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BRITISH BLUE SPECIAL JANUARY SHOW & SALE

Friday 25th January 2013

To be held at

Borderway Mart, Carlisle, Cumbria CA1 2RS


HARRISON & HETHERINGTON Farmstock Auctioneers, Brokers & Valuers

The UK’s Leading Livestock Marketing Company Seven Sale Centres Pedigree & Commercial Livestock Official Society Sales of Beef, Dairy, Sheep & Equine Tractors, Machinery & Commercial Vehicles Specialist Livestock Sales & Events Professional Valuations

01228 406200 harrisonandhetherington.co.uk Borderway Mart, Carlisle CA1 2RS


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Catal o g u e for

The British Blue Society Special January Show & Sale of

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PEDIGREE BRITISH BLUE BULLS AND FEMALES (SOLD UNDER THE BBCS AUCTION RULES AND CONDITIONS OF SALE)

FRIDAY 25th JANUARY 2013 comprising 36 bulls, 3 served heifers 6 maiden heifers, and 2 recipients with calves

Judging – 11.00am Sale – 1.00 pm Auctioneers

Head Office: Borderway Mart Rosehill Carlisle CA1 2RS Telephone: 01228 406230 – Fax: 01228 406231 E-mail: info@borderway.com Website: www.harrisonandhetherington.co.uk


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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS SETTLEMENT & CLEARANCE OF STOCK Please note that all lots must be settled on the day of purchase Completion of a buyers slip is essential for parties who have not dealt with the company before New customers and agents wishing to purchase on behalf of another party must contact the companys main office 48 hours prior to a sale No Lots can leave the market without a ‘pass slip’ being issued by the main office

Purchasers From Outside The United Kingdom Invoices will be raised in pounds sterling. We request that payment is made to us in pounds sterling by cheque/bankers draft on the day of sale. Card facilities are available (2% surcharge on credit cards)


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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS ALL LOTS MUST BE SETTLED ON THE DAY OF PURCHASE Parties who have not dealt with the company before should complete the undernoted form and hand it in to the auctioneers’ clerk when a purchase is made.

Please fold and detach along this perforation

Alternatively it can be sent to the main office in advance of the sale.

SALE ........................................................................................................................................................................ DATE ........................................................................................................................................................................ TRADING NAME ................................................................................................................................................... PARTNERS NAMES (if applicable) ................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... FULL POSTAL ADDRESS .................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... POSTCODE ............................................................................................................................................................. TEL. NO ................................................................................................................................................................... H&H ACCOUNT No. (if known) ......................................................................................................................... HOLDING NO. ........................................................................................................................................................ HERD/FLOCK PREFIX .......................................................................................................................................... LOT NUMBER(s) ....................................................................................................................................................


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FRIDAY 1st NOVEMBER 2013 Bordervvay Centre . Carlisle Show Office: 01228 406230

www.harrisonandhetherington.co.uk

• National Suckled Calf & Primestock Show • National Prime Sheep Show • Also National Breed Society Calf Shows for Aberdeen Angus, British Blue, Hereford, Beef Shorthorn and Simmental and Special Mule Sheep Show

also on show . . . • Machinery Show & Demonstrations • Young Farmers Club Competitions • Trade Stands & Educational Exhibits


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General Information & Sale Notes LOCATION: BORDERWAY MART, CARLISLE – Leave M6 motorway at junction 43 and follow Carlisle signs. The market is on the left hand side of the road within 1/4 mile of M6.  For Sat. Navs. postcode is CA1 2RS. Timetable of Events:BORDERWAY MART, CARLISLE CPH No – 08/067/8019 Thursday 24th January

Arrival of Stock

12 noon - 5pm

Friday 25th January Arrival of Stock 7am - 9am Inspection of Stock 7.30am - 10.30am Judging 11am Sale 1pm HOTELS: There are many hotels within the area, ranging from four star to excellent Bed and Breakfast accommodation, a list of which may be found on page 16 of the catalogue. CONDITIONS OF SALE: This Sale is held subject to the British Blue Cattle Society’s Conditions of Sale, including the Terms and Conditions of Sale, incorporating Bull & Female Breeding Warranties. In order to defray the cost of implementing the warranty conditions, a levy should be charged to the vendor for every pedigree animal, at £5 per animal + VAT” INSURANCE: A representative of H & H Insurance Brokers, will be present at the sale and will be pleased to quote Purchasers for transit and other risks. METHOD OF SALE: All cattle will be sold in guineas (105 pence) and strictly in catalogue order, unless any alteration is announced by the Auctioneers. COMMISSIONS: The Auctioneers will dutifully execute commissions to purchase for buyers unable to attend the sale personally, upon receipt of written instructions. PEDIGREE TRANSFERS: Official Pedigree Transfer will be effected by the Auctioneers and the British Blue Cattle Society as soon as possible after after the Sale. Full Pedigrees will be transferred at a fee of £13.90 (plus VAT) payable by the vendor. SETTLEMENT AND CLEARANCE OF STOCK: Settlement in full is due immediately at the close of Sale. No animal may leave the Sale Premises without an official ‘Pass Slip’, obtainable only from the Auctioneers upon settlement. ANIMAL WELFARE: Vendors and Purchasers should note the CODE OF PRACTICE published by the Livestock Auctioneers’ Market Committee for England and Wales IS OPERATIVE IN BORDERWAY MART and that weakly, unhealthy or injured stock will be refused entry by the Auctioneers. Enquiries should be directed through the market office to the Auctioneers’ ANIMAL HEALTH and WELFARE OFFICER (Mr Andrew Templeton).


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Important Notice to Vendors ARRIVAL OF STOCK: As per timetable of events (page 5). PRE-SALE INSPECTION: All animals entered for the sale must be available for inspection in the sale premises by a panel of inspectors, including a qualified Veterinary Officer. The Inspectors will have regard to general health and genetic defects, particularly mouth, teeth, eyes, testicles, locomotion and general conformation. Any animal discovered with a genetic fault, disease, disorder or is considered by the panel to be not in a proper and healthy condition to be presented as representing a good specimen of the breed will be REJECTED and the Entry Fee forfeit. Animals will be placed in a crush for this inspection - as required by the inspectors. No pedigree or grade registered stock, entered for the sale, shall have horns. Two Society Members will form an appeal committee, one of whom will be a society council member. The appeal committee will be elected prior to the sale. If any exhibitor feels the need to formally lodge an appeal against the result of an inspection, they must from the beginning speak ONLY to the Chief Inspector. He will then ask for a deposit of £20 from the exhibitor. The appeal committee will then carry out their own inspection of the animal and their decision will be final. The deposit will only be returned if the appeal is successful. RECORD WEIGHTS & HEIGHTS: All bulls will be weighed and measured by an official as an integral part of the pre-sale inspection procedure and the data will be displayed above the animals pen. EVERY ANIMAL entered for the SHOW and SALE must be halter trained and shall have no horns. Bulls must be led with a nose rope. Every animal entered for the sale must be provided with a serviceable halter, which shall become the property of the Purchaser. UK TAGS/TATTOO MARKS - All cattle entered for the Sale will have their UK Tags/Tattoo marks examined as an integral part of the pre sale inspection procedure. Any marks found to have faulty, incorrect or illegible marks will be REJECTED from the Sale. Vendors are therefore urged, in their own best interests, to examine the UK Tags/Tattoo marks of Sale cattle before the animal(s) leave their farm, so that faulty marks can be recitified in accordance with the required Society procedures. CONDITIONS OF SALE The sale will be held subject to the Auction Rules and Conditions of Sale drawn up by the British Blue Cattle Society: “No member shall withdraw from sale any animal catalogued for sale. Any member who, having entered an animal for sale under these rules, fails to bring that animal to that sale, must produce, either at the sale or by post to reach the Registered office of the Society within 7 days of the sale, a veterinary surgeon’s certificate accounting for such absence on grounds of health. Failure to produce such a certificate within the time stipulated will automatically render the member liable to a summary fine of £50 (imposed by the Council and subject to variation from time to time) in respect of each animal not brought forward. In addition, all entry fees will be forfeited, and no further pedigree registrations or entries for other sales will be accepted from that member until such fine or fines have been paid.” The proceeds of sale are guaranteed by the Auctioneers, who will account to Vendors on the day of the Sale. Such guarantee, however, does not extend to the animals sold for export, to which special conditions apply. UPSET PRICES - There will be an “upset” price of 1500gns on each bull presented for sale - i.e. if no opening bid of 1500gns is received for any particular lot that lot will be passed out of ring unsold. ALL REGISTERED CATTLE entered for the Show & Sale (Pedigree or Grade Register), also pregnant recipient cows or heifers will be sold in guineas (105 pence) and a commission 5% will be charged by the Auctioneers on all sale. RESERVE PRICES: Vendors shall have the right to refuse to accept the final bid for their animals, or to fix a Reserve Price, which must be notified to the Auctioneers in writing before or at the time their animal enters the Sale Ring. The auctioneers reserve the right to charge half commission on the amount of the final bid in the case of animals which fail to reach the Vendors reserve price. All animals will be sold in guineas (105 pence) and a commission of 5% will be charged by the Auctioneers on all sales.


7 No animal may be sold privately before being passed through the Auction Ring and FULL COMMISSION will be charged on the sale of any animal sold by private treaty after the auction. All such transactions MUST BE PASSED THROUGH THE AUCTIONEERS OFFICE. PRIZE MONEY: Will be withheld unless the winners are sold, either by auction or private treaty. STRAW: A limited amount of bedding straw will be provided by the Auctioneers free of charge. Additional Straw, if required, may be purchased from the Auctioneers. The British Blue Cattle Society’s Sale levy, amounting to 1% of sale price, will be deducted by the Auctioneers from the proceeds of sale.

BRITISH BLUE CATTLE SOCIETY Secretary: Mr. John Fleming Fell View, Blencarn, Penrith, Cumbria Tel: 01768 88775 Fax: 01768 88779 Email: info@britishbluecattle.org website: www.britishbluecattle.org IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ACCOMPANY ANIMALS TO THE SALE PREMISES and are handed to the Auctioneers upon the arrival to the market.

DECLARATION FORM TOGETHER WITH THE NECESSARY CATTLE PASSPORT DOCUMENTATION ANY ANIMAL NOT IN POSSESSION OF THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE OFFERED FOR SALE. PLEASE NOTE IT IS ILLEGAL TO MOVE ANY ANIMAL WITHOUT THEIR RESPECTIVE PASSPORT DOCUMENTATION.

CHeCS Johne’s Programme The CHeCS Johne’s programme has changed to a graded system as in the following table. For more information contact www.britishbluecattle’org. Go to Health/Index/CheCS Johnes Programme. Status

Definition

Level 1:

This is directly equivalent to the previous CHeCS Accredited free status. Level 1 status is associated with the lowest risk source when buying in stock. They have had 3 or more clear consecutive clear herd tests. Health plan required.

Level 2:

Herds with level 2 status have had one or two clear consecutive herd tests. Health plan required.

Level 3:

Herds with level 3 status have reactors identified at the annual herd test, but these are no more than 3% of the animals tested. Health plan required.

Level 4:

Herds with level 3 status have reactors identified at the annual herd test, and these amount to more than 3% of the animals tested. Health plan required.

Level 5:

Any herd that is not carrying out the required testing or does not have a suitable health plan in place automatically falls into this category. Level 5 status is considered to be the greatest risk source when buying in stock.


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Schedule of Classes Judge: Mr John O’Kell – Birdswood Herd Birdswood Farm, Aston, Runcorn, Cheshire

Inspection Panel: Chief Inspector: Jim Sloan Inspectors: Steve Pattinson, Adam Neachell Veterinary Inspector: Mr George Girvan BVM&S, MRCVS Prize Cards and Rosettes will be awarded to animals standing 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and Highly Commended in each class.

Class 1

Bull – born before 13/12/10

2

Bull – born between 14/12/10 and 09/02/11

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Bull – born between 10/02/11 and 07/05/11

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Bull – born between 08/05/11 and 31/03/12

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Served Heifer

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Maiden Heifer

Overall Male Champion Overall Female Champion Supreme Champion

Order of Show Classes: Females followed by Males


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The British Blue Cattle Society The Secretary, Fell View, Blencarn, Penrith, Cumbria CA10 1TX t. 00 44 (0)1768 88775 f. 00 44 (0)1768 88779

www.britishbluecattle.org info@britishbluecattle.org

INSPECTION CRITERIA AT SOCIETY SPONSORED SALES MINIMUM HEIGHT WEIGHT AND SCROTUM DIMENSIONS January 2013 This document is published to help members select cattle of the right type and specification, for entry into prestigious sales, held under the auspices of the Society. It also sets out criteria for the Society’s Volunteer Inspectors to work to, which in turn, facilitates uniformity across all Society sales. Apart from meeting the minimum standards stated below, pedigree cattle should also conform to the Society’s Bylaws, number 1.1 of which states: “The definition of the breed’s characteristics is as follows: A long, large bodied beef animal with fine bones, double muscle, sloping rump and hidden hips, strong legs and correct mouth. Coat colour can be black, white, blue, or any combination of these colours that is acceptable to the Council.” 1. The ear tattoo should be clearly legible and the letters and numbers agree with the pedigrees. Animals born after 1 January 1998 require no tattoo, on condition that they have been double tagged, as per Ministry regulations 2. Animals must conform to minimum heights and weights specified by the Society’s Council. See over for the detailed charts 3. Teeth and jaws should be correct in terms of position and bone structure. A degree of latitude shall be allowed where an animal is cutting teeth. The Chief Inspectors decision is final, with regard to acceptable jaw and teeth configurations. 4. The testicles and sheath shall be checked for correctness. Testicles should be of good conformation and consistency, with the epididymis showing definition. The minimum circumference of the scrotum between 10 and 24 months is shown overleaf. Animals over 24 months must have a minimum scrotal circumference of 32cm. 5. All animals must be in good, healthy condition and free from signs of infectious diseases, such as Viral Warts, Live Ring Worm etc. (A Veterinary certificate must accompany animals if previously treated, this treatment must have been carried out at least 14 days prior to the sale), Mange, New Forest Disease, Lice. 6. All animals should be able to walk correctly, on the day of inspection, with no genetic defects. The general mobility of the animal should be acceptable for practical use and not be detrimental to the breed’s reputation. Bulls with an exceptional conformation will be allowed a degree of latitude with regard to mobility The Council of the British Blue Cattle Society would urge all potential vendors to adhere strictly to these notes when entering cattle into official sales and to seek advice, prior to the sale, if they are uncertain as to whether an animal will pass. This will avoid the disappointment of any of their cattle being rejected by the Inspectors. Should any cattle be rejected, it is the vendor’s responsibility to ensure that the Lot Number is sprayed in red at the time of inspection. Such cattle may be sold privately from the pens, the sale going through the auctioneer’s books. Rejected animals may not be sold through the pedigree or commercial ring at a Society sale SAFETY A Vendor must not enter for sale, any animal with a potentially dangerous temperament. The Society’s Inspectors have the right to demand the immediate removal, from the sale and the sale premises, of any animal, which, in their opinion, demonstrates a temperament, which could be dangerous to the public   

