Stranraer Show Results 2013

Galloway s annual agricultural show season kicked of in style last week with one of the best shows for years at Stranraer.

Blessed with excellent weather for the bulk of the day, the cream of livestock from all over the country gathered at London Road playing fields to strut their stuff in front of a capacity crowd. With bustling trade stands, craft and food stalls and live entertainment, the show was a magnet for locals and holidaymakers. Chairman Charles Service said: It was an excellent day and a very, very good show of livestock.

The the sheep section was of a particularly high standard and we were delighted to host the Beltex Scotland National Show. Exhibitors came from Orkney and Aberdeen for that and we were happy to welcome them to Stranraer after coming such a long way. The entertainment was first class and it was chockablock to watch the bike riders from the Honda s official UK stunt team and the motocross Bolddog Lings.

The dog agility proved very popular with the crowds too. All day long people were coming up to me and saying what a great show it was and I m sure the attendance will be up on last year. I must say I am highly delighted as this must be one of the best shows we ve had for years.

The stock on show was of an excellent quality. Local winners included Mochrum Estates winning the best Belted Galloway, JS Watson from Stoneykirk winning the Ayrshire section, McNeill of Cairnpat winning the Holsteins and the dairy interbreed. In the sheep section, James Wallace, Claycrop, Kirkinner, was thrilled to win the Suffolk championship and Newton Stewart farmer Wallace Parker won the Scotch Mules with Angus McColm, Port William, topping the Texels rankings.

The champion Clydesdale was Forneath Lucky Daisy from C Young, Hall Farm, Ayr, while the champion light horse was Jemoon Tambourin Man ridden by Crosshill s Jennifer Garland. RESULTS CATTLE

Galloways Bull Calf, born on or after 1st Aug 2012 1, Messrs Wallace, Over Barskeogh, Dalry. Heifer calf, born on or after 1st August 2012 1, Messrs Wallace.

Bull Calf, born between 1st Aug 2011 and 1st Aug, 2012 1, Messrs Wallace. Heifer Stirk, born between 1st Aug, 2011 and 1st Aug, 2012 1, Messrs Wallace. Best animal –

Heifer in calf or in milk, born between 1st Aug, 2010 and 1st Aug, 2011 1, Messrs Wallace; 2, Michael McCornick, Barquhill, Wigtown; 3, Neil & Shona McKinnell, Garrarie Farm, Whithorn, Kirkstead Amber U14. Cow in Milk or in Calf 1, Messrs Wallace; 2, Rena Paterson, Low Three Mark, Stoneykirk. Best pair of animals from above classes 1, Messrs Wallace; 2, Michael McCornick.

Female Championship, Best Female exhibited in any of the Classes 1, Messrs Wallace. Male Championship, Best Male exhibited in any of the Classes 1, Michael McCornick.; 2 Messrs Wallace. Perpetual Challenge Trophy, presented by R & A Hannay Ltd, Sheuchan Mills, Stranraer, for the Champion Galloway, Male or Female, from Classes 5, 10 & 11 1, Messrs Wallace; 2, Michael McCornick.

Perpetual Cup, presented by the late James T Ross, Esq, for the best Male of Female bred by Exhibitor and exhibited in any of the Classes 1 to 8 1, Messrs Wallace. Belted Galloways Bull Calf born on or after 1st Aug, 2012 1, Jennifer Taylor, Brae of Gadgirth, Sundrum.

Tobergill, Quantim. Heifer Calf, born on or after 1st Aug, 2012 1, Mr & Mrs A Bell, Clifton Farm, Southwick, Dumfries, Clifton Dahlia, Cairnsmore Domino; 2, Mochrum Estates, Old Place of Mochrum, Port William, Mochrum Lilac 6th. Bull calf born between 1st August 2011 and 1st August 2012 1, Mr & Mrs A Bell, Clifton Alexander.

Heifer Stirk, born between 1st Aug, 2011 and 1st Aug, 2012 1, Jennifer Taylor. Tobergill Pocahontas, sire Whitepool Warlord; 2, Jennifer Taylor, Tobergill Poppy; 3, B&J Landers, Bargaly Farm, Palnure, Newton Stewart, Cairnsmore Wisner Riding Hood. Best animal from clasees 14-17 1, Jennifer Taylor.

Heifer in calf or in milk, born between 1st Aug, 2010 and 1st Aug, 2011 1, Mochrum Estates. Cow in milk or in calf 1, Mochrum Estates, Mochrum Lila; 2, Mr & Mrs A Bell, Clifton Daffodil. Bull, born before 1st Aug, 2011 – 1, B&J Landers, Cairnsmore Fan Dandy.

Best pair of animals from above Classes -1, Mochrum Estates; 2, Jennifer Taylor; 3, Mr & Mrs A Bell. Female Championship, Best Female exhibited in any of the Classes 1, Mochrum Estates; 2, Jennifer Taylor. Best male 1, B&J Landers; 2, Jennifer Taylor.

The McCulloch Perpetual Trophy presented by Mr Alistair McCulloch for the best Belted Galloway 1, Mochrum Estates; 2, B&J Landers. Native Beef Breeds Bull Calf, born on or after 1st Aug, 2012 1, W&EI Brown, Laigh Drumdow, Turnberry, Drumdow Roddy; 2, J&JS Douglas, Mains of Airies, Kirkcolm, Ervie Advance 131625.

Heifer Calf, born on or after 1st Aug, 2012 1, J&JS Douglas, Ervie Peach. Bull calf born between 1 August 2011 and 1 August 2012 – 1, W&EI Brown, Drumdow Powerplus M871; 2, B&J Landers, Cairnsmore Ferari. Heifer Stirk, born between 1st Aug, 2011 and 1st Aug, 2012 1, W&EI Brown, Drumdow Rosemary M876; 2, B&J Landers, Cairnsmore Flavia Caral; 3, J&JS Douglas, Ervie Peach.

Best animal from classes 27 30 junior champion W&EI Brown, Drumdow Powerplus M871. Heifer, In Calf or In Milk, born between 1st Aug, 2010 and 1st Aug, 2011 1, Miss JA Gowie, Gatehouse, Copelaw Coco; 2, B&J Landers, Bargaly, Cairnsmore Eloise Scarlet. Cow, In Milk or In Calf 1, W & EI Brown.

Drumdow Rosemary K717; 2, J & JS Douglas. Ervie Peach D849. Best Pair of Animals from above Classes 1, J & JS Douglas.

