If you have emailed Jean Rogers within the last few days and haven’t received a reply, don’t fret as she will be getting back to you…….as soon as she recovers from food poisoning!
Earlier this week the question was asked if anybody knew who the “not identified” person was in the twenty year old photograph of Glen of Imaal Terrier people at Birmingham National. There was thought it could be Sue Boswell but Sue, even though admitting to a rugby top of similar colour, was pretty positive that she had never had a late 80s feather cut like that person is sporting. The question though is now answered. Lin Smith says it was Anna Roxburgh sitting next to her!
Anybody else with any archive photographs?
The Crufts schedules (for next March)have been out a while but is Birmingham National after a new record? Six months before the show the schedule drops into the letter box. Will you know where yours is come next March and the closing date? Possibly that is what they are counting on; everybody realising they will loose it so will enter early. For anybody who wants to Terrier Day is Friday 7th May and Kathy George (her second time giving tickets) is judge of the day.
The AKC/Eukanuba Championship (12th & 13th December) at Long Beach, California will see 9 Glen of Imaal Terriers for judge Robert J Shreve.
When THAT television programme came out we all wondered how long other “fancies” would be safe. The Supreme is the cat equivalent of Crufts and this is how it was celebrated. Who will be next?
Back left (toasting the photographer) is Brenda Jones & opposite her is Gareth ? Next to Gareth is Liz Gay & then comes Ro Whinn-as she was then. Norma Wilkinson, partially concealed by Sue Phillips opening a bottle of wine, is next. Then there is Linda Smith’s mum, Linda herself but who is the person between her and Brenda?
There will be eye testing by Prof. Peter Bedford at the Glen Association Championship Show on December 5th. Details from Anne Hardy firstname.lastname@example.org
The Autumn edition of the Kennel Club Breed Record Supplement shows twenty Glen of Imaal Terriers being registered, eighteen puppies and two importations. One of the litters has “blue and brindle” as the colour but hopefully this is just a printing error. Sixteen Glens are also listed as having been eye tested and all were found to be unaffected at the date of test.
KCdog, The Kennel Club dog owners group, asks that everybody, please, spare a few minutes to fill this in . It doesn’t matter what breed you have-Glen of Imaal Terrier, Great Dane, Cavalier King Charles or mutt-all input is needed and welcome