Queen B, a 19-month-old Limousin from Denbighshire, has been crowned supreme champion at the 2017 English Winter Fair.

In front of a packed crowd on the second day of the event at the Staffordshire Showground, the crossbred heifer took the top prize for her owners Edwards Bros & J M Rowlands.

The April 2016-born heifer was bred by Bowen & Bowen in Welshpool.

Reserve champion was pedigree Limousin heifer Dolderwen Mercedes. April 2016 born, she was shown by P & S Sellers from Lincolnshire and bred by G Jones out of Dolderwen Indulgence, sired by Lodge Hamlet.

It brought to a climax two days of high class cattle showing in which other Welsh breeders featured prominently.

Limousins also stole the show in the baby beef category where April-born Babes was crowned champion for Builth Wells-based W Morgan. Mrs Lady G took the reserve for B L & J E Griffiths from Newtown in Powys.

In the National Pedigree Calf Show, Charolais Balbithan Nabrasila won the championship for Thor Atkinson from Cumbria. Reserve was British Blue Dinmore Moschino for PR Dawes from Herefordshire.

It was another good year in the sheep ring for Robert Garth from Bentham in Lancashire who won the Supreme Championship with a pair of trimmed Beltex wethers. Mr Garth claimed the same title in 2016.

Reserve champions with two pure bred Beltex were H & E Williams from Llanddeusant.