Female Championship, Best Female exhibited in any of the Classes 1, Miss JA Cowie, Copelaw Coco; 2, B&J Landers, Eloise Scarlet. Male Championship, Best Male exhibited in any of the Classes 1, W&EI Brown, Drumdow Powerplus; 2, W&EI Brown, Drumdow Roddy. Ailsa Perpetual Trophy, presented by J B Hinds, Craigie Mains for Champion Animals, Male or Female, from Classes 31, 36 and 37 1, W & EI Brown.

Drumdow Powerplus; 2, Miss JA Cowie, Copelaw Coco. Continental Beef Breeds Bull Calf born on or after 1 August 2012 -1, David Cook, The Bothy, Tormitchell, Pinmore; 2, AK Brooke, Carsecreugh, Glenluce; 3, A Clark & Son, West Glengyre, Leswalt, Glengyre Hamilton.

Heifer Calf born on or after 1 August 2012 1, A Clark & Son. Bull Calf born between 1 August 2011 and 1 August 2012 1, A K Brooke; 2, Hamilton Farms, Killumpha Farms, Port Logan, Killumpha Dennis; 3, Hamilton Farms, Killumpha Dale. Heifer Stirk born between 1 August 2011 and 1 August 2012 1, Mr Martin Duffy, Awhirk Farm, Lochans, Bonnie Braes Halo; 2, Mr Martin Duffy, Bonnie Braes Hailie; 3, AK Brooke.

Best animal from Classes 40-43 -1, AK Brooke. Heifer, In Calf or In Milk born between 1 August 2010 and 1 August 2011 -RT Oxley, Barholm Mains, Creetown, Tweeddale Glamour Gigi; 2, RT Oxley, Tweeddale Glamour Girl; 3, BJ Haigh, Airyhemming, Glenluce. Cow in Milk or In Calf -1, BJ Haigh, Airyhemming, Glenlue; 2, A Clarke & Son, Rumsden Velvet.

Best Pair of Animals -1, RT Oxley; 2, AK Brooke; 3, Mr Martin Duffy. Female Championship Best Female exhibited in any of the Classes RT Oxley & Co.

Tweeddale Gigi. Male Championships Best Male exhibited in any of the Classes AK Brooke.

Supreme Championships Whitecrook Rosebowl, presented for annaul competition by Doctors Robin and Mary Stevenson, Ardinning, Strathblane, and re-presented for perpetual competition by Mr B G Allan, Glenturk, Wigtown, for the champion animal male or female from Classes 44, 49 and 50. – 1, AK Brooke; 2, RT Oxley. Commercial Cattle

Best commercial female calf under 1 year old 1, Mr James Forsyth, Mid Bishopton, Whithorn; 2, A & E Vance, Bridgehouse Farm, Whithorn. Best commercial male calf under 1 year old 1, A& E Vance; 2, AT&W McKeown, Cairnbowie Farm, Kirkcolm; 3, A Clarke & Son. Best animal from classes 52 53 1, Mr James Forsyth; 2, A&E Vance.

Best continental heifer over 1 year old 1, James Nesbit, Sorn Mains, Sorn Laura; 2, Hyslop & Richardson; Balluskie, Barrhill, Miss Money Penny; 3, J Hodge, Dykes Farm, Auchinleck, Bootylicious. Best continental steer over 1 year old -1, Hyslop & Richardson; 2, J Paterson & Son, Low Three Mark, Stoneykirk, Ginger Snap; 3, J Paterson & Son, Razzle Dazzle. Supreme Championship.

Luce Bay Rosebowl perpetual trophy for champion commercial exhibit 1, James Nisbet; 2, Hyslop & Richardson. Ayrshires Heifer Calf, born on or after 1st Aug, 2011 1, MW & A Stevenson, Kirkminnoch, Dunragit.

Stevenson s Susi 22nd; 2, MW&A Steveson, Stevenson s Bess 60th; 3, Allan C Clark, Fineview Farm, Glenluce, Fineview Crown Melanie. Heifer Stirk, born after 1st Aug, 2010 1, MW&A Stevenson, Stevenson s Lauren 12th; 2, A&WA McWilliam, Colfin, Stranraer, Colfin Dewdrop 12; 3, Allan C Clark, Fineview Rostourn Oyster. Pair of Animals from Classes 64 and 65 1&2, MW&A Stevenson.

McWilliam Cup, presented by H & J McWilliam, Low Barnultoch, for Best Exhibitor Bred Ayrshire Female under two years of age at date of Show 1, M W & A Stevenson. Stevenson Lauren 12th. Ayrshire Cattle Club Heifer Derby Perpetual Cup presented by the Wigtownshire Ayrshire Cattle Club.

Confined to members of the Wigtownshire Ayrshire Cattle Club, heifer in milk or calf (a) for heifers in calf under 3 years; (b) for heifers in milk to have calved under 3 years 1 (a), Walter A McDowall & Son, Culroy, Dunragit; 1 (b) Messrs JS Watson, High Mark, Leswalt, High Mark Chancer Snady Rose, sire Barr Chancer; 2 (b), Allan C Clark, Fineview Prodigy April, sire Green Lane Prodigy; 3 (b), MW&A Stevenson, Stevenson s Nova 77 sire Savard Red. Junior Cow, (a) in Milk (to have had second calf) ; (b) in calf to be carrying second calf 1 (a), Allan C Clark, Fineview Brazen April; 2 (a), Messrs J S Watson, High Mark Jurist Melanie; 3 (a), C&S Service, Moorpark, Sandhead, Carsenaw Kirsty 44. Junior Cow, in Calf (to be carrying her second calf) -1(b) Wellhouse Jerseys.

Senior Cow, In Milk (to have had a least three calves) -1,MW&A Stevenson, Stevenson s White Lady; 2, A&WA McWilliam, Colfin Jazz; 3, Messrs JS Watson, Barr Sandy Rose 34. Perpetual Centenary Shield, presented by the Ayrshire Cattle Society of Great Britain and Ireland, for the Cow which, in any one lactation, has given a minimum of 240 litres of butterfat and which has calved again within 13 months. Milk Record Certificates required 1, M W & A Stevenson, Stevenson s White Lady; 2, A&WA McWilliam, Colfin Jazz; 3, Alla C Clark, Fineview Brazen April.

Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by the late Sir Mark McTaggart Stewart for Best Officially Mild Recorded Ayrshire Cow or Heifer in the Show with a PIN of 5 or better 1, M W & A Stevenson; 2, Allan c Clark; 3, A&WA McWilliam. Perpetual Challenge Cup, donated by the Galloway Produce Society for group of Three Females from the stock of the exhibitor and shown in any of the Ayrshire Classes 1, Messrs JS Watson, High Mark Chancer Sandy Rose; 2, C&S Service, Carsenaw Eunice 34. Female Championships

Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by Stranraer Town Council, for the Best Female bred by Exhibitor 1, Messrs JS Watson, High Mark Chancer Sandy Rose; 2, C&S Service, Carsenaw Eunice 34. Trophy, presented by the late John Wallace Esq, Kildrochat, for the Best Ayrshire Female. Re presented for perpetual competition by the late James Hair Esq, Balyett.

1, Messrs JS Watson, High Mark Chancer Sandy Rose; 2, C&S Service, Carsenaw Eunice 34. Perpetual Championship Cup, presented by the late James McMiken Esq, for the Best Female Exhibited in any of the Classes 1, Messrs JS Watson, High Mark Chancer Sandy Rose; 2, C&S Service, Carsenaw Eunice 34. Supreme Championship

Perpetual Trophy, presented by the Wigtownshire Ayrshire Breeders for the Supreme Champion Ayrshire Female , 1, Messrs JS Watson, High Mark Chancer Sandy Rose; 2, C&S Service, Carsenaw Eunice 34. Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by the late Robert Kerr Esq, Ochtrelure, to be presented annually to Exhibitor gaining most points in the Ayrshire Section (excluding Championships) 1, Messrs JS Watson, High Mark Chancer Sandy Rose; 2, C&S Service, Carsenaw Eunice 34. Jersey Cattle

Heifer Calf, born on or after 1st Aug, 2012 1, Robert Bucannan, Laigh Kilphin, Ballantrae. Tintoview Governor Leanne; 2, Wellhouse Jerseys, Wellhouse Kirkcolm. Heifers (a) In Calf ( to be under 3 years old) or (b) in milk 1(a), Robert Buchanan; 1(b), Wellhouse Jerseys; 2(b), Robert Buchanan, Homeland on Time Java.

Cow (a) In calf or (b) in milk 1(a)&1(b)&2(b) Wellhouse Jerseys; 3 (b) BJ Haigh, Airyhemming, Glenluce. Pair of Animals from Classes79, 80, 81 or 82 1, Wellhouse Jerseys; 2, Robert Buchannan. Supreme Championship

Perpetual Trophy presented by Stranraer Show for the Supreme Champion Jersey 1, Wellhouse Jerseys. Perpetual Trophy presented by Allan Clark for the Best Exhibitor Bred Jersey 1, Wellhouse Jerseys. Any Other Pure Dairy Breed (Open to breeds not already listed in schedule)

Heifer Stirk 1, R & S McColm. High Boreland, Lochans, Soulseat Jackpot Melissa. Heifer, In calf (to be under 3 years old) -1, R & S McColm.

Soulseat Pitagora Molly. Cow, In milk -1, R & S McColm, Soulseat Jublend Beatrice; 2, R&S McColm, Soulseat Event Candy; 3, Robert Buchanan, Tintoview Emblem Fairy. Pair of animals from 86,87,88 or 89 1, R&S McColm.

Supreme Champion McConnell Perpetual Trophy presented by Mr Peter McConnell for best animal 1, R&S McColm, Soulseat Jublend Beatrice; 2, Soulseat Event Candy. Holstein Cattle Heifer Calf, born on or after 1st Dec, 2012 1, A McKay & D Sloan, North Milton; Glenluce, Low Malzie Shottle Jean 4; 2, A McKay & D Sloan, Low Malzie Shottle Betty 3; 3, R&A Agnew, West Dhuloch Farm, Kirkcolm, Dhuloch Goldseal Violet.

Heifer, born on or after 1st Aug, 2012 and before 30th Nov, 2012 1 , R&A Agnew, Dhuloch Goldseal Adele; 2, Robert Buchanan, Laigh Kilphin, Ballantrae, Tintoview Obamam Alyson 2; 3, R&A Agnew, Dhuloch Goldseal Marie. In Calf Heifer to calve at no more than 32 months of age – 1, R&A Agnew, Bridge End Jordan Raven. SAI Trophy for Best Animal from Classes 92 to 95 1, R&A Agnew, Dhuloch Goldseal Adele.

Senior dry cow 1, Robert Buchanan. Heifer in milk 1, Firm of JM Howie, Wellhouse, Kirkcolml 2, John & Rachel Richardson, High Weirston, Kirkcolm; 3, Messrs R McNeil, Cairnpat, Lochans, Cairnpat Marketeer Loren. Junior Cow In Milk having calved twice (Ardwell Trophy) 1, Messrs R McNeill.

Cairnpat Bolton Iris; 2, John & Rachel Richardson, Weirston Minister Alison VG87; 3, R&A Agnew, West Dhuloch Farm, Kirkcolm, Kepculloch Bradley Irina. Senior Cow In Milk having calved 3 times or more 1, John & Rachel Richardson, Weirston Shottle Annis EX 93; 2, Firm of J M Howie; 3, Messrs R McBeil, Cairnpat Champion Victoria. Cow having produced more than 8000kg of milk in any 305 day lactation 1, Messrs R McNeil, Cairnpat Bolton Iris; 2, John & Rachel Richardson, Weirston Shottle Annis EX93; 3, John & Rachel Richardson, Weirston Minister Alison VG87.

Pair of Females from same herd 1, J & R Richardson; 2, Messrs R McNeill; 3, Firm of JM Howie. Group of 3 Animals from same herd 1, J & R Richardson; 2, Messrs R McNeill; 3, R & A Agnew. Hutchison & McCreath Trophy for Best Animal exhibited in the Section Messrs R McNeill.

Challoch Trophy presented by the late Mr John Oldfield for Best Animal bred by Exhibitor Messrs R McNeill. Dairy Inter Breed Best Dairy Calf, under one year old.

Any breed. Perpetual Trophy awarded by William Stevenson, Kirminnoch 1, R&A Agnew; 2, R&S McColm; 3, MW&A Stevenson. Dairy Young Handlers Competition.

Aged 10 years and under. Wellhouse Trophy presented by the Howie family, Wellhouse. A rosette and a medal to commemorate the Olympic Year for every Young Handler entered 1, MW&A Stevenson, Stevenson s Susi 22; 2, R&A Agnew, Dhuloch Goldseal Violet; 3, Messrs JS Watson, Maxwell Wyllie.

Dairy Young Handlers Competition. Aged 11 or over, up to 15 years of age. Cup donated by Norvite Feed Supplements.

