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GREAT YORKSHIRE SHOW 2009

14th - 16th JULY 2009

RESULTS

JERSEY: Class 166: MAIDEN HEIFER
born in 2008.
FIRST: 1119
Longley Farm, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Holmfirth May Dolly
Second: 1121
Saxby Family, Skipton, North Yorkshire
Saxown BRC Pansy 6
Third: 1120
I R G Collins & Partners, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire
Churchroyd Comerica Dusky

JERSEY: Class 167: HEIFER
in calf, born on or between 1 April and 31 December 2007.
FIRST: 1129
Coldeaton Jerseys, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Coldeaton Whiskey Annette
Second: 1126
Saxby Family, Skipton, North Yorkshire
Saxown Roccos Cash 58
Third: 1125
Ravenfield Jerseys, Hull, East Yorkshire
Ravenfield Florence 12

JERSEY: Class 168: COW
any age, not less than 5 months in calf.
FIRST: 1130
Saxby Family, Skipton, North Yorkshire
Saxown Excalibers Daylight 3
Second: 1131
J & E Dickinson, Nr Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Holmfirth Barber Belinda

JERSEY: Class 169: HEIFER
in milk, which has produced her first and only calf before attaining the age of two and a half years. Best Udder, selected by the judge will wear a red ribbon on its tail.
FIRST: 1134
Messrs M & D Wilson, Appleby, Cumbria
Hailstone Sulton Winsome VG.87
Second: 1133
J & E Dickinson, Nr Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Holmfirth Paramount Olivia
Third: 1132
Ravenfield Jerseys, Hull, East Yorkshire
Ravenfield Milkys Surprise UG 85

JERSEY: Class 170: COW
in milk, born in or after 2005. Best Udder, selected by the judge will wear a red ribbon on its tail.
FIRST: 1135
G M & A J Harrison, Leyburn, North Yorkshire
Hillside Laser’s Ann
Second: 1138
Pavenham Jerseys, Boston, Lincolnshire
Pavenham Iben 12 UG89
Third: 1136
A & D Mackellar, Stowe by Chartley, Staffordshire
Blodwell Zik Nina

JERSEY: Class 171: COW
in milk, born in or before 2004. Best Udder, selected by the judge will wear a red ribbon on its tail.
FIRST: 1151
Pavenham Jerseys, Boston, Lincolnshire
Pavenham Iben 9 Ex94
Second: 1147
A & D Mackellar, Stowe by Chartley, Staffordshire
Barcapel Remake Mamie
Third: 1149
Coldeaton Jerseys, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Itaskas Fillpail Annette

JERSEY: Class 172: PRODUCTION/INSPECTION -
Cow, in milk or in calf, which has completed any lactation not exceeding 305 days at the closing date of entries. Animals to be judged on conformation with the winning animal awarded 600 points and reducing by 50 points for each placing. 1 point per kg of fat and 1 point per kg of protein will be added to the inspection points to give the final placing. Official Milk certificates must accompany each entry brought forward for judging in this class. Only animals entered in classes 168, 170 and 171 may compete in this class where eligible. Entry for this class must be stated at time of stall booking.
FIRST: 1130
Saxby Family, Skipton, North Yorkshire
Saxown Excalibers Daylight 3
Second: 1131
J & E Dickinson, Nr Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Holmfirth Barber Belinda
Third: 1153
Saxby Family, Skipton, North Yorkshire
Saxown Sambos Cash 26

JERSEY: Class 173: GROUP OF THREE ANIMALS
the property of and bred by the same exhibitor. Open to animals already entered and SHOWN in this breed section.
FIRST: 1156
Saxby Family, Skipton, North Yorkshire
Second: 1154
Ravenfield Jerseys, Hull, East Yorkshire
Third: 1155
J & E Dickinson, Nr Barnsley, South Yorkshire

JERSEY: Class 174: PAIR OF ANIMALS BY THE SAME SIRE OR OUT OF THE SAME DAM
the property of the same exhibitor but not necessarily bred by the exhibitor. Open to animals already entered and SHOWN in this breed section.
FIRST: 1159
Saxby Family, Skipton, North Yorkshire
Sired by Lester Sambo
Second: 1158
J & E Dickinson, Nr Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Sired by Sulton
Third: 1157
Ravenfield Jerseys, Hull, East Yorkshire
Sired by Pavenham Iben Jude

JERSEY: CH80:
Additional: Jersey Junior Champion - YAS Junior Champion Rosette & prize card. The Reserve Champion will also receive a Championship Rosette & prize card. Animals to be born in or after 2006.
FIRST: 1135
G M & A J Harrison, Leyburn, North Yorkshire
Hillside Laser’s Ann
Second: 1129
Coldeaton Jerseys, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Coldeaton Whiskey Annette

