On Tuesday Hexham and Northern Mart held their weekly sale of prime sheep and cattle.

A useful show of butchers heifers with plenty of weight about selling to 215.5ppk for a well finished Limousin x heifer from M/s H Clark & Sons, Paxton Dene.

Limousin Heifers: £1370.58 & £1313.57 Paxton Dene 215.5p & 209.5p Paxton Dene. Charolais Heifers: £1313.57 & 209.5p Flotterton. British Blue Heifers: £1277.10 & 193.5p Paxton Dene.

Cast Cows & OTM.

Fewer cows forward this week with a lean show on offer but trade was good and sharper than previous week with all cows keenly bid for and up on average (+2ppk)

Trade topped at 141.5ppk for a British Blue x cow from Mrs VS Allgood, Nunwick.

More cows could have easily been sold with increasing demand for feeding cows currently.

Limousin: £1030.91 & £952.79 Low Ardley, £933.72 Nunwick, £924.89 Close House, £924.38 Nunwick, £883.52 Steel Hall, £807.08 High Alderheads. 139.5p Low Ardley (x2), 127.5p Nunwick & High Alderheads, 125.5p Nunwick & Steel Hall. Angus: £988.09 & £973.59 West Shields, £912.47 & £893.08 Steel Hall, £870.42 & £856.56 West Shields. 133.5p & 129.5p West Shields, 128.5p Steel Hall, 124.5p West Shields (x2). British Blue: £1072.57 Nunwick, £1055.19 Shitlington Hall, £962.58 Low Eshells, £870.26 High Alderheads. 141.5p Nunwick, 131.5p Low Eshells, 124.5p High Alderheads. Beef Shorthorn: £845.79 West Shields. Stabiliser: £1041.18, £971.25 & £959.18 Nunwick. 129.5p (x2) Nunwick.

Prime sheep and hoggs.

Another good show of hoggs forward met another fast trade but slightly easier on the high rates of last week.

Top price of the sale was £124 (x2) & £120 for Dutch Texel’s from M/s J Browell & Sons, Quarry House.

Top price per kilo 275.6p & 269.6p also from M/s J Browell & Sons, Quarry House.

