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Balmoral Show Results Day 1, 2016 - Sheep, cattle and horses

Published 12/05/2016

Max Watson and cow Daisy from Coleraine at the Balmoral Show at the Eikon Exhibition Centre, Balmoral Park near Lisburn, Co Antrim. Picture By: Arthur Allison Pacemaker Press
Max Watson and cow Daisy from Coleraine at the Balmoral Show at the Eikon Exhibition Centre, Balmoral Park near Lisburn, Co Antrim. Picture By: Arthur Allison Pacemaker Press
Pacemaker press 13/05/2016 All the fun of the fair as one of the biggest events on the farming calendar takes place at the Eikon Exhibition Centre, Balmoral Park near Lisburn, Co Antrim. The Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS)Õs annual show is 10% larger than last year. Pictured is Ryan Donaghey and Jack and Lisa Hood from Plum Bridge. Picture By: Arthur Allison Pacemaker Press
Pacemaker press 13/05/2016 All the fun of the fair as one of the biggest events on the farming calendar takes place at the Eikon Exhibition Centre, Balmoral Park near Lisburn, Co Antrim. The Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS)Õs annual show is 10% larger than last year. Pictured is Wendy and Gordon Smyth from Donegal. Picture By: Arthur Allison Pacemaker Press
13 May 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster attended the final day of the Balmoral Show. First Minister Arlene Foster pictured at the Balmoral Show with Andrew Boal and Jo Jordan from the Cancer Fund for Children
13 May 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster attended the final day of the Balmoral Show. First Minister Arlene Foster pictured at the Balmoral Show with Liz Birch from Armagh
13 May 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster attended the final day of the Balmoral Show. First Minister Arlene Foster pictured at the Balmoral Show with 2 year old Aimee Neill from Newtownabbey.
13 May 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster attended the final day of the Balmoral Show. The First Minister visited the Cooktown stand in the NI Food and Drink Pavilion and is pictured Gillian Cahoon, Wendy Donaldson and Helen Bell.
13 May 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster attended the final day of the Balmoral Show. First Minister Arlene Foster pictured at the Balmoral Show with Dorothy Randal and Mary Miller from Strabane.
13 May 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster attended the final day of the Balmoral Show. The First Minister visited the Pop Notch stand in the NI Food and Drink Pavilion and is pictured with Graham Neill and Michael Heaslip.
13 May 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster attended the final day of the Balmoral Show. The First Minister visited the Sea Source stand in the NI Food and Drink Pavilion and is pictured with Hal Dawson.
13 May 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster attended the final day of the Balmoral Show. The First Minister visited the Sea Source stand in the NI Food and Drink Pavilion and is pictured with Hal Dawson and Simon Hamilton MLA.
13 May 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster attended the final day of the Balmoral Show. The First Minister visited the Sea Source stand in the NI Food and Drink Pavilion and is pictured with Hal Dawson and Simon Hamilton MLA.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 13th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the final at the day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by / Press Eye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 13th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the final at the day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by / Press Eye
Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the second of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye
Paul Mills and daughter Katie
All the fun of the fair as one of the biggest events on the farming calendar takes place on it's second day Thursday the 12th of May at the Eikon Exhibition Centre, Balmoral Park near Lisburn, Co Antrim. The Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS)s annual show is 10% larger than last year. Picture Mark Marlow/pacemaker press
Alison McCullagh and daughter Amber
Leah Graham
James Stewart
A proud owner with his prize bull at the Balmoral Show
All the fun of the fair as one of the biggest events on the farming calendar takes place on it's second day Thursday the 12th of May at the Eikon Exhibition Centre, Balmoral Park near Lisburn, Co Antrim. The Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS)s annual show is 10% larger than last year. Picture Mark Marlow/Pacemaker Press
Liam Devlin, Lucy Steele and Alan Lawrence from Cookstown enjoying an ice cream at the Maze
Archie Anderson gives thumbs-up to the Balmoral Show
Joel, Jake, Emily Rose and Lindsey Ferguson from Maghaberry cooling down with ice creams yesterday
Secretary of State Theresa Villiers with RUAS president Billy Robson (right) and chief executive Colin McDonald yesterday
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, second day: At the showgrounds in Balmoral Park were Keri Dillion and Denvor Jameson form Tandragee Co Armagh Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Chloe Burgess, Catherine Cleland and Claire Montgomery from Glastry Farm Ice Cream
