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A Wildflower at the Swansea 2012 Open show showered the competition with seed in the Graduate class and then taking the Best in Breed title for the show in Pembroke Welsh Corgi. In all twelve corgis were booked for the two classes including dogs which have had plenty off success.
Wildflower alias Milkywey’s Wildflower at Balletcor went on to take her first and the kennels senior Pastoral group 1.
Porscha, as she is known flew in from Mary Marshall’s kennel in Michigan in November and has settled down to a life in the UK.
In the same Graduate class our Balletcor Gabriel Goch who was second to Porscha took the puppy title Best Puppy in Breed and was then third in pastoral puppy group.
In all the kennel took 9 rosettes at the show.
i think most of past results are at akc for roy jones. what shows???
Does anyone know where I can find entry numbers from a previous show other than the AKC? For some reason this show I am looking up doesn't have it's last year entry numbers up (but I know they had a show last year--a friend of mine went to it). The super is Roy Jones, but all I can find is there is the normal premium list.
very interesting. i also like the different class divisions. we have 6-9, 9-12 and 12-18 months. followed by novice, american bred, bred-by-exhibitor and then open. the novice class is for dogs that haven't won a blue ribbon. years ago, there was actually an AKC judge showing in the novice class. i could not believe it. oops- almost forgot, they also have an ameteur-owner handled class. i love it when you can go thru all the puppy classes. and i use to use the american bred class for dogs that were older than 18 months but not quite mature enough for open. a lot of people don't like that class but i did a lot of winning form it. i imagine that your post graduate class would be the same as our american bred. now, what is your limited class requirements?
Thanks Vicky for the honour of enlightening people on how to qualify for crufts 2012
In Championship show where Championship Certificates are offered between 7th Jan 2011 and 9th Jan 2012 you have to finish 1st, 2nd or third in the following classes
Minor Puppy 6 to 9 months
Puppy 6 to 12 months
Junior all puppies and dogs to 18 months
Yearling 12 to 24 months
And if it wins a 1st prize in any class at Crufts 2011
In a Premier Open Show gaining a BoB where there were more than 3 breed classes.
If it has won BiS or RBiS or Best Puppy in Show at a general Open.
and finally Veteran
At the Manchester Champ show The Balletcor corgis won the Best Breeder in Breed a Kennel Club competition.
It was our Gabriels first outing and at 6 months and 3 days he qualified for Crufts 2013 coming third in Minor puppy.
Michael won the Dog entry for Good Citizen award for breed.
I have not had those judges before either. I just got the premium in the mail for the show.
I will be great to see your boy out there soon!
@Vicky Ya, that is the show I was telling you about. I have a copy of the Premium in the mail for you! :P
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