Texel x: £110 Baal Hill & Palm Strothers, £108 Willimoteswick (x2), £104 Blackburn, £102 Great Bavington, £101 Palm Strothers, £100 Blackburn & Palm Strothers (x2), £99 Tenter House & Springwell, £98.50 Tenter House, £98 Mickley Moor, Blackburn, Springwell & Palm Strothers (x2), £97 Willimoteswick, Brixter Hill, Blackburn (x3), Baal Hill, Middle Heads & Springwell, £96 High Eshells, Baal Hill, Great Bavington & Old Bridge End, £95.50 Aydonshields & Low Eshells, £95 Willimoteswick & Blackburn, £94.50 Mickley Moor & Blackburn, £94 Aydonshields, Colepike & Palm Strothers, £93.50 Holly Hill West (x2) & Palm Strothers, £93 Middle Heads & Colepike, £92 New Dotland, Blackburn, Tenter House & Middle Heads, £91.50 West Shields, £91 New Dotland, Brixter Hill, Mickley Moor & Palm Strothers, £90.50 Colepike, £90 Mickley Moor, Blackburn, Aydonshields & Glenhill, £88.50 Mickley Moor, £88 Baal Hill, Great Bavington & Middle Heads (x2). 239.1p Palm Strothers, 235.1p China Hall, 225p Glenhill, 222.7p (x2) & 218.6p Palm Strothers, 214p Middle Heads, 213.8p Tenter House, 213.2p Springwell, 212.8p & 212.5p Palm Strothers, 212.2p Aydonshields & Tenter House, 211.6p Palm Strothers, 211.1p Willimoteswick, 210.9p Brixter Hill, 210.5p China Hall, 210p Blackburn, 209.8p China Hall, 209.3p Blackburn & Aydonshields, 209.1p New Dotland & Blackburn, 208.9p Colepike, 208.7p Baal Hill, 207.7p Palm Strothers, 207.6p Low Eshells, 207.5p Holly Hill West, 207.3p Low Eshells & Colepike, 206.5p Blackburn, 206.4p Blackburn & Baal Hill, 206p West Shields, 205.8p Mickley Moor, 205.7p Colepike, 205.1p Colwell Hill, 204.7p Baal Hill, 204.4p Tenter House, 204.2p Blackburn, 203.9p Colwell Hill, 203.8p Willimoteswick, 203.5p Springwell, 203.3p West Shields & Holly Hill West, 202.3p Mickley Moor. Dutch Texel x: £124 (x2), £120 & £114 Quarry House, £100 Willimoteswick. 275.6p, 269.6p, 260.9p & 247.8p Quarry House, 232.6p Willimoteswick. Suffolk x: £100 New Dotland, Great Bavington & Flotterton, £98 New Dotland & Flotterton, £96.50 Colepike, £96 New Dotland & Lunns House, £95.50 Hammershield, £94.50 New Dotland (x2) & Low Eshells, £94 Great Bavington & Flotterton, £93 Middle Heads, £92 Lunns House, £90 Brixter Hill, £88 & £87 Great Bavington, £86 Lunns House, £85 Flotterton, £84 New Dotland & Great Bavington, £82 Brixter Hill. 208.9p Flotterton, 203.2p Hammershield, 202.4p Flotterton, 201.1p (x2) New Dotland, 200p New Dotland, Great Bavington (x2) & Flotterton, 197.7p Great Bavington, 197.4p Lunns House, 195.8p Great Bavington, 195.4p New Dotland, 195.2p Brixter Hill, 192.3p New Dotland, 191.7p, 191.5p & 191.1p Lunns House, 189.8p Middle Heads, 189.2p Colepike, 189p Low Eshells, 188.5p New Dotland, 187.5p Brixter Hill & Low Eshells. Leicester: £80 Nookton. Cheviot X: £95.50, £91 & £87.50 Flotterton. 208.3p, 207.6p & 206.8p Flotterton. Cheviot Mule: £90 & 191.5p Low Staples. Mule: £96.50 Hammershield, £92.20 Quarry House, £92 Great Chesters, £91.50 Hammershield, £90.50 Baal Hill, £86.50. Colwell Hill, £85 Quarry House. 205.7p Baal Hill, 204.4p Great Chesters, 201.2p Colwell Hill, 200.4p Quarry House, 198.9p Hammershield, 193.2p Quarry House. Blackface: £95 & £93 Great Chesters. 206.7p & 172.7p Great Chesters. Swaledale: £83 Baal Hill, £75 & £64.50 Colwell Hill. 197.6p Baal Hill, 179.2p & 166.7p Colwell Hill.

On Friday Hexham & Northern Marts held their New Year Prize Show & Sale of Store Cattle and Suckled Calves and offered a catalogued entry of 445 head.

Presiding as master judge was Northumbrian Coastal cattleman Mr Robert Gray, Low Hall, Amble who was faced with a small but select entry of cattle in four classes, all of which were a credit to their owners. Cattle were presented in the show classes from all over our region and further-a-field from noted producers in both Cumbria and Dumfrieshire and the judge commented on the outstanding quality of the animals on the day.

Prize show

Steer 18 months and over

First: High Loveladyshield

Second High: Loveladyshield

Third: Hay A Park

Heifer 18 months and over

First: Hard Riding

Steer under 18 months

First: Isle of Dalton

Second: Stotsfold

Third: Stotsfold

Heifer under 18 months

First: Light Birks

Second: Comb Hills

Third: High Loveladyshield

Overall Champion: M/s JC&C MacDonald, Light Birks (British Blue Heifer)

Reserve Champion: M/s A Ewart & Son, Isle of Dalton (Limousin)

From his four class winners the judge quickly drew these down to his two favourites: the steer and heifer winners of the younger aged classes both of which were tremendous examples of commercial suckler cattle. With due consideration of both animals it was the heifer that the judge tapped out as Overall Champion; a sublime British Blue cross-bred heifer from Colleen MacDonald, Light Birks, Haydon Bridge that was always destined for the Hexham show ring since displaying outstanding potential from an early age. The Black and White mottled heifer was exceptionally quiet and a firm favourite with the entire family at Light Birks; well known for quality cattle sold through this centre on a regular basis and this one their best to date that would easily excel in either a breeding or feeding enterprise.

Standing a worthy Reserve Champion was a terrific black Limousin cross steer at just 12 months of age from father and son team; Alistair and Logan Ewart, Isle of Dalton, Lockerbie showing at this centre for the first time having purchased top quality breeding cattle in recent years from the Hexham ring. The 7/8 bred Limmy steer displayed tremendous potential with shape-a-plenty and a great top line just pipped to the top accolade by the marginally older heifer.

