Breed Notes
Breed Notes, 19th January 2018
Boston Championship Dog Show had Tim Ball in the centre of the ring with an entry of 13 dogs with just 3 absent. There were no CCs on offer. He awarded Best Dog and Best Of Breed to Ch Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill (Cloverwood Driving Force ex Ch & Aus Ch Jollygaze Hopeless Romantic for Hawkesmill) owned by Barbara Kurg and bred by Graham and Margaret Russell. Reserve Best Dog was Sue Brown’s Great Gatsby ze Zihelske Zahrady. Best Bitch was Hawkesmill Karamel (Ch Cassencarrie I Kid You Not ex Jollygaze Hopeless Romantic for Hawkesmill) owned and bred by Graham and Margaret Russell. Reserve Best Bitch and Best Puppy went to Mishahda Where It All Began owned by Laura Sleight and Michelle Dixon.
 
Further details about the Dandie Derby to be held at The Haining House in Selkirk on June 2nd & 3rd 2018. There will be 4 categories for the racing:
 
 Open - Hope they will run,
 Novice - Not sure what they will do.
 Puppy - under 1 year.
 Veteran - over 8 years.
 
It’s a fun day out, with a get together in the evening for a meal. On the Sunday there will be a visit to Yetholm, home of the Gypsies Faas Kings who were the main breeders for Dandies in the 18th century, along with the Andersons, Allans and Youngs. In the evening there is to be a Gin tasting followed by a Ghost walk around the Haining - which might prove interesting after the Gin tasting. Spaces for this event will be limited so if you are interested in going please e-mail Kenny and Shona Allan, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it as soon as possible.
 
Manchester Championship Show had classes without CCs. Mike Vickers was the judge with a good entry of 28 dogs, 7 absent. Best Bitch & Best Of Breed was awarded to Ch Cloverwood Ice And Fire (Am Ch & Can Ch Kings Mtn The Governor ex Cloverwood Tilly Treasure) owned and bred by Glen Tinsley, who also won Best Dog with her young mustard Xoranda Ron Day View to Cloverwood (Glahms Royal Canadian ex Int Ch Cloverwood Wish Upon A Star) bred by Alexander Garrett. Reserves went to Julie Booth’s Borderstone Kingman for Lannia and Laura Sleight’s & Michelle Dixon’s Mishahda Where It All Began, who was again Best Puppy. Next year Manchester will have its Challenge Certificates reinstated and will be held in February.
 
There is a change of judge for Crufts. Karen Plastow has had to step down from the appointment which must be so disappointing for her, as you are invited 3 years ahead of the show. The replacement is Paul Keevil. Entries close on Monday 22nd January ‘18.
 
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Breed Notes, 21st December 2017
Dates for your diary next year are June 2nd & 3rd 2018 for the Dandie Derby which has become a very popular event held at The Haining House Trust, Selkirk. This time it will be held over 2 days with an evening meal on the Saturday, further details will become known soon so if you wish to attend let Kenny & Shona Allen know of your interest and if you want to stay in Selkirk you are advised to book early. Visit the website www.dandiederby.com for further information.
 
It was only the hardy who turned out for LKA due to heavy snowfall. With an excellent entry of 26 dogs it was decimated to 5 dogs for Ken Bartlett (Dwilencia) which must have been very disappointing for both judge and exhibitors. Best Bitch & Best of Breed was awarded to Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine (Puddockswell Augustus Magnussen With Dryfevalley ex Ch Dentgate Hollyberries) owned and handled by Christine Sheppard and bred by Tim & Gill Denham. Reserve Best Bitch was awarded to Mishahda Where It All Began owned by Laura Sleight & Michelle Dixon; she was also Best Puppy. Best Dog went to Great Gatsby ze Zihelske Zahrady a Pepper (De Ch German Dandies’ Robinson Crusoe ex Francesca Forza Ze Zihelske Zahradey) owned by Sue Brown, handled by daughter Grace and bred by Ludvic Rus.
 
At the Welsh Kennel Club for Top Dog and Top Puppy, Christine Sheppard and her first Dandie Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine attended and did really well at this prestigious event by winning Runner Up Top Puppy.  A fantastic win, congratulations.
 
Some sad news I have to report the passing of Club member Trish Hodgson, Trish and her late husband Ken attended Club events for nearly 30 years owning Dandies from the Parstone, Hendell and Dawsholm kennels. Trish had been ill for many years and had been in residential care. To her son Christopher and family our condolences.
 
