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CSCOI 2012 Championship Show Catalogue.
79
th
CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW
CATALOGUE
24TH MARCH, 2012
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MIRJAM VAN DIJK, EDWIN KERSSIES
AND ABEL THE COCKER SPANIEL
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UNDER LICENCE OF THE IRISH KENNEL CLUB
JUDGE MRS. BARBARA CRITCHLEY (WHIPSPAN)
THE COCKER SPANIEL CLUB OF IRELAND
OFFICERS & COMMITTEE 2010/2012
PRESIDENT:
Ms. S. K. Kelly
VICE PRESIDENT:
Mr. W. McEntee
TREASUER:
Mrs. D. Concannon
IKC REP:
Ms. C. Fallon
CUP STEWARD:
Mr. M. Concannon
CSCOI/DCSS JOINT HEALTH COMMITTEE
Ms. I. Knapp, Mrs. M. McEntee O’Sullivan and Mr. P. M. O’Sullivan
FIELD TRIAL COMMITTEE
FIELD TRIAL SECRETARY:
Mr. E. Jennings
Mrs. K. Creamer, Mr. T. Creamer and Mr. P. Cox (Asst. F.T. Sec.)
COMMITTEE
Mrs. M. Davis, Ms. C. Fallon, Mr. R. Kelly, Mr. B. Kennedy and Mr. K. Kennedy
GUARANTORS TO IKC
Mrs. D. Concannon, Ms. S. K. Kelly, Mrs. M. McEntee O’Sullivan and Mr. P. M. O’Sullivan
WEBSITE
Mr. P. M. O’Sullivan & Contributors (Thanks to all that do)
HON. SECRETARY :
Ms. B. McEntee Campbell
Crookshane, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +353 (0)87 6122012 OR +353 (0)1 4580189 AFTER 6PM.
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FOREWORD FROM OUR PRESIDENT, Ms. S. K. Kelly
On this, the Clubs 79th Championship Show I wish welcome
all and hope for everyone to share this most special day.
I offer my deepest thanks as usual to all who have
contributed to ensure the show’s success with your entries,
raffle prizes, donations and especially those who worked
and given freely of their time on the Clubs behalf. Our
community is as we make it.
For members, this past year like many others has marked
the passing of dear friends and colleagues that now must
slip into the Breeds history but I wish just to mention them
once more in tribute.
From our own shores Mr. Trevor Steward and Mr. George Johnston and most recently from across the waters,
Mrs. Patricia Shaw. I shall miss their presence, their banter and laughs, not to mention all their work behind the
scenes for the North of Ireland and Ulster Cocker Clubs and their visits south.
I shall also miss my visits to Ravensby Hall and Mrs. Shaw’s experience, knowledge and welcomes.
I know our little community can but offer our condolences to their families, but please know we hold their
memories very dear and with the deep respect they earned in our Community.
My congratulations to both the Owners and their Cocker Spaniels who gained their Irish Champion titles, Junior
Champion titles and of course those who also gained their Junior Diploma awards in 2011. It’s not been a bad
twelve months for Cockers on the Show scene judging by the titles gained.
As Breeders we have known for many years, the health issues of our Breed, however this year’s Crufts example
exhibits our responsibility.
Six of the fifteen Best of Breeds were not passed for exhibition in Best in Show after independent Veterinary
inspection, Eye conditions being the major reason. There is more on this subject in the Health Report.
I also extend a warm welcome to any New Members. Membership is very important as you now have a voice in
where you want the Breed and Clubs evolution, as a member your opinion does really matter.
A very special welcome to our Junior Handler entries – The Club really does take pride in the fact we’ve always
enjoyed an active Junior Handlers scene. You are our Club of the future after all. I can only encourage you by
saying every one of us are thrilled to see you showing and remember any advice the Judges give is to help
improve your handling skills for the next show.
Thank you all and Good Luck for 2012. I look forward to meeting you all at the show.
Sally Kelly
A WORD FROM OUR SECRETARY…
Dear Members & Exhibitors,
The officers and committee would like to extend our
sincere thanks for your support over the last year.
In November we ran two very successful Field Trials,
thanks to Pat and Enda for their hard work on that front.
It is now a vibrant and growing sector of the club.
In February, we ran our 2nd All Breed Open Show in
conjunction with the Dublin Cocker Spaniel Society. We
achieved a bumper entry and the show was a great
success.... a big thanks to the joint committees for all their
hard work.
This year, in April, we are holding our first joint Seminar
we would appreciate the support of our members.
