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Midland Counties have announced an entry of 9 Glen of Imaal Terriers. Tony Hadley is the judge and Terrier day is Friday 27th October. Glens are scheduled in ring 4 after 1.00pm.
Glen of Imaal Terriers aren’t a breed that feature over much in Group top placings but the round up this week brings in an incredible seven!
Arcadia Florida saw a cluster and Finnabair Double D Friend of a Friend getting Best of Breed on all four days plus Groups 2, 3 & 4. Best opposite to him was Finnabair Cattskill Goldie. Keadeen’s Blue Boy for Bluesette, on his way home back to the north-west, stopped over in Idaho for two Best of Breeds at Lizard Butte Kennel Club & two at Idaho Capital City Kennel Club where he picked up a OHG3 and OHG2. Mad River Valley KC saw another group placement for Glens when Kilkenny’s Middleton of Irish Spirit took OHG4. In New York state Daulton’s Princess C Hatteras took a couple of Best of Breeds and clocked up number seven group placement for Glens with a OHG2.
Jyvaskyla (Finland) was a Best of Breed for Highlander’s Dream Casper with Pearytail Candy McCoy Best Bitch on day 1 & day 2 was a win for Gleann Bigwig. In Germany it was the Bundessieger weekend and big success for the Juniors with both the National and International shows having the same results, Best of Breed Gleann Holly at Spirit of Ireland with Jeonty Junior Fire & Ice Best Dog.
The big road trip over to Montgomery & back (four weeks in total) for the Dairiki boys wasn’t just for exhibition ribbons as Jeff writes “This weekend in Boise Quinn passed four of four master runs at the Valley Barn Hunt trials, earning his RATCHX title (as well as passing two of two crazy 8 runs, earning his CZ8B title.) Ciarán passed both of his master runs yesterday, earning high in class in both.
When you look at the gallery you’ll see a picture that doesn’t seem to fit. It’s Keadeen Second Star to the Right in the Group ring at Montgomery last week, the photograph arrived too late. Even though the top says seven group placements Glens probably had eight as the news has only come in unofficially about one of them……hint…hint if you haven’t sent. Here it is. Welcome to a new name for the weekend round up, Abberann Black Velvet Band by Galore who took 2 Best of Breeds and OHG1 & 2 in Oklahoma so it’s actually a tremendous NINE group placements!!!!!
Brilliant weekend everybody
Ladies Kennel Association postal entries close on Monday. Terrier Day is Sunday 10th December and Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by Alison Seall
GLEN OF IMAAL JUDGE DARLINGTON 17
1 Hannington’s Boudivella Oscar. Strong, masculine head with powerful jaw. Good forehand with well laid shoulders, slight bow and good bone. Typical topline and good set on. Shown in excellent coat. Moved very well.
2 Rogers’ Gleann Dynamo Man at Jeonty (Imp). Not quite the coat texture of the winner but he too has a good head and expression, decent forehand with good bone and nicely padded feet. Sound and free moving.
3 Hardy’s Amhard Justin Thyme
1 Alstead’s Ch Golden Spurs. An impressive exhibit with a grand head, dark eye, good ears and powerful jaw and muzzle. Strong moderate neck, well laid shoulders and good bone. Well ribbed with a strong, slightly arched loin. Impressed on the move. Shown in excellent coat & condition. CC & BOB.
2 Hogburn’s Pajantick Razamataz. Very typical and pleasing for balance. Good width of skull, well placed eyes and ears. Well bodied with muscular, nicely angulated hind quarters. Very easy on the move with plenty of drive. Reserve CC.
3 Hardy’s Amard High Flyer
1 Rogers’ Jeonty Jyn A New Hope. A smart, well balanced youngster, good breadth and length of skull, strong foreface. Strong wide chest with well laid shoulders. Shown in a good jacket and her maturity of body gave her the edge today.