A rosette and a medal to commemorate the Olympic Year for every Young Handler entered 1, Robert Buchanan, Douglas Buchanan; 2, Robert Buchanan, Ailsa Buchanan; 3, R&S McColm, Soulseat Jackpot Melissa. The Royal Bank of Scotland Inter Breed Heifer Derby for Dairy Heifers registered with the respective Breed Societies. Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland 1, Messrs JS Watson, High Mark, Leswalt, High Mark Chancer Sandy Rose; 2, Firm of JM Howie; 3, Robert Buchanan, Holmland on Time Java.

Perpetual Silver Salver presented by Stranraer and Rhins of Galloway Milk Recording Society. Best Dairy Cow In Calf or In Milk. All entries in this Class must have been shows in their own breed classes 1, Messrs R McNeil, Cairnpat, Lochans, Cairnpat Bolton iris; 2, Wellhouse Jerseys; 3, Wellhouse Jerseys.

Dairy Inter Breed Championship Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented by the Lindsay Family for the Best Animal from the Dairy Cattle Breeds participating in the Show. Animals eligible to compete will be the Supreme Champions only 1, Messrs R McNeil; 2, Messrs JS Watson.

SHEEP Blackface Sheep Tup, Two Shear and upwards 1, G.S.

McClymont, Cuil, Newton Stewart; 2, Drannandow Farms, Minnigaff, Newton Stewart; 3, Chirmorrie Enterprises Ltd., Chirmorrie Farm, Barrhill, Girvan Shearling Tup 1, W. Ramsay & Son, Milnmark, Dalry; 2, Chirmorrie Enterprises Ltd.; 3, James Mitchell & Son, Little Larg, New Luce.

Tup Lamb 1, William Stevenson & Son, Auchenflower Farm, Ballantrae; 2, Drannadow Farms; 3, James Mitchell & Son. Ewe, not less than Two Shear, rearing a lamb this season – 1&3, W. Ramsay & Son; J. & F.

Burns, Craignell, New Galloway. Gimmer or Shearling Ewe 1, W. Ramsay & Son; 2, L. & D.

Hair, Drumbreddan, Ardwell, Stranraer; 3, G.S. McClymont. Ewe Lamb 1, G.S.

McClymont; 2, L. & D. Hair; 3, Drannandow Farms. Group of 3 sheep from different Classes 1, G.S.

McClymont; 2, L. & D. Hair; 3, Drannandow Farms. Supreme Champion

Perpetual Championship Cup, presented by the late J P Tully Esq for the Best Blackface Sheep at the Show – 1, W. Ramsay & Son (and reserve). Ewe and Shearling Tup.

Best Sheep of the opposite sex to the Champion 1, W. Ramsay & Son. Shearling Tup.

Suffolk Sheep Aged Ram or Shearling Ram 1, J.R. McKay & Son, Broughton Mains; 2&3, P. & A.

Wilson, Spoutwells Farm, Stranraer, Castle Douglas. Ram Lamb 1, James I.A. Wallace, Claycrop Farm, Kirkinner; 2, Tom Fitzsimon, Sunnyhill Farm, Holywood, Dumfries; 3, J.T.

Cannon, Redbrae Farm, Wigtown. Ewe 1, J.T. Cannon; 2, James I.A.

Wallace. Gimmer 1, J.T. Cannon; 2, James I.A.

Wallace. Ewe Lamb 1&2, J.T. Cannon; 3, James I.A.

Wallace. Group of 3 sheep from different Classes 1, James I.A. Wallace; 2, J.T.

Cannon; 3, J.R. McKay & Son. Supreme Championship

Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by A McLelland & Son Ltd, for Best Male or Female exhibited in any of the Classes 1, James I.A. Wallace; 2, J.T. Cannon.

Ewe. Border Leicester Sheep Aged Ram or Shearling Ram , D.

Walker, Alticane, Pinwherry, Girvan; 2, John B. Barrowman, North Knockglass, Stranraer. Ram Lamb 1, John B.

Barrowman. Ewe 1, D. Walker; 2&3, John B.

Barrowman. Gimmer 1, D. Walker; 2, John B.

Barrowman. Ewe Lamb 1, W. & T. Nelson, High Kilphin, Ballantrae; 2, D.

Walker; 3, John B. Barrowman. Group of 3 sheep from different Classes 1, John B.

Barrowman; 2, D. Walker. Blue Faced Leicester Breed

Shearling Ram 1.William Barrowman, Mid Knockglass, Stranraer; 2, Wallace Parker, Old Hall, Newton Stewart; 3, R. & I. Watson, High Borgue, Borgue, Kirkcudbright. Ram Lamb 1, William Barrowman.

Ewe 1, W. & R. Kerr & Son, Sauchrie Mains, Maybole; 2, Robert Wallace, Macherquhat Farm, Ballantrae; 3, William Barrowman. Gimmer 1, W. & R.

Kerr & Son; 2, Robert Wallace; 3, William Barrowman. Ewe Lamb 1, Wallace Parker; 2&3, William Barrowman. The Eric McCaig Perpetual Rosebowl for the Best Male or Female 1, W. & R.

Kerr & Son. Ewe; 2, Wallace Parker. Ewe Lamb.

Scotch Mules Single Scotch Mule Ewe Lamb 1&2, W. & R. Kerr & Son; 3, Kirsty Donnan, Knockiebae Farm, New Luce.

Single Scotch Mule Gimmer 1&3, George W. Allan, Bogside Cottage, Ochiltree; 2, Wallace Parker. Scotch Mule Ewe 1, Wallace Parker; 2, Euan McQuistin, Barnshangan, New Luce.

Pen of three Lambs 1, Wallace Parker; 2, W. & R. Kerr & Son; 3, Kirsty Donnan. Supreme Championship

The Royal Bank of Scotland Perpetual Trophy for Best Scotch Mule – 1, Wallace Parker (and reserve). Pen of three Lambs and Scotch Mule Ewe. Any Other Pure Breed Accredited & Non-Accredited

Aged Ram or Shearling Ram 1, C. & H. Duffy, The Smiddy Bungalow, Dunragit; 2, G. & H. Forsyth, Corra Farm, Castle Douglas; 3, B. & J.

Landers, Bargaly Farm, Palnure, Newton Stewart. Lamb 1, G. & H. Forsyth; 2, C. & H.

Duffy; 3, B. & J. Landers. Ewe or Gimmer 1, Jim & Wallace Kennedy, Lyonpark, Maybole; 2, G. & H.

