Pamellen stud was awarded the grand champion Suffolk sash for a ewe that showed “all the best prime lamb had to offer”.
Stud co-principal Pam Hinkley said she fancied the classy young female, whose mother produced a champion Suffolk at last year’s competition.
“She was sired by Pamellen Yabba,” she said.
Judge Roy Addis said the Pamellen’s entry displayed a highly desirable set of traits.
“The animal won because of its great length, terrific loin and structural correctness,” he said.
“Pamellen should be extremely proud of breeding sheep that conform to the ideal aspects of what should be seen as highly desirable to the Suffolk breed, and it is an absolute credit to them that they have produced such a fine example.”