7 октябрь 2012 г. · ·
8. CH CRAIGOWL STORM OF HOMERBRENT with her daddy CH HOMARANNE CAPTION. Taken at the Amice Pitt Rally held by the South & Wales Cavalier
Club at Caldecot Castle in 1988. Storm was 7 and Caper was 12. by Norma
Quote “At the end of the day, if we can say we had fun, it was a good day”
Well that was yesterday
at Midland Counties….the show that kept on giving.
Up at 3am… we travelled four hours in horrid weather down to Stafford. ‘Richie’ competed in Junior dog and thrilled us by winning the class……back in and showed his socks off to take the Dog CC in strong competition. More was in store when he won Best Of Breed.
Next the Toy Group up against some fabulous breed representatives and the sun continued to shine down on Richie….Group 3. Yes, the day was turning into something pretty special.
We are indebted to the Cavalier judge Rhonda Rowley (Choya) and Group judge Tom Mather (Barkalots) for believing in our youngster. Lovely to see Rhonda there watching at the end of the day.
He only started showing 8 months ago and has given us some memorable moments including Best Puppy in Show at the CKCSC show in March under Mark Sedgwick (Pascavale) and co judge Maxine Fox-Shone (Pamedna) and a CC at 9 months of age from Nicky Firth (Firnick) at Bath.
Another long drive on Saturday with my travelling companion “Richie”. This time down to the South West to Hereford where he went back to his roots at Verheyen meeting up with his mother Harriet and grandmother Meryt. It was lovely to see them all together.
Sunday, Mary and I travelled through the beautiful Forest of Dean to attend the two South and West Wales Cavalier Shows, Ch and Open.
Dawn Scott (Ravenselm) and Debbie Cooke (Jolainey) judged dogs and bitc***s at the Ch show and John Ritchie (Dykebar/Hollibell) judged the open show.
What a lovely venue. It was perfect for the Clubs requirements and the day went well.
Congratulations to all the winners at both shows and grateful thanks to all the judges. We were thrilled to go home with Reserve CC in dogs (behind Ch Ellemich American Express) and we also took Best in Show at the Open show. Lovely to see Carla Martin’s Babette get a well deserved Best Bit**.
There were some lovely dogs competing and the Committee made sure everyone had a good day.
Today was Miss Paula's day. Craigowl Keep In Touch winning BEST IN SHOW at Northern Cavalier Society Open show under judge Lesley Kilcoyne (Granasil). Helen Long (Arroline) judged the SAC classes and Paula won the Open class. Congratulations to all the winners. Loving the dog biscuit garland from the judge. I Will post more pics later
The winners circle under judge Linda Peirson (KILTONDALE)
Best Bitch and Best in Show….Trish Potter’s TOYSWOOD ME MYSELF AND I
Best Dog, Best Opposite and Reserve Best in show ….Norma and Gordon Inglis’ VERHEYEN REACHER AT CRAIGOWL
Best Puppy….Maureen Richardson’s KRINGLEHOLME CORVETTE
Best Veteran in Show…Karen Kynaston’s GRANASIL GOLDEN NUGGET SHEX VW
Best Vintage in Show….Maureen Scott’s TOSCAM MCKAYLA
19 ноябрь 2017 г. ·
4 very special youngsters have brought home 17 CCs (Plus 8 RCC) In 17 months...a lot of miles covered in between and a lot of love, pride and emotion spurred us on. Yesterday was more icing on the cake. Thank you to judge Liz McInally (Dalvreck) for thinking so highly of Ch Craigowl Keep in Touch. The Scottish 'special' embroidered towel has found a good home....
Ch CRAIGOWL LUXEM BURG is now an International Champion. Sired by Craigowl Battenburg out of Craigowl Vivienne at Lovetrac and ownedand loved by Fabienne and Dominique Auqiert from Toulouse in France.
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