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AGM and Single Breed Show – 24th February 2019

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

of the Brittany Club of Great Britain

Sunday, 24th February 2019

 

SINGLE BREED OPEN SHOW

Sunday, 24th February 2019

Judge: Mr C. Woodward (Wadeson)

Special Memorial Class Judge: Mr A. Allen (Allenie)

 

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BRITTANY CLUB OF GREAT BRITAIN CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW, 8th July 2018

mykp Club Events, Show Results 3rd September 2018
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Brittany Club of Great Britain Logo - http://www.brittanyclub.co.ukBRITTANY
CLUB OF GREAT BRITAIN  CHAMPIONSHIP
SHOW

8th July 2018

JUDGE: Mrs J M Miller (Feorlig)

BIS

SH CH Highclare Flaming Nora

Miss G Tully

RBIS

SH CH Bonapartist Grenadier Mr P A and Mrs J A Yarrow

BPIS

Rochus Nugget

Mr J & Mrs B Anderson

BVetIS

SH CH Coxellot Chicita at Jassendue

Ms S Gudgin

DCC

SH CH Bonapartist Grenadier Mr P A and Mrs J A Yarrow

RDCC

Bonapartist Lieutenant Mr D J & Mrs K M
Williams

BCC

SH CH Highclare Flaming Nora

Miss G Tully

RBCC

SH CH Bonapartist Iryssa Mr & Mrs Yarrow, Miss M Nunn

MINOR PUPPY DOG/BITCH
– Entries: 4  Abs: 0

1st Rochus Nugget

Mr J & Mrs B Anderson

2nd Rochus Norman

Mrs M , Mr C  & Miss
C Hare

3rd Rochus Nico

Mrs J & Mr N Purawal

Res Noelle of Peoclond

Mrs C Ball

PUPPY DOG – Entries:
1  Abs: 0

1st Rochus Noble

Mr J & Mrs B Anderson

JUNIOR DOG – Entries:
4  Abs: 0

1st Sanbosier Naos at Laurremar

Mr M & Mrs L Poole

2nd Challowmoon Noah

Mrs D M Mooney

3rd Sanbosier Nevis

Mr N Hayes & Mr A Wilson

Res Hawkwise Nolan Brook

Mrs J M Walby

NOVICE DOG – Entries: 1  Abs: 0

1st Sanbosier Nevis Mr N Hayes & Mr A
Wilson

POST GRADUATE DOG –
Entries: 3   Abs: 0

1st Patouche Lambert Mr M & Mrs A Samardzija
2nd Jassendue Manet’s Medley am
Cetgueli
Ms S Finch
3rd Denandmeg Mill Reef Mrs A & Mr M E Wilson

LIMIT DOG – Entries: 1  Abs: 0

1st Patouche Milord

Mrs J Frost

OPEN DOG – Entries: 8  Abs: 0

1st SH CH Bonapartist Grenadier Mr P A and Mrs J A Yarrow
2nd Bonapartist Lieutenant Mr D J & Mrs K M
Williams
3rd Rochus Huxley Mr Barlow-Evans
Res SH CH Tillybirloch Jem Mr A & Mrs S  Coveney
VHC Rochus Moet Mr J & Mrs B Anderson

SPECIAL OPEN
ORANGE/WHITE DOG – Entries: 2  Abs: 0

1st Bonapartist Lancelot Mrs B J Hargreaves
2nd Jayricnbrits Hobo Avec
Glenfeshie
Mrs S Stone

SPECIAL OPEN ANY
OTHER COLOUR EXCEPT ORANGE/WHITE DOG – Entries: 1  Abs: 0

1st SH CH Curacao Tank Calzaghe
at Sultair
Mrs J Taylor

VETERAN DOG –
Entries: 0

SPECIAL WORKING DOG –
Entries: 1 Abs: 0             

1st Rochus Marvin Mr J & Mrs B Anderson

FIELD TRIAL DOG –
Entries: 0

PUPPY BITCH –
Entries: 3  Abs: 1

1st Rochus Nelke Mrs K Southorn
2nd Noelle of Peoclond

Mrs C Ball

JUNIOR BITCH –
Entries: 4  Abs: 0

1st Challowmoon Naya Mr A & Mrs S  Coveney
2nd Hawkwise Nice N Easy Mrs C McEvoy
3rd Denandmeg New Silhouette Mr D B Anderton
Res Hawkwise Nugget Mr S Wright

NOVICE BITCH –
Entries: 3  Abs: 0

1st Neuvelle Nariska at
Jassendue
Ms S Gudgin
2nd Tarward Lana Mr R Davies
3rd Hawkwise Nice N Easy Mrs C McEvoy

POST GRADUATE BITCH –
Entries: 3  Abs: 0

1st Tarward Laura at
Jayricnbrits
Mrs M J Cutler
2nd Rochus Luna Mr Barlow-Evans
3rd Jassendue Liana Mrs M Boaz

LIMIT BITCH –
Entries: 5  Abs: 2

1st Tillybirloch Mistique Mr A & Mrs S  Coveney
2nd Patouche Jais Mr K Taylor
3rd Rochus Hi Pippa Mr D B Anderton

OPEN BITCH – Entries:
5  Abs: 1

1st SH CH Highclare Flaming
Nora
Miss G Tully
2nd Rochus Juliet Mrs K Southorn
3rd SH CH Highclare Hell Raiser
at Denandmeg
Mrs A & Mr M E Wilson
Res Tresallier Jeu D’Artifice Mr & Mrs Bagshaw, Miss
S Precey

SPECIAL OPEN
ORANGE/WHITE BITCH – Entries: 6  Abs: 1

1st SH CH Bonapartist Iryssa Mr P A and Mrs J A Yarrow
2nd Rochus Jemima Mr J & Mrs B Anderson
3rd Jassendue Liana Mrs M Boaz
Res Tarward Lana Mr R Davies
VHC Hawkwise Nice N Easy Mrs C McEvoy