All Animals Must Be Halter Trained No Animal Shall Have Horns It is a statutory requirement that any bull over the age of 12 months, sold through a public auction, shall have a ring in its nose The objective of the Official Society Inspection is primarily in place to raise the breed standard and the inspection panel’s decision is intended as a purchasers guide only. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the suitability of an animal for their particular requirements. By bidding for an animal the intendedWEIGHT purchaser accepts the Societies and Auctioneers conditions FOR AGE of sale, the animal being theirs at the fall of the hammer. 3 Month Rule – No calf, whether pedigree or commercial, under the age of 3 months will be accepted for either the show, or sale C:\Users\User2\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\ACED23EU\Criteria Revised January 2013.doc


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5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

139 139 139 172 172 172 205 205 205 238 238 238 271 271 271 284 284 284 304 304 304

110 110 110 137 137 137 166 166 166 191 191 191 218 218 218 245 245 245 272 272 272

300 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 400 410 420 430 440 450 460 470 480 490 500 510 520 530 540 550 560 570 580 590 600 610 620 630 640 650 660 670 680 690 700 710 720

370 382 393 404 415 426 436 446 456 465 474 483 492 500 509 517 525 533 540 548 555 562 569 576 583 590 596 603 609 615 621 627 633 639 645 650 656 661 667 672 677 682 687

299 308 318 327 337 346 356 365 375 384 394 400 406 412 419 424 429 437 443 449 455 462 469 475 482 489 495 502 509 515 523 531 538 547 552 563 570 578 586 594 601 609 617

730 740 750 760 770 780 790 800 810 820 830 840 850 860 870 880 890 900

692 697 702 707 712 717 722 727 732 737 742 747 752 757 762 767 772 777

622 627 632 637 642 647 652 657 662 667 672 677 682 687 692 697 702 707

Months

Days

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

90 120 150 180 210 240 270

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

HEIGHT FOR AGE Bulls

300 330 360 390 420 450 480 510 540 570 600 630 660 690 720 750 780 810 840 870 900

Min Height in cms Heifers

103 105 107 109 111 113 115

117 118 119 120 122 123 124 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139

100 102 104 106 108 110 112

114 115 116 117 119 120 121 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136

Bulls over 24 months of age will pass the inspection provided that they are 133cms or over Heifers over 24 months of age will pass the inspection provided that they are130cms or over

MINIMUM SCROTAL CIRCUMFERENCE

Months 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Days 300 330 360 390 420 450 480

cms 28 28 29 29 29 30 30

17 18 19 20 21 22

510 540 570 600 630 660

30 31 31 31 32 32

23 24

690 720

32 32

In addition to Circumference, both testicles should be of good conformation and consistency, with the Epididymis showing definition. Bulls over 24 months must have a minimum circumference of 32cms

GENERAL POINT Not withstanding the above minimum heights, weights for age and Scrotal acceptability, animals should also conform to breed type and be of good overall shape.

Bulls over 24 months of age will pass inspection, provided that they are over 687 kg in weight. Heifers over 24 months of age will pass inspection, provided that they are over 617 kg in weight.

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90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 280 290

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Min Weight in Kgs Bulls Heifers

For Data Collection Purposes only

Days

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WEIGHT FOR AGE

Months


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EXPLANATORY NOTES FOR CATALOGUES Only British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVs or INTERIM EBVs with Accuracy (Acc) can be validly compared between herds.

ESTIMATED BREEDING VALUES (EBVS)

The EBV is the best estimate of an animal's genetic merit for that trait.

ACCURACY

An accuracy value is presented with every EBV and gives an indication of the amount of information that has been used in the calculation of that EBV. The higher the accuracy the lower the likelihood of change in the animal's EBV as more information is analysed for that animal or it's relatives. Accuracy below 75% should be considered low.

CALVING EASE Calving Ease EBVs are based on calving difficulty scores, birth weights and gestation length information. More positive EBVs are favourable and indicate easier calving. DIR: Direct calving ease indicates how this animal influences the birth of its progeny. DTRS: Daughter’s calving ease indicates how well the animal produces daughters that have easier calving.

BIRTH AND FERTILITY

GL: Gestation Length EBV (days) is based on AI records. Lower (negative) GL EBVs indicate shorter gestation lengths which generally relate to easier calving and increased growth after birth. BWT: Birth Weight EBV (kg) is based on the measured birth weight of animals, adjusted for dam age. The lower the value the lighter the calf at birth and the lower the likelihood of a difficult birth. This is particularly important when selecting sires for use over heifers. SS: Scrotal Size EBV (cm) is an indicator of male fertility in regards to semen quality and quantity. Higher (positive) EBVs indicate higher fertility. There is also a small negative correlation with age of puberty in female progeny.

GROWTH

MILK: 200-Day Milk EBV (kg) is an estimate of an animal's milking ability. For sires, this EBV is indicative of their daughter’s milking ability as it affects the 200-day weight of their calves. 200: 200-Day Growth EBV (kg) is calculated from the weight of animals taken between 80 and 300 days of age. Values are adjusted to 200 days and for dam age. This EBV is the best single estimate of an animal's genetic merit for growth to early ages. 400: 400-Day Weight EBV (kg) is calculated from the weight of progeny taken between 301 and 500 days of age, adjusted to 400 days and for dam age. This EBV is the best single estimate of an animal's genetic merit for yearling weight. 600: 600-Day Weight EBV (kg) is calculated from the weight of progeny taken between 501 and 900 days of age, adjusted to 600 days and for dam age. This EBV is the best single estimate of an animal's genetic merit for growth beyond yearling age. MWT: Mature Cow Weight EBV (kg) is an estimate of the genetic difference in cow weight at 5 years of age. Smaller, or more moderate EBVs are generally more favourable.


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CARCASE

CWT: Carcase Weight EBV (kg) estimates the genetic difference in carcase weight at a standard age of 650 days.

EMA: Eye Muscle Area EBV (cm2) estimates genetic differences in eye muscle area of a 300kg dressed carcase. More positive EBVs indicate better muscling on animals. FAT: Rib Fat EBV (mm) estimates the genetic differences in fat depth at the rib in a 300kg dressed carcase. More positive EBVs indicate more subcutaneous fat and earlier maturity. RBY%: Retail Beef Yield Percent EBV (%) represents total (boned out) meat yield as a percentage of a 300kg dressed carcase. A more positive EBV indicates higher percentage yield for the 300kg carcase size. IMF%: Intra-muscular Fat Percent EBV (%) is an estimate of the genetic difference in the percentage of intra-muscular fat at the 12/13th rib site in a 300kg carcase. Depending on market targets, larger more positive values are generally more favourable.

INDEXES An index combines the EBVs with economic information (costs and returns) for specific market and production systems to rank animals based on relative profit values. Note that the different types of animals can give similar profit values, so you should also consider both the index and the component EBVs when selecting animals for your production system.

BBB Carcase Yield Index (£’s) - Estimates the genetic differences between animals in net profitability per cow mated for an example commercial herd targeting the EU market with no marbling requirement. All progeny are assumed to be marketed at around 550-580 kg live weight (280-320 kg carcase weight) at approximately 19 months of age. Bulls with a higher BBB Carcase Yield Index will have a greater genetic potential to sire heavier finished progeny. As there are no maternal traits included in the calculation of the BB Carcase Yield Index, bulls with a high Index will not necessarily be suitable for breeding heifer replacements. BBB Pedigree Breeding Index (£’s) - This index (£ per cow joined) targets herds that breed their own replacement cows and bulls and slaughter progeny from large framed cows. Steer progeny are slaughter at around 16 months of age at 620 kg live weight (360 kg carcase weight). The main EBV emphases are on weight, carcase retail beef yield and calving ease. The index estimates the genetic differences between animals in net profitability per cow mated for a herd targeting the EU market with no marbling requirement. With this in mind, the index also identifies suitable replacement breeding animals by also considering the maternal and fertility traits of the animal. Therefore, both direct and daughters calving ease are included in the index. This index is only reported for animals with at least moderate accuracy for the key traits. Animals must also be in the top 50th percentile or better for Calving Ease Direct, 400 Day Weight and Retail Beef Yield % EBVs. The British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN Estimated Breeding Values contained in this Sale Catalogue were compiled by the Agricultural Business Research Institute (ABRI) from data supplied by the breeders. Neither the British Blue Cattle Society nor the ABRI oversee or audit the collection of this data.


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British Blue Percentile Bands for 2010 Born Calves Percentile Band

Top Value Top 1% Top 5% Top 10% Top 15% Top 20% Top 25% Top 30% Top 35% Top 40% Top 45% Top 50% Top 55% Top 60% Top 65% Top 70% Top 75% Top 80% Top 85% Top 90% Top 95% Top 99% Low Value

Calv. Ease Direct (%)

+5.5 +2.7 +1.4 +0.8 +0.4 +0.2 0.0 -0.2 -0.4 -0.5 -0.6 -0.7 -0.8 -0.9 -1.1 -1.2 -1.3 -1.5 -1.6 -1.8 -2.1 -2.5 -2.9

Calv. 200 400 Ease Gest. Birth Day Day Dtrs Len. Wt. Wt. Wt. (%) (days) (kg) (kg) (kg)

+3.2 +1.8 +1.0 +0.5 +0.3 +0.1 0.0 -0.2 -0.3 -0.4 -0.4 -0.5 -0.6 -0.7 -0.8 -0.8 -0.9 -1.0 -1.1 -1.2 -1.4 -1.7 -2.6

-1.6 -1.0 -0.5 -0.2 0.0 +0.1 +0.2 +0.3 +0.4 +0.5 +0.6 +0.7 +0.7 +0.8 +0.9 +1.0 +1.1 +1.2 +1.3 +1.5 +1.8 +2.3 +3.5

-2.3 -0.9 +0.2 +0.6 +0.9 +1.2 +1.4 +1.6 +1.7 +1.8 +2.0 +2.1 +2.2 +2.4 +2.5 +2.7 +2.9 +3.1 +3.3 +3.6 +4.0 +5.2 +6.6

+26 +22 +19 +17 +16 +15 +14 +13 +13 +12 +12 +11 +10 +10 +9 +8 +8 +7 +6 +5 +3 -1 -6

+56 +39 +32 +29 +26 +25 +23 +22 +21 +20 +19 +17 +16 +15 +14 +13 +11 +10 +8 +6 +2 -4 -25

600 Eye Retail BBB Carcase BBB Pedigree Day Scrotal Carcase Muscle Rib Beef Yield Breeding Wt. Milk Size Wt. Area Fat Yield IMF Index Index (kg) (sq.cm) (mm) (%) (kg) (kg) (cm) % (GBP) GBP

+71 +56 +46 +41 +39 +36 +34 +31 +29 +28 +26 +25 +23 +22 +20 +19 +17 +15 +13 +10 +6 -3 -21

+8 +7 +6 +6 +5 +5 +5 +4 +4 +4 +4 +4 +3 +3 +3 +3 +3 +3 +3 +2 +2 +1 +1

+1.7 +1.1 +0.9 +0.6 +0.5 +0.4 +0.4 +0.3 +0.3 +0.2 +0.2 +0.2 +0.1 +0.1 +0.1 0.0 0.0 -0.1 -0.2 -0.2 -0.4 -0.6 -1.3

+43 +30 +25 +22 +21 +19 +18 +17 +17 +16 +15 +14 +13 +12 +11 +10 +9 +8 +7 +5 +2 -2 -15

+4.3 +3.3 +2.8 +2.4 +2.2 +2.1 +1.9 +1.8 +1.7 +1.6 +1.5 +1.4 +1.4 +1.3 +1.2 +1.1 +1.1 +1.0 +0.9 +0.7 +0.4 -0.1 -1.0

-0.9 -0.5 -0.3 -0.2 -0.1 -0.1 0.0 0.0 +0.1 +0.1 +0.2 +0.2 +0.2 +0.2 +0.3 +0.3 +0.3 +0.4 +0.4 +0.5 +0.6 +0.9 +2.0

+2.0 +1.4 +1.1 +0.9 +0.7 +0.6 +0.5 +0.5 +0.4 +0.4 +0.3 +0.3 +0.2 +0.2 +0.1 +0.1 0.0 0.0 -0.1 -0.2 -0.3 -0.6 -1.2

+0.7 +0.4 +0.3 +0.2 +0.2 +0.2 +0.2 +0.2 +0.1 +0.1 +0.1 +0.1 +0.1 +0.1 +0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 -0.1 -0.1 -0.3 -0.4

+30 +23 +19 +17 +16 +15 +14 +13 +12 +12 +11 +10 +9 +8 +8 +7 +6 +5 +4 +3 0 -3 -11

+28 +20 +16 +14 +12 +11 +10 +9 +8 +7 +6 +5 +4 +3 +2 +1 0 -1 -2 -4 -7 -12 -22


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The British Blue Cattle Society draws purchasers and vendors attention, to the following Conditions of Warranty Bylaw, incorporated into its Bull & Female Breeding Warranty.

Conditions of Warranty Taking care to settle a newly purchased bull properly will assist in ensuring that you have many years of good service from him. Under the terms of the British Blue Bull and Female Breeding Warranty the purchaser is required to maintain the animal in normal breeding condition, in accordance with the rules and practice of good animal husbandry and management, as referred to in clauses 4.2 and 6.1 and 8.1.4.2. Following purchase the Society would require a purchaser to adhere to the following points to fulfil the requirement of ‘Good husbandry and management’ 1)         The bull is not used within one month of the date of purchase. 2)         Ensure that the bull is in ‘Breeding condition’ before use. 3)         In consultation with the vendor, maintain the bull on its current diet and only introduce any new feed gradually. 4)         When the bull is first used, try it with 1-2 smaller cows first, in a yard on a non-slip surface, so he is introduced to service gradually and safely.  Observe him closely to ensure that he is inseminating the cow properly. 5)         Once you are satisfied that these cows are not returning then put the bull out with the rest of your cows.  20 to 25 cows is a maximum in the first year. 6)         British Blues are warranted fertile from 20 months of age. The Bull is not warranted if it is used prior to this age. 7)         It is a fact that ‘British Blues’ as a breed, sexually mature, 4-5 months later than some other Breeds. Please bear this in mind Failure to observe the above could invalidate a claim under the Bull Breeding Warranty

It is a condition of sale, that where a warranty claim on a bull is upheld, that the purchaser shall agree to the Society or its agent, on behalf of the vendor, should it choose to do so, of having access to all calves that he has bred in the last 12 months, along with their dams if necessary, for the purpose of undertaking DNA parentage checks.


