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-Welcome back to Monday's highlights

-of the Winter Fair.

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-It has been quite a day

-and everyone's now celebrating...

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-..but of course, it's the

-taking part that's important.

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-This afternoon, the steers

-were getting all the attention.

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-Here's the second class

-of the British Blue steers.

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-He's asking these to go around.

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-These are big cattle.

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-They're good cattle too.

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-You need to be sure.

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-The width is very good

-in the first two.

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-It's hard to see where he sees

-the difference, but he sees it.

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-That's a big one.

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-There we are - we're going to have

-an adjudication before long.

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-He's looking

-at the third steer over there.

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-From Garndolbenmaen.

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-He has his verdict.

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-The two from Llanwnnen

-win the first prize.

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-Here we are

-to celebrate the victor...

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-..from the two classes of British

-blue cattle that were here earlier.

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-We've just got to the end...

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-..and we're now choosing which

-of the two classes is the best.

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-There isn't much difference

-in their weight...

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-..only 30 kilos between the two...

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-..although one had been

-in the lightest class...

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-..and the steer

-in the heaviest class.

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-Your husband is from Somerset.

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-Dai takes it, fair play!

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-He takes the best

-of the British Blue cattle...

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-..to represent the breed tomorrow

-in the big championship.

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-He won last year and I'm sure he

-really wants to do well this year.

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-Yes. Good luck to them.

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-The class behind me

-is cattle sired by Limousin bulls.

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-Berwyn Hughes, who's from

-Lampeter, is with me.

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-He's an experienced competitor,

-who has won many times.

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-You've sold them early this year.

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-You've sold them early this year.

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-Yes.

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-In the last class for steers,

-Haydn Rowlands. Have you sold one?

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-Yes, we sold it privately in June.

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-It won the first class of Limousins,

-luckily.

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-Excellent!

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-I think he has lifted his finger,

-has he?

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-He has lifted his hand.

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-He has made a decision again.

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-There we are, Phil Sellers

-has had a very good show.

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-That's something that has come

-after a big effort.

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-Here we are at the third class...

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-..cattle derived

-from a Limousin bull.

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-There's a second row here.

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-Three or four of these

-haven't been pulled in yet.

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-The judge has made his mind up.

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-There they are for you...

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-..the first in the steer section

-to Scotland - it's a good steer.

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-It's a good steer.

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-Three classes have been out.

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-From the Limousins...

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-..the lightweights, the

-mediumweights and the heavyweights.

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-A big day again for them tomorrow.

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-It goes to Scotland.

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-Being asked to adjudicate

-in the Winter Fair is an honour...

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-..and judging the Butchers' Weight

-is a proud butcher from Bala.

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-I'm Joe Roberts, a butcher in Bala.

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-I've been butchering here

-all my life.

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-My father and his father

-were butchers.

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-My son and daughter

-are in the business with me.

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-They took the reins some years back.

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-I just work in the shop.

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-All I do is serve -

-the best part of the job.

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-Good afternoon.

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-Good afternoon.

-

-How are you?

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-We have good trade in the shop.

-Local people.

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-We're very glad of their support

-over the years.

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-My son and daughter have built up

-the catering side of the business.

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-That's a big part

-of the business now.

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-Most of our meat

-comes from local farms around Bala.

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-Unfortunately, not enough lambs come

-to Bala so we buy them in Ruthin.

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-We buy as many cattle as we can

-locally.

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-When that isn't possible,

-we buy the rest in Ruthin.

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-I've been invited to judge

-the carcasses at the Winter Fair.

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-It's a big honour for me.

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-I'm delighted to do it.

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-I'll be judging what I like

-as a local butcher.

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-When I go to the market,

-I always buy the best.

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-I'll be doing the same

-at the Winter Fair.

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-I'll pick what I think is the best.

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-It's a big honour

-to judge at the Winter Fair.

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-My wife is coming too. She's going

-to be spending some money.

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-It's a fantastic day out.

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-There were 156 carcasses...

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-..competing for the

-Supreme Single Carcass Champion...

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-..at the 2016 Winter Fair.

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-It's the highest number in 15 years.

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-The man whose job it was to choose

-was Joe Roberts from Bala.

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-I know you're a butcher and you deal

-with this kind of thing every day...

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-..but how did you decide which

-would be crowned Supreme Champion...

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-..out of 156 carcasses?

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-I take a look at all of them.

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-Then I draw up a shortlist of six.

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-The hard work then starts...

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-..nit-picking

-to choose the best one...

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-..from those six.

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-Then I choose my top six.

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-This is the one I gave first place.

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-This lamb

-has everything I'm looking for...

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-..in its legs, back and shoulders.

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-There's just enough fat.

-It's important to have a little.

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-The prize

-is going back to Carmarthenshire.

