Charolais trade peaked at 6,000gns at Carlisle, paid for the reserve male champion, Vexour Lennon from Jan Boomaars, Woldingham, Surrey.
April 2015-born, by Thurnton Glencoe and out of Vexour Debby, it sold to D.G. and J.D. Walker, Sanquhar, Dumfriesshire.
Next at 4,800gns was the first prize winner Charbron Lordlier from Barons Cross Charolais Stud, Aymstrey, Herefordshire. By the 70,000gns Barnsford Ferry, it sold to P.L. Heard, Okehampton, Devon, who also bought three more bulls, including at 4,000gns 18-month-old Shankfoot Leader by 31,000gns Whitecliffe Highlight from J.R.G. and R.M. Johnson, Hexham.
Another Highlight son, Whitecliffe Limelight, from M. and J. Hayhurst, Malton, North Yorkshire, sold for 4,500gns to A. Hall and Son, Hexham.
The leading female at 4,800gns was the eight-year-old Logan Dulcie, a daughter of Logan Amazon. It came from the reduction sale from W.L. Hyslop and Sons, Castle Douglas, and sold with its Blelack Digger-sired twin heifer calves at foot. The buyer was D.T. Daniel, Launceston, Cornwall.
At 3,300gns was one of a consignment from T. Nesbitt and Son, Darlington. Alwent Custom, a nine-year-old by Alwent Vougeot sold with its six-month-old Simontorp Impala daughter to Glyn Owen, Powys.
The five-year-old Goldie Unbeatable-sired Logan Glitter from Mr Hyslop sold for 3,200gns. It was knocked down with its six-month-old Logan Independent sired bull calf to A.W. McArthur, Balfron, Stirling.
Female champion was the two-year-old Swalesmore Jersey, which later sold in-calf to Balmyle Headline for 2,900gns to G. McClanachan and Sons, Torthorwald, Dumfriesshire. Consigned by Kedzlie Farm, Lauderdale, Galashiels, this heifer is by the 17,000gn Balthayock Gunner.