Online entries close for Darlington Championship Show TODAY (August 7th) at midday. Terrier day is September 14th and Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by David Shields and are first in the ring at 9.00am
Alison Seall writes:-
Please bring your DNA swab kits to the World Dog Show on Friday .
DNA archive submissions can be given to me at the World Dog Show on Friday and I will take them back to the UK & post them to the Animal Health Trust
I also have 20-30 swab kits for anyone who would like to contribute to the archive … please find me on the Friday at the WDS.
I can also take back any unwanted swab kits.
Darlington and Belfast Championship Dog Shows have announced their entries. At Belfast there are 10 Glen of Imaal Terriers for judge Bill Brown-Cole. Terrier day is Saturday 23rd September. Darlington sees 15 Glens for Tom Mather. Terrier Day there is Friday September 15th.
Postal entries for Darlington Championship Show close today. Tom Mather is the judge for Glen of Imaal Terriers and they are on Friday 15th September. Entries rise by £2 a dog after today if you are using online entry
Darlington Championship Show has an entry of 20 Glen of Imaal Terriers for judge Max King. Terrier Day is Friday 16th September and are first in at 9.30am (Ring A/Pavillion D)
Entries close for Darlington Championship Show next Tuesday (2nd August) Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by Max King and are in the ring at 9.00am. Terrier Day is Friday 16th September
Entries for Darlington Championship Dog Show should have closed today but the date has been extended to August 5th. Terrier Day is Friday 12th September and the judge for Glen of Imaal Terriers is Harold Gay
Glen of Imaal Terrier people are still enthusiastically out and about. In Finland at Porvoo Best of Breed was awarded to Rosears Finavia with BOS to Rosears Humpty Dumpty and at the Helsinki Group Show Rosears Heads or tails was Best of Breed. At the Irish Sporting Glen event an Overall Champion is awarded and this went to Bailielands Leanbh Orga who picked up Best Bitch, Reserve Best In Show and other points along the way from the various classes. Best Dog was Ballyclare Luke
In America Laura and Ch Niamh of Cnoc go from strength to strength in the agility world. The AKC agility titles are earned by qualifying at events and Niamh, after a week of agility, has added three double Qs (qualifying 6 times out of 6).
In the UK Darlington Championship Show saw a very unusual event, a Glen was shortlisted in the adult Terrier Group. The breed was shortlisted in the Puppy group there only last year but can anybody remember when the last adult group was? Breed judge, Jeff Luscott, awarded Best of Breed to Johnny Be Good at Romainville with the words “what a performance!” and obviously Group Judge Andrew Hunt felt the same way. The Bitch CC at Darlington went to Jeonty MeMe Fern and Best Puppy was Amhard High Flyer.
Huge Congratulations to everybody!!!!!!