Exhibitors from the Forfar and Kirriemuir areas fared well at this year’s Angus Show, which was held at Brechin last Saturday.
Among the prize-winners were the following:
Condor Cup for most points in ladies over all, Jannette Copland. Taylor Cup for most points in baking, Sandra Donald.
Croll Trophy for most points in handicrafts, Anne Grimes.
A.A.A. Salver for most points in needlework, Jannette Copland.
Bloomfield Rosebowl for most points in produce, Ida Christie.
The Mrs Michael Struthers Trophy for most points in floral art, Alison Talbot.
Scottsacre Trophy for best novice class 43, Sandra Donald. Best trade stand non agriculture, D. Ogilvy, plant contractor. Best trade stand agriculture, Ross Agri Services.
Young persons under 5 years trophy results:
The Jockey Jan Katie Wilson Trophy, Dalin Keith. A.A.A. Cup, Ethan Dalgarno. The Anne Marie Sim Trophy, Ethan Dalgarno.
Young persons 5 to 9 years:
The Dorothy Pert Trophy, Jack Anderson and Robbie Macdonald. A.A.A. Cup, Leonna Caithness. The Jockey Jan Katie Wilson prize for best miniature garden, Jack Anderson.
Young persons 10 to 16 years:
The Dorothy Pert Perpetual Trophy, Hannah Marshall. A.A.A. Cup, Lindsay Nelson.
The Jockey Jan Katie Wilson Trophy, Harry Robertson.
Best in show, Hazel Coutts and Miley. Reserve in show, Rev John Bennison and Polar Waken. Best puppy, Lorna Gilbert and Diva.
Company owned, Stuart Beddie. Owner driver, Jake Hedley. Interior, Steven Winton. Rigid, Mark Peterkin.
New truck, Andrew Brewis. Combination, Ian Michie. Light commercial, Steven Winton. Best fleet, Caledonion Logistics.
Over 5 years, Brian Ross Custom, Ian Duncan.
Best in show, Agricar Trophy, Brian Simpson.
Due to the outbreak of the contagious equine disease, Strangles, there were no horse classes at this year’s show which was held at the Haughmuir Showground. This was the 160th anniversary year of the major event in the local farming calendar.