If ever a Clydesdale bloodline suggested a foal might be destined for big things in the show ring it would be Collessie Jennifer’s.
Lothian and Borders foal show attracted the largest turnout of Clydesdale horses for the last decade.
The National Premier Meat Exhibition had a new section to compete for this year, and it was to turn up at least one surprise.
In the sheep lines at Perth Show the supreme title was awarded to Gordon and David Gray’s previously unshown Texel gimmer from the Ettrick flock, Selkirk.
The superior standard of this year’s crop of filly foals at the Clydesdale Winter Fair in Stirling eclipsed the senior entry of horses.
East Fife Young Farmers held their annual reversible ploughing match at East New Hall Farm, Kingsbarns, by kind permission of Sir Peter Erskine and the Turnbull family.
Highlights from the Winter Fair sale of champions, where the auctioneers were Caledonian Marts (Stirling) Ltd.
Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead is no stranger to the Stirling Bull Sales, but his visit was not restricted to a walkabout.
At the Royal Highland Show at Ingliston an anniversary will be celebrated on the New Holland stand.
The three judges at the 97th annual North of Fife Foal Show could find little fault in Newton Glens Kara, their top Clydesdale foal of the day.