Wilson Peters came out on top at Alyth Show, winning the commercial cattle title, inter-breed beef honours and overall champion of champions for the second year in succession.

Last year Mr Peters, Monzie, Crieff, won the big one with Sassparilla, a home-bred black Limousin cross heifer by Carmorn Lionbar and it was another by the same sire that scooped the same honours this year.

Star attraction this time was CC Cindy, a 21-month-old black heifer that was inter-breed beef champion at Fife Show, and reserve inter-breed beef at both West Fife and Angus Shows.

Just pipped at the post by one point for the supreme which was selected on a points basis by the three inter-breed judges – beef cattle, sheep and horse – was the overall horse champion, a Highland pony from Alison Blackburn's Roisbheinn stud, Aberfeldy. This was Gypsy of Roisbheinn, a three-year-old filly by Thorn Logie out of Kit of Roisbheinn.

Leading a strong section of sheep was a home-bred one-crop Suffolk ewe from young Finlay Hunter, West Cairnhill, Insch. She is by Crewelands Kingpin and was on her first outing.

For full report and pictures see this week's Scottish Farmer on Friday, June 21