compiled by Melanie Thomas
Over in Wales at Welsh Kennel Club show on the 18th of August top honours went to the boy Otti, Ir Ch Little White Wonder Othello Matteo owned by Virginia Dowty, with BB going to Jane Towers girl Tumbril Tennessee Honey. BP was Lafford Hero and BV Multi Ch Bolognese Star Audrey At Havanese Stars. Mr A Wight was our judge on that day. I believe the day went off uneventfully in Wales, the judge was pleasant to the exhibitors and gave each dog a thorough examination. The weather was wet, meaning judging was inside, although it did clear up by the afternoon. Audrey, our veteran winner was shortlisted in the Veteran Group at WKC, which was a great achievement at 11-years old. Also, in the Rare Breed Stakes at WKC Jane Towers dogs Enjanicka Midnight Blue and Tumbril Tennessee Honey won their respective classes.
On the 1st of September, Bolognese show exhibitors had a great social day, with City of Birmingham Championship show and the British Bolognese Club OPEN SHOW on the same day. The show was inside, but the ring was lovely and there was a large entry for both shows. Ir Ch Little White Wonder Othello Matteo owned by Virginia Dowty took BIS at the club show and BOB at the CH show. Karen Golden was over the moon with BB for Kaylo Van Het Balgzand (Imp NLD) at the CH show & the Club show. Still with City of Birmingham, Enjanicka Midnight Blue ‘Hector’ was BP and Audrey BV. There was also a Best Junior award at the show that also went to Enjanicka Midnight Blue. To top it all ‘Hector’ won 3rd in the breeder/owner/handler Puppy Stakes winning £5 (to spend on doggy treats) so this youngster had a good day!
Our judge for city of Birmingham Pinto Telxeria was from Portugal, but spoke good English and seamed to enjoy his appointment.
At The British Bolognese Club Show, BP went to Lafford Hero, co-owner by Virginia Dowty. All the main winners are seen here with judge Mr T M Evans (Citegan). Virginia’s granddaughter Izzy helped out with some of the handing. Mr Evans was friendly giving some constructive comments to exhibitors. The judge said he shows maltese and was looking for good pigment in the dogs. There was a big raffle at the club show with some great prizes to be won.
In the next roundup we will be reporting on Richmond CH Show where we have an entry of 22 under Finnish judge Karl Jarvinen.
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