Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 December 2014

Balmoral Show results 2010: Day Two

Balmoral Show.  Roy Graham who is the Chief Sheep Supervisor
Balmoral Show. Roy Graham who is the Chief Sheep Supervisor
David Scally with Starboard at the Balmoral Show. May 2010
Balmoral Show 2010
Balmoral Show. May 2010.
Mihall McCrea enjoys an ice cream at the Balmoral Show. May 2010
Alan Lewis - Photopress Belfast 12/5/2010Mandatory Credit - Picture by Justin KernoghanSecurity on High Alert as The Prince of Wales enjoying the 'CRAIC' at The Balmoral Show at the King's Hall in Belfast today - The Prince arrived in Northern Ireland on a royal visit. Prince Charles travelled to the Royal Ulster Agricultural Show (RUAS) at the King's Hall complex, south Belfast.He was greeted by a number of dignitaries including the city's Lord Mayor Naomi Long and Dame Mary Peters DBE who is Lord Lieutenant of Belfast.He also met Dr Malcolm McKibbin, Permanent Secretary, DARD, Robin Morrow, John Bamber and Colin McDonald from the RUAS.At the show, he will tour and meet livestock exhibitors, judges and stewards.In the Garden Village at the complex, he will also have the opportunity to view the flower arranging, bee keeping and Young Farmers Club (YFC) exhibits.He is also due to present prizes to breed champions in the course of the afternoon.
The first day of the Balmoral Show. Ellie McGill and Amy Morrow aged 8 petting a pony
Minister Michelle Gildernew MP MLA was speaking at the Balmoral Show which was attended by President Mary McAleese
Balmoral Show May 2010
12th May 2010 Balmoral Show - Kirree and Cesar Kermode from Isle of Man
Sharon and Ruby Burgess from Comber
Eva, Killean, Maeve, and Luke O'Hare from Belfast
Balmoral Show 2010
Newly Elected MP for North Antrim Ian Paisley Junior meeting HRH Prince Charles at Balmoral Show.
The Prince of Wales at the Balmoral Show. May 2010
Extreme Motocross riders perform tricks in the Grandstand at the Balmoral Show
Extreme Motocross riders perform tricks in the Grandstand
Showjumping at the Balmoral Show. Cruisings Micky Finn ridden by Olive Clarke
Thousands visited day one of the Balmoral Show 2010
Team Extreme: New shows aimed at the younger generation at the Balmoral Show
Lois Lyttle pictured with a baby chick
Showjumping at the Balmoral Show. Back in Business ridden by Mennell Watson
A man grooming his sheep at the Balmoral Show
Extreme motocross riders perform tricks in the Grandstand during the first day of the Balmoral Show
Janice Neil pictured with horses Bernie and Alfie
Kirree and Cesar Kermode from Isle of Man. Day One of The Ulster Bank Balmoral Show
Sharon and Ruby Burgess from Comber. Day One of The Ulster Bank Balmoral Show
tEva, Killean, Maeve, and Luke O'Hare . Day One of The Ulster Bank Balmoral Show
Prince Charles during day one of The Ulster Bank Balmoral Show
Prince Charles enjoys an ice cream
Day one of The Ulster Bank Balmoral Show. Henry Elvin, of Balmoral Show principal Sponsor Ulster Bank welcomed Ian Paisley Junior to the bank stand at the show. The Ulster Bank Charity Cash Cow is raising funds for Rural Support. All of the coins making up the 'artwork' will be donated to the charity after the show
Chloe McKibbin, 4, from Coleraine
Prince Charles at the Balmoral Show. May 2010
Prince Charles at the Balmoral Show. May 2010
Prince Charles at the Balmoral Show. May 2010
The Balmoral Show on the opening day. May 2010 .A showman with his Hereford cow.
12.05.10. The first day of the Balmoral Show which took place in the Kings Hall, Belfast. Adam McKinley aged 3 looking at the chicks
12.05.10. The first day of the Balmoral Show which took place in the Kings Hall, Belfast. Thomas Cole holding a rare Leicster Long Wool lamb
12th May 2010. Day One of The Ulster Bank Balmoral Show at The Kings Hall, Belfast. Alfie Murray with his Beltex Sheep
Graham and Howard McFarland
David Jardine
2th May 2010. Balmoral Show at The Kings Hall, Belfast. 4 Year Old Chloe McKibbin from Coleraine with the Ulser Bank cash cow
General view of the Balmoral Show on the opening day. 2010
Balmoral Show on the opening day. 2010. Nigel Dunlop from Hillsborough with his son Isaac
A very rare animal of an altogether different kind will be on display at this year's Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank. A valuable new Brit Art style bovine sculpture made from thousands of highly polished coins of various denominations was be unveiled to visitors at the RUAS showgrounds this morning
Tommy McKean from Killaloo near L-Derry pictured with one of his North Country Cheviot.
The first day of the Balmoral Show which took place in the Kings Hall, Belfast. Noel Regan with his horse Shey
The first day of the Balmoral Show which took place in the Kings Hall, Belfast. Janice Neil pictured with horses Bernie and Alfie
The first day of the Balmoral Show which took place in the Kings Hall, Belfast. Police presence at the show as they prepare for the arrival of Prince Charles
Jane Bradbury with her horse Bloomfield Ackzo
The Balmoral Show on the opening day. May 2010
Preparations underway at the Balmoral Show as people get ready for 3 days of showjumping and cattle showing
Preparations underway at the Balmoral Show as people get ready for 3 days of showjumping and cattle showing
Preparations underway at the Balmoral Show as people get ready for 3 days of showjumping and cattle showing
Preparations underway at the Balmoral Show as people get ready for 3 days of showjumping and cattle showing
Preparations underway at the Balmoral Show as people get ready for 3 days of showjumping and cattle showing
Elaine Hunter, Ballymoney, with her Polled Dorset sheep at Balmoral Show
Agriculture Minister Michelle Gildernew and EU Agriculture Commissioner Mariann Fischer Boel take shelter during a shower of rain with UFU President Graham Furey at Balmoral Show
Sammy Wilson, proved to be dairy good when he tried his hand at milking Daisy the Dale Farm Cow at the Balmoral Show
Nadia Moore and Rebecca Wallace from Annalong with puppies in the childrens farm at the Balmoral show
Colin and Raymond Todd from Lisburn with his Blonde Junior Champion at the Balmoral show
