SH.CH.Bitcon Skymaster With Silvestre SH.CM. - Chilli Chilli was a Show Champion 3 Challenge Certificates UK, 5 Reserve Challenge Certificates. Stud book number - Qualified for Crufts for life. Best of Breed Championship show Three Counties. 1 CACIB Europe, 1 CAC Belgium, 2 Best Veterans Leige Belgium. Will be going back 2020 to try and win two more to become a Belgium Veteran Champion. Fingers crossed. Best of Breed Belgium. Best in show winner at the Royal Norfolk Show. Veteran Crufts 2018 2nd Place. Good Citizen Bronze award. Multiple first places at Championship shows, and Open shows. Winning 25 points to earn his title after his name. Show Certificate of Merit. Multiple Best of Breeds open shows.
Chilli left us on the 24th December 2020. He was 11 and a half and he was with out a doubt the best dog we had ever owned. It seems a lifetime away already that i campaigned him in the uk and he became a show champion. This wonderful dog never disappointed, and he had fantastic movement. He won over 25 points and had a title after his name which is show champion certificate of merit. He won best in show at the prestige show called The Royal norfolk show. I will update this page differently over coming weeks. I won’t remove his page as he was the first show champion we ever had.
A dog we can never forget. A very good friend of mine was describing her dog one day to me as a dog in a million, and no other dog could match it. This is how I feel about Chilli. He was more than a dog to our family. He was bred by Moray Armstrong in Carlise, and Chilli father won Best in show at Crufts 2010. I always say to Moray that Chilli is the dog of a lifetime. I cant thank Moray enough for allowing this superb puppy that entered our lives, took our hearts and won more awards than any other dog I had owned. He was always 1st or 2nd, and on the occasion a 3rd place. I didnt think I would ever win a RCC let along a CC, and then one day a best in show. He won multiple best of breeds at open shows, and Best of breed at a champ show. It seems like a lifetime away already. It wasn't the fact that Chilli won everything he could, it was his temperament, his mannerisms, his whole character. Even veterinary nurses came to love him towards the end of his life. They said how well behaved he always was, and they could take blood from him and do anything with him. He was a saint of a dog. The naughtiest thing he ever did was two weeks after we took him home. I decided to go get the washing in, it was damp outside and dark, I flew outside popped my feet into some crocs and flew to line. Putting the clothes in basket I thought how wet it was outside, then I could smell poo. I thought I had trod in some, so came back to the house and looked at the soles of my feet, but nothing there. Then the slow reality that actually it wasn't on the outside of my shoe, it was inside, and yes in-between my toes! He never did a wee in the house, he was house trained when we took him to Cornwall at weeks of age. He would trot down the caravan down the step, just outside the awning, did a wee and came back inside. Even at the end when you expect all sorts of accidents he had 2 as he wasn't functioning properly. Chilli slept either in our bedroom in a basket in the corner, or in Joshua's bedroom. Our daughter Abigail talks fondly of memories that Chilli and Scarlett were her favourite dogs. Even summer of 2020 when lockdown eased our Grandson played for hours with Chilli. Our Grandson is 5. We are lost with out him. Of course we have lots of dogs and yes they are company but I still go to put water down in the evening in the kitchen and expect to see Chilli standing there. Im still getting his bowl out for dinner by accident. I still have tears roll down my face when I think about him. Our dog in a million we wish you were with us forever. His ashes are beside Scarlett and others, and they will be put with my ashes. If their is an afterlife then I wish nothing more than these wonderful dogs to be at my side.
He has produced the following show dogs being shown in the UK and Europe: International Show Champion and Belgium Champion Silvestre Ace- stud book entry. Wallaroo All That Jazz who has 1 CC and 3 RCC - Stud book entry Silvestre Blazing Saddles who has 5 RCC and 1 CC - Stud book entry Silvestre Captain Morgan among Campione who has 1 RCC - Stud book entry. Sadly castrated young by owner.
