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SALES SUMMARY
Selling for 3,300gns was Hebrides Jordan Cara VG85 2yr, this the great Scientific Debutante Rae EX92 who was also All
heifer was freshly calved at the start of July giving almost American and 1
st
at Madison. She sold for 6,000gns to Cyril
30kgs. and Martin Millar who have established a new pedigree
One of the volume buyers of the day was G.M. Watson,
Holstein herd at Coleraine.
Wigton who purchased Hebrides Jordan Carmen GP84 for
3,100gns. She was a daughter of Roylane Jordan from a VG89
Summershade Igniter, this family had been one of the most
consistent breeding families in the herd.
Another classy young Excellent cow to sell for 3,000gns was
Hebrides Igniter Holly EX91. She was in her third lactation
giving 40kgs and bred back to Mr Minister for April. She joins
the herd of W Smith, Kilmarnock.
Averages: 44 Cows in Milk, £1457, 22 Heifers in Milk £2327,
12 Dry Cows £1492, 78 Overall £1707
Auctioneers: Harrison and Hetherington
Causeway Classic - 20,000gns
A 20,000gns European record for an unborn calf grabbed the
headlines during the Semex Elite Heifer Sale, held Wednesday
26
th
August at the Causeway Classic.
A grand daughter of Tri-Day Ashlyn from a prize winning
Stormatic was dam of a Goldwyn daughter that was selling
on first choice from one of three pregnancies due in about
one month’s time. Iain McLean from the Priestland herd,
Bushmills was the vendor who put his best foot forward by
offering this mouth-watering opportunity with the purchaser
being David McAfee of the Glamour Holstein herd in County
Antrim.
Next highest call of the sale was 6,600gns, paid to Harry
Patton, and sons, Wallace and Wilson, Newtownards, for
a lovely Baxter daughter from the noted Sara cow family.
Dam is a VG88- 2yr by Rosedale Rampage Red, with grand
Philip and Simon Haffey from Portadown had a pair of the
dam being Ridgefield Talent Sara Red VG88-2yr and 3
rd
dam
youngest calves in the sale. These were by Braedale Goldwyn
being the 30,000gns Copywood Integrity Sara Red EX93-2E.
from the Ghost cow family which originated with Witbourne
Purchaser was Angus Mawhinney, Doagh, Ballyclare for his
Counselor Ghost EX92. She bred three generations of
Croftburn herd.
Excellent daughters, one of the most prolific of which was
Sam and John McCormick, Bangor, are synonymous with the
Ridgefield Storm Ghost EX93-2E which went on to win
great Maude cow, and no high flying sale in this country
Intermediate Champion NHS and All Britain Junior cow 2003;
would be complete without the inclusion of a member of this
Reserve Supreme and Best Udder in Show RASE 2005 and
great family. They offered an Atlas daughter from Champion
to produce over 15,000kgs of milk also. Her daughter was
Maude 4 VG87- 2yr who was from Gibson Maude, who in
Riverdane Silky Ghost VG88-3yr who was the dam of the two
Goldwyn heifers selling on choice. John Patterson, and sons,
turn was from Integrity Maude, and then old Maude herself
James and Andrew, from the Ballyginniff herd at Crumlin
- all three cows having been classified Excellent. She realised
had no hesitation in paying 5,000gns. for the one which had
6,300gns going to Muldrew Brothers from Castledillon
earlier won her show class against stiff opposition from 20
Estates, Armagh.
other similar aged calves. The Haffey’s was persuaded to
Trevor Keatley from Castlederg had a very smart Talent
part with her stable mate for the sum of 3,500gns going to
heifer which was from the famous Roxy line. Her dam was
Muldrew Bros again.
a September Storm daughter who classified VG88-2yr, and
Averages: £4,188
was bred from Scientific Raes Hope Red EX92 who was All
Auctioneers: R A Noble & Co
American Junior 2yr old (R & W) and is maternal sister to
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