An Ayrshire scooped the title for heiferSuper. It was the first outing for Brieryside Profiliz Cherry, exhibited byGilmour Lawrie of Brieryside Farm, Ayrshire, who has won the Ayrshire Championship at the show four times, but has never secured overall until now.
The three-year-old is sired a homebred bullBrieryside High Profile and calved three months ago. She is currently giving35kg of milk a day.
The reserve rosette was awarded to RiverdaneTalented Ashlyn, jointly owned by Mark Nuttsford and his father-in-law BillNadin. The homebred three-year-old is sired by Ladino Park Talent ET. She wasplaced champion at Cheshire Show and won first prize junior two-year at theGreat Yorkshire show earlier this season. Ashlyn calved in February and is duewith her second in January.
Co owner Mr Nuttsford hopes to show her atthe European show as a junior three-year-old.