Farmers pull out all the stops

B&J Landers & Son won the Native Beef Breed Championship with their Heifer Stirk Cairnsmore Kacie Eloise
B&J Landers & Son won the Native Beef Breed Championship with their Heifer Stirk Cairnsmore Kacie Eloise

All the results from Stranraer Agricultural Show, held on Wednesday, July 26, are as follows.

CATTLE

Galloways

Bull Calf, born on or after 1st Aug 2016 – 1&2, Michael McCornick, Barquhill Farm, Wigtown

Heifer Stirk, born between 1st Aug, 2015 and 1st Aug, 2016 – 1. Michael McCornick

Best animal - Michael McCornick

Heifer in calf or in milk, born between 1st Aug, 2014 and 1st Aug, 2015 – 1, Michael McCornick; 2, N & S McKinnel, Garrarie Farm, Whithorn

Cow in Milk or in Calf – 1, Rena Patterson, Low Three Mark, Stoneykirk

Best pair of animals from above classes – 1, Michael McCornick

Female Championship, Best Female exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, Michael McCornick

Male Championship, Best Male exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, Michael McCornick

Perpetual Challenge Trophy, presented by R & A Hannay Ltd, Sheuchan Mills, Stranraer, for the Champion Galloway, Male or Female, from Classes 5, 10 & 11 – 1, Michael McCornick; 2, Michael McCornick.

Belted Galloways

Heifer Calf, born on or after 1st Aug, 2016 – 1&2, Jennifer Taylor, Brae of Gadgirth, Sundrum, by Ayr

Bull Calf, born between 1 Aug 2015 and 1 Aug 2106 - 1&2, B&J Landers & Son, Bargaly Farm, Newton Stewart

Heifer Stirk, born between 1st Aug, 2015 and 1st Aug, 2016 – 1, Mochrum Estate, Old Place of Mochrum, Port William, 2, Jennifer Taylor; 3, PKG Farms, Irelandton, Twynholm

Best animal from classes 14-17 - 1, Mochrum Estate

Heifer in calf or in milk, born between 1st Aug, 2014 and 1st Aug, 2015 – 1, Miss J A Cowie, 52 Catherine Strret, Gatehouse of Fleet; 2, Mochrum Estate; 3, B & J Landers & Son

Cow in milk or calf - 1, Glenapp Estate Co Ltd, Ballantrae; 2, Mochrum Estates

Bull, born before 1st August, 2015 - 1, Glenapp Estate

Best pair of animals from above Classes - 1, RKG Farms; 2, B&J Landers; 3, Glenapp Estate

Female Championship, Best Female exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, Miss J A Cowie

Best male – 1, B&J Landers & Son

The McCulloch Perpetual Trophy presented by Mr Alistair McCulloch for the best Belted Galloway – 1, Miss J A Cowie; 2, B & J Landers

Best Belted Galloway of opposite sex to champion - B & J Landers & Son.

Young Handlers Competition, Rosettes and prizes courtesy of the Belted Galloway Society; 1,

Native beef breeds

Heifer Stirk, born between 1st Aug, 2015 and 1st Aug, 2016 – 1 & 3, B&J Landers & Son, Bargaly Farm, Newton Stewart, 2, W & E I Brown, Laigh Drumdow, Turnberry

Best animal from classes 27–30 junior champion – B&J Landers & Son.

Heifer, In Calf or In Milk, born between 1st Aug, 2014 and 1st Aug, 2015 – 1, B&J Landers & Son; 2, W & E I Brown

Best Pair of Animals from above Classes – 1, B&J Landers; 2, W&EI Brown

Female Championship, Best Female exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, B&J Landers

Male Championship, Best Male exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, W & E I Brown

Ailsa Perpetual Trophy, presented by J B Hinds, Craigie Mains for Champion Animals, Male or Female, from Classes 31, 36 and 37 – 1, B&J Landers; 2, W & E I Brown

Kyle Memorial Perpetual Trophy, presented by the late Miss Flora Stuart for best White Galloway -

Continental Beef Breeds

Bull Calf born on or after 1 August 2016 -1, A Clark & Son, Meikle Gelngyre, Leswalt

Heifer calf, born on or after 1 Aug 2016 - 1, A Clark & Son,

Bull Calf born between 1 August 2014 and 1 August 2015 – 1, James Forsyth, Mid Bishopton, Whithorn; 2, Brian A Paxton, South Milmain, Stoneykirk; 3, A Clark & Son