SPECIAL OPEN ANY
OTHER COLOUR EXCEPT ORANGE/WHITE BITCH – Entries: 1  Abs: 0

1st Patouche Lyra for
Callmillard
Miss S Axtell

VETERAN BITCH –
Entries: 3  Abs: 1

1st

SH CH Coxellot Chicita at Jassendue

Ms S Gudgin
2nd Patouche Evonny with
Callmillard
Miss S Axtell

SPECIAL WORKING BITCH
– Entries: 3  Abs: 0

1st Rochus Lottie Mr B & Mrs G Davies
2nd Jassendue Liana Mrs M Boaz
3rd Tarward Lana Mr R Davies

FIELD TRAIL BITCH –
Entries: 0 

Critique by
Judge Jenny Miller
THE BRITTANY CLUB OF GREAT BRITAIN

22ND BREED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

8TH JULY 2018

Very impressive 2 day show organised by the club with working test on one day and show exhibits on the second.  All dogs were immaculately presented after a day’s work.  Lovely to see so many young handlers exhibiting their own or other peoples’ dogs.  I had 2 very good stewards lovely to see Chris Anderson stewarding for me from the Papillon show world.

MINOR PUPPY
DOG/BITCH 4 ENTRIES

1)      ANDERSONS’ ROCHUS NUGGET what a little gem this beautiful squarely built, cobby bitch puppy is.  Just looked a picture on the stance, if she moved as well could see nothing to beat her, sure enough she is as sound as a pound with true Brittany action.  Super outline on this 8 months old maybe just a little smaller but with good growth should make something special.  Loved her head and expression, neat triangular ears with good set, carriage and use.  Good clean, medium neck to shoulders firm slightly sloping backline to a lovely rump and so well bodied and ribbed.  Lovely boned straight balanced legs and tight feet.  Presented in clean, conditioned flat O/W dense coat.  To top it she is docked. Best Minor Puppy Best Puppy Bitch Best Puppy in Show.

2)      HARES’ ROCHUS NORMAN This boy was so close up to my winner and I know now why he is her litter brother.  Lovely masculine head, super eye colour and lovely set and used ears giving that typical expression, head held on good neck with well angled front with a good depth.  Well-built and balanced with a compact body with rounded ribs presented in a lovely conditioned coat with a good fine texture. Good rump and docked, well developed hindquarters, not as free as his sister but slightly sounder than his brother, very well handled to get the best from him. Best Dog Puppy Res BPiS.

3)      PURAWALS’ ROCHUS NICO

PUPPY DOG 1 ENTRY

1)      ANDERSONS’ ROCHUS NOBLE Very attractive compact and cobby youngster, another 8 months old litter brother.   Lovely head correctly balanced with dark expressive eyes, well set and used ears, correct length of neck into well laid shoulders and firm slightly sloping  back line to good rounded rump, moderate quarters.  Lovely angled fore, chest has enough depth, well ribbed compact body, covered in excellent conditioned Tri coat.  Excellent straight boned legs and round compact feet.  Did not really have time to settle but once into a stride was very sound.

JUNIOR DOG 4
ENTRIES

1)      POOLES’ SANBOSIER NAOS AT LAURREMAR Lovely breed type nicely built with a good square shape with the best front and rear angles.  Was at first a little timid but on being handled had a gentle and a nice temperament and was easy to handle. Good shape to his masculine head, moderate stop, well set and used ears, soft expressive eyes.  Head held well on good neck to shoulder and firm back and rump.  Well bodied with nicely rounded ribs, good depth of chest and brisket, clean well presented fine O/W coat of good texture.  Straight well boned and balanced legs and tight feet.  Very stylish brisk action and sound.

2)      MOONEYS’ CHALLOWMOON NOAH smart dog of good size, shape and well-constructed just preferred the slightly better angles of my winner.  Well put together head, nice stop, good dark expressive eyes, well set ears could be better used to complete his expression.  Medium length to neck set into shoulders with a firm top line sloping slightly to a good rump.  Body of substance and well ribbed back, good depth of chest and brisket covered with a lovely conditioned and presented flat coat.  Moved out on straight well boned legs, holds elbows well.  Good brisk action and sound.

3)      HAYES & WILSONS’ SANBOSIER NEVIS

NOVICE DOG 1 ENTRY

1)      Sanbosier Nevis nice breed type slightly taller and not quite as compact as his brother but very well put together with lovely angulation front and rear.  Nice masculine head, stop a little deep, well set and used triangular ears, alert dark eyes, firm slight slope to backline and a good rump.  Well bodied and ribbed with a very well presented flat dense O/W coat.  Would like more depth of chest, nice brisket and elbows well in on straight well boned legs with tight feet.  Very sound brisk action once he settled, his handler needs to just work a little harder on getting Nevis stood and moved out under his control.

POST GRADUATE DOG 3
ENTRIES

1)      SAMARDZIJAS’ PATOUCHE LAMBERT Very smart young male slightly taller than I like but he is very well built with good construction having lots to like about.  Slightly rounded skull, well set and used ears, nice stop and balanced foreface, alert dark eyes.  A muscled medium neck, good shoulders correctly angulated front with depth to chest and brisket.  Elbows in on straight well boned legs and round compact feet.  Well ribbed back body could be a little shorter in loin.  So well presented in a short flat nicely conditioned B/W coat.  Muscular broad quarters moderate stifle with short hocks, very sound brisk mover covers the ground well.

2)      FINCHS’ JASSENDUE MANET’S MEDLEY AM CETGUELI presents a nice outline on the stance and is slightly smaller than my winner but needing more weight to fill his frame.  Masculine head good width of skull, nice stop, would like a better ear set, expressive eyes, slightly longer in foreface.  Correctly angulated front, with good depth to chest.  Well presented smooth O/W coat over a body needing more substance and depth to brisket with elbows slightly out on straight legs of correct balance. Moderate rear enough stifle angle, moved out well slightly close behind and wide at front.