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VENDORS INDEX Brindley, Mr JG BRINGLEE The Lees, Adderley, Market Drayton, Shropshire, TF9 3SU • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear Feb 2012 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes • Sale animals vaccinated for BVD and Lepto

12

Brook Farm Windley Ltd BROOKLEY BLUE Brook Farm, Windley, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 2LP • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear March 2011 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for BVD • Accredited Free of BVD • Routinely testing for BVD since 2010 • Sale animals vaccinated for BVD & Lepto

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Coates, Messrs J & E GREYSTONE Rainscar Farm, Stainforth, Settle, North Yorkshire. BD24 9PW • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Dec 2012 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme • Accredited Free of BVD since 2006 • Routinely testing for BVD • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD • Accredited for Johnes - Risk Level 1

40,42

Comrie, Messrs A & CS STONEBYRES The Beeches, Stonebyres Mains Farm, Lanark ML11 9UW • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Jan 2010 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD • Accredited Free of BVD since 2010 • Routinely testing for BVD • Sale animals vaccinated for BVD, IBR & Lepto • Moninored clear of Johnes for 2 years - Risk Level 2

10

Dent, Messrs J W & Sons NABY Naby View, Lartington, Barnard Castle, Co Durham, DL12 9DW • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Feb 2009 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD • Routinely testing for BVD • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD & IBR • Johnes Risk Level 3

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Dunn, Messrs J & L HIGHRIDGE West Nymph Farm, South Tawton, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 2RJ • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear Sept 2012 • Member of Biobest CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes, BVD & IBR • Routinely testing for BVD & IBR • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD • Accredited for Johnes - Risk Level 1

20

Green, Messrs J & J OXCROFT Wrangham, Colpy, Insch, Aberdeen, AB52 6TQ • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Aug 2012 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme • Accredited Free of BVD • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD • Monitored clear of Johnes for 1 year - Risk Level 2

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18 Hambleton, Mr M CLAYFIELDS The Clays, Alstonfields, Nr Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 2FS • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear March 2012 • Member of Biobest CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes, BVD, IBR & Lepto • Routinely testing for BVD, IBR & Lepto • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD • Monitored clear of Johnes for 2 years - Risk Level 2

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Hartley, Messrs M & E PENDLE Pendle Valley Farm, Roughlee, Nelson, Lancashire BB9 6NJ • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Feb 2011 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes, BVD, IBR & Lepto • Routinely testing for BVD, IBR & Lepto • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD • Accredited free of Johnes - Risk Level 1

4,5

Innes, Mr James C & Sons STRATHBOGIE Dunscroft, Huntly, Aberdeenshire AB54 4SA • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear January 2013 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD • Routinely testing for BVD since 2010 • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD and Lepto

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Kennedy, Mrs S OVERTON Overton Farm, Coylton By Ayr, Ayrshire, KA6 6HE • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Feb 2011 • Member of Biobest CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD • Monitored clear of Johnes for 1 year (Risk Level 2)

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Lucas, Messrs M & D LUKEROYAL 154 Sevenmile Straight, Co.Antrim, N Ireland BT41 4QY • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear Jan 2013 • Member of AFBI CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD • Routinely testing for BVD • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD • Monitored clear of Johnes for 2 years - Risk Level 2

30,31,32,45,46

Martin Brothers SPRINGHILL Ashvale Farm, 44 Ballyblack Road, Newtownards, Co.Down, N.Ireland BT22 2AZ • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear March 2012 • Member of AFBI CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD • Routinely testing for BVD, IBR & Lepto • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD& Lepto (females only for IBR) • Accredited free of Johnes – Risk Level 1 McKelvey, Mr M LOCHSIDE Burnside Farm, Lochmaben, Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire DG11 1RP • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Oct 2010 • Member of SAC CheCS Health Scheme • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD

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19 Mowbray, Mr RJ DROIT 34 Droit Road, Newtonstewart, Co.Tyrone, N.Ireland BT78 4DS • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear Dec 2011 • Member of AFBI CHeCS Health Scheme • Routinely testing for BVD & Lepto • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD & Lepto • Accredited free of Johnes - Risk Level 1

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Noden, Messrs B & J DRAVIC Victoria Farm, Market Drayton, Shropshire, TF9 4BH • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear Jan 2012 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & Lepto • Routinely testing for IBR since 2008 • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD & Lepto

1,14,15

Pattinson, Messrs RS & CL KELOWNA Kinkry Hill Farm, Roadhead, Carlisle, Cumbria CA6 6NG • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Nov 2010 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD • Johnes - Risk Level 5

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Pedley, Mr JH OAK TREE Oak Tree Farm, Barbon, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA6 2LT • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Dec 2009 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes, BVD & Lepto • Routinely testing for BVD, Lepto & Johnes • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD & Lepto • Johnes - Risk Level 2 (Just completed 3rd blood test)

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Redhead & Watson TWEEDDALE Bowsden Moor, Bowsden, Berwick–upon–Tweed, TD15 2TG • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Jan 2009 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD • Routinely testing for BVD • Sale animals vaccinated for BVD & Lepto • Johnes Risk Level 3

24,25,26

Telfer & Claxton, Messrs M & H NEWTON BLUES Newton High House, Newton, Stocksfield, Northumberland NE43 7UJ • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Jan 2011 • Member of Biobest CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD & Lepto • Accredited free of BVD • Routinely testing for BVD & Johnes • Sale animals vaccinated for BVD IBR & Lepto • Johnes Risk Level 5

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Twentyman, Mrs JE OSBORNE Osborne Farm, Longhead, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 9SY • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Jan 2012 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD • Sale animals vaccinated for BVD & Lepto

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20 Van Rie, Barbara BELMORE 23 Calmore Road, Tobermore, Magherafelt, N.Ireland, BT45 5PX • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear 2012 • Member of AFBI CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes, BVD, IBR & Lepto • Accredited free of BVD, IBR & Lepto • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD • Johnes - Risk Level 2

36,43,44

Watret, Mr K SOLWAY VIEW 25 Northfield Park, Annan, Dumfriesshire, DG12 5EZ • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear Dec 2012 • Member of Biobest & Hi Health CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes, BVD, IBR & Lepto • Sale animal/s vaccinated for BVD, IBR & Lepto Wilde, Ms M RIDGE DEAN Ride Farm, Dean Farm Lane, Soulbury, Nr Leighton Buzzard, Beds LU7 0DE • Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval last test clear 2010 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes & BVD • Routinely testing for BVD • Sale animals vaccinated for BVD • Monitored clear of Johnes 1 year – Risk level 2 Wilkinson, Messrs AJ & DA SPRINGFIELD Springfield Farm, Whin Lane, Out Rawcliffe, Preston, Lancs. PR3 6TH • Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval last test clear January 2012 • Member of SAC CHeCS Health Scheme for Johnes, BVD, IBR and Lepto • Routinely testing for BVD since 1995 and IBR and Lepto since 2011 • Sale animals vaccinated for BVD • Monitored clear of Johnes 1 year – Risk level 2

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Class One

BULLS CLASS ONE Lots 1 - 9 (8 entries) Lot

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B & J NODEN

DRAVIC FLAME ET

B-20101179 AI ET Black & White Born 12/05/2010 UK303941100688 gs. BALTO DE STEINBACH (IS) (I-20021444) Sire *BRINGLEE WALDO (B-20040249) gd. BRINGLEE SANDY ET (B-20001166) gs. SJAKA ZOELOE VAN ZWAANHOF (IS) (I-20070671) Dam BRINGLEE DONNA (B-20080216) gd. NAGE CHARDENEUX (I-20061207) DRAVIC FLAME is a very stylish mobile bull packed with muscle, he was running out at grass all summer until the end of November and has served heifers which have been PD’d in calf.

Lot

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KEVIN WATRET

SOLWAY VIEW FLYING COLOURS ET

B-20110909 AI ET Black & White Born 21/09/2010 UK581435500727 gs. DEMON DU RY NEUF MOULIN (X-6819) Sire *COLOS VAN DAISEL (IS) (I-20091445) gd. ESPERANCE DU CHATEAU LEBRUN (X-6821) gs. TAMHORN SUMO (SR) ET (B-20001236) Dam SPRINGFIELD CARISSA (B-20071289) gd. SPRINGFIELD ANNIE ET (B-20050080) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -1.0 -0.9 +1.7 +5 +10 +16 38% 23% 71% 63% 66% 67% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +9 +1.9 +0.2 +0.5 0.0 +6 54% 36% 49% 43% 32% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

SOLWAY VIEW FLYING COLOURS is a mainly black bull with length and style. His full sister sold for 5,600gns Carlisle Oct 2012.


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Class One

Lot

3

M TELFER & H CLAXTON

NEWTON BLUES FISCONTI ET

B-20101965 AI ET Black & White Born 24/09/2010 gs. INGENIEUR DES FORTS (X-4344) Sire *VISCONTI DE ST FONTAINE (IS) (I-970731) gd. NERVURE DE ST FONTAINE (X-4345) gs. SERIEUX DE FOOZ (IS) (I-981249) Dam GLENROCK VENITIA ET (B-20030791) gd. PARK REGAL (B-990851)

Lot

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UK107023700580

A M & E HARTLEY

PENDLE FIREBLADE ET

B-20102158 AI ET Black & White Born 29/10/2010 UK180797500118 gs. BARON DU BOIS BAULOYE IS (I-991269) Sire *BLUE STONE UNION JACK (B-20020557) gd. BLUE STONE MADONA ET (B-960597) gs. PHILIPPER DE REMICHAMPAGNE IS (I-961450) Dam PENDLE TRIXY (B-20010494) gd. STOWBECK LULU (B-940422) PENDLE FIREBLADE is full brother to the Royal Show Junior Champion 2006 who was top price bull Carlisle Oct 2006. He has settled cows in calf

Lot

5

A M & E HARTLEY

PENDLE FANTIC ET

B-20102157 AI ET Blue Roan Born 31/10/2010 UK180797600119 gs. BARON DU BOIS BAULOYE IS (I-991269) Sire *BLUE STONE UNION JACK (B-20020557) gd. BLUE STONE MADONA ET (B-960597) gs. PHILIPPER DE REMICHAMPAGNE IS (I-961450) Dam PENDLE TRIXY (B-20010494) gd. STOWBECK LULU (B-940422) PENDLE FANTIC is full brother to the Royal Show Junior Champion 2006 who was top price bull Carlisle Oct 2006.

Lot

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J E TWENTYMAN

OSBORNE FLASH

B-20102071 AI Black & White Born 01/11/2010 gs. IMPLANT 8315 BEAUFFAUX (X-6512) Sire *EMPIRE D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20061477) gd. BALISE D’OCHAIN (X-6513) gs. GITAN DU PTI’T MAYEUR (IS) (I-20041023) Dam OSBORNE BRAMBLE (B-20061326) gd. OSBORNE TALIA (B-20010449)

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OSBORNE FLASH is a powerful black and white bulll with exceptional shape and great mobility.


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Class One

MARTIN BROTHERS

SPRINGHILL FACTOR

B-20110039 AI White Born 01/12/2010 gs. AFFUTE DU RY OSSOGNE (IS) (I-990581) Sire *TAMHORN SUMO (SR) ET (B-20001236) gd. LEVERHULME NIMBUS ET (B-961196) gs. RIDGE DEAN PHYSICAL (SR) ET (B-980816) Dam SPRINGHILL DOVE ET (B-20080427) gd. SPRINGHILL VELVET (B-20030666) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

UK933262903382

2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.5 -0.6 +0.1 +2.3 +10 +24 +42 46% 35% 59% 68% 61% 59% 60% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +2.4 +0.1 +0.6 +0.1 +19 +8 Accuracy 33% 40% 37% 29% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves SPRINGHILL FACTOR is an all white bull with great muscle and length. He has been semen tested and returned an above average count.

Lot

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MARK MCKELVEY

DROIT FORESTER ET

B-20110079 AI ET Born 13/12/2010 UK963141150964 Bred by: MR RICHARD J MOWBRAY gs. IMPLANT 8315 BEAUFFAUX (X-6512) Sire *EMPIRE D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20061477) gd. BALISE D’OCHAIN (X-6513) gs. RIDGE DEAN PHYSICAL (SR) ET (B-980816) Dam DROIT CLOVER ET (B-20070469) gd. DROIT VICKY (B-20031497) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.8 -0.3 +0.8 +3.4 +16 +31 +46 44% 29% 50% 73% 65% 69% 64% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +22 +0.6 -0.2 +0.1 +0.3 +17 55% 42% 51% 47% 37% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

DROIT FORESTER is a well muscled blue and white bull.

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Class Two

CLASS TWO Lots 10 - 19 (11 entries) Lot

10

A & C S COMRIE

STONEBYRES GALAXY ET

B-20110092 AI ET Black & White Born 12/01/2011 gs. IMPLANT 8315 BEAUFFAUX (X-6512) Sire *EMPIRE D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20061477) gd. BALISE D’OCHAIN (X-6513) gs. JAGUAR DE PIERRECOME (IS) (I-20051361) Dam STONEBYRES CAPRICE ET (B-20070311) gd. ANNANWATER VENUS (B-20030667)

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2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk EBVs -1.5 -0.9 +3.6 +17 +34 +57 Accuracy 41% 25% 70% 61% 60% 60% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4 Avg.10 Calves Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +1.5 -0.4 +0.7 +0.2 +21 Accuracy 31% 44% 39% 34% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves STONEBYRES GALAXY is a tall, well muscled, mobile black and white bull.

Lot

11

R S & C L PATTINSON

KELOWNA GIGOLO

B-20110662 AI Black & White Born 15/01/2011 UK102530200780 gs. BLAK DU BATY D’EPRAVE (IS) (I-20040421) Sire ROSARIO (IS) (I-20091249) gd. ROSS TREASA (X-6186) gs. RACISTE DU PACHIS A LA MOTTE (IS) (I-20030244) Dam KELOWNA CATE (B-20071743) gd. KELOWNA WILLOW (B-20041761) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.6 -0.5 +1.1 +7 +10 +19 33% 23% 50% 44% 41% 41% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +9 Accuracy +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves KELOWNA GIGOLO was Champion British Blue bull, Cockermouth Show 2012. He has been semen tested.


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Class Two

Lot

12

G BRINDLEY

BRINGLEE GOLDCOAST ET

B-20110450 AI ET Born 22/01/2011 gs. RADAR VAN TERBECK (IS) (I-20010002) Sire *ETERNEL DE DIEU SEUL (IS) (I-20070670) gd. EDEN DE ST FONTAINE (X-6600) gs. SCEPTRE DE BOMAL (I-970716) Dam BRINGLEE VANDY (B-20031433) gd. BRINGLEE SANDY ET (B-20001166)

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BRINGLEE GOLDCOAST is maternal brother to Bringlee Ecstasy who is the high ERU bull and top seller in the Cogent Stud. Goldcoast was shown twice during the 2012 summer shows and on both occasions won his classes. Bringlee Vandy (dam) is a top brood cow at Bringlee, currently fulfilling embryo contracts for the UK and overseas markets. Goldcoast has been used successfully and has cows settled in calf. He has also been semen tested.

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J H PEDLEY

OAK TREE GREAT EXPECTATIONS ET

B-20110332 AI ET Black & White Born 29/01/2011 UK103642700356 gs. DEMON DU RY NEUF MOULIN (X-6819) Sire *COLOS VAN DAISEL (IS) (I-20091445) gd. ESPERANCE DU CHATEAU LEBRUN (X-6821) gs. SERIEUX DE FOOZ (IS) (I-981249) Dam OAK TREE WHITE STAR (B-20040138) gd. NORBRECK STARGAZER (B-20010018) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.9 -1.1 +2.5 +10 +12 +17 38% 23% 56% 47% 47% 46% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +1.6 +0.4 +0.3 +6 Accuracy 22% 30% 26% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves OAK TREE GREAT EXPECTATIONS is a dark blue and white bull, well muscled, mobile and correct. He has served heifers.

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B & J NODEN

DRAVIC GENERATOR ET

B-20110353 AI ET Black & White Born 01/02/2011 UK303941500720 gs. BARON DU BOIS BAULOYE IS (I-991269) Sire *BRINGLEE BLACKSTAR ET (B-20060949) gd. BRINGLEE SANDY ET (B-20001166) gs. SJAKA ZOELOE VAN ZWAANHOF (IS) (I-20070671) Dam BRINGLEE DONNA (B-20080216) gd. NAGE CHARDENEUX (I-20061207) DRAVIC GENERATOR is a very well muscled bull, nearly all black with excellent mobility. He was running out at grass all summer until the end of November and has served heifers which are PD’d in calf.