Heifer Stirk born between 1 August 2015 and 1 August 2016– 1 & 3, J & A Milroy, Cairnwhin, Pinmore; 2, Brian A Paxton

Best animal from Classes 40-43 -1, James Forsyth

Cow in milk or in calf - 1, Mr James Forsyth

Best Pair of Animals -1, J & A Milroy; 2, Brian A Paxton ;3, A Clark & Son

Female Championship

Best Female exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, J & A Milroy

Male Championships

Best Male exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, James Forsyth

Supreme Championships

Whitecrook Rosebowl, presented for annaul competition by Doctors Robin and Mary Stevenson, Ardinning, Strathblane, and re-presented for perpetual competition by Mr B G Allan, Glenturk, Wigtown, for the champion animal – male or female – from Classes 44, 49 and 50. - 1, Mr James Forsyth; 2, J & A Milroy

Commercial Cattle

Best continental heifer, over 1 year old – 1, Robyn Wallace and Aileen McIntosh, Blairshinnoch, Whauphill; 2, Messrs Cook, Glen doune Farm, Girvan; 3, A&E Vance, Bridgehouse Farm, Whithorn

Best continental steer over 1 year old -1&2, Alistair Paterson, Low Three Mark, Stoneykirk; 3, James Forsyth, Mid Bishopton, Whithorn

Supreme Championship.

Luce Bay Rosebowl perpetual trophy for champion commercial exhibit – 1 & 2, Alistair Paterson

Beef Inter-Breed Championships

Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented by David Little, Mahaar,for Best Beef Animal on the showfield - 1. Michael McCornick; 2, Alistair Paterson

Perpetual Trophy, presented by the late Mrs M McIntyre, Bridgebank, for the best beef bull - 1, James Forsyth

Junior Beef Inter-Breed Champion - Michael McCornick

Beef Young Handlers Competition - 1, Calum Cook; 2, Adam McGuire; 3, David Lawson

Ayrshires

Heifer Calf, born on or after 1st Aug, 2016 – 1, 2 & 3, Messrs JS Watson, High Mark, Leswalt

Heifer stirk, born after 1 Aug, 2015 - 1 & 3, Messrs W A McDowall; 2, A & AW McWillam, Colfin, Stranraer

Pair of Animals from Classes 62 and 63 – 1 & 3, Messrs W A McDowall; 2, A & AW McWillam

McWilliam Cup, presented by H & J McWilliam, Low Barnultoch, for Best Exhibitor–Bred Ayrshire Female under two years of age at date of Show – 1, Messrs JS Watson; 2, Messrs W A McDowall

Ayrshire Cattle Club Heifer Derby Perpetual Cup presented by the Wigtownshire Ayrshire Cattle Club. Confined to members of the Wigtownshire Ayrshire Cattle Club:

Heifer in calf (to be under 3 years old) – 1, MW&A Stevenson, Kirkminnoch, Dunragit; 2, C & S Service, Moorpark Farm, Sandhead; 3, Wilma Benson, Wellhouse, Kirkcolm

Junior Cow, (a) in milk (to have had second calf) –1, MW&A Stevenson, 2 & 3, C & S Service

Junior Cow, (a) in calf (to have had second calf) - 1, Messrs J S Watson

Senior Cow, In Milk (to have had a least three calves) -1, Allan C Clark, Fineview Farm, Glenluce; 2, Second Class Syndicate, c/o Wellhouse, Kirkcolm

Perpetual Centenary Shield, presented by the Ayrshire Cattle Society of Great Britain and Ireland, for the Cow which, in any one lactation, has given a minimum of 240 litres of butterfat and which has calved again within 13 months. Milk Record Certificates required – 1, Allan C Clark; 2, Second Class Syndicate

Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by the late Sir Mark McTaggart Stewart for Best Officially Mild Recorded Ayrshire Cow or Heifer in the Show with a PIN of 5 or better – 1, MW&A Stevenson; 2, Allan C Clark; 3, C & S Service

Perpetual Challenge Cup, donated by the Galloway Produce Society for group of Three Females from the stock of the exhibitor and shown in any of the Ayrshire Classes – 1, C & S Service

Female Championships

Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by Stranraer Town Council, for the Best Female bred by Exhibitor - 1, MW&A Stevenson; 2, Allan C Clark; 3,Messrs J S Watson