JERSEY: SP34:
Additional: Best Udder in Show - The Mossbank Perpetual Trophy offered by the North East of England Jersey Cattle Club. Entries from classes 166, 167 & 168 will be considered for this award.
FIRST: 1135
G M & A J Harrison, Leyburn, North Yorkshire
Hillside Laser’s Ann
Second: 1149
Coldeaton Jerseys, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Itaskas Fillpail Annette

JERSEY: SP35:
Additional: Best Cow or Heifer registered in the Herd Book, bred by an Exhibitor who is a member of the Jersey Cattle Society - Special Rosette & Prize Card. The Winner of this award will also receive a YAS Special Rosette.
FIRST: 1135
G M & A J Harrison, Leyburn, North Yorkshire
Hillside Laser’s Ann

JERSEY: SP36:
Additional: Best Group of Three Animals Bred by the Exhibitor - The James Heath Memorial Cup, a Perpetual Trophy offered by Mr & Mrs J F Heath.
FIRST: 1156
Saxby Family, Skipton, North Yorkshire

JERSEY: SP37:
Additional: Best home-bred Yearling or in calf Heifer - The Colin Clubley Memorial Cup. (The Exhibitor must have bred the maternal Dam and Grand Dam to be eligible). The Winner of this award will also receive a YAS Special Rosette.
FIRST: 1119
Longley Farm, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Holmfirth May Dolly

SUPREME DAIRY CHAMPIONSHIP: CH81:
Additional: Supreme Champion Dairy Animal - The Arla Foods Milk Partnership Trophy and Supreme Championship Sash, Rosette & prize card awarded by Yorkshire Agricultural Society. The Reserve Champion will receive Rosette & prize card.
FIRST: 1135
G M & A J Harrison, Leyburn, North Yorkshire
Hillside Laser’s Ann

INTERBREED JUNIOR DAIRY CHAMPIONSHIP: CH82:
Additional: Interbreed Junior Champion Dairy Animal - A Championship Sash and prize card awarded by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society. The Reserve Champion will receive a Championship Rosette & prize card. Animals to be born in or after 2006.
FIRST: 1135
G M & A J Harrison, Leyburn, North Yorkshire
Hillside Laser’s Ann

BLYTHEWOOD DAIRY PAIRS COMPETITION: Class 175: BLYTHEWOOD DAIRY PAIRS COMPETITION
The aim of the competition is to find the “Best Matching Pair of Animals from each Breed”. Two female animals are selected by the Breed Society before 3pm on the Tuesday of Show. Entries listing the animals names and catalogue numbers are to be placed in a box at the Cattle Foreman’s Office. Entries for this section can be from any of the following breeds: to be from the following breeds: Holstein, Dairy Shorthorn, Ayrshire or Jersey. No Entry Fee is required. Preliminary judging will take place on the Wednesday after the Interbreed Junior Dairy Championship; animals to be shown without rosettes. The final judging will take place in the Main Ring at the same time as the Grand Parade on Wednesday. The Winning Dairy Pair will receive £400, Rosettes & Prize cards. Yorkshire Agricultural Society Tankards will be awarded to the winning pairs’ stockpersons. The Reserve will receive £200, Rosettes & Prize cards. A Yorkshire Agricultural Society Trophy will be awarded to the Winning Dairy Pair for presentation purposes only. This trophy will not be available to the exhibitor/s due to the age and fragility of this particular trophy. Prize money will be paid direct to the Breed Society and not individual owners.
Second: BYD2
Jersey Cattle Society, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
Pavenham Iben 12 UG89 and Hillside Laser’s Ann

INTERBREED DAIRY GROUP CHAMPIONSHIPS: Class 176: FOR THE BEST GROUP OF FIVE ANIMALS
selected from entries in the Dairy section. Each Group is to consist of *2 Cows in milk from seperate classes, 1 Cow in calf, 1 Heifer in milk and 1 Heifer in calf. *In the event of any breed having only one Cow in milk class, the second animal may be drawn from this class. The animals will parade without any rosettes that have previously won. Conditions: 1. The entries will only be accepted from breed societies. 2. Not more than one group may be entered by each society. 3. No entry fee is required. 4. The breed society is required to state that it intends to make an entry. 5. The animals may be owned by one or more exhibitors but must be entered as a group in the name of the breed society only and not individual owners. 6. Prize money will only be paid to the breed society and not individual owners. The Catalogue numbers of the animals selected to make up the group must be given to the stewards when entering the judging ring.
Second: IDG2
Jersey Cattle Society, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
Third: IDG3

INTERBREED DAIRY GROUP CHAMPIONSHIPS: CH83:
Additional: Winning Group - The Crathorne Trophy offered by the late Lord Crathorne PCTD and Tankards for each of the five stockpersons, offered by Arla Foods Milk Partnership. All of the prize winning groups will receive YAS Rosettes & prize cards.
Second: IDG2
Jersey Cattle Society, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire

 
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