Both prize winners were brought forward at 12 noon into a full auditorium with buyers and onlookers alike gripped with anticipation to discover if the judges earlier awards would be mirrored in the prices achieved. This was to be the case as the heifer; fancied by many as a suckler replacement sold for £1320 to regular buyers at this centre; Stokesley based father and son Les & Jonathan Bainbridge, Seamer whilst the steer quickly travelled to settle at £1280 selling to the judge and noted bullock finisher Mr Gray.

The company would like to thank all involved with the show; sponsors, judge and all exhibitors without whom such an event would not take place nor would it be the worthy spectacle that so many turn out to see unfold.

With the show taken care of a useful catalogue of cattle were presented including over 120 head of native breed cattle for the monthly special sale of such sorts and a good crowd of buyers were in attendance including a number of new purchasers attending this market for the first time.

Trade set off at a pace and was literally maintained at a high level throughout the duration of the sale with demand for the best end; for all native types and also for the youngest age bracket of cattle dearer than has been seen for many months. The sale was topped at £1500 by an outstanding British Blue cross bred heifer at 20 months of age from John Moralee, Hard Riding, Bardon Mill that courted huge attention on the day to be taken home by Willie and Stewie Weatherson, Edges Green as a suckler herd replacement as was the next best from the same home at £1380. Messrs Moralee were well rewarded for an outstanding pen of 6 heifers, all at the same age which averaged £1345 throughout.

Bullock trade was also sharper and these peaked at £1285 for a 16-month-old Limousin cross bullock from Messrs Nixon, Stotsfold, Hexhamshire that lead their run of ten outstanding and well-bred steers that averaged £1177 throughout at 14-17 months of age.

Alston based Messrs Athey of High Loveladyshield came down to Hexham with quite simply one of the best runs of cattle to be seen on Tyne Green for several years. The quality of the cattle was evident by the starting bids for each lot and competition was fierce to take home some of the exceptional breeding that truly was a credit to the family. The first two bullocks reached £1250 each with the next two lots following at £1240 to see a run of ten return at £1183 with the best of four heifer sisters then cashing at £1160 and £1155 to complete a great days business for Messrs Athey.

The native breed portion of the sale also sold well and saw Angus steers sell to £1230 twice for Dennis Burn, Aydonshields and heifers at the same age sell to £1165 for a pen of three by noted Rawburn sires from John Robson & Sons, Hepple Whitefield, Rothbury.

The youngest class of cattle were also in great demand with many calves at ten months of age and younger far outselling vendors expectations. Ridley and David Milburn, Wallend brought a super pen of 15 calves from Greenhead to Hexham and these peaked at £1060 for a smart and shapely bullock with their best pen of four heifers at just 8-9 months selling for £885. A cracking lot of ¾ bred bullocks were presented by David and Sharon Robinson, Hawksteel, Allendale that had been the subject of many positive comments on social media prior to the sale and these peaked at £1040 for a pen of three super steers at 8 months with all 6 in their pen selling to average £1031 per head. Yet again a tremendous pen of Weardale calves were presented by Bruce Watson, Baal Hill, Wolsingham and his fancied steers travelled to £960 with heifers close behind at £945, twice.

Vendors that may wish to take advantage of the benefits of selling to the discerning ringside of suckler bred cattle buyers that gather at Hexham each week are urged to contact our auctioneers who will be delighted to advise on the best route to market your store cattle to maximise your returns.

Cattle 23 – 30 months

Limousin x steers: £1215 Rare Dean, £1190 Lunns House, £1100 Snitter. Limousin x heifers: £1020 White House Matfen. British Blue x heifers: £1325 West Mill Hills, £1140 & £1050 Lee Hall.