Trophy, presented by the late John Wallace Esq, Kildrochat, for the Best Ayrshire Female. Re–presented for perpetual competition by the late James Hair Esq, Balyett - 1, MW&A Stevenson; 2, Allan C Clark; 3,Messrs J S Watson

Perpetual Championship Cup, presented by the late James McMiken Esq, for the Best Female Exhibited in any of the Classes - 1, MW&A Stevenson; 2, Allan C Clark; 3,Messrs J S Watson

Supreme Championship - 1, MW&A Stevenson; 2, Allan C Clark; 3,Messrs J S Watson

Perpetual Trophy, presented by the Wigtownshire Ayrshire Breeders for the Supreme Champion Ayrshire Female, Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by the late Robert Kerr Esq, Ochtrelure, to be presented annually to Exhibitor gaining most points in the Ayrshire Section (excluding Championships) - 1, MW&A Stevenson; 2, Allan C Clark; 3,Messrs J S Watson

Jersey Cattle

Heifer Calf, born on or after 1st Aug, 2016 – 1, Wellhouse Jerseys, Wellhouse Kirkcolm; 2, R Buchanan, Laigh Kilphin, Ballantrae; 3, Wellhouse Jerseys

Hiefer Stirk, not in calf, born before 1st August 2016- 1, R Buchanan; 2, Mr & Mrs N Heuchan, Crofthead Cottages, Crocketford Road, Dumfries

Heifers In Calf ( to be under 3 years old) - 1, R Buchanan; 2, Mr & Mrs N Heuchan

Heifers in milk (to have calved under 3 years old) -1, R Buchanan; 2, Wellhouse Jerseys; 3, Mr & Mrs N Heuchan W

Cow in calf - 1, R Buchanan; 2, Mr & Mrs N Heuchan; 3, Wellhouse Jerseys

Cow in milk - 1, R Buchanan; 2 & 3, Mr & Mrs N Heuchan

Pair of Animals from Classes 79, 80, 81 or 82 – 1 & 3, R Buchanan 2, Mr & Mrs N Heuchan

Supreme Championship

Perpetual Trophy presented by Stranraer Show for the Supreme Champion Jersey – 1 & 2, R Buchanan

Perpetual Trophy presented by Allan Clark for the Best Exhibitor–Bred Jersey – 1, R Buchanan

Any Other Pure Dairy Breed (Open to breeds not already listed in schedule)

Heifer Calf, born in or after 1st August 2016 - 1, Robert & Sheila McColm, High Boreland, Lochans

Heifer stirk, not in calf, born before 1 Aug 2016 - 1, Robert & Sheila McColm; 2, R Buchanan, Laigh Kilphin, Ballantrae;

Cow in milk - 1, Robert & Sheila McColm; 2, R Buchannan

Pair of animals - 1, Robert & Sheila McColm

Supreme Champion – 1 & 2, R & S McColm

Perpetual Trophy presented by Mr Peter McConnell for best animal – Robert & Sheila McColm

Holstein Cattle

Heifer Calf, born on or after 1st Dec, 2016 – 1, R&A Agnew, West Dhuloch Farm, Kirkcolm; 2, M & JG Dunlop, Bishopton, Kirkcudbright; 3, Firm of J M Howie, Wellhouse, Kirkcolm

Heifer, born on or after 1st Aug, 2016 and before 30th Nov, 2016 – 1, R Buchanan; 2, R&A Agnew; 3, Andrew McKay & Wilson Sloan, North Milton, Glenluce

Junior Dry Cow, at least 6 months old in calf, having had one or two calvings and milked out - James McNeill

Heifer in Milk having calved not older tha n34 months of age - Messrs R McNeill, Cairnpat, Lochans; 2, John Richardson ,High Weirston, Leswalt; 3, R & A Agnew, West Dhuloch, Kirkcolm

Junior Cow In Milk having calved twice –1, M & J G Dunlop; 2, R McNeill; 3, John Richardson

Senior Cow in milk, having calved three times or more - 1&3, M & JG Dunlop; 2, R Buchanan

Cow having produced more than 8000kg of milk in any 305 day lactation – 1&3, M & J G Dunlop; 2, R Buchanan

Pair of Females from same herd – 1, M & J G Dunlop; 2, Messrs R McNeill; 3, John Richardson

Group of 3 Animals from same herd – 1, M & J G Dunlop; 2, R McNeill; 3, R&A Agnew