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-You awarded the prize to a Welshman!

-I'm sure you're proud of that.

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-This year, the Fair is paying

-tribute to a very special man...

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-..a former Winter Fair Chairman,

-Emyr Lewis, Bacheiddion farm.

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-The late Emyr Lewis' contribution

-to the Winter Fair...

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-..and to the Royal Welsh

-was priceless.

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-I have very fond memories of him.

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-The cheeky smile

-and his witty sense of humour.

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-He was a very likeable man.

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-He was a great huntsman

-and a true country character.

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-He was an active supporter

-of his community, his county...

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-..and, believe it or not,

-Cardiff City football club.

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-As far as the Winter Fair

-is concerned...

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-..he was on the committee

-when it started in 1990.

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-Ten years ago, he had the honour

-of being Chairman...

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-..of the executive committee

-which organizes the Fair.

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-He was a kind man

-who always had a smile on his face.

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-He was mischievous too.

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-He liked pulling your leg.

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-It was a huge loss

-to us as a Society...

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-..when Emyr left us so suddenly.

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-I'm sure

-he's looking down on us today...

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-..and saying about the Fair,

-"A job well done."

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-During the next two days,

-take a minute to think...

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-..about the fun you had

-in his company.

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-Like Emyr would often say,

-"Just get on with it!"

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-His one-liners were priceless.

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-Through Emyr Lewis's

-leadership and vision...

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-..the best come to the Winter Fair.

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-# Hosanna in excelsis #

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-Cor Glanaethwy

-entertained this afternoon.

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-# Hosanna in excelsis

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-# Hosanna in excelsis #

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-After the break...

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-..one Ceredigion family's

-obsession with the Winter Fair.

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-The best

-from the horse and sheep rings.

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-We look back at a busy Monday

-with Dai Lewis.

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-# Benedictus #

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-My name is Delme Jenkins and I come

-from near Newcastle Emlyn.

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-We come here as a family every year.

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-My wife, Brenda, and my youngest son

-and daughter-in-law.

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-Teleri will be a steward

-with the cattle.

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-My role as a mother is to ensure

-they all have clean clothes.

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-White overalls for everyone.

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-Also, food for everyone. It's a big

-occasion when we all eat together.

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-I bring my kitchen with me!

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-I will be stewarding at the Winter

-Fair for the three days.

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-We are weighing all the animals

-at the moment.

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-There's also paperwork, certificates

-and numbers for the collars.

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-We prepared well at home.

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-We washed and brushed

-and practised every weekend.

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-You expect to see trades people

-and you hope there will be buyers...

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-..butchers to buy the stock.

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-There will be a buzz

-on Tuesday afternoon.

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-During the competition tomorrow...

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-..the standard of cattle

-will bring tears to your eyes.

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-As Welsh people,

-we should be very proud.

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-This is a better show

-than the Royal Welsh.

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-There is so much friendship here.

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-It's great to see those friends

-from one year to the next...

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-..in the Winter Fair.

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-Welsh produce is some

-of the best around.

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-That's very important to me.

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-Rural life must championed.

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-At the end of Tuesday...

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-..we'll pack up and go home,

-leaving the cattle here.

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-It is quite an upsetting time.

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-Another who would never miss

-a Winter Fair...

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-..is the Chief Steward,

-Gwynne Davies.

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-The lambs come in pairs

-and are weighed over there.

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-They are put into classes.

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-Their number and weight are shown

-for all to see.

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-In the Royal Welsh,

-they are given points for breed.

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-But here, you want a fat lamb...

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-..that a butcher wants in his shop.

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-We've been doing it for many years.

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-We know most of the competitors

-by their first names.

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-"Hiya, Dave. Hiya, John."

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-When there is a problem,

-it's much easier to sort it out.

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-Hiya.

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-Hello, Jenny.

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-We have a feast of

-Continental Breeds for you now.

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-For the past two years,

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-..the winner of this section went

-on to win the Supreme Championship.

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-I have two guests for this

-competition for Texel sheep.

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-One is a student at Glynllifon...

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-..the other is a lawyer

-from Ammanford.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-Welcome to you both.

-

-Thank you.

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-You are a lawyer by day, but you

-also take an interest in Texels.

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-How do these look today?

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-It's a good standard

-and they're turned out well.

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-There are a lot of entries

-in this class...

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-..and the standard is high.

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-When you exhibit Texels,

-you don't trim them at all.

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-There are different rules

-at the Winter Fair.

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-Yes.

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-There are different types of sheep

-within the breed.

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-There is quite a specific type

-for this competition.

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-You'd look for a different kind

-of shape.

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-During the summer shows, you

-wouldn't shear them at all.

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-Have these pairs in front of us

-caught your eye?

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-The quality of these pairs

-is exceptional.

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-The class as a whole is very high.