Cattle 17 – 22 months

Charolais x steers: £1225 Rare Dean, £1205 Kirkley March, £1195 & £1190 Hay A Park, £1170 White House Birtley, £1150 Low Staples, £1130 White House Birtley, £1120 Hay A Park, £1100 Kirkley March (x2), £1090 White House Birtley, £1070 & £1040 Kirkley March. Charolais x heifers: £1230 White House Birtley, £1105 Rare Dean, £1100 White House Birtley, £1095 Rare Dean, £960 West Deanraw. Limousin x steers: £1260, £1250 & £1240 (x2) High Loveladyshield, £1230 East Uppertown, £1220 & £1195 Lunns House, £1185 Comb Hills, £1175 East Uppertown, £1170 Sweethope (x2), £1160 Lunns House, £1150 Sweethope, £1120 East Uppertown, £1115 Stotsfold, £1100 & £1090 Sweethope, £1085 Ogle Dene & Kirkley Hall, £1070 Kirkley March, £1065 Kirkley March & Springwell Cottage, £1050 Low Staples, £1040 Springwell Cottage, £1010, £980 & £965 White House Burnhope. Limousin x heifers: £1370 & £1270 Hard Riding, £1260 Comb Hills, £1190 Hard Riding, £1170 Berwick Hill & Lee Hall, £1160 Lunns House & High Lovelady Shield, £1150 Lunns House & Lee Hall, £1140 Lunns House, £1120 Lee Hall, £1100 & £1090 Lunns House, £1085 Sweethope & East Loanend, £1080 White House Matfen & East Loanend, £1075 Lee Hall & Sweethope, £1070 White House Matfen (x2), £1055 Lee Hall, £1050 White House Matfen, £1045 Berwick Hill & Lee Hall, £1030 Lee Hall, £1005 Lunns House & Lee Hall, £995 & £990 Lee Hall. Blonde x heifers: £935 High Wooley. British Blue x steers: £1125 Hay A Park, £1040 Ogle Dene, £985 Woodlands. British Blue x heifers: £1500, £1380 & £1360 Hard Riding, £1320 & £1305 Light Birks. Simmental x steers: £1185 & £1165 Hay A Park, £1080 & £1050 Peddar Hil, £1040 Hay A Park, £1010 Hay A Park & Peddar Hill. Angus x steers: £1230 (x2) & £1205 Aydonshields, £1200 & £1190 Springwell, £1185 East Uppertown, £1180 Springwell, £1170 Springwell & Sunniside, £1155 Springwell, £1150 Sunniside, £1130 Springwell, £1105 Lee Hall, £1100 Springwell (x2) & Sunniside, £1080 Springwell, £1070 Raggetsyke, £1040 Springwell, £970Hedley Park. Angus x heifers: £1165 & £1100 Hepple Whitefield, £1080 Berwick Hill & Hepple Whitefield, £1070, £1060 & £1055 Berwick Hill, £1045 & £985 Hepple Whitefield. Beef Shorthorn steers: £1095 & £1085 Peddar Hill, £1035 & £985 Hedley Park. Beef Shorthorn heifers: £935 Hedley Park. Shorthorn steers: £1090 Hay A Park. Parthenaise x steers: £965 Woodlands. Hereford x steers: £1165, £1140 (x2) & £1120 Hay A Park, £1110 Watergate & Hay A Park, £1060 Hay A Park, £1040 Brackenthwaite, £1000 Hay A Park. Hereford x heifers: £1040 & £920 High Wooley.

Cattle 11 – 16 months.

Charolais x steers: £960 East Fourstones.

Limousin x steers: £1285 Stotsfold, £1280 Isle of Dalton, £1220, £1205. £1190 & £1185 Stotsfold, £1170, £1155, £1150, £1130 & £1120 High Lovelady Shield, £1085 High Alderheads & Stotsfold, £1070 High Alderheads, £1060 East Loanend & Wallend, £1030 High Alderheads & East Loanend, £1020 Isle of Dalton, £1000 Ogle Dene, Wallend & Woodlands, £990 High Alderheads, East Loanend & Woodlands, £980 Wallend, £950 Ogle Dene & Lee Hall. Limousin x heifers: £1216 Comb Hills, £1155 & £1090 High Lovelady Shield, £1080 Stotsfold, £1060 High Lovelady Shield, £1035 Stotsfold, £1020 Raggetsyke, £1010 & £975 Middle Horsleyhope, £965 & £960 Wallend, £930 East Loanend. Blonde x steers: £1255 Brownsleazes. Blonde x : £1160, £1120 & £1080 Brownsleazes. British Blue x steers: £950 Ogle Dene. Angus x steers: £1100 Sunniside, £1080 Hedley Park, £995 Acton, £950 Brackenthwaite, £945 Acton. Angus x heifers: £1040, £1020 & £940 Lee Hall.

Cattle 10 months and under.

