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Stirling Bulls: British Shorthorn females top at 3,600gns

A total of 28 females sold to an average of £2,181 with a 98 per cent clearance rate.

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Topping the British Shorthorn female sale was Donald Biggar, Castle Douglas with his March-2013 born Chapelton Sister 4346 selling for 3,600gns. Due in June to Crichton Paddy, it is out of Chapleton Sister 3151 and by Glenisla Banqo, who sired a record price female at 13,000gns. It was knocked down to John Fyall, Aberdeenshire.

 

Next was at 3,200gns was the June-2012 born Kidston Tessa Sonia 1 from James Stewart and Partners, Peebles. In-calf, and by Chapleton Cavalier it sold to Ronnie Downie, Aberdeenshire.

 

Jack Ramsay, Mauchline then sold the April-2013 born Millerston Augusta Glint for 2,900gns to E. Darlington, Derbyshire. Sired by Millerston Cyclone, it is out of Millerston Augusta Clam.

 

Knocked down at 2,800gns was another from Donald Biggar, this time with Champelton Zola 4356. Also in-calf to Crichton Paddy, it is by Chapleton Typhoon, sire of five recent Stirling champions. It went home with Highland Wagu, Dunblane.

 


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