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Bath Championship Show & Southern Counties critiques

GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIER

PGD (1) 1 Rogers’ Kingcottage Boogie On Basil. All male with great bone and substance, good strength of skull with correct proportions, good jaw, ok in front and body, good outline on the move, went well.

LD (4) 1 Alstead’s Golden Spurs. Strong, masculine male with all the essentials, correct strength in head and jaw, strong neck and shoulders with good front, correct spring of ribs with strong loin, good angles behind, good outline on the move, in good coat. DCC and BOB.

2 Hogburn’s Pajantick Razamataz. 19 mth old, excellent bone for size, good quality dog, very sound on the move, good breed type. Res CC.

3 Hannington’s Boudivella Oscar.

PB (1) 1 Hannington’s Boudivella Tegan. 9 mth old brindle, very raw at the moment, but has lots to offer, pleasing head and expression, ok for bone for size, good strong quarters, ok on the move, just needs time. BP.

JB (1) 1 Alstead’s Sigrid Helga At Pantcottage. 13 mth old, well made and very well balanced, feminine but still good strength of skull, neat in ears, ok for front and body, strong behind in good coat. Res CC.

PGB (1) 1 James & O’Brien’s Jessie Jay. Good size make and shape, correct bone and substance, head proportions good with good strength of jaw, neat ears, moves out well.

LB (2) 1 George’s Romainville Whistle Dixie. Overall good shape and type, very sound bitch, pleasing head with good expression, good neck and front assembly, strong behind, moves out well back and forth, pleased to award her BCC.

2 Hannington’s Romainville Uptown Girl. 6 yr old, good type, very well balanced all the way through, feminine head without losing strength, good in quarters, goes well.

OB (2, 1) 1 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Jean Genie. 5 yr old bitch with good proportions, excellent bone, well balanced throughout, clean front and correct body shape, went well.

VB (1) 1 Seall’s Ch Brockland Belle Bregorrey. Twelve and a half yr old bitch, credit to the owner for turning this bitch out in good fettle, excellent type and shape, pleasing front and body, good behind with muscle, showed well. BV.

M. Phillips (Judge)


SOUTHERN COUNTIES

PGD (2)1. Samuel, Jeonty Yippe Kiaye. 3 year grey with strong muzzle and good bite. Well sprung ribs and plenty of forechest. Has strong shoulders, good topline and profile ratios were good. Reasonable mover but could give a bit more.

2. Smith, Romainville Bilbo Baggins. 2 year wheaten with good head shape and strong jaw. Body has a decent shape but tad high on rear and also not moving at his best.

LD (1)1. Hogburn, Pajantick Razamataz. 19 month cracking grey boy that I really like. Good breadth to skull with dark round eye, strong jaws and large teeth. Good length to neck, strong shoulders and deep chest. Powerful driving rear with great movement. Still needs to mature in body and I really look forward to seeing this boy in the future. BD.

V (2)1. Barnes, Brockland Blackadder at Malsville. 12 year blue dog showing his age a little but has a lovely head and still got a good mouth. Strong neck, well-laid shoulders and deep chest. Steady mover.

2. Samuel, Jeonty Red Clover. 11 year red wheaten bitch of lovely character. Feminine in head with good mouth. Decent forehand and chest.

OB (1) 1. Seall, Ch Bregorrey Madam Defiance. 5 year old blue bitch I have had the pleasure of meeting before. Strong well-balanced feminine head, well-made forehand with good chest depth, spring of rib. Strong in topline and a lovely profile. Very sound mover with good drive and plenty of reach. Preferred her overall maturity to the dog in the challenge. BB BOB.

Roger Cruden (Shamsky)

 
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Posted by on July 11, 2017 in Dog Shows, General Glen Things

 

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Group placings galore!!

Glen of Imaal Terriers are certainly getting noticed in Groups at the moment.