I would like to extend a CEAD MILE FAILTE to our judge, Mrs. Barbara Critchley, for so kindly
agreeing to judge today. I hope you enjoy your visit with us.
Thanks to our loyal sponsor, ROYAL CANIN, for their generous sponsorship of all classes today.
Thanks, to Paul, for his work on the CSCOI website and catalogue, it is truly appreciated.
To all who have helped in anyway. Thank you!
I hope everyone has an enjoyable day.
Bernadette
CLASS ENTRIES 75
DOGS 26
BITCHES 37
NFC 0
The Cocker Spaniel Club of Ireland and Dublin Cocker Spaniel Society
Joint Health Committee
Dear Members & Exhibitors,
Our focus continues to be upon maintaining the Health, comfort and welfare of our breed.
Since Crufts 2012 further attention has been directed to those conditions of conformation that may have effects
upon the eye. Some of the conditions, which we should focus, our attention to are: Entropion, a condition in which the lid margin turns inwards causing eye lashes and hair to rub on the cornea (front
of the eye) thus causing discomfort and damage. This condition is easily recognised and requires urgent treatment.
Although the lower lid is usually affected the upper lid of the ageing cocker spaniel can also be involved.
Ectropion is when the lower lid hangs outwards and its margin does not lie in its normal position. Discomfort and
ocular damage are not permanent features and the condition may therefore be overlooked. However this condition
usually affects both eyes to a similar degree. It will reduce efficiency of tear drainage, causing overflow and visible
staining and a constantly wet skin.
Drooping of the lid inevitably exposes the inner surface to the environment and to
drying. Inflammatory consequences will result conjunctivitis with reddening and
discharges. The condition in its varying degrees will be recognised by most
observers of cocker spaniel faces. These features we should try to avoid in our
breeding programmes.
The Hereditary Retinal Conditions listed under the BVA Eye Scheme are: Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) and Retinal Pigment Epithelial Dystrophy
(RPED). A DNA test for PRA is available from OptiGen.com
This DNA test checks only a single inherited condition, whereas an eye
examination under the BVA / Eye Scheme screens your dog for a wide range of
ocular diseases many of which are not of a hereditary cause. Diagnosis of RPED
relies upon an eye examination.
The diagnosis of Goniodysgenesis an abnormality of ocular development of the
eye is available as an additional to the standard screening.
Breed specific statistics relating to the BVA Hip Dysplasia Scheme have been published. 1013 cocker spaniels had
been examined with a breed mean score of 13.
Breeders should try to choose breeding stock with hip scores well below the BMS, which is 13 for cocker spaniels.
We as responsible owners and breeders of cocker spaniels should bear these facts in mind when selecting breeding
stock or considering breeding.
It is the clubs intention to continue offering eye examination sessions at our shows and I hope that you our members
will avail of this and give us your continued support to improve our breed here in Ireland.
Ingrid Knapp
R.V.N.
On behalf of the JHC.
IRISH BREED TITLES AWARDED IN 2011
The Club wishes to congratulate and acknowledge these Cockers, their Owners and Breeders who worked so hard to gain their
Irish titles in 2011.
CHAMPIONS
Sh. Ch. Asquanne Godgiven To Kerrijoy
Black Bitch, Angel -Deville born on 07/08/2009.
Owned by Kerry Brennan & Tommy Hamilton,
Breeder Anne & Alan Webster
Sire: Charbonnel War Hero
Dam: GB. Sh. Ch. Asquanne Gizane
Sh. Ch. Baysway Solar Prince
Black Dog, Toby was born on 02/11/2006.
Owned by Ken & Barty Kennedy
Breeder William McEntee & Maria McEnteeO’Sullivan,
Sire: Lochdene Raddegy Rorin
Dam: Sh. Ch. Lochdene Candy Floss
Sh. Ch. Kerrijoy The Black Panther
Black Dog, Bagheera was born on 29/05/2009.
Owned & Bred by Kerry Brennan & Tommy Hamilton,
Sire: Craigdean Howdy Hamish
Dam: Sh. Ch. Hilfiger Witchy Woman of Kerrijoy
CHAMPIONS
Sh. Ch. Lynshow Sea Breeze
Blue Roan Bitch, Breeze was born on 04/01/2007.
Owned and Bred By Mrs. Catherine Mason
Sire: Lynwater Sea Haze
Dam: Lynshow Blue Lilly
Sh. Ch. Su. Ch. Manaca's Cutting Corners
Blue Roan, Magnus born on 28/07/2005.
Owned by Sandra & Roger Williams.