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Class Two

B & J NODEN

DRAVIC GASTON ET

B-20110352 AI ET Black & White Born 01/02/2011 UK303941400719 gs. BARON DU BOIS BAULOYE IS (I-991269) Sire *BRINGLEE BLACKSTAR ET (B-20060949) gd. BRINGLEE SANDY ET (B-20001166) gs. SJAKA ZOELOE VAN ZWAANHOF (IS) (I-20070671) Dam BRINGLEE DONNA (B-20080216) gd. NAGE CHARDENEUX (I-20061207) DRAVIC GASTON is a tall, very correct, well muscled bull, nearly all black. He was running out at grass all summer until the end of November and has served heifers which are PD’d in calf.

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RICHARD MOWBRAY

DROIT GERONIMO ET

B-20110581 AI ET Black & White Born 02/02/2011 gs. GIGOLO D’OCHAIN (X-5918) Sire *DAFYDD D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20040295) gd. ADOREE D’OCHAIN (X-5919) gs. TAMHORN SUMO (SR) ET (B-20001236) Dam DROIT DAKOTA ET (B-20081272) gd. DROIT ABBEY ET (B-20050426)

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EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.3 -0.2 +0.4 +3.0 +13 +25 +41 49% 36% 52% 71% 63% 61% 61% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +22 +21 +15 50% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

DROIT DAKOTA (dam) is full sister to Droit Deon Reserve Female Champion Carlisle May 2010, sold for 5,800gns. She is also full ET brother the 6,500gn Droit Casper 1st prize winner in a strong class, Carlisle May 2009.


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Class Two

Lot

17

RICHARD MOWBRAY

DROIT GERRY ET

B-20110582 AI ET Born 02/02/2011 gs. GIGOLO D’OCHAIN (X-5918) Sire *DAFYDD D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20040295) gd. ADOREE D’OCHAIN (X-5919) gs. TAMHORN SUMO (SR) ET (B-20001236) Dam DROIT DAKOTA ET (B-20081272) gd. DROIT ABBEY ET (B-20050426)

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EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.3 -0.2 +0.4 +2.8 +12 +25 +40 49% 36% 52% 71% 63% 61% 61% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +22 +20 +15 50% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

DROIT DAKOTA (dam) is full sister to Droit Deon Reserve Female Champion Carlisle May 2010, sold for 5,800gns. She is also full ET brother the 6,500gn Droit Casper 1st prize winner in a strong class, Carlisle May 2009. Gerry has served cows which are scanned in calf.

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RICHARD MOWBRAY

DROIT GREGORY ET

B-20110580 AI ET Born 09/02/2011 gs. GIGOLO D’OCHAIN (X-5918) Sire *DAFYDD D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20040295) gd. ADOREE D’OCHAIN (X-5919) gs. TAMHORN SUMO (SR) ET (B-20001236) Dam DROIT DAKOTA ET (B-20081272) gd. DROIT ABBEY ET (B-20050426)

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EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.2 -0.2 +0.3 +2.7 +12 +24 +39 49% 36% 52% 71% 63% 61% 61% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +22 +20 +15 50% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

DROIT DAKOTA (dam) is full sister to Droit Deon Reserve Female Champion Carlisle May 2010, sold for 5,800gns. She is also full ET brother the 6,500gn Droit Casper 1st prize winner in a strong class, Carlisle May 2009.


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Class Two

MICHELE WILDE

RIDGE DEAN GROUSE ET

B-20110586 AI ET Black with a little White Born 09/02/2011 UK280969200518 gs. BRINGLEE WALDO (B-20040249) Sire *BLUEGRASS CYCLONE (SR) ET (B-20071267) gd. RIDGE DEAN ANOTHER BLUEY ET (B-20051122) gs. EMPIRE D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20061477) Dam RIDGE DEAN DELLA ET (B-20080390) gd. RIDGE DEAN VALENTINE ET (B-20030494) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

2012 Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -1.0 -0.6 +2.9 +15 +19 +34 41% 25% 72% 67% 69% 64% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +21 +3.7 +0.5 +1.2 +0.1 +17 56% 43% 53% 48% 36% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

RIDGE DEAN GROUSE is a black bull; long, wide and with good mobility. He has been semen tested, giving a good sample and has been used on a heifer.


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Class Three

CLASS THREE Lots 20 - 29 (10 entries) Lot

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J & L DUNN

HIGHRIDGE BLUES GALAXY ET

B-20110628 AI ET Black with a little White Born 26/02/2011 UK373277400049 gs. BARON DU BOIS BAULOYE IS (I-991269) Sire *BRINGLEE BLACKSTAR ET (B-20060949) gd. BRINGLEE SANDY ET (B-20001166) gs. BLUE STONE UNION JACK (B-20020557) Dam PENDLE DAZZLE (B-20080712) gd. PENDLE WITCH (B-20040833) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 21/11/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -1.1 -1.2 +2.2 +8 +11 +12 42% 30% 68% 62% 63% 58% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +8 +1.8 +0.6 +0.2 +0.2 +4 51% 39% 47% 44% 36% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

HIGHRIDGE BLUES GALAXY is from a naturally calving line and is a very mobile, well grown and correct bull, mainly black in colour. He has been successfully shown; winning many 1st prizes, Male, Reserve and Breed Championships, and a number of pairs and group interbreed championships. He also won the South West Club’s Best Male and Best Homebred awards in the 2012 herd competition.

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21

J & J GREEN

OXCROFT GLENDROMACH ET

B-20110623 AI ET Born 27/02/2011 gs. AS DE TREFLE DU VANOVA (IS) (I-980379) Sire BARBIER (IS) (I-20100166) gd. VEDETTE (X-6862) gs. RADAR VAN TERBECK (IS) (I-20010002) Dam OXCROFT ANOTHER NYMPH ET (B-20050738) gd. OXCROFT NYMPH (B-961265)

Lot

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J W DENT & SONS

NABY GOLDDUST ET

B-20110644 AI ET Black with a little White Born 10/03/2011 UK106000102658 gs. DEMON DU RY NEUF MOULIN (X-6819) Sire *COLOS VAN DAISEL (IS) (I-20091445) gd. ESPERANCE DU CHATEAU LEBRUN (X-6821) gs. CAJOLEUR DE RETTIGNY (IS) (I-20041013) Dam BRINGLEE CHRISSY ET (B-20071117) gd. BRINGLEE SANDY ET (B-20001166) NABY GOLDDUST is a tall, well muscled, mainly black bull. He has served two cows.


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Class Three

Lot

23

M HAMBLETON

CLAYFIELDS GUNNAR ET

B-20111727 AI ET Black & White Born 11/03/2011 gs. IMPLANT 8315 BEAUFFAUX (X-6512) Sire *EMPIRE D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20061477) gd. BALISE D’OCHAIN (X-6513) gs. BRINGLEE TALBOT ET (B-20011018) Dam HOLIROW ANGELDELIGHT EXCEL (B-20060011) gd. DONNAH TANGO EXCEL (B-20011034)

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Lot

24

REDHEAD & WATSON

TWEEDDALE GAZZA

H-20110534 AI Born 24/03/2011 gs. BARON DU BOIS BAULOYE IS (I-991269) Sire *BLAK DU BATY D’EPRAVE (IS) (I-20040421) gd. MANIE 6956 BATY EPRAVE (X-5960) gs. BROOMFIELD SIGNET (B-20001955) Dam SMALLBURN VICTORIA (H-20030251) gd. BROOMFIELD PRIMULA (H-980756)

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TWEEDDALE GAZZA was naturally born.

Lot

25

REDHEAD & WATSON

TWEEDDALE GROMIT ET

B-20110713 AI ET Blue Roan Born 28/03/2011 gs. EMPIRE D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20061477) Sire TWEEDDALE DISCOVERY ET (B-20082011) gd. TAMHORN ULAY ET (B-20021261) gs. OCCUPANT ET DU FOND DE BOIS (X-6384) Dam JOBARDE DE FOOZ ET (I-20090469) gd. GRADUEE ET DE FOOZ (X-6762) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

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INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 30/10/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.7 -0.4 +2.2 +8 +15 +27 35% 21% 70% 55% 51% 52% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +12 Accuracy +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves TWEEDDALE GROMIT is maternal brother to Tweeddale Faldo , winner of the Best Young Bull award in the herd competition and Tweeddale Hamlet, Reserve Male Champion, Borderway Agri-Expo 2012.


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Class Three

REDHEAD & WATSON

TWEEDDALE GALILEO ET

B-20110715 AI ET Blue Roan Born 31/03/2011 gs. INGENIEUR DES FORTS (X-4344) Sire *VISCONTI DE ST FONTAINE (IS) (I-970731) gd. NERVURE DE ST FONTAINE (X-4345) gs. URBI DE BOIS BORSU (IS) (I-941005) Dam BANNISTER SABRINA ET (B-20001053) gd. OVATIE VAN DE WOLVENDREE (I-970725) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

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INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 30/10/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk +0.1 -0.1 +0.8 +2.0 +7 +8 +13 51% 42% 52% 73% 63% 61% 60% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +8 Accuracy +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves TWEEDDALE GALILEO is maternal brother to Tweeddale Enhance, Junior Champion, Royal Highland Show 2010.

Lot

27

J TAYLOR

BROOKLEY BLUE GALAXY ET

B-20110873 AI ET Black & White Born 14/04/2011 gs. BARON DU BOIS BAULOYE IS (I-991269) Sire *BRINGLEE VOLKAWAGON ET (B-20031436) gd. BRINGLEE SANDY ET (B-20001166) gs. DAFYDD D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20040295) Dam CROMWELL DOTTY ET (B-20080260) gd. LUKEROYAL WEE BEAUTY ET (B-20041509)

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EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 02/10/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.4 -0.5 +1.3 +1.9 +8 +13 +13 45% 33% 50% 69% 63% 64% 60% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +10 +6 51% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

BROOKLEY BLUE GALAXY is a mostly black, very correct bull with excellent locomotion. He carries noted lines in his pedigree including Affute Du Ry Ossonge and Serum D’Anloy, as well as the combination of two great females, Bringlee Sandy and Lukeroyal Wee Beauty.


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Class Three

Lot

28

J & J GREEN

OXCROFT GLEN GARIOCH ET

B-20111061 AI ET Black & White Born 03/05/2011 gs. IMPLANT 8315 BEAUFFAUX (X-6512) Sire *EMPIRE D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20061477) gd. BALISE D’OCHAIN (X-6513) gs. RADAR VAN TERBECK (IS) (I-20010002) Dam OXCROFT ADER ET (B-20050735) gd. OXCROFT NYMPH (B-961265)

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Lot

29

J C INNES & SONS

STRATHBOGIE GEORDIE ET

B-20130008 AI ET Born 07/05/2011 gs. BRINGLEE VOLKAWAGON (B-2003143) Sire *NETHER HALL BUSTER ET (B-20061634) gd. KILBOY VICTORIA (I-20050520) gs. DAFYDD D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20040295) Dam STRATHBOGIE DELTA ET (B-20081869) gd. LUKEROYAL TARA (IE) ET (B-20020268)

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BRITISH BLUE CATTLE SOCIETY

AGM & SUPPER

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE INCORPORATING BULL AND FEMALE BREEDING WARRANTIES

Friday 25th January 2013

For use at Public Auction sales held under the auspices of the British Cattle Society 7 for 7.30pm Based on the National Cattle Breeders Association Warranties The----------------------------------------------------------------------Auctioneer, Shepherds Inn, Rosehill, Carlisle IMPORTANT

Guest Speaker: Rory Stewart MP

These Terms and Conditions of Sale (hereinafter referred to as 'Terms') contain provisions by way of exclusion and limitation of liability in favour of the Vendor

For further details and tickets, contact: Claire Pattinson (club secretary) Tel: 01697 748053

1.

DEFINITIONS

1.1

In these Terms: "FERTILE" in respect of a female animal means capable of conceiving by natural


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Class Four

CLASS FOUR Lots 30 - 36 (7 entries) Lot

30

M J LUCAS

LUKEROYAL GRAFFITI ET

B-20111270 AI ET Black & White Born 02/06/2011 UK906285007461 gs. BANCO PIED DE VEAU IS (I-950200) Sire *SERUM D’ANLOY (IS) (I-20001729) gd. ODIEUSE D’ANLOY (X-4804) gs. TWYNING ASH VAUGHAN (B-20031611) Dam LUKEROYAL BLONDIE ET (B-20061594) gd. LUKEROYAL ULSTER LASS ET (B-20020937) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 17/12/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -1.6 -1.1 +2.0 +2.7 +5 +1 +8 46% 33% 50% 74% 69% 65% 64% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +2 +2.1 +0.5 +0.5 0.0 +1 52% 35% 44% 41% 34% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

LUKEROYAL GRAFFITI is a superb young black and white bull, attractively marked with great conformation. Lukeroyal Blondie (dam) is large, all black cow from a line which is easy calving and predominantly black in colour. For images of Lukeroyal stock, visit www.agriimages.co.uk

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M J LUCAS

LUKEROYAL GIDEON ET

B-20111271 AI ET Black & White Born 02/06/2011 UK906285007435 gs. BANCO PIED DE VEAU IS (I-950200) Sire *SERUM D’ANLOY (IS) (I-20001729) gd. ODIEUSE D’ANLOY (X-4804) gs. TWYNING ASH VAUGHAN (B-20031611) Dam LUKEROYAL BLONDIE ET (B-20061594) gd. LUKEROYAL ULSTER LASS ET (B-20020937) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 17/12/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -0.7 -0.7 +1.3 +0.9 +2 0 +8 46% 33% 50% 74% 69% 65% 64% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index +7 +2.8 +0.4 +0.8 -0.1 +5 52% 35% 44% 41% 34% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5

LUKEROYAL GIDEON is a stylish young bull, mostly black with great conformation. Lukeroyal Blondie (dam) is large, all black cow from a line which is easy calving and predominantly black in colour. For images of Lukeroyal stock, visit www.agriimages.co.uk


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Class Four

Lot

32

M J LUCAS

LUKEROYAL GOOGLE ET

B-20111424 AI ET Black Born 02/06/2011 gs. CAJOLEUR DE RETTIGNY (IS) (I-20041013) Sire *BRINGLEE CARLOS (SR) ET (B-20071119) gd. BRINGLEE SANDY ET (B-20001166) gs. TWYNING ASH VAUGHAN (B-20031611) Dam LUKEROYAL DUCHESS ET (B-20081133) gd. LUKEROYAL WONDERFUL ET (B-20041506) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

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INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 17/12/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -1.5 -0.9 +3.3 +18 +20 +31 40% 25% 71% 66% 60% 60% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +0.9 +0.4 -0.1 +0.3 +9 Accuracy 30% 42% 37% 31% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves LUKEROYAL GOOGLE is a terrific all black bull with great growth and conformation. Lukeroyal Duchess (dam) is mostly black and from a cow line which is easy calving, predominantly black in colour and of show standard. For images of Lukeroyal stock, visit www.agriimages.co.uk

Lot

33

A J & D A WILKINSON

SPRINGFIELD GAMMAROOCH

B-20111290 AI Dark Blue Roan Born 10/07/2011 UK181171700154 gs. APACHE DE L’ORGELOT (IS) (I-20031367) Sire HARPON DE L’ORGELOT (IS) (I-20090195) gd. EGLANTINE DE L’ORGELOT (X-6687) gs. FELICIEN DE COURRIAULX (IS) (I-20060030) Dam SPRINGFIELD CARRERA ET (B-20070778) gd. OVATIE VAN DE WOLVENDREE (I-970725) SPRINGFIELD GAMMAROOCH is a dark blue roan bull who is very well grown.

