A home-bred North Country Cheviot gimmer was crowned top of the flocks at this year’s Skye Agricultural Show.
Put forward by Neil Montgomery of Ose, the gimmer was crowned sheep interbreed champion before taking the supreme show champion title later in the day.
She previously stood second place at the Black Isle Show earlier in the week.
The reserve show champion of champions prize went to the leader from the horse section.
This was a Highland Pony named Glenhaultin Charlie from William Gordon, of Portree.
Other prizes included the overall cattle award to a bought-in eight- year-old Simmental cross cow, named Marjory, from Angus Beaton of Gesto.
The prize for the best bird in the show went to a female Bantam put forward by 10-year-old Callum MacDonald.
Steward Jim Rennie said: “The glorious weather brought a fantastic attendance of over a thousand people to enjoy the day’s events and activities. Competition was stiff in all classes and there was a good display of both cattle and sheep.”