In 2014 a new girl entered the Foxhill record books when we purchased Glenrock Illusion from the Illingworth family in Carlisle for what is believed to be a World Limousin Record of 125,000gns.
By Goldies Comet out of the herd’s most successful breeding female, Glenrock Spangle, Illusion had been shown successfully in late 2013 when she stood junior and reserve interbreed champion at the Stars of the Future Calf Show before taking the junior and reserve junior interbreed championship at the Highland, the junior championship at Great Yorkshire and then the interbreed championship at Cumberland Show in 2014.
Illusion was purchased for her tremendous length and muscling and for the exciting prospect she brought to the herd. Following the sale, we sold a half share in her to Danny Sawrij for his Swalesmoor herd.
Her first progeny certainly helped to write the headlines with Foxhillfarm Mammamia topping our offering of the Foxhill Femme Fatales sale in Carlisle in May 2017 when she sold for 42,000gns.
Also selling on the same day for 35,000gns was her full sister, Foxhillfarm Missworld. She went on to stand reserve junior heifer champion at the Royal Highland Show and second to Mammamia at the Great Yorkshire Show, as well as second and reserve junior champion to her at the Royal Welsh Show. .
Also selling at the sale for 10,000gns was Foxhillfarm Missmoneypenny, a full sister to Mammamia and Missworld.
At the Brecon Spring Sale in 2017 an Illusion son, Foxhillfarm Miami topped trade at 6000gns having taken the championship in the pre-sale show. This one is by Sympa. Then at the Carlisle May sale Foxhillfarm Montpellier sold for 6000gns. This is another by the home bred Foxhillfarm Irishlad.
Foxhillfarm Napoleon, a son of Illusion by Jagger stood first in his class at the Stars of the Future Calf Show in 2017 and reserve champion, while at Agrifest South West in the same month Foxhillfarm Nigella, a Neuf daughter out Illusion, stood first in her class, Limousin champion and reserve interbreed champion in the pedigree calf section of the event.