Saturday, 25 July 2009

Supreme Champion

I'm thrilled and extremely proud, so much so I can hardly type!!

As you will be aware I've had a busy week in the build up to the Scottish National Fleece and Composite show held at the Border Union show in Kelso over the last couple of days.

Barnacre took part in both the fleece and composite show, the fleece show had fantastic support with just short of 150 fleeces from all over the country from Cornwall to Aberdeenshire (that's you Jayne!).

We had a great ribbon haul, with 8 out of out 10 fleeces coming away with ribbons. Not only did we get ribbons, there was more. Our elite white stud Legend of Spartacus was first placed white adult, also the Adult Champion and went on to win Supreme Champion! How impressive is that, Rob Bettinson who was the BAS judge was very impressed with his fleece and rightly so, it is very special.
I will fill you in with the full results tomorrow as I'm exhausted but just had to share this exciting news with you tonight.


10 comments:

janet said...

How fantastic well done Legend and congratulations Debbie & Paul.Really pleased for you. xx

Rob Rawlins said...

Wow !!!!

Debbie and Paul, our heartiest congratulations. Good old Wellground Legend of Spartacus,( Pebo to his friends)

You must be delighted.

I cant tell you how delighted we are for you.

Rob and Les @ Wellground

Knapper Alpakka said...

Congrats! That's great news!

Rosemary said...

Wonderful! A really well deserved win! We are really pleased for you.
Rosemary and Carl

Zanzibah Alpacas said...

FANTASTIC !!!!!!!

Im sure both Paul and you must be elated !!

Im chuffed to bits for you, sounds like you had a fantastic time at the show.

BRILLIANT !!!!!!! NEWS !!!!!

CONGRATULATIONS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Suzanne said...

Congratulations !How fantastic , well done you !

Lucy of Coire Alpacas said...

Well done. He must be a very special male!

Lucy and Gerry

Mark said...

Well done guys Fantastic result!

Raelene from Mariah Hill Alpacas & Exports said...

Congratulations, what an achievement.
alot of work, years of breeding, and making the right decisions.
Well Done.
Raelene Strong @ Mariah Hill Alpacas.

Toad Hall Alpacas said...

Very well done, a wonderful achievement. Makes all the hard work wothwhile.