The heritage breeds feature show at Sheepvention drew a great crowd and praise for the five breeds represented.
Judging involved Lincoln, English Leicester, Southdown, Dorset Downs and Hampshire Downs.
The Aurora Park Hampshire Downs stud, Hamilton, of Matt Hill, took out the ultimate honours with a ram that was sashed supreme heritage feature exhibit of the show.
Earlier the ram was judged reserve interbreed ram and was the heritage breeds supreme champion short wool ram.
A Southdown ewe from Simon and Kate Thomas and family's Silk stud, Cavendish, was judged the heritage breeds supreme champion short wool ewe.
Reserve in that section was shown by Andrew Lakin, Glenelk Hampshire Down stud, Lancefield.
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The heritage breeds supreme champion long wool ewe was from Vanessa and Nick Wootton's Uplands English Leicester stud, Main Ridge.
Reserve was a ewe from Ian and Rae Christie's Garvald Lincoln stud, Byaduk.
The reserve champion short wool ram was a Southdown entry from the Nedelle Downs Southdown stud, Hawkesdale.
Antwerp Texel and White Suffolk breeder Tim Jorgensen had a "cracking" show.
He exhibited the ram that took out supreme champion Texel ram and the champion Texel ewe.
Mertex also took out the reserve champion ribbons for ram and ewe and was most successful exhibitor.
In the Corriedale breed judging, the broad ribbon went to studs across the western districts.
The supreme champion ram was from Milton Savage's Gambier View stud, Skipton.
Reserve senior ram was awarded to an entry from Wattle Glen stud, Strathalbyn, SA.
Junior champion and reserve ram came from the Sweetfield stud of Bron Ellis, Mt Moriac.
Ardene Australian White stud showed champion ram and reserve was from the Gamadale stud.