David Warwick has had a good day here at Ballymena, selling his first lamb, Braehead The Real McCoy at 5000gns, and his second, Braehead Touch of Class at 6000gns.
The former is by Glenside Ring A Ding and out of a dam by Mullan Photogenic, while the second is by Mossknowe Pudsey and out of a dam by Photogenic.
Both these two sold to joint buyers, with the first shared a consortium including Bushmills, Clougher and Foyle View. The second consortium included Procters, Ballynahone and Carnew.
And Pudsey’s genetics were present in the next big money sale when Brian Hanthorn sold Mullan Tin Tin at 3800gns. This is a son of Mullan Supremacy out of a dam by Brague Nixon.