Firstly before I dive right into the next wave of results, I would like to apologise for the lack of breed notes recently. Between lack of internet, and the reality of having to go to the local(ish) café to use their wi-fi to send these notes, it has meant that I have not been able to send as much news as I would like. Anyway, continuing from Manchester we had two of Breed Club Open Shows to keep us going until Crufts.
The South Of England Pomeranian Club held their Open Show on the 10th February. Judging was breed specialist Mrs Anne Nixon (Kazpom). After travelling such a long way, from bonny Scotland she was greeted with a brilliant entry of 56 dogs making 68 entries. Best In Show was Tina Holman and Kim Robert’s Ch. Misteriya Del Esto Orion At Altina JW ShCM (imp). RBIS went to Jenny and Danny Reid’s Ch. Miss World Of Chiao Li Ya At Pomirosa (imp). BPIS went to Tina Holman’s Baromar Dubonet At Altina, and RBPIS went to Averil Cawthera-Purdy’s Lireva’s Fascination. BVIS went to Ditchburn’s Tuttsclump Legacy. It was also lovely to see a nice amount of puppies participating in the puppy walk, from the green to the ones who could keep all feet on the floor.
The Pomeranian Club Of South Wales held their Open Show on the 25th February. Judging was yours truly, breed specialist Ashlie Pike (Breezelyn). The entry was a brilliant 68 dogs making 82 entries. Best In Show was Tina Holman’s Ch. Kamis Mystical Legend Of Brooklyn At Altina JW ShCM(imp). RBIS was Bill & Jean Stone and Coleen Lewis’s Klassna Just Like A Dream For Bilijees. BPIS was Karen Coomb’s Aslan Pom Hollywood Boulevard For Jessiebeths and RBPIS went to Tina Holman’s Baromar Dubonet At Altina. BVIS was Pat Allum’s Villenelle Clock Work Orange For Bilijees.
It is lovely to see the breed club’s supporting our breed specialists and for exhibitors to support them further with entries, such as the ones above.
By now, all of you will be preparing and look forward to Crufts. I will look forward to seeing you all there, and I am sure some newer/different faces from abroad also. I would like to wish you all the best of luck.
Until Next Time…