Holsworthy


May 10, 2016 Martland Charolais herd dispersal peaked at 3,700gns

Females sold to a top price of 3,700gns and the 24 cow and calf lots averaged £2,254. Bulls reached 3,500gns with 8 lots averaging £2,783 at the 2006 established Martland herd dispersal sale on behalf of John and Caroline Wlyde, Woolavington, Somerset at Exeter Livestock Centre on Friday 6th May.

Hannah, John, Caroline & Amy Wylde

Hannah, John, Caroline & Amy Wylde

Topping the prices at 3,700gns was a cow and calf outfit. The 2010-born Martland Flower sired by Moynton Carlton and her three month old heifer calf Martland Mayflower sired by Doonally Olmeto found a new home with DC Crosier, Middlezoy, Bridgewater.

Top Price Martland Flower & Martland Mayflower 3,700gns

Top Price Martland Flower & Martland Mayflower 3,700gns

Just behind at 3,400gns was a split pair. The four year old Blelack Digger daughter Culmvale Honey TI +55 SRI +55 caught the eye of DP & B Smith, Dingestow, Monmouthshire who later purchased two more lots and her seven month old son Martland Lincoln sired by Blakestown Trustee was purchased by T Gaden, Stow on the Wold, Glocestershire.

Another split lot going on to two separate homes this time for a total of 3,000gns was Champflower Cilla. This daughter of Tolland Universe bred by F Evens, Taunton, Somerset was snapped up by Jane Haw, Dorchester, Dorset and L Darch, Chard, Somerset purchased her July 2015-born heifer calf Martland Legacy sired by Skysea Fearless.

Martland James

Martland James

The next pair went for 2,750gns and Jane Haw purchased the bull calf Martland Lancaster another by Skysea Fearless at 8 months old. His dam Martland Hippy a September 2014-born twin by the 14,000gns Devon County Show Champion Beanhill Echo caught the eye of MJ & GM Summers, Dulverton, Somerset, who also liked the look of her twin sister Martland Hoppy. Hoppy’s 9 month old bull calf Martland Lavish a son of Esperanto was purchased by CD Bailey, Iddesleigh, Devon and the pair fetched a total of 2,200gns.

Next to purchase were JP and PC Turner, Tintagel, Cornwall who bought the four year old Martland Gabriella and her month old bull calf Martland Magnum sired by Skysea Fearless for 2,450gns. Gabriella who is a full sister to the 11,000gns Martland Heavyweight is a daughter of the homebred Martland Eric.

Minutes earlier the 2010-born Moynton Tyrone daughter Martland Fifi and her two month old bull calf Martland Marmite – another by Fearless – were knocked down sold for 2,400gns to GR Gould, Minehead, Somerset.

Finishing off the females at 2,300gns was another split pair. Littlebovey Cala bred by Mr H and Mrs E Vooght Bovey Tracey, Devon sired by Balthayock Tomahawk went home with JM Stone, Kingsbridge, Devon. Her eight month old Skysea Fearless son Martland Lionheart TI +47 SRI +50 was purchased by RS Robson, Launceston, Cornwall.

The eight young bulls on offer met with a ready trade and leading the bids at 3,500gns was the 14 month old Martland Leon TI +41 SRI +40 sired by Skysea Fearless who goes on to work in Purton, Wiltshire with FR Crew.

Making 3,100gns was the September 2014-born Martland James, the man behind the money on this Liscally Eti ET son was K Tovey, Bishops Sutton, Bristol.

The fourteen month old Skysea Fearless son Martland Lourie TI +48 SRI +45 was the next highest priced at 2,900gns and was purchased by JS and J Down Ltd, Taunton, Somerset.

Following on at 2,550gns was another the same age and by the same sire, Martland Larger TI +43 SRI +40. Forking out the cash for this one was OJ and DJ Nelmes, Warmwell, Dorchester

Two bulls were knocked down at 2,500gns a piece with the first being purchased by KM Clark, Newton Abbot, Devon. The January 2015-born Martland Levi is sired by Doonally Olmeto.