2 George’s Romainville Rock On Lizzie. Less finished than the winner but she too has an attractive, typical head and expression. Good harsh topcoat. Strong loin. Sound and she displayed an effortless, free moving gait.
1 Hannington’s Boudivella Tegan. Good sized skull, strong jaw, pleasing eye. Good breadth of chest, decent forehand with good bone. Well ribbed with strong loin giving typical topline. Good set on. Very good profile action, just a little untidy going away from me.
1 George’s A Romainville Whistle Dixie. Lovely substance, type and balance. Good breadth of skull with neat well set ears. Strong jaw. Good ribbing and short strong loin. Impressed on the move with a very easy driving action. Good double coat. Reserve CC.
2 James & O’brien’s Amhard Jessie Jay. Pleasing, typical head and expression with dark, well set eyes. Typical topline. Good set on. Maybe a little too well ribbed! Good quarters and she moved out with some drive. A lovely character.
3 Hardy and Tune’s Amhard Jeez Louise
1 Hannington’s Romainville Uptown Girl. Very typical and well balanced with good breadth of skull, lovely dark eye and good ears. Decent forehand with slight bow and well padded feet. Strong loin and good rib with typical topline. Moved out well. CC, her third I was told, congratulations.
Judge: Tom Mather
GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIER
1 White’s Abberann Cosmic Cowboy. Blue puppy with promise, liked his overall make and shape, just needs to settle and when he does should trouble the best.
1 Hannington’s Boudivella Osca. Wheaten with a good head shape and strong muzzle, correct front and feet, very good body proportions, would have preferred slightly more rise, moved so well both ways, excellent coat and condition.
1 White’s Ch Ir Am Sw Ch Abberann Conan An Ch 06/07/08 CW 07/08/09/10. What a pleasure to go over this 12 yr old blue from his very good head shape, strong muzzle, neat, correct ears, body proportions and depth and rise to his correct front and rear and muscletone. His effortless free movement, coat and condition was excellent. I was so pleased to see him go Group 4.
1 George’s Romainville Rock On Lizzie. Promising raw wheaten, typy head, good bite, good body proportions, just needs time.
1 Hannington’s Boudivella Tegan. Good head and eye, correct topline and length, moved well going, needs to settle a tad in front.
1 George’s Romainville Whistle Dixie. Good width to head, ample neck, strong loin, moved well going.
1 White’s Ir Ch Abberann Reach For The Stars Ryanne. Quality blue bitch, loved her typical front, good hindquarters used to advantage, good feet, in the best of coats, pushed hard for top spot.
2 White’s Ir/Nl Ch Daultons Midnight Sky Of Galore. Another very good bitch with well sprung ribs, strong loin, excellent hindquarters, moved so well going but preferred front of first.
3 Hannington’s Romainville Uptown Girl.
Judge W Browne-Cole
Top spot for the Glen of Imaal Terrier catch up must be America this week. The beginning of October is the biggie in the US terrier world of what is known as the Montgomery Cluster which is four shows. Number one was the first Hatboro with a win for Kilkenny’s Across The Universe of Setanta with Ber-D-Mar William O’Shea Best Opposite. Hatboro 2 saw Abberann Phelan (down from Canada) make a strike for the males with Keadeen Second Star To The Right Best Bitch. Devon was a repeat of Hatboro One and that it was Montgomery and it was a triumph for the Glens that had come all the way over from the North West of America when Second Star To The Right was awarded Best of Breed (3 out of the 4 days going to bitches) and Best Dog to Keadeen Sir Emmet Mingus Glas. What a fabulous day for the Tighes to have bred both winners at such a show.
It was a double at South Wales Kennel Association as well. Gleann Dynamo Man at Jeonty took his 3rd ticket and Best of Breed whilst Jeonty Jyn a New Hope was the Bitch CC winner and Best Puppy; father and daughter The two Reserves were also a double as Boudivella Osca and Romainville Uptown Girl are a son and mother. The Gleann affix had a marvellous weekend as Gleann Holy Hannah was Group 2 in Canada, Best Puppy in Group and became a Canadian Champion one day and a Gp4 and BPIG the next, whilst in Norway Gleann Easter Eamon was Best of Breed and became a Nordic Champion to make three Champions in three different countries on the same weekend.