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-I think it's a real challenge

-for the judges.

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-I hope to see the bar

-being set very high.

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-He has brought the original twelve

-pairs down to half the size.

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-Now he's putting them in order.

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-From what I can see...

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-..he's going for the traditional

-weight butchers would expect...

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-..22 to 45 kilo.

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-I can see Sara celebrating.

-I think she's taken first prize.

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-Yes, she has.

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-The Hall family from Carlisle have

-the reserve with Kate Gunn third.

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-Thank you to the both of you.

-I'm going to chat with Sara Gibbons.

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-Congratulations, we meet again.

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-I know, I haven't seen you

-since last year.

-

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-A lot has happened since then.

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-We were getting a bit warm

-in the sun so we're up here now.

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-Brilliant, fantastic! Thank you very

-much. Chuffed as nuts!

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-Congratulations again.

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-We move on to

-the Yearling Colt class...

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-..in the

-Welsh Mountain Pony section.

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-We've had a lovely time

-here this afternoon.

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-Peter Jones of

-Menai Stud, Llandysul is with me.

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-A very successful afternoon.

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-The standard and

-the numbers is exceptional.

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-There are

-twelve yearling colts here.

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-There is the lady keeping an

-eye on proceedings. Helen Myers.

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-952 is in pole position.

-Colne Tibo.

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-Sired by Nantdywyll Telor,

-out of Colne Tiara.

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-This is from a very successful line.

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-Colne Tibo was bought by

-Henry Leeuwenhaag from Holland.

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-He buys something

-at the sales here every year...

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-..and brings them

-to the Winter Fair.

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-He loves to bring something

-to the Winter Fair.

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-You never know whether it'll be a

-mountain pony, a section C or a Cob.

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-The considering and comparing

-is still going on.

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-We're down to three I think.

-What will happen next?

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-Heniarth Showbiz

-looks to be moving into third.

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-That's a promotion.

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-The hat is off.

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-Colne Tibo wins

-the Yearling Colt class...

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-..in the

-Welsh Mountain Pony section.

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-Owned by Henry Leeuwenhaag

-and shown by Sam Morsley.

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-This is the championship for

-the Welsh Mountain Pony Section.

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-What can we expect, Peter?

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-I can't tell you the final order

-but she'll want a good look first.

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-She'll want one last look as well...

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-..before she decides on

-a champion and a reserve champion.

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-I wouldn't like to speculate here.

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-She's got some directions

-for Cemaes Evans, the steward.

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-The yearling filly

-has taken the prize.

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-Tryfel Tikitiboo

-owned by Chris Cobley.

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-The reserve prize goes to Colne Tibo

-owned by Henry Leeuwenhaag.

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-The Section A champion, Chris.

-How do you feel?

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-Over the moon,

-especially with a home-bred filly.

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-I've been breeding for years.

-I also bred her mother.

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-She's a full sister

-to our stallion back at home.

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-Great times. Thoroughly pleased.

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-Congratulations.

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-Dai Lewis, the first Monday of

-the Winter Fair has almost finished.

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-What a difference a year makes.

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-Definitely - there's no deluge.

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-Although a deluge of people

-have come through the gates.

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-We hope that over 15,000 people

-will have come through the gates.

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-We've parked over 6,000 cars...

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-..and 2,000 have come in for free

-after four o'clock.

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-So it has been a successful day

-in every way.

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-Yes, indeed.

-The winter sun has shone for us.

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-As you said when you opened

-the Winter Fair today...

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-..the only cloud above the Fair

-is the loss of Emyr Lewis.

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-His loss is being felt.

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-His contribution

-has been priceless over the years.

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-As you said, he has been

-smiling down on us today.

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-The crowds are starting

-to make their way home.

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-People are celebrating

-and socialising here...

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-..and preparing for the big day

-tomorrow, the championships.

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-As an auctioneer, I'm sure you're

-looking forward to the big auction.

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-To me, personally,

-the auction is the pinnacle.

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-Of course,

-money makes the world go around.

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-We don't know

-who the champion is yet...

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-..but someone will be celebrating

-tomorrow night.

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-I hope it'll be a Welshman

-celebrating.

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-Yes. Thanks for your company, Dai.

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-Yes. Thanks for your company, Dai.

-

-That's OK.

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-Yes. Thanks for your company, Dai.

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-Enjoy your day tomorrow

-and the rest of the Winter Fair.

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-The crowds are going home and the

-showground is starting to freeze...

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-..but the welcome will be very warm

-tomorrow morning...

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-..with Nia and the team

-from ten o'clock onwards.

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-We're on all the social platforms -

-actually, we're everywhere!

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-I'll be back with you the same time

-tomorrow night at 8.25pm on S4C.

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-From me and the rest of the team

-here in Llanelwedd, goodnight.

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