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Tuesday, 02 July 2019

Windsor Champ Show

Featured Written by Our Dogs - Heather Vine
Best in show at  Windsor was the Australian Shepherd AKC ASCA Ch Wyndstar Magic Marker, owned by Mrs Kerry Kirtley & Mrs Dori Erdesz, handled by Melanie Spavin and pictured with the Best in Show judge Ronnie Irving. Best in show at Windsor was the Australian Shepherd AKC ASCA Ch Wyndstar Magic Marker, owned by Mrs Kerry Kirtley & Mrs Dori Erdesz, handled by Melanie Spavin and pictured with the Best in Show judge Ronnie Irving. Photo by Alan Seymour

DOG EXHIBITORS collected at Home park last weekend for Windsor championship dog show, my personal favourite on the circuit.

The weather was expected  to be hot over the four days, especially so on Saturday with temperatures reaching 34 degrees. As always there was a no dogs in vehicle policy for the safety of the dogs,  the committee followed this to the letter and luckily there were no incidents reported. 

Secretary Mrs Irene Terry told OUR DOGS that she was pleased with how the show went and was very impressed with her officers and committee. She also said there was not much to say as the show was going ever so well!

Mrs Britt-Marie Young and her team had lots to do in the overseas tent with people coming in from 18 different countries. Windsor saw visitors from Argentina, Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Israel, Japan, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Tasmania and the USA.


Special wins!

Over the whole show there were 42 dogs winning their first CC and 14 dogs winning their crowing third CCs. In Border Terriers Mrs J Guvercin must have been pleased in gaining the double, making both her dog and bitch up. 
Mrs J Graham’s Löwchen, Jameneli Whirlwind, also gained his total on Thursday.  Wintablizard’s Investment (ai) the Alaskan won his first cc with Best or Breed on Friday. 

Mr Arne Foss from Norway judged the leonbergers and awarded Debbolinby Mini Kruz Avec Shaleodust JW her 3rd and crowing cc with her first Best of Breed. 

Mrs J Snelling’s Briard puppy Beaugency Bouzey Roots, handled by Micheal Craig, won his first cc to go with his seven puppy Group wins. Irish red and White Setter had CCs for the first time and it was a first cc for Romaunt Ain’t Life Grand owned by Mr J A Barney. There was a new male record made in Pointers by Sh Ch Chesterhope Thrill Of T’Chase (imp). There was a big applause around the Basset Griffon Vendeen (petit) ring as Ir Ch Soletrader Buddy Holly gained his crowing CC with Best of Breed, he was handled by Lizzie Greenslade.

Another crowing cc on Sunday for the Pharaoh Hound, Fantasa Chicago Bull At Ankors. Another very special win was the Black and Tan Coonhound Old Soul’s Tenor of Southwind (imp USA) owned by Miss C Priestman, winning his first AV import Register and expertly handled by Neil Hood, Bert is also a registered search and rescue dog.


The groups

The Terrier group was judged by Stuart Plane, with just the Parson Russell Terrier missing, though apologies were sent.

Stuart chose nine dogs for his shortlist starting with the Australian Terrier, Bull Terrier, Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Smooth Fox Terrier, Wire Fox Terrier, Kerry Blue Terrier, Norwich Terrier, Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier and the Welsh terrier. The point went to the Wire Fox Terrier Ch Travella Laketrix Set to Strike, owned by Mr Malzoni and Mrs Brown-Cole. Group two was the Smooth Fox Terrier, Brovale Nameri owned by Mr R and Miss Hannar. Group three the Bull Terrier, Bilboen Great Dragons Spy owned by Miss foster and Mr Bicker. Group four the Dandie Dinmont Terrier Ch & Am Gr Ch Pennywise On The Road Again (Imp USA).
David Guy took over for the toys shortlisting eight dogs to be looked at further.  

The Bichon Frise, Chihuahua Smooth Coat, Griffon Bruxellois, Italian Greyhound, Löwchen, Maltese, Pekingese and the Pomeranian. Group one went to the Maltese Ch Benatone Gino D’acampo owned by Miss s Jackson and Ms A Egan. Group two was the Italian Greyhound Ch Chrisford Golden Showers owned by Mrs K Rutter and Mr R Wheeler. Group three the Pomeranian Ch Reta Hugo’s Their Lireva owned by Mr A Cawthera-Purdy and Group four was the Smooth Coat Chihuahua Now Or Never De L’Isle Au Vert Coteau Nikitos (imp) JW, owned by Mrs B Sutton.