Supreme Championship, Hutchison & McCreath Trophy for best animal exhibited - 1, M & JG Dunlop; 2, R Buchanan

Dairy Inter–Breed

The Royal Bank of Scotland Inter–Breed Heifer Derby for Dairy Heifers registered with the respective Breed Societies. Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland – 1, Messrs R McNeill, Cairnpat Farm, Lochans; 2, John Richardson, High Weirston, Leswalt; 3, Wilma Benson, Wellhouse, Kirkcolm

Perpetual Silver Salver presented by Stranraer and Rhins of Galloway Milk Recording Society. Best Dairy Cow In Calf or In Milk. All entries in this Class must have been shows in their own breed classes – 1, M & JG Dunlop, Bishopton, Kirkcudbright; 2, Allan C Clark, Fineview, Glenluce

Dairy Inter–Breed Championship

Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented by the Lindsay Family for the Best Animal from the Dairy Cattle Breeds participating in the Show. Animals eligible to compete will be the

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Supreme Champions only – 1, M & JG Dunlop; 2, M W & A Stevenson

Best Dairy Calf, under one year old. Any breed. Perpetual Trophy awarded by William Stevenson, Kirminnoch – 1, A McKay & W Sloan; 2, R Buchanan; 3, R & A Agnew

Dairy Junior Young Handlers Competition. Aged 10 years and under. Wellhouse Trophy presented by the Howie family, Wellhouse. A rosette for every Young Handler entered – 1, Murray McNeil; 2, Maxwell Wylie

Dairy Intermediate Young Handlers Competition. Aged 11 or over, up to 15 years of age. Cup donated by Norvite Feed Supplements. A rosette for every Young Handler entered – 1, Cara Sloan; 2, Wilson Sloan; 3, Craig Agnew

Dairy Senior Young Handlers Competition - Aged 16 or over, up to 26 yars of age - 1, Douglas Buchanan; 2, David Watson; 3, Kirsty McColm

SHEEP

Blackface Sheep

Tup, Two Shear and upwards – 1 & 2, Alistair K Brooke, Carscreugh, Glenluce

Shearling Tup – 1&2, Drannandow Farms, Minnigaff; 3, A K Brooke

Tup Lamb – 1,2 & 3, James Mitchell & Son, Little Larg, New Luce

Ewe, not less than Two Shear, rearing a lamb this season - 1 & 2, L & D Hair, Drumbreddan, Ardwell; 3, J&F Burns, Craignell, New Galloway

Gimmer or Shearling Ewe – 1, J&F Burns; 2,

Ewe Lamb – 1, L & D Hair; 2, J Mitchell & Son; 3, Drannandown Farms

Group of 3 sheep from different Classes – 1, James Mitchell & Son; 2, L & D Hair

Perpetual Championship Cup, presented by the late J P Tully Esq for the Best Blackface Sheep at the Show – 1, L & D Hair; 2, 2, J & F Burns

Best Sheep of the opposite sex to the Champion – 1, Drannandow Farms

Suffolk Sheep

Ram Lamb – 1 & 2, P & A Wilson, Spoutwells Farm, Stranraer

Ewe – 1, James T Cannon

Gimmer – 1, James T. Cannon; 2, P & A Wailson; 3, A Clark & Son, Meikle Glengyre, Leswalt

Ewe Lamb – 1, 2,& 3, James T. Cannon

Group of 3 sheep from different Classes – 1, James T. Cannon; 2, P & A Wilson

Supreme Championship

Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by A McLelland & Son Ltd, for Best Male or Female exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, James T Cannan; 2, James T Cannon

Border Leicester Sheep

Society of Border Leicester Sheep Breeders National Show 2017

Aged Ram or Shearling Ram –, 1, John B. Barrowman, North Knockglass, Stranraer ; 2, David & Ian Walker, Laigh Kilphin, Pinwherry; 3, W&T Nelson, High Kilphin, Ballantrae

Shearling ram - 1, Duncan Whyte, 37 Whitelee Gate, Newton Mearns; 2, John B Barrowman; 3, Shona Ker, Jestenlees Farm, Annan

Ram Lamb - 1, W & T Nelson; 2, Mrs M Laidlaw, Kennel Mount, Galston; 3, John B Barrowman

Ewe – 1 & 3, David & Ian Walker; 2, Duncan Whyte,

Gimmer – 1 John B. Barrowman, North Knockglass, Stranraer, 2 & 3, David & Ian Walker

