We had a fantastic day over in Northern Ireland yesterday at the Balmoral Show, with the sun shining all day which always helps. Society President Alex Sanger was judging on the day and was very impressed with a great show of cattle, including a magnificent class of heifers of 19 in total. Alex’s Champion for the day went to James Porter’s Carlhurlie Epic, by Skaill Dido out of Carlhurlie Epea. We’ll have a full report from the day to share shortly, but in the meantime, here are some of the great photographs we captured of the day for you to enjoy.
Image: Aberdeen-Angus Champion: Carlhurlie Epic of James Porter.
Image: Judge Alex Sanger presents the Drumlister Trophy for the best of opposite sex to the champion at Balmoral Show to Iain Colville, and his parents David and Rosemary from Newtownards.
Image: Freddie Davidson from Banbridge, receives the WJ Carson Memorial Perpetual Challenge Cup for the exhibitor-bred champion at Balmoral Show, from NI Aberdeen-Angus Club chairman Alan Cheney, and society president Alex Sanger who judged the 2017 show.
Image: Judge Alex Sanger presents the JD Templeton Memorial Perpetual Challenge Trophy for the best yearling bull at Balmoral Show to Brian Johnston and Hylda Mills from Scarva.
We’ll be bringing a full report from the Balmoral Show, with full details of all winners, in the next day or so. Here are some other images from a brilliant day: