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  • Writer's pictureBritish Galway Sheep Society

Royal Three Counties Show

A strong turnout of British Galway sheep were put forward by exhibitors at the Royal Three Counties Show on Sunday 18th June, for judge Carole Muddiman to cast her eye over.


Taking the Breed Championship was the aged ram, Quoile River Augustus (born 2020), exhibited by Miss Sarah Cook, Cambridgeshire, and bred by Penny Hutchinson, County Down. In reserve was the February-born winner of the ram lamb class, Alcroft Denzel, bred and exhibited by Sarah Cook.


The female classes saw wins for R. D. & P. L. Hall, Leicestershire, in both the ewe and ewe lamb classes, with Miss Jenny Gamblin, Somerset, taking first prize in the class for the best group of three.


Championship line up, Royal Three Counties 2023

RESULTS


Breed Champion

Aged ram Quoile River Augustus, exhibited by Miss Sarah Cook, bred by Penny Hutchinson


Reserve Champion

Ram lamb Alcroft Denzel, bred and exhibited by Miss Sarah Cook


Ram

1st - 2760 - Miss Sarah Cook

2nd - 2762 - Mr R. D. & P. L. Hall

3rd - 2761 - Miss Jenny Gamblin


Ram Lamb

1st - 2764 - Miss Sarah Cook

2nd - 2765 - Miss Jenny Gamblin

3rd - 2767 - Mr R. D. & P. L. Hall


Ewe

1st - 2770 - Mr R. D. & P. L. Hall

2nd - 2768 - Miss Sarah Cook

3rd - 2769 - Miss Jenny Gamblin


Ewe Lamb

1st - 2774 - Mr R. D. & P. L. Hall

2nd - 2772 - Miss Jenny Gamblin

3rd - 2773 - Mr R. D. & P. L. Hall


Group of three, selected from animals entered in the above classes

1st - 2775 - Miss Jenny Gamblin

2nd - 2776 - Mr R. D. & P. L. Hall

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