• FEMALES were certainly to the fore at the Highland Pony Society's Breed Show, which was held at a new venue at Brechin Castle Equestrian on Sunday, winning not only the in-hand champion and reserve titles but also the supreme ridden and working hunter sashes as well.

  • TWO YEARLING fillies lifted the champion and reserve honours in the Clydesdale section at the Royal Northern Spring Show, held at Thainstone, on Wednesday.

  • IT WAS a yearling filly from brothers George and Sandy Baird which stood to the fore at last weekend's Winter Fair native pony show, held at United Auctions' Stirling centre, last weekend.

  • The 26th Aberdeen Highland Pony Show was held at the newly restored Duthie Park, Aberdeen.

  • Overall champion at the Central Scotland Shetland Pony Group Summer Show, Coalsnaughton, was Tay of Hutton.

  • It was case of third time lucky for the organisers of Drymen Show, which has been rescheduled and cancelled twice since last year's May date.

  • JAMES Stuart watched with pride as his four grandchildren scooped a succession of championships at their local Dumfries Show.

  • OVERALL horse champion at a sunny Stranraer Show was Jennifer Garland's horse champion, Jemoon Tambourin Man.

  • The Border Union Show's Bicentenary Show basked in sunshine at Springwood Park with well supported classes.

  • The Newtown St Boswells and District Farmers Show took place at St Boswells Auction Mart, when a good crowd enjoyed a high standard of entrants, which included a line up of 20 ridden hunters headed by John Wilson, from Selkirk, on Silver Dream.

  • OVERALL supreme horse champion at a sunny Stranraer Show was Jennifer Garland's horse champion Jemoon Tambourin Man.

  • Overall champion at the BSPS Scotland open summer show was the lead rein pony, Littlebriars Horatio, ridden by Emily Scott.

  • Lifting the overall supreme title on the second day of the Scottish Horse Show, held at a sweltering Ingliston EC, was the mini supreme champion, the Scottish-bred Charn Secret Legend, ridden by Ruby Ward.

  • BRACO Show is back this year on Saturday (July 27) after the disappointing cancellation last year due to the poor weather.

  • CHARN SECRET Legend, bred in East Lothian by Pam de Pree was mini champion and overall supreme at the Scottish Horse Show, held this week at Ingliston.

  • COLLECTING the coveted Cuddy qualifier at the Royal Highland Show was the M&M champion Kilmannan Robert the Bruce.

  • Overall supreme horse at Alyth Show was Diane Brash's hunter champion Reyhy Striker.

  • OVERALL in-hand champion at the NPS Scotland Summer Show at Strathallan Castle was Eastlands Dunielle.

  • OVERALL in-hand champion at the NPS Scotland Summer Show at Strathallan Castle was Eastlands Dunielle.