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08-08-2011, 05:46 PM

Crossbreed Show - Sandbach, Cheshire - Sat 3rd Sept

I am excited to announce Cheshire's first Crossbreed and mongrel show to be held at Dig It Dog Training, Betchton, Sandbach, Cheshire, CW11 2TG. Show opens at 11am for entries and the skills classes and judging in the show ring will commence at 12noon.

There will also be a UKA agility show taking place at the same venue on this weekend so lots to watch as well as join in with.

There are show handling classes, Cheshire's Scamp heat for the final at the end of September, show classes for crosbreed dogs as well as classes open to all dogs. Below is the list of all the classes taken from the shedule. All classes will be placed to 6th and will recieve rosettes as well as prizes.

Hopefully this will become a annual event.

HANDLING CLASSES (Crossbreeds & Mongrels Only)
Sponsored by The Crossbreed & Mongrel Club
1. JUNIOR HANDLER 7 - 10 years
2. JUNIOR HANDLER 1116 years
3. ADULT HANDLER
Winners of handling classes qualify for Top Handler at Scamps 2011
SCAMPS HEATS (Crossbreeds & Mongrels Only)
Sponsored by Delta Dog Supplies (www.deltadogs.co.uk)
4. BEST DOG 18 & UNDER
5. BEST BITCH 18 & UNDER
6. BEST DOG OVER 18
7. BEST BITCH OVER 18
SCAMPS HEAT WINNER & RESERVE
The Scamps Heat Winner qualifies for Scamps 2011 unless it has already done so in another show this show season, in which case the Reserve will qualify.
SHOW CLASSES (Crossbreeds & Mongrels Only)
8. MOST HANDSOME DOG
9. PRETTIEST BITCH
10. BEST JUVENILE (6mths - 2 yrs)
11. BEST VETERAN (7-10 years)
12. SUPER VETERAN (11 years+)
13. BEST RESCUED
14. BEST MOVER
15. BEST CONDITIONED SMOOTH COATED
16. BEST CONDITIONED ROUGH COATED
17. MOST UNUSUAL CROSS
Best In Show from winners of classes 8-17 3
Crossbreed & Mongrel Dogs registered for Working Trials & Obedience can enter C.M.C shows and Scamps Heats without objection by the Kennel Club.
All day Skills Events
50p A GO, ENTER AS MANY TIMES AS YOU LIKE, BUT ONLY YOUR FASTEST TIME COUNTS
FUN CLASSES (OPEN TO ALL EXCEPT 1
18. BEST SINGLE BREED
19. IRISH BRACE (2 dogs unalike)
20. MOST APPEALING EYES
21. BEST TRICK (one trick per dog)
22. JUDGES CHOICE
FASTEST RECALL
 CROSSBREEDS 18 & UNDER
 CROSSBREEDS OVER 18
 LURCHER TYPES (any size)
 PEDIGREES (any size)
FASTEST WEAVES
FASTEST CHOCOLATE BUTTON EATER
HOOK-A-DUCK
FASTEST RETRIEVE
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08-08-2011, 07:11 PM
What a great show, my crossbreeds would love it. Sadly its a bit to far for us!
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10-08-2011, 10:32 PM
Originally Posted by tillytheterrier View Post
What a great show, my crossbreeds would love it. Sadly its a bit to far for us!
I was thinking the same i would go to this too with my Border Collie/Gsd cross but working saturday unless i book it off a month before, that reminds me need to book paws in the park off,lol and cheshire a bit far, pity they don't organise a show mainly aimed at crossbreeds on the south east coast .(Brighton maybe OR Eastbourne so not too far and could be accessed by entrants from both east and west sussex.
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11-08-2011, 07:33 PM
Originally Posted by SmokeyRabbit View Post
I was thinking the same i would go to this too with my Border Collie/Gsd cross but working saturday unless i book it off a month before, that reminds me need to book paws in the park off,lol and cheshire a bit far, pity they don't organise a show mainly aimed at crossbreeds on the south east coast .(Brighton maybe OR Eastbourne so not too far and could be accessed by entrants from both east and west sussex.
That would be great. Paws in the park is the nearest that I know has a crossbreed section. We won the open class and got reserve best in show there last year!
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16-08-2011, 06:22 PM
Due to generous sponsorship, all entrants will be recieveing a goodie bag so no-one goes home empty pawed.
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23-08-2011, 04:41 PM
Show now has it's own website
http://crossbreedshow.weebly.com

Also best in show winners will be getting a portrait of their dog(s) taken by Andy Farmer Photography.
The Best rescue and most unsual cross classes have been sponsored by The Bestoke Dog Bakery so some yummy treats for all entrants in those classes.
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07-09-2011, 12:18 PM
I am pleased to announce that the show was a success and will be repeated next year.

We raised 226.50 for Oldies Club which will be matched pound for pound by Barclays bank!



Thank you to everyone who attended - I hope you enjoyed your day. See you next year.
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08-09-2011, 11:28 AM
Sounds fab! I would have loved to have attended with Roxy, but unfortunately there is never anything like this up here in Scotland!
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