The Scottish Bluefaced Leicester Progeny show at Perth Show, attracted a strong entry of traditional-type sheep in particular, with a smaller line-up forward for the crossing section.

Show stopper amongst the traditional Blues, judged by Alan McClymont, Kirkstead, was a gimmer from Matt and Connell Drummond's Cassington flock from Maybole, which also stood reserve for the progeny title with another daughter of the G1 Cassington.

The gimmer also won the overall Blue championship.

Reserve individual amongst the true Blues was the £12,000 Bonvilston Tudor shown by Hazel Brown and Martin Quinn. A breeder into the bargain, he won the progeny title with his two tup lambs which are bound for the breed sale at Carlisle, later in the season.

Leading the crossing type, judged by Jimmy Bell of the Cottage flock, was a gimmer from Alan McIntyre's CKC Blues flock of just 10 ewes from Glen Farm, Craigfarg. His show stopper is by an Iain Minto bred tup and out of a ewe by a ram bred by Alison Bastion.

Reserve was a ewe lamb by a Dreva sire, from Andrew Jolly, Straloch. The Dreva tup also produced the cream of the crop in the progeny section, winning with three Blue ewe lambs by him while a son of his bred the champion Mule ewe lambs.