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May 8, 2018 Dungannon Charolais sell to 4,500gns

13 Bulls sold to a top price of 4,500gns and an average of £2,835 at the Northern Ireland Charolais club spring sale at Dungannon on Monday 7 May.

Topping the lots at 4,500gns was a 16-month-old entry from Jonathan Crawford, Maghera, Co Derry, who earlier in the day had been crowned supreme and junior champion in the pre-sale show. Coolnaslee Noel, who is the first son to be sold from the 50,000gns Balthayock Justice, is out of Coolnaslee Hanna, a daughter of the 55,000gns Balmoral interbreed champion Sportsmans Columbo and was purchased by Ian Gouldy, Greyabbey, Co Down.

Junior & overall Male Champion Coolnalsee Noel for Coolnaslee Herd with Judge Ian Rea. Sire: Balthayock Justice. Sold 4,500gns

Next in the trade stakes at 3,600gns and purchased by Nigel Smyth, Randalstown, Co Antrim, was the 14-month-old Dernaseer National, who was bred and exhibited by Dominic Arthurs, Dungannon, Co Tyrone. Bred out of the 18,000gns Perth intermediate champion Fury Action daughter Dernaseer Dorreen, he is sired by Palace Garfield.

The days senior champion came from Trevor Phair, Bellanaleck, Co Fermanagh and sold in a 3,400gns deal. Brogher Master, a November 2016-born son of Vexour Freddy and Brogher Eva, who goes back to Prime Roberto caught the eye of Mr A Loughran, Cookstown, Co Tyrone.

Senior Champion Brogher Master owned by T Phair with judge Ian Rea and Conor Pahir

Just behind at 3,100gns was the class winner Ovill Neymar. D Brown, Springfield, Co Fermanagh, was the man behind the money on the purchase of this 14-month-old, by popular AI sire Davally Illusion, bred out of the Doonally New-sired Ballymakea Carmel, from the O’Kane Bros, Dungiven, Co Derry.

Class Winner for the O’kane Brothers with Ovill Neymar. Sold 3,100gns

The reserve supreme and reserve junior champion Drumlone Norman was another top priced lot, securing 2,900gns for breeder Kenneth Veitch, Lisbellaw, Co Fermanagh. The January 2017-born Norman is sired by Goldies Echo and out of Drumlone Hilda who goes back to Oldstone Egbert. He goes on to work in Tempo, Co Fermanagh for Mr C Fee.

Reserve Junior & ; reserve overall Male Champion for Drumlone Norman with Kevin Veitch, Judge Ian Rea & Sponsor Moore Concrete. Sire: Sold 2,900gns

Purchased at 2,500gns by S Murphy, Mullaghbawn, Co Down, was another Balthayock Justice son from the aforementioned Jonathan Crawford. Coolnaslee Moonbeam who stood second in his class earlier in the day, is a November 2016-born son of Sportsmans Columbo daughter Coolnaslee Ganet.

The female section was headed by the female champion and 20-month-old Derryharney Margharita from Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh, Crummy, Co Fermanagh. Margharita who is sired by the 8,000gns Blelack Blackberet and out of a 19,000gns Doune and Dunblane champion Corrie Alan homebred daughter Derryharney Jamboree, was purchased by George Nelson, Drumacritten, Co Fermanagh.

Averages: 13 Bulls: £2,835; one heifer £2,100
Auctioneers: Dungannon Farmers Mart
Judge: Ian Rea, Crumlin, Co Antrim
Sponsor: Moore Concrete


March 17, 2018 Charolais continue the upward trend at Dungannon

There was great trade for Charolais at the Northern Ireland Charolais Club sale at Dungannon on Friday 16 March. The sale which had been postponed due to the bad weather at the beginning of the month, saw an 86% clearance, a 9% increase on last year. The 38 bulls averaged £3,285 which was up from last year’s equivalent by £367 for five more sold.

Coolnaslee Manager Sold 5,600gns

Leading the pack at 5,600gns and 5,000gns respectively were a couple of crackers from Jonathan Crawford, Maghera, Co Derry. The first Coolnaslee Manager, had been tapped out third in his class at the pre-sale show and caught the eye of O Jeffers, Cookstown, Co Tyrone. The August 2016-born Manager is sired by the 10,000gns Carlisle supreme champion Ratoary Ferguson, while his dam is the 30,000gns Dingle Hofmeister daughter Edenhurst Hrh, who was purchased from the Edenhurst dispersal in October 2015 for 8,000gns.

Reserve Junior Champion Coolnaslee Minto Sold 5,000gns

Mr Crawford’s 5,000gns bull was the reserve junior champion Coolnaslee Minto. Minto also boasts an impressive pedigree, being a son of 10,000gns Carlisle intermediate champion and Clogher show intermediate champion Ratoary Icebreaker and the 10,000gns Blelack Babe, who goes back to the 25,000gns Perth supreme champion and Royal Show junior male champion Thrunton Socrates. C Shaw, Carryduff, Belfast was the purchaser of this 15-month-old lad.

Reserve Overall Champion Derryharney Mustang Sold 4,800gns

Two bulls secured a price of 4,800gns a piece and both came from Harold Stubbs & Alan Burleigh, Crummy, Co Fermanagh, who went on to sell a total of four to average £4,252.50. First up was the reserve supreme and reserve senior champion Derryharney Mustang, a 19-month-old who was the first to be purchased by the pre-sale judge Terry Coghill, on behalf of Mr Patterson, Feltigar, Orkney. The breeding here includes the 10,000gns Perth supreme champion Thrunton Bonjovi and the Balmoral Show supreme champion Goldies Carnival daughter Derryharney Hazel.

Lot 30 Derryharney Muncher Sold 4,800gns

The next Stubbs and Burleigh consignment which also secured a 4,800gns bid was the class winning, September 2016-born Derryharney Muncher. Muncher who is sired by the proven high performing, short gestation and easy calving Blelack Digger is out of Derryharney Jazzystar, who in turn is sired by the Fintona male champion Derryharney Happyharry. He heads on to Stranocum, Co Antrim, to work for John McHenry.

J Smith, Randalstown, Co Antrim, was the next to snap up one of the Stubbs and Burleigh lots. The 18-month old Derryharney Mrmotivator, a son of the 22,000gns Newhouse Bigal and Thrunton Bonjovi daughter Derryharney Ipad, secured a bid of 3,600gns.

Selling in a 4,400gns deal to ED Sherrard, Belfast, Co Down, was a blue ticket winner from Will Short, Beragh, Co Tyrone. Woodpark Mcbeth is a November 2016-born son of the 14,000gns Goldies Usher
and Woodpark Idele, a daughter of the 9,500gns Stirling reserve senior champion Woodpark Gregg.

