The outbreak was a red letter day last week when the Klinsky Show and Sports opened the door to the public.
over here Robin Mule All 13,000 and more visitors were able to witness the region’s largest one-day agricultural fair and sports.
This year was the 124th Kilsey Show and Sport. The highlight and end of the Yorkshire Dales Agricultural Exhibition Calendar – returns after a break last year due to the epidemic.
Special Covi-Safe Restrictions have been imposed by the organizers of the Upper Warfadele Agricultural Association. With entry levels sold in all categories, more than 7,200 pre-sale tickets have attracted unprecedented new online ticket sales.
The long-awaited event and the tail of cars on the road to Kilsey witnessed this.
The animals’ bodies were eagerly awaited. Among the many race champions, top champions were awarded crowns in major veterinary classes.
All in all, the top champion sheep was Bluepad Leicester from James Stenton, who leads the St. Ravenscar breed in Rydale, Torton-le-Del.
The 1-Crown Sheep was born in the famous Penhel herd in Rammirbi – found in the Stones as a Jim sheep – and by James Porter, Rit, Tup, himself at Carrie House Jackpot. At the same Yorkshire show, the same sheep became the champion.
The winner of the club, Charles Mard, the regular and long-time champion of the Foxes breed in Weedby, York, showed the club’s winner, 2-year-old Dabi Manman’s son, the top female in the herd (not racial), as the caretaker sheep champion. picked up.
The entire cattle ranch fell from the British Blue-x-Borly Green Farm, Borleigh, to the 12-and-a-half-month-long Blu-ray Grounds with the local father and son John and John Stephens. Limousine cow. They also won the local championship with the Blue-X-Limousine Cow and the Standing British Blue Champions.
The long-awaited top business champion fell for Roy Mill, neighborhood from J. Wilson and J. Duning from champion Biff Short. A two-year-old cow growing up. Blake’s Secret Sword Well-born Ruleli Mill Fanti Netty carries her first calf to Glennila Jack Frost.
The major dairy championship was once again held at Dumene Farm, Newshore by Winnie’s line-up host brothers William and Michael Oldfield, and they won. Live show set. Their most recent winner was Brennan and Judith Morhaus, a well-used fifth-calf cow breeder in the local Bell Bus.
One of the undisputed highlights of the day was another victory and a great victory for the Klitschko Seniors for the Apeslewic living legend Ted Mason. Ted, a member of the Whardedale Harriers, is a multiplayer winner – the last of which came in 2016. His most recent victory was as impressive as it was in his early 40’s.
The show’s chairman, Chris Windell, was pleased to announce that Kathy Lambert, a longtime secretary-general of the show, and his wife, Robert – who himself had served as chairman for many years – had enjoyed the first year of the show. , On the occasion of their 26th wedding anniversary. They came together for the first time in many years to form the presidential party in three generations at Miles House, Constantine-Killsey and the Lambert family.
Here are the main winners from the Preparatory Committee on their way to the press.
Part A – Sheep
STRATHALLEN SILVER CHALLENGE CUP – D Lambert.
AIREDALE BEAGLES PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP – J. Bradley.
Best Animal in Dallasbred Ewe or Dallasred Gimmer Classes – High Farm Development Agricultural Community Environmental Challenge Cup – J. Bradley.
BERNIE CLOSE MEMORIAL CUP – J Bradley.
The contestant gets a lot of points in the OPEN Swawaldel lessons at the Gargrav, Malham and Kilsey shows: TENNANT GILL CUP – TW Cowperthwaite.
For the best animal in Swallowell rooms – Dennis Manbi – R. Halam.
For the best animal in the tea room – Bradley Chandler Traffy – De Newbol.
For the best two-wheeled Gimmer sheep – WM DALTON CUP – S Benson.
CHALLENGE CUP – SG Benson in the mammoth room.
For the best animal in the Lester class in the blue face – James Lambert Cup – J. Ststone.
For the best local, Mule Jimmer Lamb – DICK FOSTER TROPHY – CD & RF Kitching.
For the best animal in the mule room – SJ VERITY MEMORIAL CUP – JC Walker & Son.
For the best animal in any other pure breed – Kilson Show Traffy – E. McKelchini.
BOB NEWBY TROPHY – J Perrings – The Best Woman in the Textile Room
BINNS TROPHY – J Perrings for the best single Textile Ram Sheep.
PERRINGS FAMILY TROPHY – J Perrings.
For the best animal in the Beltex room – Windell Beach Winter Trap – Wick.
JACS TRADE & DIY TROPHY – G Haworth for the best animal in Jacob’s room.
J.LORD CUP – K&S Kempson & Sons in the Griston Room.
SCRIVIN CUP – K&S Kempson & Sons for the best animal in the lounge.
We have GH JACKSON CUP – M&B for the best couples.
We have Joan Baker Shield – M & B for the best animal in the quartz room.
For Champion Charlie’s Sheep – Wellington Traffy – Si Marrow.
Part B – Cat
For the best cow in the milk – Herbert Walker – D. Booth.
For the cow in the milk – Eric Pennock Memory Trophy – W&M Oldfield.