A belgian Blue Bull gets a welcome shower after a hard day at the Balmoral show
Uncle Hugo entertains the crowds at the Balmoral show
Moycraig Young Farmers battle through the rain in the YFC Tog O War competition
Connor Colins, Ciara Cook, Martin Devine, Amy Hale and Susan McCord from St Kevins Falls Rd Belfast who won the global food network competition to grow their own food at the Balmoral show
Karren Wells from Markethill celebrates with her goat Molly after winning her class at the Balmoral show
Titan the ASDA robot entertains at the Balmoral show
Titan the ASDA robot entertains the people at the Balmoral Show
Shirley Anderson, from Ballymena, hands her entry for a prize draw to Anne Hagan on the Ulster Bank stand at Balmoral Show
Stephen MacAuley and William Edgar, from Downpatrick, give David George, Ulster Bank business development manager, a demonstration of how to get sheep ready for the show ring
Free rain macs proved popular with visitors to Balmoral Show after showers on Thursday afternoon
Cormac McKervey, Ulster Bank, discusses the agricultural economy with Farm Minister Michelle Gildernew during a visit to Balmoral Show on Thursday afternoon
Elaine Hunter, Ballymoney, with her Polled Dorset sheep
Fred Loughridge, Armoy, getting his sheep ready for showing at Balmoral Show
Kirsty Clarke and Caroline Woolsey, Ballygowan getting ready to show their Ballymartin Herefords at Ballymoral Show
Jonathan Farrell and Alan Kennedy enjoying a cup of tea before showing their cattle at Balmoral Show
Watching the Horses at the Balmoral Show
In the Cattle Market at the Balmoral Show
Clodagh McGovern has her Bull Ratorty Dollar in the perfect stance at the Balmoral Show
Freestyle Motorcycling at the Balmoral Show
Watching the Horses at the Balmoral Show
Taking a break at the Balmral Show
Bethany Boyd in with her fathers Ile De France flock at the Balmoral Show
Lara Ormedilla with her Horse Adamstown at the Balmoral Show
Kim Robinson and Nicola Greer Shelter from the rain at the Balmoral Show
Jamie McDowell and David Fitzgerald Caught on Camera at the Balmoral Show
Tony Sutcliffe on hand to provide medical assistance if needed
Vicky McClinchie (18) from Belcoo and Adam Fowler
An Owl at the Balmoral show.
Orla Coyle (17), Kathy McKinstrey (17), Elaine Crosier (17) and Kirsty Ridelle (16), all from Armagh.
Lynn Kelly with Morgan (5) and Madison (4) from Strabane
An entertainer on stilts entertains the children
Andrew King at the Balmoral show
John Stephenson (58), sheep farmer from County Durham, England and John Blaney (58) from Cushendun.
Yvonne Kilrane (15), Katie Tyrell (15), Valerie Donegan (15) and Niall Tiernan (14), all from Leitrim.
A child at the show eats ice cream in the warm sun
David Cunningham at the Balmoral show
John Charmichael with one of the eagles
Gwen Scott with her horse at the Balmoral show
Robert and Sylvia Steele, horse owners from Comber
Conor O Donaghue (28), charity worker from Limerick and Kevin O Leary (24) from Cork.
Noel Regan (65) from Roscommon with his wife Ann Regan (55) from Swansea and John Stewart (59) from Moneydig.
John Stewart (59) from Moneydig.
UUP European election candidate Jim Nicholson on his tractor
Belfast sculptor, Rachel Dickson working on the Dromona cheesy replicas of First and deputy First Ministers, Peter Robinson MP MLA and Martin McGuinness MP
Ruth Wilson, 24, who is competing in the Small Hunters Equestrian Event.
Children enjoy their day at the Balmoral Show
Geoff Holden Director of Exhibition Stand Design and Construction finishes putting together one of the stands
Laverne Bell, Renny McKeown and Johanna Hobes from the Northern Ireland Environment Agency finish putting up their display
Alison Connelly and Kenny Gracy with Forthill Ellen
Gary Hanna from Draperhill and Money Nabane Limousins brushes the cows
Eilidh Duncan with her horse "Flightpath"
The Balmoral Show first day. People view what it has to offer
Julie McConkey with Mishna
One of the judges at the Balmoral Show
People view what goes on at the balmoral show
Ayesha Akkari, Tiffinee Dickson, Alanna Dickson and Jennifer Sloan at the petting den
The horses which compete in equestrian competitions
Kathryn Moore (5) from Ballyclare 'Says Dromona Cheese' with her cheesiest smile at the Dale Farm stand at the Balmoral Show 2009
Hannah Mahood (4) from Donaghadee 'Says Dromona Cheese' with her cheesiest smile at the Dale Farm stand at the Balmoral Show 2009
Martin Rogan at The Balmoral Show
Arlene Foster (centre) with Sean Owens and Diana Porter, Ulster Pork and Bacon Forum
Arlene Foster (centre) with Clarke Miller, Miller Savory Foods and Clarke Black Chairman Food Promotion Northern Ireland.
Farmer showing off their prize sheep
The 2009 Balmoral Show at the King's Hall
A young farmer shows off his prize bull
2 year old Sam Geary finds himself a huge toilet to sit on at the NI Water stand
10 year old Fay Stockdale enjoying the Children's Farm
Young Lamas are a star attraction with the children
Art College student Jonny Shields puts the finishing touches to his First Minister, Peter Robinson, and Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, made from cheese
"One heavy weight Champion meets another" Martin Rogan with prize winning bull Son Of Rocky
Finishing touches are put to a horse, on day one of the annual Royal Ulster Agricultural Show
Tea and sandwiches are served in the horse trials area
Competitors in the horse trials area on day one of the annual Royal Ulster Agricultural Show
A competitor gets ready to compete in an equestrian event
A farmer power washes a bull prior to showing
Farmers relax on day one of the annual Royal Ulster Agricultural Show
Commonwealth Champion Martin Rogan with St.Kevins pupils at the Balmoral Show
SDLP European Election candidate Alban Maginness MLA squares up to Belfast's Commonwealth heavyweight champion Martin Rogan at the Balmoral Show
One of the horses in the stables
One of the Black Alpine goats which are very rare
The horses which are brought down to be judged
People view what goes on at the balmoral show
A llama at the Balmoral Show