Supreme Champion Carrgene Muckian Sold 4,200gns

After his earlier purchase of the reserve champion, pre-sale show Judge Terry Coghill was again prepared to back up his judgement when he purchased the supreme champion Carrgene Muckian on behalf of Mr Featter, Westray, Orkney. An August 2016-born son of the Irish-bred Crossmolina Euro and the homebred Carrgene Gemma, a Major daughter, Muckian had also been awarded the overall male championship and senior male champion rosettes earlier in the day and secured a 4,200gns bid for breeder and consigner Eugene Muckian, Silverbridge, Co Down.

Next in the trade stakes at 3,700gns was the 16-month-old Dartonhall Milan, who is sired by the 12,000gns Maerdy Fiend. An entry from John Erskine, Killylea, Co Armagh, Milan’s dam is the 7,000gns Stirling female champion Vexour Galina, who goes back to the 30,000gns Dingle Hofmeister, he was purchased by J Martin, Staramore, Co Armagh.

Just behind at 3,600gns was an entry from Balfour Brothers, Bellanaleck, Co Fermanagh, who was purchased by ST Scott, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh. The October 2016-born Clonatrig Max is sired by Doonally New and out of Blelack Digger daughter Clonatrig Ida.

Lot 8 Cunnsallagh Macduff Class 1 Winner

Two bulls were knocked down at 3,500gns a piece with the first coming from Vincent Cunningham, Dromore, Co Down. Class winner Cunnsallagh Macduff is by the well-known AI sire Indurain, while the dam is Cunnsallagh Edna, a cow by the Balmoral Show M&S Beef interbreed winner Sandelford Bergkamp. The 20-month-old Macduff goes home to work in Stewartstown, Co Tyrone for K Watters.

Matching the 3,500gns price tag was the September 2016-born Killadeas Magna, who was tapped out second in his class, for breeders and exhibitors Stuart and David Bothwell, Ballina Mallard, Co Fermanagh. A Hillan, Broughshane, Co Antrim, was the man who forked out the cash for this son of the 16,000gns Stirling supreme champion Blackford Dynamite and Killadeas Bea, a daughter of the Omagh Show supreme champion and Royal Ulster Show reserve supreme champion Derrygiff Mills.

Following on at 3,400gns was Moorlough Marco. G Cutler of Florencecourt, was the successful bidder of this yellow-ticket winner and took him home to his Co Fermanagh-based unit. This 15-month-old lad from John McBride, Strabane, Co Tyrone, is by the 10,000gns Portadown supreme champion Moorlough Palo, while the dam is the Doonally New-sired Moorlough Hannah.

Another from John McBride was the first to secure the next highest price of 3,200gns. Moorlough Mecca, a 16-month-old, sired by the 12,000gns Maerdy Fiend and out of Moorlough Isla, who goes back to the 16,000gns Stirling junior champion and Caithness Show supreme champion Clyth Diplomat, was purchased by George Ewart, Killylea, Co Armagh.

The second to be knocked down at 3,200gns was a yellow-ticket winning entry from the aforementioned Will Short. Woodpark Minstrel, a 21-month-old who was purchased by S Campbell, Bellaghy, Co Derry, is a 2007-born son of the 19,000gns Doune and Dunblane champion Corrie Alan bred out of Woodpark Guinevere, a Begonia daughter.

A trio of bulls sold for the next highest price of 3,100gns and the first was Tullyconnaught Mel. The breeding here includes the 18,000gns Thrunton Fairfax on to the home-bred Tullyconnaught Daisy, who goes back to the 15,000gns Carlisle supreme champion Burradon Talisman. The September 2016-born Mel was another purchased by judge Terry Coghill, this time for Mr Ritch, Sandwick, Orkney from Mr James Pyers, Corbet, Co Down.

Also hitting the 3,100gns price tag was William Whyte’s Innisrush Magic from Portglenone, Co Antrim. Another Blelack Digger son this time out of Innisrush Gem, a daughter of the 55,000gns Balmoral Show interbreed champion Sportsmans Columbo, this September 2016-born lad caught the eye of Michael Mullin, Dungannon, Co Tyrone.

Another to secure 3,100gns when knocked down to Michael Quinn, Cookstown, Co Tyrone, was the 16-month-old Glenramble Mark, an entry from Thomas O’Neill, Claudy, Co Derry. Mark is sired by the 12,000gns Carlisle reserve senior champion Wesley Equinox, while the dam is the Dromiskin Viceroy-sired Glenramble Honey.

Another trio secured matching price tags, this time at 3,000gns a piece. Derryharney Murray from the above-mentioned Harold Stubbs and grandson Alan Burleigh was the first, and was purchased by G Campbell, Dungannon, Co Tyrone. Murray is bred from Thrunton Bonjovi daughter Derryharney Imlucky, sired by Goldies Eddy and was 17-month-old on the day of sale.

The second 3,000gns bull was the October 2016-born Drumacritten Marcus, who goes home to work in Downpatrick, Co Down, for his new owner C Montgomery. Marcus is sired by the 16,000gns Stirling junior champion and Caithness Show supreme champion Clyth Diplomat, is out of Drumacritten Angel, a Lisnalurg Ignot daughter and secured a yellow rosette for vendor George Nelson, Rosslea, Co Fermanagh.

Matching the 3,000gns price tag was a class winner from the O’Kane Bros of Lower Ovill, Co Derry. Ovill Mahon who is a 16-month-old lad out of the 55,000gns Balmoral Show interbreed champion Sportsmans Columbo daughter Ovill Gwynne, and sired by the home-bred Ovill Instant went home with an undisclosed bidder.

Female Champion Brogher Mygirl Sold 3,100gns

The female section was topped by the female champion at 3,100gns. The 21-month-old Brogher Mygirl from Mr T Phair, Bellanaleck, Co Fermanagh was purchased by Andrew Dunne, Kinawley, Co Fermanagh, for his 2014-established Charolais herd. Mygirl is another sired by Blelack Digger and out of the Lyonsdemesne Tzar daughter Brogher Fancygirl.

Averages 38 bulls £3,285, 2 heifers £2,250
Auctioneers: Dungannon Farmers Mart
Sponsor: Danske Bank
Judge: Terry Coghill, Birsay, Orkney


November 4, 2017 Dungannon 3 November 2017

Record breaking Charolais female trade at Dungannon

A bumper show of Charolais backed by soaring demand produced a record breaking trade at Dungannon on Friday 3 November, at the Northern Ireland Charolais Club Autumn sale. Bidding peaked at 8,000gns in both the male and female sections and 26 bulls sold to an average of £3,428.65. The 8,000gns secured for the trade topping female Battleford Lola is a Charolais sale centre record.

