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Monthly Archives: September 2015
As the 2016 diaries come into the shops…
For anybody in the UK who likes to advance plan the 2016 Glen of Imaal Terrier judges these are the ones already approved by the Kennel Club:-
13/03/2016 Crufts Mr W Browne-Cole
02/04/2016 National Terrier Club Mr J Luscott
05/05/2016 Birmingham Dog Show Society Ltd Mrs Valerie Harley
27/05/2016 Bath Canine Society Mr P Wilkinson
16/09/2016 Darlington Dog Show Society Ltd Mr M S King
07/10/2016 South Wales Kennel Association Mr J Horswell
27/11/2016 Glen Of Imaal Terrier Association Mr Tim Harrison
and if you would like a customised EFG diary for yourself or as a Christmas present why not give Jean Rogers a ring or send her an email?
New Champions and Group Placements!!!!
What a set of results to bring together; reckon it is three new Glen of Imaal Terrier Champions, two new working titles plus numerous Group Placements. The 3 newbies are Abberann Karl, Keadeen’s Sir Emmett Mingus Glas & Ber-D-Mar Ballygriffin of Greystone. Karl took his third ticket at Belfast with Abberann Ennya taking the Bitch CC and Abberann Phelan & Daulton’s Midnight Sky of Galore Taking the respective two Reserves. Keadeen’s Sir Emmett Mingus Glas took his title at the Monroe KC cluster with Best of Winners all three days. Ber-D-Mar Ballygriffin of Greystone took his title with 2 Best Opposites at the West Velusia KC back to backs. Congratulations to the breed’s new Champions but special applause for Griff as his front CH will give a bit of balance to the BN, RA, CGCA, RATO, JE, NJP, CA(NW1) that appear at the back of his name.
Monique writes about the mighty Ollie “Oliver earned his Nose Work 3 Vehicle title (NW3-V) at the NACSW Nose Work trial in Ashby, Massachusetts on Saturday. The weather was finally cooler and he was extremely motivated to find the hidden birch, anise, and clove odours.” With Laura writing that Niamh has earned her Master FAST agilty title. 10 qualifying runs are required to get this.
At Carlow Championship Show Abberann Phelan was Best of Breed with Group 4, Best Bitch was Ir Ch Daulton’s Midnight Sky of Galore. At Gig Harbour in America Keadeen’s Chloe was BOB & BOBOH Group 2 at one of the shows and Keadeen’s Blue Boy for Bluesette was BOB at the other.
The West Volusia Finnabair All In took the top award and OH Group 4 at the first show and Finnabair Song O’My Heart was BOB plus OH Group 3 as well as Terrier Group 3. A cluster at Monroe, Michigan saw Abberann Torcan take all three of the Best of Breeds. The only European result to come in was the Hyvinkaa Group Show In Finland with Gleann Damn Daisy Best of Breed and Susamurun Resta Qui Best Bitch.
Looking at the Glen Gathering group photo from Barre, MA it was one heck of a day.
Everybody should give everybody else a round of applause-you all do Glen of Imaal Terriers so proud!!!!!
South Wales entry
12 Glen of Imaal Terriers are entered for South Wales Kennel Association
It’s the 70th
West Midlands Terrier is having their 70th Anniversary Show on November 28th. It’s a good show and, over the years, they have certainly supported Glen of Imaal Terriers. The schedule is available on Fossedata
Code of Sportsmanship
Excellent list from the IKC! Anybody care to comment?
Code of Sportsmanship from the Irish Kennel Club
Sportsmen commit themselves to values of fair play, honesty, courtesy, and vigorous competition, as well as winning and losing with grace.
Sportsmen refuse to compromise their commitment and obligation to the sport of purebred dogs by injecting personal advantage or consideration into their decisions or behaviour.
The sportsman judge judges only on the merits of the dogs and considers no other factors.
The sportsman judge or exhibitor accepts constructive criticism.
The sportsman exhibitor declines to enter or exhibit under a judge where it might reasonably appear that the judge’s placements could be based on something other than the merits of the dogs.
The sportsman exhibitor refuses to compromise the impartiality of a judge.
The sportsman respects the Irish Kennel Clubs bye-laws, rules, regulations and policies governing the sport of purebred dogs.
Sportsmen find that vigorous competition and civility are not inconsistent and are able to appreciate the merit of their competition and the effort of competitors.
Sportsmen welcome, encourage and support newcomers to the sport.
Sportsmen will deal fairly with all those who trade with them.
Sportsmen are willing to share honest and open appraisals of both the strengths and weaknesses of their breeding stock
Sportsmen spurn any opportunity to take personal advantage of positions offered or bestowed upon them.
Sportsmen always consider as paramount the welfare of their dog.
Sportsmen refuse to embarrass the sport, the Irish Kennel Club, or themselves while taking part in the sport
All Glen of Imaal Terrier owners should read this!
Even if you don’t really want to know, and some don’t, please take time to have a read at this http://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/media/685759/glen_of_imaal_terrier.pdf . It’s of interest to ALL Glen of Imaal Terrier owners wherever you reside!
Need a little more explanation? Try this http://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/media/695071/dog_health_infographic1.pdf or this http://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/media/695075/dog_health_infographic2.pdf
Just one show this weekend.
Thanks for sending results from Glen of Imaal Terriers around the world but, for once, we’re just staying in the United Kingdom and at just one show. At Darlington Championship Show Peter Bakewell adjudicated and gave the Dog CC (with BOB) to Bregorrey Wannabe Victory by Jeonty with the Bitch ticket going to Bregorrey Madam Defiance. The two Reserve CCs were respectively Donvaleset Liffy at Arkview and Romainville Uptown Girl. Best Puppy was Boudivella Oscar. So why does this need sole billing?
By awarding the two Challenge Certificates to the Glens he did two new Champions were made up and that made an incredible four from one litter, three here and one in America. Brockland Belle Bregorrey was mated, for some, rather late in life-she made up to Champion even later-as a CRD3 test was being waited for due to her pedigree. It can only be mused as to what may have been produced by her if it had happened earlier.
The sire of this now noteworthy litter was also a Veteran but Jeonty Wannabe Buster was a “dog with a record”. Already the sire of 3 Champions, at the time of the mating, as well as being a multi Champion himself it is so, so fitting that Peter took his tally of top progeny to a number that will probably never be equalled for a long time. Such an honoured tribute to a dog that joined “The Family” just three days previous to the show. We congratulate everybody at Darlington but Bussie it is your memory saluted.
Montgomery Cluster entry
Glen of Imaal Terrier entries for the Montgomery cluster.
Hatboro, Wednesday: 16 Glens 4-0 (6-6)
M&E, Thursday: 19 Glens 5-3 (7-4)
Hatboro, Friday: 18 Glens 5-2 (6-5)
Devon, Saturday: 23 Glens 8-4 (5-6)
MCKC: 47 Glens 9-6 (7-8) 17 Puppy Sweeps 3-1 (0-0) Veteran Sweeps 1-2 (0-0)
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