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Clare Stone from Foodie Folk
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Tarna Moss (13) and Isaac Groves (5)
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Rhys Morrison and Daniel both 11 from Lisnaskea
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Jenifer Meeke and Pauline Crompton from Dromara.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Eleanor O'Neill from Clandeboye Estates
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Mark Henry from Ballymoney
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Sisters Grace (7) and Eva (5) Scott from Ballynahinch
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Raymond McFarland and Rayderjem Legend
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Lily Rose (1) and her Dad Robert Vance from Maguires Bridge
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Sophie Henry.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Darcy Getty from Dromara celebrating her 4th Birthday
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, second day: At the showgrounds in Balmoral Park were Michelle O'Neill MLA, Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, Richard Donnan Head of Ulster Bank in Northern Ireland and Dan McGinn Communications and Corporate Affairs Manager Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, second day: At the showgrounds in Balmoral Park were Ethan, Rhonda, Sean and Orla McAfee from Ballymoney enjoying a cup of tea in the Ulster Bank tent Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, second day: View of Day 2 of the Balmoral Show Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, second day: At the showgrounds in Balmoral Park were Eamon Askin, Sinead Askin and Liam Askin Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, second day: At the showgrounds in Balmoral Park were Joel, Jake, Emily Rose and Lindsey Ferguson from Maghaberry Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, second day: Northern Ireland goalkeeper Roy Caroll at the Balmoral show Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, second day: At the showgrounds in Balmoral Park were Sammy Adams and Stuart Dunlop from Banbridge Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 12th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by Freddie Parkinson /Press Eye Liam Devlin, Lusy Steele and Alan Lawrence from Cookstown
Robert Wilson, Scott Wilson, Tracey Wilson, Alison Feathers and Stephen Marshall
Cattle being judged on the first day of the Balmoral Show
Freestyle Moto-X Display team entertaining the crowds
Kelly Minford, Templepatrick
Dr Tome Cole showing Rare Breeds pictured at Balmoral Show. Picture Kevin McAuley/McAULEY MULTIMEDIA
Relaxing at Balmoral Show. Picture Kevin McAuley/McAULEY MULTIMEDIA
Councillor Garath Keating from Armagh
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, first day: At the showgrounds in Balmoral Park were Clidhna McTague, P6 St Patrick's PS Rashakin, one of the winners of the Ulster Bank Farm Safty Competition pictured with Agri Kids funder Alma Jordan. The book of Short Stories will be available for download free of charge to all schools in Northern Ireland. Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
Audrey Moore, Omagh
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, first day: At the showgrounds in Balmoral Park were Clidhna McTague, P6 St Patrick's PS Rashakin, one of the winners of the Ulster Bank Farm Safty Competition pictured with Agri Kids funder Alma Jordan. The book of Short Stories will be available for download free of charge to all schools in Northern Ireland. Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
Stewart Wilson, Lisburn
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, first day: View of the Balmoral Show Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
Pictured at Embrace Farm launch on the UFU stand at Balmoral Show. From left: Brian Rohan, founder, Embrace Farm; Rory Best, Captain, Ireland Rugby Team; Seamus Bannon, ABP; Sinead McLaughlin, award winning Tyrone Ladies GAA footballer and Victor Chestnutt, Deputy President, UFU. Embrace Farm have an Ecumenical Remembrance Service for bereaved farm families on 25 June in Abbeyleix. Photograph: Columba O'Hare
Natasha Richards, Lisburn
Pictured at Embrace Farm launch on the UFU stand at Balmoral Show. From left: Norma Rohan, founder, Embrace Farm; Keith Morrison, HSE NI; Barclay Bell, President, UFU; Rory Best, Captain, Ireland Rugby Team and Roberta Simmons, President, YFCU. Embrace Farm have an Ecumenical Remembrance Service for bereaved farm families on 25 June in Abbeyleix. Photograph: Columba O'Hare
Alan Fraser and grandson Alfie Bowen
Rory Best, Gilford
William McMordie
91 year old Robbie Mulligan from Banbridge
Colin Todd, Lisburn
In the sheep ring at the Balmoral show
A young judge helps pick a winner
Michelle McLararnon from Cookstown enjoying the colour during the first day of the Balmoral Show
Emma McInnes preparing an Limousin Bull for competition during the first day of the Balmoral Show
Show Jumping
Aerial view of Balmoral Park during the first day of the Balmoral Show.
Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn.
Jack Dunlop
Stefan Smyth pictured in the goat section ahead of the Balmoral Show in association with Ulster Bank. Pic Steven McAuley
Annie Spratt(7) From Crosgar checks out the life size Irish Moiled bull, the latest sculpture by the Ulster Folk & Transport Museums award winning willow sculptor and basket maker Bob Johnston. The sculpture was made especially for the museum stand at the Balmoral Show which also includes blacksmithing and basket making demonstrations. The Ulster Folk & Transport Museums Farm Manager, Robert Berry, said, The willow bull is the stands centrepiece and, of course, visitors are very welcome to get a photo with this fabulous sculpture. We hope visitors will enjoy our stand which focuses on Ulsters old farming traditions and practices.
Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 Judging sheep at The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 Judging sheep at The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Judith Baxter from Newtownstewart preparing Irish Moyle cattle for competition during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
William Montgomery from Maghera feeding straw to a goat during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
William McElroy and Eddie Mercer, aged 9, from Dromara preparing Ivaniskey Pedigree for competition during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye RUAS Chief Executive Colin McDonald during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Emma McInnes preparing an Limousin Bull for competition during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Lyndsey McAllister from Portadown with 'Nota' an Hereford calf preparing for competition during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Eddie Mercer, aged 9, from Dromara preparing Ivaniskey Pedigree for competition during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Nathan Allison (left) from Richhill and David McTurk from Markethill , aged 13, enjoying their visit during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Lily Anderson aged 4 in the huge shovel of a CAT Wheel Loader during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Competition Sheep judging during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye An Alpaca on show at Mourne Alpacas during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Michelle McLararnon from Cookstown enjoying the colour during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 11 th May 2016 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye The Goat pens during the first day of the Balmoral Show. Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to flock to agricultural extravaganza for the first of the three day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 11th May 2016 Balmoral Show, in partnership with Ulster Bank, first day: The Dengie 5 Year Old Championship At the showgrounds in Balmoral Park were Fyfin Eko ridden by Jonathan Smyth Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
Sean Blaney, wife Helen and sons Seanog and Rory launched a new division of their engineering business, Blaney Motor Company, during a VIP launch on Wednesday morning at Balmoral Show. Two new concepts wheel loaders were launched during the event.
Gemma McLaughlin from Ballymena gives a firm farmers wave to show off her new agri themed nails on the first day of Balmoral Show. Picture: Chris McCullough
Gareth Gault and Kirsty Ward from Grassmen launch their new website www.grassmen.com during the first day of Balmoral Show. Picture: Chris McCullough
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 Judging sheep at The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 Judging sheep at The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 Show Jumping at The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 Judging sheep at The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 Show Jumping at The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 10/5/2016 Sheep sheering at The opening day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze Site near Lisburn , Thousands of people attend The three-day extravaganza of farming, food and family fun celebrates many aspects of agricultural life. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Brothers Eddie, Sam & Matthew Mercer travel with Ruby the Hen and Louie the lamb to announce Translinks special bus, coach and train transport plans for this years Balmoral Show
Rhonda Geary from RUAS in the cattle halls in preperation for Balmoral Show in association with Ulster Bank.
Gary McClelland from Belcoo prepares cattle ahead of the Balmoral Show in association with Ulster Bank. Pic Steven McAuley/McAuley Multimedia
Eamon McGarry prepares cattle ahead of the Balmoral Show in association with Ulster Bank. Pic Steven McAuley/McAuley Multimedia
Balmoral Show. Women's Institute
Balmoral Show. Women's Institute
Balmoral Show. Women's Institute
Balmoral Show 2016 preparations
Balmoral Show 2016 preparations Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
Balmoral Show 2016 preparations
Balmoral Show 2016 preparations
Balmoral Show 2016 preparations
Balmoral Show 2016 preparations
Balmoral Show 2016 preparations
Balmoral Show 2016 preparations