Ewe Lamb – 1, Shona Ker; 2, David & Ian Walker; 3, W&T Nelson,

Group of 3 sheep from different Classes – 1, David & Ian Walker ; 2, Mrs M Laidlaw 3, John B Barrowman, North Knockglass, Stranraer

Supreme Championship - The Kirkpatrick Perpetual Rosebowl - 1, John B. Barrowman; 2, David & Ian Walker

Blue Faced Leicester Breed

Ram Lamb – 1, Robert Wallace, Macherquhat, Ballantrae; 2 & 3, M & C Drummond, Cassington Farm, Maybole

Ewe – 1, R & I Watson , High Borgue, Borgue; 2, M & C Drummond; 3, Robert Wallace

Ewe Lamb – 1, William Barowman, Mid Knockglass, Stranraer; 2, Robert Wallace; 3, M&C Drummond,

Group of 3 sheep from different classes -1, M&C Drummond; 2, Robert Wallace; 3, William Barrowman

The Eric McCaig Perpetual Rosebowl for the Best Male or Female – 1, William Barrowman; 2, Robert Wallace

Scotch Mules

Single Scotch Mule Ewe Lamb – 1 & 3, Andrew McQuistin, Barnshangan, New Luce; 2, Robert Wallace, Macherquhat, Ballantrae

Scotch Mule Ewe - 1, Andrew McQuistin

Pen of three Lambs – 1, Andrew McQuistin; 2,Robert Wallace

Supreme Championship

The Royal Bank of Scotland Perpetual Trophy for Best Scotch Mule - 1, Andrew McQuistin; 2, Andrew McQuistin

Any Other Pure Breed – Accredited & Non-Accredited.

Aged Ram or Shearling Ram – 1, Libby Adams, Clugston Farm, Kirkcowan

Ewe – 1, M & C Drummond, Cassington Farm, Maybole; 2, Libby Adams

Gimmer - 1, Libby Adams

Ewe Lamb - 1, M & C Drummond; 2 & 3, Libby Adams

Group of 3 sheep from different Classes – 1, Libby Adams

Best male or female exhibited in any of these Classes. Perpetual Trophy presented by A. & M. Wilson, Kirklauchline – 1, M & C Drummond; 2, Libby Adams

Texel Breed

Aged Ram - 1, L & D Hair, Drumbreddan Farm, Ardwell

Shearling Ram – 1, L & D Hair; 2, Andrew Campbell, Dinnans Farm, Whithorn

Ram Lamb – 1 & 3, L & D Hair; 2, Andrew Campbell

Gimmer – 1, L & D Hair; 2, Andrew Campbell

Ewe Lamb – 1, R McTaggert, Glen Farm, Gatehouse of Fleet

Group of 3 sheep from different Classes – 1, L & D Hair; 2, Andrew Campbell

Pen of 3 prime lambs by a Texel sire - 1 & 2, A Clark & Son, West Glengyre, Leswalt

Supreme Championship

The James Wyllie Perpetual Trophy for the Best Male or Female exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, R McTaggert; 2, L & D Hair

Solway and Tyne Breeders Trophy for the Best Sheep exhibited by breeder – 1, R McTaggert

Beltex Breed

Aged Ram or Shearling Ram – 1, JL McMillan, Carse of Clary, Newton Stewart; 2 & 3, Neale and Janet McQuistin, High Airyolland, New Luce

Ram Lamb – 1, JL McMillan; 2, Neale and Janet McQuistin; 3, Ian McKnight, Dalhabboch c/o Corriedoon, Glenluce

Ewe – 1, JL McMillan; 2, Neale and Janet McQuistin

Gimmer – 1, JL McMillan; 2 & 3, Neale and Janet McQuistin

Ewe Lamb – 1, & 3, JL McMillan; 2, Neale and Janet McQuistin

Group of 3 sheep – 1, JL McMillan; 2, Neale and Janet McQuistin

The Airyolland Trophy presented by Neale and Janet McQuistin for the Best Male or Female Beltex exhibited in any of the Classes – 1, JL McMillan; 2, Neale and Janet McQuistin

Zwarble Breed

Aged Ram or Shearling Ram – 1, N & R Bodle, 2 High Boreland, Glenluce; 2, Rachel, Amy and Murray Stewart, Challochmun, Glanluce; 3, C & H Duffy, The Smiddy Bungalow, Dunragit, Stranraer

