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Royal Welsh Show 2017

Doncombe Blondes took full honours at the Royal Welsh show, lifting both the champion and reserve champion titles by Judge Ian Appleton from Hartlepool, Cleveland who runs the Applejack herd. Doncombe Indika was awarded the supreme championship, she was born in January '13 and is sired by Rodleigh Voageur, bred and exhibited by David and Sue Knight from Bristol. Indika also won the junior cow class before lifting the Romer Gabriella trophy for the champion female and then the perpetual trophy for the Supreme Blonde champion. Reserve champion Doncombe Mulungu, came from the same herd and was also sired by Rodleigh Voyageur, again bred by David and Sue Knight from Bristol. Born April ’16, Mulu

Great Yorkshire Show 2017

We saw a wet start to the Yorkshire show but this didn't dampen the mood. Supreme Champion was awarded to Thor Atkinson from Cumbria with Felltop Joyce born May '14, sired by Ark Diego and bred by John Stott Cumbria. She was awarded both the Rebecca Seels Memorial trophy for the female champion as well as the British Blonde perpetual trophy for British Blonde breed champion. Taking the Reserve championship was Lucy Corner from Co.Durham with homebred Lucyland Jellybean sired by Fronfedw Arawn born March '14. Junior and Male Champion was awarded to Kate McNeil with Katem McAlan sired by Hallmark Boxster born April '16 from south Yorkshire. Reserve junior was Melissa Donaldson from North

North East Blonde Club - New Sponsor

Fantastic support from a new club sponsor for the North East Blonde Club. Mandy will be around the Great Yorkshire Show all next week and will be leaving literature at the Club Stand for your consideration. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/YorkshireFootTrimmers

Royal Highland Show 2017

Shanvalley Jagger crossed the water to take Blonde championship at the Royal Highland Show. Senior Male, overall Male & Blonde Champion were the accolades that Shanvalley Jagger collected at the Royal Highland show presentation this year under the judges eye, Mr Andrew Bailey who ran the Baileys herd from Cumbria. Jagger born April ’14 sired by Seaview Barney from Co.Down also collected the Brownhill perpetual challenge trophy for the best Blonde animal bred by the exhibitor. Senior Female Champion and Reserve Overall champion went to Alan Walker from Ayrshire with Overton Jess ET with calf at foot. Jess born January ’14 was sired by Doncombe Aga Khan and bred by Sheena Kennedy. Senior cow

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