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South Gloucestershire Show

Rounding up another successful season of breed classes in the BWCS calendar for 2023 was South Gloucestershire Show on Saturday 5th August, where exhibitors braved the rainy conditions to put forward a strong showing in every section.

Judged by Mr Keith Harding of the Templar herd, Leicestershire, it was the senior bull Castleton Ken from the Wright family, Powys, which took both the Male and Breed Championships on the day. The female section was headed up by Amaroo Pommery from Mrs R Pugh, St Helens, which took the Female and Reserve Breed Championship prizes after winning the class for heifer under 18 months of age.

Judge Keith Harding presents the Breed Championship trophy to David Wright


Date Saturday 5th August 2023

Judge Mr Keith Harding, Leicestershire

Breed Champion, Male Champion Castleton Ken, CMB, JAW & DM Wright

Reserve Breed Champion, Female Champion Amaroo Pommery, Mrs R Pugh

Bull, any age 1st Castleton Ken, CMB, JAW & DM Wright; 2nd Lordswood Finley, Mr J Brain

Cow or heifer, in calf or with calf at foot 1st Dallyashes Lappet, Mr M Jones; 2nd Marshbrook Blueberry, Mrs E Astbury; 3rd Amaroo Pretty Pinion, Mr M Jones

Heifer, over 18 months of age 1st Castleton Ann, CMB, JAW & DM Wright; 2nd Dallyashes Heloise, Mrs AS Hamilton; 3rd Elgany Flora, Mr J Brain

Heifer, under 18 months of age 1st Amaroo Pommery, Mrs R Pugh; 2nd Marshbrook Snowdrop, Mrs E Astbury; 3rd Waun Wern Loli, Mr M Jones

Best pair of animals 1st Castleton, CMB, JAW & DM Wright; 2nd Dallyashes/Amaroo, Mrs AS Hamilton & Mrs R Pugh; 3rd Lordswood, Mr J Brain; 4th Marshbrook, Mrs E Astbury


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