Thursday, September 27, 2007
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Anna starts blogging
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Monday, September 24, 2007
(Photo Courtesy of E. Patrick at Scottish Papillon Club News Blog)
Next up was the girls, Marnie was in Junior Bitch for the last time at a champ show as she will be 18 months on the 27th September. Any way she was her usual self racing to get from one end of the ring to the other and when she should have been standing still she just had to let everyone see how high she could jump without the aid of a trampoline!!!!! Marnie was placed 3rd from a very nice class of bitches.
Anna and Angela were both next in Post Graduate Bitch. Anna with Tootsie (Abbeyton To Sweet To Kiss At Bonmeshay JW) and Angela with Serena (Adnamshan Serenity) who won 1st in the class and Tootsie was unplaced.
Judging finished quite early in the afternoon so we took a walk round the stalls and then settled ourselves at the benching with absolutely delicious fish and chips for lunch. It was really nice, the sun was shining and people were stopping for a chat. After lunch it was time to pack up and head home as we all had other things planned for the Sunday.
Angela was going to her Grandsons christening (her first one) and Anna and I were both going to Scottish Toydog Society open show at Bonnybridge near Falkirk.
This is where having a KRAFT day can turn the next day to absolute delight.
At Scottish Toydog show Shadow came 2nd to Ruben who won the Papillon Junior dog class under judge Wendy Wilson (Adinaken). Marnie was in Papillon Junior Bitch which she won under Judge Linda Cummins who also gave a 1st in Papillon Open Bitch to Flame.
Ruben won Best Dog and Flame won Best Bitch, both judges then had to agree on there Best of Breed which went to Ruben.
After a long wait judge Mrs Margaret Boulcott (Ingerdorm) declared Anna and Ruben BEST IN SHOW and what a moment that was for Anna and Gillian (Anna's daughter) the applause started as the judge walked towards Anna and Ruben and continued till Anna left the ring to go home, it was a wonderful moment in which everyone hugged, kissed, shook hands patted backs and wiped there eyes. Many of us are lucky enough to have Anna as a friend and knowing the person she is and the ups and downs life has thrown at her lately, what a joy to hear that when visiting her husband Jack in hospital he to had good news that he was being allowed home in the next few days. So an all round good news day.
Well done Anna, Gillian and Ruben from all at ABBEYTON.
Sunday, September 23, 2007
NORTHLYTE TIMELESS AT BONMESHAY
BEST IN SHOW under Judge Mrs Margaret Boulcott.
Friday, September 21, 2007
Well done Anna and Gillian your second Papillon to gain his Junior Warrant.
Monday, September 17, 2007
Flame as never before seen
What do you think she is saying????
It's only mud!!
"Not fair why does He (being Shadow) get to stay in the puddle"???
When The Wind Blows
We were fortunate that the rain stayed away and we only had the wind to contend with, which was more than enough.
Darlington Championship Show is held in the grounds of Newby Hall, North Yorkshire and what a beautiful venue it is. Certainly worth a visit if you are out on a wee jaunt.
Shadow and Marnie travelled to day without there companion Flame, and Anna was unable to go as her husband Jack is in hospital undergoing very invasive surgery and I'm sure that all our friends who read this will with me wish Jack a speedy recovery back to health.
Anna's daughter Gillian travelled with me and had Ruben and Tootsie with her.
Shadow (Abbeyton Moonlight Shadow) was first to go in the ring and with his nose stuck firmly to the ground the judge Mrs Catherine Urqhart (Blackpark) got to see no more of Shadow than his backside and the top of his head. Not surprising that he was unplaced.
Next in the ring was Ruben (Northlyte Timeless At Bonmeshay) with Gillian and they stood out in the class, really showy. Ruben won 1st place in Junior Dog giving him his final point for his Junior Warrant, this gives him his stud book number and qualifies him for Crufts Dog show for life. Well done Anna, Gillian and of course the boy himself Ruben.
Next to go was Marnie (Abbeyton Some Like It Hot) and boy did she go, like a wee train, I was almost running to keep up with her. Not putting a foot wrong, except when all four were in the air (Marnie likes to jump) she showed really well and enjoyed being in the class even taking time to play with some of the other dogs next to us. Marnie won 1st in Junior Bitch.
Tootsie (Abbeyton To Sweet To Kiss at Bonmeshay) again with Gillian was shown in Yearling Bitch and took a very respectable 3rd place and did she enjoy being back out showing?? You bet she did, as her Mum describes her "like a wild thing on a string" she sure was.
Monday, September 10, 2007
The Show Goes On
ABBEYTON MOONLIGHT SHADOW
Photo by Ann Cooper (Ancojo Papillons)Shadow (Abbeyton Moonlight Shadow) continues in his winning ways with a 1st Minor Puppy Dog at Scottish Kennel Club, judge Mr. Bryn Cadogan.
Also winning 1st at Richmond and Best Puppy Dog from judge Mr. Jim Ness (Chappell).
Remember you can keep up with all the show results and pictures (courtesy of E Patrick) at the Scottish Papillon Club News Blog