Leading the bids for the bulls at 8,000gns was the May-2016-born Mountjoy Morgan, who had been tapped out first in his class at the pre-sale show for breeder and consigner Caldwell McAskie, Mountjoy, Co Tyrone. Morgan is sired by the Royal Welsh reserve male champion Montgomery Ianto and is out of the homebred dam Mountjoy Ultra who goes back to Gaer Positive. He goes on to work in Derryhouse, Co Armagh for Messrs McGinnity.

The supreme, male and senior champion Coolnaslee Martin was next in the trade stakes at 6,000gns. He was exhibited by herd manager Stuart Wilson on behalf of his owner and new custodian of the Coolnaslee herd Jonathan Crawford, Maghera, Co Derry, son of the late Gilbert Crawford. The 17-month-old Martin was snapped up by Seamus Conroy, Tassagh, Co Armagh, and his breeding includes his sire, the 10,000gns Carlisle intermediate champion Ratoary Icebreaker, who is rated amongst the top five percent of the breed for calving ease and dam Coolnaslee Gina who in turn is sired by the Balmoral Show supreme champion Goldies Carnival.

Another entry from Mr Crawford sold for 4,400gns. Coolnaslee Max a June-2016-born son of Ratoary Icebreaker and the Goldies Carnival sired Coolnaslee Honor was purchased by S Windrum, Ballygowan, Co Down.

Commanding a 5,200gns bid from the Rogers Family, Ballynahinch, Co Down, was the reserve senior male champion Sandelford Mason from breeder and exhibitor George Henderson, Revallagh, Co Antrim. The 17-month-old Mason is sired by the 13,000gns Stirling reserve intermediate champion Conval Frank and out of Sandelford Fern, a daughter of the 14,000gns Goldies Usher.

Liam Johnston Mountain herd from Tempo, Co Fermanagh was behind the next transaction, when Mountain Magnificent was purchased by Messrs McKeagney, Maghera, Co Derry for 5,000gns. Magnificent who was tapped out third in his class at the pre-sale show, is a 16-month-old son of the Ballymena Show champion Derrygiff Jester and the Oscar sired Derrygiff Clare.

The next highest price of 4,200gns was bid by James Watson, Portadown, Co Armagh for one of the youngest lots of the sale. The 12-month old Brogher Major who stood second in his class earlier in the day for consigner Trevor Phair, Bellanaleck, Co Fermanagh, comes from show-winning breeding, being sired by the 12,000gns Carlisle reserve senior champion Wesley Equinox and bred out of the Fintona Show class winner Brogher Gigi who goes back to the 55,000gns Balmoral Show interbreed champion Sportsmans Columbo.

Just behind at 4,100gns was the February-2016-born Cunnsallagh Mick from Vincent G Cunningham, Dromore, Co Down. This son of the 16,000gns Stirling junior champion Clyth Diplomat and homebred, Pirate sired Cunnsallagh Hermoine attracted a bid from Liam Mullan, Coleraine, Co Tyrone.

Staying local when snapped up by Robert O’Neill, Dunloy, Co Antrim was a yellow ticket winning entry from John Currie, Ballymena, Co Antrim. Tullygarley Marco, a June-2016-born by Davally Illusion and out of the Blakestown Endorse sired Tullygarley Harriet was sold for 3,600gns.

An 18-month-old son of the 10,000gns Perth supreme champion Thrunton Bonjovi, bred out of Ballymather Ivy, a Coolnaslee Asprey daughter, was next in the trade stakes at 3,100gns. Ballymather Matrix from Ian Rea, Nutts Corner, Co Antrim was purchased by WJ McClenaghan, Drumreagh, Co Down.

Females

The star of the female section was the two-year-old female champion Battleford Lola ET, who broke the sale centre record for Charolais females when she was knocked down at 8,000gns. This entry from Bartley Finnegan, Moy, Co Tyrone, who is sold in-calf to Blelack Immaculate, will be travelling across the water with her new owner Blair Duffton from Huntly, Aberdeenshire. She is sired by the Black Isle Show champion Lochend Apache and her dam Blelack Usp is sired by the 25,000gns Perth supreme champion and Royal Show junior male champion Thrunton Socrates.

Attracting a bid of 5,000gns when she was purchased by Clare Ferris, Millisle, Co Down, was the 19-month-old class winner Hillviewfarm Margo from Adrian Richardson, Maguiresbridge, Co Fermanagh. Margo who is sired by the renowned easy calving and popular Blelack Digger is out of Hillviewfarm Gina who goes back to the 14,000gns Royal Ulster Show junior male champion Killadeas Jack.

The next three entries were all consigned by Robin and Agnes Todd, Corbet, Co Down. Firstly, selling for 2,600gns was the blue-ticket-winning Cappagh Lydia, sold served to Alwent Goldbar, the April-2015-born Lydia, by the 18,000gns Thrunton Fairfax and out of the 14,000gns Goldies Usher daughter Cappagh Esther, caught the eye of David Adams, Portglenone, Co Antrim.

Matching the 2,600gns price tag for the Todd family was the 25-month-old Cappagh Lois, this time going home to Teer, Co Down, with Phelim and Bronagh Caragher. The Blelack Goldenboy sired Lois, whose dam Cappagh Dawn is sired by 15,000gns Carlisle Supreme champion Burradon Talisman ,collected a yellow ticket at the pre-sale show and is sold served to the aforementioned Conval Frank.

Mr and Mrs Todd went on to secure 2,500gns for another 25-month-old Goldenboy daughter, this time out of the Burradon Talisman sired Cappagh Divine. Cappagh Lily who is in-calf to Davally Illusion was purchased by Stephen McGuinness, Greysteel, Co Derry.

The final lot to make 2,500gns was Drumlone Marina, who had placed second in her class for breeder and exhibitor Kenneth Veitch, Lisbellaw, Co Fermanagh. Micheal McVeigh, Dungannon, Co Tyrone, was the man with his hand in the air when the hammer when down on this January-2016-born, Pirate sired daughter of the Irish-born Doon Eleonora, who in turn is sired by the 18,000gns Perth intermediate champion Fury Action.

Averages 26 bulls £3,428.65, 14 heifers £2902.50 Auctioneers: Dungannon Farmers Mart Sponsor: Excel Roofing and Cladding Judge: Robert McWilliams, Maghera, Co Derry

Completed sale catalogue

Female Champion, Battleford Lola ET for Barley Finnegan. Sold £8,000

Female Champion, Battleford Lola ET for Barley Finnegan.

