ESMOR

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ESMOREpiscopal Shared Ministry of Rockland (New York)
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Esmor Evans rounded off the day by heading the female section at 5,000gns with Maerdy Gunhieda, a rising two-year-old served heifer by Vald'Or-Ra to JA Morris, Thurso.
But Ian, who was involved in a motorcycle smash and can communicate only by blinking, hadn't reckoned on the generosity of neighbour Esmor Davies.
Due to the riot, the INS terminated its contract with ESMOR and closed the Elizabeth facility (though it reopened later under another private contractor).
The other was the reserve champion, Maerdy Northwestwind, from Esmor Evans.
Congratulating Esmor on his gold medal, Cardiff 's Lord Mayor Derrick Morgan said: "What a wonderful garden it is."
The garden was designed by London-based Andrew Fisher Tomlin and built by Esmor Davies, from Buckley, Flintshire, who is preparing to drive nearly 2,000 miles from John O'Groats to Land's End in a JCB digger, hoping to raise PS500,000 for a sensory garden for blind war veterans and other projects for the blind.
On Monday homebred Grenadier secured the reserve interbreed sash for Mold vet Esmor Evans.
He sold to Charlie Boden who runs a 100-cow herd based at Stockport and whose last major purchase was four years ago with Thrunton Voldemort at 55,000gns in a joint split with Esmor Evans.
Esmor Davies has promised to convert crippled Ian Hunt's house for free so he can be with his wife Lesley and their three children.
Glynllifon agriculture co-ordinator Esmor Hughes said: "The demonstration let the students learn a new concept for what is a very common task on every farm."
Sale leader at 26,000gns was Maerdy Hearthrob, a 19-month-old from Esmor Evans, Mold, in North Wales.
Esmor Davies worked tirelessly to put on the dazzling show in Venue Cymru, Llandudno on March 31 which attracted a 500-strong audience.