FORTHCOMING CLUB EVENTS & SHOWS
BBQ & Fancy Dress
Competition, Bewdley, Worcs - Sunday 4th September 2016. Further
details will be circulated to members nearer the time.
Open Show, Overseal,
Derbyshire - Sunday 20th November. Judge Mr David Jenkins
For more details on all of the above events and shows, please visit our
Events page. Write up and pictures from our Summer Fun Day on 12th
June 2016 are now on our
Results and Judge's critique from our Championship Show held on Sunday 17th July now available on our
Members of both the Midland Counties
Airedale Terrier Club and the Airedale Terrier Training Club of Rushmoor manned
the Airedale Terrier stand in the Discover Dogs section of Crufts 2016, which
took place at the NEC in Birmingham from 10th to 13th March.
Our volunteers were kept busy with a
steady stream of visitors, particularly on the Saturday and Sunday, and as
always the stand looked very impressive, giving visitors lots of information
about the Airedale Terrier. Thanks
as always go to MCATC Secretary Julie Martin for her sterling work in decorating
the stand and co-ordinating the stand volunteers throughout the four days of the
In the breed rings, the Airedales
were judged by Mr W Browne-Cole on Sunday 10th March.
Best of Breed & Dog CC was ITA CH Expression Factor-X of Malton, owned by
N Pisani & J M Bouma. Bitch CC was
Muliebrity Harmony owned by Miss T Hampton & Miss D Hall.
Best Puppy was Sonorra Skylark owned by Mr & Mrs Connell.
Below is 10 month old Gibson enjoying
his first ever visit to Crufts, and who represented the breed on the Sunday
afternoon. Our thanks as always to
all our volunteers and their Airedales for giving up their time to make sure
that the King of Terriers was well represented at the world's most famous dog
SUBMISSION OF JUDGING CVS
If you judge Airedales and would like to be considered for inclusion on our
judging list, then please submit your CV and complete a judging questionnaire
via our Contacts Page
DOGS LEFT UNATTENDED IN CARS - an
important reminder from the Kennel Club which is particularly timely during the
summer months, but which is important throughout the year, as even on what may
seem like cooler days cars can still heat up very quickly. Please
here to read
The Kennel Club's press release and click
here to view a very informative short video warning of the dangers of
leaving dogs unattended in cars - entitled 'Don't Cook Your Dog'.
© Midland Counties Airedale Terrier Club 2016