Buddies Yearling Stakes 2019 – National Terrier
The second of our Yearling Stakes heats was held at The National Terrier Show in Stafford on Saturday 6th April.
Both dog and bitch classes had fantastic entry levels, with judging from Mr P Wilkinson.
Securing their place at the final from the dog class was Fox Terrier (smooth) Zetamaz Carbon Copy JW Sh CM – pet name Colin. Colin was handled by the talented Sophie Wildig.
’18-month-old Colin has had a very successful show career to date. He won Puppy G1 at Paignton and Blackpool, along with other championship group placings. He also has 4 Reserve Challenge Certificates and was Best Puppy in Breed 2018 and runner up in the Terrier Group Puppy competition run by Our Dogs & Eden Dog Food Co.’ say owners Marie and Ade Brookes.
Joining Colin at the final is Verumamicus Aurora of Brakemill, who won the Bitch Class. Skye Terrier, Baylie is just 15 months old.
‘Baylie has 2 CC’s, both with BOB at Manchester and Crufts. She also has 2 Res CC’s. Young Baylie has various puppy group placings at championship shows. She also took Junior Warrant and 2 Best Puppy in show and 2 Res Best Puppy in Show at open shows.’ Says owner Mrs Curtis.
Winner of the Terrier Open Show Puppy of the Year 2019 (held at National Terrier)
Taking second place in the dog class was Tiltser Thunder Bay at Renevis, – pet name Murdo, who is owned by Janet Robertson. 18-month-old Welsh Terrier, Murdo, has had a very successful year so far taking 1 CC, 4 RCC’s, 1Best of Breed, numerous Best Puppy awards and a 1st in Junior Stakes at WKC at Championship level.
At Open show level, Murdo took 1 Best Puppy in Show, 2 Best in Show (One being the Welsh Terrier Open Show) and 1 Reserve Best in Show.
Taking second place in the bitch class was Diane Jenkins’ Norfolk Terrier, Kinsridge Chitchat – pet name Lulu. 20-month-old Lulu has 1 Challenge Certificate and many best puppy awards.
Third in the dog class was won by Norfolk Terrier, Javidel Despicable May.
Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Dandiroyal Cotswold Dream took third in the bitch class. 16-month-old Ellie, who is owned by Sheila Rolland, also took CC’s at Manchester and Crufts as well as RCC at National Terrier.
Mrs Mary Atkinson took RES in the dog class, with her 17-month-old Norfolk Terrier, Moortop My Mark Again – pet name Freddie.
17-month-old Fox Terrier (smooth), Foxidean Prettiest Star aka Fizz, took RES in the bitch class. ‘She has had a great year with many wins in Championship and Open shows in both breed and Stakes classes. It was so lovely to be placed in the large class for Buddies Yearling Stakes at National Terrier.’ Says owner Annette Kettle.
Mr P Wilkinson awarded VHC in the dog class to 15-month-old, Manchester Terrier, Harliboo Word Gets Around, aka Reggie.
‘He has had a very successful year so far and has won 19 Best Puppy in breeds, 5 puppy group placings, 4 Best Puppy in shows 2 in limit,1 at BMTC and 1 in open. He also has 1 reserve CC and qualified for Crufts at the age of 7 months old. Reggie took 1st place in junior dog at Crufts this year. We are so proud of our home bred boy. He is such a character and there’s never a dull moment with our Reggie.’ Says owner and handler Chris Boot.
VHC bitch was awarded to Kaszavolgyi-furge Betty Boop (imp). Little Jack Russell Terrier, Betty Boop, is just 15 months old.
‘Betty Boop took Best Bitch at Manchester 2019 and was Winner of puppy group 2 at East of England championship show. She also had Puppy group 1, 2, 3 and 4 placings at open shows and Adult group 2 and 3 winner as a puppy. Betty Boop was the Overall Royal Canin puppy stakes winner at Paignton in 2018 too.’ Says her talented handler Harry Russell.
Thank you to all who entered. The next qualifier will be held at the Hounds Association of Scotland show in Edinburgh on Saturday 13th April. If you would like more information on the Buddies Yearling Stakes, contact us at Hello@Buddies.co.uk