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A J & D A WILKINSON

SPRINGFIELD GUNNAR

B-20111760 AI Black & White Born 03/10/2011 gs. TWYNING ASH NIMROD ET (B-960557) Sire *MOUNTJOY UTOPIA (SR) (B-20020608) gd. PARK POPPED OUT (B-980678) gs. ARTABAN DE ST FONTAINE (IS) (I-990357) Dam SPRINGFIELD APRIL ET (B-20050705) gd. OESJIE VAN DE WOLVENDREE (X-5757)

UK181171500159


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Class Four

S KENNEDY

OVERTON HAMISH ET

B-20120420 AI ET White with a little Black Born 02/01/2012 UK580155700920 gs. BARON DU BOIS BAULOYE IS (I-991269) Sire *BRINGLEE BLACKSTAR ET (B-20060949) gd. BRINGLEE SANDY ET (B-20001166) gs. DAFYDD D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20040295) Dam RIDGE DEAN BONNIE ET (B-20061324) gd. RIDGE DEAN SOULBURY PRINCESS (B-20002162) OVERTON HAMISH was Junior Male Champion, Forfar “Stars of the Future” Calf Show 2012.

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36

B VAN RIE

BELMORE HERCULES ET

B-20121111 AI ET White with a little Black Born 31/03/2012 gs. ECRIN DE ST FONTAINE (IS) (I-20041149) Sire DARTAGNAN DU CASTILLON (IS) (I-20090732) gd. ASPIRINE DU CASTILLON (X-6586) gs. AMER DE BELLE EAU (X-5596) Dam BELMORE EMILY ET (B-20100723) gd. URLINA V’T GOED TER WALLEN (X-6846)

UK956427503081


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Class Five

FEMALES CLASS FIVE SERVED HEIFERS Lots 37 - 38 (2 entries) Lot

37

S KENNEDY

OVERTON FIFI ET

B-20100691 AI ET Black & White Born 02/04/2010 gs. ECRIN DE ST FONTAINE (IS) (I-20041149) Sire DARTAGNAN DU CASTILLON (IS) (I-20090732) gd. ASPIRINE DU CASTILLON (X-6586) gs. GITAN DU PTI’T MAYEUR (IS) (I-20041023) Dam ANNANWATER CHANTEL ET (B-20071037) gd. ANNANWATER VERA ET (B-20031602)

UK580155100781

Service Details Ran from 28/07/11 to 30/08/11 with NETHERDALE ELGIN (B-20091066) OVERTON FIFI was 1st prize winner, Borderway Agri-Expo 2010 and British Blue Champion, Doune & Dunblane Show 2011.

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38

MARTIN BROTHERS

SPRINGHILL FLAKE

B-20110037 AI Black & White Born 28/11/2010 UK933262903367 gs. CUBITUS DU PRE ROSINE (IS) (I-20002285) Sire *GITAN DU PTI’T MAYEUR (IS) (I-20041023) gd. OIE DU VANOVA (X-6065) gs. FELICIEN DE COURRIAULX (IS) (I-20060030) Dam SPRINGHILL DULUX ET (B-20080377) gd. SPRINGHILL WINNIE (B-20041352) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 21/12/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -1.7 -0.9 +0.2 +2.1 +9 +15 +21 43% 31% 55% 60% 54% 55% 55% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +3 Accuracy +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves Service Details AI’d 10/07/10 to HAZELWOOD JAKE (B-920514). PD’d in calf, due 19/04/13. SPRINGFIELD FLAKE was one of the herd’s show team heifers in 2012.


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Class Six

CLASS SIX MAIDEN HEIFERS Lots 39 - 44 (6 entries) Lot

39

MARTIN BROTHERS

SPRINGHILL GLOSSY

B-20110594 AI Black & White Born 01/03/2011 gs. BLAK DU BATY D’EPRAVE (IS) (I-20040421) Sire *GREENFIELD AMAZON (B-20060204) gd. GREENFIELD LADY (B-950066) gs. CAJOLEUR DE RETTIGNY (IS) (I-20041013) Dam SPRINGHILL DAISY (B-20081490) gd. SPRINGHILL WALLFLOWER (B-20041625) EBVs Accuracy Avg.10 Calves

UK933262903404

INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 21/12/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk -1.5 -0.7 +3.1 +15 +24 +40 33% 22% 56% 58% 61% 56% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4

Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +2.0 +0.1 +0.7 0.0 +15 Accuracy 22% 27% 25% 20% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves

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J & E COATES

GREYSTONE GEMMA

B-20110912 Blue Roan Born 12/04/2011 UK125185300234 gs. TARTAS DE REMICHAMPAGNE (I-20030204) Sire GREYSTONE ATOMIC (B-20051275) gd. WREAY NICOLA 2 (B-961419) gs. ADAGIO DU STORDEUR (I-990316) Dam GREYSTONE WELLA (B-20041132) gd. GREYSTONE STAR (B-20002362) GREYSTONE GEMMA is a naturally born, coloured heifer with a very good pedigree.


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Class Six

MARTIN BROTHERS

SPRINGHILL GALAXY

B-20110968 AI White Born 18/05/2011 UK933262903463 gs. DOUDOU DU SARTAY (IS) (I-20050459) Sire QUADRUPLE DE LA ROCHE AU GUE (IS) (I-20081661) gd. MASQUEE DE LA ROCHE AU GUE (X-6665) gs. ARLEQUIN DES PEUPLIERS (IS) (I-20030230) Dam SPRINGHILL AMY (B-20050935) gd. SPRINGHILL TANYA (B-20010172) INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 21/12/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk EBVs -0.8 +0.7 +1.8 +5 +8 +17 Accuracy 29% 50% 68% 61% 60% 56% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4 Avg.10 Calves Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +0.6 +0.1 -0.2 +5 Accuracy 21% 31% 27% +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves SPRINGHILL GEMMA is a good, sharp maiden heifer ready for service in 2013.

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42

J & E COATES

GREYSTONE GEM

B-20111540 Black with a little White Born 02/08/2011 gs. REINBECK RUBIN (B-20001155) Sire *NEWTON BLUES CHICO ET (B-20070969) gd. BRADWALL OLIVIA (B-970983) gs. GREYSTONE ATOMIC (B-20051275) Dam GREYSTONE DIAMOND (B-20080675) gd. GREYSTONE WHISP (B-20040804)

UK125185300248

GREYSTONE GEM is a stylish, naturally born black heifer. Her dam, grand dam and great-grand dam are all still in the herd, breeding well.

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43

B VAN RIE

BELMORE HORTENSE ET

B-20121110 AI ET White Born 01/04/2012 gs. ECRIN DE ST FONTAINE (IS) (I-20041149) Sire DARTAGNAN DU CASTILLON (IS) (I-20090732) gd. ASPIRINE DU CASTILLON (X-6586) gs. AMER DE BELLE EAU (X-5596) Dam BELMORE EMILY ET (B-20100723) gd. URLINA V’T GOED TER WALLEN (X-6846)

UK956427503092

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44

BARBARA VAN RIE

BELMORE HELENA ET

B-20121109 AI ET White Born 01/04/2012 gs. ECRIN DE ST FONTAINE (IS) (I-20041149) Sire DARTAGNAN DU CASTILLON (IS) (I-20090732) gd. ASPIRINE DU CASTILLON (X-6586) gs. AMER DE BELLE EAU (X-5596) Dam BELMORE EMILY ET (B-20100723) gd. URLINA V’T GOED TER WALLEN (X-6846)

UK956427503103


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Recipients With Calf At Foot

RECIPIENTS WITH CALF AT FOOT Lot

45

M J LUCAS

LUKEROYAL HONEYMOON ET

B-20121621 AI ET Black & White Born 03/09/2012 gs. DAFYDD D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20040295) Sire *LUKEROYAL BATTLE AXE ET (B-20061218) gd. CROFT ULARENSIS ET (B-20020917) gs. TWYNING ASH VAUGHAN (B-20031611) Dam LUKEROYAL EVA ET (B-20091209) gd. LUKEROYAL WINNIFRED ET (B-20041623)

UK906285008087

INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 17/12/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk EBVs +1.5 +14 +22 +36 Accuracy 56% 53% 53% 54% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4 Avg.10 Calves Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs +18 +14 Accuracy +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves LUKEROYAL HONEYMOON is a very fancy, mostly black heifer calf with exceptional growth. Lukeroyal Eva (dam) is a black cow from an easy calving line, which is predominantly black in colour. For photos of Lukeroyal stock, visit www.agriimages.co.uk.

RECIPIENT: HEREFORD X

UK910090416724

Born: 13/04/10


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Recipients With Calf At Foot

M J LUCAS

LUKEROYAL HILDA ET

B-20121620 AI ET Black & White Born 04/09/2012 gs. DAFYDD D’OCHAIN (IS) (SR) (I-20040295) Sire *LUKEROYAL BATTLE AXE ET (B-20061218) gd. CROFT ULARENSIS ET (B-20020917) gs. TWYNING ASH VAUGHAN (B-20031611) Dam LUKEROYAL EVA ET (B-20091209) gd. LUKEROYAL WINNIFRED ET (B-20041623)

UK906285008076

INTERIM Summer British Blue GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVS 17/12/12 Calving Calving Gest. 200 400 600 Ease Ease Len. Birth Day Day Wt. Day Wt. Dir (%) Dtrs (%) (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg) (kg) Milk EBVs +0.6 +10 +17 +29 Accuracy 56% 53% 53% 54% -0.6 -0.5 +0.8 +2.1 +11 +17 +26 +4 Avg.10 Calves Carcase Eye Muscle Retail BB BB Pedigree Weight Area Fat Beef IMF Carcase Breeding (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm) Yield % Yield Index Index EBVs 0+15 Accuracy +14 +1.5 +0.2 +0.3 +0.1 +10 +5 Avg.10 Calves

LUKEROYAL HONEYMOON is a very fancy, mostly black heifer calf with exceptional growth. Lukeroyal Eva (dam) is a black cow from an easy calving line, which is predominantly black in colour. For photos of Lukeroyal stock, visit www.agriimages.co.uk.

RECIPIENT: ABERDEEN ANGUS X

UK954053208582 Born: 17/10/09


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BRITISH BLUE CATTLE SOCIETY st Volume 2 – Revised 1 January 2013) TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE INCORPORATING BULL AND FEMALE BREEDING WARRANTIES For use at Public Auction sales held under the auspices of the British Blue Cattle Society Based on the National Cattle Breeders Association Warranties ----------------------------------------------------------------------IMPORTANT These Terms and Conditions of Sale (hereinafter referred to as 'Terms') contain provisions by way of exclusion and limitation of liability in favour of the Vendor 1. 1.1

DEFINITIONS In these Terms: "FERTILE" in respect of a female animal means capable of conceiving by natural service and of carrying a calf for twelve weeks and the words "INFERTILE", "FERTILITY" and "INFERTILITY" shall be construed accordingly. 'INCAPABILITY' in respect of a bull means incapability of getting stock by natural service and the words "CAPABILITY", "CAPABLE" and "INCAPABLE" shall be construed accordingly. "MAIDEN HEIFER" means a heifer, which has never been served, by natural means or artificial insemination. "PURCHASER" means: a) the successful bidder for any animal in the sale, or b) the successful bidder together with such one or more persons with whom the said bidder is in partnership, or engaged in a joint venture, and whose names shall have been notified to the Auctioneers on the day of the sale "SERVICE" without qualification means both service by natural means and service by artificial insemination and the words "SERVE" and "SERVED" without qualification shall be construed accordingly. "SHIPMENT" means the sending or taking of an animal outside the United Kingdom.


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“TERMS” means the standard terms and conditions of sale set out herein and (unless the context otherwise requires) include any special terms and conditions agreed in writing between the Vendor and the Purchaser in accordance with Clause 2.3 hereof. 2. 2.1

2.2

2.3 2.4

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4.2

BASIS OF THE CONTRACT These Terms shall (subject to Clause 2.2 hereof) form the basis of the Contract between the Vendor and the Purchaser and from the said Contract all conditions and warranties implied under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 or any other statutory enactment or implied by law or custom are expressly excluded subject to the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 or any statutory re-enactment or modification thereof. These Terms may not be varied in any way except by an announcement by the Auctioneers before or at the time of the sale and, apart from such announcement, no servant or agent of the vendor has authority to make any representation, waiver or variation of or inconsistent with any of these Terms or to make any collateral contract or other arrangement to which these Terms do not apply. The British Blue Cattle Society does not accept any liability arising out of the use or application or form of these Terms. Only animals owned by a member of the British Blue Cattle Society and entered in the Herd Book of the Society or registers supplementary thereto shall be offered for Sale under these Terms. GENERAL WARRANTIES Each animal offered for sale has been bred by the Vendor unless otherwise stated in the Sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of sale. The Vendor guarantees the identity, correctness of pedigree, history and description of each animal submitted for sale and contained in the Sale Catalogue (including all flushings for embryo transfer, caesarean operations and calvings recorded) save to the extent that any miss-description would be apparent on inspection or unless specifically amended by an announcement by the Auctioneers before or at the time of the sale. BULL BREEDING WARRANTY Subject to the provisions of Clauses 4.2, 4.3, 6, 8 and 11 hereof each bull over the age of ten months at the date of the sale is sold with a warranty by the Vendor that it is capable of getting stock by natural service from twenty months of age which shall be deemed to be fulfilled as soon as six Females or fifty per cent of the herd whichever shall be the lesser number of the animals put to the bull are in calf to the bull by natural service subsequent to the sale. TRIAL PERIOD. The Purchaser shall give the bull sufficient time and opportunity to prove itself capable of getting stock by natural service while applying the standards of good husbandry and management, including the Society‟s “Conditions of Warranty” Bylaw shown below, and subject to Clause 4.3 hereof, in any event within six calendar months of the date of the sale or within six calendar months of attaining the age of twenty months (whichever is the later). 2


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4.3

“Conditions of Warranty” Bylaw 1. The bull is not used within 14 days of the date of purchase. 2. Ensure that the bull is in „Breeding condition‟ before use. 3. When the bull is first used, try it with 1-2 smaller cows first, in a yard on a non-slip surface, so he is introduced to service gradually and safely. Observe him closely to ensure that he is inseminating the cow properly, thus giving the opportunity to identify any possible problems at an early stage, this being very much in the purchaser‟s interest. 4. Once you are satisfied that these cows are not returning then put the bull out with the rest of your cows. 20 to 25 cows is a maximum in the first year. 5. British Blues bulls are warranted fertile from 20 months of age. The Bull is not warranted if it is used prior to this age. 6. It is a fact that „British Blues‟ as a breed, sexually mature, 4-5 months later than some other breed‟s please bear this in mind. Failure to observe the above could invalidate a claim under the Bull Breeding Warranty DEFERMENT OF THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE TRIAL PERIOD. If upon purchase of the bull, it is found impracticable for the Purchaser to try the bull fairly, within the period stated in clause 4.1 above, due to the purchasers normal calving programme, the purchaser shall ON THE DAY OF THE SALE, or within the next seven days, give the auctioneer notice IN WRITING of the month in which it is proposed to commence using the bull. AT THE DISCRETION OF THE VENDOR (in consultation with the auctioneer, if applicable), the vendor may extend the date of commencement of the Trial Period to the first day of the month in which the Purchaser has notified the vendor as in clause 4.2. Acceptance or otherwise of the purchasers written request, shall be conveyed to the purchaser, by the auctioneer, in writing, within seven days of the request being made. NB.The maximum time allowed for extending the trial period is three months from the date of the sale, or the bull attaining 20 months of age, whichever is the later. THE PURCHASER SHOULD NOTE THE TIME LIMIT FOR CLAIMS IN CLAUSE 8.1.2.1 BELOW.