Stuat Wilson & Jonathan Crawford with the Senior & Overall Champion of the Show Lot 24 Coolnashee Martin. Sold £6,000

Stuart Wilson & Jonathan Crawford with the Senior & Overall Champion of the Show  Coolnashee Martin.

David Bothwell with Junior Champion & Reserve Overall Champion Killadeas Magnet.

David Bothwell with Junior Champion & Reserve Overall Champion Killadeas Magnet.

Reserve Senior Champion for Gary Henderson with Sanelford Mason. Sold $5,200

Reserve Senior Champion for Gary Henderson with Sandelford Mason.

Reserve Junior Champion, Altnacree Macho with Anthony McGuinness, Jackie Conn & Eoin Kerrigan

Reserve Junior Champion, Altnacree Macho with Anthony McGuinness, Jackie Conn & Eoin Kerrigan

Reserve Female Champion Burnside Miedi for Mcallister & Sons

Reserve Female Champion Burnside Miedi for Mcallister & Sons

HillviewFarm Margo, Junior Heifer Class winner for L.Richardson. Sold £5,200

HillviewFarm Margo, Junior Heifer Class winner for L.Richardson.

Show Results

Supreme Champion, Overall Male Champion & Senior Champion
Mr Crawford – Coolnaslee Martin – s. Ratoary Icebreaker
Reserve Supreme Champion, Reserve Overall Male Champion & Junior Champion
S & D Bothwell – Killadeas Magnet – s. Blackford Dynamite

Reserve Senior Champion
G Henderson – Sandelford Mason – s. Conval Frank
Reserve Junior Champion
O Kerrigan & J Conn – Altnacree Macho – s. Lochend Apache

Female Champion
B Finnegan – Battleford Lola ET – s. Lochend Apache
Reserve Female Champion
B McAllister & Son – Burnside Miedi – s. Brampton Nacodar

Class One – Bulls born between 15/11/15 – 08/04/16
1st – PJ & S O’Kane – Mccaldrick Miller – s. Prime Isac ET
2nd – WD & JA Connolly – Brigadoon Mork – s. Goldies Icon
3rd – I Rea – Ballymaher Magnum – s. Thrunton Bonjovi

Class Two – Bulls born between 22/04/16 – 30/05/16
1st
– Caldwell McAskie – Mountjoy Morgan – s. Montgomery Ianto
2nd – A Armstrong – Tanhill Monty ET – s. Elgin Davinci
3rd – KS Brady – Derrygiff Matt – s. Pirate

Class Two – Bulls born between 01/06/16 – 17/06/16
1st
– Mr Crawford – Coolnaslee Martin – s. Ratoary Icebreaker
2nd – G Henderson – Sandelford Mason – s. Conval Frank
3rd – JK Currie – Tullygarley Marco – s. Davally Illusion

Class Three – Bulls born between 22/06/16 – 18/07/16
1st – P Goodwin – Rocknacrieve Milo – s. Tonaghmore Augusto
2nd – Mr G Henderson – Sandelford Mac – s. Conval Frank
3rd – L Johnston – Mountain Magnificent – s. Derrygiff Jester

Class Five – Bulls born between 22/07/16 – 22/08/16
1st
– O Kerrigan & J Conn – Altnacree Macho – s. Lochend Apache
2nd – Devine Brothers – Brownhill Mickyjoebadger – s. Thrunton Voldemort
3rd – Mr & Mrs JA Watson – Cornascriebe Maurice – s. Thrunton Flying Scotsman

Class Six – Bulls born between 04/09/16 – 26/10/16
1st
– S & D Bothwell – Killadeas Magnet – s. Blackford Dynamite
2nd – T Phair – Brogher Major – s. Wesley Equinox
3rd – S & D Bothwell – Killadeas Material – s Gwenog Braveheart

Class Seven – Females born 17/04/15 – 27/10/15
1st
– B Finnegan – Battleford Lola ET – s. Lochend Apache
2nd – Mr RS & Mrs A Todd – Cappagh Lydia – s. Thrunton Fairfax
3rd – Mr RS & Mrs A Todd – Cappagh Lois – s. Blelack Goldenboy

Class Eight – Females born between 07/11/15 – 12/02/16
1st
– B McAllister & Son – Burnside Miedi – s. Brampton Nacodar
2nd – KC Veitch – Drumlone Marina – s. s. Pirate
3rd – A&O Quigley – Ardmachree Lala – s. Goldies Eddy

Class Nine – Female born between 13/03/16 – 07/08/16
1st – LA Richardson & Sons – Hillviewfarm Margo – s. Blelack Digger
2nd – HC Stubbs & AA Burleigh – Derryharney Molly – s. Davally Illusion
3rd – KC Veitch – Drumlone Miranda – s. Doonally New


May 1, 2017 Dungannon purchasers Marvel at the Charolais

Charolais bulls met with a ready trade in Dungannon on Monday 1 May, topping at 5,200gns with a clearance rate of 93%, up 17% on the year for 2 more sold. Following the recent Charolais sales trend averages were also up by £360 to £3,182.

Reserve Male Champion & Top Price Drumconnis Marvel - 5,200gns

Reserve Male Champion & Top Price Drumconnis Marvel – 5,200gns

Topping the lots and securing a price of 5,200gns from S Quigg, Garvagh, Co Derry was the pre-sale show reserve male champion, an entry from John McGrath, Dromore, Co Tyrone. The 14-month old Drumconnis Marvel is a son of the 28,000gns Stirling supreme champion Elgin Glenlivet and Scottish born dam Loganbar Hemisphere.

Coolnaslee Largolf - 4,900gns

Coolnaslee Largolf – 4,900gns

Next in the trade stakes was the November 2015-born Coolnaslee Largolf whose breeding includes the 12,000gns Maerdy Fiend and maternal grandsire the 55,000gns Balmoral interbreed champion Sportsmans Columbo. Largolf who commanded a 4,900gns bid from Norman Johnston, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh had been awarded a yellow ticket earlier in the day for breeder Gilbert Crawford, Maghera, Co Derry.

Reserve Supreme & Male Champion Coolnsalee Master - 4,600gns

Reserve Supreme & Male Champion Coolnsalee Master – 4,600gns

Mr Crawford went on to secure the reserve supreme and male championships with his 15-month old entry Coolnaslee Master who is no stranger to the show ring having secured the Pedigree Calf Fair reserve junior championship back in November. The 22,000gns Newhouse Bigal is the sire here and the home-bred dam again goes back to Columbo. Stephen McGuinness, Greysteel, Co Derry were the purchasers at 4,600gns.

