Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 24 July 2014

Balmoral Show results: Day three

Round-up of Friday's events

Ladies Best Dressed competition sponsored by The Outlet

1. Stacey Caldwell, Banbridge

2. Victoria Newbury, Newtownabbey

Ulster Wools Open

1. Bron Tango, Abergavenny

2. C Donald, Angus

3. Audrey Lamb, Carluke

DAIRY

Ayrshire

Heifer, in calf or in milk calved or due to calve by 3 years of age.

1. Alan Irwin. Clogher

2. John W Suffern. Crumlin

Heifer, in milk, calved under three years of age

1. Alan Irwin. Clogher

2. John W Suffern. Crumlin

Cow, in calf

1 Raymond Stewart. Ballyclare

Cow, in milk, having had two calves

1. J & M Hunter. Crumlin

2. Alan Irwin. Clogher

3. J & M Hunter. Crumlin

Cow, in milk, having had three calves or more

1. Alan Irwin. Clogher

2. J & M Hunter. Crumlin

3. John W Suffern. Crumlin

Cow, by March 20 has given one lactation of at least 6,000 kg

1. John W Suffern. Crumlin

2. Raymond Stewart. Ballyclare

3. John W Suffern. Crumlin

Group of three females, bona fide property of one exhibitor and entered in the classes for which they are eligible

1. Alan Irwin. Clogher

2. John W Suffern. Crumlin

Specials

Champion Ayrshire: Alan Irwin, Clogher.

Reserve champion: J&M Hunter, Crumlin

Special prize voucher

1.Alan Irwin, Clogher

2.J & M Hunter, Crumlin

The Webb Perpetual Challenge Cup

1. Alan Irwin, Clogher

2. John W Suffern, Crumlin

Special prize:

1. Raymond Stewart, Ballyclare

Silver Cow

1. John W Suffern, Crumlin

2. Raymond Stewart, Ballyclare

The Irish Ayrshire Perpetual Challenge Cup

1. Alan Irwin, Clogher

2. J&M Hunter, Crumlin

Jersey

Heifer, born on or after 1st September 2007.

1. Fleming family, Seaforde

2. Fleming family, Seaforde

3. Fleming family, Seaforde

Heifer, not in milk, born on or after 1st September 2006, and on or before 31st August 2007.

1. Miss Rachel CV Leader, Crumlin

2. Fleming family , Seaforde

3. Miss Rachel CV Leader, Crumlin

Heifer, in milk, calved under 3 years of age

1. Clandeboye Estate

2. Fleming family, Seaforde

3. Mrs Olive Lilburn & D O’Neill

Cow, in calf but not in milk, born prior to 1st September 2006

1. Fleming family, Seaforde

Cow, in milk, having had two calvings

1. Fleming family, Seaforde

2. Potterswalls Inch & Karmadale, Seaforde

3. Clandeboye Estate

Cow in milk, having had three or more calvings

1. Potterswalls Inch & Karmadale, Seaforde

2. Fleming family, Seaforde

3. Fleming family, Seaforde

Pair of animals, bona fide the property of one exhibitor and entered in the Classes for which they are eligible

1. Fleming family, Seaforde

2. Fleming family, Seaforde

3. Clandeboye Estate

Specials

Champion Jersey: Fleming family, Seaforde

Reserve champion: Fleming family, Seaforde

Special prize voucher

1. Fleming family, Seaforde

2. Fleming family, Seaforde

Barbour Perpetual Challenge Cup

1. Fleming family, Seaforde

2. Fleming family, Seaforde

Rosette and prize card for the best Jersey Cow or Heifer, registered in the Herd Book and bred by exhibitor, who is a current member of the Jersey Cattle Society

1. Fleming family, Seaforde

2. Fleming family, Seaforde

The Hugh Moore Perpetual Challenge Bowl, for the best Jersey Heifer in Classes 548 and 549, heifer and her dam bred by exhibitor

1. Clandeboye Estate

2. Fleming family, Seaforde

Silver Perpetual Challenge Cup, for the best pair of Jersey females, any age, by the same sire, not necessarily the property of one exhibitor

1. Clandeboye Estate

2. Fleming family

Holstein

Heifer, in calf, over two years of age and under three years of age on date of Show.