Paul Lawless judged both the working and pastoral group on Friday. His working shortlist had eight dogs, the Bouvier Des Flandres, Boxer, Dobermann, leonberger, mastiff, Newfoundland, St Bernard and the Canadian Eskimo Dog. Group one was the Dobermann, Ch & Ir Ch Jojavik poison Ivy JW owned by Mrs J and Miss V Ingram, handled by Josh Henderson. Group two the Bouvier, Avice Airborne With Bouvpilot Bjwinl’18/ jww’18 NI Jch/alpen owned by Mrs F Lambert, Mrs M Eastham & Mr M Craig. Group three was the Boxer Galicar Investigating with Limubox JW, owned by Mr G & Mrs L Brough & Mrs J Cairns. Group four the Newfoundland Millthorne Mr Rochester Jw Sh.CM owned by Mrs A Springthorpe.

Paul chose eight dogs for his pastoral group shortlist starting with the Australian Shepherd, Bearded Collie, Briard, Estrela Mountain Dog, Hungarian Puli, Powlish Lowland Sheepdog, Pyrenean sheepdog and the Shetland Sheepdog. Group one was the Australian Shepard Dog AKC ASCA Ch Wyndstar Magic Marker (ATC AU 00468USA), owned by Mrs K Kirtley & Mrs D Erdesz. Group two was the Shetland Sheepdog Lavika Time Of My Life JW, owned by Mrs S Robinson. Group three was the Estrela Mountain Dog Port Ch Multi Ch Odi Da Casa De Loas Em Bamcwt Ew’16 owned by Miss L Birmingham & Mrs S Kendrick & Mr and Mrs Almeida. Group four went to the Pyrenean Sheepdog Bel & Fin Ch Sandytrail Ensorcele owned by Mrs S & Mr E Flint.

Day three was Gundogs, gundog group judged by Jeff Horswell. Eight dogs made it onto the shortlist starting with the Gordon Setter, Irish Setter, pointer, Cocker Spaniel, Field Spaniel, Irish Water Spaniel, Sussex Spaniel and the Spanish Water Dog. Group one went to the Irish Setter Sh Ch Copper’s War of Roses (Swed Imp) owned by Mr B Crocker. The Cocker Spaniel took group two, Sh Ch Veratey Vincenzo At Cassom JW owned by Miss S  Amos-Jones. Group three the pointer Sh Ch Chesterhope Thrill Of T’ Chase owned by Mrs D & Miss J O’Neil and Group four the Gordon Setter Sh Ch Lundstar Frederick Frankenstein (Imp It) owned by Mrs F Boxall.

On Sunday the hound group was first in and judged by Miss Serena Parker. The Pharaoh Hound did a lap of honour due the close connections with the group judge. Miss Parker’s shortlist had 10 dogs,  including the Afghan, Basset, Borzoi, Miniature longhaired Dachshund, Miniature wirehaired Dachshund, Deerhound, Greyhound, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Saluki, Whippet. Group one was the Saluki Ch Canerike Catalina owned by Mr B Mansell & Mrs J Duddel and Mr L Johnston. Group two was the Miniature Longhair Dachshund Ch Wildstar Wrobinson JW owned by Mr R Wood. Group three the Rhodesian Ridgeback Ch Faahac Free N’easy JW Sh CM, owned by Mr & Mrs Catharell. Group four the Basset Hound Ch & It Ch Switherland Smart Image owned by Mr P Freer.

The final group to be judged was the utility group and Mr Peter young took control and shortlisted nine dogs, the Akita, Eurasier, German Spitz (klein), Miniature Schnauzer, Miniature Poodle, Standard Poodle, Schipperke, Shar Pei and Tibetan Terrier. Group one was the Tibetan Terrier Ch Tetsimi Moves Like Jagger owned by Mr N Smith & Ms J Hadlington. Group two Eurasia Albionspitz Blue Moon owned by Miss D Watkins. Group three the Miniature Poodle Am Ch Clarion Counter Fire With Minarets owned by Miss M Harwood and Mrs L Cunningham. Group four the German Spitz (klein) Ch Longsdale’s Dilemma owned by Mr G Pearce and Mr D Francis.

Best In Show 

Ronnie Irving was in charge of best in show and the handshake for top spot went to the Australian Shepherd AKC ASCA Ch Wyndstar Magic Marker, owned by Mrs Kerry Kirtley & Mrs Dori Erdesz handled by Melanie Raymond. Reserve  went to the Saluki, Ch Canerike Catalina owned by Mr B Mansell & Mrs J Duddel and Mr L Johnston.


Windsor 2019 Photos by Alan Seymour


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