5. 5.1

FEMALE BREEDlNG WARRANTIES Subject to the provisions of Clauses 6, 8 and 11 hereof. MAIDEN HEIFERS Every maiden heifer over the age of twelve months at the date of the sale is sold with warranties by the Vendor. 5.1.1 that it shall be fertile up to the age of 28 months, which warranty shall be deemed to be fulfilled as soon as such animal is certified by a Veterinary Surgeon to be not less than twelve weeks pregnant, PROVIDED ALWAYS that no claim under this warranty shall be admitted before the animal reaches the age of twentyeight months (except in a case where a Veterinary Surgeon certifies that it is suffering from an abnormality or malfunction of the reproductive system which will permanently prevent fertility) and 5.1.2 that it is not in calf. 3


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HEIFERS RECENTLY SERVED Every heifer over the age of twelve months at the date of the sale and described in the Sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale as having been served less than twelve weeks prior to the date of the sale is sold with warranties by the Vendor. 5.2.1 that it shall be fertile up to the age of twenty-eight months, which warranty shall be deemed to be fulfilled as soon as such animal is certified by a Veterinary Surgeon to be not less than twelve weeks pregnant PROVIDED ALWAYS that no claim under this warranty shall be admitted before the animal reaches the age of twenty-eight months (except in a case where a Veterinary Surgeon certifies that it is suffering from an abnormality or malfunction of the reproductive system which will permanently prevent fertility) and 5.2.2

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that if it is in calf, it is in calf to the bull described in the Sale Catalogue or by the auctioneers at the time of the sale PROVIDED ALWAYS that no warranty is given or to be implied that such heifer is in calf at the time of the sale. COWS UNSERVED Every cow, under the age of eight years at the date of the sale and described in the sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale as unserved since last calving is sold with warranties by the Vendor. 5.3.1 that it shall be fertile for a period of twenty-six weeks, from the date of the sale, which warranty shall be deemed to be fulfilled as soon as such animal is certified by a Veterinary Surgeon to be not less than twelve weeks pregnant, and 5.3.2 that it is not in calf. COWS RECENTLY SERVED Every cow, under the age of eight years at the date of the sale and described in the sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale as having been served less than twelve weeks prior to the date of the sale is sold with warranties by the Vendor 5.4.1 that it shall be fertile for a period of twenty-six weeks from the date of the sale, which warranty shall be deemed to be fulfilled as soon as such animal is certified by a Veterinary Surgeon to be not less than twelve weeks pregnant, and 5.4.2 that if it is in calf it is in calf to the bull described in the Sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale PROVIDED ALWAYS that no warranty is given or to be implied that any such cow is in calf at the time of the sale. FEMALES IN CALF Every cow or heifer stated in the Sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale to have been served on a date (“the service date�) not less than twelve weeks before the date of the sale is sold with warranties by the Vendor 5.5.1 that it is in calf, and 5.5.2 that it is in calf to the bull described in the Sale Catalogue, or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale, and 5.5.3 that the expected calving date will be within a period of 279 to 307 4


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days of the service date. FEMALES "RUNNING WITH BULLâ€? Every cow or heifer described in the Sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale as "running with the bull" up to a date not later than twelve weeks before the sale is sold with warranties by the Vendor 5.6.1 that it is in calf, and 5.6.2 that it is in calf to the bull described in the Sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale, and 5.6.3 that it is in calf to a service date at any time between the dates stated in the Sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale and that the latest expected calving date will be within a period of 279 to 307 days of the last possible service date. FEMALES WITH VETERINARY SURGEON'S CERTIFICATE OF POSITIVE PREGNANCY DIAGNOSIS N.B. Scanning is not accepted as proof of pregnancy diagnosis less than 12 weeks. Every cow or heifer stated in the Sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale to be sold with a veterinary surgeonâ€&#x;s certificate of positive pregnancy diagnosis is sold with warranties by the Vendor. 5.7.1 that it is in calf, and 5.7.2 that it is in calf to the bull described in the Sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale and 5.7.3 that the expected calving date will be within a period of 279 to 307 days of the service date stated in such Certificate notwithstanding that the said cow or heifer would not otherwise be sold with the benefit of the above warranties. THE PURCHASER SHOULD NOTE THE TIME LIMIT FOR CLAIMS IN CLAUSE 8.1.2 BELOW

6. 6.1

LIMITATIONS ON THE APPLICATION OF WARRANTIES None of the warranties in Clauses 4 and 5 above shall apply 6.1.1 to any cow or heifer which has been subjected after birth or is subjected after the sale to any process involving the technique of embryo transfer, unless that animal's subsequent natural breeding record (as declared in the Sale Catalogue) indicates not less than one natural calving since the said embryo transfer, unless specifically warranted by the vendor. 6.1.2 to any cow or heifer, which has undergone a caesarean operation (as declared in the Sale Catalogue) unless that animal's subsequent natural breeding record (as declared in the Sale Catalogue) indicates not less than one natural non-surgical calving since the said operation 6.1.3 to any cow or heifer which is declared by the Vendor to be a twin to a bull, unless before the sale pregnancy has been certified in writing by a Veterinary Surgeon following rectal examination or the animal has produced a full term calf 6.1.4 to any animal, which has not been maintained by the Purchaser at all, times since purchase in a normal breeding condition, in accordance with the rules and practice of good animal husbandry 5


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and management to any animal purchased for export outside the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland unless a claim shall have been notified within the time limits imposed by Clause 8.1.2 hereof and proved correct (after all examinations and procedures deemed necessary by the Veterinary Surgeon appointed under these Terms has been carried out) before the date on which shipment of the animal takes place. 6.1.6 to any animal, which has been rejected at the date of the sale by the British Blue Cattle Society, Society Inspector or Inspectors, appointed for the purpose of that sale 6.1.7 to any Bull that is used prior to twenty months of age. 6.1.8 to any animal which after the sale has contracted an illness or suffered an injury which may affect its fertility or capability as the case may be after the sale 6.1.9 to any animal, which does not remain the property of the Purchaser unless it was purchased by means of a hire purchase agreement and the title to, but not the right to possession of the animal has therefore been transferred to a finance or other hire purchase company 6.1.10 to any animal, which does not survive until the completion of all examinations and procedures, deemed necessary by the Veterinary Surgeons appointed under Clauses 8, 9 and 10 hereof. No warranty is given or to be implied that a cow or heifer will carry full term or deliver a live or viable calf. 6.1.5

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8. 8.1

UDDER AND CLEANSING WARRANTIES Unless otherwise stated by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale. every cow in calf or in milk, and every heifer in milk at the time of the sale, is sold with a Warranty that it is sound in the udder and teats at the time of the Sale PROVIDED ALWAYS that any claim under this warranty shall be made to the Auctioneers not later than one hour from the close of the sale and if the Auctioneers in their absolute discretion (having taken such veterinary advice as may be appropriate) decide that the udder is not sound in all respects, the sale of such animal shall be cancelled, and every freshly calved cow or heifer is sold with a warranty by the Vendor that it has satisfactorily cleansed before the sale PROVIDED ALWAYS that: 7.2.1 any claim under this warranty shall be made, accompanied by a Veterinary Surgeon's Certificate, to the Auctioneers not later than three days from the date of the sale, and 7.2.2 without prejudice to the rights of the Purchaser set out in Clause 11 hereof, the Purchaser shall have the right to arrange such veterinary treatment to the animal (the cost of which shall be borne by the Vendor) as may rectify the animal's condition. CLAIMS AND TIME LIMITS A claim by a Purchaser under any of the above warranties shall not be valid unless: 8.1.1 the animal remains the property of the Purchaser except where it was purchased by means of a hire purchase agreement and the 6


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title to but not the right to possession of the animal has therefore been transferred to a finance or other hire purchase company the Purchaser shall have given notice in writing to the Auctioneers of the intended claim as soon as evidence supporting the claim comes to the Purchaser's notice and in any event within the following time limits: Under Clause 4 in the case of a bull: within six calendar months: (a) from the date of the sale; or (b) from the date when the bull attains the age of twenty months; or (c) from the date of the commencement of the trial period stated in Clause 4.3 above whichever is the later date Under Clause 5.1.1 and 5.2.1 in the case of a maiden heifer or a heifer recently served: (a) within three calendar months from the date of the sale; or (b) within one calendar month from the date when the heifer attains the age of twenty eight months whichever is the later date Under Clause 5.1.2 and 5.3.2 In the case of a maiden heifer or a cow, which was sold as unserved, and which subsequently proves to be in calf: within twenty-six weeks from the date of the sale. Under Clause 5.3.1 In the case of a cow sold as unserved since last calving and which proves infertile: within twenty-six weeks from the date of the sale. Under Clause 5.4.1 In the case of a cow sold as recently served and which proves infertile: within twenty-six weeks from the date of the sale. Under Clauses 5.2.2 and 5.4.2 In the case of a cow or heifer which, although not warranted to be in calf, produces a calf to a bull other than that stated to be the service sire: within fourteen days from the calving date. Under Clauses 5.5.1. 5.6.1 and 5.7.1 In the case of a cow or heifer sold as being in calf or sold as running with the bull, and which proves not to be in calf: within twenty-eight days from the date of the sale. Under Clauses 5.5.2. 5.6.2 and 5.7.2 In the case of a cow or heifer which, having been warranted to be in calf, produces a calf to a bull other than that stated as the service sire in the sale Catalogue or by the Auctioneers at the time of the sale as the case may be: within fourteen days from the calving date. Under Clauses 5.5.3. 5.6.3 and 5.7.3 In the case of a cow or heifer which, although in calf, does not calve to the stated service date: within fourteen days from the expected calving date. Under Clause 7.1 In the case of a cow or heifer whose udder is not sound: within one hour from the close of the sale. 7


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Where notice of an intended claim is given to the Auctioneers in accordance with sub-clause 8.1.2 the Auctioneers shall immediately inform the Vendor and the British Blue Cattle Society and forward to the Vendor a copy of the relevant Report Form if applicable.

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EXAMINATION OF ANIMALS Upon receipt by the Auctioneers in accordance with sub-clause 8.1.2 of any notice of claim under any of the above warranties the Purchaser shall permit a Veterinary Surgeon appointed by the Vendor to examine the animal should the Vendor desire such examination

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DISPUTES Any dispute as to the condition, fertility or capability of an animal under the warranties contained in these Terms shall be determined by a Veterinary Surgeon appointed by agreement between the Purchaser and the Vendor or in default of such agreement by the Auctioneers. The Veterinary Surgeon shall have the power to make such directions including (but without prejudice to the generality of such directions)directions under sub-clause 10.3 below and to make such investigations as he thinks fit and the Purchaser and the Vendor shall comply with such directions and shall co-operate in such investigations and shall provide such records and information to the Veterinary Surgeon as he may require If the Veterinary Surgeon so appointed decides that further opportunities are required to prove whether or not a bull is capable of getting stock by natural service or, as the case may be, whether or not a cow or heifer is fertile, he shall direct under what conditions and within what timescale such opportunities shall be afforded, and the Purchaser shall, if so directed by the Veterinary Surgeon, allow the Vendor to remove the animal from the Purchaser's premises and the Vendor shall, if so required by the Veterinary Surgeon, afford such opportunities as the Veterinary Surgeon may direct and shall, before removal of the animal, lodge with the Auctioneers the whole amount of the purchase money (or such part of it as the Purchaser has paid) of the animal, interest thereon to accrue for the benefit of the Vendor pending the outcome of the dispute. The Veterinary Surgeonâ€&#x;s decision as to the condition, fertility or capability as the case may be of the animal shall be final and binding upon the Vendor and the Purchaser, PROVIDED ALWAYS that the Veterinary Surgeon may decide in favour of the Vendor if in his opinion the cow or heifer would have proved fertile or the bull would have proved capable of getting stock by natural service within the terms and period allowed by the relevant warranty if within that period the appropriate opportunity or veterinary treatment had been given or proper management or principles of good husbandry had been applied. If the Veterinary Surgeon decides in favour of the Vendor, then the Purchaser, or if he decides in favour of the Purchaser, the Vendor shall pay or reimburse all veterinary and laboratory fees and any reasonable transport costs incurred by both parties in the course of the dispute.

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LIMITATION OF RIGHTS ON BREACH OF WARRANTY Upon breach of any warranty contained in these Terms the Purchaser shall have the right to return the animal, together with any calf sold at foot or born subsequent to the sale, and recover from the Vendor: 11.1.1 the purchase money or such part of it as the Purchaser has paid; 11.1.2 interest thereon calculated on a daily basis at two percent above the Base Lending Rate from time to time in force at Lloyds Bank Plc from the date upon which notice of the claim was received by the Auctioneers to the date of return or the date of disposal of the animal as the case may be; 11.1.3 the expense of transporting any such animal to and from the Purchaser's premises: 11.1.4 the reasonable cost of any such animal's keep from the date on which notice of the claim was received by the Auctioneers to the date of return to the Vendor's premises or the date of disposal of the animal as the case may be, not exceeding the slaughter carcass value of the animal at the date of return, which sum shall be assessed by the Auctioneers, whose assessment shall be final and binding upon the Vendor and the Purchaser; 11.1.5 the reasonable expenses (including laboratory fees) of any Veterinary Surgeon employed for the purposes of investigating the animal's condition, fertility or capability as the case may be and for making a claim under these Terms BUT THE PURCHASER SHALL HAVE NO RIGHT TO CLAIM DAMAGES FROM THE VENDOR IN RESPECT OF: (i) ANY INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS SUCH AS (BUT NOT LIMITED TO) LOSS OF PROFITS, OR (ii) ANY OTHER LOSS WHATSOEVER.

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TIME LIMITS Time shall be of the essence of all Terms in which time limits are prescribed and a claim made under any warranty herein will not be admitted unless made within the prescribed time limit provided that where time limited for any person to do anything expires on a Sunday, Bank Holiday or Public Holiday or on a day following next after any such days then such Sunday, Bank Holiday or Public Holiday shall be excluded from the computation of the time. In the computation of any period of time before or after the sale or any other event, the day of the sale or other event, as the case may be, shall be excluded. All periods expressed, as a number of days shall be taken to refer to that number of clear days, and similarly for any period of time.