3)      WILSONS’ DENANDMEG MILL REEF

LIMIT DOG 1 ENTRY

1)      FROSTS’ handling for RUSHS’ PATOUCHE MILORD Lovely breed type to this balanced and well put together young 2 year old.  Very smart outline with his beautifully presented dense flat coat in a rich gloss Tri colour.  Super head shape, well carried triangular ears, great expression from well-shaped eyes, eye could be a little darker.  Excellent clean neck to shoulder and firm backline sloping to a rounded croup.  Good depth to chest and brisket with elbows will in on straight well boned legs and round and compact feet.  Correct muscular quarters moderate turned stifle and short hocks. Impressive sound mover with a true brisk action.

OPEN DOG 8 ENTRIES

1)      YARROWS’ SH.CH. BONAPARTIST GRENADIER this dog certainly takes the attention on the stance and comes alive on the move.  Stunning on the stance with that real squarely built outline of such a lovely size and shape.  Loved his head shape, true use of ears giving that expression to his kind dark eyes, correct strength of foreface.  Lovely moderate clean neck to well laid shoulders, firm backline with a slight slope into his rounded croup and set docked tail. Has a body so well ribbed back with short loin, nice substance with depth to chest and brisket. To be critical I felt today he could be carrying a fraction too much weight.  A beautifully presented dense flat O/W coat with a rich colour and bloom with enough feathering. Broad thighs and quarters, moderate return to stifle and strong hocks, very stylish brisk mover with true sound action works well with his handler.  DCC BOS

2)      WILLIAMS’ BONAPARTIST LIEUTENANT another stunning dog much younger at 2.5 years old but out of the same mould as the winner.  So well developed and put together, who impressed again both on the stance and move with a lot of attitude and with that look at me look.  Masculine head slightly stronger in skull well set and used ears, nice stop very kind dark eyes with that so wanted expression, correct tapering of muzzle.   Neck of good length into well laid-back shoulders into a firm level backline sloping slightly to a rounded croup. Squarely built with rounded ribs well back with short loin, has a lovely body strength, depth and substance with correct angulation front and rear, straight well boned legs and tight round feet. Beautifully presented smooth dense O/W coat with nice feathering.  Today his movement let him down or he might have been one place further forward.  Lovely brisk side stride, good forward action and sound, but his hind action was a little close at foot and hocking out slightly. His overall style will surely give him his crown. RCC

3)      BARLOW-EVANS’ ROCHUS HUXLEY

SPECIAL OPEN
ORANGE/WHITE DOG 2 ENTRIES

1)      HARGREAVES’ BONAPARTIST LANCELOT another very impressive male slightly smaller in stature at 2.5 years old and out of the same cobby mould as my open class winners, and the brother to the second.  So similar in type with a correct outline and overall balance and build with lovely depth and substance and presented in a clean well-marked lovely textured O/W coat with limited feathering.  Very impressive masculine head, good slightly rounded skull, super ear set and use, kind dark eyes, correct length and taper to foreface.  Proud head carriage on strong clean neck of good length, well laid back shoulders and firm sloping back and nice rump and set of tail.  Straight, well boned legs and compact feet, handled well to get the best from him a sound impressive mover with true Brittany action.

2)      STONES’ JAYRICNBRITS HOBO AVEC GLENFESHIE
Although not placed in the Open class I really liked the overall type to this 6 years old but today on the stance he kept dropping his topline.   Impressive masculine head, slightly rounded skull, would prefer better ear set and use, needs time then the expression comes from his kind dark eyes.  Cobby body with depth to chest and substance to his body with ribs well sprung back into shortish loin.  Super clean nicely conditioned O/W coat.  Correctly angulated front and rear with nicely boned legs and tight arched feet, strong rear, once he settled into a stride moved out well with soundness, loved the attention he showed his handler, an obvious love.

SPECIAL OPEN ANY
OTHER COLOUR EXCEPT ORANGE/WHITE DOG

1)      TAYLORS’ SH.CH. CURACAO TANK CALZAGHE AT
SULTAIR an impressive well presented and coated B/W/T at 11.5 years old this veteran must have been a “knock out” in his youth.  Presents a lovely outline and still retains that cobby build.  Excellent head and carriage, ears well set could be used to more advantage, eyes still retaining a dark colour, good dentition and muzzle.  Shortish neck well laid-back shoulders and firm short back to well-shaped rump and docked.  Angulated front with depth to chest, elbows in on straight legs with enough bone little down on his pasterns, feet ok. Good substance with depth to brisket.  Well developed quarters with enough return to stifle and short hocks.  Once he settled into the job was sound both ends with a good brisk side stride.

VETERAN DOG 0
ENTRIES

SPECIAL WORKING DOG
1 ENTRY

1)      ANDRSONS’ ROCHUS MARVIN just over 2 years old this is a smaller built boy and in my opinion was lacking the body substance needed for a working dog.  Nice head shape well worked, correct ear carriage and use, dark well-shaped expressive eyes.  Good neck to shoulders into a firm sloping level short back, body with enough front angle and correct rear quarters with angulation to stifle and hocks.  Body well ribbed back and very well muscled all through.  Well presented coat with some feathering.  Straight fore legs could be stronger in bone, compact feet. Stylish sound free brisk move with reach and drive.

FIELD TRIAL DOG 0
ENTRIES

PUPPY BITCH 3
ENTRIES 1 WITHDRAWN

1)      SOUTHORNS’ ROCHUS NELKE very well grown and stylish 8 months puppy who I see is the full litter sister to the minor puppy bitch winner and certainly out of the same mould. Lovely baby with a pretty head just needing to develop and finish as she grows, well set and used ears, dark well shaped eyes, tapering short fore face.  Clean neck of moderate length well laid- back shoulders, forequarters could be more angled but hopefully will develop with age.  Good depth of chest, brisket and body with ribs well-rounded and back into short loin.  Excellent rump and rear with moderate return of stifle, straight legs with enough bone with tight feet.  Beautiful gloss to her well conditioned and present fine textured B/W/T coat.  Happy positive brisk mover.

2)      BALLS’ NOELLE OF PEACLOUD very pretty baby just 6 months a lacking the maturity of that of 1.   2months makes a difference.  Sweet head correctly developed skull, well set and used ears, dark alert sparkling eyes, correct head balance with good foreface.  Muscular neck of good length has at this moment better shoulder angulation and better quarters than my winner.  Body had enough substance and depth again just needs time and maturity.  Super coat presentation to her O/W jacket.  Nice straight well boned legs and compact feet very unsettled on the move but her new owner/handler should have a lot of fun with this baby hope they keep up the training and showing.