I wish you all a Very Happy Christmas and Healthy and Successful 2018. 
 
Jackie Shore
 
 
 
 
Breed Notes, 19th November 2017
Catching up on the news, Midland Counties had the last set of Challenge Certificates to be awarded this year. DDTC Chairman Paul Eardley had an entry of 47 dogs, 17 absent. He awarded BCC & BOB to Ch. Cloverwood Ice And Fire, a mustard (Kings Mtn The Governor ex Cloverwood Tilly Treasure) owned and bred by Glen Tinsley. RBCC going to the same owner with Glahms La Boheme. DCC went to Ch. & Am Gr Ch. Pennywise On The Road Again (Am Ch. Derrydown Schooners Keeping Up Appearances ex Am Ch. Pennywise Cut To The Chase) owned by Beverly Deacon and Judy Hill, bred by the late Cathy Nelson. RDCC went to Borderstone Kingman owned by Julie Booth. Best Puppy was Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine owned by Christine Shepard.
 
I was very sorry to hear the news of the passing of Karen Coleman, a regular exhibitor some years back probably remembered for showing Follycot Frank Lee with husband Harry. To Harry and family and friends our deepest sympathy.
 
The World Dog Show and German Winners held in Leipzig had Irish judge Sean Delmar judging a great entry of 71 dogs. BOB was Multi Ch. Sunjoy’s Show Must Go On (Sunjoy’s HereComesTheSun ex Sunjoy’s Strike A Light), owned by Anna Gioia Taucci and Laura Fandino, and bred by Anna, coming from Veteran at 8 years old. He then went onto Terrier Group3 under Andres Korozs. BOS was Dariant Unbeatable (German Dandies' Pablo Piccaso ex Dariant Antonia Me Reina) owned by V V Gnatyuk and bred by A V Fedeeva. Best Puppy In Breed was Danchester’s The One And Only Magic Mike (Danchester’s Charles Townsend ex Danchester’s Keep Your Eyes On Me) owned and bred by Hanne Tuomenoksa.
 
Other winners were:
  CACIB Dog WW-17 - Danchester’s Number One, owner Hanne Tuomenoksa(Finland)
  CACIB Bitch WW-17 - Dariant Unbeatable, owner Viktoriya Gnatyuk (Russia)
  BOB Veteran VWW-17 - Sunjoy’s Show Must Go On, owners Laura Fandino & Anna Gioia Taucci (Spain)
  Bitch VWW - Rus Show Forever Be Still My Heart, owner Yulia Kazarina (Russia)
  BOB Junior JWW -17 - Victorialis Cherches La Femme, owner Victoriia Puzyrei (Ukraine)
  Dog JWW-17 - Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood, owner Glen Tinsley(Gt Britain)
  BOB Puppy - Danchester’s The One And Only Magic Mike, owner Hanne Tuomenoksa (Finland)
  BOB Breeder - Danchester’s, owner Hanne Tuomenoksa (Finland)
  ROP Brace - Victorialis Cloud Nine  / Victorialis Cherches La Femme, owner Victorialis Puzyrei (Ukraine)
Many congratulations to all the winners at this great show.
 
Over the weekend of October 21st & 22nd, The Kennel Club held its Discover Dogs Exhibition at the Excel Centre in Docklands, London. On the Friday Paul & Sheila Keevil set the stand up with many lovely photos of Dandies doing what comes naturally. It looked very eye catching. On the Saturday Brian Bird with some of his Dandies along with Kim Davies assisted by her dad and her 2 Dandies attending for the first time. It seems it was extremely busy on the Saturday and many leaflets were given out. Paul and Sheila staffed the stand on Sunday and it appears many visitors had sought the Dandies out, with many photos being taken. Thank you for all your time and effort. I’m sure all the visitors appreciated it and of course the Dandies.
 
The Kennel Club Journal records two Judges this month: National Terrier '19 - Martin Phillips; Birmingham National ‘19 Jan - Erik Ek.
 