1. Wallace, Gaston & John. Crumlin

Heifer, under two years of age on date of Show

1. N Willis. Craigavon

2. Richard and Louise Graham, Craigavon

3. Mrs F Jayne Martin. Newtownards

Cow, in calf not less than 5 months

1. David P McClurg. Crossgar

2. N Willis. Craigavon

3. David P McClurg, Crossgar

Heifer, in milk, born on or after 1st November 2006

1. M & Dunn P Truesdale, Newtownards

2. S&J McCormick, Bangor

3. Wilson Patton, Newtownards

Heifer, in milk, born on or before 31st October 2006, having had not more than one calving

1. S& J McCormick. Bangor

2. S&J McCormick. Bangor

3. Mr J Aubrey Patterson. Bangor

Cow, in milk, having had two calvings

1. Ronald McLean & Sons. Dungannon

2. S&J McCormick. Bangor

3. Mr J Aubrey Patterson. Bangor

Cow, in milk, having had three calvings

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor

2. S&J McCormick. Bangor

3. John A Patterson & Sons. Crumlin

Cow, in milk, having had four or more calvings

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor

Cow, which by 21st March 2009 has given a certified production of not less than 50 tonnes as per part or completed lactation certification

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor

Group of three females, bona fide the property of one exhibitor and entered in the Classes for which they are eligible

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor

2. S&J McCormick. Bangor

Champion prizes, for the Champion and Reserve |Champion Holstein

1. Ronald McLean & Sons, Dungannon

2. M Truesdale & P Dunn.

Special Prize Voucher, for the winner of Special 314

1. Ronald McLean & Sons, Dungannon

2. M Truesdale & P Dunn.

Perpetual challenge trophy for the best Holstein

1. Ronald McLean & Sons, Dungannon

2. M Truesdale & P Dunn.

The Holstein Friesian Perpetual Challenge Cup |for the best Holstein

1. Ronald McLean & Sons. Dungannon

2. M Truesdale & P Dunn.

Championship Award for the exhibitor of the best Holstein. Champion Award rosette

1. Ronald McLean & Sons, Dungannon

2. M Truesdale & P Dunn.

Silver Awards for the best and second best Holstein

1. Ronald McLean & Sons, Dungannon

2. M Truesdale & P Dunn.

The R J Cooper Memorial Trophy for the best Junior Female

1. M Truesdale & P Dunn.

2. S&J McCormick. Bangor.

Special Prizes, £50 and £25, for the best and reserve exhibitor bred animals

1. Ronald McLean & Sons. Dungannon

2. S&J McCormick. Bangor.

Special Prize, £50, for the best uddered animal

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor.

The Craigbet Rosan Perpetual Challenge Cup

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor.

Special Prizes for the first, second and third placed animals in Class 562

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor.

Special Prize Voucher, value £50, for the winner of Class 562

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor.

Rosette for the best uddered animal

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor.

Rosette for the best exhibitor bred animal

1. Ronald McLean & Sons,|Dungannon.

2. S&J McCormick. Bangor.

Dairy Interbreed

Special Prize, £300 and Crystal Memento for the Overall Dairy Breed Champion of Champions

1. Fleming family, Seaforde

2. Ronald McLean & Sons, Dungannon

Special Prizes, £250 & £150, for the Champion and Reserve Champion Dairy breed pair

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor

2. S&J McCormick. Bangor

The Dalgety Dairy Perpetual Challenge Cup and £200 for the best Group in the Dairy Group Competition

