Kingswater shearling takes Championship at North Somerset

The first Show on the Kerry Hill calendar kicked off to a great start at North Somerset Show with six exhibitors forward in the Kerry Hill Section for judge Hannah Owens of the Woodhouse flock, who travelled to the show from Leominster.  

A great number of sheep were on show with six entries in both the shearling ewe and stock ewe class. Standing at the top of the line in the shearling ewe class and going on to take the overall championship was Kingswater Dotty from Kate Esler and Ed Simmons. This one is a homebred ewe out of Kingswater Bryony by an Enfys Tup. Standing reserve overall champion was the First prize breeding ewe also from Kate Esler and Ed Simmons. The Champion shearling ewe then went on to win Native Champion and was Reserve Supreme Champion. The group of three also bred by Kate Esler and Ed Simmons went on to secure Reserve Interbreed Group of Three. Class results:

Aged ram

1stMaster J Long

2ndMiss K Esler & Mr E Simmons

3rdMr E J & Mrs K Scott

4thMr & Mrs M Jones

Yearling ram

1stMiss K Esler & Mr E Simmons

2ndMrs H Macleod

Breeding ewe

1stMiss K Esler & Mr E Simmons

2ndMrs H Macleod

3rdMr E J & Mrs K Scott

4thMr & Mrs M Jones

Yearling ewe

1stMiss K Esler & Mr E Simmons

2ndMrs H Macleod

3rdMr E J & Mrs K Scott

4thMaster J Long

Group of Three

1stMiss K Esler & Mr E Simmons

2ndMrs H Macleod

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