Forsyth; 3, B. & J. Landers. Group of 3 sheep from different Classes 1, C. & H.

Duffy; 2, G. & H. Forsyth; 3, A. & F. McCornick, Ardachie Farm, Kirkcowan.

Pair of prime lambs by a Beltex Sire (Non-Accredited sheep only) – 1, Jack Milroy, Kirranrae, Kirkcolm, Stranraer. Supreme Champion Best male or female exhibited in any of these Classes.

Perpetual Trophy presented by A. & M. Wilson, Kirklauchline 1, ; 2, Texel Breed

Shearling Ram 1, D. Walker; 2, A. & E. Vance, Bridgehouse Farm, Whithorn; 3, James Maxwell, Garlieston.

Ram Lamb 1&3, Daniel Hair, Drumbreddan Farm, Ardwell; 2, A. McColm, Crailloch, Port William. Ewe 1&2, D.

Walker; 3, James Maxwell. Gimmer 1, A. & E. Vance; 2&3, A.

McColm. Ewe Lamb 1&2, A. McColm; 3, A. & E.

Vance. Group of 3 sheep from different Classes 1, A. McColm; 2, D.

Walker; 3, A. & E. Vance. Supreme Championship

The James Wyllie Perpetual Trophy for the Best Male or Female exhibited in any of the Classes 1, A McColm. Ewe lamb. Solway and Tyne Breeders Trophy for the Best Sheep exhibited by breeder 1, A McColm.

Ewe Lamb; 2, A, & E. Vance. Gimmer.

Beltex Breed Aged Ram 1, S. Wood, G. & F.

Burke, A. & J. Alston & B. & D. Wylie; 2, Andrew Baillie, Carstairs Mains, Carstairs, Lanark; 3, A. & J.

Campbell, Carsewalloch Farm, Creetown. Shearling Ram 1, Mr Grant Anderson, Nether Stennies Farm, Carrutherstown, Dumfries; 2, G. & H. Forsyth; 3, G. & S.

Sinclair, Carnavel Farm, Carsphairn, Castle Douglas. Ram Lamb 1, A. & V. Copland, Overhouse, Harray, Orkney; 2, J.

L. McMillan, Carse of Clary, Newton Stewart; 3, Jim & Wallace Kennedy. Ewe 1, R.T.

Wood, Kingledores Farm, Biggar; 2, Stuart Wood, Woolhillock, Skene, Aberdeenshire; 3, Graham & Fiona Burke, Cairndrum Cottage, By Edzell, Brechin. Gimmer 1, R.T. Wood; 2, Stuart Wood; 3, A. & J.

Alston, Chapelton of Menmuir, Brechin, Angus. Ewe Lamb 1, M. Dunlop, Corstain, Broughton, Biggar; 2, G. & S.

Sinclair; 3, J.L. McMillan. Group of 3 sheep 1, Graham & Fiona Burke; 2, Stuart Wood; 3, J.L.

McMillan. Best pair of exhibits by same sire 1, Graham & Fiona Burke; 2, Jim & Wallace Kennedy; 3, Andrew Baillie. Pair of prime lambs by a Beltex Sire 1&2, Jim & Wallace; 3, Andrew Baillie.

Female Championship Best Female exhibited in any of the Classes. Trophy presented by The Beltex Scotland Club 1, R.T.

Wood (and reserve). Gimmer and Group of three Sheep. Male Championship

Best Male exhibited in any of the Classes. Trophy presented by The Beltex Scotland Club 1, S. Wood, G. & F.

Burke, A. & J. Alston & B. & D. Wylie.

Aged Ram; 2, A. & V. Copeland. Ram Lamb.

Supreme Championship The Airyolland Trophy presented by Neale and Janet McQuistin for the Best Male or Female Beltex exhibited in any of the Classes 1, R.T. Wood.

Gimmer; 2, S. Wood, G. & F. Burke, A. & J.

Alston & B. & D. Wylie. Aged Ram.

Beef Young Handler – 1, Megan Forsyth, 2, Robbie Brooke, 3, Hamish Bell. Beef Interbreed Champion – Messrs Wallace, Over Barskeoch, Dalry with a Galloway heifer Ureaka of Over Barskeoch. It was her first time out this year and she was reserve champion at the Galloway National Show, Glenkens Show and Stranraer Show 2012.

Reserve: Belted Galloway from Mochrum Estates, Old Place of Mochrum, Port William. Robert Kerr Cup for most points in the Ayrshire Cattle Section – MW & A Stevenson, Kirminnoch, Dunragit Flobay Cup for most points in the Holstein Cattle Section – John & Rachel Richardson, High Weirston, Leswalt

Dairy Young Handler (Aged 10 years & Under) Wilson Sloan, North Milton Glenluce Dairy Young Handler (Aged 11 to 15 years) Douglas Buchanan, Laigh Kilphin, Ballantrae Sheep Interbreed Champion – Jim & Wallace Kennedy Lyonpark, Maybole with a Charollais Gimmer which they bought as a ewe lamb at Worcester.

She was unbeaten as a ewe lamb at shows in Northern Ireland and this year has been Overall Champion at Newmills Show and Champion of Champions at Straiton Show. Reserve Champion was a Blackface Ewe from W Ramsay & Son Milnmark, Dalry who was second at this year s Royal Highland Show. Horses

Clydesdales Yeld Mare -1, Miss C Young, Hall Farm, by Ayr. Forneath Lucky Daisy; 2, Mrs Helen McMiken, Upper Barr Farm, Newton Stewart.

Luce Bay Flossie; 3, Seona McKie, High Threave, Kirkcowan. Threave Destiny. Gelding.

Three-year-old or upwards, for agricultural purposes. Clydesdale Breeders Perpetual Trophy for the best gelding – 1, Hugh Ramsay, Millisle, Garlieston. Spot On; 2, Robert Campbell, Mains of Tywnholm, Twynholm.

Mains of Twynholm Hamish. One-year-old Filly -1, Burks & Pettigrew, Cryston, Glasgow. Glebeview Emma; 2, William Gemmell, Holmhead of Boreland, Kirkcowan.

Holmhead Millie. Twio-year-old Filly – 1, William Gemmell. Harwell Miss Molly.

Perpetual Cup presented by the late William Nay Esq, for the best one or two-year-old Filly, bred by Exhibitor -1, William Gemmell. One or two-year-old Male Clydesdale Trophy, presented by James Wyllie & Sons (Grain Merchants) Ltd and re-presented for perpetual competition by the Torbet family, Whitecrook, for the best one or two-year-old male Clydesdale -1, J Adamson, Netherinay Farm, Milton of Campsie; 2, Burks & Pettigrew. Woodhouse Mr Brightside; 3, Hugh Ramsay, Cracker.

