Aberdeenshire breeder Robbie Wilson achieved the top price of 16,000gn at the English National Texel Sale in Worcester.
Mr Wilson, who runs the Milnbank flock at North Dorlaithers, Turriff, made his money selling a gimmer that stood female champion at the pre-sale show.
A daughter of the £60,000 Strathbogie Yes Sir, and out of a dam by Glenside Valhalla which sold to 10,000gn at Carlisle in 2016, she sold to Messrs Boden and Davies for their Sportsman flock in Cheshire.
Milnbank also achieved 1,600gn for a gimmer by Halbeath VIP, and out of a Strahtbogie Untouchable-sired dam. She sold to Peter Vaughan, Kingsland, Leominster.
Other leading female prices included 2,000gn for a gimmer from Jim Innes’ Strathbogie flock at Dunscroft, Huntly. This ET bred gimmer, by Halbeath VIP, sold to Rob Mason, Preston.
Strathbogie also made 5,000gn selling a ram lamb, Strathbogie Big Shot, in a two-way split to Carol Harriott, Slinfold, Horsham. Bit Shot is by Mullan Armani and out of a dam by Glenside Valhalla.
Also at 5,000gn was a ram lamb named Knap Bugsy Malone from Perthshire breeder Robert Cockburn. By Procters Yankee, and out of a dam by Tamanmoney Tuborg Gold which is a sister to the 145,000 Knap Vicious Sid, he sold to Ian Hunter, Dalchirla.
Meanwhile, Strathbogie also achieved 3,000gn, 2,600gn and 2,500gn for ram lambs.
The 2,500gn entry – Strathbogie Brightside, by Mullan Armani – sold to Michael Leggat for his Foreman Hill flock based near Huntly, and Scott Michie for his Scotsman flock based near Mintlaw.