Guelph & District Kennel Club - April 22, 2017
We made the trek to the Guelph show for one day on April 22, 2017 with Hunter, Vedder and Molson.
(Entry [11 total]: 2 class boys, 6 class girls, 3 champion boys, 0 champion girls)
Vedder earned Winner's Bitch, Best of Winners, Best Puppy in Breed and Best of Opposite Sex for a 3 point major win against an entry of 8 class Weimaraners. This put her total at 7 points towards her championship.
Hunter earned Winner's Dog for his third point towards his Championship. This also marked the debut of his co-owner Lisa in the Conformation ring. She did a great job with him!
Molson debuted in the Veteran's ring, and we had lots of fun but did not advance.
Limited Breed - Sporting Breed Show
(Entry [7 total]: 2 class boys, 4 class girls, 1 champion boys, 0 champion girls)
Vedder earned Reserve Winner's Bitch, in an entry of 4 class girl Weimaraners. Although it was not worth points, we were very proud of how she showed.
Hunter earned Winner's Dog for his fourth point towards his Championship.
Victoria County Kennel Club - April 29/30, 2017
Against a much smaller entry the following weekend, Bronwyn and Vedder traveled to Lindsay for the Victoria County show. The entry for both days was 0-2-1-0, meaning there were two class girls and one specials (champion) boy. On Saturday, Vedder earned Winner’s Bitch, Best of Opposite Sex and Best Puppy in Breed for her 8th point. On Sunday, Vedder showed like a little rock star and earned Best of Breed and Best Puppy in Breed, over the Champion to finish her Canadian Championship with a bang under Judge Lynda Saranchuk. She was just under 9 months of age. (Photo below).
K-W Kennel Club - May 20, 2017
We made the trip to the K-W show for one day, again like the Guelph show where there was an all-breed and a limited breed show on the same day.
Limited Breed Show – German Breeds
(Entry [7 total]: 2 class boys, 2 class girls, 1 champion boys, 2 champion girls)
Vedder debuted as a special (champion) working towards her Grand Championship. She was awarded Select Bitch for 1 point – her first Grand Champion point.
Hunter earns his 5th championship point by taking Winner’s Dog and Best of Winners.
(Entry [6 total]: 1 class boys, 1 class girls, 2 champion boys, 2 champion girls)
Vedder was awarded Select Bitch for 2 points – her first Grand Champion major and bringing her to 3 grand champion points in her first day as a special.
Hunter was awarded Reserve Winner’s Dog.
Vedder - New Champion - Victoria County April 2017 - Judge: Lynda Saranchuk