Should be wide between the ears. The poll should be well covered with an even length of staple extending to the topknot.
Skin should be pink and free from pigmentation (black or brown spots). The face should be clean with no wool growing in front of the eyes. There should be no kemp on the face or topknot as this may indicate harshness in the handle of wool on the breech or elsewhere.
Clear, bright, kind and alert.
Soft, white and thick.
Soft and broad, particularly on rams.
Good broad bite, teeth should hit the gum pad evenly.
Well set on shoulders with some stretch.
Straight and broad, carries right through to tail.
Thick, well-muscled and full from rear.
Broad and deep.
Well sprung. (The Engine Room).
Deep and well covered.
Straight under line with good covering of wool.
White, good shape, even and straight pasterns.
Micron range 21/25 or 58s/60s, high yielding, soft handling, 110-120mm.