A round-up of the big winners on the first day of the 2016 Balmoral Show.

SHEEP

Hampshire Down

RAM, born on or before 1st December 2015. To be shorn bare on or after 1st January 2016

1st Fletcher J & A, Comber

2nd McGrath, Tony, Dungannon

3rd McGrath, Tony, Dungannon

EWE, two-shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2016. To be shorn bare on or after 1st April 2016

1st McCarthy, Mr Kevin, Comber

2nd McGrath, Tony, Dungannon

3rd McFadden, Mrs Victoria,  Banbridge

SHEARLING EWE, shorn bare on or after 1st January 2016

1st Fletcher J & A , Comber

2nd McCarthy, Mr Kevin ,Comber

3rd  Fletcher J & A ,Comber

RAM LAMB, untrimmed, born on or after 1st December 2015, bred by exhibitor. Lamb must bear flock no

1st McGrath, Tony, Dungannon

2nd McFadden, Mrs Victoria,  Banbridge

3rd  McCarthy, Mr Kevin ,Comber

RAM LAMB, trimmed, born on or after 1st December 2015, bred by exhibitor. Lamb must bear flock no

1st McFadden, Mrs Victoria,  Banbridge

2nd Fletcher J & A, Comber

3rd  McFadden, Mrs Victoria,  Banbridge

 

Texel

RAM, two-shear and upwards.

1st Aiken, Corbett & Cromie,  Dromore

2nd O’Connor, Mr Paul, Seaforde

3rd  Casement, Ben, Downpatrick

SHEARLING RAM

1st O’Connor, Mr Paul, Seaforde

2nd Ferris, Mr Stewart,Dromore

3rd  McConville, Mr Martin,  Rathfriland

EWE, two-shear and upwards, rearing of having reared a lamb in 2016

1st Gault, Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

2nd Robinson T & B , Ballymena

3rd  Gault, Mr Jack, Newtownabbey

SHEARLING EWE

1st Gault, Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey 2nd O’Connor, Mr Paul, Seaforde

3rd Gault, Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

RAM LAMB, born in 2016, bred by exhibitor. Lamb must bear flock No

1st Herdman, Mr James, Dromore

2nd Boyd, Mr Peter, Ballyclare

3rd Gault, Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

EWE LAMB, born in 2016, bred by exhibitor. Lamb must bear flock no

1st O’Connor, Mr Paul, Seaforde

2nd Tumelty, Mr Gareth, Downpatrick

3rd O’Connor, Mr Paul, Seaforde

CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25 for the Champion and Reserve Champion Texel sheep. Presented by ABP Food Group

SP Aiken, Corbett & Cromie  Dromore

Res Gault,Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

IRISH TEXEL SHEEP SOCIETY PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHY for the best sheep of opposite sex to the Champion. Presented by the Irish Texel Sheep Society

SP Gault, Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

Res Gault,Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHY & ROSETTE for the best Texel sheep. Reserve rosette. Presented by the Texel Sheep Society

SP Aiken, Corbett & Cromie,  Dromore 

Res Gault,Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

ENGRAVED CRYSTAL GOBLET &

£50 for the best Texel sheep. Presented by the NI Texel Sheep Breeders’ Club

SP Aiken, Corbett & Cromie,  Dromore 

Res Gault,Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

ENGRAVED CRYSTAL GOBLET for the Reserve Texel Champion. Presented by the Northern Ireland Sheep Breeders Club

SP Gault,Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

Res Gault,Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

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,Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

Res Gault,Mr Alastair, Newtownabbey

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 Herdman, Mr James, Dromore

Res  Boyd, Mr Peter, Ballyclare

 

