Results from the 2024 Show can be found below.  More photographs can be seen in the Gallery – please remember that the majority of these photos are available to buy; please do not download them from this website as this is someone’s livelihood!

The Champion of Champions was Stewart Lathangie’s Suffolk  gimmer.     

Photo courtesy of Katie Stevenson Photography

The Pedigree Cattle Interbreed Champion was Beth Thomson’s Limousin heifer, Beath Tianna, while J & I Wilson took the Dairy Interbreed honours with Billincoat Secretariat Veronese. The Commercial Cattle Championship went to Wilson A Peters cross heifer.


All three photos courtesy of Katie Stevenson Photography




In the horse rings, the Supreme In-Hand Championship was taken back to Inverurieby Ashley Watson-Anderson with Craigmancie Lockdown.

Photo courtesy of Sinclair Photography



The Scarecrow Competition had entries from numerous local schools taking part with the top 5 as follows:

1st Ceres Primary with “Moo the Highlander”      

      2nd Pitlessie Primary with Chicken from “Chicken Run”

3rd Kilmaron School with a “Paralympic athlete”     

   4th Freuchie Primary with the “Gruffalo”

5th Springfield Primary with “Irn Bru”        

Four recipients were awarded RHASS Long Service Medals at the Show – Donald Clacher from A & C Bowie, Parkhead Farm, Alloa (and Airdrie Farm, Anstruther); Roger Peebles from Thomas Paterson, Moonzie Farm, Cupar; Iain Hamilton from AB Peddie, Letham Farm, Leven; and Douglas Lorimer from Strathtyrum & Fossoway Farms, Pusk Farm, Balmullo.

Photo courtesy of Andrew Kennedy. 

As always, the Dog Show was very popular – well done to Chris Nicol and Kensesqui Majesty Pecs , her Hungarian Vizsla who took Best in Show.  This shot shows the line up in one of the classes waiting to be judged.   

The Scurry winner was Bex Hardy from Arbroath with Echo, with  time of 17seconds – well done!  Bex and Echo alos took firts place in the Junior Handlers class in the Dog Show, so they are real multi taskers.

S McGill from Dundee came second in the scurry with Angus in 18 seconds, while Sally Penrice from Cupar was third with Flo in 19 seconds. The first two dogs were young, so Flo, at 8 years old, did well to keep up.

In the Pet Show, well done to Harris Younie who took

1st and 2nd places in the Best Conditioned Rabbit class        

and to Eliza Greaves who came 1st and 5th with her Guinea pigs    

Cattle Results 2024

Sheep Results 2024

Heavy Horse Results 2024

Light Horse Results 2024

Showjumping Results 2024

Home Produce Results 2024

Egg Show Results 2024

Dog Show Results 2024

Pet Show Results 2024

Stickmaking Results 2024

Trophy Winners 2024


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