In the USA Kilkennys Across the Universe at Setanta took a Group 1 at Kokomo Kennel Club, Keadeen Second Star To the Right a Group 3 at Coeur D’Alene and Finnabair Double D friend of a Friend a Gp 4 at Rhineland Kennel Club. The Owner Handler Groups are turning into a positive triumph for the breed with Keadeen’s Sir Emmet Mingus Glas annexing BOTH a Owner Handler Best In Show and Reserve Best In Show. Kilkenny’s Midleton of Irish Spirit also notched up an OHG1 as did Tipperary American Girl!

Canada may have only recently recognised Glens but recognised they certainly are with a Group 3, Group 4 and Best Puppy in Group for Gleann Holy Hannah and Groups 2 and 3 for Abberann Phelan.

In Europe there may not be the Group placings but there are certainly the dogs getting shown. At the Danish Terrier Club Gleann Cute Cocoon was Best of Breed and the Estonian Winners was a success for Gleann Flatbone Stiubhard with Gleann Damn Daisy Best Opposite. Helsinki International was a win for Gleann Cotton Cody with Damn Daisy once again Best Bitch. She made it three in a row at the Latvian Winners, this time to Gleann Bigwig. Turri Show was a BOB for Gleann Dear Dandelion and Best Dog was Gleann Eager Edgar

The UK saw a run of SKC, Bath, Southern Counties and the Glen Association Open Show with the top places being shared around. Scottish Kennel Club was a BOB for Amhard High Flyer with Sigrid Helga at Pantcottage taking the Bitch CC. Bath was Golden Spur and Romainville Whistle Dixie with Southern Counties seeing the first bitch BOB with Bregorrey Madam Defiance and Pajantick Razamatazz Best Opposite. The Glen Association saw Amhard High Flyer take home Best in Show with Reserve Best in Show going to the Reserve Best Dog Rollo The Great at his first ever official dog show! Best Bitch there was Romainville Razzamatazz. Best Puppy was Boudivella Tegan with Best Veteran Donvaleset Domino.

Besides the shows Glens were also at Burghley (courtesy of Nicki Atkin) for the Living Heritage Fair and Ciarin and Quinn were adding titles behind their names with RATCHX and Junior Earthdog. Monique sends special news of Ginny……qualififying for the 3rd time in Novice Buildings so earning her title today at the Performance Scent Dogs (PSD) trial in Westford, MA! She also learned two new scents this week, Anise & Clove, and was able to detect them during the Target Odor Tests.  “Star” though of this whole round up is summed up in owner Louise Lopez’s own words “I am so very, very proud of Tula! She earned her NW3 Elite title in Corvallis, Oregon today. This means she’s passed Nose Work 3 with a perfect score three times and is now qualified to compete at the Elite Level. She’s the first Glen to earn this title-such a wonderful girl”

Fabulous couple of weeks everybody and congratulations to all!

 
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Posted by on June 12, 2017 in Dog Shows, General Glen Things

 

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Busy weekend for beauty AND brains!

Busy weekend for Glen of Imaal Terrier people with two shows at the same venue on the same day, something well known in the States, but not in the UK. The EFG Open Show was held in the morning and Birmingham Gundog & Terrier in the afternoon with respective entries of just over and just under 30-the Glens giving the biggest entry in the Terrier Group at G&T. EFG Judge Roger Cruden certainly found as type he liked with Best In Show going to Bregorrey Madam Defiance and Best Dog (RBIS) to her brother Bregorrey Wannabe Victory by Jeonty. Their dam Brockland Belle Bregorrey was Best Veteran overall and her brother Brockland Blackadder at Malsville was Veteran Dog Winner. Best Puppy went to Romainville Razzamatazz with her brother, Roaminville Becks Blue for Zippor (nice to see that affix back in the Glen ring) Puppy Dog. The well admired clock went home with Cresta Garner, the ring number draw was won by Jean Rogers and the catalogue prize went to Gee Noone. At Gundog & Terrier Tony Hadley awarded BOB to Romainville Billy Wizz, BOS to Jeonty Maybee Daysee and Best Puppy to Jeonty Mini MeMe who made the cut in the Terrier Group.

