Breed judges from throughout the UK and Ireland were unanimous in their praise for the Pedigree Calf Fair and Beef NI Expo, held at the Balmoral Showgrounds in Belfast.
Speaking after the one-day show, which featured three show rings and ten native and continental beef breeds, event organiser and chairman David Connolly said: ”It’s been another fantastic event, and we certainly exceeded our strap-line ‘Bigger and Better’.
“The 2016 show has surpassed last year’s inaugural event, attracting hundreds of spectators and more than 80 trade exhibits. Cattle entries were on a par with last year, and the judges were all impressed with the quality of the calves and the high level of stockmanship.
“Our judges have been busy throughout the day, and all were in agreement that the show provides a platform for the province’s pedigree beef champions of tomorrow. Many of last year’s winners went on to achieve top accolades and command high prices at local and national shows and sales. I have no doubt that many of this year’s prize winners will follow in their footsteps.”
David Connolly continued: ”One of the highlights of the day was seeing 40 of the country’s best calves enter the show ring for the grand parade. This was a spectacular sight to round-off another successful show.
“Shows are a shop window for our pedigree livestock, and the success of the event confirms that there is a need for a multi-breed beef show at this time of year. “
French judge Laurent Antignac was impressed with the professionalism of the young showmanship competitors. “They are a credit to Northern Ireland,” he commented.
Beef Shorthorn breeder Denise Bailie from Dromara was delighted when she was approached by a commercial suckler farmer interested in buying the day’s senior breed champion. The fourteen-month-old bull Croobview Winsome Jackpot was subsequently sold for an undisclosed sum, and both parties were delighted with the impromptu deal.
Denise Bailie, and son Uel, also won the Genus ABS Show Team Award. Jointly claiming the runner-up prize are Aberdeen Angus and Shorthorn exhibitor James Porter, Dromore; and Salers breeder John Elliott, Newtownstewart.
While many eyes were firmly fixed on the various breed classes, the overarching theme for the event was Beef Strategy 2020. Several keynote speakers took to the stage to deliver short presentations aimed at helping farmers to encompass the breeding, nutrition and health needs of the industry.
The seminar sessions included short presentations by Dr Francis Lively, AFBI; William Minchin, MSD Animal Health; and Paul Elwood, HVS Animal Health. The Ulster Farmers’ Union also used the opportunity to discuss the implications for local farmers post Brexit.
Visitors to the one-day show enjoyed browsing the variety of trade stands on display, with many welcoming the various discounts and show deals that were on offer throughout the day.
Concluding David Connolly said: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors, exhibitors, judges, stewards, and spectators. Without their support this event would not have been possible.
“On the whole we have had positive feedback about the 2016 show. The various enhancements introduced this year contributed to an even more successful event. However, the main challenge for 2017 will be the location. The nostalgic Kings Hall complex has been rejuvenated by Beef NI Expo, but only time will tell if it was our last show at this iconic venue.”
The Pedigree Calf Fair and Beef NI Expo was organised in conjunction with the Livestock and Meat Commission. The organising committee is indebted to its sponsors for their generous financial support. They include: Bovipast RPS, HVS Liquid Gold, Devenish Nutrition, Bank of Ireland, TopStock, SERE Motors and Hudson Trailers.
Results from the Pedigree Calf Fair:
A strong entry of Aberdeen Angus calves were judged by William McLaren from the noted Netherton Herd based at Blackford in Perthshire.
Taking the day’s senior championship was the fourteen-month-old bull Coolermoney Ronaldo R563 bred by Adrian and Graeme Parke, Strabane. Sired by Netherton Mr Brazilian, he is out of the home-bred Coolermoney Rachel. Claiming the reserve senior title was the September 2015 heifer Brookhall Velvet R103 from Eric and Judith McClelland’s 35-cow herd at Banbridge. Sired by Netherton Mr Rader J527, she stood first in her class at the NI Aberdeen Angus Club’s recent calf show in Dungannon.