Breeder Monica Forsander,
Sire: DECh. VDHCh. Eisbar vom Schloss Hellenstein
Dam: SU(u)Ch. Manaca's Alice in Chains
Sh. Ch. Saidhbhín Keen Leader
Blue Roan Bitch, Venus was born on 05/07/2007.
Owned & Bred by Paudie & Martina O’Shea
Sire: GB. Ch. Lindridge Ticket to Ride
Dam: Sliabhcon Lucky Garnet
Sh. Ch. Saidhbhín She’s Our Native
Blue Roan Bitch, Delta was born on 14/07/2008.
Owned & Bred by Paudie & Martina O’Shea
Sire: Baysway Blue Danill
Dam: Sliabhcon Lucky Garnet
JUNIOR CHAMPIONS
Baysway Poetry In Motion (Jun Ch)
Blue Roan Bitch, born 23/02/2010.
Owned and Bred by William McEntee &
Maria McEntee- O’Sullivan
Sire Bruno Prince
Dam Sh. Ch. Pride of Baysway
Hillview Brave Bugsy (Jun Ch)
Black Dog, born 22/06/2010.
Owned and Bred by Mr. Padraig Holohan
Sire Zakova Rock A Fella Jun Ch JD
Dam Black Mol
Hillview Julie June (Jun Ch)
Black Bitch, born 22/06/2010.
Owned and Bred by Mr. Padraig Holohan
Sire Zakova Rock A Fella Jun Ch JD
Dam Black Mol
Kerrijoy Valentino (Jun Ch)
Black Dog, born 15/02/2010.
Owned & Bred by Kerry Brennan & Tommy Hamilton
Sire Claramand In Line
Dam Kerrijoy Beautiful Madness
Lochranza Mamma Mia at Stiloga (Jun Ch JD)
Black Dog, born 02/05/2010.
Owned by Ms. Linda A. Graham
Breeder Mesdames J. Gillespie & L. J. Wilding
Sire Lochranza Red Kite
Dam Lochranza None So Sweet
FIELD TRIAL REPORT
The Cocker Spaniel Club of Ireland held this year's two Open (Confined) Cocker Trials on 15th and 24th of November 2011.
Both Trials took place on the Bracken Hill Shoot at Cranford, County Donegal, by kind invitation of Mr. Stuart McIntosh Shoot
Proprietor. The scenic location of the Shoot became obvious as Judges, Competitors, Stewards and Spectators arrived at the
section of the Grounds allocated to the Trials. This was hillside and small valleys as far as the eye could see. The Ground
consisted of bracken, heather, rushes and bramble resulting in all dogs receiving similar Ground and as was to transpire very
similar opportunities relating to Game also.
This is an ideal Spaniel Ground which had all the ingredients to ask all the questions of good Spaniels. Should the
complementary remarks of all in attendance be considered this Ground was the real deal.
Game supply is a vital component to a successful Field Trial and those Trials were the classic example of cooperation between
Club and Shoot personnel. This was very obvious as Stuart and Club Field Trial Sec Enda Jennings in their capacity as Beat
Stewards ran the day in a quiet and assured manner. Game produced on the day consisted of Pheasants, Partridge, Duck,
Woodcock and Snipe. Each dog had plenty Game to show their potential at all times. Judges for the Trial on 15th November
were Mr. Liam Dundon (A) from County Limerick and Mr. Andrew Robinson (A) of Whaupley Cockers from Yorkshire. Mr.
Anthony Smyth from County Louth was (C) Judge. A full card and reserves augured well for the future of working Cockers.
The morning dawned dry and overcast for the Trial on 15th November. A moderate breeze made hunting and shooting
conditions ideal. The Trial started in bracken interspersed with small patches of loose bramble. As the dogs continued the
consistency of the Ground became evident and also visible was the hunting quality of the Cockers. All dogs were more than
able to deal with the terrain and it was really developing into a quality Trial. The guns were dealing with most of the Game
produced and were shooting for the dogs. As in all Trials there were the unlucky/inexperienced dogs and handlers whose day
we suspect will come.
As the day progressed the quality and polish of the real contenders began to show. The three Judges conferred and made up
their books. Speculation was rife, was there a clear winner or was there to be a run off? The Secretary called four dogs to
water and we were still in suspense. As the steam rose from the backs of the dogs, the matter was finally settled and the
results were as follows.
RANK & OWNER
DOG/BREEDER
1st: Mr. Paul Murphy Co. Down.
Oldgang Ginger of Jackshea, - Mr. M. A. Wilkinson.
2nd: Mr. J. McGonagle, Co. Derry.