At Tallinn Winners2016 BOB was Gleann Cotton Cody with BOS going to Gleann Una Noonan whilst at Vassa International Ungus MacGuire kept the Gleann flag flying with Best of Breed with Pearytail Candy McCoy Best Bitch.

Griffin (Ber-D-Mar Ballygriffin of Greystoke) continued to show his abilities in the coursing field with getting his 10th & 11th coursing legs and so his Coursing Ability Advanced Title. Monique Oliver writes “What an amazing weekend! Oliver participated in 2 Performance Scent Dogs trials, Saturday in eastern PA and Sunday in MA. He qualified in 5 classes, coming in first in Excellent Exteriors both days, second in Excellent Distance & Excellent Buildings, and third in Advanced Speed earning a title in that class. The big news is my Oliver and another dog became the first dogs to ever earn the overall Advanced level PSD title!!!”

Huge congratulations to everybody

 

 
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Posted by on April 18, 2016 in Dog Shows, General Glen Things

 

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Darlington Critique

GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIER 2015

Veteran Dog (2)

1. Hadley, Donvaleset Rebus, good outline and overall balance, good masculine head, balanced and correctly proportioned, good mouth for age, good ribs and body, short strong loin, well-muscled and moved well.

2. Brown, Jeonty Dinky Doughnut a typey dog, nice outline, wide in forequarters, nicely made body, good hindquarters, and a steady mover.

Minor Puppy Dog (1)

1. Hannington, Boudivella Oscar, pleasing in outline and overall balance, nice head, good bite, nice neck and shoulders, nicely made body, good hindquarters moved well

Puppy Dog ()

1. Rogers Gleann Dynamo Man at Jeonty (Fin Imp), nice size and overall balance, good masculine head, well placed shoulder, good, well sprung ribs, good hindquarters, moved well behind.

Junior Dog No Entries

Post Graduate Dog (1)

1. Alstead Golden Spurs, good masculine head with well-placed ears, strong jaw and good bite, ok in shoulders, nice quarters fore and aft, good length of rib, strong loin and well-muscled..

Limit Dog (3)

1. Howarth, Donvaleset Liffy At Arkview, Nice head, balanced with strong jaw and good bite, nice neck and shoulders, nice bone and substance, good ribs, strong loin, moved well. Res.C.C.

2. Davies, Donvaleset Rafferty At Viahninns, Very typical and similar to winner but longer cast in body,

3. Perrie Poachersmoon Angus Mag Og

Open Dog (1)

1. Rogers, Bregorrey Victory Wannabe By Jeonty, good head and eye, well placed shoulders, good forequarters, and good ribs, nicely made body, strong loin, and good hindquarters C.C. and Best Of Breed

Veteran Bitch No Entries

Minor Puppy Bitch No Entries

Puppy Bitch No Entries

Junior Bitch (1)

1. O’Brien & James, Amhard Jessie Jay, very typical, nice head, dark expressive eye, good neck and shoulders, good ribs and well-made body, although a little short in length, nice hindquarter.

Post Graduate Bitch No Entries

Limit Bitch (2)

1. Seall, Bregorrey Madam Defiance, pleasing in outline and overall balance, good feminine head and expression, nice neck, good shoulders and forequarters, good ribs and body strong loin, good hindquarters, moved and showed well. C.C.

2. Hannington, Romanville Uptown Girl, a well-balanced bitch with good outline, feminine head with good expression, good quarters fore and aft, strong loin, moved well. Res C.C.

Open Bitch No Entries

Judge: Peter E. Bakewell

 
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Posted by on November 17, 2015 in Dog Shows, General Glen Things

 

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Welsh Kennel Club critique

Glen Of Imaal Terriers

VD (2,1a)

1 Welch’s Int Ch Brockland Brayhead Lad, brindle, so sound. The years have stood still for this dog, he is in wonderful ‘nick’. Moved so well. Withdrew from challenging – what a shame!

