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In-credible win at Jersey Show


by Ro Cox

The Kennel Club of Jersey held its third Championship Show of the year at the Royal Jersey Showground. Three judges came over from the UK, Mr Tom Mather who judged Toys and Utility, Dr Ronald James the Terriers and Gundogs and Mr Alec MacKenzie who was in charge of the Working, Pastoral and Hound Groups. Our Championship Shows have Challenge Certificates on offer at Group level and three of these are needed for a dog to be made up as a Jersey Champion.

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was first in for the Toy Ring with Peter and Angela Goguelin’s, Ashtelle Corbierre taking Best of Breed.

Other Best of Breeds were Pat Dale and Pat Michel’s Pekingese, Ksarina Designers Dream P DH; and Pauline Morgan’s Papillon, Serenglade Hot Toddy; Thelma Alsford’s Pomeranian, Thelbern The Tangerine Man and Fiona Officer’s Bichon Frise, Honeyvale Neige Emiette.

Winning the Challenge Certificate and Best Veteran in Group was the Pekingese, this is his third and subject to Kennel Club of Jersey Committee confirmation, the ninth Jersey Champion. The Reserve Challenge Certificate went to the Pomeranian. Group 3 was the Bichon Frise and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was Group 4. Best Puppy in Group went to the Pomeranian, Thelbern Step In Time with Rudoli owned by Julian Schofield. Pauline Morgan’s Papillon, Serenglade Silver Surfer was Best Junior in Group and her Serenglade Hot Toddy was Best Novice.

Pat Dale and Pat Michel’s Pekingese, Yakee Equal Opportunity at Ksarina was Best Yearling in Group. Thelma Alsford’s Pomeranians were successful as Best Brace in Group.

The following were Best of Breeds in the Utility Group, Peter Walker’s Lhasa Apso, Khalila Justin Credible for Petwalk; Rachel Le Masurier and David Knight’s Tibetan Terrier, Araki Wizard Of Ahhs; Sarah Cooper’s Shih Tzu, Forepaws Gift of Gold; Bob and June Shorto’s Tibetan Spaniel, Mulltye Kit-Si; Jean Thoume’s Miniature Poodle, Idadoun Black’n’ Dreamy; Brian and Sally Rousseau’s Bulldog, Shiloh High & Mighty at Dimkas; Carol Smither’s Toy Poodle, Meantmore Loiter In The Wings; Marion Dingle’s French Bulldog, Inyawood Miss Brodie and Kath and Rob Bisson’s Japanese Spitz, Leymun Kami Tako.

Winning the Challenge Certificate was the Lhasa Apso with the French Bulldog getting the Reserve. Group 3, Best Puppy, Junior and Novice in Group was the Toy Poodle and Group 4 was the Miniature Poodle. Reserve Best Puppy was Rachel Martel’s Tibetan Terrier, Araki Warrior Oh Starz. Best Yearling in Group was Rachel Le Masurier and David Knight’s Tibetan Terrier, Araki Wizard Of Ahhs and Best Veteran in Group was Peter Walker’s Lhasa Apso, Ch Ragoosa Just Jolly at Oraysha JW.

In the Terrier Ring the Best of Breeds were Russell and Christine Marett’s Cesky Terrier, Pajanticks Zidane; Tom and Ella Stewart’s Border Terrier, Trawets Bella Ragazza, handled by their son Corey; Angela Steel’s Bull Terrier, Bullyview Poetry in Motion; Peter Walker’s Kerry Blue Terrier, Naughty But Nice at Kopykats; Mark Fletcher and Angie Seedhouse’s Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Rockstaff Kaos at Granitangel; Philippa Knight’s Manchester Terrier, Chance In A Million; Peter Walker’s Australian Terrier, Millvalley Tam’O’Shanter with Petwalk.

The Challenge Certificate and Best Veteran in Group went to the Cesky Terrier and the Reserve went to Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Group 3 was the Kerry Blue and the Bull Terrier took Group 4. Mark Fletcher and Angie Seedhouse’s Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Granitangel Zircon was Best Puppy, Junior and Novice in Group whilst Peter Walker’s Australian Terrier, Millvalley Tam’O’Shanter with Petwalk was Reserve Best Puppy in Group and Philippa Knight’s Manchester Terrier, Chance In A Million was Puppy Group 3.