Stealing the limelight in the junior section was the ten-month-old heifer Home Farm Ebony Stunner bred by Fintan Keown, Belleek. She is a daughter of the three-times All Ireland champion Rosemead Karona, and was reserve heifer calf champion at the breed club’s calf show a few weeks ago. Runner-up for the junior championship ribbons was the January 2016 Birches Passion S951 bred by the Matchett family from Portadown. This heifer is a daughter of the herd’s stock bull Carrigroe Fred.
Bull born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 - 1, Adrian and Graeme Parke, Coolermoney Ronaldo by Netherton Mr Brazilian; 2, J and S Allen, Crew Defender R155 by Sandside Elector; 3, J and S Allen, Crew Dominator R133 ET by Nightingale Dunbar.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 - 1, Eric and Judith McClelland, Brookhall Velvet by Netherton Mr Radar; 2, J and S Allen, Crew Diamond R144 ET by Nightingale Dunbar.
Bull born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 - 1, Kevin McOscar, Island Farm Rupert S257 by Nightingale Proud Jake G405; 2, Samuel Scott and Son, Drumawhey Piper S995 by Clooncarne Kyle; 3, James Porter, Old Glenort Ethan S246 by The Moss Quebec.
Heifer born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 - 1, Fintan Keown, Home Farm Ebony Stunner by Rosemead Karona; 2, S and S Matchett, Birches Passion S951 by Carrigroe Fred; 3, Adrian and Graeme Parke, Coolermoney Lady Hilda by Steil Hero.
Bull born after 01/04/16 - 1, Alwyn Armour, Woodvale Trooper S031 by Woodvale Kool Jaguar N157; 2, Richard and Fiona McKeown, Ashvale Lord Jet S042 by Bova Lord; 3, Adrian and Graeme Parke, Coolermoney Ralf S611 by Retties JFK M195.
Heifer born after 01/04/16 - 1, Adrian and Graeme Parke, Coolermoney Ruth by Netherton Mr Brazilian; 2, S and S Matchett, Birches Bell S161 sired by Carrigroe Fred; 3, James Porter, Old Glenort Precious Pollot by Cardona Fergus.
Greer Watson from Crossgar claimed the senior championship in the hotly contested Hereford section under judge Tony Bradstock from Herefordshire. The October 2015 Barnburn 1 Napolean is by the award winning herd sire Panmure 1 Kingsley, and bred from Barnburn 1 Jazzy Lady – one of 7 cows in the herd.
Runner-up for the senior title was Solpoll 1 Nobility, a September 2015 bull bred by John and William McMordie from Ballygowan. He is by stock bull Panmure 1 Henry, and out of the home-bred Solpoll 1 Starlet G13 – one of 50 pedigree cows in the herd.
The McMordie duo also claimed the junior championship with the April 2016 bull calf Solpoll 1 National. He is by the home-bred Solpoll 1 Dynamite, and out of Solpoll 1 Dainty K18. Taking the reserve junior award was David Wilson, Magheraveely, with the April 2016 heifer Lisrace Crystal by Knockmountage Master.
Bull born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 - 1, Greer Watson, Barnburn 1 Napolean by Panmure 1 Kingsley; 2, John and William McMordie, Solpoll 1 Nobility by Panmure 1 Henry; 3, John and William McMordie, Solpoll 1 Next Step ET by Moeskaer Salute.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 - 1, David Wilson, Lisrace Prettymaid 24th by Ballyaville Lifeliner; 2, Trevor Andrews, Mountview 1 Estelle (P) by Mullin 1 Knight; 3, Greer Watson, Barnburn 1 Nancy by Pinmoor 1 Kingsley.
Bull born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 - 1, M L Moore, Annaghbeg Decimus by Kilsunny Goliath; 2, Mervyn Richmond, Corraback Kent by Mara Flook; 3, C and M Beatty & Son, Castlepoll 1 Goldstar by Castlepoll 1 Voyager.
Heifer born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 - 1, M L Moore, Annaghbeg Dawn by Gurteragh Gladiator; 2, Emily Peters, Corriewood 1 Jen by Castlepoll 1 Storm; 3, Marcus Murdock, Lisnaree 1 Nora by Gouldingpoll 1 Superduty.
