UK - The Great Yorkshire Show - Prize Winning Animals and their Owners.
David Cormack is something of a celebrity in the cattle-breeding world, not only by dint of his family (his father was stockman to Lord Elgin), but also because in 2007 Cormack took an unprecedented five prizes with a four-year-old Limousin cow, Newstart Upsydaisy, at the Royal Show. Roughly the equivalent of a football club winning five major cups in a season, this raised the cow's value from about £10,000 to £41,000 when she was sold. The Great Yorkshire Show, one of Britain's biggest agricultural shows. Its famous for its competitive displays of livestock. The event, established in 1837, attracts over 125 000 visitors a year and has over 10 000 entries to its pedigree competitions ranging from pigeons and rabbits to bulls and shire horses.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download