Beltex

RAM, two-shear and upwards

1st Burleigh, Mr Matthew  Enniskillen

2nd Brown, Mr David, Newry

3rd  Harbinson, Mr John, Limavady

SHEARLING RAM

1st Brown, Mr David, Newry

2nd Burleigh, Mr Matthew,  Enniskillen

3rd  McAllister, Miss Elizabeth,  Ballymena

EWE, two-shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2016

1st McAllister, Miss Elizabeth,  Ballymena

2nd Barnes Colin A, Dungannon

3rd Harbinson, Mr John, Limavady

SHEARLING EWE

1st Burleigh, Mr Matthew, Enniskillen

2nd Brown, Mr David, Newry

3rd Burleigh, Mr Matthew,  Enniskillen

RAM LAMB

1st McAllister, Miss Elizabeth,  Ballymena

2nd Harbinson, Mr John, Limavady

3rd  McAllister, Miss Elizabeth,  Ballymena

EWE LAMB

1st Brown, Mr David, Newry

2nd McAllister, Miss Elizabeth,  Ballymena

3rd McAllister, Miss Elizabeth,  Ballymena

ROSETTES for the best group of three Beltex sheep, the property of one exhibitor and entered in the classes for which they are eligible. No more than one sheep for any class. Presented by the Beltex Sheep Society

SP Burleigh, Mr Matthew,  Enniskillen

Res Brown, Mr David, Newry

ROSETTES for the best pair of Beltex lambs born in 2016, entered in the classes for which they are eligible. Lambs must be the property of and bred by the exhibitor. Presented by the Beltex Sheep Society.

SP McAllister, Miss Elizabeth  Ballymena 

Res Harbinson, Mr John ,Limavady

ROSETTES for the male Champion and Reserve male Champion. Presented by the Beltex Sheep Society

SP Burleigh, Mr Matthew,  Enniskillen

Res McAllister, Miss Elizabeth,  Ballymena

ROSETTES for the female Champion and Reserve female Champion.

Presented by the Beltex Sheep Society

SP Burleigh, Mr Matthew,  Enniskillen

Res Brown, Mr David, Newry

CHAMPION PRIZES £50 and £25 for the Champion and Reserve Champion Beltex sheep. Presented by ABP Food Group

SP Burleigh, Mr Matthew,  Enniskillen

Res Burleigh, Mr Matthew,  Enniskillen

PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP for the best home bred sheep. Presented by Mr Brendan Arthurs

SP Burleigh, Mr Matthew,  Enniskillen

Res Brown, Mr David, Newry

Zwartbles

RAM, any age

1st Megarrell, Mrs Rachel,  Londonderry

2nd Megarrell, Mrs Rachel,  Londonderry

3rd Donald, Mr Ian, Omagh

EWE, two years old and upwards, having reared a lamb in 2016

1st Megarrell, Mrs Rachel,  Londonderry

2nd  Donald, Mr Ian, Omagh

3rd Campbell, Liam, Carnlough

SHEARLING EWE

1st Campbell, Liam, Carnlough

2nd Megarrell, Mrs Rachel,  Londonderry

3rd Dorman, Mr Melvyn, Ballynahinch

RAM LAMB, born in 2016, bred by exhibitor

1st Megarrell, Mrs Rachel,  Londonderry

2nd Megarrell, Mrs Rachel,  Londonderry

3rd Smyth J & S,Newtownstewart

EWE LAMB, born in 2016, bred by exhibitor.

1st Cromie C & D, Ballynahinch

2nd Cromie C & D, Ballynahinch

3rd Smyth J & S, Newtownstewart

VIRBAC UK LIMITED CUP & ROSETTE for the best pair of Zwartble lambs born in 2016, entered in the classes for which they are eligible. Lambs must be the property of and bred by the exhibitor. Presented by Miss Carol Harrison & rosette presented by the Zwartble Sheep Society

SP  Cromie C & D, Ballynahinch

Res Cromie C & D, Ballynahinch

CUP & ROSETTE for the best group three Zwartble sheep, one of which must be a male, the property of the exhibitor and entered in the classes for which they are eligible. No more than one sheep from any class. Presented by Judy Maxwell & rosette presented by the Zwartble Sheep Society

SP  Cromie C & D, Ballynahinch

Res Megarrell, Mrs Rachel,  Londonderry

MAGORAN PERPETUAL CUP for

the Champion Zwartble sheep presented by the Zwartble Sheep Society.