Bull born after 01/04/16 - 1, John and William McMordie, Solpoll 1 National by Solpoll 1 Dynamite; 2, David Wilson, Lisrace Lumberjack 18th by Knockmountage Master; 3, Mervyn Richmond, Corraback Kadar by Mara Flook.
Heifer born after 01/04/16 - 1, David Wilson, Lisrace Crystal by Knockmountage Master; 2, Mervyn Richmond, Corraback Guenevere 15th by Mara Flook.
The Irish Moiled classes were judged by Trevor Chadwick from County Offaly. He awarded the senior championship ribbons to the September 2015 heifer Tyrone Honeysuckle bred by Eddie Giboney. Taking the reserve senior award was the October 2015 Burren Lady, a Knowehead Reuben daughter bred by Nigel Edwards and Michelle McCauley.
The Edwards and McCauley partnership, known as N and M Moiles, run a herd of 85 breeding females. They also secured the junior championship at the one-day show with the seven-month-old bull Curraghnakeely Super Duper. Runner-up for the junior title was Beechmount Labamba, a ten-month-old heifer exhibited by Robert Boyle from Millisle. She is by stock bull Curraghnakeely Mr Monster, and out of the home-bred Beechmount Bambs – one of 20 pedigree cows in the herd.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 - 1, Eddie Giboney, Tyrone Honeysuckle by Beauty Hill Brigadier; 2, N and M Moiles, Burren Lady by Knowehead Reuben V688.
Heifer born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 - 1, Robert Boyle, Beechmount Labamba by Curraghnakeely Mr Monster; 2, N and M Moiles, Curraghnakeely Daisy 0416 by Donardrange Superstar; 3, N and M Moiles, Burren Sylvia 0002 by Bollylinney Lochlan 4th EX91.
Bull born between 01/01/16 and 12/04/16 – 1, N and M Moiles, Curraghnakeely Super-Duper by Donardrange Superstar; 2, Brian O’Kane, Ravelglen Wally by Glenmaquin Blossom 4.
Heifer born after 01/04/16 - 1, Robert Boyle, Beechmount Daisy 4 by Curraghnakeely Mr Monster; 2, Robert Berry, Cultra May by Glassdrummond Karl 3; 3, Sam Smiley, Glassdrummond Daffodil 11 by Castle Dale Ollie.
Scotsman Scott Marshall judged the Beef Shorthorn entries. His choice for senior champion was the fourteen-month-old bull Croobview Winsome Jackpot shown by Denise Bailie, and son Uel, from Dromore. Sired by the home-bred Croobview Geronimi, he is bred from Croobview Lass – one of 23 cows in the herd.
This young bull was sold privately at the show to George Logan from Templepatrick. Mr Logan said: “I’ve just returned from England and Scotland where I was looking at prospective stock bulls. However, this bull caught my eye and is everything that I want for my 60-cow commercial enterprise which includes Simmental heifers bred from Beef Shorthorn cross Hereford cows. “
Claiming the reserve senior title was the September 2015 heifer Ballyvaddy Heathermaid J838, a Chapelton Winsome daughter, bred by Tom and Kate Madden from County Antrim.
Denise Bailie also claimed the junior championship ribbons with the seven-month-old bull calf Croobview Kaiser Chief by Chapelton Typhoon. Richard and Fiona McKeown, Templepatrick, secured the reserve junior award with their May 2016 born heifer calf Ashvale B Good Red Sue by Wolf Willow Major Leroy.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 – 1, Tom and Kate Madden, Ballyvaddy Heathermaid J838 by Chapelton Winsome; 2, Denise Bailie, Croobview Jenny by Chapelton Typhoon.
Bull born between 01/09/15 and 31/03/16 – 1, James Porter, Uppermill Rama by Dunsyne Demetri; 2, Denise Bailie, Croobview Winsome Jackpot by Croobview Geronimi; 3, Denise Bailie, Croobview Kitkat ET by Sashvalley Ultra.
Heifer born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 - 1, Tom and Kate Madden, Ballyvaddy Heathermaid K840 by Chapelton Winsome; 2, Rodgers Livestock, Draperhill Kacey by Craga Dice; 3, James Porter Uppermill Gipsy Rothes by Uppermill Gladiator.
