In the cattle rings Albert de Cogan, Castlemartyr, shoed both the Hereford and Aberdeen Angus champions, while the overall Friesian honours went to John A Forrest, Banteer, who also won the All Ireland Protein cow championship.
West Cork competitors did well in the horse section with Christy Berry from Skibbereen showing the ridden hunter and four-year-old champions.
Seamus Lehane, Clonakilty, who won the young horse and supreme championships at the Kingdom County Fair in Tralee the previous Sunday, showed the two-year-old champion.
Ballinhassig exhibitor Julie O’Neill took the young horse and three-year-old championships, while the yearling honours went to Sean O’Sullivan, Butlerstown.
Championship winners included the following:
Friesian: John A Forrest, Banteer.
Hereford: Albert de Cogan.
Aberdeen Angus: Albert de Cogan
Charolais: Bobby O’Connell, Clarine, Co Limerick
Limousin: John O’Grady, Midleton
Simmental: Anthony O’Leary, Ballincollig.
Belgian Blue: Tim O’Donovan, Dunmanway
Shorthorn (Female): Gordon Deane, Moreigh, Dunmanway
All Ireland Protein Cow Champion: John A. Forrest
Exhibitor Bred Champion: John O’Callaghan, Bandon.
Commercial: David Hegarty, Bandon.
Ridden Hunter: Christy Berry. Skibbereen.
Four-year-old: Christy Berry.
Three-year-old: Julie O’Neill, Ballinhassig.
Two-year-old: Seamus Lehane, Clonakilty.
Yearling: Sean O’Sullivan, Butlerstown..
Young Horse: Julie O’Neill.
Filly: Jerry Collins, Co Clare.
Brood Mare: James Whyte, Clonakilty
Foal: Declan Fahey, Clonakilty.
Working Hunter: Finola Riordan, Youghal
Show Hunter: Mary O’Sullivan, Blarney
Show Pony: Shane McNamara, Co Clare
Overall Champion Pony: Shane McNamara.