Clydesdale Horse Society Shield, awarded to the best yearling or two-year-old Colt or Filly, registered or eligible for registration with the Society, not having won a shield before in its lifetime. The Exhibitor must be a current member of the Clydesdale Horse Society Clydesdale Colt Foal -1, William Gemmell, Holmhead Jack; 2, Hugh Ramsay, Bobby; 3, Annette Noble, Millisle, Garlieston, Buddy.

Clydesdale Filly Foal -1, Douglas Bros, Barlauchlan Farm, Newton Stewart, Barlauchlan Highland Queen. Perpetual Shield presented by Alex Stewart Esq, for the best Foal, male or female 1, Brood Mare, for agricultural purposes, having a Foal at foot, or to have had a Foal in the present year.

Robert Hilland Trophy presented for Best Brood Mare -1, Douglas Bros, Barlauchan Lucky Charm; 2, Mrs Helen McMiken, Ingleston Ellie; 3, William Gemmell, Ingleston Crystal. Pair of draught male or female Clydesdales of two-year-old or upwards -1, Mrs Helen McMiken. Mare or Gelding.

Four-years-old and over, shown under saddle -1, Hugh Ramsay. Young Handlers Class. An engraved medal is presented by The Clydesdale Horse Society to the best young handler aged 12 to 16 on the day of the Show who has not already qualified in 2013 -1 & 2, Burks & Pettigrew; 3, Hugh Ramsay.

Female Championships Perpetual Cup, presented by the late Captain Alexander McLauchlin for Best Clydesdale Female exhibited in any of the Classes – Champion – Miss C Young, Forneath Lucky Daisy; Reserve- Douglas Bros, Barlauchlan Lucky Charm. Male Championships

Best Male Animal exhibited in any of the Classes – Champion, J Adamson; Reserve – Burks & Pettigrew, Woodhouse Mr Brightside Supreme Championships Perpetual Champion Cup presented by James Ferguson, Esq, Woodlea House, Bonnybridge, for the best Clydesdale – Champion – Miss C Young, Forneath Lucky Daisy; Reserve- Douglas Bros, Barlauchlan Lucky Charm.

Clydesdale Breeders centenary Perpetual Cup for the Best Clydesdale bred by an Exhibitor in any of the Classes – Andrew T Love Perpetual Memorial Trophy presented for the Best Heavy Horse Turnout Hugh Ramsay. Light Horses and Ponies

Mountain & Moorland Ridden The BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Novice Ridden Mixed Breeds Class. Registered rure bred ponies 4 years or over.

Rider any age – 1, Miss L Jarvis, Kilmarnock, Hengwys Cymro; 2, Harry Rodgers, Redrock House, Stranraer, Stdferff Maeve; 3, Julia Whitaker, Maidens, Moorpark Blueberry. The BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Open Ridden Mixed Breeds Class. Registered pure bred ponies 4 years or over.

Riders any age -1, Mrs Alvean Kerr, Sauchrie Mains, Maybole, Maypark Rainbow; 2, Julia Whitaker, Heather of Glenshian. The BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Ridden Championship. Open to ponies that have been placed 1st or 2nd in the Heritage Ridden Classes.

Rogersports Perpetual Trophy for best Exhibit in Mountain & Moorland Ridden Classes -1, Mrs Alvean Kerr, Maypark Rainbow; 2, Miss L Jarvis, Hengwys Cymro. Mountain & Moorland In Hand Registered Mountain & Moorland Mixed Breeds, Colt, Filly or Gelding, 1, 2 or 3 years old to be shown in-hand -1, Brian M Hyslop, Maxwelltown Farm, Irongray, Dumfries, Maxwellton Monet; 2, Eleanor Crate, Holehouse Cottage, Hollybush, Ayr, Fwrog Amy; 3, Jane C McCulloch, Maybole, Carrick Lord Benbecula.

Registered Mountain & Moorland Mixed Breeds, Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. To be shown in hand -1, Julia Whitaker, Heather of Gelnshian; 2, Eleanor Crate, Dorgan Velissa; 3, Mrs C McDowall, Ayr, Huttons Ambo Country Star. Perpetual Trophy presented by Hugh Aitken, Esq, for best Shetland Pony -1, Mrs Angela McConnell, Gass Farm, Glenluce Vallum Petrushka

The Highland Pony News perpetual Trophy for the best Highland Pony Exhibit -1, Julia Whitaker, Heather of Glenshian. The Blue Peter Hotel Trophy presented by Mrs Ruth Murray, for the Best Fell Pony -1, The Mosscroft Perpetual Trophy and special rosette awarded by Dr Joy Faulkner for highest placed pure bred registered pony shown by exhibitor residing in Wigtownshire (DG8 & DG9 postcode areas) -1, Miss S Service, Balgreggan Mains, Sandhead, Pantymel Tim.

Mountain & Moorland In hand Championship Best Exhibit in Mountain & Moorland In hand Classes. Open to ponies 1st or 2nd in the Mountain and Moorland In hand Classes -1, Julia Whitaker, Heather of Glenshian; 2, Eleanor Crate, Dorgan Velissa.

Supreme Mountain & Moorland Championship The Findlay Perpetual Trophy for the best Native Pony exhibited in the Mountain & Moorland section -1, Mrs Alvean Kerr, Maypark Rainbow; 2, Julia Whitaker, Heather of Glenshian. Best Turned Out, Veteran, Family Horse and Pony Classes

Mountain & Moorland Lead Rein Mare of gelding 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cms. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1st January in the current year -1, Mrs Helen Outram, Brocburn, West Lothian, Ringstean Yvonne; 2, Marion Kay, Muirhouse, Seaview Farm, Port William, Lacy Oliver; 3, Mrs Helen McMiken, Upper Barr Farm, Newton Stewart, Dyfed Spark. Mountain & Moorland First year First Ridden Mare or gelding 4 years old or over, not exceeding 128cms.

Riders not have attained their 12th birthday before 1st January in the current year -1, Miss L Jarvis, Kilmarnock, Hengwys Cymro; 2, Miss S Service, Balgreggan Farm, Sandhead, Pantymel Tim; 3, Mrs Helen McMiken, Upper Barr Farm, Newton Stewart, Dyfed Spark. Unregistered In hand Mountain & Moorland Pony, any age -1, Sharon McClurg, Sharon s Stables, Carigenquarroch Farm, Lochans, Twilight Amber; 2, Sean O Hagan, Carty Port, Newton Stewart, Merlin s Magic; 3, Chantelle Allison, Cairnerzean Farm, New Luce. Unregistered Ridden Mountain & Moorland Pony, 4 years old and over – 1, Sean O Hagan, Merlin s Magic.