Bull born after 01/04/16 – 1, Denise Bailie, Croobview Kaiser Chief by Chapelton Typhoon; 2, James Porter, Uppermill Ramone by Carama Hush; 3, James Porter, Uppermill Gilmore 2nd by Dunsyne Demetri.
Heifer born after 01/04/16 – 1, Richard and Fiona McKeown, Ashvale B Good Red Sue by Wolf Willow Major Leroy IM; 2, Denise Bailie, Croobview Lady Barrington 190 by Glenbrae Gintrap; 3, Tom and Kate Madden, Ballyvaddy Heathermaid K847 by Dakota of Upsall.
John Elliott from Newtownstewart had a good day at the Pedigree Calf Fair, winning three out of the four Salers classes judged by Laurent Antignac from Northamptonshire.
The senior champion was John Elliott’s Drumlegagh Kurt, an October 2015 Fanfan son bred from Drumlegagh Eve. Runner-up was the September 2015 Ballykeel Kylie, an Ashbury Jackal daughter bred by Seamus Connell from Rathfriland.
Claiming the junior championship award was John Elliott’s April 2016 Drumlegagh Luna, a Gladiateur daughter bred from Drumlegagh Galaxy. Taking the reserve junior title was the March 2016 heifer Ballykeel Love, a Jocker daughter, exhibited by Seamus Connell.
Bull born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 – 1, J and EA Elliott, Drumlegagh Kurt by Fanfan; 2, Robert Millar, Ballywillan Ken by Inedit.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 – 1, Seamus Connell, Ballykeel Kylie by Ashbury Jackal; 2, J and EA Elliott, Drumlegagh Karlie by Fanfan; 3, Robert Millar, Ballywillan Iwa 1st by Inedit.
Bull born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 – 1, J and EA Elliott, Drumlegagh Lucas by Gladiateur; 2, Robert Millar, Ballywillan Kevin by Horace.
Heifer born between 01/01/16 and 06/04/16 – 1, J and EA Elliott, Drumlegagh Luna by Gladiateur; 2, Seamus Connell, Ballykeel Love by Jocker; 3, C and A Kennedy, Mileview Lilly by Moleview Archdale.
Welshman Arwel Owen placed the strong line-up of Charolais at the Pedigree Calf Fair. Senior champion was Coolnaslee Lucybella, a December 2015 Goldstar Hugo daughter bred by Gilbert Crawford, Maghera, and shown by stockman Stuart Wilson. Stuart and David Bothwell, Ballinamallard, secured the reserve senior championship with the October 2015 Killadeas Lara, a Goldies Usher daughter out of the home-bred Killadeas Dainty.
Albert Connolly, and son David, Ballynahinch, won the junior championship with the April born Brigadoon Marverick. He is by stock bull Goldies Icon, and bred from Royal Eloisa. Runner-up was the January 2016 Coolnaslee Master, a Newhouse Bigal son, from Gilbert Crawford’s herd.Bull born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 - 1, John and Sandra Middleton, Hollywell Lewis by Elgin Davine 1; 2, Paddy and Valerie McDonald, Glencoe Lennon by Clyth Diplomat; 3, Gilbert Crawford, Coolnaslee Ludicris by Goldstar Hugo.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 – 1 Gilbert Crawford, Coolnaslee Lucybella by Goldstar Hugo; 2, Stuart and David Bothwell, Killadeas Lara by Goldies Usher.
Bull born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 – 1, Gilbert Crawford, Coolnaslee Master by Newhouse Bigal; 2, Mr and Mrs JA Watson and Son, Cornascriebe Max by Thrunton Flying Scotsman; 3, Paddy and Valerie McDonald, Glencoe Maximus by Clyth Diplomat.
Heifer born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 – 1, Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh, Derryharney Missy by Vexour Freddy; 2, WD and JA Connolly, Brigadoon Marigold by Goldies Icon; 3, O Kerrigan and J Conn, Altnacree Molly by Alwent Goldbar.
Bull calf born after 01/04/16 – 1, WD & JA Connolly, Brigadoon Marverick by Goldies Icon; 2, Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh, Derryharney Myboy by Hillviewfarm Perfect; 3,Will Short, Woodpark Marcus by Deeside Gulliver ET.
