You wouldn't believe how many different varieties of sheep there are at Kilnsey Show; few had horns as magnificent as this fellow though. Sadly, I don't know my Swaledales from my Lonks, my Mules, my Rough Fell or my Dalesbred so I wouldn't like to hazard a guess as to what breed this one is.
The highland cattle were close contenders in the horn stakes, mind you:
The alpaca - no horns but plenty of fluff:
These two Border collies were waiting their turn in the sheepdog trials. They're the classic British sheepdog - highly intelligent, highly trainable, athletic and very hard-working - and utterly beautiful, I think. Years ago, I used to work in a building where the caretaker had working sheepdogs. One had puppies and they were adorable. It was only the realisation of how much they need exercise and proper training that stopped me taking one home!