1. S&J McCormick. Bangor

2.S&J McCormick. Bangor

Special Prize, £125 ,and Memento, for the breed having the best presentation of Dairy Cattle at the Show

1. Jersey

2. Holstein

SHEEP

Border Leicester

Ram, two-shear and upwards

1. Dr T Horner. Bangor

Shearling ram

1. Graham & McCrum. Dromara

2. Harold Dickey. Ballymena

3. B&C McIlroy. Larne

Ewe, two-shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2009

1. Dr T Horner. Bangor

2. Harold Dickey. Ballymena

3. Howard McIlwaine. Saintfield

Shearling Ewe

1. Jonathan Aiken. Dromore

2. Samuel Agnew. Ballyclare

3. Jonathan Aiken. Dromore

Ram lamb, born in 2009, bred by exhibitor

1. Howard McIlwaine. Saintfield.

2. Harold Dickey. Ballymena

3. David & Liz Mawhinney. Newtownards.

Ewe lamb, born in 2009, bred by exhibitor

1. B&C McIlroy. Larne

2. David & Liz Mawhinney. Newtownards.

3. Harold McIlwaine. Saintfield.

Champion Prizes, £50 & £25, for the Champion and Reserve Champion Border Leicester Sheep

1. Dr T Horner. Bangor

2. Jonathan Aiken. Dromore

The Black Challenge Cup for the best Group of Border Leicester sheep, consisting of a Breeding Ewe, a Shearling Ewe and a Ewe Lamb

1. David & Liz Mawhinney. Newtownards.

2. David & Liz Mawhinney. |Newtownards.

Special Rosette for the best Group of three sheep consisting of one Ram one year and up, one Ewe one year and up and one Ram or Ewe lamb, the property of the same exhibitor, entered in their respective Classes

1. B&C McIlroy. Larne

2. Harold Dickey. Ballymena

Special Prizes for the best Group of three sheep consisting of one Ram one year and up, one Ewe one year and up and one Ram or Ewe lamb, the property of the same exhibitor, entered in their respective Classes

1. B&C McIlroy. Larne

2. Harold Dickey. Ballymena

Special Prize, £10, for the best Border Leicester animal registered in the Flock Book.

1. Dr T Horner. Bangor

2. B&C McIlroy. Larne



Blackface Ram, two-shear and upwards, shorn

1. Rodger Crawford, Ballymena

2. Rodger Crawford, Ballymena

3. Rodger Crawford, Ballymena

Shearling ram, shorn

1. Rodger Crawford, Ballymena

2. Rodger Crawford, Ballymena

3. Trevor Wray. Ballymena

Ewe, two-shear and upwards, in wool, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2009

1. Paul McEvoy. Newry

2. Paul McEvoy. Newry

3. Hugh Crawford. Ballymena

Shearling ewe, shorn

1. Hugh Crawford. Ballymena

2. Paul McEvoy. Newry

3. Rodger Crawford. Ballymena

Ram lamb, born in 2009, bred by exhibitor

1. Hugh Crawford. Ballymena

2. Paul McEvoy. Newry

3. Rodger Crawford. Ballymena

Ewe lamb, born in 2009, bred by exhibitor

1. Rodger Crawford. Ballymena

2. Paul McEvoy. Newry

3. Paul McEvoy. Newry

Champion Prizes, £50 and £25, for the Champion and Reserve Champion Blackface Sheep

1. Paul McEvoy. Newry

2. Rodger Crawford. Ballymena

Rosette to the Exhibitor of the best Group of three Blackface Sheep, not more than one animal from any Class

1. Paul McEvoy. Newry

2. Paul McEvoy. Newry

The Doravil Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best Blackface Sheep, the property of an exhibitor Resident in Ireland

