A 92% clearance reflected this season’s continued strength of demand for
Topping the Texels at 5800gns was Haddo Ozone from well known Scottish flock owner Willie Knox from Fyvie. The lamb, by Anglezarke Nimrod, is out of a ewe by Claybury Kruger and was bought by D McPherson, Berwick-on-Tweed.
A ram lamb by Didcot Marvellous from Orkney breeder Keith Hourston, made 5500gns to Norman Douglas, Yarrow, Selkirk while a 4500gns call from four joint buyers secured the day’s champion. John McKerrow (Grougfoot), Kerr Jarvie (Tappanuie), Robert Cockburn (Connachan) and Bruce Renwick (Castlecairn) claimed the Garngour Maestro son from vendors James and Hannah Draper,
The shearling Clary Laddie from J L McMillan, Newton Stewart, south west
This son of Beachy Jack the Lad goes to the Firm of J Maxwell, Fintry. Another Jack the Lad son from the same pen, Clary Licence-to-Kill, realised 2100gns to F and D McVicar, Struchur, Argyll.
A 2005-bred tup that was supreme champion at the breed society’s Carlisle sale in 2006 made 2300gns to