Full results from the second day of the RUAS show.

HORSES

CHAMPION PRIZES, £300 and £150 - for the Champion and Reserve Champion Young Stock animals. Presented by the Society.

SP: Tierney, Mrs Daphne

Res: Broderick, Ms Noleen



THE ROYAL ULSTER RIFLES PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP - for the best One, Two or Three years old. Presented by Miss A D P McCammon, Holywood, in memory of all ranks of the Regiment who fell in the 1939-45 War.

SP: Tierney, Mrs Daphne

Res: Broderick, Ms Noleen



CHAMPIONSHIP ROSETTE- for the best Yearling. Presented by the Society.

SP: Gibson, Mr Desmond, Dromara

Res: Lyons Mrs Gillian, Ballynahinch



CHAMPIONSHIP ROSETTE- for the best Two or Three years old Filly. Presented by the Society.

Res: McArdle, Mr Vincent, Dundalk



THE SIR MILNE BARBOUR PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP - for the best animal, bred by exhibitor, in Classes 22-28. Presented by the Society.

SP: Tierney, Mrs Daphne

Res: McArdle, Mr Vincent, Dundalk



Hunters

MARE or GELDING, 4 years old, capable of carrying over 14st.

1st: Furlong, Donald, Ballinclare

2nd: Ryan, Mrs. Mairead, Co Dublin

3rd: Gibson, Mrs Diane, E G Newtownabbey

4th: Walsh, Mrs Dorothy, Belfast

5th: Glass, Mrs Sally, Portglenone

MARE or GELDING, 4 years old, capable of carrying 12st 7lb. and not exceeding 14st.

1st: Boggs, Miss Lynn, Dungannon

2nd: Tierney, Mrs Daphne

3rd: Ryan, Ms Judith, Banbridge

4th: Wallace Trevor, Dromore

5th:Boggs, Miss Lynn, Dungannon

6th:Jackson, Emma, Newtownards

MARE or GELDING, 4 years old, capable of carrying up to 12st 7lb.

1st: Webb, Ms Lesley, Comber BT23

2nd: Ryan, Mrs. Mairead, Co Dublin 3rd: Gibson, Mr Desmond, Dromara

4th: Horner, Miss L A H, Belfast

5th: Cox - Purcell Mrs Ali, Ratoath

6th: Johnston, Mr Terry, Portadown



MARE or GELDING, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 158cms, capable of carrying up to 12st.

1st: Wallace Trevor, Dromore

2nd: Martin, Miss Sharon J, Newtownards

3rd: English, Ms Sarah, Athlone

4th: Regan, Ms Ann, Trillick

5th: Smith, Mr James, Ballymena

6th: Bready, Mr Raymond, Portaferry



MARE or GELDING, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 158cms, capable of carrying up to 10st 7lb.

1st: Steele, Mrs Sylvia, Comber

2nd: Dunn, Mr Francis, Donaghadee

3rd: Lamont-Kane, Mrs Olive, Antrim

4th: Kennedy, J & K Ashford

5th: Meikle, Mrs Cheryl, Donaghadee 6th: Glendinning, Mrs Lorna A, Comber



MARE or GELDING, 5 years old or over, capable of carrying over 14st.

1st: Rooney, Maura, Mullingar

2nd:McGrath, Mr Gerard, Comber

3rd: Blackwood, Lady Perdita, Newtownards

4th: Corr, Mr D, Moy

5th: Johnston, Mr Terry, Portadown

6th: McIlwaine, W, Hillsborough



MARE or GELDING, 5 years old or over, capable of carrying 12st 7lb and not exceeding 14st

1st: Fallon, Mr Patrick, Comber

2nd: Lynch, Mr James, Comber

3rd: Wallace Trevor, Dromore

4th: Henry, Mrs Sylvia, Comber

5th: Smith, Ms Gillian, Comber

6th: Clancy, Mrs Lila, Ferns



MARE or GELDING, 5 years old or over, capable of carrying up to 12st 7lb.

1st: Kirkpatrick, Mrs Alison, Portaferry

2nd: Flanagan, Dr Heather, Donaghadee

3rd:Tierney, Mrs Daphne

4th:Lynch, Mr James, Comber

5th: McCartan, Mrs N J, Comber

6th: Lewis, Mrs Desna, Dromara



CHAMPION PRIZES, £300 and £150- for the Champion and Reserve Champion Hunter. Presented by the Creightons of Finaghy.

