Breed & Open Obedience Show Results October 2017

 

The Committee would like to thank all the judges,
stewards and volunteers for making the show day go so well
 
Thanks to CSJ for their Kind Sponsorship


Breed Photographs and Results

 
 

Judge: Helen Pegg (Dahlmann)


Veteran Dog or Bitch

1st

Belfield - Kassieger Rianne

2nd

Hannan - Tigram Tim

3rd

Jermey - King Jim (imp)




Dogs   Bitches
   
Puppy Puppy
   
1st McGough - Xibor Angus 1st Childs - Visanara Qadyra
2nd Turner - Impranah Highlander 2nd Wakefield - Wakematt Juliete
3rd Gledhill - Hausgang Deacon 3rd Young - Samphil's Enya
Res   Res Scott & Bibby - Mistque vom Silkenwood
Special Long Coat Junior Special Long Coat Junior
   
1st Turner - Impranah Highlander 1st Fews - Sadira Dolly at Adoram
2nd Marshall - Giantlands King for Zennper Solus 2nd  
3rd Glenhill - Ferdi Aus Silkenwood 3rd  
Res   Res  
Junior Junior
None  
1st   1st Adamson & Fews - Moroling Viviana from Peterwell
2nd   2nd Latifi - Danisof Ixi
3rd   3rd  
Res   Res  
Post Graduate Post Graduate
   
1st Mullards & Barnes - Kintaro Catalonia 1st Etches - Etches Darli
2nd Smith - Portnall Elrickzu Sarocal 2nd Wade & Mitchell - Kassieger Irianne at Julanti
3rd   3rd  
Res   Res  
Limit Limit
   
1st Belfield - Kassieger Fallon 1st Belfield - Kassieger Fallon
2nd   2nd Jermey - Iolanda Coco
3rd   3rd  
Res   Res  
Special Long Coat Open Special Long Coat Open
   
1st Fews - AdoramKevin 1st Turner - Impranah Flavia
2nd Marshall - Kazeti Victory 2nd Williams - Gazjackhof Juliete
3rd   3rd  
Res   Res  
Open Open
   
1st Jermey - Hettel Di Casa Mary 1st Ingham - Paluka Paris
2nd   2nd Jermey - Draga von der Orangerie
3rd   3rd Gunner - Essie von Crossingate
Res   Res  


Best Dog & BIS

Best Bitch & Res BIS

Jermey - Hettel Di Casa Mary

Ingham - Paluka Paris

 

Best Puppy in Show Best Res Puppy in Show
McGough - Xibor Angus Childs - Visanara Qadyra
 
Puppy Walk Best Long Coat
Summerhill - Rafaye Snowflake Turner - Impranah Flavia


World Sieger Results 2017 Here



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Obedience Photographs
and Results

Pre
Beg
Beg Pt
1
Nov Pt
1
Nov Pt
2
Nov Pt
3
Nov Pt
4
A Pt
1
A Pt
2
A Pt
3
A Pt
4
B Pt
1
B Pt
2
B Pt
3
C Pt
1
C Pt
2
C Pt
3



Thanks to CSJ for their Kind Sponsorship
Judges and Results


Pre Beginners Judge
Lynne Darlington



1st
Allen - Rossi of Ann
2nd
Davey - Jo Jo Betsy Roo
3rd
Atkins - Lucia Belle Mae
4th
Moverly - Mea Umbra Nell
5th
Hamilton - Ronskidream Leucosia
6th
Ledger - Voldene Snowdrop


Beginners Judge
Lynne Darlington


1st
James - Brightmeadow Jive Bunny
2nd
Lockett - Sky Eye Lexi
3rd
Munroe - Master Ben of Beeston
4th
Allen - Lilipopple Doodles
5th
Weeks - Highfield Sam's the Man
6th
Moverley - Mea Umbra Nell
Top

 





Novice Pt 1 Judge
Lesley Appleyard


1st
Boothby - Cookvale Turbo Charged
2nd
Bray - Brayland's Hidden Angel
3rd
Lewis - Briarbar Beach Boy
4th
Whitefield - Choystean Sunrise
5th
Coltman - Highyews Yuletide Storm
6th
Chadwick - Glendarach Magic Myst
Top