Charolais x steers: £900 Errington Red House, £890 East Flass & Errington Red House. Limousin x steers: £1060 Wallend, £1040 & £1030 Hawksteel, £1020 Hawksteel (x2) & Edges Green, £1000 Edges Green, £980 Wallend & Edges Green, £960 Haggate (x2) & Baal Hill, £945 West End Town, £930 Wallend & West End Town, £915 Errington Red House. Limousin x heifers – £945 (x2) & £925 Baal Hill, £885 Wallend. British Blue x steers: £955 Waite Farm, £950 Edges Green & Waite Farm. Angus x steers: £890 Littlebeck.

Breeding Cattle Dispersal on behalf of Mr. RJ Bradbury, Black Heddon

The company were delighted to have been instructed to disperse the herd of in-calf suckler cows from Robert Bradbury, Black Heddon, Lowick, North Northumberland. The herd looked very well stood in the Hexham pens and a crowd of buyers from across the region gathered to compete for the well-known commercial herd.

The sale peaked at £1620 twice, both British Blue cross cows, both 2013 born carrying their 4th calves and both due to a good pedigree Aberdeen Angus bull. Both these lots sold to the same Tyne Valley based purchaser and led the load of 20 quality cows which sold to average £1331 per head for Mr Bradbury, well worth the trip from the North of the County to the Hexham ring.

To complete a super days trading the Black Heddon Hereford stock bull “Romany 1 Nirvarna” bred by M/s Wilson, Cowbog, Kelso sold to an eager crowd and realised 3400 guineas (£3570) selling to a near neighbor. The company would like to thank Mr Bradbury for entrusting the sale to us and wish him well for the future.

Aberdeen Angus: £1380, £1320 £1300. British Blue: £1620 (x2) £1480, £1460, £1420 £1380, £1340. Simmental: £1420, £1400 £1380. Hereford Bull: 3400gns.

Store and breeding cattle.

Mr A Walker “Newhill” Flock Dispersal.

The company conducted a complete dispersal of the “Newhill” Flock of Pedigree Dutch Texel females on behalf of renowned local flockmaster Alan Walker, Newbiggin Hill, Hexham. Potential customers travelled from the Scottish Borders, Cumbria and North Yorkshire to compete for the quality forward on offer which saw in-lamb stock ewes peak at 800 gns, gimmers topped at 520 gns and ewe hoggs by the outstanding Y De Bruyne sire change hands at a top of 340 gns to complete a satisfactory days trading for Mr Walkerb whom the company wish to thank for entrusting this important sale to Hexham and Northern Marts

Ewes: 800gns, 540gns, 480gns, 420gns. Gimmers: 520gns, 500gns, 400gns (x2).

Hoggs: 340gns, 300gns.

Cast ewes.

Large show present in front of usual buyers. Topping the sale was a Dutch Texel ewe from M/s J Lee & Son, Agars Hill making £132. Mules easily cashed topping at £99 for seven from M/s JT Lee & Son, Hackford. Blackface ewes topped at £89 from M/s J Hunter & Son, The Steel.

Texel: £122 Townfoot, £120 Longshaws, £114 Rosebrough, £110 Hackford & Bulls Hill, £109 Watch Hill, £100 Townfoot, £91 Follions, £90 Longshaws, Bulls Hill, Nilston Rigg & Rosebrough, £88 Cross House, £85 Thornley Pit House, £82 Greenchesters. Texel x: £125 Nunwick, £120 Hard Riding, £117 Hackford, £116 Watch Hill, £115 Townfoot, £112 Hard Riding, £110 East Matfen, £109 Merryshields, £108 Old Forge, £106 New Houses & Brinkburn Newhouses, £102 Nilston Rigg & Nunwick, £100 Crescent Farm, Nilston Rigg, Brinkburn Newhouses & Nunwick, £99 Crowhall & Kirkley Hall, £98 Follions, £97 New Dotland, £95 Nettlesworth West, £92 Crescent Farm, £90 Watch Hill, Great Chesters, Greenchesters (x2), Nunwick & Waite Farm, £89 Longshaws, Shaftoe Moor & Lodge Farm, £88 Watch Hill & Ridley Farm, £87 Bankfoot, £86 Gunnerton Demesne. Dutch Texel x: £132, £106 & £80 Agars Hill. Suffolk: £110 Rosebrough, £80 Steel Hall. Suffolk x: £120 Grange House, £116 Brinkburn Newhouses, £114 Grange House, £108 Crescent Farm, £99 Lodge Farm, £93 Brinkburn Newhouses, £92 Merryshields, £84 Gunnerton Demesne. Beltex x: £114 New Houses, £104 Blakelaw, £94 New Houses. Leicester: £100 The Steel & Penpeugh, £90 Hackford, £88 Hackford & Lowes Fell, £84 North Churchlands, £80 Lowes Fell, £76 Penpeugh. Cheviot: £96 Crowhall, £90 Brinkburn Newhouses, £89 Steel Hall. Cheviot Mule: £112 Nunwick, £98 Lowes Fell, £96 Nunwick. Mule: £99 Hackford, £98 Shitlington Hall & The Steel, £95 Agars Hill, £974 Brinkburn Newhouses, £90 Crowhall, Hard Riding & New Dotland, £89 Hackford & Nunwick, £87 Crescent Farm, £86 Lowes Fell & Blakelaw, £85 Great Chesters, £82 Steel Hall & Dene House, £81 Great Chesters, £80 East Matfen. Blackface: £89 The Steel, £82 New Dotland, £72 Shitlington Hall, £71 Townfoot, £70 Carrick & Lowes Fell, £64 & £63 Great Chesters. Swaledale: £56 & £50 East Unthank. Shetland: £37 Grange Farm. Crossbred£: £89 Steel Hall, £72 Grange Farm.