Heifer calf born after 01/04/16 – 1, WD and JA Connolly, Brigadoon Milan by Goldies Icon; 2, Harold Stubbs and Alan Burleigh, Derryharney Mygirl by Blelack Blackberet; 3, Jack Smyth, Bessiebell Molly ET by Newhouse Bigal.
Leading the way in the Limousin line-up to secure the senior championship was Ballyrobin Lugs, a yearling Netherhall Double O Seven son bred by Joan Gilliland, who runs a herd of 20 pedigree cows at Antrim. Judge Jim Quail, Banbridge, awarded the reserve senior title to Trueman Lute, a September 2015 Haltcliffe Hitec son exhibited by Henry Savage and Sons from Cullyhanna, Newry.
Winning the junior championship award was Carnanagh Mia, a January 2016 Ampertaine Foreman daughter exhibited by Michael, Sinead and Annette Donaghy. Runner-up was Rayderjem Maverick, a February 2016 Haltcliffe Doctor son bred by Derrick and Raymond McFarland.
Bull born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 - 1, J and S Allen, Derg Lance by Brutus Hashtag; 2, Derek Hume, Culnagechan Lionheart by Carmorn Co Pilot; 3, JI and SJ McGeehan, Slieve Lennox by Wilodge Enrico.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 – 1, Joan Gililand, Ballyrobin Lugs by Netherhall Double O Seven; 2, Henry Savage and Sons, Trueman Lute by Haltcliffe Hitec; 3, Joan Gililand, Ballyrobin Lovejoy by Wilodge Cerberus.
Bull born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 – 1, D and R McFarland, Rayderjem Maverick by Haltcliffe Doctor; 2, B O’Kane and Sons, Keady View Mighty by Ampertaine Foreman; 3, P and P McDonald, Tullyglush Majestic by Ampertaine Elgin.
Heifer born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 - 1, MS and A Donaghy, Carnanagh Mia by Amptertaine Foreman; 2, Rachel Robinson, Lisbracken Madison by Swarland Eddie; 3, MS and A Donaghy, Carnanagh Mini by Goldies Comet.
Heifer born after 01/04/16 - 1, P and P McDonald, Tullyglush Milli by Ampertaine Elgin; 2, Stephen McGookin and Sons, Ballycairn Melissa by Wellhouse Elm.
Scottish breeder Iain Green from the noted Corskie Herd in Morayshire praised the quality of Simmentals at the one-day show. Catching his eye to take the senior championship plaudits was the thirteen-month-old Scribby Farms George, an Omorga Volvo son, bred by Keith and Andrea Nelson from Rosslea. Runner-up was the September 2015 Lisglass Gallant bred by Leslie Weatherup, and son Chris, from Ballyclare. This one is by herd sire, and former Balmoral champion, Dermotstown Delboy.
Pat Kelly, and son Frank, Tempo, secured the junior championship award with the ten-month-old bull Ashland Humdinger. Also by Dermotstown Delboy, he is bred from Ashland Lady Diamond 7th – one of 10 cows in the herd. Claiming the reserve junior title was the January 2016 Curaheen Apostle son Drumlone Hotrod exhibited by Kenny Veitch, Lisbellaw.
Bull born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 - 1, Keith Nelson, Scribby Farms George by Omorga Volvo; 2, Leslie and Christopher Weatherup, Lisglass Gallant by Dermotstown Delboy; 3, Nigel Glasgow, Bridgewater Farm Gazza by Dermotstown Delboy.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 - 1, Duncan McDowell, Castlemount Wiekel by Longbeach Darius; 2, Shane and Paul McDonald, Coolcran Lady Grainne by Ashland Brandy; 3, William Dodd, Ranfurly Kleeb 35th by Clonagh Tiger Gallant.
Bull born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 - 1, Pat and Frank Kelly, Ashland Humdinger by Dermotstown Delboy; 2, Kenneth Veitch, Drumlone Hotrod by Curaheen Apostle; 3, Chris Traynor Kilmore Hunter by Kilbride Farm Bantry.