SP: Fallon, Mr Patrick, Comber

Res: Lynch, Mr James, Comber



THE ROYAL ULSTER RIFLES PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP - for the best Hunter. Presented by Miss A D P McCammon, Holywood, in memory of all ranks of the Regiment who fell in the 1939-45 War.

SP: Fallon, Mr Patrick, Comber

Res: Lynch, Mr James, Comber



THE SIR MILNE BARBOUR PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP - for the best Hunter 4 years old in Classes 29-33. Presented by Mrs Elizabeth L M Barbour Paton.

SP: Boggs, Miss Lynn, Dungannon

Res: Furlong, Donald Ballinclare

Cobs

COB, MARE or GELDING, [Lightweight], 4 years old or over, not exceeding 155cms, capable of carrying up to 14st.

1st: McAteer, Mr Samuel A, Randalstown

2nd: Boggs, Miss Lynn, Dungannon

3rd: Lowry, Mr Nicholas, Fivemiletown

4th: Coulter, Leah, Bangor

5th: Leighton, Caroline, Ballymoney 6th: Manning, Ms Jackie Newtownards



COB, MARE or GELDING, [Heavyweight], 4 years old or over, not exceeding 155cms, capable of carrying over 14st.

1st: Smyth, Audrey, Crossgar

2nd: Purcell-Whyte, Mrs Jayne, Buxted

3rd: McAteer, Mr Samuel A, Randalstown

4th: Dunlop, L , Ballymena

5th: Snowden, Mrs Joanne, Preston

6th: Holian, Mr Vincent, Mullingar

CHAMPION PRIZES £50 and £25 - for the Champion and Reserve Champion Cob. Presented by the Society

SP: Smyth, Audrey, Crossgar

Res: McAteer, Mr Samuel A Randalstown



Ladies Hunters - Astride

MARE or GELDING, 4 and 5 years old, to be ridden by Ladies in Hunting Costume riding astride.

1st: Tierney, Mrs Daphne

2nd: Mac Auley, Miss Bridget, Cork

3rd: Jackson, Emma, Newtownards

4th: Scully, Olga, Galway

5th: Johnston, Mr Terry, Portadown 6th: Fallon, Mr Patrick, Comber



MARE or GELDING, 6 years old and over, to be ridden by Ladies in Hunting Costume riding astride.

1st: Wallace Trevor, Dromore

2nd: Clancy, Mrs Lila, Ferns

3rd: Lynch, Mr James, Comber

4th: McCorry, Mrs M S, Lurgan

5th: Rooney, Maura, Mullingar

6th: Butler, Michaela, Co Kildare



CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25- for the Champion and Reserve Champion Ladies' Hunter (Riding Astride). Presented by North Down Marquees.

SP: Tierney, Mrs Daphne

Res: Wallace Trevor, Dromore



THE ELIZABETH BARBOUR PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP - for the rider of the Champion Ladies' Hunter (Riding Astride). Presented by Mrs Elizabeth L M Barbour Paton.

SP: Tierney, Mrs Daphne

Res: Wallace Trevor, Dromore



Riding Horses

MARE or GELDING, 4 years old and over, over 148cms. Riders to have attained their 16th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

1st: Wallace Trevor, Dromore

2nd: Wilson, Miss Ruth, Carrickfergus

3rd: Mcbarron, Carol, Aghalee

4th:O'Dwyer, Ms Fiona, Kilcullen

5th:Stuart Mrs Adrienne, Bangor

6th: Spiller, Mrs Fiona, Ballymore



Ladies' Hunters - Side

MARE or GELDING, 4 years old or over, to be ridden by Ladies in Hunting Costume riding side saddle. (Riders must have attainted their 16th birthday before 1st January in the current year).

1st: McCartan, Mrs N J, Comber

2nd: Rodgers, Mr Harry, Stranraer

3rd: O'Gorman, Mr J Clones



CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25- for the Champion and Reserve Champion Ladies' Hunter (Side Saddle). Presented by The McCusker Group.

SP: McCartan, Mrs N J Comber

Res: Rodgers, Mr Harry, Stranraer



Private Driving

OPEN DRIVING CLASS, not exceeding 138cms, single or pairs

1st: McAuley, Mr Ben, Bangor

2nd: Carnduff, Mr. Jonathan, Millisle

3rd: McAnally, Mr William, Belfast

4th: Armstrong, Mrs Deborah, Hillsborough

5th: Bingham, Mr Joseph Ferguson, Banbridge

6th: Bailie, Mr James, Newtownards



OPEN DRIVING CLASS, over 138cms, single or pairs

1st; Brown, Mr Norman Lisburn

2nd: Carnduff, Mr. Jonathan, Millisle 3rd:Fawcett, Mr George, Saintfield



CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25 - for the Champion and Reserve Champion Private Driving exhibits. Presented by Ulster Mobile Exhibitions.

SP: Brown, Mr Norman Lisburn

Res: Carnduff, Mr. Jonathan Millisle

Hackneys

PONY, Single Harness, Open.

CLASS

1st:Trimble, Mr Paul Banbridge

2nd: O'Neill, Mr Denis, Belfast

3rd: Doran, Mr Robert, Annalong

4th: Stewart, Mr Brian, Newtownabbey

HORSE, Single Harness, Open.

1st:Hazlett, Mr Leslie, Ballymena

2nd: Crothers, James T

3rd: Cleland, Mr Joseph Belfast #

4th: Hanlon, Michael J, Ireland

5th: Skillen, Mrs Linda, Newry

6th: Sloan, Mr Thomas, Downpatrick



CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25 - for the Champion and Reserve Champion Hackney exhibits. Presented by Randox Laboratories.

Specials

SP: Trimble, Mr Paul, Banbridge

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Res: Hazlett, Mr Leslie, Ballymena



Miniature Horses

FILLY, COLT or GELDING, foaled in 2009, 32” - not expected to exceed 34” at maturity.

