Foxhill Livestock

Interbreed success at the Royal Welsh Show

The Royal Welsh was once again a superbly successful show for the Foxhill team, with a host of interbreed titles won with the Limousins as well as the championship in the commercial cattle classes.

For the second year in a row heifers from the herd claimed the ‘Females of the Future’ pairs championship, with this title taken by Foxhillfarm Looksthepart and Foxhillfarm Mammamia.

Mammamia was then also tapped out as interbreed junior heifer, while Looksthepart teamed up with Foxhillfarm Limitedition to take the interbreed exhibitor bred pairs title, with Foxhillfarm Lordofthering joining these two to become champion interbreed exhibitor bred team of three.

Foxhillfarm Mammamia

Further interbreed success came when Limitededition, Loosthepart and Mammamia were part of the reserve championship winning interbreed team of five. They were joined in this competiton by Whiskey Inifinity and Whinfellpark Lavender from Harry Emslie and Whinfellpark, respectively.

In the breed classes Foxhillfarm Lordofthering was first in his class and reserve male champion, while Foxhillfarm Miller was reserve champion junior bull.

Foxhillfarm Mammamia took the reserve female championship as well as the title of champion exhibitor bred maiden heifer as well as champion junior heifer. Taking reserve junior heifer was Foxhillfarm Missworld who had stood second to Mammamia in her class.

The team also took the championship in the group of three class with this trio being Lordofthering, Looksthepart and Limitededition.

Meanwhile, Charlotte’s British Blue heifer, Rhymil Kylie, stood second in a strong class of heifers.

In the commercial section it was Lady Gaga who took the top ticket under judge Elfed Williams. She is by a British Blue and out of the former show cow Lady Gaga which we sold after her previous success.

Lady Gaga – commercial champion

Team member Louise Allan then enjoyed success in the young handlers competition, winning the senior young handlers class before going on to be overall champion young handler.

With the summer show season now wrapped up for us we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have helped us this summer. As always we are grateful for all their help and support and to have achieved what we have this summer simply wouldn’t be possible without their assistance. We look forward to working with them again at the coming sales and over the winter show season