Interbreed success at Royal Bath and West Show

This year’s Royal Bath and West Show was the feature show for the South West region and saw a fantastic turnout of Charollais in all classes for judge Amy Pedrick to work her way through.

Class winners with judge Amy Pedrick.

She selected her champion in the form of a shearling ewe from Michael and Melanie Alford’s Foxhill flock, which then went on to take the interbreed championship of the show and join five other team members to take the interbreed group of six title on the final day of the show.

Championship presentation.
Interbreed honours for the Foxhill team.

Standing reserve to the shearling ewe was the winner of the aged ewe class from Tom Newth.

Below are the prize winners from the classes:

Breed champion, a shearling ewe from Michael and Melanie Alford’s Foxhill flock.
Interbreed group of six with sheep forward from Michael and Melanie Alford, Ed Simmons and Kate Esler, Gerald Burrough and Tom Newth.
Aged ewe class winner and reserve breed breed champ from Tom Newth.
Aged ram winner from Foxhill, a Maerdy-bred tup.
Shearling ram class winner from Gerald Burrough.
Ram lamb class winner from Foxhill.
Ewe lamb winner from Foxhill.
Group of Three winners from Gerald Burrough.