First Royal Highland Sheep results

As with the beef classes the judges have been busy in the sheep lines too and the first championships have been decided.

Taking the Suffolk title was Sandy Fraser with a ewe lamb, with Robbie Wilson standing reserve with a tup lamb under judge Kenny Mair.

North Country Cheviot champion was a shearling ewe from the Runciman family, with judge Scott Davies picking a two shear tup from the same home as his reserve.

In the Lleyn classes David Alexander found his champion in the McGowan family’s old ram and resevre was J J Kingan with a shearling ewe.

And the Ryeland classes have been decided too, with Susan Bryden being champion with her older tup and Alison Robinson taking reserve with her ewe lamb.

UPDATE: I’m just back from the lines and have found the one result I was missing from this morning’s classes. The Blackface champion was a shearling tup from the Ramsays, with the reserve being a shearling ewe from the Wights of Midlock.