PD (3)

1 Rogers’ Gleann Dynamo Man at Jeonty, brindle. Very strong head. Good bite. Dark eye. Good shape. Well set ears. Good front & rear. Sound topline & tail spot on. Jacket coming on nicely. Moved well. CC & BP;

2 Hannington’s Boudivella Oscar, fawn. Good head. Not the earset of winner. Good topline. Moved out well;

3 Rogers’ Kingcottage Boogie On Basil.

JD (2)

1 Hardy’s Amhard Justin Thyme, fawn. Good strong head. Good bite. Well set ears. Shoulder & top very sound. Jacket hard. Moved well. RCC; 2 K Boogie On Basil, fawn, nice looking dog but not moving so well.

PGD (0).

LD (5,1)

1 Welch’s Romainville Brannigan at Brockland, fawn. Very sound. Earset, mouth, outline so good. Jacket coming in nice. Not moving so well at rear end;

2 Hardy’s Amhard High Flyer, good body & moving well, but no jacket for a 3 year old dog;

3 Davis’ Donvaleset Rafferty at Viahninns.

OD (0).

VB & PB (0).

JB (2)

1 Hardy & Tune’s Amhard Jeez Louise, fawn. Very nice. Good sound head & strong on topline. Good front & rear. Jacket coming on well. Very alert. Moved with drive;

2 O’Brien & James’ Amhard Jessie Jay, fawn. Not the movement of my winner & I did prefer tailset of 1. Moved out well & good jacket.

PGB (1)

1 Hardy’s Amhard Indy Kate, brindle. Sweet head. Good bite. Dark eye. Topline so sound. Tailset bang on. Moved out well. Very nice. RCC.

LB (3)

1 Seall’s Bregorrey Madam Defiance, dark brindle. Beautiful head. So very alert. Bite spot on. Shoulder & neck so good. Top very sound, in lovely jacket, a picture on the move. Showed to advantage. CC & BOB;

2 George & Sullivan’s Romainville Fade To Grey, brindle. Nice to go over but she kept looking around on the move, which broke her movement pattern & made her front look poor, pity;

3 Hannington’s Romainville Uptown Girl.

OB (0).

A P STEPHENSON(Judge)

 
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Posted by on November 10, 2015 in Dog Shows, General Glen Things

 

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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.

Bregorrey Wannabe Victory By Jeonty, Bregorrey Madam Defiance

 

 
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Posted by on September 21, 2015 in Dog Shows, General Glen Things

 

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Beauty and Brains

We’re used to hearing about Glen of Imaal Terrier siblings taking awards at the same show or in the same area but what about different countries? At Welsh Kennel Club Best of Breed was Bregorrey Madam Defiance with the dog ticket (and Best Puppy) going to Gleann Dynamo Man at Jeonty whilst over at the Baltic Winners and the Baltic Terrier Show in Estonia brother Gleann Dynamite Mike was BOB both days. Stiubhard Cutie Pie at Gleann took Best Bitch to him on both days. It was a double weekend also for Marfidal Emousonia who took home the big rosette at both Kouvola and Heinola. Marfidal Spsrkele of Meomodo was Best Bitch to him at Kouvola.

At the Arctic Circle Dog Show (how about that for a name) MacNallys Gracie was Best of Breed and at Tralee, the final show of the Irish Circuit, Abberann Phelan was BOB, and a very nice Group 3, with Ballyclare May Best Opposite.

A breed first is proudly announced by Anne-Marie Pember with her Kera taking the Barn Hunt Master title and Mary Householder is equally proud to tell everybody that Hannah has obtained her coursing ability title.

Well done everybody.

 
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Posted by on August 24, 2015 in Dog Shows, General Glen Things

 

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