Matching the 2,500gns price tag was Martland Larkin – another fourteen month old by Fearless. The final bidder was JP Williams, Yelverton, Devon.

Average: 8 bulls £2,783; 24 cows with calves £2,254; 10 heifers £1,323 Auctioneers: Kivells


April 14, 2016 Much Improved Charolais Sale at Holsworthy

Reserve Champion Lovistone Lincoln & Champion Martland Justabout with Judge Alistair Lyle

Reserve Champion Lovistone Lincoln & Champion Martland Justabout with Judge Alistair Lyle

A small but high-quality offering of Charolais bulls saw a high of 4,400gns at the South West Charolais Association’s annual sale at Holsworthy on Wednesday 13th April, where bulls averaged £3,159 with a clearance rate of 75%.

Leading the bids at 4,400gns was the May 2014-born Trenestrall Jack sired by Springfarm Eldon and out of a homebred dam going back to Mowbraypark Topredo. Jack caught the eye of B Clarke, Doddiscombleigh, Exeter and was bred and exhibited by Will Palmer and Son, Truro, Cornwall.

Mr Palmer took two others which also went home with new owners. First going for 3,200gns was Trenestrall Joode, a 22 month old son of Westcarse Beefy who was purchased by Messrs Hembrow, Braddock, Cornwall.

Minutes earlier Messrs Smallwood, Germansweek, Devon snapped up Mr Palmers’ other entry Trenestrall Jivago, another 22 month old this time sired by Mortimers Cosmo at 2,300gns.

Champion Martland Justabout 4,000gns

Champion Martland Justabout 4,000gns

Next at 4,000gns was the Champion, an entry from John Wylde, Woolavington, Somerset. The April 2014-born Martland Justabout, a son of Skysea Fearless and out of Champflower Cilla – who will be sold at the Martland herd dispersal sale next month – went home to Lifton, Devon with Messrs Batten.

Marne Jewel 1,550gns

Marne Jewel 1,550gns

Leading the bids for the females at 1,550gns was the blue ticket winner Marne Jewel, bred and exhibited by Robert Tremayne. Jewel, a 25 month old heifer sired by the Black Isle Show champion Lochend Apache was purchased by DP Daniel, North Pentherwin, Cornwall.

Mr Daniel also took home the class winner Marne Jennica for 1,500gns, an April 2014-born out of the same sire and exhibited by Michelle Hanson, Wendron, Cornwall.

Finally two young heifers sired by Balbithan Eira and shown by David and Bernadette Stacey, St Austell, Cornwall, also found new homes. First at 1,300gns was the 14 month old Polgoda Lily TI +42 SRI +43 stayed local going to Truro with EP Loader and the 13 month old Polgoda Lavendar was snapped up for 1,200gns by EC Haste, Beaworthy, Devon.

Average: 6 bulls £3,159; 5 Females, £1,376
Auctioneers: Kivells


May 19, 2014 Louis Charolais dispersal peaks at 3,600gns twice

Charolais sold to a top of 3,600gns twice in Exeter on Saturday 17 May when George and Vernon Staddon, Plymouth dispersed their Louis herd.

The first lot into the ring, Louis Celandine sold for 3,400 gns at the Louis dispersal sale on behalf of Messrs Staddon

The first lot into the ring, Louis Celandine sold for 3,400 gns at the Louis dispersal sale on behalf of Messrs Staddon

The first 3,600gns bid was made for Louis Daffodil, a six year old Louis Axminster daughter offered with her seven month old bull by Thrunton Fitzroy. The buyer was Brian Lavis, Okehampton. The second 3,600gns call came later in the day from Fred Hayes, South Molton for Louis Henstridge, a two year old bull by Cockerington Brutus.

