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THE KENNEL CLUB OF JERSEY - Winter Championship Show
Royal Jersey Showground - Saturday 25th March 2006
Report by Ro Cox - Photos by John D Jackson


Best in Show was Mrs B & Miss B Lawrence's Alsatian Penwartha Under Fire

The Kennel Club of Jersey proudly held its first Championship show of the year at the Royal Jersey Showground last weekend, with Best in show under judge Mr Ronnie Irving going to Barbara and Bobby Lawrence’s Alsatian, Penwartha Under Fire.

Three judges came over for this special occasion, Mr Irving judged the Working, Terrier and Pastoral groups; Mrs Betty Flavell presided over the Utility and Toys and Mrs Rosemary Cabion judged the Hounds and Gundogs.

Each group winner was awarded a Challenge Certificate with the Group 2 getting the Reserve Challenge Certificate. When an exhibit has won three Challenge Certificates and it has been validated by the KCJ Committee, the exhibit will be awarded the status of Jersey Champion and will be allowed to put Jsy CH in front of its name.

The Working Group Best of Breeds were Collette Allen’s Dobermann, Ourouse Alfie Moon with Ribans; Margaret Bayes’s Boxer, Docrema Millionaire; Alison Battrick’s Great Dane, Sarawen Black Queen of Jancerie; Sue Warn’s Siberian Husky, Lapatka Spirit Wolf; Wayne Maloret’s Leonberger, Starlock City Affair; Caroline Facey’s Giant Schnauzer, Foxwood Hugo Boss and Georgina Bennett’s Rottweiler, Hassavant Oralia.

The Rottweiler won the Challenge Certificate whilst the Reserve Challenge Certificate went to the Boxer. Group 3 was the Giant Schnauzer which was also Best Puppy, Junior and Novice in Group and the Siberian Husky was Group 4. Best Brace in Group went to Georgina Bennett’s Rottweilers.

In the Terrier Ring the Best of Breeds were Jamie Laffoley and Steven Edwards’ Scottish Terrier, Morag Scottish Princess at Yeloffal; Adrian Marett’s Cesky Terrier, Pajanticks Zidane; Anna Pinto’s West Highland White Terrier, Newtonglen Bo Peep at McKalay; Angela Steel’s Bull Terrier, Bullyview Poetry Emotion; Mark Fletcher and Angie Seedhouse’s Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Rockstaff Kaos at Granitangel and Christianne Creber and Kevin Cochrane’s Manchester Terrier, Amyandas Knight Fever.

The Challenge Certificate went to the Staffordshire Bull Terrier with the Reserve Challenge Certificate going to the Cesky Terrier. Group 3 was the West Highland White Terrier and the Bull Terrier was Group 4 and also Best Puppy and Junior in Group. Best Novice in Group was Mark Fletcher and Angie Seedhouse’s Staffordshire Bull Terrier Granitangel Red Giant with Best Veteran in Group being Adrian Marett’s Cesky Terrier, Malsville Lincoln Ridley and Mark Fletcher and Angie Seedhouse won Best Brace in Group with their Staffordshire Bull Terriers.

In the Pastoral Group the Best of Breeds were Valery Johnson’s Shetland Sheepdog, Myndoc Wytch Craft at Mohnesee JW; Louise Skittrall’s Samoyed, Novaskaya Moonlite Spirit; Carol Pearce’s Border Collie, Tonkory Gin-Fizz at Shalimar; Collette Allen’s Rough Collie, Samhaven Toast of the Isles; Annabelle Le Page’s Pembrokeshire Welsh Corgi, Elessar Latest Rumour about Thelepees; Sarah Girard’s Bearded Collie, Moonhill Earl Grey; Bobby and Barbara Lawrence’s Alsatian, Penwartha Under Fire and Roz Cooper’s Groenendael Belgian Shepherd Dog, Charbonny Decision for Kumataz.

Winning the Challenge Certificate was the Alsatian with the Reserve Challenge Certificate going to the Samoyed. Group 3 was the Pembrokeshire Welsh Corgi and the Shetland Sheepdog was Group 4. Collette Allo Allen’s Rough Collie, Brooklynson Diamond Rock at Ribans won Best Puppy in Group whilst Carol Pearce’s Border Collie Tonkory Gin-Fizz at Shalimar took Best Junior and Novice in Group. Bobby and Barbara Lawrence’s Alsatian, Penwartha Silver Shadow was Best Veteran and they were also successful winning Best Brace with their Alsatians.

The following were Best of Breeds in the Utility Group; Sue Whitehead and Ann Sinclair’s Tibetan Terrier, Araki Fair Enough; Sarah Cooper’s Shih Tzu, Harropine New York City Boy at Zafonic; Brian and Sally Rousseau’s Bulldog, Shiloh High and Mighty at Dimkas; Carol Smither’s Toy Poodle, Montana Leading Lady at Meantmore; Joan Blampied’s Japanese Spitz, Wendardebs Polar Pearl; Francis Gilbert’s Tibetan Spaniel, Karolinca Climba Yamatsan; Sarah Cooper’s Lhasa Apso, Khalwalk Kiara and Jean Thoume’s Miniature Poodle, Idadoun Black n Dreamy. Winning the Challenge Certifiacte was the Tibetan Terrier, the Reserve Challenge Certificate went to the Japanese Spitz. Group 3 was the Miniature Poodle and the Shih Tzu was Group 4. Best Puppy, Junior and Novice in Group was Sarah Cooper’s Lhasa Apso, Khalwalk Kiara. Best Veteran was Carol Smither’s Toy Poodle, Montana Loiterin with Intent at Meantmore and Jean Thoumes was successful in Brace with her Miniature Poodles.

