Saturday May 7

It was Jim Rochead from Malcolmwood, Blantyre, who took the Clydesdale championship at Neilston, with his two-year-old filly Malcolmwood Lady Muck, a daughter of Carnaff Ambassador.

Leading awards:

(Judge: A Craig, Arranview, Belston Holdings, Coylton).

Champion - J Rochead, Malcolmwood, Blantyre, with Malcolmwood Lady Muck, a two-year-old filly by Carnaff Ambassador out of Horsegills Abigail, that was champion as a foal at Kilmarnock, champion at Dumfries last year, and Neilston reserve. Reserve - Miss C Young, Hall Farm, Coylton, with Hillhouse Aurelia, a three-year-old mare by Dillars Top Gun out of Windymill First Lady. Mare, pair - Miss C Young. Two-year-old, yearling - J Rochead. Gelding - A Steel and Son, Jackton, East Kilbride.