Ram Lamb – 1, I M Brisbane, Little Tongue Farm, Castle Kennedy; 2, C & H Duffy; 3, Rebecca Torbet, Whitecrook, Dunragit

Ewe – 1, C & H Duffy; 2, I M Brisbane; 3, Caitlin McCornick, Stewarton Farm, Kirkinner

Gimmer – 1, C & H Duffy; 2, I M Brisbane; 3, Rebecca Torbet, Whitecrook, Dunragit

Ewe Lamb – 1, I M Brisbane; 2, Rebecca Torbet; 3, C & H Duffy

Group of 3 sheep from different classes - 1, C & H Duffy; 2, I M Brisbane; 3, Rebecca Torbet

Smiddy Hill Perpetual Trophy, presented by C H Duffy for the best male or female - 1, C & H Duffy; 2, I M Brisbane

Goats

Coloured goats

Milker - 1 & 2, Mrs L Shaw, Kirriereoch, Bargrennan; 3, Anne M Dick, Rowanmyle House, Tarbolton

Goatling - 1 & 2, Mrs L Shaw; 3, Anne M Dick

Female kid - 1 & 3, Mrs L Shaw; 2, Anne M Dick

Perpetual Trophy, presented by Mrs Lybda Shaw fpr best goatling - Mrs L Shaw

Kirsar Perpetual Trophy, presented by Mrs Fergus-Higgins and Miss S Barton for best female kid - Mrs L Shaw

Perpetual Cup, presented by Mrs Fergus-Higgins, Leswalt, for best animal in section - 1, Mrs L Shaw

Horses

Clydesdales

Yeld Mare -1, William Gemmell, Homehead of Boreland , Kirkcown. Homehead Ruby; 2, Mrs Joan Waugh, East Challoch Farm, Dunragit. East Challloch Honeybee; 3, Joan Waugh. Luce Bay EsmayJ

Gelding. Three-year-old or upwards, for agricultural purposes. Clydesdale Breeders’ Perpetual Trophy for the best gelding - 1, Hugh Ramsay, Millisle, Garlieston, Banjo; 2, Hugh Ramsay, Jack; 3, Helen M Smith, Solwayview, No 2 Sheddock Cottage, Whithorn. Sheddocks Beavon

One-year-old Filly -1, C Young, Hall Farm, by Ayr. Collessie Flash Girl

Two-year-old Filly - 1, Helen M Smith. Mollinhillhead Lady Charlotte

One or two-year-old Male Clydesdale Trophy, presented by James Wyllie & Sons (Grain Merchants) Ltd and re-presented for perpetual competition by the Torbet family, Whitecrook, for the best one or two-year-old male Clydesdale - 1, Andrew Love, Bridge of Aird, Stranraer. Aird Louie; 2, Hugh Ramsay. Basil

Clydesdale Horse Society Shield, awarded to the best yearling or two-year-old Colt or Filly, registered or eligible for registration with the Society, not having won a shield before in its lifetime. The Exhibitor must be a current member of the Clydesdale Horse Society – 1, Andrew Love

Clydesdale Filly Foal -1, C Young; 2, Isabel McKie, High Threave, Kirkcown. Threave Mirren

Perpetual Shield presented by Alex Stewart Esq, for the best Foal, male or female – 1, Isabel McKie. Threave Destiny

Pair of draught male or female Clydesdales of two-year-old or upwards -1, Hugh Ramsay; 2, Helen M Smith; 3, Mrs Joan Waugh

Young Handlers Class. An engraved medal is presented by The Clydesdale Horse Society to the best young handler aged 12 to 16 on the day of the Show who has not already qualified in 2017 -1, Rachel Ramsay

Female Championships

Perpetual Cup, presented by the late Captain Alexander McLauchlin for Best Clydesdale Female exhibited in any of the Classes - 1, C Young. Collessie Flash Girl; 2, William Gemmell. Holmhead Ruby

Male Championships

Best Male Animal exhibited in any of the Classes - 1, Hugh Ramsay. Banjo; 2, Andrew Love. Aird Louie

Supreme Championships

Perpetual Champion Cup presented by James Ferguson, Esq, Woodlea House, Bonnybridge, for the best Clydesdale -1, C Young. Collessie Flash Girl; 2, Hugh Ramsay. Banjo

Andrew T Love Perpetual Memorial Trophy presented for the best heavy horse turn out, single of pair, all shown at the same time - 1, Hugh Ramsay; 2, Hugh Ramsay

