A north-east Aberdeen-Angus breeding family reigned supreme at the breed’s Winter National Show in Carlisle.
The show, which took place as part of the Borderway Agri Expo, was judged by Albert de Cogan of Co Cork in Ireland.
Taking home the yearling male, overall male and overall yearling championship titles was Hamish and Margaret Sclater of Turriff.
They secured the wins with April 2014-born Deveron Leggat which is by Deverson Master Banbury and out of Deveron Lady.
Mr de Cogan said: “This bull has great scope for the future. He’s long, clean, with great locomotion and head. He’s full of breed character.”
Leggat previously stood reserve champion at the Black Beauty Bonaza as a calf and he is from the same dam line family as the £14,000 Deveron Latimer.
He has also picked up first places on each of his appearances in the show ring, as well as standing reserve junior calf champion at the Stars of the Future Calf Show in November last year.
The Sclaters plan to take Leggat to the Black Beauty Bonanza later this month before selling him in Stirling next February.