JUNIOR BITCH 4 ENTRIES

1)      COVENEYS’ CHALLOWMOON NAYA just over the year and is very well put together she was slightly taller than longer but still retained that cobby build.  Very pretty head shape, neat well set ears, dark expressive eyes.  Good neck length muscle tone coming, well laid back shoulders, correctly angulated to upper arm and straight well boned legs and compact feet. Slightly sloping firm backline into a well moulded rump.  Good body substance and depth with rounded ribs back into short loin. Beautifully conditioned and finish to her B/W coat.  Straight well boned fore legs tight compact feet, moderate return of stifle.   Free sound mover with good front action and rear brisk drive.

2)      MCEVOYS’ HAWKWISE NICE N EASY smart outline to this 13 months old very attractive head nicely rounded skull, enough stop, well set and used ears, lovely expressive dark eyes, good balance to her foreface.  Good head carriage on nice neck length, good shoulder well laid back, firm backline and well rounded rump. Not the angles or depth to chest of my winner but having a slightly better chest depth than my 3rd.  Deep brisket with elbows held in on straight well balanced and boned legs and compact feet.  Body covered with a short fine well presented O/W coat, well rounded ribs and short loin, muscular hindquarters with moderate return of stifle. tight feet, moved with a brisk action.

3)      DENANDMEG NEW SILHOUETTE

NOVICE BITCH 3
ENTRIES

1)      GUDGINS’ NEUVELLE NARISKA AT JASSENDUE  Impressive on the stance to see this well schooled youngster so responsive to her handler. She is slightly taller and lacks a little in squareness, I would like her a little more compact.  Sweet feminine head, slightly rounded skull, nice stop, shorter tapering foreface.  Well set and used triangular ears, alert dark eyes. Has a very well angled front and rear with a body having depth and substance, well rounded ribs.  Presentation was good with a dense flat B/W coat.  Elbows well in on her straight well boned legs with tight round feet.  Muscular quarters moderate return to stifle, an attractive sound brisk mover who covers the ground well.

2)      DAVIES’ TARWARD LANA I was surprised that this 3 years old was a little timid at being handled, but with care she allowed herself to be gone over and her owner tried very hard to show her to advantage.  Very sweet head of correct balance and shape, expressive eyes, well used triangle shaped ears.  Good neck to shoulder, correctly angulated front and rear, firm topline to moulded croup and set to tail. Lovely body with rounded ribs could be further back as is a little longer in loin.  Very well presented and conditioned O/W jacket with some feathering.   Well muscled broad thighs and moderate return of stifle very unsettled on the move but once handler had her under control moved out well.

3)      Hawk wise Nice n Easy

POST GRADUATE 3
ENTRIES

1)      CUTLERS’ TARWARD LAURA AT JAYRICNBRITS litter sister to my second in Novice and I can now see the similarity but this bitch is more under control and shown to advantage, very stylish on the stance with a lovely square feminine outline.  Pretty correctly shaped head with nicely tapered muzzle, good stop, dark expressive oval eyes, triangular shaped ears so well set and used.  Holds head proudly on moderate clean neck, good shoulders, firm slight slope to her back and croup, and again to her set on docked tail.  Lovely compact body with depth and substance well rounded ribs and short loin.  Beautiful rich O/W fine textured coat.  Muscular broad thighs, moderate stifle and hocks, well boned legs and tight round feet. Free brisk sound mover.

2)      BARLOW-EVANS’ ROCHUS LUNA  I really liked this well coated B/W roan with good dense texture.  Presents a lovely outline on the stance and is so well handled to get the best from her.  Slightly taller than my winner but is squarely built and well put together.  Pretty well constructed head, dark eyes, a better ear use and carriage could be an advantage.  Proud head carriage on moderate neck to well laid sloping shoulders and back line and croup.  Well rounded ribs with short loin.  Deep chest and brisket, straight balanced legs feet little flat and could be tighter.

3)      BOAZ’ JASSENDUE LIANA

LIMIT BITCH 5
ENTRIES 2 ABS

1)       COVENEYS’ TILLYBIRLOCH MISTIQUE very attractive and so well built, correctly balanced and cobby.  This pretty nicely presented O/W with a flat fine textured coat with feathering.  Lovely breed type head so well constructed, lovely kind dark eyes, good stop and well used ears.  Proud head carriage on medium neck, clean and set well into shoulders, and her firm sloping backline to a muscular rump, nice fall to croup onto her tall.  Lovely weight and body substance with depth to chest and brisket and her elbows held well in on straight well balanced and boned legs and tight round feet.  Well angulated front and rear which showed in her positive brisk sound action

2)       TAYLORS’ PATOUCHE JAIS another who presents a lovely outline on the stance and looks very smart so well presented in her clean, densely textured and conditioned B/W coat with enough feathering.  Having a correct shape and balanced feminine head with correct triangular ear set and carriage giving to a lovely expression to her oval dark eyes, muscular medium clean neck to shoulders well angulated, straight firm backline and well moulded croup and correct tail set.  Lovely body, well rounded ribs well back with short loin. Straight well boned forelegs and tight round feet.  Strong thighs well developed was surprised to see untidy rear movement hocking out badly.  Correct side and front action.

3)   ANDERTONS’ ROCHUS HI PIPPA

OPEN BITCH 5
ENTRIES 1 ABS

1)      TULLYS’ SH.CH. HIGHCLARE FLAMING NORA what a star this 8 year old bitch is, unless told you would never guess her age as she shows no signs of aging and her condition and movement are spot on.  Stunningly feminine, her head is correctly balanced, lovely ear shape carriage and use, nice stop between oval dark expressive eyes, correct clean dentition.  Proud stance and head carriage, very attentive to her handler who she works at one with this presents such a lovely outline of cobbiness with correct balance.  A body so well muscled, in super condition with just the correct amount of weight and presented in a clean well condition and presented dense flat O/W coat.  Ribs rounded and well back into a short loin.  Well angulated at front with depth to chest and brisket, front legs well boned and balanced to round compact feet.  Powerful rear quarters with rounded croup and correct tail set with moderated stifle and short hocks.  Side stride showing a free brisk action, front and rear showing totally sound action.  BCC and BIS today I could not deny her this placing over the truly lovely male.