Glenbuck Lawyer - 4,700gns

Glenbuck Lawyer – 4,700gns

Just a few lots earlier Glenbuck Lawyer had secured a 4,700gns bid from Seamus McMullan, Bellaghy, Co Derry. Lawyer a December-2015 born entry sired by Blelack Digger had been awarded a red rosette in the show for Robin O’Mullan, Rasharkin, Co Antrim.

Drumlone Lindsman - 4,000gns

Drumlone Lindsman – 4,000gns

Another class winner this time from breeder Kenneth Veitch, Lisbellaw, Co Fermanagh realised the next highest bid of 4,000gns and the man with his hand in the air as the hammer went down on this one was Eric J Connor, Maghera, Co Derry. The 18-month old Drumlone Lindsman is a son of the French AI sire Plexus and the homebred Drumlone Hilary.

The next top priced at 3,800gns and purchased by HP Nugent, Toomebridge, Co Antrim was the 18,000gns Thrunton Fairfax son Royaldowns Legend, a December-2015 born entry from Mervyn McKeown, Downpatrick, Co Down.

Next and selling for a price tag of 3,300gns, J, MN and SP Bradley, Plumbridge, Co Tyrone offered their 15-month old Slievemore Mugsy. The 18,000gns Perth intermediate champion Fury Action sired this lad who was snapped up by Seamus McMullan, Bellaghy, Co Derry.

Just two lots later Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh, Crummy, Co Fermanagh sold their Minsups reserve junior bull champion Derryharney Major. The January-2016 born Major who is sired by Allanfauld Vagabond and out of Derryharney Dancer who goes back to the 13,000gns Perth junior champion Simpsons Gregg, caught the eye of Andrew Millar, Antrim, when he was placed second in his class at the pre-sale show.

Another blue ticket winner this time exhibited by Jeremy Paynter, Hockley, Co Armagh, was the first of three to secure a price of 3,100gns. The 16,000gns Royal Welsh Show reserve male champion Anside Foreman son and 16-month old Drumilly Landrover was purchased by R Hylands, Limavady, Co Derry.

Matching the 3,100gns price tag was the February-2016 born Kiltybane Misterlucky sired by Doonally Nicefor and out of the home-bred Kiltybane Icity. Desmond Rafferty, Carrickmore, Co Tyrone bought this one from breeders and exhibitors Seamus & Aiden Bellew, Cullyhanna, Co Down.

The third lot to sell for 3,100gns was a 14-month old entry from William and Margaret Nelson, Rosslea, Co Fermanagh. The 22,000gns Newhouse Bigal sired Drumacritten Mark journeys on to work at Randalstown, Co Antrim with Brian Smyth.

Supreme & Female Champion Derryharney Moonlight - 3,300gns

Supreme & Female Champion Derryharney Moonlight – 3,300gns

The female lots were topped by an entry from Harold Stubbs and grandson Alan Burleigh of Crummy, Co Fermanagh who earlier in the day were awarded the supreme and female championship for their 15-month old Doonally New daughter Derryharney Moonlight who was snapped up by H and H Heron, Newtownards, Co Down for 3,300gns.

The Heron family were in a buying mood and went on to purchase the reserve female champion Killadeas Lottie, an August-2015 born lass sired by easy calving Blelack Digger from breeders and exhibitors Stuart and David Bothwell, Ballina Mallard, Co Fermagh.

Averages 26 bulls £3,182.31, 4 heifers £2,139.38 Auctioneers: Dungannon Farmers Mart Sponsor: Moore Concrete

Dungannon Monday 1 May 2017
Show Results
Judge: Aaron Quigley

Class One – Bulls born on or between 09/06/2015 – 11/10/2015
1st – Kenneth Veitch – Dumlone Lindsman – s. Plexus
2nd – John Erskine – Dartonhall Lampard – s. Corrie Alan
3rd – William Causey – Toberlane Lance – s. Alwent Goldbar

Class Two – Bulls born on or between 03/11/2015 – 27/11/2015
1st – Gilbert Crawford – Coolnaslee Lager – s. Sandelford Harrison
2nd – Sean McCaughey – Fymore Leader – s. Éclair
3rd – Gilbert Crawford – Coolnaslee Largolf – s. Maerdy Fiend

Class Three – Bulls born on or between 03/12/2015 – 29/12/2015
1st – Robin O’Mullan – Glenbuck Lawyer ET – s. Blelack Digger
2nd – Jeremy Paynter – Drumilly Landrover ET – s. Anside Foreman
3rd – Vincent Cunningham – Cunnsallagh Liam – s. Fleetwood

Class Four – Bulls born on or between 04/01/2016 – 07/02/2016
1st – Gilbert Crawford – Coolnaslee Master – s. Newhouse Bigal
2nd – Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh – Derryharney Major – s. Allanfauld Vagabond
3rd – James McBride – Moorlough Max – s. Liscally Eti ET

Class Five – Bulls born on or after 10/02/2016
1st – John McGrath – Drumconnis Marvel – s. Elgin Glenlivet
2nd – Neville Hicks – Riverview Magnum – s. Lisnagre Elite ET
3rd – Mrs A O’Kane – Kilgort Max – s. Rumsden Fawkes

Class Six – Females born on or between 08/03/2015 – 10/08/2015
1st – Stuart and David Bothwell – Killadeas Lottie – s. Blelack Digger
2nd – William Whyte – Innishrush Lollypop – s. Doonally New
3rd – Owen Kerrigan and Jacqueline Conn – Altnacree Lyla – s. Goldies Formidable

Class Seven – Females born on or between 29/11/2015 – 12/02/2016
1st – Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh – Derryharney Moonlight – s. Doonally New
2nd – William Causey – Toberlane Margaret – s. Alwent Goldbar ET
3rd – Michael, Seamus and K Loughran – Utree Missi – s. Allanfauld Aviator

Female & Supreme Champion
Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh – Derryharney Moonlight – s. Doonally New
Male & Reserve Supreme Champion
Gilbert Crawford – Coolnaslee Master – s. Newhouse Bigal
Reserve Male Champion
John McGrath – Drumconnis Marvel – s. Elgin Glenlivet
Reserve Female Champion
Stuart and David Bothwell – Killadeas Lottie – s. Blelack Digger

 


March 3, 2017 Lumberjack axes the competition at Dungannon

There was a steady trade for Charolais at the Northern Ireland Charolais Club sale held in Dungannon on Friday 3 March where the 33 bulls sold topped at 4,900gns with a clearance rate of 77% and a bull average of £2,918.

