Breed Shows

This page contains a few "looking backwards" photos - a nostalgic look, by BT breeders, at the National Show in years gone by. It would be good to fill in the "missing years".

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Holyford Chad and Maybourne Ruth, Best male and Best female at the National BT Breed Show at Stoneleigh in 1988. They went on to be the inter-breed Champion Pair.

Acton Rowena and Byzantine Cupid, best female and best male at the Breed Shows  at RASE Stoneleigh in 1990.  This breed show was the last show judged by Mrs Paine.

Hetherton Rye and Marygoldes Larch. Best male and Best female at the National BT Breed Show at the East of England showground in 1992. 

Maybourne Tim and Maybourne Thistle. Best male and Best female at the National BT Breed Show at Stoneleigh in 1995. They went on to be the inter-breed Champion Pair. This was the first time that the interbreed Champions had been owner bred.

Maybourne Thistle (Best Milker), Bellheath Rosita (Reserve) at the 1997 Breed show at Stoneleigh. Followed by best goatling Bellheath Toscana.

Airways Dominic and Maybourne Trash, Best male and Best female at the National BT Breed Show at Stoneleigh in 1998. They then went on to win the inter-breed Champion Pair competition.

BT National Breed Show 1999 at Stoneleigh. Best Milker Charnocks Bronerys is on the left at the front. On the right at the front is the Charnocks Blythe, winner of the 2nd and subsequent kidders class.

BT Breed Show at Newark in 2003, the  first show after FMD.

Best male was Lynn Marshall's Airways Alias. Best female was Katie Shaw's AOV first kidder Llamedos Nutmeg. The pair went reserve best pair overall to the British Saanen pair.

BT Breed Show at Newark in 2004.

Best male was Lynn Marshall's Airways Alias (second successive year). Best female was Airways Ailsa, also owned and bred by Mrs Marshall. The male and female are brother and sister

BT Breed Show at Newark in 2005.

Best male was Lynn Marshall's buckling Hetherton Prospector. Best female was her first kidder Airways Annastasia.
In the interbreed pairs competition they were reserve to the British Saanen pair.

BT Breed Show at Newark in 2006.

Best male was John Bingham's buckling Anjo Cyd. Best female was first kidder Airways Annastasia.for the second succesive year. This year she was running through.

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