2)      SOUTHORNS’ ROCHUS JULIET looked very impressive on the stance and was equally nice to go over on being handled.  Very sweet head well worked and balanced, nice stop, dark eyes. Medium length to her neck, clean throat, well laid shoulders nicely angulated to her deep chest and brisket.  Firm backline sloping slightly to her rounded croup, lovely broad thighs, well set tail, moderate return of stifle and neat hocks.  Very well presented dense O/W flat coat over a ribbed back body with substance.  Very sound mover with nice brisk action just running a little too close behind.

3)      WILSONS’ SH.CH. HIGHCLARE HELLRAISER AT DENANDMEG

SPECIAL OPEN
ORANGE/WHITE BITCH 6 ENTRIES

1)      YARROW & NUNNS’ SH.CH.  BONAPARTIST IRYSSA very feminine squarely built and cobby presented a lovely outline on the stance.  Beautiful head shape, nice slightly rounded skull, well placed and used ears, super kind dark eyes, nice stop, tapered muzzle.  Moderate length to a muscular neck set into sloping shoulders and backline and croup with slight fall to tail set. Good body depth with rounded ribs well back into a short loin.  She is presented well in a clean nicely presented and conditioned dense flat O/W coat with feathering that finished the picture.  Correctly angulated front and rear with nicely balanced and boned straight legs with tight round feet.  Broad muscular quarters, stifles moderately turned with short hocks.  Stylish very sound brisk mover lovely action coming and going with control.  RCC

2)      ANDERSONS’ ROCHUS JEMIMA Very pretty bitch of a nice size and length a true balanced build.  Excellent head shape, very pretty with nice ears, dark eyes and stop.  Correct medium length to neck, sloping shoulders into firm backline and croup, with nice tail set on correctly.  Super body with ribs well back with a short loin, broad thighs.  Very attractive flat lightly patch marked O/W coat, just a little out of coat today.  Nicely angled front and rear, well boned and balanced straight legs and tight feet.  Nice strong rear end moved well just insisted pulling out which spoilt her action.

3)      Jassendue Liana

SPECIAL OPEN ANY
OTHER COLOUR EXCEPT ORANGE/WHITE BITCH 1 ENTRY

1)      AXTELLS’ PATOUCHE LYRA FOR CALLMILLARD. Lovely to see this well marked and coated L/W and tan,  I remember the beautiful L/W male that Dolly Leach had years ago so nice to see this colour being shown.  Nicely balanced outline to this smart breed type cobby built 3 year- old.  Correct head shape, kind look to her dark oval eyes, well used ears, nice stop and tapered muzzle.  Firm backline just too much fall away to her croup with tail little too low set on.  Very well bodied would like little more depth to her chest and brisket, rounded ribs well back into short loin.  Has enough angles front and rear would like more bone to straight balanced fore legs and feet could be tighter.  Little unsettled on the move but had a good sound action once into a stride.

VETERAN BITCH 3
ENTRIES 1 ABS

1)       GUDGINS’ SH.CH. COXELLOT CHICITA AT JASSENDUE
very pleased to have this 11.5 year- old squarely built girl to go over.  Her head still retains the shape and balance just loosing some colour, triangular shape to ears well set on and carried correctly, her oval eyes are dark but little cloudy. Well angled front with good depth to chest, moderate neck length still retains firm topline with slight slope to croup and docked tail well set on.  Well presented O/W roan with feathering over a well ribbed back body with depth and substance.  Well boned legs and compact feet still could show the youngsters how to move, covered the ground well with a nice brisk action, fraction close behind at foot, but sound a front.  Best Veteran B Best Veteran in Show.

2)       AXTELLS’ PATOUCHE EVONNY WITH CALLMILLARD slightly taller than my winner but squarely balanced and had a lovely outline. Very attractive bitch presented in a dense B/W/Tan coat, flat with a nice texture with nice feathering, at 8.5 years old she is still retaining her dark colour.  Very attractive head, slightly rounded skull.  Well set and used ears with moderate stop, dark kind eyes, tapering muzzle. Excellent angled front with enough depth to chest, good deep brisket and a body with well rounded ribs back into a short loin, croup was little too steep with low tail set.  Strong hindquarters moved little wide behind and close at front with a short side stride.

SPECIAL
WORKING BITCH 3 ENTRIES

1)      DAVIES’ ROCHUS LOTTIE Lovely outline slightly taller than my second placed just preferred her size, overall balance and her outline, she has very good front and rear angulation.  Very feminine head, correct shape and built with correct ear set, and dark kind eyes. Lovely head carriage on good moderate neck length into a firm backline with slightly sloping croup and nice tail set. Well bodied and ribbed, presented in very attractive O/W dense coat with feathering. Straight well boned legs and round compact feet, moved with brisk action but running very close behind.

2)      Jassendue Liana I really liked this slightly smaller breed type bitch in a previous class and felt for type on her stance she was my class winner, but she is undocked and this tail gives her a strange rear action, and the tail does in fact spoil he croup and her outline on the move.  Very attractive feminine head, with a pretty expression from dark eyes and well used ears.   Clean neck and well set and laid shoulders, sloping top line to rump.  Nicely ribbed body with substance and depth.  Beautifully presented and attractive O/W flat coat with feathering.  Well boned forelegs, nice angulated rear quarters, tight round feet. As stated rear action was spoilt but tail and tail carriage, this tail should not spoil her movement and outline but it does.