First lot in the ring, Louis Celandine, a seven year old by Shraden Tophat sold with her nine month old bull calf by Thrunton Fitzroy was secured for 3,400gns by Colin Edwards, Tavistock. Next at 2,600gns was another Tophat daughter, the 10 year old Louis Velvet accompanied by her eight month old heifer to Patrick Greed, Exeter.

The spring calved cows were headed at 2,050gns for Louis Daisy, a Louis Axminster daughter with her three month old heifer to Paul Harris, Kingswear. Leading served heifer at 1,550gns was Louis Gillia, a Cockerington Brutus daughter to Messrs Chandler, Shropshire.

The herd’s stock bull, Thrunton Fitzroy a three and a half year old by Maerdy Cecil made 2,700gns to Messrs Gribble, Launceston, whilst Tolgus Dependabull, a six year old year old Moynton Alexis son attracted a 2,000gns call from Ross Skelley, Plymouth. 

Averages: 22 cows with calves £2,100, 4 in calf heifers £1,470, 11 maiden heifers £1,160, 5 bulls £2,572

Auctioneers: Kivells & Husseys, Exeter Livestock Centre

 

 


April 24, 2014 Holsworthy Charolais peak at 4,400gns

Charolais sold to a top of 4,400gns in Holsworthy on Wednesday 23 April at the South West Charolais Association’s annual spring sale.

Sale leader at 4,400gns was Balbithan Fiji TI +15, SRI +6, a four year old by Newhouse Benson daughter sold with Balbithan Jamaica, her 10 week old bull by Loganbar Goran. Bred by Mr and Mrs Andrew White, Worth Matravers, Dorchester and turned out by herdsperson, Jane Haw, Fiji was no stranger to the ring having secured various successes on the 2013 show circuit, including the interbreed exhibitor bred cow title at the Royal Cornwall. The pair was knocked down sold to Lisa Davey, Launceston.

Leading the bull trade at 3,400gns was Trenestrall Hike, a rising two year old from Will Palmer and Son, Ruan Highlanes, Truro. Sired by Harviestoun Flambeau, he went home with A Lee-Shute, Camworthywater, Launceston.

A bid of 2,900gns from Messrs McInerney, Exeter secured the two year old Bailea Highresolution by Bailea Ulysse from Brian Jones, Heol Senni, Brecon.

Two entries were sold for 2,700gns. First to go was  Mr and Mrs Andrew White’s Balbithan Ivanhoe, a 14 month old by the 10,000gns Chunal Dougie to Rob Tucker, Tavistock. Minutes later, the 13 month old Polgoda Ivor TI +35, SRI +36 by Beanhill Fantastic commanded the second 2,700gns bid. Bred and exhibited by DR and B Stacey, Bugle, St Austell, he was knocked down sold to M and S Littlejohns, Okehampton, Devon.

A bid of 2,500 was made by W G Smythe and Son, Barnstaple for Marne Imperial, a 15 month old Goldstar Echo son from R Tremayne, Gweek, Helston

Beanhill Highlight TI +50, SRI +47, a 19 month old Blelack Digger son from RJ and BE Kimber,Christian Malford, Chippenham made 2,400gns to B and T Baker, Barnstaple, Devon.

Averages: 8 bulls £2,802
Auctioneers: Kivells


April 25, 2013 Holsworthy Charolais peak at 4,300gns

Charolais bulls sold to a top of 4,300gns in Holsworthy on Thursday 24 April at the South West Charolais Association`s annual spring sale.

The judge Mike Yeandle is flanked by John Wylde and his champion bull Martland Grazer and Jane Haw with the reserve champion Balbithan Heineken

The judge Mike Yeandle is flanked by John Wylde and his champion bull Martland Grazer and Jane Haw with the reserve champion Balbithan Heineken

Sale leader at 4,300gns was the champion, Martland Grazer TI +27, SRI +23, a 21 month old by the 55,000gns Sportsman Columbo and out of a homebred dam. Bred and exhibited by J and C Wylde, Woolavington, Bridgwater he was knocked down sold to PL Heard, Okehampton.

Earlier in the day, Mr Heard had offered his Meldon George TI +33, SRI +31, a rising two year old by Broadbury Diesel to Messrs Needham and Son, Bucklands Newton who also went to 2,300gns for Wyvern Goodun TI +54, SRI +45, a two year old Blelack Digger son from DM Barker, Heathfield Taunton.The day’s second highest call at 3,600gns was the 14 month old Blelack Digger son, Beanhill Harry TI +70, SRI +74 from RJ and BE Kimber, Christian Malford, Chippenham to MS Andrews, Winsford, Minehead.

A bid of 3,200gns secured Downtown Grady TI +33, SRI +26 for A J & D M Finnemore, Camelford. A 20 month old by Balbithan Condor, he was bred and exhibited by Brian Lavis, Bridestowe, Okehampton.

Two, two year old heifers by the 10,000gns Perth champion, Chunal Dougie from Mr and Mrs Andrew White, Worth Matravers led the female section and both were secured by H Dunstan and Sons, Mabe, Penryn. Balbithan Godmanston TI +38, SRI +46 made 3,400gns, while Balbithan Galaxy TI +20 SRI +32 attracted a 3,000gns bid.

Averages: 8 bulls £3,189; 6 females £2,138.

Auctioneers: Kivells

 

John Wylde puts Martland Grazer under auctioneer Mark Bommel's gavel

John Wylde puts Martland Grazer under auctioneer Mark Bromell’s gavel

Philip Heard sold Meldon George for 3,400gns

Philip Heard sold Meldon George for 3,400gns

 


September 28, 2012 Penhole Charolais peak at 4,600gns

Penhole

Charolais females from the Penhole dispersal at Exeter Livestock Centre

Charolais met a solid demand selling to a top of 4,600gns when W B Gubbin and Son, Launceston, Cornwall, dispersed their Penhole herd at Exeter Livestock Centre on Friday 28 September.

Heading the dispersal at 4,600gns was Penhole Eternity, a three year old by the 8,500gns Coolnaslee Valour and out of a homebred dam. She was sold with her three month old calf, Penhole Harpsichord by Penhole Dannyboy, and was pd’d in calf to Penhole Admirable. Eternity was secured by S J Gabriel, Launceston, Cornwall. The same buyer also made a call of 2,600gns for the four year old Penhole Denise and her three month old heifer calf Penhole Hibiscus, by Dannyboy. Denise was also sired by stock bull Valour, out of a homebred dam and pd’d in calf to Admirable.

Next at 4,200gns came Penhole Deutzia, another Valour daughter and out of a homebred dam, with her three month old heifer calf Penhole Highness by Dannyboy. This four year old was pd’d in calf to Admirable and knocked down sold to N A McInerney, Exeter, Devon.

Leading the entry of Penhole bulls at 3,200gns was Penhole Generator, an 18 month old by Dannyboy and out of a homebred dam. He was secured by W Haydon and Son, Exeter, Devon.

Purchased for 2,900gns was the two year old heifer Penhole Flame. In calf to Admirable, this one was by the 6,600gns Edenhurst Regal, a bull going back to Oldstone Egbert, and out of a homebred dam. She sold to R J Gregory and Son, Truro, Cornwall. A consignment of bulls from South West breeders were also up for sale with the same buyers reaping back their investment with their 16 month old bull, Kerling Goldie TI+49, SRI +49, sold for 3,300gns. Goldie, by the 16,000gns Clyth Diplomat and out of Trescoll Charlotte, was secured by Messrs Vooght, Exeter, Devon.

Averages: 13 cows in calf/with calves at foot £2,698; 6 in calf heifers £2,459; 10 maiden heifers £1,760; 3 bulls £2,468.