He has produced the following Health test results on offspring: Wallaroo All that Jazz - Hip Score 3:4 Carnlochan cities of gold - Hip score 5:5 Glaucoma Clear Silvestre Hello Boys - Hip score 6:5, CA clear, HUU Clear, Glaucoma Clear Silvestre Colour Me Orange - Hip score 4:4, CA clear, HUU Clear, Glaucoma Clear Silvestre What a Thrill - Hip score 4:4, CA clear, HUU clear, Glaucoma Clear. Silvestre Envy - Hip score 6:7, Elbows 0:0, CA clear, HUU clear, Glaucoma Clear. Silvester Captain Morgan among Campione, Hips 5:7 Elbows 0:0,
2015 Boston Champ show 1st place and reserve best dog. Manchester champ show 2nd place Crufts 2nd place Hungarian club open show -2nd place Hungarian society champ show - 1st place WELKS - 2nd place The National - 3rd place Southern counties champ show - 2nd place Three counties 1st place open dog CC ( Challenge Certificate) Chilli is now a show champion !! 2014 Manchester champ show - 5th place Isle of Ely 1st and Bob The Hungarian Vizsla Society - 1st place and RDCC (5th) Southern counties - 1st place CC ( Challenge Certificate) Three Counties - 5th place Windsor champ - 2nd place East of England 5th place Leeds champ show - 1st and Bob. Best of sex. Paignton champ show - 1st place CC (ChallengeCertificate) National Gundog - 5th place Richmond champ show 2nd HVC champ - 2nd LKA champ - 2nd 2013 Manchester champ show - 1st limit dog CRUFTS dog show - 5th limit dog Great Yarmouth and Gorleston - 3rd place Open dog hVS - 2nd limit dog The National champ - 2nd Thetford Open - 1st AVNSC Three Counties Champ show - 1st place limit dog Norfolk and Norwich (The Royal Norfolk) 3rd AVNSC Windsor champ show - 2nd place Clacton Open - 1st open, BOB, group 4 Newmarket open - 1st BOB 2012 Bedford Open show - 1st place open BOB Norfolk and Norwich AVNSC 3rd place East Anglian Gundog - 1st place BOB Thetford Open show - 1st place BOB Group 4 Bath Champ show - PGD 2nd Newmarket Open show - 1st open BOB Norfolk and Norwich (The Royal Norfokk) 1st AVNSC Best AVNSC Gubdog Group 2 Windsor championship - limit dog 1st place RDCC (2nd) East Midlands open AVNSC 4th Leicestershire open - 1 St place open BOB City of Birmingham - 1st place limit dog Richmond champ show - 1st place limit dog RDCC (3rd) Darlington champ show - 2nd place limit dog South Wales champ show - 1st place limit dog East Anglian Gundog - 1st open RBOB LKA champ show - 3rd place 2011 Boston Champ show - PGD 2nd place Manchester Champ show - 2nd place WELKS Champ show - 1st place Southern Counties Champ show - 3rd place Suffolk county show - 3rd AVNSC Windsor Champ show PGD 4th City of Birmingham 5th Place 2010 Boston champ show - Puppy dog 3rd place City of Cambridge - Puppy Dog 2nd place Crufts dog show - 2nd place (Qualified 2011 Crufts) Hungarian Vizsla Society champ show - 1st puppy dog. Best puppy dog in breed. Reserve best puppy in show. WELKS champ show - puppy 3rd place The National champ show - 1st place Suffolk county show - 1st AVNSC, Best AVNSC Puppy, Gundog puppy group 3. Norfolk and Norwich ( The Royal Norfolk Show) - 1st AVNSC Graduate - Best AVNSC - Gundog Group One - Best Gundog day two - Best in Show!. LKA Open Show - First Junior Richmond open show - 1st junior RDCC (1st) Gained stud book number. Gundog society of Wales champ show - 4th Junior. 2009 LKA champ show - Minor puppy dog 3rd place. Qualified for crufts 2010.
Silvestre Show Dogs, Norfolk. Hungarian Vizsla, Pug, French Bulldog