Tuulos had two days of shows with Jeonty Just a Dream Ansa taking BOB & Meomodo Trick or Treat taking Best Opposite one day with Rosears Master of the House & Rosears Everything U Wish The Other, BOB & BOS respectively on the other. Hyvinkaa Puppy Show saw Gleann Indico Indy get the nod for Best of Breed with Glenrosedale Dubheasa darina getting Best Bitch.
Montgomery is THE US Terrier event in more ways than one as they do agility and Barnhunt as well. Laura Trainor sends a report the Glen brains also did pretty good there with Ciaran and Quinn both getting a Q twice in Master Barnhunt, Niamh one in Master and Liam once in Instinct. Niamh also Q’d in Master Standard Agility twice and Master Jumpers once. Over in California Louise Lopez’s Sullivan was obtaining his “title ribbon for Nose Work Element Specialty Level 1 Interiors.”
Glen of Imaal Terriers Rock!!!!!
Glen of Imaal Terriers
I would first like to thank the Officers & Committee for their kind invitation to judge at the show. This was my first time giving tickets in our lovely breed. I had a wonderful day, thank you. many thanks also to the exhibitors who took the time to show their dogs under me.
LIMIT DOG: 1) Hannington’s Boudivella Osca. Nice wheaten. Good head, nice dark eye, good bite. Moved with good drive with nice topline. RCC. 2) Alstead’s Golden Spur. Nice brindle, nice head, dark eye. Nice harsh coat. Moved okay.
OPEN DOG: 1) Sage’s Romainville Fast ‘N’ Furious at Wickholm. Good strong boy, well boned. Lovely head, dark eye, strong jaw, good bite, moved with drive. CC & BOB.
PUPPY BITCH: 1) Hannington’s Boudivella Tegan. Lovely little girl coming on nicely. Nice head, good dark eye, strong jaw, correct bite. Very excited on the move but when settled moved well. One to watch. Best Puppy. 2) George’s Romainville Izzy Wizzy. Lovely blue, nice coat, good head, dark eye, strong jaw, good bite, nice bone, moved okay.
JUNIOR BITCH: 1) Alstead’s Sigrid Helga at Pantcottage. Nice well made girl, good head, dark eye, good bite, moved well with drive. 2) Sage’s Wickholm Breaking Dawn. Larger wheaten of good bone, strong head, dark eye. Moved okay.
POST GRADUATE BITCH: 1) James & O’Brien’s Amhard Jessie Jay. Well put together girl. Nice head, good eye, strong jaw, moved out well with drive.
LIMIT BITCH: 1) George & Sullivan’s Romainville Jean Genie. Nice girl, strong head, nice dark eye, strong jaw, moved sound. 2) Hannington’s Romainville Uptown Girl. Well boned girl, nice head, mouth okay, moved fine.
OPEN BITCH: 1) George & Garnham’s Romainville Fade To Grey. Stunning girl, nice all round. Head of good size. Lovely dark eye, correct bite, good bone, pleasing to go over, moved well. Bitch CC but pipped for BOB. 2) Ashcroft’s Romainville Moira. Another nice well put together girl. Lovely head, dark eye, good bone, moved well. 3) Seall’s Ch Bregorrey Madam Defiance.
VETERAN BITCH: 1) Seall’s Ch Brockland Belle Bregorrey. What a stunner. She was full of life. Nice strong girl who showed off well. Beautiful head, dark eye, moved around the ring with ease for a 12.5 year old. Well deserved RCC. 2) Sage’s Jeonty Lola May at Wickholm. Again another lovely girl of 8.5. years. Full of charm, in good condition, expression to die for. Nice head eye, excellent bone, moved freely round the ring.
Roger Bill (Judge)