Store hoggs.

All classes of store hoggs dearer on the week. Overall average just shy of £76

Many buyers went home short of requirements. More needed to meet demand.

Topping the sale was a great pen of 10 Texel hoggs from Mrs BD Milburn, Butterknowes making £114.

M/s J Green & Sons, Follions had hoggs to £110 with a pen of 34 making £109. Smaller end of the hoggs very easily cashed with Blackfaces regularly over £60.

Texel x: £114 Butterknowes, £110 Follions, £109 Follions & Butterknowes, £107 Butterknowes, £104 West Kirkheaton, £101 Watch Hill, £100 Butterknowes, £99 Yetlington Lane & West Kirkheaton, £98.50 Butterknowes, £95.50 Armond Carr, £95 Fell Lane, £93.50 Armond Carr, £90 Watch Hill, £89.50 Duddo Hill, £88.50 West Kirkheaton, £88 Cockhall (x2), Fell Lane, South Gunnerton & Watch Hill, £87.50 West Kirkheaton & Lee Hall, £87 Causey Burn, £86 Lodge House, £85.50 Broom House, £85 Little Swinburne, £84 Cockhall, Elrington Hall, Waite Farm, Grange House & Lodge Farm, £83.50 China Hall & Dene House, £82.50 Lea Well & Bankfoot, £82 Hackford & China Hall. Dutch Texel x: £83.50 & £75.50 Blakelaw. Suffolk x: £93.50 Piatroon, £92 Duddo Hill, £91 West Kirkheaton & Piatroon, £90.50 Lodge House, £84 Cooper House & Dene House, £83.50 Lodge House, £82.50 Duddo Hill, £82 Elrington Hall & Piatroon, £81 Lowes Fell, £80.50 Co-op Terrace, £80 Lodge House. Beltex x:£105 & £97 Hownsgill, £93 Little Swinburne, £91 Fell Lane & Hownsgill, £90 Rosebrough, £88 Little Swinburne (x2) & Watch Hill, £86 Little Swinburne, £85.50 Bavington Hill Head, £81 Yetlington Lane, £80.50 Bavington Hill Head, £80 China Hall. Leicester: £62 Tecket. Hampshire: £71 Broom House. Cheviot x: £87 Brieredge, £71Greenchesters, £64 Barrowburn, £62 North Churchlands. Mule: £88 East Unthank, £83 Holling Hill, £82 China Hall, £81 North Acomb, £77.50 Duddo Hill, £77 Holling Hill, £76 Hesket Farm, £75.50 Lowes Fell, £72 Blakelaw, £71 Duddo Hill, £69.50 Blakelaw, £69 White House Eastgate, £67 Black House, £66 Shitlington Hall, £64 Hackford, £61 Black House. Blackface: £79 Brieredge, £71 Featherwood, £63 Penpeugh, £62.50 Bellshiel & Featherwood, £62 Hepple Whitefield & Holling Hill, £61.50 Holling Hill, £51 Shitlington Hall, £50 Donkleywood. Swaledale: £78 Farneyshield, £68 Woodhall, £60 Farneyshield, £55 Woodhall.