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CITY OF ABERDEEN CHAMPIONS

What it takes to be a  Clydesdale Champion

In showing, a judge will look at a number of key points on the horse. When moving, they should lift their feet cleanly off the ground so that someone standing behind it can see the inside of every shoe. The hind legs should be close together, with the points of the hocks turning inwards rather than straight, pasterns should be long and set at an angle from the hoof head to the fetlock, and the neck should be well arched ascending from an oblique shoulder with high withers. The horses should be broad in front and they should have a good deep body. Purists prefer horses of good solid colour, with four white legs to above the knees and hocks, with a broad white blaze on the face.

2018 CHAMPION

Sandy Aitken with Redcastle Pretty Amazing Grace

Sire: Millisle Solway Bay

Dam: Redcastle Miranda

Reserve

Ronnie Black with Collessie Consort

2017 CHAMPION

Sandy Aitken with Redcastle Pretty Amazing Grace

Sire: Millisle Solway Bay

Dam: Redcastle Miranda

Reserve:

Eric & Miranda Johnstone with Ord Tinkerbell

Sire: Eskechraggan Ernest  

Dam: Ord Envy

2016 CHAMPION

Ronnie Black with Collessie Jennifer

Sire: Redcastle Brelee Majestic       

Dam: Ormiston Mains Amber

Reserve:

Charlotte Young with Forneth Lucky Daisy

Sire: Collessie Whinhill President   

Dam: Blueton Princess

2015 CHAMPION

John Adamson with Bencannon Emerald

Sire: Bogton Flying Scot

Dam: Collessie Venus

Reserve:

Charlotte Young with Forneth Lucky Daisy

Sire: Collessie Whinhill President  

Dam: Blueton Princess

 

2014 Champion - R Sibbald & Mrs Rimmer with Shielhill Diamond Jubilee

2014 Reserve - Sandy Aitken with Newton Glens Kara


2013 Champion - Ronald H Black with Collessie Robyn

2013 Reserve - John Anderson with Redcastle Mhorita Millie


2012 Champion - Norman Christie with Anguston Amber

2012 Reserve - Robert Sibbald with Thorn Blue Velvet


2011 Champion - David Walker & Beverley Brown with Galcantray Nicole’s Charm

2011 Reserve - Ian Young with Arradoul Balvenie


2010 Champion - Robert & Jean Trotter with Ormiston Mains Amelie

2010 Reserve - John Anderson with Redcastle Brelee Majestic


2009 Champion - J Marshall & C Halliday with Howgillside Lady Heather

2009 Reserve - John Anderson & Ron Brewster with Great American GW Carver


2008 Champion - Robert & Jean Trotter with Ormiston Mains Amelie

2008 Reserve - Derek Bailey with Dillars Dominator


2007 Champion - Robert & Jean Trotter with Ormiston Mains Amelie


2006 Champion - Robert & Jean Trotter with Ormiston Mains Amelie

2005 Champion - John Anderson with Redcastle Alena

2004 Champion - John Adamson with Blueton Daisy


2003 Champion - Ronald H Black with Collessie Duchess


2002 Champion - Ronald H Black with Collessie Duchess


2001 Champion - Irvine & Helen Anderson with Middlebank Carlogie Sneddon


2000 Champion - John Anderson with Carnfinton Apple Blossom


1999 Champion - J Michael Thomson with Phesdo Heather


1998 Champion - Messrs Christie with Dalfoil Edelweiss


1997 Champion - J Michael Thomson with Phesdo Snowflake


1996 Champion - John Anderson - Shatton Lady Di


1995 Champion - J Michael Thomson with Parcelstown Belinda


1994 Champion - David Young with Finmont Lady Jane


1993 Champion - Mr I Smith with Colt Foal


1992 Champion - Ronald Black with Kettlestoun Valetta


1991 Champion - Ronald Black with Claddytown Florence


1990 Champion - David Young with Finmont Lady Jane


1989 Champion - A & J Greenhill with Tulloes April Flower


1987 Champion - David Weir with Hillhouse Belle

1986 Champion - Hugh Black with Kettlestoun Valetta

1985 Champion - Hugh Black with Kettlestoun Valetta

1984 Champion - David Greenhill with Barnyards Flower of Scotland

1983 Champion - Quintin MacMorland with Craighead Clementine

 

Winner of the First City of Aberdeen Clydesdale Horse Show in 1983

Quintin MacMoorland with Craighead Clementine

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