Prices peaked at 4,900gns for the star of the show who earlier in the day had been awarded the supreme, male and junior championship titles for breeders and exhibitors Harold Stubbs and grandson Alan Burleigh of Crummy, Co Fermanagh. David McIlwaine, Newtownstewart, Co Tyrone was the man with his hand in the air when the hammer went down on the 16-month-old Derryharney Lumberjack, who is sired by the 22,000gns Newhouse Bigal and is out of the home-bred Derryharney Daffodil who goes back to the 15,000gns Carlisle supreme champion Burradon Talisman.

Supreme Champion & Top Price Derryharney Lumberjack - 4,900gns

Supreme Champion & Top Price Derryharney Lumberjack – 4,900gns

Moments earlier the same vendors had secured 4,100gns for Derryharney Lanzac, who had also been picked out by the judge being awarded a yellow-ticket. This September 2015-born lad also boasts an impressive pedigree being a son of the popular AI sire Goldies Eddy and dam Derryharney Ipad, a daughter of the 10,000gns Perth supreme champion Thrunton Bonjovi. He goes on to work for Ian Smyth in Castlewellan, Co Down.

Derryharney Lanzac - 4,100gns

Derryharney Lanzac – 4,100gns

The reserve supreme, reserve male and senior champion Drumlone Landmark was next in the bidding stakes at 4,300gns. The breeding here includes the 25,000gns Stirling intermediate champion Inverlochy Ferdie and the Oldstone Egbert-sired dam Drumlone Edwina. The April-2015 born Landmark was snapped up by David McFarland, Beragh, Co Tyrone from consigner Kenneth Veitch, Lisbellaw, Co Fermanagh.

Reserve Supreme Champion Drumlone Landmark 4,300gns

Reserve Supreme Champion Drumlone Landmark 4,300gns

Adding to Mr Veitch’s celebrations, he also received 3,600gns for the class winning, 14-month-old Drumlone Luckylad, this time sired by the renowned short gestation and easy calving sire Blelack Digger who caught the eye of Sandra Hunter, Bushmills, Co Antrim.

Two bulls were knocked down at 4,000gns the first being the reserve supreme champion from Brian Quinn, Dungannon, Co Tyrone. Hillview Limitededition who had already been successful in the show ring being placed first in his class at last year’s Pedigree Calf Fair, was purchased by ED Sherrard, Belfast. The August-2015-born Limitedediton is out of the Dungannon female champion Ballyreagh Eilsa who goes back to the 18,000gns Perth intermediate champion Fury Action and is sired by the aforementioned Inverlochy Ferdie.

Reserve Senior Champion Hillview Limitededition - 4,000gns

Reserve Senior Champion Hillview Limitededition – 4,000gns

Marcus Smyth, Coleraine, Co Derry was another buyer to bid to 4,000gns this time for Woodpark Leroy ET, a 16-month-old son of the 30,000gns Dingle Hofmeister from Will Short, Omagh, Co Tyrone.

Making 3,200gns for breeders Liam Johnston, Tempo, Co Fermanagh was Mountain Landmark. This 20-month old is the first son to sell by herd sire Aghinure General and was purchased by Andrew McCammond, Cloughanduff, Co Antrim.

Just behind and commanding a 3,000gns bid from Adrian Wilson, Ballymena, Co Antrim was Burnside Lordalmighty who is sired the by 16,000gns Stirling junior champion Clyth Diplomat, while the dam is Sandelford Deva, a heifer by the 14,000gns Goldies Usher. The December 2015-born Lordalmighty was awarded a blue-ticket in the pre-sale show and offered by Brian McAllister and Son, Kells, Co Antrim.

Female Section

Leading the bids for the females at 3,500gns was the blue-ticket winning Battleford Lady from Bartley Finnegan, Dungannon, Co Tyrone. The June 2015-born Lady sired by the 70,000gns Royal Welsh supreme champion Barnsford Ferny and out of the Scottish-bred Balbithan Vespasian daughter Blelack Cerise was knocked down to Kenny Preston, Omagh, Co Tyrone.

Battleford Lady - 3,500gns

Battleford Lady – 3,500gns

Just behind at 3,400gns was the female champion Dartonhall Julie a November-2014-born entry from John Erskine, Killylea, Co Armagh. The man behind the money on this 19,000gns Perth reserve junior champion Corrie Alan daughter was Martin Donaghy, Dungannon, Co Tyrone.

Female Champion Dartonhall Julie - 3,400gns

Female Champion Dartonhall Julie – 3,400gns

Averages: 33 bulls £2,918, nine heifers £2,433
Auctioneers: Dungannon Farmers Mart

 

Show Results
Judge: John MacGregor

Class One – Bulls born on or between 10/04/2015 – 11/06/2015
1st – Kenneth Veitch – Drumlone Landmark – s. Inverlochy Ferdie
2nd – George Henderson – Sandleford Lawson – s. Conval Frank
3rd – Caldwell McAskie – Rushfield Levi – s. Rushfield Fernando
4th – James McBride – Moorlough Lennon – s. Thrunton Voldemort

Class Two – Bulls born on or between 21/06/2015 – 14/08/2015
1st – Brian Quinn – Hillview Limitededition – s. Inverlochy Ferdie
2nd – Clive Hoey – Rawbrooke Lambo – s. Maerdy Dublin
3rd – Liam Johnston – Mountain Landmark – s. Aghinure General
4th – Gilbert Crawford – Edenhurst Laureate – s. Ratoary Ferguson

Class Three – Bulls born on or between 01/09/2015 – 28/10/2015
1st – Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh – Derryharney Lumberjack – s. Newhouse Bigal
2nd – Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh – Derryharney Landrover – s. Goldies Eddy
3rd – Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh – Derryharney Lanzac – s. Goldies Eddy
4th – Trevor Phair – Brogher Leader – s. Goldies Eddy

Class Four – Bulls born on or between 02/11/2015 – 29/12/2015
1st – Kenneth Veitch, Lisbellaw – Drumlone Luckylad – s. Blelack Digger
2nd – Brian McAllister and Son – Burnside Lordalmighty – s. Clyth Diplomat
3rd – Caldwell McAskie – Mountjoy Limerick – s. Montgomery Ianto
4th – Thomas O’Neill – Glenramble Lucky – s. Blelack Digger

Class Five – Bulls born on or after 03/01/2016
1st – James Watson and Son – Cornascriebe Max – s. Thrunton Flyingscotsman
2nd – Cameron and Katherine Marshall – Crosskeys Monarch – s. Hideal
3rd – James McBride – Moorlough Max – s. Liscally ETI ET
4th – Graham Davison – Ballygargan Major – s. Thrunton Fairfax

Class Six – Females born on or between 07/08/2014 – 01/06/2015
1st – John Erskine – Dartonhall Julie – s. Corrie Alan ET
2nd – Bartley Finnegan – Battleford Lady – s. Barnsford Ferny
3rd – Brian and William McAllister – Burnside Lappy – s. Conval Frank
4th – William Whyte – Innisrush Jemma ET – s. Doonally New

