Connolly – Brigadoon Olivia – s. Goldies Icon
Reserve Junior Female Champion
Jeremy Paynter – Drumilly Overjoyed – s. Invictus

Brigadoon Olivia

Overall Male Champion & Junior Male Champion
David Bothwell – Killadeas Orlando – s. Battleford Laser
Reserve Male Champion
Will Short – Blelack Marmaduke – s. Oakchurch Igor
Reserve Junior Male Champion
David Bothwell – Killadeas Olaf – s. Battleford Laser

Junior Male & Reserve Junior Male Champions

Linden Foods Beef Groups Reserve Champions
Susan Smyth – Bessiebell Nana, David Bothwell – Killadeas Olaf & WD & J A Connolly – Brigadoon Olivia

Linden Foods Interbreed Reserve Champions

Fane Valley Interbreed Beef Performance Bull Champion
David Bothwell – Killadeas Orlando – s. Battleford Laser

Killadeas Orlando

Ulster Bank Interbreed Exhibitor Bred Pairs
Reserve Champions WD & JA Connolly – Brigadoon Nevada & Brigadoon Nigella

Linden Foods Interbreed Show Team Award Champions
WD & J A Connolly – Brigadoon Charolais

Linden Foods Interbreed Show Team Award Champions