Novice Pt 2 Judge
Sue Woods


1st
Asplen - Keeping the Baggage
2nd
Mitchell - Zanyway Star Anise
3rd
Jackson - Choxxstart Diddy Biddy
4th
Fox - Foxfold Piper at Foxfold
5th
Foster - Noir Boy
6th
Batston - Choclate and Cream
Top


Novice Pt 3 Judge
Carol Klug


1st
Ferguson - Elmleas Blue Chancer
2nd
Cierech - Shepwood Easy Going
3rd
Mellor - Morgansr Touch of Silk
4th
Cambe-Halliday - Mol the Doll of Triangle
5th
Munks - Foxfold Unusuhel
6th
Lyons - Borderpops Buzz Light Paws
Top






Class A Pt 1 Judge
Gwen Simpson


1st
Pinder - Ob Ch Fellameka Diamond Geyser
2nd
Blackwell - Choxxstart Bemaboy
3rd
Beswick - Rosmarinus Easter Posy
4th
Walton - Dorvale Dance Masterat Ellejay
5th
Furguson - Roasmarinus Trinity
6th
Rawlings - Bachero Raw Wood Rewire

Top


Class A Pt 2 Judge
Betty Keepax


1st
Petchell - Kenquartz Night Sky
2nd
Chapman - Moll's Swansong
3rd
Fox - Choystean Chicago
4th
Wellings - Trimor Galaxy Master
5th
Collins - Steeplehouse Gift of Thyme
6th
Farris - Jephanil Fleck of Gold for Flintrix
Top



Class A Pt 3 Judge
Maurice Yates

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1st
Reynolds - Sarkam Okai Kai
2nd
Jackson - Choxxstart Barney T'rouble
3rd
Beswick - Razda Right Said Fred
4th
Grimes - Gleraston Goody Two Shoes
5th
Brears - Lamcote Dessary
6th
McGraw - Sarkam's Living the Dream
Top

 





Class B Pt 1 Judge
James Egg


1st
Healey - Glencymreig Degu
2nd
Boulton - Borderlair Mont Pele
3rd
Spencer - Denwyn Megan
4th
Moloney - Sakam I am Kiah in Stanwell
5th
Booth-Hudson - Sixella Seek and Dream
6th
Bateman - Dorvale Tristar
Top



Class B Pt 2 Judge
Joan Kent


1st
Gregg - Pendurrie Kindred Spirit
2nd
Fox - foxfold on a Mission
3rd
Alderson - Marblized Ginger
4th
Rickword - Touch the Dream of Clubs
5th
Brockie - Trajan Datas Brodie
6th
Berry - Franky Dandy Doodle

 


Top



Class C Pt 1 Judge
John Grice


1st
Johnson - Malaridge Purple Haze
2nd
Miller - Foxfold Unexpected Edition OW
3rd
Cane - Bisquet Gunnaigh OW
4th
Bateman - Dorvale Maxixe
5th
Healey - Glenloxley Snowflake
6th
Bland - Sarkam Life Imitation in Choystean
Top



Class C Pt 2 Judge
Lynette Yates

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1st
Matthews - Ob Ch Chroftmist River of Krismoss
2nd
AArons - Syanne Fancy that Edition
3rd
Booth - Borderpride Keep a Dream
4th
Rogers - Touch of Clubs Diamond Edge OW
5th
Carwright - Stillrockin the Magic
6th
Rickwood - Touch the Dream of Clubs
Top

Class C Pt 3 Judge
Bill Pykett


1st
Grattidge - Bisquet Shuna OW
2nd
Britton - Sarkham Blue Sapphire
3rd
Britton - Summertime Star of Remror
4th
Aldridge - Rocking in the Mist at Malaridge OW
5th
Ray - Ob Ch Colliewood Blue Jeans
6th
Waddington - Schaisla Bragg of clubs


Top

 


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Outside Attraction (Double Handling) - Reminder To All Exhibitors, Judges And Show Organisers

(Embargoed until 27)

The attraction of exhibits from outside the ring, also known as double-handling, is prohibited under Kennel Club Regulations. Despite frequent reminders that this practice is unacceptable, it nonetheless continues in some breeds and in certain cases can even be said to have increased in recent times.

