Royal Highland Show ’19 – Sheep Champions
Leading the way in the sheep inter-breed competition at this year’s Royal Highland was the Texel champion, which was selected as best overall by judge Archie MacGregor, Allanfauld.
Triumphing over the 26 sheep breeds was a home-bred gimmer by Teiglum Young Gun, from Douganhill Farms, managed by Brian MacTaggart. Shown by son David, this win marked a return to showing at the Highland for the MacTaggarts, after a 12-year break.
Reserve overall was the North Country Cheviot, a two-crop ewe from the Thomsons at Hownam Grange.
In the pairs contest, the British Rouge duo from Percy Tait won overall, with the Blackfaces from the Ramsays of Milnmark and Finlay Robertson, Crosswoodhill, finishing reserve.
Below are the champions of each breed, followed by the poultry and goat winners, but there are many more…to view them all, head to Photo Sales.
There are many more photographs…to view them all, head to Photo Sales.