Light Horses and Ponies

Mountain & Moorland – Ridden

The BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Novice Ridden Mixed Breeds Class. Registered rure bred ponies 4 years or over. Rider any age - 1, Miss S J Crichton, Highfield Farm, Auchengate, Irvine. Corkshill Lennon; 2, A & J Campbell, Carsewalloch Farm, Creetown. Huwil Blue Bobbie; 3, Elaine McCubbin, Greenhall, Bridge of Dee, Castle Douglas. Senruf Gin Fizz

The BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Open Ridden Mixed Breeds Class. Registered pure bred ponies 4 years or over. Riders any age -1, A & J Campbell, Huwil Blue Bobbie ; 2, Mrs Cath Mundell, Braehead Farm, Collin. Rushford Littel Gem; 3, Lorraine Gillen, Hyndshhaw Cottage, Carluke. Kilbride Ruby

The BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Ridden Championship. Open to ponies that have been placed 1st or 2nd in the Heritage Ridden Classes. Rogersports Perpetual Trophy for best Exhibit in Mountain & Moorland Ridden Classes -1, S J Crichton. Corkshill Lennon; 2, A & J Campbell, Huwil Blue Bobbie

The BSPS Heritage Mountain and Moorland Lead Rein Class - 1, Zoe Nicholl, Nicholl Show Team, Wallaceton Farm, Lurgar, Cumnock. Anchor Gooseberry; 2, A & J Campbell. Eric; 3, Laura Smith, Kenmuir House, Dalbeattie. Calderberry Raider

The BSPS Heritage Mountain and Moorland First Ridden Class - 1, Elaine McCubbin, Senruf Gin Fizz

Mountian and Moorland Mini Championship - 1, Zoe Nicholl, Anchor Gooseberry; 2, A & J Campbell. Eric

Mountain & Moorland – In Hand

Registered Mountain & Moorland Mixed Breeds, Colt, Filly or Gelding, 1, 2 or 3 years old to be shown in-hand -1, Linda McCurdie, 46 Tollerton Drive, Irvine. Ardanbeag Papa Stour; 2, Yvonne Heaton, Meikle Mark Cottage, Stranraer. Belchford Masquerade

Registered Mountain & Moorland Mixed Breeds, Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. To be shown in hand -

Small - 1, Mrs Eleanor Crate, Holehouse Cottage, Hollybush, Ayr. Corkhill Skylark; 2, S J Chrichton, Highfield Farm, Auchengate, Irvine. Corkshill Lennon; 3, Judith Copeland, 17 Sun Street, Glenluce. Longfield Oyster

Large - 1, Mrs J C McCulloch, 2 Welltrees Strret, Maybole. Carrick Lord Benbecula; 2, Miss Linda McCurdie, 46 Tollerton Drive, Irvine. Glencarrig Platinum; 3, Mrs Helen McMiken, Upper Barr Farm, Newton Stewart. Aiden DJ

Perpetual Trophy presented by Hugh Aitken, Esq, for best Shetland Pony -1, Judith Copeland, Longfield Oyster

The Highland Pony News perpetual Trophy for the best Highland Pony Exhibit -1. Mrs J McCulloch. Carrick Lord Benbecula

The Mosscroft Perpetual Trophy and special rosette awarded by Dr Joy Faulkner for highest placed pure bred registered pony shown by exhibitor residing in Wigtownshire (DG8 & DG9 postcode areas) - Mrs Helen McMiken. Aiden DJ

Best Exhibit in Mountian and Moorland In Hand classes - Mrs Eleanor Crate. Corkhill Skylark; 2, Mrs J McCullloch. Carrick Lord Benbecula

The Findlay Perpetual Trophy for the best native pony exhibited in the Mountain and Moorland section - 1, Mrs Eleanor Crate. Corkhill Skylark; 2, Zoe Nicholl. Anchor Gooseberry

Unregistered In Hand Mountain and Morrland Pony, any age - 1, Miss Linda McCurdie, 46 Tollerton Drive, Irvine. Pumpkin

Unregistered Ridden Mountain and Morrland Pony, 4 years and over - 1, Miss Keera McClymont, 50 King Strret, Newton Stewart. Strawberry Shortcake

Best Turned Out, Veteran, Family Horse and Pony Classes

Best Turned Out Pony and Rider, any height. Rider 17 years and under -1, Mrs Cath Mundell, Braehead Farm, Collin. Rushfield Little Gem