1. Paul McEvoy. Newry

The Alexander perpetual Challenge Cup for the best Blackface ewe bred in NI

Paul McEvoy. Newry

Greyface

Ewe, two-shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2009

1. Miss Michelle Wright. Ballymena

2. M&A Graham

3. M&A Graham

Shearling ewe dry. To be shown shorn

1. Miss Michelle Wright. Ballymena

2. M&A Graham

3. M&A Graham

Champion Prizes, £50 and £25, for the Champion and Reserve Champion Greyface Sheep

1. Miss Michelle Wright. Ballymena

2. M&A Graham

The Richard D Warwick Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best Greyface sheep

1. Miss Michelle Wright. Ballymena

2. M&A Graham

Special Prize, £10, for the best Greyface Sheep

1. Miss Michelle Wright. Ballymena

2. M&A Graham

Charollais

Ewe lamb, born on or after 1st December 2008, bred by exhibitor

1. Jeremy Aiken. Dromara

2. Diane Christie. Comber

3. David and Liz Mawhinney. Newtownards.

Champion Prizes, £50 and £25, for the Champion and Reserve Champion Charollais Sheep

1. Jeremy Aiken. Dromara

2. Diane Christie. Comber

Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best Charollais Sheep

1. Jeremy Aiken. Dromara

2. Diane Christie. Comber

Rosette for the best Charollais Sheep

1. Jeremy Aiken. Dromara

Perpetual Challenge Trophy for the best group of three |Charollais sheep exhibited by a Member of that Society and entered in their respective Classes

1. Jeremy Aiken. Dromara

2. Diane Christie. Comber

Kerryhill Ram, two shear and upwards

1. James Barr. Kells

2. Wallace Clarke. Hillsborough

3. Robert J McCauley. Dromore

Shearling ram

1. James McClintock. Ballymena

2. James McClintock. Ballymena

3. Dale Wylie. Ballymena

Ewe, two shear and upwards, rearing or having reared a lamb in 2009

1. Sean and Fiona McAllister. Ballycastle

2. Sean and Fiona McAllister. Ballycastle

3. James Barr. Kells

Shearling ewe

1. Dale Wylie. Ballymena

2. Wallace Clarke. Hillsborough

3. Robert J McCauley. Dromore

Ewe lamb

1. Sean and Fiona McAllister. Ballycastle

2. Robert J McCauley. Dromore

3. Dale Wylie. Ballymena

Ram lamb

1. James Barr. Kells

2. Sean and Fiona McAllister. |Ballycastle

3. Robert J McCauley. Dromore

Champion Prizes, £50 an £25, for the Champion and Reserve |Champion Kerryhill Sheep.

1. James McClintock. Ballymena

2. Sean and Fiona McAllister. Ballycastle

HORSES

Clydesdales

Brood mare, certified in foal, having produced a foal in 2009 or with foal at foot

1. Mrs J Reid. Ballymoney

Yield mare, 3 years old and upwards

1. F&G Hanna. Ballymoney

2. John Drummond. Bangor

Gelding, 3 years old and upwards

1. Bertie Hanna. Saintfield

2. Eric Hinds. Banbridge

3. John Williamson. Maghera

Colt or gelding, foaled in 2007

1. Victor Scott. Limavady

2. David McBriar. Ballynahinch

Filly, foaled in 2007

1. A&G Tanner. Castlerock

2. F&G Hanna. Ballymoney

3. J Cross. Ballyclare

Colt or gelding, foaled in 2008

1. Gordon Smyth

2. J Cross. Ballyclare

3. Sam Parke. Downpatrick

Filly, foaled in 2008

1. R&T&N Taggart. Ballycastle

2. Terry Mills.Newtownstewart

3. John Drummond. Bangor

Champion Prize, £50, and Crystal Trophy for the Champion Clydesdale

1. A&G Tanner. Castlerock

2. F&G Hanna. Ballymoney

The Douglas D Murray Perpetual Championship Cup for the best Clydesdale

1. A&G Tanner. Castlerock

3. F&G Hanna. Ballymoney

The Waugh Family Medal for the best Clydesdale

1. A&G Tanner. Castlerock

2. F&G Hanna. Ballymoney

Special Prize, £25, for the best Clydesdale of opposite sex to Champion

1. Gordon Smyth.

Victory Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best Yearling Clydesdale Filly