3)      Tarward Lana

FIELD TIAL BITCH 0 ENTRIES

BEST IN
SHOW:                                SH.CH HIGHCLARE FLAMMING NORA (Bitch)

RESERVE
BEST IN SHOW :               SH.CH BONAPARTIST GRENADIER  (Dog)

BEST PUPPY IN SHOW:                    ROCHUS NUGGET    (Bitch)

RESERVE BEST PUPPY IN SHOW:    ROCHUS NORMAN  (Dog)

BEST VETERAN IN SHOW:                SH.CH COXELLOT CHICITA
AT JASSENDUE  (Bitch)

JUDGE JENNY MILLER

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BRITTANY CLUB OF GREAT BRITAIN, SPECIAL CLASSES, 8th July 2018

mykp Club Events, Show Results 3rd August 2018
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SPECIAL CLASSES RESULTS

8th July 2018

JUDGE: Mr E Webster (Benjcroft)

Class SY : Wright Special
Yearling Dog or Bitch Entries: 6 Abs: 0

1st

Challowmoon Noah

Mrs D M Mooney

2nd

Challowmoon Naya

Mr A & Mrs S Coveney

3rd

Sanbosier Naos at Laurremar

Mr M & Mrs L Poole

RES

Hawkwise Nolan Brook

Mrs J M Walby

VHC

Hawkwise Nice N Easy

Mrs C McEvoy

Class SB: Hawkwise Bairn
Special Beginners Dog or Bitch Entries. 8 Abs: 0

1st

Patouche Lambert

Mr M & Mrs A Samardzija

2nd

Tillybirloch Mistique

Mr A & Mrs S Coveney

3rd

Jassendue Manet’s Medley Am
Cetgueli

Ms S Finch

RES

Hawkwise Nice N Easy

Mrs C McEvoy

VHC

Tarward Lana

Mr R Davies

Class SO: Malbec Special
Open Dog or Bitch Entries: 10 Abs: 2

1st

Rochus Huxley

Mr Barlow-Evans

2nd

Bonapartist Lancelot

Mrs B J Hargreaves

3rd

Hawkwise Land Agent

Mr S Wright

RES

Sh Ch Tillybirloch Jem

Mr A & Mrs S Coveney

VHC

Rochus Juliet

Mrs K Southorn

Critique by Judge Eddie Webster
The Brittany Club Of Great Britain

Memorial Special Classes

Firstly, thanks to the Officers and committee for the kind invitation to judge these classes and secondly, thanks to the exhibitors for the opportunity to go over so many lovely exhibits. I was delighted with the wonderful entry and sportsmanship on show here today.

All dogs were well presented, shown in good condition and especially impressed with their muscle tone and dentition.

Wright Special Yearling Dog /Bitch (6)

1st – Mooneys – Challowmoon Noah, 13 month o/w dog of very good quality and type, lovely head, eyes and ears which were nicely set and carried, good length of neck fitting well into well placed shoulders, good topline which was held on the move, well put together at rear, correct front with good bone and neat tight feet, deep in chest with ribbing of good shape and length, muscular in loin, slightly loose in front today, shown in well presented coat and super condition, expertly handled.

2nd – Coveneys – Challowmoon Naya, different type than her littermate, but still a good quality in another frame, very pleasing in head and eye, firm topline, moderate rear end, well boned with good feet, body maturing as it should, very well presented, carefully handled, just pipped on the move.

3rd – Pooles – Sanbosier Naos At Laurremar

Hawkwise Bairn Special Beginners Dog/Bitch (8)

1st – Samardzija – Patouche Lambert, 3 year old male solidly built, pleasing in head and eye, ears well placed, good length of neck, sloping shoulder, firm topline, moderate rear angulation, good bone and tight feet, deep in brisket, good spring of rib and short muscular loin, shown in excellent muscular condition moved out really well, shown in good coat, well handled. Certainly fit for function.

2nd – Coveneys – Tillybirloch Mistique, really appealing 2 year old o/w bitch, lovely in type and balance, nicely proportioned in head with soft expressive eyes, ears well set, neck fits well into sloping shoulders, firm topline, broad thighs and moderate bend of stifle, very good bone and tight feet, ribs well sprung, short coupled and muscular loin, shown in well presented coat and very good condition, thought she would be my winner but on the final move round she did not match up to the dog.

3rd – Finchs – Jassendue Manet’s Medley Am Cetgueli

Malbec Special Open Dog Or Bitch (10)

This was a very good class.

1st – Barlow-Evans – Rochus Huxley, 5 year old male, he has a very commanding outline, head and carriage are lovely, dark eye, ears of good length and placement, strong neck of good length, sloping shoulders, firm topline held on the move, strongly built in rear, very good bone and tight feet, deep in brisket, chest of good shape and length, short muscular loin, beautifully presented and handled, shown in hard condition, won this class on his more positive action on the move. Another that it can be said is very much fit for function.

2nd – Hargreaves – Bonapartist Lancelot, 2 year old o/w male, very balanced throughout, lovely for type, head well proportioned, gentle expression, correct ear set, moderate length of neck and well placed shoulders, slightly soft in topline, good rear end, good bone and feet, deep in chest very good ribbing and short coupled, well presented and handled not so free flowing on the move.

3rd – Wrights – Hawkwise Land Agent, really liked this one for type and size on entering the ring, well made but acting up on the move which was unfortunate.

Judge – Eddie Webster

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Brittany Club of Great Britain (Western Region) – Sunday 24th June 2018

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Training Day to be held at the Gamegoer Gundog Kennels, Heathfield Lodge, Bletchingdon, Oxford, OX5 3DU (by kind permission of Graham & Karen Watkin)

 Commencing 10.00 to 16.30 approx. Fee £10 for members, £12 non-members.

PROGRAMME

 

10.00 Introduction

10.15 – 12.30 General Disobedience – Beginners – Steve Wright, Novices – Norma Ansell, (Maurice Cook assisting ‘special needs’)

Covering the principles of obedience – creating willingness and respect, improving response, the dog’s understanding of your commands, developing handling skills. Training in basic heelwork, stays and recall. Advice available on behavioural problems.

There are farm animals on site to test your dog’s steadiness with these.

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch

13.30 – 15.00 TAN preparation (for the Test d’Aptitudes Naturels) at the Brittany Club’s Le Weekend in July. This is the Club’s entry event into any sort of fieldwork with Brittanys and is open to any dog that has not previously won the event. Involves finding caged game in rough grassland and does not require any prior training.

