There will be 13 Glen of Imaal Terriers for judge Mike Brown at Midland Counties Show. Terrier day is Saturday October 27th and Glens Will NOT be in the ring before 11.15am. (3rd in Ring 4-Argyle Building)
Midland Counties (online) entries close on Monday-17th September. Terrier day is Saturday 27th October and Glen of Imaals will be judged by Mike Brown.
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.
Midland Counties have extended their online entry until next Monday-25th. Tony Hadley is judging Glen of Imaal Terriers and Friday 27th October is Terrier Day
Midland Counties (postal) entries close Monday. Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by Tony Hadley and Terrier Day is Friday 27th October. Online entries close on 18th September
There is an entry of 15 Glen of Imaal Terriers for judge Stephen Holmes at Midland Counties Championship Show. Terrier Day is Thursday 27th October and Glens are 4th in Ring 3 (not before 12.30pm)
It’s been a busy few days for Glen of Imaal Terrier people. At Darlington Championship Show it was a Romainville Double with Billy Whizz taking Best of Breed & Jean Genie Best Bitch. The two Reserves were Pajantick Star Trooper and Romainville Fade To Grey. The Dutch Glen Association held their Annual Champions Club Match with the BIS rosette being awarded to Billy Tow vom Au Deich with his daughter Fear Fiuntair Candy Keva Best Opposite so another double there. Reserve Dog & Bitch were McJake’s Angels’s Son Djuke & McJake’s Aivy. Carlow was another Best of Breed for Abberann Phelan and Abberann Reach For The Stars Ryanne was Best Bitch
The Irish Sporting Glen Club had their big weekend of showing, weight pulling etc. and have sent some nice photographs. Best In Show went to Stiubhard Hit the Road Jack at Ardgraigue with Stiubhard Bellatrix L’Estrange Best Bitch. They’ll be more coverage of their event on Friday as the judge promised her critique so hopefully it’ll be available by then. At the Danish Kennel Club International Show McCormac Setna Sithbacc took the Copenhagen Winners title with Bowler Hats Boggie Woogie taking home Best Bitch.
Over in America belated news of two Group 2s for Finnabair Double D Friend of a Friend at Evergreen Colorado Kennel Club back to back.Whilst across the country at Timberland KC Keadeen’s Sir Emmet Mingus Glas was taking BOB & Owner Handler Group 1 over Keadeen’s Second Star To The Right. South Shore Kennel Club saw Daulton’s Wild Night Galore take Best of Breed but the star of the day was Best Opposite Kilkenny’s Granite Glen Lily who was BOB Owner Handler, then took the Terrier Group Owner Handler and finally ended up as RBISOH! Friday at South Shore had Ber-D-Mar Sweet William O’Shea take the BOB rosette home with Kilkenny’s Granite Glen Rooney Best Bitch. Cape Cod KC was another BOB for Daulton’s Wild Night Galore and another BB for Kilkenny’s Granite Glen Rooney and this was repeated again on Sunday. Licking River Kennel Club (love that name) saw another Group Placement when BOB Daulton’s Rory took OH Group 3, Daulton’s Caoimhe of Pine Meadow was Best Opposite on the first day with another Owner Handler Group placement, this time 4, on the second day for Rory with Emerald Isle Keeley with Daulton taking Best Bitch. Greater Lafayette Kennel Club had, yet another, Glen getting the nod for a Group placement with Abberann Torcan getting Gp2.
All these fabulous awards deserve fabulous congratulations but the honour of the day has to go to Kylee. Owner Laura Trainor writes:-CH Rainbow Springs Kylee of Cnoc CD RE OAP OJP OFP CGCA has earned her Senior Barn Hunt title at the Central Bark trial in Central Square, NY. Not too bad for a 12 year old!
Well done everybody and if you’re in the UK and thinking of entering Midland Counties Show (Terrier Day Thursday 22nd October) where Stephen Holmes is judging Glens you need to get a move on as entries close today
Midland Counties (late October) have released their schedule. Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by Stephen Holmes and terrier Day is Thursday 27th.
Glen of Imaal Terriers
PD (1) 1 Hannington’s Boudivella Oscar, wheaten with a nice dark eye, typical front shoulders, well laid back, correct topline, good bend of stifle. BP.
JD (1)1 Dunning’s Romainville Freddies Choice, pleasing head & expression, good neck, shoulders, topline & tailset, nice spring of rib, moved & showed OK.
PGD (1)1 George’s Romainville Jazz Man, good head, dark eye, nice reach of neck, shoulders well laid back, nice depth of brisket, strong quarters, moved & showed well. RBD.
OD (2,1a)1 George’s Ch Romainville Billy Wizz, excellent type with good overall balance, has a lovely head & expression, good neck & shoulders, has a correct topline & tailset, strong loin & quarters, harsh coat, moved both free & easy. BD & BOB.
JB (1)1 George’s Romainville Maggie May, wheaten, has a pleasing head with a strong muzzle, typical front, shoulders well laid, good spring of rib, topline rising to the loin. BB.
PGB (1) A.
OB (3,1)1 George & Garnham’s Romainville Fade To Grey, well proportioned head, nice reach of neck, well sprung, deep chest, good topline rising to a strong loin, muscular quarters, harsh coat, well balanced throughout, moved OK. RBB;
2 Hannington’s Romainville Uptown Girl, good head, eye & well placed ears, nice front, well placed shoulders ribbed well back, strong quarters, good bend of stifle.
JACK WATSON (Judge)
Midland Counties have 10 Glen of Imaal Terriers. Judge is Jack Watson and Terrier Day is Sunday 25th October