The elite show of 90 dairy cattle at AgriScot competed for the biggest prize pot in Scotland of £25,000.
The judge, New Zealander Selwyn Donald, was impressed by the quality of cattle at the “outstanding spectacle”.
His choice for SuperCow was Holstein champion Whinchat Snowy Tippy by Lookout Pesce Snowy, from the Wilson family at Evening Hill Farm, Carlisle.
This second calver from their 380-strong herd was bought privately from Andrew Birkhill two years ago and won her class at Dairy Day.
Reserve, for the first time, was from any other breeds: Brown Swiss cow Kedar Rosa by Scherma Glen Blooming from Jonathan Lochhead, Beyond the Burn, Mouswald.
The Lochheads milk 140 Brown Swiss and this second calver was reserve champion at Dairy Day. Her dam Keder Rhapsody is national champion.
The Lawrie family from Cuthill Towers at Milnathort were delighted with their reserve champion cow in the Ayrshire section, third-calver Cuthill Towers Harrys Miss Blondie.
Brian and Michael Yates’ Highland Show interbreed champion took the SuperHeifer title and was described by Mr Donald as having “refinement and pure dairy quality”.
Logan Estate Jazz by EDG Esther Estate calved in March and is still giving 36 litres per day. She was also champion at Dumfries this year. She is one of 270 Holsteins milked by the Yateses at East Logan, Castle Douglas, and the herd won the Scottish herds competition earlier this year.
Reserve was an Ayrshire heifer from 19-year-old Evie Tomlinson, Charnwood Forest, Loughborough. Exhibited by her dad Blaise and helped by sister Millie, 15, Allstar Triclo Joybell by Sandyford Triclo has had a successful showing season, winning the interbreed at the Royal Welsh and champion at Telford. Evie has 12 cows under her own prefix in the 220-strong, mainly Ayrshire herd.
Evie also took the Ayrshire cow championship with Allstar Provider Honesty, a second-calver she shares with boyfriend Ifan Wilson.