The High House Perpetual Trophy and special rosette awarded by Mrs Sue Mattison for the highest placed unregistered Mountain & Moorland pony. Shown by and exhibitor residing in the Wigtownshire area (DG8 & DG9 postcodes) -1, Sharon McClurg. Best Turned Out Pony and Rider, any height.

Rider 17 years and under -1, Mrs Helen Outram, Bronheulog Charmer; 2, Miss S Service, Pantymel Tim; 3, Marion Kay, Lacy Oliver. Veteran Horse or Pony, 20 years or over, in hand or ridden 1, Anne Jolly, Calgow Farm, Newton Stewart, Lucky Strike; 2, Chantelle Allison, Ceilidh Dancer; 3, Mrs Margaret Muirhead, Stranrer, Dusky Moon. Family Horse or Pony, any height, rider any age -1, Saskia Brown, Stranraer, Patch Work Kid; 2, Susan Fitton, Ash Trees, Dunragit, Blue Shadow; 3, Caitlin McKie, Stranraer, Holmlea Dapper.

Ponies 148cms and Under Brood Mare with Foal at foot or having a Foal in 2013 -1, Judith Copeland, Glenluce, Copperhalt Star Comedy; 2, Eleanor Crate, Holehouse Cottage, Hollybush, Ayr, Dorgan Velissa; Foal, to be shown in hand – 1, Eleanor Crate, Dunaskin Rohan; 2, Judith Copeland, Glenluce, Stairhaven Millie; 3, Rachel Burns, Blair Farm, Barrhill, Burnside Enya.

Colt, Filly or Gelding, born inor after 2009 -1, Eleanor Crate, Dunaskin Rivendell. The Clydesdale Bank Perpetual Challenge Trophy for the Best In hand Pony -1, Eleanor Crate, Dunaskin Rohan; 2, Eleanor Crate, Dunaskin Rivendell, Eleanor Crate, Dorgan Velissa. The BSPS Leading Rein Pony, mare of Gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cms.

Rider not to have attained their 8th birthday before 1st January in the current year -1, James Stuart, Heartview, Blackwood Stables, Carrutherstown, Dumfries, Maypole Stargate; 2, Hugh Ramsay, Millisle Farm, Garliston, Millisle Brandy; 3, Mrs Angela McConnell, Gass Farm, Glenluce, Waithwith Shon. The BSPS First Ridden Pony, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 122cms. Riders not to have attained their 10th birthday before 1st January in the current year -1, James Stuart, Maypole Stargate.

The BSPS Open Mini Show Pony Championship. Open to ponies that have been places 1st or 2nd in the Open Lead Rein and Open First Ridden Classes only -1, James Stuart, Maypole Stargate; 2, Hugh Ramsay, Millisle Brandy. The BSPS Mixed Height Novice Show Pony, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 148cms -1, Miss L Jarvis, Kilmarnock, Moscombe Columbine.

The BSPS Mixed Height Open Show Pony, Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 148cms – 1, James Stuart, Small-Land Accolade. The BSPS Lean Rein Pony of Hunter Type -1, Mrs Helen Outram, Bronheulog Charmer; 2, Mrs Angela McConnell, Waithwith Shon. The BSPS OPen First Pony of Shw Hunter Type -1, Miss L Jarvis, Waxwing Touch Up; 2, Mrs Helen Outram, Bronheulog Charmer.

The BSPS Mini Open Hunter Championship. Open to ponies that have been placed first or second in the Open Lead Rein of Hunter Type adn the Open Pony of Show Hunter Type Classes only -1, Mrs Helen Outran, Bronheulog Charmer; 2, Miss L Jarvis, Waxwing Touch Up. The BSPS Mixed Height Novice Show Hunter Pony.

Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 153cms -1, Hugh Ramsay, Millisle Farm, Garlieston, Larista; 2, Hugh Ramsay, Millisle Star. The BSPS Mixed Height Open Show Hunter Pony. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 153cms -1, Harry Rodgers, Redrock House, Stranraer, Eastlands Sauchielaw, ridden by Kerrin McGrane.

The South West Scotland Supreme Mini Champion. The Second Opinion Perpetual Trophy presented by Mrs P Clifford and Mrs Sam Smith. Open to ponies 4 years old and over placed 1st or 2nd in the Mini Show Pony and the Mini Show Hunter Pony Championship Classes -1, Mrs Helen Outram, Bronheulog Charmer; 2, James Stuart, Maypole Stargate.

Supreme Pony Championship Perpetual Trophy, presented by the late James McKie, Esq, for the Best Riding Pony -1, Mrs Helen Outram, Bronheulog Charmer; 2, James Sturt, Small-Land Accolade. Hunters and Riding Horses

Brood Mare with foal at foot or having had a foal in 2013. To be shown in hand -1, Mr S Currie, Penninghame Home Farm, Newton Stewart, Castle Lodge Evea Dawn; 2, Emma Auld, Ayr, Wildthing II. Foal, likely to exceed 148cms at maturity, To be shown inhand -1, Emma Auld, Ayr, Count Balou.

Colt, Filly or gelding, born 2010, 2011 or 2012. To be shown in hand – 1, Miss Hannah Burns, Castle Douglas, Haughmond Midnite at Last; 2, Suzanne Simpson, Girvan, L S Arainne; 3, Nadine Scott, Scott s Corner, Glenluce, Overwater Evolution. In Hand Hunter Championship

Perpetual Trophy, presented by Mrs M McNeill and Miss Kathleen Allan -1, Emma Auld, Wildthing II; 2, Miss Hannah Burns, Haughmond Midnite at Last Riding Horse, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cms. Riders to have attained their 15th birthday before 1st January in the current year -1, Jennifer Garland, Gartlea, Crosshill, Jemoon Tambourin Man; 2, Samantha Cloy, Dumfries, Ulstar De La Barre; 3, Lorna Wilson, Newton Stewart, Millies Minuet.

Hunter, Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cms. Riders to have attained their 15th birthday by 1st January in the current year -1, Samantha Cloy, Noble Credit Crunch; 2, Samantha Cloy, Ulstar De La Barre; 3, Harry Rodgers, Redrock House,Stranraer, Diamond Promise. Hunter and riding Horse Championships Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by the late R M Douglas for the best Ridden Light Horse -1, Jennifer Garland, Jemooon Tambourin Man; 2, Samatha Cloy, Noble Credit Crunch.

