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Anglesey Canine Society

Angelsey Canine

It has been a successful Show year for the Ring Craft School branch of the Anglesey Canine Society.

As the 2008 show scene draws towards the end of the season, the members of the Ring Craft School, based in the Village hall of Llanfaleog, can pride themselves on a lot of hard work paying off. All of the members, some pictured above, have had an exceptional year. The Society congratulates them all on their success and continued support for the Island’s Club.

Topping the members’ list is UK Top Bull Terrier of 2008 (not pictured) Ch Teirwgwyn Son of a Gun at Meilow JW. With 9 CCs, Group Wins and nine Best of Breeds to his name he will represent the UK and compete in the Dutch Bull Terrier Championships in Holland this November.

The Levers’ young Mastiff Batalex Action Hero has gained Best of Breed, a group 3 win and highly placed at breed club shows and general Champ shows in his first show year and he has only just begun. The club’s Junior Handlers have once again won the right to compete for Young Kennel Club Handler of the year in 2009. Their dogs once more qualified for Crufts 2009.

Romwal Australian Silky Terriers bred on Anglesey are having success here in the UK and in Ireland where Romwal Maid in Wales gained Green Star honours, CACIBs and qualified for Pup of the Year.

An Irish Champion Vanistca Who’s Who has recently joined school under the watchful eye of his experienced young handler Master Dion Hughes. He starts his UK Show campaign in 2009.
At Pwllheli recently Leadstaffs Morwenna, a Welsh Terrier with 16 Best of Breeds to her name, got top accolade with a Best in Show win.

At the same show the Mini Wirehaired Dachshund Brytonian Iola among Carlita, gained Best Puppy (not pictured) and Miss Georgia Neil-Jones, a top Junior Handler, got Reserve Best Puppy with her Australian Silky Terrier Romwal Welsh Warrior.

The Corgi Pemskies Starlight for Salvenick had a Best of Breed win, while the latest arrival at school is Gracia Beech at Davik, a 12-week-old Mastiff puppy - her school days have only just begun.