Shrewsbury show results
Jimmy Douglas’ Cairness flock has once again claimed the overall championship at the Suffolk Sheep Society’s National Show and Sale at Shrewsbury today, with his champion coming from the single ram class.
This leader was 33H 12:135, a Middlemuir Messi son out of a dam by Muiresk King of Diamonds.
In reserve was a lamb from Chris and Sally Holmes Rookery flock which had come from their pen of three. This was DND 12:018, a son of Cairness Liam out of a dam by Cairness Almighty the Second which was first prize at Balmoral Show as a ewe lamb.
Winning the shearling ram class was Sandy Fraser with a tup by Solwaybank Sovereign out of a dam by Hayfield Hesston. He had previously been interbreed champion at Newark and Notts Show. Second in this class was Robin Irwin with a shearling by Cairness Carbon out of a dam by Glenhead Glaramara and third was Viv Samuel with a tup by Rookery High Power out of a dam by Cairness Impact.
In the recorded ram class the red ticket went to Willie Tait with a lamb by Shannagh Resolve and out of a dam by Baileys Invincible, T86 12:058. Second to him was a lamb from Roger and Mike Weaver P50 12:079. He is by Stockton Nobleman and out of a dam by Perrinpit Kernel. And in third was a lamb from John Key, L20:12049, a Langside Premier son out of a dam by Sitlow Centurion.
The open ram lamb class was won by the overall champion from Jimmy Douglas, with Chris and Sally Holmes in second with their lamb DND 12005. This Haddo High Voltage son is out of a dam by Marwood Millenium Man and was breed champion at Three Counties. Then in third was a lamb fro Gary Beacm JFF 12042, this is by Cairness Cyclone and out of a dam by Strathisla Shadrach.
Winning the Gigot class were Aled and Nia Williams with their lamb NCY 12:016 by Rhaeadr Richie McCaw out of a dam by Rhaeadr Obama. Second to him was a ram lamb from Myfyr Evans by Baileys BMW and out of a dam by Conveth Gold Bar. Third spot went to Messrs Ligget with their ram lamb by Rhaeadr Red Bull and out of a dam by Conveth Royal Flush.
The group of three was won by Robbie Wilson, with Willie Tait second and Chris Holmes third.