15.00 -16.30 General fieldwork – Steve Wright, Maurice Cook

Hunting for game. How to develop a quartering pattern. A secure rabbit pen is available.

Retrieve. Training the retrieve with dummies and cold game, from puppies onwards. Split retrieves, memory retrieves, etc.

Water. The venue has an extensive and inviting lake.

Steadiness. Nipping problems in the bud. Introduction to gunshot.

13.30 -16.00 Agility & Canicross – Norma Ansell & any volunteer who knows about canicross!

Introducing agility to young dogs and developing response. Coaching for those who are already on their way.

This is an opportunity to find out about competitive sports that are very suitable for the pet Brittany and offer good outlets for their energy.

These will take place at the same time as the Fieldwork and we envisage you moving from one to the other as you wish.

16.00 – 16.30 End of day

Questions and answers. Feedback of future needs.

 

SOCIAL NOTES

Please bring everything you need with you, i.e. dog/s, lead & collar, dummy/ies, whistle, waders/wellies, towels, water & drinking bowl. Also bring your own food with extra to share. There is a barbecue on site if anyone wants to cook their own!

 

Other HPR breeds are very welcome.

 

DIRECTIONS TO GAMEGOER GUNDOGS

Take the B4027 turn off the A34, 1 mile south of the M40 Junction 9. Head towards Bletchingdon for 100 yds, then turn right to Heathfield Lodge. BCGB signs will direct you from there.

 

WHOSE TRAINING YOU

Steve Wright has worked Brittanys with hawks for 30 years. He previously trained guide dogs for over 20 years, having competed in obedience prior to this. He has bred 8 generations of his Hawkwise Brittanys and became a Committee Member of the BCGB in 2006 before coming Chairman in 2014. Latterly he has been exploring the world of Field Trials. He works his dog on three local shoots each week and does both beating and “picking up”.

 

Maurice Cooke is a member of the Kennel Club General Committee and of its Crufts Sub Committee and is an ex member of the Activities Sub Committee and Working Trials Council having competed successfully in this sphere for many years. He, with his partner Norma, have owned and bred Brittanys for 18 years. Maurice is also working on local shoots and competing at Working Tests and Trials.

 

Norma Ansell is an experienced dog trainer & animal behaviourist, having competed and won Tickets in Obedience. Now concentrates on Working Trials and Agility. Her bitch “Hawkwise Bedouine over Gefni” was the highest graded Brittany ever to compete in the UK and is now the mother of the highest achieving Brittany in this sphere.

 

PLEASE TELL OTHER BRITT OWNERS ABOUT OUR TRAINING DAYS. EARLY HELP CAN PREVENT A GREAT DEAL OF DISTRESS FOR OWNERS AND DOGS.

ASK TOO ABOUT OUR MENTORING SYSTEM. WE MAY BE ABLE TO PUT YOU IN CONTACT WITH AN EXPERIENCED CLUB MEMBER WHO HAS ALREADY SURVIVED THE BRITTANY CHALLENGE!

VISIT THE CLUB WEBSITE www.brittanyclub.co.uk.   

CONTACT STEVE WRIGHT ON 01789 772413 or email stevewright.falconer@virgin.net

 

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Notice of Annual General Meeting 2018

Brittany Club of Great Britain Logo - http://www.brittanyclub.co.uk
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Sunday 25th February 2018.
Yelvertoft Village Hall, Northamptonshire NN6 6LY.

The meeting will start at approx. 1pm after the conclusion of the Open Show.

Items for the Agenda and new nominations for Committee positions should be received by the
Secretary, in writing, no later than 11th February 2018.

Pleasenote that only fully paid up members
of the club may propose or second amendments to club rules or support the election of someone to
the committee or an officer position.

Committee and Officer Vacancies
The Chairman position is vacant following the end of the three year term of office.

Mr S Wright seeks re-election.

The Field Trial Secretary position is vacant following the resignation of the post holder.

The vacancy is for the remainder of the current term, until 2020.

Committee vacancies x 7
Miss J Cocking and Mr H Nelson are seeking re-election having served a three year term.
All committee posts are for a 3 year term unless otherwise stated.

Brittany Club of Great Britain: Officers and Committee s 2017/2018
Officers of the Committee: Year next due for election Committee: Year next due for election
Patron: Pierre Willems Not applicable Mr John Anderson 2020
President: Mrs Margaret Green Not applicable Mr Dave Anderton 2019
Chairman: Vacant 2021 Mr Andrew Barlow-Evans 2020
Vice-Chairman: Mrs Kathy Gorman 2019 Mrs Mandy Boaz 2020
Secretary: Mrs Ann Samardzija 2019 Ms R Holt 2020
Treasurer: Mrs Anne Massie 2020 Mr Mike Porter 2019
Field Trial Secretary: Vacant 2020 Mrs Jan Taylor 2020
Mrs Maureen Withey 2020
Vacant x 7 2021

The Agenda will be published on the Club Website as soon as practical before the Annual General
Meeting. The full Agenda and Accounts will be available at the meeting. Any member wishing to
receive a copy of the Agenda and Accounts before the meeting should send a stamped addressed
envelope to the Secretary.

Downloadable documents

Notice of Annual General Meeting 2018 (PDF)

Nomination form – committee (Word Doc)

Unconfirmed Minutes of the 2017 Annual General Meeting are available in the Members Area of the
Club Website.

In accordance with Club rules this will be the only notice sent.

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Shot Over Day – 16th January 2018

mykp Club Events, Field Trials, News and Events 4th January 2018
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Shot Over Day – 16th January 2018

If you are booked to attend the Shot Over Day on 16th January 2018 please contact John Anderson and make yourself know to him.

Sarah Finch who was organising the day on behalf of the club is unable to make it, so John has stepped in at the last minute to save the day.

The event on 16th January is fully booked.

