James Cannon’s Redbrae flock, from Wigtown, Newton Stewart, led the way at Harrison and Hetherington’s in-lamb Suffolk sale, selling his best at 700gns.

This 2018-born ewe is a daughter of Castleisle Calvin Klein, out of a home-bred dam by Ardlea Atomic. She sold in lamb to Benedyglen Black Caviar, which was purchased at Lanark for 5500gns and taking her home was Messrs Cross, Barnacres, Preston, Lancashire.

Another from Redbrae, by the same sire, made 600gns selling to Messrs Rowlands, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd. She is out of a home-bred dam by Castleisle Gold Medal and again sold in lamb to Black Caviar.

Leading the ewe lamb trade at 680gns was the best from Lilia Hutchinson, Howgillfoot, Kaber, Kirkby Stephen. This lamb is sired by Crewelands Captain Crusader, whilst the dam, is a Lakeview No Limits sired-ewe. She headed to Berwickshire with Messrs Jones, Cornhill-on-Tweed.

At 600gns was a gimmer from G and FJ Soulsby, Williamsgill, Temple Sowerby, Penrith, which headed home with Messrs Hodgson and Ptrs, Saltersgate, Pickering, North Yorkshire. A Strathbogie Invictus daughter out of a Lakeview Leeway-sired ewe, she sold in lamb to Middlemuir Hendricks.

Another on the same money was a ewe lamb from SJ Buckley, Sittinglow, Dove Holes, Derbyshire. This Roundacre Big Bang daughter is out of a home-bred ewe and sold across the Irish sea with Messrs Lamb, Richhill, Co Armagh.

Auctioneers: Harrison and Hetherington.


Six ewes, £444.50; 18 gimmers, £453.25; 14 ewe lambs, £414.00