The Irish Setters started the Gundog Group with Best of Breed going Ro and Nigel Cox’s Irish Setter, Tiroen True Blue JW. Other Best of Breeds were Lynn Ozanne’s English Springer Spaniel, Trimere True Style at Lyntonridge; Kennedy’s Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Foxdown Twister; Rosemary Evan’s Labrador Retriever, Taleem Spirit Of Time; Chris and Dawn Campbell’s Welsh Springer Spaniel, Hillpark Gold Mascot; Lynn Martin’s Clumber Spaniel, Jubilwell Rebel Alliance; Debbie Houghton and Enid Le Gresley’s American Cocker Spaniel, Fielgar Majestic Quest; Sarah Spurrier’s Flat Coated Retriever, Woodavens Ziggy; Art and Di Le Page’s Cocker Spaniel, Bridgevalle Sweet Liberty; Christianne Creber's Weimaraner, Oakmoreton Ptarmigan and Sandra and David Bouchere’s Golden Retriever, Tenfield Raceway.

The Challenge Certificate went to the Irish Setter who was also Best Junior and Yearling in Group and the Reserve Challenge Certificate went to the Weimaraner. Group 3 was the Labrador Retriever and the American Cocker Spaniel was Group 4. Best Puppy in Group was Lynn Ozanne’s English Springer Spaniel, Lyntonridge Legal Tender and Reserve Best Gundog Puppy was Moorat’s Cocker Spaniel, Ring A Ding Ding at Rosaday. Best Novice in Group was McWilliam’s Cocker Spaniel, Fernstone Prima Vera. Best Veteran in Group went to Baudains Labrador Retriever, Witherford Bluebell at Beauvoir whilst Ro and Nigel Cox were successful with their Brace of young Irish Setters Tiroen Take My Breath Away JW and Tiroen True Blue JW.

Successful

The Working Group and Challenge Certificate was won by Birthday Girl, Alison Battrick with her Great Dane, Sarawen Black Queen with the Siberian Husky, JSY Ch Lapatka Spirit Wolf belonging to Sue Warn getting the Reserve Challenge Certificate and Best Veteran in Group. Group 3 was Margaret Bayes’ Boxer, JSY Ch Docrema Millionaire PD’H and Group 4 was Julie and Robert Virk’s Tibetan Mastiff, Montasamara Tienshen. Best Yearling in Group went to Margaret Bayes’ Boxer, Docrema My Boy Madge whilst Julie and Robert Virk were successful with their Tibetan Mastiffs in the Brace.

In the Pastoral Group, the Best of Breeds were John and Simone Moulin’s Alsatian, Penwartha Christmas Star; Collette Allen’s Shetland Sheepdog, Rannerdale The Aristocrat with Ribans; Carol Pearce’s Border Collie, Tonkory Gin-Fiz at Shalamar; Collette Allen’s Rough Collie, Camanna Captain Courageous with Ribans; Collingwood’s Tervueren Belgian Shepherd, Fosvek Small Talk; Rachel Martel’s Bearded Collie Vilmorin Silhouette; Janet Collin’s Australian Shepherd, Allmark Muffin Man and Annabelle Le Page’s Pembrokeshire Welsh Corgi, Langmar Bright Star Amongst Thelepees.

Winning the Challenge Certificate and Best Puppy and Junior in Group was the Bearded Collie with the Reserve Challenge Certificate and Best Novice in Group going to the Shetland Sheepdog. Group 3 was the Border Collie and the Alsatian was Group 4. Reserve Best Puppy was Valery Johnson’s Shetland Sheepdog, Mohnesee Georgia Brown at Valdug and Puppy Group 3 was Carla Mackay’s Border Collie, Foxbarton Gran Cru. Best Yearling in Group went to the Le Couilliard’s Shetland Sheepdog, Shaylin Rainbow Skye. Best Veteran in Group was Annabelle Le Page’s Pembrokeshire Welsh Corgi, Langmar Bright Star Amongst Thelepees. Bobby and Barbara Lawrence’s Penwartha Silver Shadow and they were successful with their Alsatians in the Brace handled by Kevin Cochrane.

Best of Breeds in the Hound Group were Helen and Alan Tress’s Norwegian Elkhound, Ch Bowerhinton Bumble Bee; Stuart and Pamela Mottershaw’s Whippet, Eeri Stormy Weather at Elangeni; Le Noorg’s Mini Long Haired Dachshund, Thelepees Mesdam Georgette; Annabelle Le Page’s Long Haired Dachshund, Neropa Jet Black Jute Avec Thelepes; Lisa Goodall’s Wire Haired Dachshund, Gayteckles Seaexpectation at Renlott Pd’H; Marie-Claire Hannigan and Nikki Dean’s Afghan Hound, Jangel’s Just A Gigolo at Jahera and Barbara Sebire’s Mini Wire Haired Dachshund, Bouvee Brilliant. Winning the Challenge Certificate and Best Junior in Group was the Afghan Hound with the Reserve Challenge Certificate going to the Norwegian Elkhound.