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ARBITRATION Any disputes, other than those determined by the Veterinary Surgeon in accordance with Clause 10 hereof, between Vendor and Purchaser shall be referred in accordance with the provisions of the Arbitration Act 1996 and all statutory modifications thereof for the time being in force to a single arbitrator to be appointed by agreement between Vendor and Purchaser or in default of agreement by the President or a Vice President (or the President's delegate) for the time being of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. The party calling for Arbitration shall lodge with the Society the estimated fee to cover the total cost of Arbitration, as determined by the Society, before the Arbitration commences; the losing party bearing the full cost on completion of the process. NOTICES Any notice required to be served on any person shall be deemed to have been duly served if left at or sent by prepaid first-class post to that person at his last known abode or principal place of business and shall if sent by post to that person at his last known abode or principal place of business be deemed to have been received on the fourth day after the date on which it was sent. GENERAL If any provision of these Terms is held by any competent Authority or Court to be invalid or unenforceable in whole or in part the validity of the other provisions of these Terms and the remainder of the provision in question shall not be affected thereby. The headings in these Terms are for convenience only and shall not affect their interpretation. The validity, construction and performance of these Terms shall be governed by the Laws of England.

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Alphabetical Bull Index (All bulls marked * in the pedigrees are included in the reference) BLAK DU BATY D’EPRAVE is by Baron du Bois Bauloye and out of Manie 6956 Baty Eprave. His sons include Brookfield Admiral who sold for 5,800gns & Carrock Apollo ET who sold for 4,000gns Carlisle May 2007; Wreay Amber who sold for 4,500gns Carlisle Autumn 2007; Westside Bob (Junior Male, Overall Male & Supreme Champion) who sold for4 6,500gns Carlisle May 2008; Ross Caprice ET who sold for 8,000gns Carlisle May 2010; Crackley Bank Dan (reserve male champion) who sold fro 4,200gns Carlisle October 2010. Recipients with calves at foot include Annanwater Wispa ET (Heifer) who sold for 4,400gns Carlisle May 2005. His daughters include Woodview Arabella who sold for 2,000gns at the 2nd Production Sale from the Woodview Herd Carlisle June 2006; Lukeroyal Angelica ET who sold for 2,400gns Carlisle September 2006; Royal Deeside Abigail who sold for 4,000gns Carlisle May 2007; Faughanvale Cindy ET who sold for 3,200gns Lockerbie October 2008; Springfield Darcy ET who won female and overall supreme championship Border Club’s Calf Show February 2009. BLUEGRASS CYCLONE is by Bringlee Waldo and out of Ridge Dean Another Bluey. Progeny include Kelowna Ferdinand who was reserve male champion at the Border Club’s annual calf show February 2011 and sold for 6,000gns Carlisle October 2011. High Farm Gem ET sold for 2,100gns Carlisle October 2011. BLUE STONE UNION JACK is by Baron Du Bois Bauloye IS and out of Blue Stone Madona. He was reserve senior male champion who sold for 6,500gns Carlisle May 2004. His sons include Pendle Australia who sold for 6,000gns Carlisle September 2006; Pendle Bonanza who was reserve male champion at the Border Belgian Blue Club’s Eighth Annual Calf Show Carlisle February 2007; Pendle Aaron ET who sold for 5,000gns & Pendle Allblack who sold for 4,500gns Carlisle May 2007; Pendle Bruce who sold for 7,500gns Carlisle May 2008; Pendle Bruce who sold for 7,000gns Carlisle May 2009; Pendle DJ who sold for 6,000gns Carlisle May 2010. His daughters include Pendle Alice Springer who was female and reserve supreme champion at the Border Belgian Blue Club’s Seventh Annual Calf Show Carlisle February 2006; Pendle Boo La La ET who sold for 3,900gns Carlisle May 2007 Pendle Dazzle who was reserve female champion at the Border Club’s Calf Show February 2009; Pendle Dazzle and Pendle Dotty who won reserve progeny group Border Club’s Calf Show February 2009; Pendle Dazzle who sold for 6,500gns Carlisle May 2009. BRINGLEE BLACKSTAR ET is by Baron Du Bois Bauloye IS and out of Bringlee Sandy ET. His sons include Hartley Excalibur who won the Bellas Trophy for the best animal opposite sex to the champion Border Club Calf Show Agri-Expo October 2009; Solway View Emirates ET who was male champion Border Club Calf Show February 2010; Tweeddale Energiser ET who sold for 5,500gns Carlisle October 2010. His daughters include Bringlee Electra ET who sold for 6,500gns, Bringlee Eleanor ET who sold for 5,000gns & Bringlee Elvina ET who sold for 3,500gns Bringlee Sale Carlisle February 2010; Sharplaw Fifi ET who sold for 2,000gns Carlisle October 2011; Low Longthwaite Glamorous who was reserve female & reserve overall champion Border Club Calf Show February 2012. Recipients with calves at foot include Boomer Fendi ET (Heifer) who sold for 5,000gns Carlisle May 2011. BRINGLEE CARLOS (SR) ET is by Cajoleur Du Rettigny and out of Bringlee Sandy. Progeny includes Cromwell Gia Overall Champion at the Border Club Calf Show Agri Expo 2011. BRINGLEE VOLKAWAGON (SR) is by Baron Du Bois Bauloye and out of Bringlee Sandy. His sons include Kelowna Charnock who was reserve male champion at the Border Club’s Ninth Annual Open Calf Show Carlisle February 2008 and sold for 9,000gns Carlisle May 2008. Nether Hall Buster ET (Intermediate Male, Reserve Overall Male & Reserve Supreme) who sold for 17,000gns & Nether Hall Costa who sold for 6,500gns Carlisle May 2008; Dragon Blues Champ (intermediate male champion) who sold for 11,000gns & Nether Hall Duke ET who sold for 7,000gns Carlisle May 2009; Brennand Ernie who sold for 6,800gns Carlisle May 2011. His daughters include Nether Hall Brandy who sold for 9,000gns & Nether Hall Clever Girl ET who sold for 8,500gns Carlisle May 2008; Nether Hall Emily who sold for 4,000gns Carlisle May 2011. BRINGLEE WALDO is by Balto De Steinbach (IS) and out of Bringlee Sandy. His sons include Crackley Bank Cosmo ET who sold for 5,500gns Bringlee Sale Carlisle January 2009; Brookfield Duke who sold for 4,500gns Carlisle September 2009. His daughters include Bringlee Crispy who sold for 9,000gns Bringlee Sale Carlisle January 2009; Tanat Friendly ET who was the reserve female champion at the Border Club’s Annual Calf Show February 2011. Recipients with ET calves at foot include Bringlee Darcy ET (bull) who sold for 6,000gns, Bringlee Danielle ET (heifer) who sold for 3,200gns & Bringlee Dulrika ET (heifer) who sold for 3,000gns Bringlee Sale Carlisle January 2009; Boomer Destiny ET who sold for 6,200gns & Bringlee Eyeliner ET (heifer) who sold for 3,400gns Bringlee Sale Carlisle February 2010; Tanat Friendly ET who sold for 3,500gns Carlisle May 2011. COLOS VAN DAISEL (IS) His daughters include Tweeddale Emise ET who was best opposite sex to the champion at the Border Club Calf Show Agri Expo 2010; Hawksbridge Fantasia who sold for 4,100gns Carlisle May 2011. DAFYDD D’OCHAIN (SR) is by Gigolo D’Ochain and out of Adoree D’Ochain. He is a Black and white bull introduced to the Norbreck Genetics Stud spring 2004 with a fantastic outcross pedigree - easy to use on most bloodlines. Very fertile semen – ideal for use in embryo transfer programmes. Great legs & feet combined with sound locomotion. He is a Heavily muscled bull with lots of style; Sire – Gigolo weighed 1,300kg and had a linear score of 88; Dam – Adoree, linear score of 88.4 and 90 for height; Dafydd Linear score = 88.9 - Height improver (+6). At the North West Club Calf Show held at the Chelford Agricultural Centre by kind permission of Frank R Marshall & Co on Monday 6th February 2006 top honours went to the Springfield herd of Allan and Deirdre Wilkinson when their 13 month old bull Springfield Asher took both the Male and Supreme Championships, and their 13 month old heifer Springfield Anastasia took the Female Champion and Reserve Supreme tickets. Asher and Anastasia were both sired by Dafydd D’Ochain. His sons include Oak Tree Acceptabull ET who sold for 5,000gns Carlisle May 2006; Tamhorn Amazon ET who sold for 5,000gns & Tamhorn


57 Ambassador ET who sold for 4,800gns Carlisle September 2006; Ballee Ace ET who sold for 11,000gns, Springfield Amos ET who sold for 8,500gns, Navac Apache ET who sold for 7,500gns, Valley Adagio ET who sold for 6,500gns, Cwm Achilles who sold for 6,000gns, Ridge Dean Buzzard ET who sold for 5,500gns, Bluegrass Apache ET who sold for 5,000gns & Springfield Ambrose who sold for 4,200gns Carlisle May 2007; Ridge Dean Bronson ET who sold for 5,800gns Carlisle Autumn 2007; Stockmerle Boy Named Sue who sold for 9,000gns, Lukeroyal Battle Axe ET who sold for 9,000gns, Pendle Bulldozer ET who sold for 8,500gns (Reserve Intermediate Male Champion) & Littlebank Bart ET who sold for 8,200gns Carlisle May 2008; Lakeview Barrichello who sold for 6,000gns Lockerbie October 2008; Springfield Dusty ET who won reserve male championship Border Club’s Calf Show February 2009; Harestone Daredevil who sold for 5,500gns & Lukeroyal Clown ET who sold for 4,000gns Carlisle September 2009; Dragon Blues David ET who sold for 11,000gns, Stonebyres Duke who sold for 9,500gns, Ridge Dean Duo ET who sold for 9,000gns, Ballee Dolomite ET who sold for 7,000gns & Ballee Dombinator ET who sold for 6,000gns Carlisle May 2010; Harestone Drambuie ET who sold for 4,300gns Carlisle October 2010; Faughanvale Ernie ET (intermediate male, overall male & supreme champion) who sold for 14,000gns, Dragon Blues Dorian ET who sold for 12,000gns, Littlebank Elliot ET who sold for 12,000gns & Droit Esquire ET who sold for 9,000gns, Droit Elite ET who sold for 6,000gns & Nether Hall Extra Special ET who sold for 6,000gns Carlisle May 2011. His daughters include Tamhorn Anastasia who sold for 8,700gns; Stalmine Moss Agatha ET who sold for 3,000gns Carlisle May 2006; Woodview Aleaha ET who sold for 5,200gns, Woodview Angelina ET who sold for 2,600gns & Woodview Appeal ET who sold for 2,200gns at the 2nd Production Sale from the Woodview Herd Carlisle June 2006; Midas Alice ET (reserve female champion) who sold for 4,200gns Carlisle September 2006; Bluegrass Belle ET who sold for 4,500gns, Ridge Dean Bubbles ET who sold for 4,000gns & Carrock Amy ET who sold for 3,300gns Carlisle May 2007; Nether Hall Betty Boo ET (female champion) who sold for 7,000gns Carlisle May 2008; Croftends Bonnie ET who sold for 5,200gns & Maidenlands Bauble ET who sold for 3,800gns Carlisle October 2008; Broadlands Coral ET who sold for 7,000gns & Croftends Candy ET (female & supreme champion) who sold for 6,000gns Carlisle May 2009; Droit Davina ET who sold for 9,500gns Carlisle May 2010. Recipients with calves at foot include Woodview Bambi ET (Heifer) who sold for 6,500gns, Woodview Belinda ET (Heifer) who sold for 4,500gns, Woodview Babe ET (Heifer) who sold for 3,500gns, Woodview Beauty ET (Heifer) who sold for 3,100gns, Woodview Brilliant ET (Heifer) who sold for 2,600gns, Woodview Adore ET (Heifer) who sold for 2,100gns at the 2nd Production Sale from the Woodview Herd Carlisle June 2006. Royalty on pedigree calves £20 + VAT EMPIRE D’OCHAIN (SR) (IS). Empire weighs 1500kgs and is well known for high growth rates and size. His sons include Parsonage Drew who won the Progeny Group with Solway View Drambuie ET (heifer) Border Club’s Calf Show February 2009. Tamhorn Crackerjack ET (reserve intermediate male champion) who sold for 16,000gns, Greystone Cannon who sold for 11,000gns & Brookfield Columbus ET who sold for 10,000gns Carlisle May 2009; Ballyhossett Duke (male & supreme champion) who sold for 10,500gns & Ridge Dean Dynamite ET who sold for 7,000gns Carlisle September 2009; Sharplaw Engineer ET who was reserve male champion Border Club Calf Show February 2010; Ridge Dean Dynamo ET (male & supreme champion) who sold for 9,000gns, Ridge Dean Delta ET who sold for 9,000gns, Woodview D Best ET who sold for 7,800gns, Woodview Dave ET who sold for 6,200gns & Ridge Dean Dumbledore ET who sold for 5,500gns Carlisle February 2010; Arcanna Dynamite ET who sold for 7,500gns Carlisle May 2010; Harestone Excalibre ET who sold for 6,900gns, Black N Blue Emperor ET (male and supreme champion) who sold for 5,400gns & Droit Dexter ET who sold for 4,400gns Carlisle October 2010; Norbreck Fergus who was overall champion Border Club Calf Show Agri-Expo 2010; Lyonpark Fortitude ET was the male and overall champion at the Border Club’s Annual Calf Show February 2011; Belmore Emperor ET who sold for 7,000gns Carlisle May 2011; Tamhorn Ferdinand ET who sold for 6,000gns Carlisle October 2011; Tanat Guardsman ET who was male champion Border Club Calf Show February 2012. His daughters include Croftends Emma ET who was overall champion Border Club Calf Show Agri-Expo October 2009 & female and overall champion Border Club Calf Show February 2010; Low Longthwaite Diamond ET who sold for 3,000gns Carlisle October 2010; Graymar Fantasy ET who sold for 5,500gns, High Moss Darth Vadar ET who sold for 3,700gns & Penpeugh Elite who sold for 3,500gns Carlisle May 2011; Croftends Georgia ET who was female & overall champion Border Club Calf Show February 2012. ETERNEL DE DIEU SEUL (IS) is by Radar Van Terbeck (IS) and out of Eden De St Fontaine. His sons include New Close Dominator ET who sold for 6,000gns Carlisle May 2010. His daughters include Bringlee Dahlia ET who sold for 7,000gns Bringlee Sale Carlisle January 2009. GITAN DU P’TIT MAYEUR is by Cubitus Du Pre Rosine. He is quite a new bull, but his sire Cubitus needs no introduction. Gitan is a very well muscled blue and white bull. He is +10 for height. His sons include Annanwater Brock ET who was male champion calf at the Border Belgian Blue Club’s Eighth Annual Calf Show Carlisle February 2007; Bridgend Blues Alexander ET who sold for 6,800gns Carlisle May 2007; Betws Byron who sold for 9,500gns & Oak Tree Battleship ET who sold for 6,500gns Carlisle May 2008; Gregmaur Bunnamohaun (Male & Supreme Champion) who sold for 6,000gns Carlisle October 2008; Headlind Bobo who sold for 8,000gns & Strathearn Carvalho ET who sold for 8,000gns Carlisle May 2009; Franks Double Irish ET who sold for 4,400gns Carlisle September 2009; Oak Tree Cracker ET who sold for 5,500gns & Solway View Danny ET who sold for 4,000gns Carlisle February 2010; Gass Cheggers (reserve senior male champion) who sold for 16,000gns, Droit Denver ET who sold for 11,000gns, Bringlee Derry ET who sold for 10,000gns, Moorsley Edge ET who sold for 8,800gns, Solway View Dexy ET who sold for 7,000gns & Littlebank David ET who sold for 6,500gns Carlisle May 2010; Keasden Head David ET who sold for 6,000gns Carlisle May 2011; Droit Ebenezer ET who sold for 8,000gns & Solway View Extreme ET who sold for 7,000gns (Male and Supreme Champion & winner of the “Macmin Cup” for the top price animal owned by a member of the Border club) Carlisle October 2011. His daughters include Annanwater Bina ET who was female and supreme champion calf at the Border Belgian Blue Club’s Eighth Annual Calf Show Carlisle February 2007; Annanwater Abbie ET who sold for 3,500gns Carlisle May 2007; Lakeview Cracker ET (Female Champion) who sold for 5,000gns & Lakeview Classic ET who sold for 5,000gns Lockerbie October 2008; Maidenlands Crystal who sold for 6,400gns Carlisle October 2008; Franks Daffodil Dream ET (reserve female champion) who sold for 3,500gns & Franks Double Take ET who sold for 3,200gns Carlisle September 2009; Lyonpark Evelien ET who was reserve overall champion Border Club Calf Show Agri-Expo October 2009 & & reserve female and reserve overall champion Border Club Calf Show February 2010; Lyonpark Evelien ET (reserve female champion) who sold for 5,000gns Carlisle October 2010. Recipients with calves at foot include Annanwater Abbie ET (Heifer) who sold for 4,500gns May 2006.


