Wow Just Wow?
We do not always attend Crufts dog show because its a lot of work and preparation. But we decided this year to go. We took with us Three dogs. You can watch me win with Silvestre, Silvestre Fortune N'Glory and Silvestre Whoo Hoo.
Geralt was first and he won his class! Couldn't ask for more and lovely to come home with rosettes and red card. This was also a Crufts qualifying place for Crufts 2023.
Indie was second and he got 3rd in his class. Their was 16 dogs in the class and lots of champions. The first and second place were English champions of quality and our gorgeous boy got third. This not only qualified him for Crufts 2023 but he won his UK stud book number too. So now we never have to qualify him for Crufts again as he has automatic entry.
Ripley was third in the ring for us at nearly the last class of the day. She did not get anything but she enjoyed herself, happy and was a pleasure to take out as always. She is such a kind and lovely dog she had lots of attention from the public.
We are now booking championship shows in the UK.
We want to say a big Thankyou not only to our judges on the day, but to also Geralt breeder in Hungary. He sure bred one of the best movers Ive ever seen. I could watch this dog all day long.
I have a large photo gallery to upload to the website very soon of our weekend at Crufts. I hope you enjoy them. Its nice to see the family doing well.
Also not just to our own dogs but lovely to see Tango offspring winning places.
Wallaroo Hawk Eye was second in limit dog and he looked superb.
Carnlohan Morning star was 3rd in open bitch. This girl is a champ of Belgium and international champion also.
But what was even more better was for me seeing Spice although briefly at Crufts representing search and rescue for Sussex.
Away from Crufts I was over whelmed to hear About our Sniffing team.
Delilah the French bulldog only went an won reserve champion detection dog.
Then Mortimer was 3rd place over all in a Scent trial but he also has passed his level 3. I was telling everyone I met yesterday about our super sniffing team.
WHO SAYS frenchies can't do nothing. It goes to show you they are just as capable as any other breed or excelling at something. Which in theory only long nosed dogs should do. But this is not just the Frenchie it is their handler Beverly Hoddinott as she is the most committed dog owner that Ive ever seen. So well done.
Mrs Rachel Savage