Saturday’s multibreed sale at Newark saw the Charolais on offer led at 4800gns by Wesley Deacon from Wesley Estates. This is a Balthayock Aesop son out of a homebred dam and sold to G White and Con, Alford, Lincolnshire.
Second top was the pre-sale champion, Wesley Eddy, another by Aesop and going back to a Maerdy Rock sired dam. He had a TSI in the top 5% of the breed at +35 and sold to A E J and F J Clarridge, Middle Clayden, Buckinghamshire.
Then at 3000gns was the reserve champion from the pre-sale show, Brampton Dubai from Billy Turner, Ripon. He is by Billingley Talisman and sold to H Williams and Sons, Machynlleth.
Females from Wesley Estates sold to a peak of 3000gns when Wesley Ability, a Thrunton Trojan daughter with an Aesop-sired heifer calf at foot sold to P K Farms, Boston. At the same money was Wesley Augusta, another by Trojan and with an Aesop heifer calf sold to K Emerson, Thringstone.
Averages; nine bulls £2823.30, 10 Wesley females £2551.50 (Newark Livestock Sales).