UPPER WHARFEDALE AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITY TRIP – W&M Oldfield.
Winner for Commercial Cow Host, Age 12 and Under – JH HUTTON CUP –
WF BANKS CUP – E Sugden for the Jersey Championship.
JM DAGGETT CUP – T Hird for the Millennium Youth Host Class.
For the top dairy champion – Jeff DB Memory Trophy – W&M Oldfield.
Winner for Business Bull Host, 13-16 years old – TILCON TROPHY-R Mudd & CN Bentley.
For the best local animal in the commercial bull room – Touson Tractors Traffy – J. Stephen.
For the best animal in the commercial bull room – the Roberts Silver Challenge Cup – J. Stephen.
The best animal in the Limousine cattle section – Upper Warfadele Agricultural Community Challenge – Etkins.
Best Animal in the British Blue Room – Upper Furfadele Barceles Challenge Cup – M. Ubbank.
CARRS BILLINGTON CHALLENGE CUP – J Foster.
Part C – Horses and heavy horses
GEORGE HUCK MEMORIAL TROPHY – F&J Pickles.
For the best humiliation: PW BEDFORD CUP – C Wilkins.
GEORGE CRELLAN CUP – S&D Green for the best heavy horse under 3 years old.
PETER CLARKE AUTOS TROPHY – R&R Bedford for the best animal in the horse room.
For the best re-trained racing race – Domestic Fly Trapp – S. Drake.
Best Hidden Hunter – Georgia Trophy – K BrightWite.
WYMINGBROOK STUD SHIELD – E Burrow for the Mountain and Morland Championships.
Part D – PRODUCE
Winner of the Local Bread, Cake and Preservation Prize – PEPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP: KITCHING CHALLENGE CUP (LOCAL) – J Carlisle.
The winner was awarded the PEPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP KITCHING CHALLENGE CUP (OPEN) – R Sayles.
For the best entry in the cake section – Susan Grestonston Traffy – R. Sails.
Competition in fourteen children’s classes – PEPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP, JW DAGGTT – G Pearson.
Class E – Crafts
G.NORTGATE CHALLENGE CUP – Hall of Fame in the four children’s art classes.
A flower vase compressed by a child under the age of 12 – James Manager’s Cup (local) – K. Doherti.
5-7 years for the best manuscript: MILE HOUSE TROPHY-E Green.
8-11 years for the best manuscript: The Lambert Cup – Smith.
YORKSHIRE DALES SOCIETY CHALLENGE CHUP – S Charlie, made from recycled materials, parts E22 and 23.
Awarded for Best Exhibition in Children’s Photography Classes – Christopher Winpini Photography Silver Plate – J. Taiwang.
WINPENNY PHOTGRAPHY CUP (LOCAL) for the best local exhibition in photo booths – J Carlisle.
For the best open exhibition in the photo booths – Christopher Winpeni Photography Cup (Candelabra) opens – J. Carlis.
WENDY RILEY TROPHY (LOCAL) – N Smith.
WENDY RILEY TROPHY (OPEN) – S Spence for the best exhibition in the open adult craft section.
For the best exhibition in the adult craft department: MRS JM RILEY TROPHY-Pearman-Webb.
Class F – Theology
For many of the points made in the Open Garden – Harry Timson Rose Rose Bull – J. Smiles.
JW HEBDEN – R Harrison for many points in the local garden.
For the best exhibition in the local gardening department – Thomas Hebed Meccal (local) – P. Brennan.
STANLEY LYTHE MEMORIAL VASE – J Smiles for the best nine sweet peas show.
For the most points in Sections F39 and F40 – CHARNLEY TROPHY – L Hall.
For the best show in the show – Violet Nelson Rosswell – El Hall.
Part G – Open a farm
For the best single sheep dog or beach – RONNIE METCALFE MEMORIAL TROPHY – S Barcroft.
ERLEY PRODUCTS & ACORN WIREWORKS CUP – Warwick.
WINDERSON SILVER CHALLENGE TROPHY – J Kidd.
Winner of Dry Stone Wall Junior Class – Yorkshire Dales National Park Shield – J. Charlie.
For the best vintage tractor – THRESHFIELD QUARRY TROPHY – S Baldwin.
For the Best Original Vintage Tractor – Nathan Grade Eastwood Cup – Shepherd.
FIELD SPORTS & FELL RACES
PAUL STAINFORTH CUP – A. Thompson.
SCHINDLER TROPHY – J Dent for the winner of the Under-12 Crag Championship.
TROPHY – I Jebb
RAWSON TROPHY – I Reeday for the first local boy in the Under-12 Crag race.
BOFRA TROPHY-Lane for the first girl under the age of 14 in Junior.
ROGER INGHAM CUP-W Hall for the young 14- and 17-year-old Crag.
For the first girl: David Heard Trafi-Me Jebb in the Under-14 Under-14 Championship.
FATTORINI CUP-C Caygill for the first local boy in the 12-14 Crag race.
Under-12 for 14 Crack Winner-Foss Trap-J Sanders
MRS JAMES PROCTER CUP – T Mason.
MALCOLM CAG Thompson Memorial Trip – T Mason
Any late trophy results will be added to us.