Month: July 2022

Scorcher of a Royal Welsh 

After two long absent years the Royal Welsh went ahead with record temperatures forecast reflecting the hot competition in the sheep rings.  The heatwave did affect numbers of sheep forward with Society members bringing reduced numbers of stock in anticipation of the high temperatures.  Fortunately the large fans installled in the sheep sheds did provide plenty of …

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Downwood does the Double at Royal Three Counties

An overall smaller entry of sheep across the whole show compared to previous years didn’t affect the quality forward for judging at Royal Three Counties show.    Mr Neil Radnor of Radnor flock, Shropshire, judged the Kerry Hill Breed classes on a rather damp Saturday morning.  With five exhibitors forward Mr Radnor’s Champion went to a homebred …

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