1. R&T&N Taggart. Ballycastle

Victory Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best Yearling Clydesdale Colt

1. Gordon Smyth

Shield for the best Yearling or two years old Filly, registered or eligible for registration with the Clydesdale Society, not having won a shield before

1. R&T&N Taggart. Ballycastle

Shield for the best Yearling or two years old Colt, registered or eligible for registration with the Clydesdale Society, not having won a shield in its lifetime

1. Gordon Smyth

Working hunters

Mare or gelding, 4 years old, over 148cms, maximum height of fences to be 3'3"

1. Sandra Hamilton. Ballyclare

2. Terry Johnston. Portadown

3. Jamie Smyth. Ballymena

Mare or gelding, 5 or 6 years old, over 148cms, maximum height of fences to be 3'6"

1. Yvonne Pearson. Newtownards

2. Michael and Ashleigh Murphy, Wexford

3. Suzanne Finlay. Comber

Mare or gelding, 7 years old and over, over 148cms, maximum height of fences to be 3'9"

1. Patrick McAvoy. Dungannon

2. Louise Dillon. Newtownhamilton

3. Joanne McSeveney. Ballymena

Champion Prizes, £50 and £25, for the Champion and Reserve Champion Working Hunter

1. Yvonne Pearson. Newtownards

2. Patrick McAvoy, Dungannon

Ridden ponies

Pony, mare or gelding, [Lead Rein] 4 years old and over, not exceeding 123cms. Riders not to have attained their 7th birthday before 1st January in the current year

1. Anita McClurg. Broughshane

2. S Houston. Crossgar

3. Chloe and Jane Bush. Belfast

Pony, mare or gelding, [First Ridden] 4 years old and over, not exceeding 123cms, suitable for and to be ridden by children who have not attained their 10th birthday before 1st January in the current year

1. Richard Lyttle. Ballynahinch

2. Daryl Somerville. Portadown

3. Julia H McLaughlin. Killinchy

Show Hunter ony, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 153cms

1. Jeannie Taggart. Ederney

2. AB Hanna. Antrim

3. Eirin Corbett. Ballynahinch

Pony, mare or gelding, 4 yrs old and over, not exceeding 128cms

1. M Letters. Carrickfergus

2. A McClenaghan. Newtownards

3. Gillian Gill. Ballynahinch

Pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, over 138cms and not exceeding 148cms

1. Jeannie Taggart. Ederney

2. GF Torrens. Convoy

3. Adele Davies, Guilford

Champion Prizes, £50 and £25- for the Champion and Reserve Champion in Classes 52-54

1. M Letters. Carrickfergus

2. Jeannie Taggart. Ederney

The E Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best Pony in Classes 52-54

1. M Letters. Carrickfergus

2. Jeannie Taggart. Ederney

The Calwell Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best Pony in Class 53

1. M Letters. Carrickfergus

2. Jeannie Taggart. Ederney

The Calwell Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best Pony in Class 54

1. M Letters. Carrickfergus

2. Jeannie Taggart. Ederney

Working hunter ponies

Pony, mare or gelding [Starter Stakes, Open], 4 years old and over, not exceeding 133cms, suitable for and to be ridden|by riders who have not attained their 12th birthday on 1st January

1. Y Rooney.

2. P McGowan

3. P McGowan

Showjumping

The Aon McMillen International Accumulator

1. Conor Drain on Shanroe Penny

2. Alex Duffy on Ucorado B

3. John Higgins on Flaming Star

The Vodafone International Grand Prix

1. Frank Curran on Pepp

2. Lucy Buchanan on Cavalier Andy

3. Stephanie Finetto on Merlin’s Magic

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