1st: Miss Michaela McFarland, Enniskillen

2nd: Miss Michaela McFarland, Enniskillen

3rd: Miss Michaela McFarland, Enniskillen



FILLY, COLT or GELDING, foaled in 2007 or 2008, 33” - not expected to exceed 34” at maturity.

1st: Miss Michaela Mc Farland Enniskillen

2nd: Miss Michaela Mc Farland

3rd: Miss Michaela Mc Farland Enniskillen

4th: Mr John Kidd, Gilford

5th: Hollywood, Mr Edward, Lisburn 6th: Sloan, Sandra, Crumlin

Minature Horse Young Handlers Classes

53 JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP - 7 - 11 years old.

1st: Watt, Catherine, Enniskillen

2nd: Sloan, Courtney, Crumlin

3rd: Bishop, Hannah, Ballyanhinch



Children's Ponies

Connemara Ponies

REGISTERED CONNEMARA PONY, 3 years and upwards with or without foal.

1st: O'Reilly, Francis

2nd: Henderson, Derek & Ann Comber 3rd: Brown, N Downpatrick

4th: Hinchliffe, Mr & Mrs Martin & Joan, Enniskillen

5th:Hickinson, D, Ballymena

6th: McLaren, Mrs Pauline, Augher



FOAL at foot (filly) in Class 65

1st: O'Reilly, Francis



FOAL at foot (colt) in Class 65.

1st: McKay, Mr John Cushendun



REGISTERED RIDDEN CONNEMARA, MARE or GELDING, 4 years old and over, to be ridden by riders 10 years old and over on 1st January in the current year.

1st: Devlin Byrne, Alicia Enniskerry 2nd: Brown, N, Downpatrick

3rd: Maxwell, Miss Jayne, Coleraine 4th:Cafre, Enniskillen Campus, Irvinestown

5th:Henderson, Derek & Ann Comber

6th:McIntyre, Mrs Elaine, Dromore



THE HENDERSON AND GRAHAM PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHY - for the Champion in Class 65. Presented by The Northern Ireland Connemara Pony Association.

SP:Devlin Byrne, Alicia, Enniskerry

Res:Brown, N Downpatrick



HINCHCLIFFE PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHY - for the Champion foal.

SP: O'Reilly, Francis



R.J. MONTEITH PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHY - for the Champion Ridden Connemara Pony.

SP: Devlin Byrne, Alicia, Enniskerry Res: Brown, N, Downpatrick



ROBSON PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHY - for the best Ridden Connemara Pony 4- 5 years old.

SP:Henderson, Derek & Ann, Comber



SPECIAL PRIZE - for the best rider 16 years and under.

SP:Henderson, Derek & Ann Comber

Sheep

Suffolk

RAM, two-shear and upwards.

1st: Priestley, Mr Mark J W, Seaforde 2nd: Tait, Mr William T, Omagh

3rd: Gurney, Philip, Co Londonderry

4th: Montgomery, Mr William, Comber



SHEARLING RAM.

1st: Watson R C & J C, Ballymena

2nd: Tait, Mr William T, Omagh

EWE, presented shorn, two shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2010.

1st: Robinson, Mr Norman A J, Downpatrick

2nd: Beacom, Mr Gary

3rd: Beacom, Mr Gary

4th:Taylor, Dennis, Coleraine

5th: Tait, Mr William T, Omagh

6th:Montgomery, Mr William, Comber

7th:Patton, Mr Anthony, Newtownards



SHEARLING EWE.

1st: Liggett, Mr Mervyn, Omagh

2nd: McKay, John, Ballymoney

3rd: Robinson, Mr Norman A J , Downpatrick

4th: Liggett, Mr Mervyn, Omagh

5th: Patterson, Mr Kyle, Newtownards

6th: Tait, Mr William T, Omagh

7th:Robinson, Mr Norman A J Downpatrick BT30

8th: Beacom, Mr Gary



Texel

RAM, two-shear and upwards.

1st: Foster, Mr John T W, Castlederg

2nd Foster, Mr John T W, Castlederg

3rd:Foster, Mr John T W, Castlederg 4th: Cleland, Mr James Belfast

5th: McCollam, Mr Steven, Crumlin

6th: Cleland, Mr James, Belfast



SHEARLING RAM.

1st: Kerr, Mr Samuel , Moira

2nd: Beacom, L & K Newtownards

3rd: Ferris, Mr Stewart Dromore

4th: Foster, Mr John T W Castlederg

5th:Cleland, Mr James, Belfast 6th:Foster, Mr John T W, Castlederg

7th: Cleland, Mr James, Belfast

8th:Tumelty, Gareth & Michael, Downpatrick



EWE, two-shear and upwards, rearing of having reared a lamb in 2010.

1st: Millar, Mr Martin T C, Coleraine

2nd: Mr Martin T C, Coleraine

3rd: McCollam, Mr Steven, Crumlin

4th: Gamble, Mr Henry, Groomsport

5th: Chestnutt, Mr Victor J B, Bushmills

6th: Chestnutt, Mr Victor J B, Bushmills

7th: Riley, Mrs Sarah Newtownards



SHEARLING EWE

Animals in Classes 81-84 to be shorn bare on or after 1st April 2010.

1st: Gault, Beth + Jack, Newtownabbey

2nd:Gamble, Mr Henry, Groomsport

3rd: Gamble, Mr Henry, Groomsport

4th:Donohoe, O

5th: Wilson, Mr James, Crumlin

6th: Gamble, Mr Henry Groomsport

7th: Millar, Mr Martin T C, Coleraine

8th:Henderson, R, Magherafelt

RAM LAMB, born in 2010, bred by exhibitor.