Heifer born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 -1, Stephen Millar, Glenock Highway by Kilbride Farm Newry; 2, E O’Neill, Drumcoote Daisybell by Scottish Neff.
Bull calf born after 01/04/16 -1, Andrew Clarke, Beaghey Harrison by Wroxall Cocker-Leeky-Soup; 2, Keith Nelson, Scribby Farms Hero by Omorga Volvo.
Heifer calf born after 01/04/16 - 1, William Nelson, Drumacritten Heidi by Dermotstown Delboy;
2, Ashton Wallace, Ashfurly Weikel’s Harmony by Kilbride Farm Warren.
The British Blonde classes were judged by Des Donohoe from Baltra, County Meath. Securing the senior championship ribbons was the December 2015 Drumnafern Lola, from Brian McGartland’s 6-cow herd. This one is by stock bull Budore Emo.
Henry and Stephen Griffin, Toomebridge, exhibited the junior champion Drumraymond Mr Mole. Born in January 2016 he is by the AI sire Ballygowan Noble, and out of the home-bred Drumraymond Grace – one of 10 cows in the herd. Runner-up for the junior title was the March 2016 Gledney Kathryn, a Fronfedw Aarwn daughter shown by Conor Savage.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/03/16 - 1, Conor Savage, Gledney Kathryn by Fronfedw Arawn; 2, Johnston Family, Ballymacan Mabel by Lockhead Tyson; 3, Brian McGartland Drumnafern Lola by Budore Emo.
Bull born between 01/01/16 and 31/03/16 – 1, H and S Griffin, Drumraymond Mr Mole by Ballygowan Noble; 2, David and Matthew Thompson, Glenvale Max by Glenwood Garcon; 3, David and Matthew Thompson, Glenvale Morris by Glenwood Garcon.
Bull born after 01/04/16 - 1, Norman McKnight, Silverwood Mark by Ardmore Gargoyle; 2, Norman McKnight, Silverwood Murry by Ardmore Gargoyle; 3, Johnston Family, Ballymacan Mark by Lockhead Tyson.
Heifer born after 01/04/16 – 1, Conor Savage, Gledney Keva by Drumraymond Grafter; 2, Norman McKnight, Silverwood Molly by Ardmore Gargoyle; 3, Johnston Family, Ballymacan Misty by Clondown Eddie.200
Jack and Ann Morrison from Armoy claimed the senior championship with the October 2015 Chatam Karl. Sired by Kersey Geronomo, he is by Chatham Frolic. Breed judge John Hall from Cumbria presented the junior championship award to the yearling bull Greenfield Kane exhibited by Basil Dougherty, Kircubbin. Sired by Bluegrass Cyclone, his dam is Greenield Elliemae.
The junior championship went to the January 2016 Drumlone Lindsey, a Twyning Ash Vaughan daughter bred by Kenny Vetich from Lisbellaw. Claiming the reserve junior prize was Bavan Lone Ranger, a January 2016 bull exhibited by Trevor Dodds, Mayobridge. This one was sired by Bringlee Waldo, and is out off Burton Ulrika.
Bull born between 01/09/15 and 31/12/15 – 1, J M Morrison and Son, Chatham Karl by Kersey Geronomo; 2, Basil Dougherty, Greenfield Kane by Bluegrass Cyclone.
Heifer born between 01/09/15 and 31/03/16 – 1, Kenneth Veitch, Drumlone Lindsey by Twyning Ash Vaughan; 2, Trevor Dodds, Bavan Lady Rose by Grommit; 3, Trevor Dodds, Bavan Little Buttercup by Adajio.
Bull born between 01/01/16 and 30/06/16 -1, Trevor Dodds, Bavan Lone Ranger by Bringlee Waldo; 2, Martin Family, Springhill La-La by Winston; 3, Oliver McCann, Drumboy Little Bigtime by Drumboy Gizmo.
Heifer calf born after 01/04/16 – 1, Ivan and Corrina Gordon, Springbank Luna by Heros Du Peroy; 2, Oliver McCann, Drumboy Ladybird by Adajio De Bray; 3, Ivan and Corrina Gordon, Springbank Laina by Imperial De L’Ecluse.