Breed & Open Obedience Show Results April 2019

 

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

Thanks to Arden Grange for their Kind Sponsorship


Breed Photographs and Results

 

Judge
Shonagh Reid (Portnall)

 

Dogs   Bitches
Veteran Dog or Bitch
ROBINSON'S - VANILLA VOM HOLTKAMPER HOF
FORMAN - SUZDANS BLUE ARAMIS
Puppy   Puppy
   
1st RANSHAW & ASKHAM - REYAKOSA CAIN   1st SPENCE - GAVILLES WEGA
2nd     2nd ETCHES - ETCHICA ISSI
3rd     3rd HALL & ROBINSON - VEDAMAC XENA
Res     Res KEARNAN - BETHAVOM ERDINGER
Special Junior Long Haired   Special Junior Long Haired
     
1st TOWNING - ZANDAMOR DAX   1st TURNER - MODENAVON ARLETT
2nd     2nd CAVE - BALLYNABOLA NAYA
3rd     3rd  
Res     Res  
Junior   Junior
     
1st TOWNING - ZANDAMOR DAX   1st AB
2nd     2nd  
3rd     3rd  
Res     Res  
Post Graduate  

Post Graduate

   
1st SCOTT - IOLANDA PHOENIX   1st ADAMSON & BIBBY - SILKENWOODARIA
2nd ROBINSON - HAZELGROVE LOKI   2nd KEEN - CLOKELLYS ZAMRA
3rd SIMPSON - ARROCHEYN JEKYLL   3rd ETCHES - ETCHICA ESTA
Res FORMAM - SUZDANS BLUE RAFFAELLO   Res SCOTT - MISTIQUE VOM SILKENWOOD
Limit   Limit

   
1st WILLIAMSON - BASKO VOM GRAFENBRTJNN   1st ETCHES - ETCHICA DARLI
2nd HALL & ROBINSON - MIRENHOF DEXTER   2nd PEGG - NANIMM CINDERHOF DAHLMANN
3rd     3rd  
Res     Res  
Special Longhaired Open   Special Longhaired Open
     
1st SUMNER - GIANTLANDS FURY OF FIRE   1st TURNER - IMPRANAH FLAVIA
2nd RANSHAW & ASKHAM - SYLCARR'S SABRE AT REYAKOSA   2nd ARROCHEYN KHARMA
3rd     3rd SHAIKH - GIANTLANDS PRETORIA
Res     Res CAVE - BALLYNABOLA RIA
Open   Open
     
1st SPENCE - ABSELA LOKI   1st  
2nd     2nd  
3rd     3rd  
Res     Res  


Best Dog

SPENCE - ABSELA LOKI Best Bitch SPENCE - GAVILLES WEGA

Res Best Dog

SUMNER - GIANTLANDS FURY OF FIRE; Res Best Bitch ADAMSON & BIBBY - SILKENWOODARIA

Best in Show - SPENCE - GAVILLES WEGA

Best Puppy in Show Res Best Puppy in Show
SPENCE - GAVILLES WEGA RANSHAW & ASKHAM - REYAKOSA CAIN

German Sieger Results 2019 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
Mel Ely



1st
PAVITT - RUSHBOTTOM RHYNESTONBROWS
2nd
HURTON - KEELEYSLITTLEMISSME
3rd
BERG - JACK PLUMMER
4th
WILLIAMS - CHARLOTTES SECOND CHANCE
5th
WILLIAMSON - ROSMAK ICED GEM
6th
LAND - STEPANELLE TICK TICK BOOM


Beginners Judge
Ann Trodd


1st
OLDFIELD - NITHELSA FORCE IT PHOEBE
2nd
BROOKS & WOOD - LUNATIC BLUE MARIAN
3rd
NEALE - PEPSANNER ROYAL SOVEREIGN
4th
GARWOOD  - CORIES KLEVER COOKIE CANDI
5th
WARD - JACOBSWOOD EPIC ENCORE
=6th
MARIGNY - KRAZY KYIJSS MAYHEM
=6th CLARKE - NICE TRI TED
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Novice Pt 1 Judge
Pauline Barr