1st: Gault, Beth + Jack, Newtownabbey

2nd:Millar, Mr Martin T C, Coleraine

3rd:’Henderson, R Magherafelt

4th: Adams, Mr James, Ballymena

5th: Martin, Sam, Newtownards

6th: Gault, Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

7th: Ervine, Mr Robert , Loughbrickland

8th: Gault, Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey



EWE LAMB, born in 2010, bred by exhibitor.

1st: Warwick, Mr David, Ballymena

2nd: Carson, Mr Thomas James , Ballymena

3rd: Warwick, Mr David, Ballymena

4th: Henderson, R, Magherafelt

5th:Wilson, Mr James, Crumlin

6th: Adams, Mr James, Ballymena

7th:Gault, Beth + Jack, Newtownabbey

8th: Chestnutt, Mr Victor J B, Bushmills



CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25- for the Champion and Reserve Champion Texel Sheep. Presented by the Northern Bank.

SP: Millar, Mr Martin T C, Coleraine

Res:Gault, Beth + Jack, Newtownabbey BT36



IRISH TEXEL SHEEP SOCIETY PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHY - for the reserve Texel Champion. Presented by the Irish Texel Sheep Society.

SP:Gault, Mr Alastair , Newtownabbey

Res:Gault, Beth + Jack, Newtownabbey



PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHY & ROSETTE- for the best Texel Sheep. Reserve - Rosette. Presented by the Texel Sheep Society.

SP:Millar, Mr Martin T C, Coleraine

Res: Gault, Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey BT36



ENGRAVED CRYSTAL GOBLET & £50- for the best Texel Sheep. Presented by the NI Texel Sheep Breeders' Club.

SP: Millar, Mr Martin T C, Coleraine

Res:Gault, Mr Alastair , Newtownabbey



ENGRAVED CRYSTAL GOBLET- for the best Sheep of Opposite sex to the Champion. Presented by the NI Texel Sheep Breeders' Club.

SP:Gault, Beth + Jack, Newtownabbey

Res: Foster, Mr John T W Castlederg



SPECIAL PRIZE, £25- for the best Ram Lamb provided it is not the Champion, in which case the award will go to the Reserve Champion. Presented by the NI Texel Sheep Breeders' Club.

SP: Gault, Beth + Jack, Newtownabbey

Res: Millar, Mr Martin T C, Coleraine

Charollais

RAM, two shear and upwards

1st: Corbett, S , Banbridge

2nd: Christie Mrs Diane, Newtownards

3rd:Mawhinney, Mr David J, Newtownards

4th: Barnes, Mr Colin A, Dungannon

5th:Craig, Mr Ian, Antrim



SHEARLING RAM

1st: Aiken, James Dromara

2nd: Mawhinney, Mr David J, Newtownards

3rd:Malcomson, Mrs Sheila E Newry

4th:Christie Mrs Diane, Newtownards

5th:Scott, Mr Gary, Newtownstewart



EWE, two-shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2010.

1st: McAllister, Mr William Ballymena

2nd:Berry, Mr Colin Trevor, Dromore

3rd:Christie Mrs Diane , Newtownards

4th:Christie Mrs Diane, Newtownards











(EWE, two-shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2010)

5th: Malcomson, Mrs Sheila E, Newry

6th:Cowan, Mr Andrew Banbridge

7th:Christie Mrs Diane, Newtownards



SHEARLING EWE.

1st:Mawhinney, Mr David J, Newtownards

2nd:Aiken, Mr Jonathan, Dromore

3rd: Christie Mrs Diane, Newtownards

4th: Mawhinney, Mr David J, Newtownards

5th:Christie Mrs Diane, Newtownards BT23

6th: Aiken, Mr Jonathan, Dromore

7th:McAllister, Mr William, Ballymena

8th: Christie Mrs Diane, Newtownards

Hampshire Down

RAM, born on or before 1st December 2009. To be shorn bare on or after 1st January 2010.

1st: Laird, Mr Roger Donemana

2nd: McCarthy, Mr Kevin Comber

3rd:Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim, Comber

4th: Doyle, S Castlewellan

5th: Bramble Cottage Farm, Enniskillen

6th: Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim, Comber

7th:Fegan, Trevor, Banbridge

8th:Doyle, S Castlewellan



EWE, two-shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2010. To be shorn bare on or after 1st April 2010.

1st: McCarthy, Mr Kevin, Comber

2nd: McCauley, J & M, Downpatrick

3rd:Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim ,Comber

4th:Fegan, Trevor, Banbridge

5th: Doyle, S, Castlewellan

6th: Bramble Cottage Farm, Enniskillen

7th: Laird, Mr Roger, Donemana



SHEARLING EWE, shorn bare on or after 1st January 2010.

1st: McCauley, J & M, Downpatrick

2nd: McFadden, Mrs Victoria, Banbridge

3rd: Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim, Comber

4th: Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim, Comber

5th: McCauley, J & M, Downpatrick

6th: Robinson, Miss Hannah, Donaghadee

7th: McCarthy, Mr Kevin, Comber

8th: McFadden, Mrs Victoria, Banbridge



RAM LAMB, trimmed, born on or after 1st December 2009, bred by exhibitor.

1st: Manson, Mr Stirling Castlederg

2nd: Doyle, S, Castlewellan

3rd: Fegan, Trevor, Banbridge

4th:Manson, Mr Stirling, Castlederg

5th: McFadden, Mrs Victoria, Banbridge

6th: Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim, Comber

7th: Laird, Mr Roger, Donemana

8th:Robinson, Miss Hannah, Donaghadee



EWE LAMB, born on or after 1st December 2009, bred by exhibitor.

