British Blonde bull sells for 4500gns


Seaview Dagger 2 champion.JPGThe bull Seaview Dagger, received a top call of 4500gns at the recent Spring Show of British Blondes at The Pedigree Sales Arena, Moira.


 The pre sale show champion from Gerard Stranney’s Seaview herd was bought for the Geldney herd by Mark Savage.


At the next best price was another bull, Classic Eamon from Dermot McCusker, which was secured for 3200gns.


Two entries were snapped up for 3000gns, the first of which was Pinehill Dynamo, a bull put forward by Colin Todd. This one was also awarded reserve champion and was purchased by David Hyde, Newtownhamilton.


The bull Silverwood Dodi, consigned by Norman McKnight, was bought for the same money.


Among the females, Hillhead Daffodil topped the section, selling for 2100gns. Close behind were two entries selling for 2000gns.


Top price female 2100gns Hillhead daffodil.JPG The show champion, Silverwood Dolly from Norman McKnight’s Silverwood herd, Newry, sold to Gerard Devlin, Randalstown for this money. Diamond Debbie, put forward by Ivan Campbell, also went for the same price.