1st
WILSON & CUDWORTH - JANJELLYS TOP GUN GOOSE
2nd
HOPKINS - CHERDENE WINTER ECLIPSE
3rd
DAVIES - STILLMOOR STAR BANNER
4th
HATFIELD - NIGHTMARE ON IDA STREET
5th
FOSTER - NOIR BOY
6th
PINDER - STUBLEYWOOD ROCK IN ROBYN
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Novice Pt 2 Judge
Ellen Shucksmith


1st
BRADLEY - KELTLODGE MIGHTY MAC
2nd
THOMAS - THWAITLAKE RING OF FIRE
3rd
HIGH - STILLMOOR SIMPLY MY STELLAN
4th
BLAND - SACREDARTJUST BILL EVE IN ME
5th
PAVITT - RUSHBOTTOM RHYNESTONBROWS
6th
ARCHER - ANGEL BIZZY LIZZIE
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Novice Pt 3 Judge
Glenys Grimes


1st
BRf,ARS - ACERHEARTS PRECIOUS GRACE
2nd
CHILDS - KAZETI VONNY
3rd
COOK - LYNTWOOD HOOLI
4th
TAYLER - STILLMOOR MIDNIGHT BREEZE
5th
ALLEN - ALUNWUD DOT TO DOT
6th
LINTON - BANG ON TARGET HUGO
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Class A Pt 1 Judge
Helen Munks



1st
RAY - LOOKYLOOKY QUTZMASTER
2nd
HOWELL - BIRKCROSS MOUNTAIN GIRL
3rd
ROBINSON - SHELTYSTIAM NIGHT SONG AT ALNMA
4th
CAIN - WHITE LILY OF REXGURN
5th
ARBLASTER - MALARIDGE MOON STORM
6th
AARONS - ARONSA FABULOUS EDITION


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Class A Pt 2 Judge
Rosie Peacock


1st
HILLARY - OKINA KITAI APIO
2nd
ROBINSON - SHELTYSHAM NUT BOX IN ALNMAC
3rd
HACKETT - RAINTAL REFLECTIONS
4th
NORMAN - COOKVALE CRUZ CONTROL
5th
FRELFORD - PEPSANNER JACKS GREEN
6th
NORMAN - SARKAM FINAL FLING


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Class B Pt 1 Judge
Carol Klug


1st
BREARS - THE GOLDEN MEMORIES
2nd
ALLDAY - BORDERLAIR NAUGHTY NICKERS
3rd
LYONS - BORDERPOPS BUZZ LIGHT PAWS
4th
DAVIS - SON OF BLUE EYED RUBY
5th
DURKIN - SARKAM REMI
6th
BOWLES - MACCADALE IZZY
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Class B Pt 2 Judge
Graham Wellings


1st
GALBRAITH - SARKAM MIGHTY MCQUIN
2nd
OWEN - SIXELAPRIDE OF OXONIA
3rd
CORDWELL - SECRET DANCER AT TWAINLIGHT BE
4th
BERRY - NUDGED HER WAY IN
5th
HILLARY - OKIN AKITAI APIO
6th
PEARSON - LYNFLYER BLACK KITE

 


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Class C Pt 1 Judge
Richard Marks


1st
RAY - OB CH SARKAM SINGS THE BLUES
2nd
FLIGHT - JEZZADDY IT'S TEAZEL TIME
3rd
PINDER - OB CH FELLAMEEKA DIAMOND GEYSE
4th
BOWLAS - FRANKS FOR THE MEMORY
5th
WATTS - RIVER FLOWS TO YOU
6th
HACKETT - SNO FLURRY AT FORESTBECK
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Class C Pt 2 Judge
Brenda Fox

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1st
AARONS - SCHATSLA DREAM ROSA
2nd
GRESTY - HE'S A ROGUE TRADER
3rd
FONE - JODAMI ESCAPADE
4th
MORSE - MRDARCEE MY TOUCH OF CLASS
5th
ARBLASTER - SARKAM THUNDER STORM
6th
BRANNAN - SARKAM MOONDUST
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Class C Pt 3 Judge
Mary Vessey


1st
FLETCHER - HALLIGALLI HIGH JYNX
2nd
HEALEY - GLENCY MREIG DEGU
3rd
SHARDLOW - TERANNOS IDEAL MAN
4th
MATTHEWS - LONGWAVES ECLIPSE OVER KRISMOS
5th
RICKWORD - TOUCH THE DREAM OF CLUBS
6th
REYNOLDS - WESTHORPHALL SARABI


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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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