SP   Campbell, Liam, Carnlough

Res Cromie C & D, Ballynahinch

 

Ile De France

RAM, two shear and upwards

1st  Garveway Ile De France,   Augher

2nd  Adamson, Edward,

Carrickfergus

3rd Garveway Ile De France,  Augher

SHEARLING RAM

1st Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

2nd Garveway Ile De France,  Augher

3rd  Annett, Mr Melvyn, Kilkeel

EWE, two-shear and upwards, shorn, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2016

1st Garveway Ile De France,  Augher

2nd  Garveway Ile De France,  Augher

3rd  Adamson, Edward, Carrickfergus

SHEARLING EWE, shorn

1st Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

2nd Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

3rd  Garveway Ile De France,  Augher

RAM LAMB, born on or after 1st December 2015, bred by exhibitor. Lamb must bear flock no

1st Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

2nd Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

3rd  Adamson, Edward, Carrickfergus

EWE LAMB, born on or after 1st December 2015, bred by exhibitor. Lamb must bear flock no

1st Adamson, Edward, Carrickfergus

2nd  Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

3rd  Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25 for the Champion and Reserve Champion Ile de France sheep. Presented by the Society

SP Adamson, Edward, Carrickfergus

Res Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP & £10 for the best Ile de France sheep. Presented by the NI lle de France Sheep Breeders’ Club

SP Adamson, Edward,

Carrickfergus

Res Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP  for the reserve best Ile de France sheep. Presented by the NI Ile de France sheep Breeders’ Club

SP Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera

Res Garveway Ile De France,  Augher

PERPETUAL CHALLENGE PLATE and £5 for the best of opposite sex to the Champion. Presented by the NI Ile de France sheep Breeders’ Club

SP Milligan, Mr Rodger, Maghera 

Res Garveway Ile De France,  Augher

 

Suffolk

RAM, two-shear and upwards

1st  Tait S & W, Omagh

2nd Sufferin, Mr Stephen,  Maghera

3rd  Lamont, Mr Philip, Ballymena

SHEARLING RAM

1stTait S & W, Omagh 

2nd Robinson, Mr Alfred J,  Downpatrick

3rd Watson R C & J C, Ballymena 

EWE, presented shorn, two shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2016

1st Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown  2nd Donrho Livestock, Ballymena

3rd  Robinson, Mr Alfred J,  Downpatrick

SHEARLING EWE

1st Taylor, Mr Dennis, Coleraine

2nd Sufferin, Mr Stephen,  Maghera

3rd Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown

RAM LAMB, born in 2016, bred by exhibitor. Lamb must bear flock no

1st Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown

2nd Priestley, Mr Mark, Downpatrick

3rd  Watson R C & J C, Ballymena

EWE LAMB, born in 2016, bred by exhibitor. Lamb must bear flock no

1st Priestley, Mr Mark, Downpatrick

2nd  Kennedy, Phillip, Armagh

3rd  Robinson, Mr Alfred J,  Downpatrick

THE SUFFOLK PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP for the best ram lamb registered in the flock book. Presented by the Suffolk Sheep Society

SP Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown

Res Priestley, Mr Mark, Downpatrick

SPECIAL PRIZE, £100 for the best group of three sheep, the property of the exhibitor, bred in NI and exhibited by a member of the branch. [1st Group, £40; 2nd Group, £30; 3rd Group, £20; 4th Group, £10]. Presented by the Suffolk Sheep Society, NI Branch

SP Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown

Res Priestley, Mr Mark, Downpatrick

S ROSETTE for the best pair of Suffolk lambs, either sex, entered in the classes for which they are eligible. Lambs must be the property of and bred by the exhibitor. Points will be awarded towards the Chestnutt Animal Feeds Cup. Presented by the Suffolk Sheep Society, NI Branch

SP Priestley, Mr Mark, Downpatrick

Res Kennedy, Phillip, Armagh

ROSETTES for the male Champion and Reserve male Champion. Presented by the Suffolk Sheep Society

SP Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown

Res Priestley, Mr Mark, Downpatrick

ROSETTES for the female Champion and Reserve female Champion. Presented by the Suffolk Sheep Society

SP Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown

Res Taylor, Mr Dennis, Coleraine

CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and £25 for the Champion and Reserve Champion Suffolk sheep. Presented by ABP Food Group