Group 3 went to the Mini Long Haired Dachshund and the Whippet was Group 4. Best Puppy and Novice in Group went to Jonathan Dyer’s Whippet, Petwalk Que Sera Sera and Fiona Officer’s Whippet, Eeri Norwegian Wood was Best Novice in Group. Best Veteran in Group went to Stuart and Pamela Mottershaw’s Afghan Hound, Int/Lux/Ger Ch Jacosta Black In A Flash to Elangeni and Rob and Kath Gilluley were successful in the Brace with their Norwegian Elkhounds.

Joined

The rings were then joined and Mr Tom Mather stepped forward to judge Best in Show and gave it to Peter Walker’s Lhasa Apso, Khalila Justin Credible for Petwalk. Reserve Best in Show and Best Junior and Yearling in Show was Ro and Nigel Cox’s Irish Setter Tiroen True Blue JW.

Best Puppy and Novice in Show went to Jonathan Dyer’s Whippet, Petwalk Que Sera Sera and Reserve Best Puppy was Mark Fletcher and Angie Seedhouse’s Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Granitangel Zircon. Best Veteran in Show was Pat Dale and Pat Michel’s Pekingese, JSY Ch Ksarina Designers Dream P DH* and Reserve Best Veteran in Show was Peter Walker’s Lhasa Apso, Ch Ragoosa Just Jolly at Oraysha JW. Best Brace in Show went to Bobby and Barbara Lawrence’s Alsatians handled by Kevin Cochrane.

Dr Ronald James then stepped forward and awarded the Exhibitors Trophy to Jonathan Dyer’s Whippet, Petwalk Que Sera Sera; Brood Bitch was Mark Fletcher and Angie Seedhouse’s Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Rockstaff Kaos at Granitangel; Stud Dog went to Stuart and Pamela Mottershaw’s Whippet, Barnesmore Let It Be for Elangeni; Team went to Bobby and Barbara Lawrence’s Alsatians and Special Vintage was awarded to Russell and Christine Marett’s Cesky Terrier, Pajanticks Zidane. Mr Alec MacKenzie then judged the last class of the day, the Piggy Bank Stakes which went to Helen and Alan Tress’s Norwegian Elkhound, Ch Bowerhinton Bumble Bee.

The Handling Classes were judged by Christine Marett and winning the 6-11 years was Corey Stewart with David Knight 2nd. 1st in the 12-16 and overall Junior Handling was Stephanie Le Nouray and 2nd was Sandra Boschat. Winning the Senior Handling was Helen Tress.

A successful Dinner was held in the evening with the principle winners being awarded their certificates by the judges. Date of next show is Saturday 1st November at the Royal Showground.



Winner of the Working Group was Alison Battrick's Great Dane Sarawen Black Queen seen with group judge Alec Mackenzie


Winner of the Terrier Group was Russell and Christine Marett's Cesky Terrier Pajanticks Zidane seen here with group judge Ron James


Best Veteran in Show was Pat Dale & Pat Michel's Pekingese Jsy Ch Ksarina Designer's Dream PdH

Winner of the Pastoral Group was Rachel Martel's Bearded Collie Vilmorin Silhouette seen here with the group judge Alec Mackenzie


Winner of the Gundog Group was Ro & Nigel Cox's Irish Setter Tiroen True Blue seen here with the group judge Ron James


Winner of the Utility Group was Peter Walker's Lhasa Apso Khalila Justin Credible for Petwalk seen here with the group judge Tom Mather



Vince Hogan, Managing Director of Our Dogs pictured with
Kennel Club of Jersey President Steven Edwards.
Our Dogs were pleased to have a stand at the show.



Winner of the Hound Group was Marie-Claire Hannigan and
Nikki  Dean's Afghan Hound Jangel's Just A Gigolo at Jahera and is seen here 
with the group judge Alec Mackenzie





Winner of the Toy Group was Pat Dale & Pat Michel's Pekingese Jsy Ch Ksarina Designer's Dream PdH seen with group judge Tom Mather


Best Puppy in Show was Jonathan Dyer's Whippet Petwalk Que Sera Sera


Reserve BPIS was Angie Seedhouse & Mark Fletcher's Staffordshire Bull Terrier Granitangel Zircon pictured with Tom Mather.

Reserve BIS was Ro & Nigel Cox's Irish Setter Tiroen True Blue pictured with Tom Mather.