A two-year-old filly was crowned cream of the crop at the City of Aberdeen Clydesdale Show.
Muirton Belle, put forward by first-time exhibitor Blair Warburton, 9 Whitehills Crescent, Forfar, impressed judges at the show in Aberdeen’s Duthie Park.
Bred by T W Clark, Belle is by Mollinhillhead Celebrity out of Muirton Mayflower. She landed Mr Warburton the female and overall champion prizes, as well as the Redcastle Alena Claret Jug for the best newcomer at the show.
The reserve overall championship was awarded to four-year-old colt foal, Kilbuick Blue Blue Centaurus, from Louise Tulloch, 5 Glenburgie Distillery Cottages, Forres.
He is a home-bred son of Doura Aird Ambition, out of Kilbuick Midnight Lexi.
Meanwhile, the champion prize in the decorated harness section went to Orkney exhibitors Ian and Diane Smith, from Kirkwall.
They showed off their wool harness using a gelding, named Storm, from David and Beverley Walker of Galcantry Clydesdales, Galcantray Farm, Cawdor.
Reserve went to a wool harness from fellow Orkney exhibitor Toots Cromarty, from Burray, with her own horse named Ingleston Crusader.
The top prize in the ridden section went to 12-year-old gelding, Denbrae Wullie, from George and Ruth Skinner, of Strathorn Farm Stables, Pitcaple, Inverurie. He was ridden by Saskia Walden.
Lastly, the top prize in the novelty fancy dress class went to Mintlaw breeder Jim Gibb with multi-prize winning gelding Collessie Full Monty. He was dressed as Peter Pan in a costume designed and created by Diane and Sarah Gibb.