1st:Manson, Mr Stirling, Castlederg

2nd: Doyle, S, Castlewellan

3rd:Manson, Mr Stirling, Castlederg

4th: Bramble Cottage Farm, Enniskillen

5th: Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim, Comber

6th: McCarthy, Mr Kevin, Comber

7th:Laird, Mr Roger, Donemana

8th;Doyle, S, Castlewellan



CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25-for the Champion and Reserve Champion Hampshire Down Sheep. Presented by the Northern Bank.

SP:McCarthy, Mr Kevin, Comber

Res:Manson, Mr Stirling,Castlederg

PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP- for the best Hampshire Down Sheep. Presented by the Hampshire Down Sheep Breeders' Association.

SP: McCarthy, Mr Kevin, Comber

Res: Manson, Mr Stirling, Castlederg



SPECIAL PRIZES- £20 & Rosette for best Male & £20 and Rosette for best Female. Presented by the Hampshire Down Sheep Breeders' Club of Ireland.

SP: McCarthy, Mr Kevin, Comber

Res: Manson, Mr Stirling, Castlederg



BOARDMILLS CHALLENGE CUP - for the best placed animal in the Hampshire Down Sheep classes shown by a Club Member who has not won a first prize at any previous Balmoral Show.

Presented by the late J R Smyth.

SP:Doyle, S, Castlewellan

Res:Laird, Mr Roger, Donemana



SPECIAL PRIZES - £10 & Rosette for the best Novice & £5 and Rosette for the Reserve Novice.

Presented by the Hampshire Down Sheep Breeders' Club of Ireland.

SP: Doyle, S, Castlewellan

Res: Laird, Mr Roger, Donemana



SPECIAL AWARD - for the best group of three Hampshire Down Sheep, the property of one exhibitor and entered in the classes for which they are eligible. No more than one sheep from any class.

Presented by the Hampshire Down Sheep Breeders' Club of Ireland.

SP: Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim, Comber

SP: Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim, Comber

SP: Fletcher BSc, Mr Jim, Comber

Res: Doyle, S, Castlewellan

Res: Doyle, S, Castlewellan

Res: Doyle, S, Castlewellan



PIGS

Traditional Breeds

GLOUCESTER OLD SPOT, born on or before 30th June 2009.

1st: Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee

2nd: Boyle, Mr Robert S, Millisle

3rd: Smyth, Mr Stefan, Holywood

4th:Boyle, Mr Robert S, Millisle

5th:Moore-Bowman, Mr William , Comber

6th:Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee



SADDLEBACK SOW, born on or before 30th June 2009.

1st: Currie, Wilma, Randalstown 2nd:Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee

3rd: Gregg, Mr Ernest, Ballymena

4th:Currie, Wilma, Randalstown



ANY OTHER TRADITIONAL BREED SOW, born on or before 30th June 2009.

1st:Gregg, Mr Ernest, Ballymena

2nd: Kelly, Mr Brian Lurgan

3rd: Moore-Bowman, Mr William, Comber

4th:Moore-Bowman, Mr William, Comber

JUNIOR GILT, born on or after 1st July 2009.

1st: Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee

2nd: Smyth, Mr Stefan, Holywood 3rd: Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee

4th:McClelland, Mr Colin, Gilford

5th:Boyle, Mr Robert S , Millisle

6th:Boyle, Mr Robert S, Millisle

7th:Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee

JUNIOR BOAR, born on or after 1st July 2009.

1st: Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee

2nd:Smyth, Mr Stefan, Holywood

3rd: Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee





CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25 - for the Champion and Reserve Champion Traditional Breed Pig. Presented by Dunbia.

SP: Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee

Res: Gregg, Mr Ernest, Ballymena



PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP - for the Champion Traditional Breed Pig.

SP: Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee

Res:Gregg, Mr Ernest, Ballymena



PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP - for the Reserve Champion Traditional Breed Pig.

SP:Gregg, Mr Ernest, Ballymena



Pork Pig

FEMALE (Large White or Landrace), not exceeding 120 kilos liveweight on day of judging.

1st: Shields, Mr Trevor

2nd: Smyth, Mr Stefan, Holywood 3rd:Tod, Agnes & Robin, Banbridge

4th:Todd, Agnes & Robin, Banbridge



FEMALE (any other pure breed), at least 75 kilos liveweight and not exceeding 120 kilos liveweight on day of judging.

1st:Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee 2nd:Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee

3rd: Smyth, Mr Stefan, Holywood



CHAMPION PRIZES £50 and £25- for the Champion and Reserve Champion Pork Pig. Presented by Dunbia.

SP: Shields, Mr Trevor

Res: Gracey, Mr Kenneth, Tandragee



Pig Interbreed

SPECIAL PRIZE, £100 and CRYSTAL MEMENTO - for the overall Pig Breed Champion. [2nd, £75; 3rd, £50].

SP:Todd, Agnes & Robin, Banbridge Res: Bradley, Mr Leslie T J, Magherafelt

Commercial Beef Cattle

COMMERCIAL BEEF HEIFER, showing no permanent teeth (Class 544)

1st: Farlow, Mr Alan, Coleraine

2nd: Crawford, Mr Alistair, Newtownstewart

3rd: Killen, Mr John, Crossgar

4th: McSorley & Sons, J, Omagh

5th: Miller, Mr Robert, Magherafelt 6th: Rutherford, Miss Sarah, Killinchy 7th: Mcalister, Hugh & Rachel, Coleraine

8th: Breen, Miss Louise, Augher

9th: Miller, Mr Robert, Magherafelt

10th:Hawkes, Mr Aaron, Omagh



COMMERCIAL BEEF HEIFER, showing no permanent teeth (Class 545)

