Well, the sun brollies are in use, ice cream a plenty and it has all lasted more than twenty four hours. Now that is something to go on the memory board and rejoice. Of course, this is at the time of writing these breed notes, but let’s stay positive, Mr Sunshine is all set up to stay for the summer months ahead. Talking to folk that journeyed up to Border Union Champ show in … [Read more...]
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Three Counties at the Malvern Showground is next on the agenda for the Breed Notes. We were not at the show this year and unfortunately no snippets have come through except for the results. As far as I am aware the weather was dry, so hopefully the rings outside could be in use. Much better surroundings to spend your day in, than the delectable designer sheds! Mark Cocozza … [Read more...]
Southern Counties Championship Show at Thatcham, near Newbury, a show that you need to put best foot forward and feet up at the end of the day. If your ring is situated at the wrong end of the ever ending marquee, rings numbered 1-30, then it is a long marathon to locate certain amenities. Unfortunately for Paps they drew the short straw with ring 29. For anyone with walking … [Read more...]
Oh indeed, glorious Bath Championship Show, this show is the leading light in the dog world showing experience. I am positive the committee have OCD, the list of benefits are endless for this show. Every blade of grass is mown within an inch of its life; the marquees are set up in precision formation being beyond an exhibitor’s wildest dreams and hard walkways for the rainy … [Read more...]
As all exhibitors head north for Bonnie Scotland, it is a busy weekend for Papillon exhibitors with two shows on the show calendar. First up on the Friday was May SKC. Always a good show, with the committee making sure everything runs smoothly along. The show is situated undercover in the Highland Hall, so the weather can throw whatever it wants at us and everyone stays snug … [Read more...]