MacGregor Photography

Carlisle – Texels

Trade peaked at 38,000gns at the Solway and Tyne Texel Club sale at Carlisle, with 272 ram lambs averaging out at £1122. A total of 180 shearling rams levelled at £869, while 66 gimmers averaged £589, and 21 ewe lambs sold to average £375.

Below are the top priced lots that we photographed – to view the full selection of pictures taken, or to purchase any, see our Photo Sales section.


Sale topper, the unshown Castlecairn Vavavoom, from Bruce Renwick, which made 38,000gns to Garngour/Teiglum, Glenside and Grougfoot, with Castlecairn retaining a quarter share.


The champion, Garngour Vodka, from the Clarks, made 12,000gns to the pre-sale show judge, John Mellin, Hull House


Selling at 7000gns, Charlie Boden’s Sportsmans Viva Las Vegas, which sold to John Leitch, Cornmore


Robert Cockburn’s Knap Vinnie Jones, also made 7000gns, selling to I Jones, Bryn Clochydd, Corwen & HG and IE Williams, Arddol, Caernarfon


Reaching 6500gns, Aman Vyrnwy, which sold to Strathbogie, Procters, Milnbank and Clinterty


The Hastings’ Courthill Valentino sold at 6000gns to the Alfords at Foxhill Farm, Devon


Milnbank Vince Prince, from Robbie Wilson, sold at 5000gns to Crookholm


This Baltier lamb made 4000gns to HG and IE Williams, Arddol, Caernarfon


Procters Farm’s shearling, Tatham Hall Ur The One, sold at 5000gns to AE Williams and Son, Folly Bank


Angus McColm’s shearling, Crailloch Usain Bolt, sold at 4800gns to RR and M Lawrence, Upper Coton Farm, Nuneaton


The Quick family’s Loosebeare Upright sold at 4400gns to DG and DO Jones and Sons, Ty Fry, Pentraeth


Loosebeare Unique sold at 3500gns to the Pant flock in Gwynedd


This Baltier gimmer, FEB1300260 from Robert Forsyth, sold at 6000gns to Procters

To view the full selection of pictures taken, or to purchase any, see our Photo Sales section.


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