Collective sale – Three cows in milk, £1627.50; 47 heifers in milk, £1956.11; 23 in-calf heifers, £1373.21. Lismulligan – 25 heifer calves, £911.82.

Topping Harrison and Hetherington's pedigree dairy show and sale at Carlisle, at 2600gns was Boclair Kingpin Royalty from the Brewster family, Glasgow.

A strong trade throughout ensured a 100% clearance with the whole averaging just short of £2000 at £1956.

The sale leader is a daughter of Kerndtway Kingpin and bred from a VG87 Uno dam followed by 15 Excellent-classified dams from the Pinehurst Rapture cow family. She was purchased by Will and Mike Oldfield in Yorkshire.

The Brewsters also received 2200gns for the two-year-old calved heifer, Boclair Sid Hope. She is sired by Pine-Tree Sid and out of Boclair Mincio Hope 2, VG86. Messrs Sloan and Son, Mauchline, Ayrshire, took her home.

The Boclair herd sold six heifers to average £2257.

Champion at the pre-sale show as selected by judge, Wilson Stewart from the Straidnahanna herd, was the senior heifer in milk, Espland Fitz Maisie from Alan Cannon from Espland Farm, Appleby. She is by Toc-Farm Fitz and bred from a Bossman dam with production figures in excess of 12,500kgs. The buyer at 2400gns was Craig Cochrane, Kilmarnock.

Mr Cochrane also went to 2200gns for Espland Betsy, a three-year-old daughter of Cascina Giobbi Zelgadis from the same home, out of Espland Shottle Besty 3, classified VG88. The three Espland heifers averaged £2270.

Top priced fresh cow at 2200gns was Jane Steel's Lomond Berryhill Peach, from Balfron. This four-year-old sired by Berryhill and out of Lomond Bossman Peach, was purchased by Robbie Scott, Mossblown, Ayr.

The annual production sale of pedigree British Friesian heifers from the prize winning Lismulligan herd from Fife was one of the star attractions at the event selling to 2000gns for Lismulligan Redbreast 63, an eight-month-old heifer, purchased by Roy Swallow, Thorngrafton, Hexham. The 25 Lismulligan heifer calves averaged £911.

Auctioneers: Harrison and Hetherington.