SP Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown

Res Taylor, Mr Dennis, Coleraine

THE NI SUFFOLK BREEDERS’ PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP for the best sheep bred and exhibited by a member of that branch. Presented by the Suffolk Sheep Society, NI Branch

SP  Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown

Res Taylor, Mr Dennis, Coleraine

SPECIAL PRIZE, £15 and ROSETTE for the best sheep of opposite sex to the Champion, bred and exhibited by a member of that branch. Presented by the Suffolk Sheep Society, NI Branch

SP  Beacom, Mr G C, Fivemiletown

Res Priestley, Mr Mark, Downpatrick

 

Limousin

HEIFER, born on or after 1st April 2015

1st Diamond, Mr Michael  Garvagh

2nd McFarland, Mr Howard  Omagh

3rd  Clyde, Mr Robert, Templepatrick

HEIFER, born on or between 1st January and 31st March 2015

1st Rainey J & P, Kilrea

2nd McDonald, Mr Oliver  Middletown

3rd  Bailey, Mr Tom,Dunboyne

HEIFER, in calf or maiden, born on or between 1st July and 31st December 2014

1st Small, Mr Dermot, Kilkeel

2nd McParland, Mr James  Newry

3rd Clyde, Mr Robert, Templepatrick

SPECIAL PRIZES, £80 and TANKARD  for the Champion junior heifer born on or after 1st January 2015. 1st, £50; 2nd, £30. Presented by the NI Limousin Club through John Thompson & Sons Limited

SP Rainey J & P, Kilrea

Res Diamond, Mr Michael  Garvagh

 

Aberdeen Angus

COW, born on or before 31st December 2012, in calf or having produced a calf during the 12 months prior to the opening day of the Show

1st Porter, Mr James, Lisburn 

2nd Matchett, S & S, Portadown

3rd Colville, Mr Iain, Belfast

 

British Blue

COW, in calf or in milk, born on or before 30th September 2013. Calf at foot should not exceed the age of 10 months on day of show

1st Martin J & S, Newtownards

2nd  Alexander, Mr James,  Randalstown

3rd McKnight, Mr Colin, Newry

HEIFER, born on or after 1st October 2013 and on or before 30th September 2014

1st McGuinness, Mr Oliver,  Eglinton

2nd  Martin J & S, Newtownards

HEIFER, born on or after 1st October 2014

1st  O’Brien, Mr Sean

2nd Small, Mr Dermot, Kilkeel

3rd Dorman, Mr H D, Dungannon

BULL, born on or after 1st October 2014

1st  Ervine, Mr William James,  Belfast

2nd Dougherty, Mr Basil, Newtownards

3rd Ervine, Mr William James,  Belfast

PAIR OF ANIMALS, bona fide the property of one exhibitor and entered in the classes for which they are eligible.

1st Ervine, Mr William James,  Belfast

2nd  Ervine, Mr William James,  Belfast

CHAMPION PRIZES, £100 and £50 for the Champion and Reserve Champion British Blue. Presented by the Society

SP Martin J & S, Newtownards 

Res McGuinness, Mr Oliver,  Eglinton

JUNIOR BREED CHAMPION, £30 & £20 for the Champion and Reserve male or female animals born on or after 1st January 2015. Only 1st and 2nd Prize winners forward. Rosettes to be worn. Presented by the Society

SP O’Brien, Mr Sean

Res Ervine, Mr William James,  Belfast

THE HERDBOOK CUP for the best animal in the young bull class. Presented by the Parent Society

SP Ervine, Mr William James  Belfast

Res Dougherty, Mr Basil, Newtownards

THE NORDEN LABORATORIES SALVER for the best British Blue female. Presented by the NI British Blue Club

SP Martin J & S, Newtownards

Res McKnight, Mr Colin, Newry

THE NORDEN LABORATORIES SALVER for the best British Blue male. Presented by the NI British Blue Club

SP Ervine, Mr William James  Belfast

Res Dougherty, Mr Basil, Newtownards

THOMPSON PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP & TANKARD for the best animals in the young heifer class. Presented by the NI British Blue Club, through John Thompson & Sons Limited