Serious safety issues arise from the sometimes frantic activity seen around some rings. This is a habit of which those members of the public visiting dog shows strongly disapprove and it can provide an extremely hostile environment for visitors to the show and for those competitors who do not indulge in the practice. In addition, the Kennel Club wishes to ensure that all canine competition is fair and that all exhibitors enjoy the highest possible standards in their hobby. Double handling does not allow all exhibitors an equal and fair chance of winning.

The Kennel Club is therefore adopting a strict approach to this activity and all exhibitors, judges and show organisers are reminded of the provisions of the Regulations in respect of double handling:

Regulation F 5

In the event of any major contravention of Kennel Club Rules and Regulations, in particular attraction from outside the ring, the Guarantors and/or such members of the Show Management to whom the Guarantors have delegated such powers may order that judging in specific classes, breeds, rings or the show be abandoned.

Regulation F (1) 17 h

The attracting of the attention of exhibits by any method from outside the ring is prohibited. It is the duty of the Judge, steward or Show Management noticing such attraction to ask that it cease.

Regulation F (1) 30 (13)

A dog may be disqualified from any award whether an objection has been lodged or not if proved to have been attracted from outside the ring whilst being judged.

To help societies police these Regulations, exhibitors, judges and show organisers should also be aware that the Kennel Club has agreed a form of escalation procedure to allow for enforcement of these provisions. The procedure is in three stages:

1. Request: If attraction is observed, firstly the judge and/or then a senior officer of the society will make a polite request for the activity to desist.

2. Warn: If the conduct is extreme, or continuing, and/or is causing disruption, then a senior officer of the society may enter the ring and suspend the class until it stops.

3. Suspend: If the attraction restarts then the exhibitors may be warned that if it continues, and a further request has to be made, then the class will be abandoned.

Where a person attracting the attention of dogs from outside the ring is an exhibitor/competitor or joint owner and is readily identified, he/she should be reported to the Kennel Club for a breach of Regulation F(1) 17h.

The abandonment of a class is clearly an outcome that benefits no-one, but it is nonetheless a necessary final step to ensure that the practice of double handling is prevented and to allow all exhibitors to compete in a fair environment. Exhibitors who see double handling taking place should report their concerns to the management of the show immediately.

Failure to prevent outside attraction using this procedure could place future show licences in jeopardy.

In addition to the responsibility of show officials to deal with this issue, judges too should recall that they are approved by the Kennel Club on the basis that they will uphold Kennel Club regulations and observe its various codes of practice for judges. It is their responsibility to play a full part in preventing double handling when they are judging. They are reminded that failure to do so may result in the Kennel Club reviewing their future status as a judge.

 

 

As you may know, the Kennel Club has for some time been concerned about a perceived increase in this activity. It is prohibited under Kennel Club Regulations and also raises serious issues of health and safety arising from the sometimes frantic activity
around some rings. The Kennel Club believes that outside attraction does not allow all exhibitors an equal and fair chance of winning.

The Kennel Club wishes to ensure that exhibitors enjoy the highest standards in their hobby and is therefore keen to help manage the issue of outside attraction. It has been working with German Shepherd Dog clubs and the 350 Breed Council to develop an
escalation procedure which will help do so but it will be up to the GSD community to police these measures which are being introduced in the interests of all exhibitors.

The escalation procedure agreed is as follows:

• Societies should provide adequate notices in the Schedule and around the ring
and by PA announcements requesting that there should be no attraction from
outside the ring and reminding all that to do so is against Kennel Club regulations (sample notice attached).

• If attraction is observed - the show management should request the judge to make an announcement and if the attraction continues then a Senior Officer of the Society to then make a further polite request for it to cease. If the judge declines to make the requested announcement a report should be made to the Kennel Club.

• If the conduct is extreme or continuing and is causing disruption then a Senior Officer of the Society is to go into the ring and suspend the class until it stops. Some element of peer pressure may then come to bear?

• If the attraction restarts then exhibitors may be warned that if it continues and a further request has to be made then the class will be abandoned.

• Where a person attracting the attention of dogs from outside the ring is an exhibitor/competitor or joint owner and are readily identified he/she should be reported to the Kennel Club for a breach of Regulations F(1)17.h
This escalation procedure should be implemented with immediate effect and failure to prevent outside attraction could place future show licences in jeopardy.

Any Judge or exhibitor failing to comply should be reported to the Kennel Club for investigation and possible disciplinary action. The following information is to be included in Show Reports:

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