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Success for first NI Beef Expo calf show

The inaugural pedigree calf show at Northern Ireland Beef Expo showcased 10 different breeds.

 

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Irish Moiled senior champion, Curraghnakeely Pandora 7.
Irish Moiled senior champion, Curraghnakeely Pandora 7.

A strong entry of Aberdeen-Angus calves were judged by John Coultrip, Kent, who awarded the senior championship to 14-month-old bull Drummeer Popper P584 , from Alan and Naomi Morrison, Maguiresbridge. Reserve was yearling bull Drumlone Evermore P527, from Kenneth Veitch, Lisbellaw.


The junior section was led by John and Samantha Allen, Strabane, with their 10-month-old heifer, Crew Lady Jazz, by Bunlaghy John G.


David Wilson and sons Robbie and Jack, Magheraveely, County Fermanagh, claimed the senior Hereford championship with their December 2014-born bull Lisrace Lumberjack 15 by Ballyaville Lifeliner. Judge Albert de Cogan, County Cork, awarded the reserve to Solpoll 1 Starlet M10, a 13-month-old heifer from John and William McMordie, Ballygowan.


Junior champion was the five-month-old Richmount 1 Mac, by Richmount 1 Kaiser exhibited by James Graham and son Bradley, Portadown.


County Down Irish Moiled breeder Michelle McCauley took the senior championship under judge Christopher Ball, Uttoxeter. Her winning entry was the 11-month-old Curraghnakeely Pandora 7, by Derrynagarra Victor.


The junior championship went to Cultra Lorraine, by Glassdrummond Karl 3, a 10-month-old heifer from Robert Berry’s herd.

Beef Shorthorn

Beef Shorthorn judge Carey Coombs, Lanarkshire, awarded the senior championship to 13-month-old bull Hurrican of Ballyvaddy, from Thomas and Kate Madden, Carnlough.


Junior champion was Burnside Jewel, a 10-month-old Chapelton Yardley heifer from William and Jill McAllister, Kells.


Jock Watson, Doncaster, judged Salers and awarded the senior championship to Carrick View Judy, a yearling heifer by Trafalgar, bred by George McCall. Reserve was September 2014-born Drumlegagh Hawk, from John Elliott, Newtownstewart.


Leading the junior line up was nine-month-old bull Carrick View Kenny Rodgers, a Trafalgar son exhibited by George McCall.


Archie MacGregor, Glasgow, judged the Charolais and chose 13-month-old Coolnaslee Jillie, by Barnsford Ferny, as senior champion, brought out by Gilbert Crawford, Maghera.


Standing reserve was the 13-month-old bull Ratoary Justrite by Loughend Apache, bred by Sean McGovern, Clogher.


Winning the junior championship was Brigadoon Lolly, a seven-month-old heifer by Brigadoon Himself bred by Albert and David Connolly, Ballynahinch.


James Hazard, Lincolnshire, judged the Limousins and gave the senior title to Larkhill Julius, a 13-month-old bull by Hightown Dalglish, from Brian and Cahir McAuley, Antrim. Reserve was Peter Murphy with Carrickaldreen Jervis, a yearling bull Nenuphar.


Leading the junior line up was Claragh Lily, an 11-month-old heifer by Wildoge Vantastic, from John and Paul Rainey, Kilrea.


The entry of Simmentals was judged by Hector MacAskill. Taking the senior championship was Lisglass Fortune, a 14-month-old bull by Dermotstown Delboy from Leslie and Christopher Weatherup, Ballyclare. Reserve was the yearling bull Drumlone Fabulous, a Carnkern Titan son, from Kenneth Veitch, Lisbellaw.


Shane and Paul McDonald, Tempo, secured the junior championship with their 10-month-old bull Coolcran Gladiator, by Kilbride Farm Ahoghill.


British Blondes were judged by Desmond Greene, County Wexford. Claiming the senior championship was the 13-month-old bull, Ivaniskey Justabull by Glenvale Harry, from Ivan, Ruth and William McElroy, Dromara, who also had the reserve, nine-month-old Ivaniskey Limited Edition.


British Blue judge Jarlath Duggan, County Laois, awarded the senior championship to Jalex Jina, an 11-month-old heifer by Empire D’Ochain from James Alexander, Randalstown. Runner-up was the 11-month-old heifer Drumboy Jessie from Oliver McCann.


The Martin family, Newtownards, claimed junior title with April 2015-born Springhil Kosher.

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