Limousin breeders from across the country gathered at Echt Show for the sixth Scottish Limousin Grand Prix over the weekend.
Attracting the cream of Limousin breeding from Scotland and the north of England, entries were significantly up with a total of 56 cattle put forward.
The contest was judged by stockman Brian Wills, of Tannadice, Forfar.
The overall champion was three-year-old cow Brockhurst Lucy from W J and M Mash, of Torrington Farms, Chesham, Buckinghamshire.
Shown with her heifer calf at foot, she also went on to win the cattle interbreed and show champion of champion titles at Echt.
Brought out by Doubie McBeath and Sarah-Jane Jessop, of Lower Greenyards Farm, Stirling, where she is liveried, she is by Wilodge Vantastic and out of Brockhurst Bolshoi.
The overall reserve went to rising four-year-old bull Woodroad James from Mr McBeath and Ms Jessop, who run the Springsett herd.
The Irish-bred bull by the Sympa son Woodroad Harvey stood male champion at the same show last year.
Other prize-winners included the reserve senior male champion title to March 2013-born bull, Rahoney Isaac, by Haltcliffe Dancer.
He is owned by UK and South African consortium Meridian Genetics and was exhibited by Harry and Lynwen Emslie, of Kinknockie, Peterhead.
The reserve senior female title went to last year’s champion, the four-year-old cow Burnbank Jojo, by Wilodge Fastrac, from the Graham family at Mains of Burnbank, Blair Drummond.
The Grahams also took the overall junior champion prize with October 2016-born heifer Burnbank Martini.
The reserve overall junior champion was an entry from the Springsett herd, the October 2016-born Springsett Maisie, by Woodroad James.
Meanwhile, the junior male championship was awarded to April 2017-born Anside Nigel, by Lodge Hamlet, from the Irvine family at Anside Pedigree Livestock, Braehead Farm, Keith.
Reserve junior male was the yearling bull Aultside Nickelback, also by Lodge Hamlet, from Garry Patterson, Upper Forgie, Aultmore, Keith.