Class Seven – Females born on or between 10/07/2015 – 26/12/2015
1st – Kenneth Veitch – Drumlone Loopyloo – s. Lochend Apache
2nd – Stuart and David Bothwell – Killadeas Lois – s. Conval Frank
3rd – Stuart and David Bothwell – Killadeas Lola – s. Blackford Dynamite
4th – Stuart and David Bothwell – Killadeas Lorna – s. Goldies Usher

Junior Male Champion
Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh – Derryharney Lumberjack – s. Newhouse Bigal
Reserve Junior Male Champion
James Watson and Son – Cornascriebe Max – s. Thrunton Flyingscotsman

Senior Male Champion
Kenneth Veitch – Drumlone Landmark – s. Inverlochy Ferdie
Reserve Senior Male Champion
Brian Quinn – Hillview Limitededition – s. Inverlochy Ferdie

Supreme & Male Champion
Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh – Derryharney Lumberjack – s. Newhouse Bigal
Reserve Supreme & Reserve Male Champion
Kenneth Veitch – Drumlone Landmark – s. Inverlochy Ferdie

Female Champion
John Erskine – Dartonhall Julie – s. Corrie Alan ET
Reserve Female Champion
Kenneth Veitch – Drumlone Loopyloo – s. Lochend Apache

P1070923 P1070897 P1070889 P1070854 P1070848 P1070846 P1070844 P1070838 16. Surpreme And Reserve Overal Champion 15. Female Champion and Reserve 14. Junior Male and Reserve Champion 13. Senior Male and Reserve Chmapion


November 7, 2016 Dungannon Charolais sell to 5,100gns

Charolais cattle sold to a top price of 5,100gns at the Northern Ireland Charolais Club sale held in Dungannon on Friday 4th November. There were 27 bulls sold to an average of £3,290 which was an increase of £362 on the year with five more sold.

Maghera breeder Gilbert Crawford came up with the goods bagging the top prices of the day and reserve championships in the senior and junior bull sections to boot. Top of the lots at 5,100gns was the reserve junior male champion Coolnaslee Lyle. Sired by the Highland Show interbreed junior beef champion Goldstar Hugo2 and out of the homebred dam Coolnaslee Evadne going back to the Balmoral Show beef interbreed bull performance award winner Sandelford Bergkamp, this 16 month old caught the eye of Messrs J McKeagney, Maghera, Co Derry.

Supreme Champion presentation - Bessiebell Luigi with exhibitor Jack Smyth, Steven Barry from the sponsors Excel Roofing and Cladding and judge Neil McIlwaine

Supreme Champion presentation – Bessiebell Luigi with exhibitor Jack Smyth, Steven Barry from the sponsors Excel Roofing and Cladding and judge Neil McIlwaine

The female championship presentation - Drumlone Lulu with exhibitor Kenneith Veitch, judge Neil McIlwaine and sponsor Stephen Barry from Excel Roofing and Cladding

The female championship presentation – Drumlone Lulu with exhibitor Kenneith Veitch, judge Neil McIlwaine and sponsor Stephen Barry from Excel Roofing and Cladding

Also from the same home was the reserve supreme and reserve senior male champion Coolnaslee Lamarr. Another 16 month old sired by Goldstar Hugo2 and out of the homebred Coolnaslee Dancer who is sired by the 14,000gns Allanfauld Superscot, this time purchased by Dermot McCullagh who paid 4,100gns to take him home to Swatragh, Co Derry.

Top priced and reserve junior male champion Coolnaslee Lyle at 5,100gns

Top priced and reserve junior male champion Coolnaslee Lyle at 5,100gns

Reserve supreme champion - Coolnaslee Lamarr at 4,100gns

Reserve supreme champion – Coolnaslee Lamarr at 4,100gns

Two further lots made the same price of 4,100gns; the first was a July 2015-born lad from Jeremy Paynter, Hockley, Co Armagh. Drumilly Legend, a son of the popular AI sire Goldies Eddy and homebred dam Drumilly Favourite who goes back to Oldstone Egbert was knocked down to RD Armstrong, Lisburn, Co Antrim who moments later went on to purchase the red ticket winning Burnside Lightning for 3,800gns. Lightning is another 15 month old this time sired by the 9,000gns Balmoral supreme champion Goldies Carnival and exhibited by Brian and William McAllister, Kells, Co Antrim.

Drumilly Legend at 4,100gns

Drumilly Legend at 4,100gns

Burnside Lightning at 3,800gns

Burnside Lightning at 3,800gns

The McAllister’s went on to sell the September 2015-born Burnside Lawman. The 16,000gns Stirling junior champion and Caithness Show supreme champion Clyth Diplomat is the sire of this one and he took the fancy of Doris Robb, Castlederg, Co Tyrone who paid 3,600gns to take him home.

Matching the 4,100gns price tag was an entry from Stuart and David Bothwell, Ballina Mallard, Co Fermanagh. The 14 month old Killadeas Liam heads to Co Down to work at Castlewellan for Rowland Wilson and the breeding here includes; sire Blelack Digger and the 16,000gns Stirling supreme champion Blackford Dynamite daughter Killadeas Holly.

Killadeas Liam at 4,100gns

Killadeas Liam at 4,100gns

Just behind on 3,900gns was and entry from Sean McGovern, Clogher, Co Tyrone. Ratoary Logan a June 2015-born son of the Clogher Show reserve intermediate champion bull Ratoary Honkydory was tapped out as Junior Male Champion earlier in the day and snapped up by James Rice, Armagh, Co Armagh.

Junior male champion Ratoary Logan at 3,900gns

Junior male champion Ratoary Logan at 3,900gns

Mr McGovern later went on to secure 3,500gns for the 15 month old yellow ticket winner Ratoary Lancer and the man behind the money on this 13,000gns Conval Frank son was S Dobbin, Ballycastle, Co Antrim.

Ratoary Lancer ET at 3,500gns

Ratoary Lancer ET at 3,500gns

 

Three bulls were knocked down at 3,700gns a piece, with the first coming from Jack Smyth, Magheracolton, Co Tyrone. The 19 month old supreme and senior male champion Bessiebell Luigi was purchased by R McIlvar, Garvagh, Co Derry and the breeding here includes popular AI bull Alwent Goldbar and the Doonally New sired dam Aghyoule Finoula. Matching the 3,700gns price tag was the May 2015-born Ballyoak Lazard consigned by Stephen and Angela McKenna, Clogher, Co Tyrone. This yellow ticket winner is sired by the 22,000gns Newhouse Bigal and out of the homebred dam Ballyoak Fresh going back to the 14,000gns Allanfauld Superscot and was knocked down to Brian Halliday, Rathfriland, Co Down.

