Montgomery (October 7th) has a very nice entry indeed for Bruce Sussman with a total of 46 Glens. South Wales Kennel Association has 12 Glen of Imaal Terriers for judge Tom Johnston. Terrier Day is Friday 5th October and Glens are second in Ring 27.
South Wales Kennel Association (postal) entries close today. Terrier day is October 5th and Tom Johnston is to judge Glen of Imaal Terriers. Online closes 3rd September.
Darlington has extended entries again and they now close on August 28th. David Shields is judging Glens.
Belfast (online) entries also close on August 28th. Jeff Luscott is to judge Glen of Imaal Terriers on Saturday 29th September
Bath entry figures are out and, with 2 Challenge Certificates on offer, there are only 8 Glen of Imaal Terriers for judge Tom Johnston. Bath, as a show, has no real Glen exhibition history as many owners dislike travelling down the M5 on a Bank Holiday weekend but single figures with two tickets……
……don’t read this for a few months.
Bath Championship Show schedule is already up on Higham Press. Terrier Day is the 23rd May 2014 and Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by Tom Johnson.
Glen of Imaal Terriers
PGD: 1) Romainville Brannigan at Brockland. Masculine balanced head with powerful foreface, strong neck, good body length to height, good front action, active on the move, holds correct topline, well muscled rear. 2) Amhard Freebooter. Bbalanced head of good width, strong neck, good bone & feet, good length, also has a good topcoat, good front action but winner driving better from rear. 3) Pajantick Jimmy Mac.
LD: 1) Jeonty Wanabee Bauer. Masculine head with good eye, strong muzzle, strong good sized teeth, moderate neck, good rib & body length, correct topline, good breed type & active free mover. Res CC. 2) Romainville Typhoon. Balanced head with good muzzle, well placed ears & good sized teeth, good bone & body, strong neck, good legs & feet. 3) Donvaleset Rebus.
OD: 1) Romainville Bodhran. Masculine balanced head with strong muzzle, well placed ears, strong neck, good bone & body depth, very good topline, strong loin, well muscled, active free mover, presented in good coat & conddition. CC & BOB. 2) Amhard Damson Sauce. Good head & expression, dark eye & well placed ears, moderate length of neck, good bone & body of good depth, holds good outline & well presented.
JB: 1) Winnie Wanna Make Music By Jeonty. Feminine head with good width & strong muzzle, good teeth, strong neck, good bone & good depth, good topline & length, good rump & holds good topline, good coat & texture, well muscled & active mover. 2) Romainville Inki. Good head & muzzle, good eye & expression, moderate neck & good body shape, good bone & topline, well presented. 3) Roaminville Kyla.
PGB: 1) Roaminville Lily. Feminine balanced head with strong muzzle, well placed ears, good neck, good bone & body length, held good outline & has strong loin. Well presented && moved freely. 2) Amhard Feeling So Cool. Balanced head with dark eye, good breed type & free mover with good front action, not quite the strength & drive of winner, well presented. 3) Romainville Tigan.
LB: 1) Jeonty Maybe Daysee. Feminine balanced head with good stop & strong muzzle, well placed ears, good neck & depth of body, good bbone & strong body, holds good outline on free active movement, stands on good feet, well presented in good coat of good ttexture & condition. CC. 2) Romainville Ali Oop. A balanced mature bitch of good breed type, feminine head with good strength & good expression, good bone & body shape, good front action & active, presented in good coat.
OB: 1) Brockland Belle Bregorrey. Feminine head, good stop & muzzle, strong neck, good bone & good depth, strong body, good topline, shorter cast than CC bbut in good coat & condition, moved freely. Res CC.
Tom H Johnston (Judge)
It’s Welsh Kennel Club and tomorrow is Terrier Day. Glen of Imaals are to be judged by Tom Johnston at the (for us) rather ungodly hour of 10.00am so it’s early starts all round. The weather forecast is for light rain and there are no major roadworks currently reported.