The Glen of Imaal Terrier Association Open Show closes Monday May 21st NOT the Sunday as per schedule. The show is on Sunday June 3rd at Shenstone Village Hall, Barnes Road, Shenstone. Staffs. WS14 0LT. Keith Baldwin is to judge the regular classes and Amy Hannington the Special Award classes.
The Glen Association Open show will be held on Sunday 4th June at Pilsley Village Hall, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Judging the main show will be Ann Bradley with Joanne Davies doing the special classes. Schedules can be obtained from Anne Hardy email@example.com or 01777 703417 and entries close this saturday
The EFG Open Show is in 11 days time and then it is the turn of the Glen Association Show. Their show will be held on Sunday 4th June at Pilsley Village Hall, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Judging the main show will be Ann Bradley with Joanne Davies doing the special classes. Schedules can be obtained from Anne Hardy firstname.lastname@example.org or 01777 703417 and entries close May 20th
Another week and more smiling Glen of Imaal Terrier owners!
In Finland Gleann Elite Ellie took 2 BOBs ahead of her respective brothers, Gleann Expert Edvard and Gleann Eager Edgar. Over at Latvian Winners Pearytail Bonnie B Goode took BOB and became a Latvian Champion. Interestingly cats are shown at the same time-is there any other country that shows the two species together? At the Northern Terrier Club in Sweden McNally’s Gracie became a Swedish Champion.
The Glen Association Show saw Best Dog, Best Veteran and Best In Show go to Grizzlemarsh Digby with Best Bitch to Romainville Fade to Grey. The two Reserves were, respectively, Amhard Just in Thyme and Young May Moon.
Over in the States Theresa Nesbitt writes that “Abberann Torcan had a nice “weekend in Wheaton” with a Group 2 and Group 4 win. His little sister Abberann Derbla “Ava” made a stunning American debut starting off with a major over 3 champion bitches.” Keadeen Blue Boy for Bluesette also had a great weekend with 3 Best of Breeds, 2 owner handler Group 1s and a Terrier Group 2.
Niamh (with Laura) has staked another title in the “brains” stakes when she qualified Senior in Barn Hunter for the fabulous title of RATS and Oliver earned first place and his 2nd Excellent Speed leg at the Performance Scent Dogs trial in Westborough, MA
The Glen Association Open Show (12th June-Shenstone) closes on Monday. Schedule from Anne Hardy email@example.com. Also Windsor Championship Show online entries close today. Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by Darwin Martin (anybody got any idea who that is?) and Terrier day is July 3rd.
Just a reminder that the Glen Association Open Show is tomorrow. It’s at Cottesmore Community Centre, Cottesmore, LE15 7DN. The AGM is 11.00am with the show beginning at 2.00pm. There is an entry of 29
The Open Show of the Glen of Imaal Association wiill be held on June 9th at Cottesmore Community Centre, Main Street, Cottesmore, Nr Oakham, Leics. LE15 7DN. Judging to begin at 2.00pm. The judge is Val Harley. Schedules from Ann Hardy firstname.lastname@example.org
Best of Breed Glen of Imaal Terrier at 3 Counties Championship Show was Barney (Int Ch Brockland Brayhead Lad) with Best Bitch going to Rose (Romainville Briar Rose). The respective Reserves were Johhny Be Good at Romainville and Romainville Tigan. Best Puppy was Pajantick Jimmy Mack.
As the highest “search” this week has been Glen Association Open Show the Secretary was asked for details but she must be too busy to reply so we’ll do our best to help. If you are concerned about traffic hold ups try AA Road Watch and if wondering about the weather the Met Office should help. Raffle prizes will probably be appreciated and as to entries…….it can be something to muse on whilst travelling there!