Supreme and senior male champion Bessiebell Luigi at 3,700gns

Supreme and senior male champion Bessiebell Luigi at 3,700gns

Ballyoak Lazard at 3,700gns

Ballyoak Lazard at 3,700gns

 

Another to sell at 3,700gns was Moorlough Lager. The July 2015-born Allanfauld Vagabond son Lager who stood second in his class was purchased by John Burke, Derrylin, Co Fermanagh and exhibited by James McBride, Strabane, Co Tyrone.

An entry from Douglas Morrow, Coleraine, Co Derry was next to sell in a 3,500gns deal to Donald Kane, Ballymena, Co Antrim which was the class winning Ramrad Laurence an 18 month old son of the 13,000gns Royal Highland Show class winner Allanfauld Hustler.

Female Section

Female champion Drumlone Lulu at 3,000gns

Female champion Drumlone Lulu at 3,000gns

Reserve female champion Moorlough Joanna at 2,500gns

Reserve female champion Moorlough Joanna at 2,500gns

Leading the bids for the females at 3,000gns was the female champion Drumlone Lulu. Coming from Kenneth Veitch, Lisbellaw, Co Fermanagh and selling to the up and coming young breeder Andrew Dunne from Kinawley, Co Fermanagh. The parents of this Feburary 2015-born lass are dam Drumlone Gwen by Maerdy Grimaldi and sire Highland Show reserve junior bull champion Elgin Davinci.

Following on and the first of two to sell at 2,500gns was the reserve female champion Moorlough Joanna, another entry from James McBride. This September 2014-born daughter of Liscally ETI and Moorlough Annie who goes back to the 10,000gns Portadown supreme champion Moorlough Palo was purchased by Liam Ruddy, Strabane, Co Tyrone.

Matching the 2,500gns price was a heifer from Stuart and David Bothwell. Herbert Kerr, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh took home Killadeas Joan a June 2014-born daughter of the 16,000gns Blackford Dynamite.

The sale was rounded off with the dispersal of the Liscurry herd on behalf of Alistair, Trevor and William Hume, Strabane, Co Tyrone.

The favourite in this section and commanding a bid of 3,400gns from Richard Bailie, Newtownhamilton, Co Down was the Blelack Digger daughter Liscurry Gemini and her 6 month old twin bull calves Liscurry Masterstroke and Liscurry Michelangelo sired by Liscurry Hercules.

Also in the money at 2,700gns was the mother and son pair Liscurry Goldie by Blelack Digger and the July-born Liscurry Magnificient who is also sired by Liscurry Hercules purchased by Lewis McClinton, Glenarm, Co Antrim.

Averages: 27 bulls £3,290, nine heifers £2,228 Liscurry Dispersal: three cow and calves £2,852, four heifers £1,324 Auctioneers: Dungannon Farmers Mart

Dungannon November 2016 Show Results

Class 1 – Bulls born on or between 17/02/2015 & 04/04/2015 1st – J Smyth – Bessiebell Luigi – s. Alwent Goldbar 2nd – O’Kane Bros – Ovill Leary ET – s. Dingle Hofmeister 3rd – E & A Morrison – Drummeer Lewis – s. Blelack Digger

Class 2 – Bulls born on or between 10/04/2015 & 08/05/2015 1st – Douglas Morrow – Ramrad Laurence – s. Allanfauld Hustler 2nd – David & Albert Connolly – Brigadoon Liberty – s. Royal Cheiftan 3rd – Clive Hoey – Rawbrooke Legend ET – s. Maerdy Dublin

Class 3 – Bulls born on or between 20/05/2015 & 08/06/2015 1st – Gilbert Crawford – Coolnaslee Lamarr – s. Goldstar Hugo2 2nd – S & A McKenna – Ballyoak Lazard – s. Newhouse Bigal 3rd – VG Cunningham – Cunnsallagh Leeroy – s. Indurain

Class 4 – Bulls born on or between 10/06/2015 & 23/06/2015 1st – Sean McGovern – Ratoary Logan – s. Ratoary Honkydory 2nd – Derek Hume – Culnagechan Luner – s. Whitecliffe Highlight 3rd – Robin & Agnes Todd – Cappagh Luke – s. Blelack Goldenboy

Class 5 – Bulls born on or between 25/06/2015 & 10/07/2015 1st – Gilbert Crawford – Coolnaslee Lyle – s. Goldstar Hugo2 2nd – James McBride – Moorlough Lager – s. Allanfauld Vagabond 3rd – Jeremy Paynter – Drumilly Legend – s. Goldies Eddy

Class 6 – Bulls born on or between 15/07/2015 & 09/09/2015 1st – Brian & William McAllister – Burnside Lightning – s. Goldies Carnival 2nd – Sean McGovern – Ratoary Lancer ET – s. Conval Frank 3rd – Brian & William McAllister – Burnside Lawman – s. Clyth Diplomat

Class 7 – Females born on or between 26/06/2014 & 04/11/2014 1st – James McBride – Moorlough Joanna – s. Liscally ETI 2nd – Stuart and David Bothwell – Killadeas Jacinta – s. Blackford Dynamite 3rd – Stuart and David Bothwell – Killadeas Joan – s. Blackford Dynamite

Class 8 – Females born on or between 30/01/2015 & 08/03/2015 1st – Kenneth Veitch – Drumlone Lulu – s. Elgin Davinci 2nd – Harold Stubbs & Alan Burleigh – Derryharney Lappy – s. Glenross Graham 3rd – Caldwell McAskie – Mountjoy Lark – s.Alwent Goldbar

 

Class 9 – Females born on or between 14/07/2015 & 30/08/2015 1st – Clive Hoey – Rawbrooke Lola – s. Maerdy Dublin 2nd – Stuart and David Bothwell – Killadeas Lana – s. Goldies Usher 3rd – Stuart and David Bothwell – Killadeas Lillian – s. Blackford Dynamite

Senior & Supreme Male Champion J Smyth – Bessiebell Luigi – s. Alwent Goldbar Reserve Senior & Supreme Male Champion Gilbert Crawford – Coolnaslee Lamarr – s. Goldstar Hugo2

Junior Male Champion Sean McGovern – Ratoary Logan – s. Ratoary Honkydory Reserve Junior Male Champion Gilbert Crawford – Coolnaslee Lyle – s. Goldstar Hugo2

Female Champion Kenneth Veitch – Drumlone Lulu – s. Elgin Davinci Reserve Female Champion James McBride – Moorlough Joanna – s. Liscally ETI