You can contact John on john.anderson@brittanyclub.co.uk

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SHOOTOVER DAYS Tuesday 16th January & Tuesday 23rd January

mykp Club Events, News and Events 30th October 2017
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The Brittany Club Great Britain (BCGB)
SHOOTOVER DAYS Tuesday 16th January (full)

 And

 NEW – Tuesday 23rd January
(runners decided by draw, preference to members with Brittany’s)

 Near Woodbridge, Suffolk

Open to 4-6 dogs, £50 each, aiming for 3 runs per dog

 Currently there are large fields of sugar beet but it is not known if this will still be there in January. There are a lot of fields and open woodland and some hedges we will try and do some open land and woodland later if no joy on open fields.

If interested, please contact fieldtrialsecretary@brittanyclub.co.uk

Our thanks go to Andy Coveney of Tillybirloch Brittanys for securing this opportunity

Full flyer can be downloaded here in PDF format

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Open AV HPR Field Trial, December 8th

mykp Club Events, Field Trials, News and Events 30th October 2017
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Dear Members
The Brittany Club will be holding an Open AV HPR Field Trial in December, which I hope you will support.

Open AV HPR Field Trial

Friday 8th December 2017
Venue: New Farm, Norton, Nr. Evesham, Worcestershire. WR11 4TN
Judges: Fiona Wensley and Christine Carpenter
Time: Meet at 8.30am for a 9.00am start

Limited Places – Book Now
Fees: BCGB Members £25 per entrant. Non- members £35 per entrant.

Closing date for entries is 27th Nov 2017

Draw will be made via Fosse Data on the 3rd December 2017
Draw results will be emailed to all entrants.

Venue courtesy of Mr & Mrs Onens

The schedule and entry forms are available to download below as PDF documents.

Open AV HPR Field Trial Schedule

Entry Form

 

 

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Breed Specific Seminar

doganjo Club Events, News and Events, Uncategorised 17th March 2017
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The BCGB will be holding a breed specific seminar with hands on assessment at Crick Village Hall, Northampton NN6 7TE on sunday 22ND October. Presenter will be Kathy Gorman. Limited number of places.

Full seminar £25.00 Observers £15.00

(to include lunch and refreshments.)

For booking form please contact Janette Yarrow on 01255 886946 or 07812380214

Even if you have no plans to judge but want to learn more about the breed standard, it is a good opportunity to go as an observer.

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Le Weekend 2017, Walford College Campus, Shropshire, SY4 2HL.

mykp Club Events, Events, News and Events, Uncategorised 14th January 2017
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Le Weekend 2017 Documents

PDF Documents

 KC Points of the dog Assessment with Kath Gorman Championship Show 2017 Entry Form Championship Show 2017 Schedule

Word Documents

 Le-Weekend Brochure 2017 Le-Weekend Booking Form 2017 TAN entry form Le Weekend 2017

Activities Entry Form Le Weekend 2017

Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th July 2017

Le Weekend 2017 WALFORD COLLEGE CAMPUS. NORTH SHROPSHIRE COLLEGE, BASCHURCH, SHROPSHIRE SY4 2HL on 8th and 9th July 2017

Located in almost 600 acres of grounds this is a superb , rural setting, but within easy reach of large conurbations such as Birmingham and Manchester with motorways nearby.

Full catering facilities in the Campus Restaurant.  Accommodation on site consists of well appointed single or twin rooms, with ensuite facilities.

Le Weekend 2017 WALFORD COLLEGE CAMPUS. NORTH SHROPSHIRE COLLEGE, BASCHURCH, SHROPSHIRE SY4 2HL on 8th and 9th July 2017

Click here to view on Google Maps

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Saturday 8th July 2017 10.30 am

Main Judge: Mrs Anne Massie (ABERDON)

Anne is a founder member of club, and a committee member for a number of years, brought first show Brittany into Scotland in 1983 and has promoted the breed in both bench and field.  Currently owns two show champions, one with a Sh CM; has bred an International Champion and an Irish Show Champion, as well as others in the stud book. Has been judging all breeds since 1990.

Memorial Classes Judge: Mr Ray McDonald(ROANJORA)

Main breed Irish Red & White Setters. Awards CC’s in 3 breeds. First involved with Brittanys at Ringcraft classes developed interest in breed attended breed Seminar in 2002 and has judged the breed at a few shows.

Also featuring, probably at lunchtime  

(all champions and rescue dogs welcome – please contact Jan Taylor – jantaylor5@btopenworld.com)

PARADE OF CHAMPIONS & SHOW CHAMPIONS

PARADE OF RESCUE DOGS

(Special rosette and gift for each participant.)

Le Weekend 2017 WALFORD COLLEGE CAMPUS. NORTH SHROPSHIRE COLLEGE, BASCHURCH, SHROPSHIRE SY4 2HL on 8th and 9th July 2017

There will be the usual Club Gala Dinner on the Saturday evening

WORKING AND ACTIVITIES DAY

Sunday 9th July 2017 9.30 am

extensive safe grounds for our annual

NATURAL APTITUDE ASSESSMENT

(TAN Test des Aptitudes Naturels)

Beautiful lake for the REEP – Deep water retrieve

Le Weekend 2017 WALFORD COLLEGE CAMPUS. NORTH SHROPSHIRE COLLEGE, BASCHURCH, SHROPSHIRE SY4 2HL on 8th and 9th July 2017

Other events on Sunday:

OBEDIENCE

RALLY-O New fun event this year

AGILITY

TIMED STAY

SPRINT

For intending Judges under the new KC initiative – Points of Dog Seminar and Assessment (POTD certificate) – morning session around 10.30; afternoon session around 3.30 pm Application form from Jenna Cocking.

Also Demonstrations on grooming, presentation and show handling.

We will also have the usual Tombola and Club Shop and a few trade stands on both days

General enquiries please contact : Jenna Cocking

(07793 037800 or jenna.cocking@gmail.com)

 

Bookings for accommodation or meals please contact: Jenna Cocking

(07793 037800 or jenna.cocking@gmail.com)

Show hall for inclement weather

Le Weekend 2017 WALFORD COLLEGE CAMPUS. NORTH SHROPSHIRE COLLEGE, BASCHURCH, SHROPSHIRE SY4 2HL on 8th and 9th July 2017

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