SP O’Brien, Mr Sean

Res Small, Mr Dermot, Kilkeel

IAM AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY CUP for the best animal in the senior heifer class. Presented by the NI British Blue Club, through IAM Agricultural Machinery Ltd

SP McGuinness, Mr Oliver  Eglinton

Res Martin J & S, Newtownards

THE HUNTER KANE & SON CUP for the best senior cow. Presented by the NI British Blue Club, through Hunter Kane & Son

SP Martin J & S, Newtownards

Res Alexander, Mr James,  Randalstown

SHIELD for the best pair of animals in Class 607. Presented by the NI British Blue Club, through Balanced Feeds Limited

SP Ervine, Mr William James,  Belfast

THE ERVINE PERPETUAL CUP for the best pair of animals in class 607. Presented by the NI British Blue Club

SP Ervine, Mr William James,  Belfast

 

Horses

Hunters

MARE or GELDING, 4 years old, capable of carrying over 14st [89kg]

1st Tierney, Mrs Daphne

2nd Ormedilla, Miss Victoria  Ballynahinch

3rd  Cairnduff, Mrs Lynn,Newtownards

MARE or GELDING, 4 years old, capable of carrying 12st 7lb [80kg] and not exceeding 14st [89kg]

1st Casey, Mrs Sonya, Oldtown

2nd Tierney, Mrs Daphne

3rd Elpaso Equissage, Castlewellan

 

Brood Mares

BROOD MARE, [lightweight], thoroughbred and non thoroughbred entered in their respective stud book, certified to foal in 2016 or with foal at foot. All foals to be led

1st Wafer, Mr Patrick, Carnew

2nd  Wexford Horse Transport, Enniscorthy

3rd  Roche, Mr John Foulksmills

HUNTER BROOD MARE

(medium to heavyweight) to produce high class hunters, non thoroughbred entered in the Irish horse register and not in the draft section, certified to foal in 2016 or with foal at foot. All foals to be led

1st Roche, Mr John, Foulksmills

2nd Rountree, Alison and William  Cootehill

Colt Foal. Progeny of mare in Class 14 & 15. All foals to be led. [no entry fee]

1st Howard, Paula, Ballynahinch

2nd Roche, Mr John, Foulksmills

3rd  Rountree, Alison and William  Cootehill

Filly foal. Progeny or mare in class 14 & 15. All foals to be led [no entry fee]

1st  Wexford Horse Transport, Enniscorthy

2nd Wafer, Mr Patrick, Carnew

3rd  Rountree, Alison and William,  Cootehill

REGISTERED IRISH DRAUGHT MARE, certified to foal in 2016 or with foal at foot. All foals to be led

1st  Sloyan, Mr Seamus, Castlerea

2nd Kee, Charmaine, Letterkenny

3rd  Molloy, Mr Daniel, Athlone

Pure bred colt or filly in class

18. All foals to be led [no entry fee].

1st   Molloy, Mr Daniel, Athlone

2nd Maguire, Miss Joanne,  Moate

3rd  Sloyan, Mr Seamus, Castlerea

Half bred colt or filly in class 18. All foals to be led [no entry fee]

1st   Sweeney, Mr Gerard,  Letterkenny

CHAMPION PRIZES, £100 and £50 for the Champion and Reserve Champion non- thoroughbred Brood Mare. Presented by the Society

SP Wafer, Mr Patrick, Carnew

Res Wexford Horse Transport , Enniscorthy 

 

THE EDITH HARRIS PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHY for the

best non-thoroughbred Brood Mare. Presented by Mr F G

Harris, Ballygowan, in memory of his wife

SP Wafer, Mr Patrick, Carnew

Res Wexford Horse Transport , Enniscorthy 

CHAMPION PRIZES, £50 and

£25 for the Champion and Reserve Champion registered Irish draught mare. Presented by the Society

SP Sloyan, Mr Seamus, Castlerea

Res Wexford Horse Transport , Enniscorthy 

 

IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE

SOCIETY PERPETUAL SILVER CUP for the best registered

Irish Draught Brood Mare. Presented by the Irish Draught Society [NI]

1st Sloyan, Mr Seamus, Castlerea

2nd Kee, Charmaine, Letterkenny

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