Later Beltex tups collect the bids at Carlisle

Trade is continuing to be largely steady among the Beltex here at Carlisle, but with some of the better pens coming in now some good prices have been achieved.

Selling at 9000gns was one of the picks of the sale for many, Broughton Pound Stretcher. This Corstane Mighty Max son is out of Broughton Magdalena, an Airyolland Kingsize daughter and sold to Messrs McCrabbe for the Ardstewart flock.1282011 Lot 965.JPGThen at 5500gns was Dooley Pierre from David Thornley. This is by Clovis and out of Dun-Mor Kasey and had been breed champion at Great Yorkshire. I believe he sold in a two-way split to Brian Hall and Jock McMillan.1282011 Lot 980.JPGTaking a 4800gns call was Tacherhill Perot from A McKay. This is an Airyolland Kingsize son out of Bishopton Kylie.1282011 Lot 1032.JPGMaking 3600gns when selling to Bryan Ryder was Borderesk Power Point from Anne Story. This is by Airyolland King of Clubs and out of Borderesk Malteaser, an Airyolland Galliano daughter.1282011 Lot 954.JPGFrom the same home at 3200gns was Borderesk Playboy, a Galliano son out of Borderesk Gemini, a Glenkeen Elk daughter.1282011 Lot 953.JPGA 3000gns bid secured Horseclose Power House from James McGarva. This is by Corstane Max and out of Horseclose Gentle, a Beachy Full Throttle daughter. He’d been ninth at this year’s Highland Show.  

And selling for 2200gns was Callacrag Premier, an ET bred Ardstewart Charles son out of Calla Jane, a Newton Haggis daughter.