Taking the overall supreme beef championship at Countryside Live was Tecwyn Jones with Black Beauty. This 15 month old Limousin cross heifer sired by Shire Apollo was bred by John-Smith Jackson and was bought privately for an undisclosed amount. This isn’t the first win for Black Beauty as she took interbreed title at Denby and Flintshire Show earlier in the year. This is the second year in a row Mr Jones has won the supreme title at Countryside Live having taken the title with Jager Bomb last year.
In reserve was Melanie Alford with her February 2011 born steer No Likey No Lighty. This this quarter Limousin beast weighed in at 670kg and was bought for 5,500gns at Ruthin Show potential Sale, Brecon earlier in the year. This Fieldson Alfie son heads to Agri Expo next.
Judge Hugh Dunlop, Ayr said: “I was looking for a show animal in my champion that was well fleshed with meat in the right places.”
Other championship results
Tecwyn Jones’ Limousin Black Beauty; res, Charlotte Alford’s Charolais x Off the Clock
Melanie Alford’s No Likey No Lighty; res, W M Owen’s Charolais x Wild Diamond