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Hackleton Aimee Supreme Blonde at Royal Welsh Show

Hackleton Aimee, owned by Charlotte Boden of the Bostock herd, was Blonde Supreme Champion at the Royal Welsh Show.

Hackleton Aimee and calf Bostock Elite

Hackleton Aimee

Hackleton Aimee sired by Wistley dollar bred by Mrs J Smith of the Hackleton Herd, took champion for the second year running, born January 2005 with calf at foot Bostock Elite sired by Bostock Anfield. Having Won the Cow with Calf at Foot and Champion Female, Charlotte Boden was delighted to have taken the championship for the second year on the trot.

Reserve Champion was awarded to Fronfedw Virgil, this strong bull born January 2004 bred by Mr R G Davies of the Fronfedw herd sired by Fronfedw Rhyd Beirdd.

The Kinaston team of three, owned by Roy Kinnish took the eye of Judge, Mr Martin Rodgers of the Hillhead herd from Co Down, Northern Ireland.

Reserve Champion Female went to Kinaston Badonica, owned and bred by Roy Kinnish of the Kinaston herd, Sired by Haydens Platinum Born April 2006.

The Champion Young Bull, was Marstonmill Dick-Dastardly. Born May 2008 bred and shown by I.C and S.D Archer from the Marstonmill Herd.

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