Len lifts title for judging stock
Published at 14:08, Friday, 18 June 2010
TWO hundred competed for this year’s Border and Lakeland Holstein Club’s stockjudging title.
It was held over three nights at three farms and the open winner was Len Wilson from Skirwith Hall, Penrith.
The runner-up was John Bushby from Whangs Farm, Egremont, with John Hodgson from Holmes Mill, Burgh by Sands, coming third.
Neil Brough from Dalston won a travel scholarship to the Toronto Winter Fair after scoring the most points among young breeders.
Yanwath Woodhouse: 1, Neil Brough, Buckabank, Dalston; 2, Willie Taylor, The Harras, Ainstable; 3, John Bushby. Gerrard House: 1, Lee Graham, Anguswell, Kirklinton; 2, Richard Graham, Anguswell; 3, Len Wilson. Scales Park Farm: 1, John Waller, Killington, Kendal; 2, Richard Armstrong, Wolfa, Great Salkeld; 3, Mark Cornthwaite, Kirkwood, Lancashire.
Seniors: 1, Neil Brough; 2, Craig Brough, Buckabank; 3, Andrew Holliday, Forest Hill, Bowscar, Penrith. Intermediate: 1, Richard Armstrong; 2, Christine Connell, West Moor End, Allerby; 3, James Pattinson, Walby Hall, Crosby-on-Eden. Juniors: 1, Georgina Fisher, Dolphenby, Eden Hall, Penrith; 2, William Horsley, Woodhouse, Catterlen; 3, Jimmy Harrison, Lowhouse, Armathwaite.
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