Bull is junior champion at Ingliston

A British Blonde bull, shown by G & A Hamilton, of Ramrig, near Ladykirk, was placed Junior Male Champion and Reserve Male Champion in his breed at last week's Royal Highland Show at the Ingliston showground in Edinburgh.

Friday, 30th June 2017, 7:46 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th September 2017, 10:19 am
A British Blonde bull, Ramrig McGarrett, shown by G. and A. Hamilton, Ramrig Far, near Ladykirk, was Junior Male Champion and Reserve Male Champion in his breed at the Roiyal Highland Show.

He was born on February 27, 2016, and was being shown for the first time. He will going to The Border Union Show in Kelso next month.

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A record-breaking 190,000 visitors flocked to this year’s show, demonstrating once again the strength and enduring appeal of Scotland’s iconic celebration of farming, food and rural life.

Alan Laidlaw, Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland chief executive, said: “This year’s show has been a huge success which is in no small part due to the support we receive from volunteers, exhibitors and the public. It has been an inspiring four days soaking up a great atmosphere.”