Beef Shorthorn heifers were bid to 3,800gns at the East of England Winter Fair at Peterborough on Saturday 13 September.
The champion, Podehole Broadhooks Boogie made 3,800gns
Sale topper at 3,800gns was the champion, Podehole Broadhooks Boogie, an in calf heifer by Podehole Yeti and of the Nevada Warrior sired Podehole Broadhooks Zoe. Bred and exhibited by the Horrell family, Thorney, Peterborough, she sold to M Wyand, Norfolk.
Four more entries from the Horrells were in the money and all by Yeti. Next at 3,200gns was Podehole Annie Confetti, a maiden and out of Podehole Annie who goes back to Chapelton Everest. She was knocked down sold to Chris Nye, Tymoore, Cambridge who also went to 2,000gns for Podehole Rose Claret, another maiden and out the Nathan of Quoiggs sired Podehole Scarlet.
Graham Powers, Welford, Northants bid 2,800gns for Podehole Rosette Blush, an in calf heifer whose dam Fingask Rosette Xanthea, goes back to Uppermill Lifton.
The Horrells final entry, the maiden Podehole Genoa Caberet made 1,800gns to A and C Ivinson, Penrith.
Two in calf heifers by Chapelton Wildfire from Croxton Park, St Neots sold to Thomas Cheetham, Retford. Croxtonpark Tansy Pippa made 1,300gns and Croxtonpark Tansy Riva sold for 1,200gns.
Averages: seven females £2,415
Auctioneers: Newark Livestock Sales
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