Family Horse or Pony, any height, rider any age -1, Keera McClymont, Strawberry Shortcake

Ponies 148cms and Under

Brood Mare with Foal at foot or having a Foal in 2013 -1, Eleanor Crate, Corkhills Sky Lark; 2, Hugh Paterson, Barnpark, Kirkinner. Miami Mayhem

Foal, to be shown in hand - 1, Hugh Paterson. Miami Crystal; 2, Eleanor Crate, Banksy

Colt, filly or gelding, born in or after 2013 - 1, Zoe Nicholl. Romanno Willow the Wisp; 2, Ann Robertson, Gateside Farm, Craigie. Romanno Rhythm n Blues; 3, H Paterson. Miami Pearl

The Clydesdale Bank Perpetual Challenge Trophy for the Best In hand Pony -1, Eleanor Crate; 2, Zoe Nicholl

The BSPS Mixed Height Novice Show Pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 148 cms - 1, Linda Govan, Kincraif Stables, Tenshillingland, by Ayr. Parkhills Lowland Sambucca; 2, Linda Govan, Little Gemara; 3, James Stuart, Heartview, Blackwood Stables. Rhos Emblem

Show Hunter Ponies

The BSPS Mixed Height Novice Show Hunter Pony, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 153cms, -1, Lucy Gaw, Low Drunskeog, Port William. Miami Hotshot; 2,

The BSPS Mixed Height Open Show Hunter Pony, Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 153cms - 1, Mrs Helen Outram, 19 Rashierig, Broxburn, Barford Razamataz

Supreme Pony Championship

Perpetual Trophy, presented by the late James McKie, Esq, for the Best Riding Pony - 1, Linda Govan. Lowland Sambucca; 2, Eleanor Crate. Corkhill Skylark

Hunters and Riding Horses

Colt, Filly or gelding, born 2014, 2015 or 20136 To be shown in hand - 1, Vicki Harris, Terally Farm, Port Logan, Stranraer. Je M’appelle Bruno; 2, Gemma Gibb, Kilmory, Churchill Avenue, Stranraer. Spotalot Irock; 3, Emma Kennedy, 1 Perryston Cottage, Dunure Road, Ayr. Count Donaldo

In Hand Hunter Championship

Perpetual Trophy, presented by Mrs M McNeill and Miss Kathleen Allan -1, Vicki Harris, Je M’appelle Bruno; 2, Gemma Gibb. Spotalot Irock

Riding Horse, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cms. Riders to have attained their 15th birthday before 1st January in the current year -1, Jennifer Garland, The Manse, 30 Garden Street, Dalrymple, Teddy Bay; 2, James Stuart. Solway Spice

Hunter, Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cms. Riders to have attained their 15th birthday by 1st January in the current year -1, George McMillan, Hillview Cottage, Maybole. Rockhill Carrick Gem; 2, Heater Scott, Errol, 5 Mill Street, Drummore. Moyasta Revie

Hunter and riding Horse Championships Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by the late R M Douglas for the best Ridden Light Horse - 1, Jennifer Garland. Teddy Bay; 2, George McMilllan. Rochill Carrick Gem

Coloured Horse and Ponies

Coloured Horse or Pony, Any height and age,To be show in hand - 1,Mrs Alison McMurdo, 33 Main Street, Ochiltree. Lady of the Dawn; 2, Lehla Partington, Kirklauchline Croft, Stoneykirk. Twentyfour Carat Magic; 3, Elaine McCubbin, Greenahll, Bridge of Dee, Castle Douglas. Jack

Ridden Coloured Horse or Pony, Any height any age -1, Mrs Alison McMurdo, Lady of the Dawn; 2, Lyndsay Wilson, 2 Low Glasnick, Kirkcowan. Dolly Mixture; 3, Lehla Partington. Twentyfour Carat Magic

Perpetual trophy presented by Soleburn Gardens Centre for the best Coloured Horse or Pony -1, Mrs Alison McMurdo, Lady of the Dawn; 2, Lehla Partington. Twentyfour Carat Magic

Supreme Light Horse Championship

The Albert Marshall Perpetual Trophy, presented for Best Exhibit inthe Light Horse section - 1, Linda Govan. Lowland Sambucca; 2, Eleanor Crate. Corkhill Skylark.

Homecrafts, baking, produce and crafts results will be in next week’s Galloway Gazette.