Best of Breeds in the Toy Ring were Yvonne Windsor’s Yorkshire Terrier, Davonne’s Destiny; Pat Dale and Pat Michel’s Pekingese, Ksarina Designer’s Dream, Pauline and Louise Morgan’s Papillon, Blackpark Junior; Thelma Alsford’s Pomeranian, Thelbern Without A Doubt; Carre’s Long Coated Chihuahua, Teocali Beyons Obsession; Fiona Officer’s Chinese Crested, Shipstone I Got Rhythm and Peter and Angela Goguelin’s Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Ashtelle Corbeirre. Winning their first Challenge Certificate was the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with the Reserve Challenge Certificate going to the Pekingese.

Group 3 was the Yorkshire Terrier and the Pomeranian which was also Best Puppy was Group 4. Best Junior in Group went to Thelma Alsford’s Pomeranian, Thelbern Mary Poppins and she was also successful winning Best Brace. Best Novice was Pat Dale and Pat Michel’s Pekingese, Ksarina Stars in Your Eyes and Best Veteran in Group went to the 13 year old Papillon, Blackpark Junior belonging to Pauline and Louise Morgan.

Best of Breeds in the Hound Group were Annabelle Le Page’s Miniature Long Haired Dachshund, Thelepees Miraculace Shock; Kevin Cochrane’s Miniature Wire-Haired Dachshund, Tysar Peter Pam at Kanix; Lisa Goodall’s Wire Haired Dachshund, Gayteckels Sea Expectation at Renlott; Violet Gorin’s Borzoi, Zovertoff Zoran; Sarah Woodhouse’s Beagle, Timamso Maestro; Stuart and Pamela Mottershaw’s Saluki, Glenoak Irfan at Elangeni, their Whippet, Barnesmore Let It Be for Elangeni and their Afghan Hound, Barjoni Secret Desire for Elangeni. Winning the Challenge Certificate was the Afghan Hound with the Reserve Challenge Certificate going to the Wire Haired Dachshund.

Group 3 was the Beagle and the Whippet was Group 4. Sarah and Ryan Woodhouse’s Beagle, Timamso Amour was Best Puppy, Junior and Novice in Group.

Successful

Best Veteran was Freda Pitman’s Wire Haired Dachshund, Cloudside Crystal Clear with Gayteckels and Stuart and Pamela Mottershaw were successful in Best Brace with their Whippets.
The Irish Setters started the Gundog Group with Best of Breed going to Rachel Le Masurier’s Tiroen Trademark.

Other Best of Breeds were Marion Ashplant’s English Setter, Bournehouse Paper Moon at Vicart; Lynn Ozanne’s Cocker Spaniel, Lochranza Nostalgia at Lyntonridge; Nicky Mourant's Weimaraner, Oakmoreton Moon Shine; Ruth Philippe’s Golden Retriever, Katesclan Miss Adventure; Lynn Ozanne’s English Springer Spaniel, Trimere Tender Touch at Lyntonridge; Rosemary Evan’s Labrador Retriever, Taleem We’ve Only Just Begun; David and Carol Turner’s English Pointer, Clamerkin Come Closer to Chakona and Debbie Houghton and Enid Le Gresley’s American Cocker Spaniel, Fielgar Majestic Quest.

The Challenge Certificate went to the English Springer Spaniel with the Reserve Challenge Certificate going to the Labrador Retriever. Group 3 was the Golden Retriever and the Weimaraner was Group 4. Best Puppy in Group was Derryn De Carteret’s Cocker Spaniel, Shenmore Spruce at Derrindee. Best Junior was Rebecca Andrews’ Labrador Retriever, Brishor Beau Bertram, Best Novice was Ruth Philippe’s Golden Retriever, Katesclan Miss Adventure.

Best Veteran in Group went to Debbie Houghton and Enid Le Gresley’s American Cocker, Fielgar Tansation and Ro and Nigel Cox’s Irish Setters won Best Brace in Group.

The rings were then joined and Mr Ronnie Irving stepped forward to judge Best in show and gave it to the Barbara and Bobby Lawrence’s Alsatian, Penwartha Under Fire with Reserve Best in Show going to Peter and Angela Goguelin’s Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Ashtelle Corbeirre.

Best Puppy in Show was Thelma Alsford’s Pomeranian, Thelbern Without A Doubt with Best Junior and Novice going to Caroline Facey’s Giant Schnauzer, Foxwood Hugo Boss. Best Veteran in Show went to Debbie Houghton and Enid Le Gresley’s American Cocker, Fielgar and Best Brace was Stuart and Pamela Mottershaw’s Whippets.

Titles

It was also with great pleasure that Brian Cummins, The Kennel Club of Jersey’s President, was able to announce that subject to the Kennel Club of Jersey confirmation that the first Jersey Champions had gained their titles on the day. They were, from the Gundog Group - Lynn Ozanne’s English Springer Spaniel, Jsy CH Trimere Tender Touch at Lyntonridge and from the Hound Group - Stuart and Pamela Mottershaw’s Afghan Hound, Jsy CH Barjoni Secret Desire for Elangeni.


Winner of the Gundog Group and a third CC, making her a Jersey Champion,
was Mrs LK Ozanne's English Springer Spaniel Trimere Tender Touch at Lytonbridge
seen here with the judge Mrs R Cabion.


Reserve Best in Show was Mr Mrs PL Goguelin's Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Ashtelle Corbiere and is seen here with the judge Mr Ronnie Irving
and President of the Kennel Club of Jersey Mr Brian Cummins.