58 GREENFIELD AMAZON is by Blak du Baty D’Eprave and out of Greenfield Lady. He is an all black bull who won Junior Champion and Reserve Supreme Champion Royal Ulster Show 2007 and Balmoral Show 2007. LUKEROYAL BATTLE AXE is by Daffyd D’Ochain out of Croft Ulanrensis a daughter of the famous Ovatie Van de Wolvendree. He was purchased for 9,000gns Carlisle May 2008. Progeny includes Lukeroyal Gladiator 8,000gns and Lukeroyal Faberge 2,500gns Carlisle October 2011. MOUNTJOY UTOPIA is by Twyning Ash Nimrod and out of Park Popped Out. He is a producer of well fleshed easily born calves. His sons include Kersey Captain who sold for 3,600gns Carlisle October 2008; Auchenlay Coll (junior and reserve overall male champion) who sold for 13,500gns & Auchenlay Celt ET who sold for 11,200gns Carlisle May 2009; New Close Daz ET who sold for 5,100gns Carlisle October 2010; Auchenlay Eriskay ET who sold for 8,400gns Carlisle May 2011. Recipients with ET calves at foot include Bringlee Dauphine ET (heifer) who sold for 3,000gns Bringlee Sale Carlisle January 2009 NEWTON BLUES CHICO is by Reinbeck Rubin out of the Lawns Dominic daughter; Bradwell Olivia. He was purchased for 11,000gns Carlisle, May 2009. NETHER HALL BUSTER ET is by Bringlee Volkawagon ET and out of Kilboy Victoria. Nether Hall Buster ET was Intermediate Male, Reserve Overall Male & Reserve Supreme & who sold for 17,000gns Carlisle May 2008. His sons include Strathbogie Ellington ET who sold for 6,800gns Carlisle May 2011. SERUM D’ANLOY (IS) is by Banco Pied De Veau and out of Odieuse D’Anloy. His sons include Woodview Upper ET (intermediate male champion) who sold for 4,500gns Carlisle May 2004; Lukeroyal Vicar ET who sold for 5,500gns Carlisle Sept’04; Annanwater Antonio ET who was male & supreme champion and Annanwater Arnoldo ET who was reserve male champion at the Border Belgian Blue Club’s Seventh Annual Calf Show Carlisle February 2006; Wilodge Whatshisname ET who sold for 5,000gns & Knockagh Wizz Kid ET who sold for 4,200gns Carlisle May 2006; Annanwater Antonio ET who sold for 4,200gns & Annanwater Arnoldo ET who sold for 3,500gns Carlisle September 2006; Solway View Antonio ET (reserve intermediate male & reserve overall male champion) who sold for 8,000gns, Paulern Albert ET who sold for 4,400gns Carlisle May 2007; Pendle Catterpillar ET who was male & supreme champion at the Border Club’s Ninth Annual Open Calf Show Carlisle February 2008; Paulern Chapman ET who sold for 10,000gns Carlisle May 2009. His daughters include Lukeroyal Wee Beauty ET (female and reserve supreme champion) who sold for 2,900gns Carlisle September 2005; Annanwater Aqua ET who was reserve female champion at the Border Belgian Blue Club’s Seventh Annual Calf Show Carlisle February 2006; Woodview Viv ET with her heifer calf at foot Woodview Brooke who sold for 3,600gns & Woodview Valerie with her heifer calf at foot Woodview Buttercup who sold for 2,900gns at the 2nd Production Sale from the Woodview Herd Carlisle June 2006; Annanwater Becka ET who was reserve female & reserve overall champion at the Border Belgian Blue Club’s Eighth Annual Calf Show Carlisle February 2007; Annanwater Aqua ET who sold for 7,000gns Carlisle May 2007. TAMHORN SUMO (SR) ET is by Affute De Ry Ossogne (IS) and out of Leverhulme Nimbus ET. This all white bull was male champion RASE 2003 and is in the top 1% of breed for Beef Value (BB35). His sons include Tamhorn Unity ET who sold for 5,000gns Carlisle May 2004; Tamhorn Ulysses who sold for 7,000gns Carlisle Sept’04; Stowbeck Wilson who sold for 6,500gns Carlisle May 2006; Paulern Verdi ET who sold for 4,000gns Carlisle September 2006; Tamhorn Count ET who sold for 7,000gns Carlisle May 2009; Tamhorn Flanker ET who sold for 10,000gns Carlisle May 2011; Norton Eddy ET (reserve male & reserve supreme champion) who sold for 4,800gns Carlisle October 2011. Recipients with calves at foot include Woodview Abbey ET (Heifer) who sold for 2,800gns at the 2nd Production Sale from the Woodview Herd Carlisle June 2006. His daughters include Strathearn Cinderella ET (female and reserve supreme champion) who sold for 4,000gns Carlisle February 2010; Droit Deon ET (reserve overall female champion) who sold for 5,800gns Carlisle May 2010. VISCONTI DE ST FONTAINE (IS) is by Ingenieur des Forts and out of Nervure de st Fontaine. His sons include Tamhorn Percy ET who sold for 3,000gns Carlisle Sept,99; Almeley Pickles ET DANISH who sold for 7,000gns, Ridge Dean Rainer ET who sold for 6,500gns, Almeley Penguin ET DANISH who sold for 6,200gns, Almeley Pepperpot ET DANISH who sold for 5,100gns, Ridge Dean Regent ET who sold for 4,800gns, Carrock Patron ET (male champion at the Border Clubs 2nd annual calf show Carlisle Feb’00) who sold for 4,600gns; Almeley Perfect ET DANISH who sold for 4,200gns and Ridge Dean Redford ET who sold for 3,800gns Carlisle May’00; Almeley Supersonic ET who sold for 3,100gns Carlisle May 2002; Ridge Dean Toby who sold for 3,300gns, Lukeroyal Turbo Man ET who sold for 3,000gns, Brookfield Thames ET who sold for 3,000gns Carlisle October 2002; Ridge Dean Thomas who sold for 6,000gns, Lochside Tarzan who sold for 5,500gns, Ridge Dean Target ET who sold for 4,800gns, Springfield Toby ET who sold for 3,800gns and Lone Tree Tsunami who sold for 3,000gns Carlisle May 2003; Annanwater Upstart ET who sold for 6,000gns, Boothlow Turbo ET who sold for 4,000gns, Hawksbridge Ulysses who sold for 4,000gns, Tamhorn Visconti who sold for 3,700gns, Widewath Vagabond ET who sold for 3,100gns and Annanwater Utah ET who sold for 3,000gns Carlisle May 2004; Crackerjack Vanguard who sold for 4,800gns and Dan Morland Vinny who sold for 3,000gns Carlisle May 2005; Widewath Vagabond ET who sold for 6,500gns & Lochside Winston who sold for 4,500gns Carlisle May 2006; Piggots Artful Dodger (Reserve Male & Reserve Supreme Champion) who sold for 4,000gns Carlisle October 2008; Ridge Dean Davie ET who sold for 7,000gns Carlisle May 2010. His daughters include Ridge Dean Prudence ET who sold for 2,300gns Carlisle Sept’99; Tamhorn Senorita who sold for 2,000gns Triple Blue Breeder’s Sale Carlisle 2000; Chancellors Rodeo who was reserve supreme champion Royal Bath & West 2000; Carrock Pandora who was supreme champion Dalston show 2000; Paulern Stream ET who sold for 2,400gns, Paulern Sutton ET who sold for 2,200gns & Almeley Ruby Danish who sold for 2,100gns Carlisle May 2002; Ridge Dean Tango ET who sold for 5,500gns, Ridge Dean Tictac ET who sold for 5,000gns at the ‘Wilde about Blues’ sale Carlisle August 2002; Paulern Preston who sold for 2,600gns and Paulern Somerford ET who sold for 2,400gns at the ‘Premier Pedigree Female Show & Sale’ Carlisle November 2002; Springfield Unella ET (reserve female champion) who sold for 2,500gns and Mountjoy Tamsin who sold for 2,300gns Carlisle Oct’2003; Ridge Dean Uptown Girl who sold for 3,800gns, Ridge Dean Ultina who sold for 2,000gns, Ridge Dean Variety ET who sold for 2,000gns ‘Wilde about Blues’ Part 2 Carlisle July 2004; Ridge Dean Rita ET who sold for 6,000gns, Annanwater Venetia ET who sold for 2,900gns, Widewath Windermere ET who sold for 2,600gns and Widewath Venice ET who sold for 2,400gns Carlisle May 2005; Ruaig Vodka ET who sold for 3,500gns Carlisle May 2006; Woodview Upstart ET who sold for 2,600gns at the 2nd Production Sale from the Woodview Herd Carlisle June 2006.


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HEALTH AND SAFETY RULES HARRISON & HETHERINGTON LIMITED NOTICE TO ALL VISITORS AND TRADERS PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING All visitors and traders on site will be responsible for ensuring that they and their employees or sub-contractors engaged by them comply with all legal requirements, including the Health and Safety At Work etc., Act 1974, The Management of Health and Safety At Work Regulations, The Provision And Use of Work Equipment Regulations, etc. All visitors and traders will be responsible for ensuring that their operations in no way affect the integrity of the company or its fire, safety or security arrangements and in no way compromise the health and safety and welfare of other visitors to and or employees of Harrison & Hetherington. Although it is the visitors and traders responsibility to ensure that plant, equipment and systems in work are safe, Harrison & Hetherington Limited reserve the right to ask any visitor or trader to leave the market for any breaches in the Health and Safety Rules and/ or Regulations. Vendors must inform Harrison & Hetherington Limited of any livestock due to attend the market whose temperament, behaviour or condition may call for additional precautions for its safe handling. When loading or unloading livestock handlers must ensure that the dock and vehicle gates are securely fixed so as to prevent the escape of animals. Traders are responsible for providing and maintaining suitable livestock handling equipment. They should ensure that livestock handlers are fit, experienced in livestock handling and familiar with the livestock in their charge. Children must not be permitted in any area where they may be at risk from livestock or machinery. In the case of bulls, during the period when the show/sale is open to visitors, bulls in stalls or pens should not be left unattended. If the handler is temporarily absent, arrangements should be made with another vendor, steward or member of Harrison & Hetherington staff to oversee the bull until the handler returns. Handling of Livestock at shows and sales: Harrison & Hetherington Limited recommend that an adult person should accompany any junior person during the showing/sale of livestock in the ring and reserves the right to intervene at any point if, in the company’s opinion, the person showing the livestock is at risk in undertaking that activity. Passageways must be kept clear at all times during the auction sale. PLEASE DO NOT STAND IN THE SALE RING ENTRANCE AND EXIT PASSAGES. The auction ring man escapes and refuges must be kept clear at all times. All portable electrical equipment supplied and/or used by visitors and traders must be safe and fit for the purpose and should have a valid portable appliance test certificate.


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AUCTIONEER’S TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE (Incorporating the Auctioneer’s Terms and Conditions as recommended by the National Beef Association) 1.

The biddings to be regulated by the Auctioneers and the highest bidder, subject to the Vendor’s reserve (if any), to be the purchaser. No bid shall be retracted and if any dispute should arise between two or more bidders, the Lot in dispute to be put up again and resold, or the Auctioneers may determine the dispute at their own discretion and their decision shall be final. The Auctioneers reserve the right to refuse the bid of any person without being called upon to give reason for such action.

2.

The Purchaser to give his full name and dwelling place and pay for all Lots purchased immediately at the close of sale. No Lot or Lots shall be removed from the sale premises until paid for and a pass-out slip obtained from the Auctioneer’s clerk but each and every Lot shall immediately at the fall of the hammer be considered as delivered and be and remain in every respect at the absolute risk and expense of the respective purchaser or purchasers thereof and shall be removed from the sale premises at the purchaser’s expense. The right of property shall not pass until the full purchase price is paid.

3.

Purchasers paying by cheque must be prepared, if required, to produce a banker’s reference. As a result of the Money Laundering Regulations (2003) the auctioneers are unable to accept cash payments in excess of nine thousand pounds sterling for any any single or linked purchase transaction.

4.

All statements in the catalogue, or made by the Auctioneers at the time of sale, also the correct identification of the animals, are the entire responsibility of the Vendors. The Auctioneers take no personal responsibility for the correctness of such statements or identities.

5.

All statements in the catalogue, or any made by the Auctioneers at the time of sale relating to any veterinary or other tests are to be taken as statements of fact only. No such statements shall guarantee the purchaser of any animal against loss arising from the subsequent reaction of such animal to any test administered after the sale and the Vendors shall not be liable in any way should this occur.

6.

All stock is sold subject to the Conditions of Sale recommended for use at markets by the Livestock Auctioneers’ Markets Committee for England and Wales except in so far as these conflict with any Special Conditions applicable to the sale of pedigree stock, when the latter Conditions shall prevail.

7.

Neither the Vendors nor the Auctioneers will be responsible for any accident or injury to persons or property, through fire or any other cause whatsoever, nor for any damage by animals prior to, during or after the sale.

8.

No undertaking by the Auctioneers or their servants to take charge of any Lot or Lots after the sale or to forward them to their destination shall be held to impose upon the Auctioneers any legal obligation or vitiate any of these Conditions.

9.

Inasmuch as the Auctioneers act as agents for a disclosed principal they shall not be considered personally responsible for any default on the part of either purchasers or Vendors and the remedy shall be against them only and not against the Auctioneers.

10.

If these conditions are unfulfilled, the Vendors or Auctioneers shall have the power to resell the Lots, retaining any surplus and charging any deficiency and expense to the defaulter.

11.

You have a right to know how we will use the information you have provided to us. We may share the information with other members of our group and may make this information available to relevant media groups and other interested parties on request. We and other members of the group may contact you by telephone, e-mail, post or fax to inform you of products or services available. If you do not want to be contacted for marketing purposes or do not wish your information to be made available to any other parties please notify us in writing.

HARRISON & HETHERINGTON LTD


Prize List Judge: Judge: Mr John O'Kell - Birdswood Herd Birdswood Farm, Aston, Runcorn, Cheshire

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