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Breed Notes, 13th October 2017
Lynda Bromley kindly sent this report about the eye screening day hosted by Lynda and Martyn
 
AHT Glaucoma Eye Research Day on October 7th in Herefordshire.
Firstly, thank you to everyone who came and bought their Dandies for DNA swabbing and eye screening. The turnout was brilliant and although we had a couple of cancellations, James Oliver was delighted to be able to add 23 over 5 year old Dandies to the current research project. Along with visitors including 2 adorable puppies and Daisy who is blind through Glaucoma, there were 30 Dandies in attendance. The sun shone and it became a Dandie get together with everyone enjoying the weather, company and buffet. Meriel France, Daisy's owner had made up dandie goodie bags for all our 4 legged friends with a note attached saying " Daisy's dream. That one day, every Dandie will be free from hereditary Glaucoma" Michelle Dixon did a wonderful job of tea/coffee making and general hosting.The 2nd research day this year will be held in Edinburgh on Sunday October 22nd, we have 23 Dandies over 5 years old booked in for this.
 
The South Wales Kennel Association had classes for Dandies without CCs. Our judge was Alan Small who had an entry of 12 dogs with just 2 absent. Best Dog & Best Of Breed was Xoranda Secret Ron Day View to Cloverwood (Glahms Royal Canadian ex Int Ch Cloverwood Wish Upon A Star) owned by Glen Tinsley and bred and handled by Alexander Garrett. He was also Best Puppy and then went onto to Puppy Group 3 under Stephen Bardwell. Reserve BD was Liz Jacka-Slater's Pennywise Lone Ranger. Best Bitch went to Glahms La Boheme (Am Ch Dreamboat Deck The Halls ex Glahms Witch of Wookey Hole) owned by Glen, who also bred the Reserve Best Bitch Cloverwood Duchess May owned by Liz Jacka-Slater.
 
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Breed Notes, 4th October 2017
Darlington Championship Dog Show had classes for Dandies but no CCs. Mr PR Davies was the judge and he had an entry of 9 dogs. Best Of Breed was Barbara Kurg's newly crowned Ch Hawkesmill Jefferson at Etsill JW (Cloverwood Driving Force ex Ch Aus Ch Jollygaze Hopeless Romantic for Hawkesmill) bred by Graham & Margaret Russell. Barbara's Etsill Fara was Reserve Best Bitch. Best Bitch went to Mishahda Where It All Began, a pepper, (Ch Mishahda Volcanic Storm ex Ch Cassencarrie Going Back to Mishahda), she was also Best Puppy, owned by Laura Sleight and bred by Martyn & Lynda Bromley. Reserve Best Dog was Paul & Mary Drake's homebred Tollcross Tartan Tavish.
 
Driffield Ch Dog Show was held at Wetherby Racecourse. The weather was not kind - it was mud, mud, glorious mud, making it very difficult for the committee and exhibitors alike. You begin to appreciate the indoor shows after days like this. I had the honour of judging our breed with an entry of 27 dogs, 7 absent. DCC & BOB was Ch & Am Gr Ch Pennywise On The Road Again (Am Ch Derrydown Schooners Keeping Up Appearances ex Am Ch Pennywise Cut To The Chase) owned by Beverly Deacon & Judy Hill, bred by the late Cathy Nelson. Willie then made the cut in the Group under Bob Blackley. RDCC went to Borderstone Kingman for Lannia owned by Julie Booth. Bitch CC was German Dandies' Violetta (Cloverwood Driving Force ex Lux Ch German Dandies' Rebecca), a mustard owned by Harriet Buckley. This was a 1st CC for both Dandie and her young owner handler. Violetta was bred by Manfred & Monika Rosenbaum in Germany. RBCC was Dentgate Sugarberries at Thystine (Puddockswell Augustus Magnussen ex Ch Dentgate Hollyberries) owned by Christine Sheppard and bred by Tim and Gill Dunham. Sugarberries was also Best Puppy.
 
Judges announced in this months Kennel Club Journal: Welsh Kennel Club '18 Ann L.M. Harpwood MBE. Driffield '18 Alan Norcross.
 
This might be short notice for some but there is going to be a Dandie Flash Mob gathering on October 14th in Selkirk for friends and supporters of Wendy Weatherstone and her Borderstone Dandies. Wendy and her daughter Carol will be staying at the Dryburgh Abbey Hotel and invite any Dandie lovers to join them on their visit to Oxnam churchyard to visit the grave of James Davidson, have lunch at the Fleece Hotel and then visit The Haining House to see the statue of Old Ginger and the Discovery Centre. For further detail PM Paul Keevil.
 
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