Coloured Horse nd Ponies Coloured Horse or Pony, Any height and age,To be show in hand – 1, Pamela Norton, Kirkcudbright, My Eagle Star ridden by Isla Foley; 2, Saskia Brown, Stranraer, Patch Work Kid. Ridden Coloured Horse or Pony, Any height any age -1, Isobel Watson, High Borgue, Borgue, Duke; 2, Miss L Jarvis, Kilmarnock, Moscombe Columbine; 3, Caitlin McKie, Stranraer, Homelea Dapper.

Perpetual trophy presented by Soleburn Gardens Centre for the best Coloured Horse or Pony -1, Pamela Norton, My Eagle Star. Supreme Light Horse Championship The Albert Marshall Perpetual Trophy, presented for Best Exhibit inthe Light Horse section -1, Jennifer Garland, Jemoon Tambourin Man; 2, Mrs Helen Outram, Bronheulog Charmer.

Walking Sticks & Crooks Novice Stick or Crook, for exhibitors with less than 3 years experience of showing. Also J&M Bell Perpetual Trophy for the Best Novice Exhibit 1&2, R Houstin, Barrhill.

Walking Stick, plain wooden, one piece 1&2, K Elliot, Carretrig, Burnfoot, Ewes, Langholm; 3, David Seaton, 25 Torcy Drive, Girvan. Walking Stick, plain wooden, jointed 1, K Elliot; 2, David Seaton. Walking Stick, plain horn head 1&3, David Seaton; 2, K Elliot

Walking Stick, ornamental wooden, one piece 1, G S McClymont, Cuil, Palnure. Walking Stick, ornamental wooden, jointed – 1, K Elliot; 2&3, G S McClymont. Walking Stick, ornamental, horn head 1, K Elliot; 2&3, D Seaton.

Walking Stick, deer horn head -1, 1&2, G Cuthbertson, Lochton Mill, Barrhill Shepherd s Crook, wooden, one piece 1&2, R Houstin, 75 Main Street, Barrhill Shepherd s Crook, horn head 1, K Elliot; 2&3, R Houstin

Thumb Stick, natural 1 K Elloit, 2&3, R Houstin. Thumb Stick, two piece, horn or wood 2&3, G Cuthbertson. Best Exhibit

Peter Paterson Trophy for best stick in Show 1 K Elliot; 2, K Elliot. Tom Langshaw Trophy for most points in all stick classes excluding classes S1 and S2 K Elliot Homecrafts, Baking, Produce and Crafts

Baking Plain Baking

2 girdle scones 1, Jean McKeowan.

3 pancakes 1, Irene Martindale

3 cheese oven scones 1, Janet Modrate.

3 plain oven scones 1, Jan Dunlop.

3 crumpets 1, Annette Torbet Wheaten loaf 1, Jean McKeown

Fruit loaf 1, Janet Modrate

3 potato scones 1, Jan Dunlop Most points – Jan Dunlop & Janet Modrate Cakes

3 shortbread biscuits 1, Isobel Cuthbertson Apple Tart (shortcrust) 1, Ena Drummond Sultana Cake – Isobel Cuthbertson

Gingerbread 1, Annette Torbet

4 traybakes 2 varieties 1, Irene Martindale

3 rock buns 1, Jan Dunlop

3 butterfly cakes 1, Carol Rennison Single Coffee Butter Sponge, decorated 1, Carol Rennison Most points – Isobel Cuthbertson

Produce Raspberry jam 1, Betty McDowall Strawberry jam 1, Betty McDowall

Lemon curd 1, Irene Martindale Marmalade 1, Carol Rennieson

6 marzipan fruits 1, L Collings Jar of milk tablet 1, Janet Modrate

6 truffles 1, Betty McDowall Lemonade 1, Erin Brisbane Single bloom in a vase 1, Carol Rennison

Most points – Betty McDowall Perpetual Trophy, Salver donated by Mrs Betty McDowall for the overall winner in the Baking section Irene Martindale Crafts

Knitted hat – 1, Irene Martindale Premature baby s hat -1, Irene Martindale Soft toy any craft- 1, Winefried Hutchinson

Article in counted thread -1, Sandra Tingley Scarf knitted in modern yarn 1, Barbara Bell Baby s matinee jacket -1, Margaret McLellan

Greetings card not computer generated -1, Janet Modrate Mobile phone cover in any craft -1, Janet Modrate Photo ofa winter scene – 1, Christine Henthorne

A needle case -1, Barbara Bell Hand painted glass item -1, Janet Modrate Four lines of hand written verse (not calligraphy) 1, Carol Rennison

Any article in a craft not listed 1, Joan Waugh Any article by a senior citizen 1, Elizabeth McGregor Most points – Janet Modrate

Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented by Wigtown District Council to the Exhibitor gaining most points in Classes 1-38 -Irene Martindale Overall winner of the Baking and Crafts sections Irene Martindale Junior Section

Open to 15 years and under. Trophy donated by Mrs Betty McDowall and prize by Mrs Mary Kirkpatrick to Junior gaining most points in Classes 40-47

3 chocolate crispies 1, Aylie Jamieson (4)

3 rock buns under 10 -1, Sophie McCulloch; 11-15 – Isla Jane Little

3 cup cakes under 10 – 1, Rhianna Bodle; 11-15 -1, Iona Little Decorated tea biscuit under 10 -1, Molly Cowler; 11-15 -1, Laura Jane McCulloch

Edible necklace under 10 – 1, Rhianna Bodle; 11-15 – Isla Jane Little Flower arrangement in a jam jar – under 10 -1, Emily Jack; 11-15 -1, Fiona Ramsay Fruit and /or vegetable animal under 10 – 1, Niamh Bodle; 11-15 – Iona Little

Decorated wooden spoon – under 10 -1, Niamh Bodle; 11-15 – Iona Little Inter-Rural Competition Housewives Theme Harvest Thanksgiving 1, Glen of Luce WRI; 2, Cairnryan WRI; 3, Meoul WRI

Handcrafts. Theme Welcome to retirement 1, Mull WRI; 2, Kirkcolm WRI; 3, Portpatrick WRI The Hannah Memorial Trophy to be presented to the winning WRI (Housewives) Glen of Luce WRI

The McGeoch Salver to be presented to the winning WRI (Handcrafts) Mull WRI

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