There are 13 Glen of Imaal Terriers entered for judge Moira Barrass and Terrier Day is Sunday 21st. Glens are 6th in ring 1 so it’ll be late home rather than an early start
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Scottish Kennel Club online entries close at MIDDAY today. Terrier Day is Sunday 21st May & Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by Moira Barrass
Judges at Championship Shows for the first 6 months of 2017.
NATIONAL TERRIER-Peter Bakewell
BIRMINGHAM NATIONAL-Roger Bill
SCOTTISH KENNEL CLUB-Moira Barrass
SKC online entries close today. Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by Jean Rogers
Everybody with any experience of Glen of Imaal Terriers knows that the older they get the better they get and this weekend proves it. The fabulous Ollie, now officially 15 years and 6 months, was at a Performance Scent Dogs trial where he qualified in all 3 events and even earned 1st place in the Novice Building (interior) search & 3rd place in the Novice Distance class. What a man!
The exhibition side also saw age and experience triumph up in Scotland when Paul Eardley awarded the Bitch CC to Ch Brockland Belle Bregorrey at 10 and a half. Dog CC and Best of Breed went to the “boy of the moment” Ch Romainville Billy Whizz with the two Reserves going to Ch Donvaleset Brier and Golden Spur respectively. Best Puppy was Gleann Dynamo Man at Jeonty making his debut at 6 months old whilst in Helsinki his sister, Gleann Damn Daisy was taking Group 4 at a puppy show.
Hibernian Show in Ireland saw Ch Abberann Phelan adding another Best of Breed to his belt with Ch Abberann Ennya Best Opposite. At Hollola (Finland) Pearytail Black Cat was BOB. In Bramsche, Germany it was a first CAC for BaililandsTarbh. In America the 2 Blennerhassett Kennel Club Shows saw GCH Daulton’s Conan from Cill Dara take the top ribbon both days. Also (wait for this and they have to have full titles for this announcement) Ber-D-Mar Ballygriffin, BN, RA,JE, RATO, CGCA, NW1, NJP and Finnabair Winston O’Reilley, BN, RA, GN, CD, JE, THDA, TD, VCD1,NAP, NJP, CGCA, NW1, RATS earned their AKC coursing ability titles.
Malinka Lingmont writes: Last Saturday the Dutch Glen Association held their annual show of puppies and young dogs up to 24 months of age.The dogs were judged but not placed. There was no winner. There was an entry of 16 dogs plus 4 veterans. Mrs. Joke Bode judged the dogs and she saw some very promising youngsters both from Dutch and German origin. Two litters, with both parents, were presented, one of them even included the presence of two grandmothers.Pictures of all the present dogs are on the website at http://www.irishglenofimaalterrier.nl/puppy-jongehonden-en-nakomelingen-dag
Scottish Kennel Club Show is this weekend with an incredible entry of 21 Glen of Imaal Terriers for SKC and judge Paul Eardley, the last time anything like that number was seen was back in the mid 90s under breed judge Ursula Collins. It’s a very, very long session for most of the exhibitors(if intending to make a day trip of it) but at least being 3rd in the ring, with 70 dogs before Glens, means not quite such an early start in the morning…or the night before!