Tuesday, 26 July 2011
The judge, Ruth Johnston, points out the route to the first exhibitor of the day, Ann Richardson with her Minor Puppy dog, Amicae Shine on Belvane.
!st Novice dog--Lafford Ishall Fly to Farleysbane.
Post Graduate bitch class
1st PGB--Powdermill Look Timelessly
2nd PGB--Beausher Coquelicot du Nord at Cantoverde.
Part of Limit bitch class.
Another part of Limit Bitch class.
Close inspection of Papplewick Pretty in Pink at Adinaken (the eventual winner, on the left) and Papplewick Paper Moon at Jeminai eventually placed 5th,by the judge.
2nd in the Limit bitch class and Reserve Bitch CC winner was Rozamie Fleur de Lys on the right.
Challenge for Best of Breed with Kazim Matador, Dog CC winner on the left and Bitch CC winner, Papplewick Pretty in Pink at Adinaken. Kazim Matador won Best of Breed. His first CC and BOB!This was the bitch's 3rd CC and she is now a champion, subject to KC confirmation.
Challenge for Best Puppy --Sarasha Hey Jude (dog) on left and the winner, Ablazzor Wild Child at Kirkchase.
Monday, 25 July 2011
1st Minor Puppy dog and best dog puppy--Sarasha Hey Jude.
Puppy Dog--1st Ringlands Bracken at Blackpark: 2nd Flutterbye Sable Sensation (rt.)
Yearling Dog winner--Lafford Fly to Elfuago.
Post Graduate Dog winner--Wendwoods Heavenly Star.
2nd PG dog--Papplewick Pinball Wizard to Vlinder.
Friday, 22 July 2011
This turned out to be a very good choice of show for me that day as Swallow (Meerwings The Swallow Tale by Pyatshaw, photo in the header) ended up by winning Reserve Best in Show. The winner was an English pointer.
Looking from the showfield across the river, hidden by the hedge, towards a hotel and the top part of Kelso abbey among the trees.
It was so hot that the dogs (and some people) had to have shade between classes. These fishing tents were very popular.
If only it were always like this!
Wednesday, 20 July 2011
Tuesday, 19 July 2011
The following photos are of the little 3/4 bred Arab foal which appeared in the pony paddock towards the end of June. The other 1/4 is Welsh Sec. B.
Mother is 17 years old and this is her first foal. How lucky is her owner.?........a perfect little filly which is expected to remain this beautiful, bright chestnut colour. The mare has always been very fit and healthy, being used for endurance riding and is a winner over 160k in 2 days.