1st: Crawford, Mr Alistair, Newtownstewart

2nd: O'Brien, Mr Sean

3rd: McAllister, Mr William, Ballymena

4th: Matchett, S & S

5th: Hoey, Mr Clive, Fivemiletown

6th: Farlow, Mr Alan, Coleraine

7th:Hawkes, Mr Aaron, Omagh

8th:Miller, Mr Robert, Magherafelt

9th:Rutherford, Miss Sarah, Killinchy

10th:Kelly, Emmett, Augher

COMMERCIAL BEEF STEER, showing no permanent teeth (Class 546)

1st: Linton, Mr John F, Coleraine 2nd: Johnston, Mr Clarke, Lisburn



COMMERCIAL BEEF STEER, showing no permanent teeth (Class 547)

1st: Killen, Mr John, Crossgar

2nd:Connell Brothers, Meath

3rd: Killen, Mr John, Crossgar

4th:Linton, Mr John F, Coleraine

5th:Kelly, Emmett, Augher

CHAMPION PRIZES £100 and £50 - for the Champion and Reserve Champion Commercial beef animal. Presented by the Sainsburys.

SP: Farlow, Mr Alan, Coleraine

Res:Killen, Mr John Crossgar



JUNIOR COMMERCIAL BEEF CHAMPION, £30 & £20 - for the Champion and Reserve male or female animals born on or after 1st January 2009. Presented by Sainsburys.

SP: Farlow, Mr Alan, Coleraine

Res: Killen, Mr John, Crossgar



MEDALLION PLAQUE - for the best Commercial Beef Heifer, showing no permanent teeth. Presented by the Royal Dublin Society.

SP: Farlow, Mr Alan, Coleraine

Res:Crawford, Mr Alistair, Newtownstewart



MEDALLION PLAQUE - for the best Commercial Beef Steer, showing no permanent teeth. Presented by the Royal Dublin Society.

SP: Killen, Mr John, Crossgar

Res:Connell Brothers, Meath



Beef Bull Inter Breed Performance

BEEF RECORDED BULL, born on or after 1st January 2009.

1st: Green, D G & Sons, Lisburn

2nd:Green, D G & Sons, Lisburn

3rd:Porter, Mr James Paul, Lisburn

4th:Bothwell, S& D, Ballinamallard

5th:Martin, Mr William James, Newtownards

6th: Hume, Derek Randalstown

CHAMPION PRIZES £50 and £25- for the Champion and Reserve Champion Inter Breed Perfomance Bull. Presented by Asda.

SP: Green, D G & Sons Lisburn

Res:Green, D G & Sons Lisburn



Beef Inter Breed

SPECIAL PRIZES, £250 & £150- for the Champion and Reserve Champion Beef breed pair.

SP:Green, D G & Sons, Lisburn

SP:O'Kane & Sons, Barney, Coleraine

Res: McFadden & Armstrong, O & A Navan

Res:Henning NSch FRAgS, Mr C John, Moira



SPECIAL PRIZE, £200 - for the overall Junior Beef Champion of Champions [2nd £100, 3rd £50]. WOOLSEY CONCRETE BEEF JUNIOR CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

SP:Green, D G & Sons, Lisburn

Res: Stubbs, H C, Lisnaskea

Res: Donnelly, Mr Gregory, Ardmore



SPECIAL PRIZE, £300 - for the Overall Beef Breed Champion of Champions. DUNBIA BEEF CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

SP:Crawford Brothers, Maguiresbridge



(SPECIAL PRIZE, £300 - for the Overall Beef Breed Champion of Champions. DUNBIA BEEF CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS -contd)

Res:Haire, J E, R I & W, Crumlin

Res: McMordie, J & W, Newtownards



SPECIAL PRIZE £200- for the best Group in the Beef Group Competition. Reserve Prize, £100. Additionally £100 to best traditional breed (Non-Continental).

SP:Crawford Brothers, Maguiresbridge

SP: Conmans Farm, Clones

SP: Smith, Mr William, Oldcastle

Res:Elliott, J & E.A, Newtownstewart

Res:Elliott, J & E.A, Newtownstewart

Res:Elliott, J & E.A, Newtownstewart

Beef Young Handlers Competition

BEEF YOUNG HANDLERS

21-25 years Competitors age groups (age taken on 1 Sept 2009)

1st: McMordie, W, Newtownards

2nd: Devine, Mr Richie, Strabane

3rd:Lawrence, Lynsey, Moneymore

4th: Ballantyne Miss Jenna, Strathaven



16-21 years Competitors age groups (age taken on 1 September 2009) (Class 551)

1st:Adams, Ms Rebecca, Holywood 2nd:Hume, Mr Gary, Randalstown

3rd: Savage, Mr Shane, Ballynahinch

4th:Nixon, Mr Raymond, Ballynahinch

5th: McGarry, Mr Paul, Crumlin

16-21 years Competitors age groups (age taken on 1 September 2009) (Class 552)

1st: Higgins, Ms April

2nd: Gregg, Mr Ernest, Ballymena

3rd: Wilson, Mr Jonathan, Larne

4th: Connolly, Mr Scott, Saintfield

5th: Young, David, Ballynahinch



12-16 years Competitors age groups (age taken on 1 September 2009) (Class 553)

1st: Mcalister, R Coleraine

2nd: Higgins, Emma

3rd: McGovern, Eimear Clogher

4th:Leader, Miss Sara & Ruth, Co Antrim

5th: Burleigh, Mr Alan, Florencecourt

6th:Maginn, Stephen Dundrum



12-16 years Competitors age groups (age taken on 1 September 2009) (Class 554)

1st:O'Brien, Tara, Burnfoot

2nd:Rodgers, Miss Emma, Dromore

3rd: Rea, Mr Andrew, Ballyclare

4th:Smyth, Mr Jack, Newtownstewart



Video

Video highlights: All the fun of the Balmoral Show 2010

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Round-up of results Day Two Balmoral Show



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