Collessie Alanna continued her winning form taking the supreme championship at the Clydesdale Horse Society's Winter Fair, at Lanark, last weekend.

The much-admired home-bred yearling filly from Ronnie Black, of Ladybank in Fife, is by Cawdor Cup-winning stallion, Arradoul Balvenie, and out of Roughlands Jasmine, a daughter of Collessie Redcastle Hallmark.

Taking the foal championship and reserve supreme was the top senior colt foal, Ord Jacobite, from Eric and Miranda Johnstone, Muir of Ord, Ross-shire. By Doura Rocco, this April-born colt is out of the Cawdor Cup-winning mare, Ord Tinkerbell, an Eskechraggan Ernest daughter.

The trip south proved a worthwhile one for the Johnstones, as their two-year-old home-bred filly, Ord Moana, took the reserve senior title. Moana is by Redcastle Brelee Majestic and out of the Dillars Scottie Boy-sired mare, Ord Envy.

Judge Jim Rochead's pick for the reserve foal was Jim Greenhill's Tulloes Jennifer, from Upper Tulloes, Forfar. She is by Doura Geronimo, out of Tulloes Lady Clare.

Best pair of foals by the same sire came in the shape of two by Collessie Monarch from Ronnie Black. Monarch was bred by George Gray and is by Mollinhillhead Celebrity out of Fawnspark Emily.

Following the Winter Fair class judging, the Clydesdale Horse Society held its Champion of Champions competition which was judged by Terry Edge, of Wales, and open to all horses which had taken championships this year at affiliated shows.

He awarded the supreme honours to Littleward Meghan, from Charlotte Young, Hall, Ayr. Meghan is a four-year-old mare bred by Matthew Carrick and is by Arradoul Balvenie, out of the Dillars Scottie Boy daughter, Littleward Lady Athenia. She qualified at the Great Yorkshire Show.

Reserve champion of champions was Collessie Alanna, which had earlier taken the Winter Fair supreme championship. She had qualified at Kinross Show.

Standing in third place was Thorpe Hill Elsie, from Paul and Matthew Bedford, of York. By Rosegift Rocky and out of Collessie Cut Above daughter, Craigluscar Bonnie, Elsie qualified at the North-West and Wales Shire Foal Show.

LEADING awards:

(Judge: J Rochead, Malcolmwood, Blantyre)

Novice handler – 1, M McDougall.

Senior gelding – 1, H Ramsay's Carrickmannon Sir Charm, by Dairlough Lord Mic-Ki; 2, A McLean's Lochcote Cooper, by Great American Ben Franklin; 3, K Ross' Rosegift Eddie, by Carnaff Fascinator.

Yeld mare – 1, W Dunbar's Doura Ballerina, by Doura Aird Ambition; 2, S Greenhill's Fordelhill Jubilee Ruby, by Collessie Whinhill President; 3, C Young's Littleward Meghan, b Arradoul Balvenie.

Two-year-old filly – 1, E Johnstone's Ord Moana, by Redcastle Brelee Majestic; 2, JW and M McIntyre's Freezland Heidi, by Redcastle Brelee Majestic; 3, V Smith's Pitmurthlie Final Command Piper, by Glenside Barlauchlan Final Command.

Yearling/two-year-old colt or gelding – 1, C Young's West Glen Commodore, by Glebeview Sir Charles; 2, L Hume's Fordelhill Marvel, by Macfin Starlight; 3, R McLean's East Challoch Cloud, by Doura Aird Ambition).

Yearling filly – 1, RH Black's Collessie Alanna, by Arradoul Balvenie; 2, T McMillan's Eskechraggan Lady Janet, by Glebeview Sir Charles; 3, C Young's Ballinrees Lady Lorraine, by Doura Aird Ambition.

Senior colt foal – 1, E Johnstone's Ord Jacobite, by Doura Rocco; 2, RH Black's Collessie Maximus, by Collessie Highlander; 3, R Hamilton's Dillars Robbie, by Eskechraggan Ernest.

Senior filly foal – 1, J Adamson's Glenside Clemintine, by Collessie Challenger; 2, H Emerson's Lutterington Dragonfly, by Collessie Monarch; 3, N Christie's Dalfoil Lady Eliza, by Doura Magic Touch).

Junior colt foal – 1, R Hamilton's Dillars Flashman, by Dillars Envoy; 2, RH Black's unnamed, by Collessie Monarch; 3, C Young's Doura Juno, by Doura Magic Touch.

Junior filly foal – 1, J Greenhill's Tulloes Jennifer, by Doura Geronimo; 2, W Mitchell's Ainville Miss Moneypenny, by Redcastle Brelee Majestic); 3, R Sibbald's Thorn Lady Jasmine, by Baldowran Kingsman).

Young handler – 1, E Ralston; 2, E Frickleton; 3, W Greenhill.