Sperrinside Breeze, - Mr. P. Cassidy
Bannbracken Bramble, - Mr. D. Kyle.
3rd: Mr. K. Lindsay, Co. Down.
4th: Mr. D. Creamer, Co. Dublin.
Cheweky Gigges, - Mr. M. Whitehouse.
GRADED
Excellent
Very Good
Very Good
Good
At the presentation Field Trial Sec. Enda Jennings thanked the Shoot Proprietor, Judges, Guns, the Clubs Sponsor Trio Bloom Pet
Foods and Competitors for a very sporting and enjoyable day. He wished the Winner every success in the Spaniel
Championship. The Cocker Spaniel Club of Irelands Rathborne Cup was presented to first place, Mr. Paul Murphy and C.B.
Oldgang Ginger of Jackshea. Both Judges were high in their praise of the Ground and the Game supply and also the hunting
qualities of all the dogs on the day. To quote one Judge "All dogs were having a real go!" Both also complemented all involved
regarding the very sporting attitude shown during the whole day.
The day concluded with the Lady of the Shoot, Trish extending an invitation to all present to some warm food in the very
homely and comfortable guns room where the Craic continued for some time.
The Clubs second Trial took place on 24th November. Once again the weather was favourable with a dry morning but a
stronger wind. The Trial commenced on different Ground but in almost
identical conditions of bramble, heather, rushes and bracken. The Judges on
this occasion were Mr. Aidan Patterson (A) from County Antrim and Mr.
John Dickson (A) from Scotland and Mr. Christy Murphy (C) from County
Mayo.
A full card and reserves once again was most encouraging for the future of
working Cockers. The Trial commenced with the dogs hunting an upwind
beat and as in the previous Trial, the standard of hunting by all the dogs
was top drawer.
Some dogs desire to get on with the job of finding Game meant some
steering problems for their handlers while again there were the unlucky
ones where things just did not fall into place. Such are the uncertainties of
Field Trials and dogs that lacked the bit of luck on the previous occasion
were able to shine on this occasion.
Once again the guns were well aware of the requirements for shooting for
the benefit of the dogs. The Game supply was once again just right plentiful
but not to the extent of a bird under every bush. Game came at regular
intervals resulting in dogs meeting plenty but needing good hunting
performances to produce the Game. This hunting requirement was visible in all the dogs. Some retrieving problems were to
prove costly to some dogs on this occasion but another seasons experience will bring the required finish.
The Judges having gone through their books and spoke to the Secretary resulted in four dogs going to water. A clean water test
resulted in the following results.
RANK & OWNER
DOG
GRADED
1st: Mr. D. Elliot, Co. Armagh.
Abbylara Smarty, - Mr. D. Elliot
2nd: Mr. P. Cromwell, Co. Down.
Higherend Buzi,- Mrs. A. Marriot.
Very Good
Creccamarch Ice, - Mr. R. Deveraux - Biggs.
Very Good
3rd: Mr. K. Lindsay, Co. Down.
2nd: Mr. J. McGonagle, Co. Derry.
Sperrinside Swift, - Mr. P. Cassidy.
Excellent
Good
The presentation of prizes and Trio Bloom Dog food were made to the award winners by the CSCOI Field Trial Secretary Mr.
Enda Jennings. The Cocker Spaniel Club of Irelands Colonel Scott Moore Cup was presented to first place, Mr. Des Elliott and
C.B. Abbylara Smarty. Enda thanked the Bracken Hill Shoot, the Guns, Judges, Competitors and all Stewards who helped on
both Trial days. He wished the winner every success in the Spaniel Championship.
Both Judges expressed the view that the dogs were all good quality hunters and retrievers and the standard of dogwork was of
a very high standard overall. Both Judges were agreed that the Ground and Game supply were of Championship standard.
The owner of the winning dog thanked everybody involved and on behalf of the Competitors made a presentation to Stuart and
Trish. Mr Ken Lindsay on behalf of the Competitors also thanked the Shoot for putting at our disposal such fantastic Ground
and Game supply and the generosity shown to all on both days. He also referred to the "Grand Sporting Occasions" that both of
this year's Trials enjoyed at Bracken Hill Shoot and felt that Spaniel Field Trials needed such days.
The formalities concluded with the presentation of a beautiful framed print of a Cocker scene to Stuart and Trish on behalf of
the Cocker Spaniel Club of Ireland. The picture was donated by the Creamer family who have for so many years contributed so
much to the progression of all breeds of Gundogs but particularly championed the interests in the Working Cocker in this
country.
The Club owes an immense debt of gratitude to the commitment of Mr. Tom and Kay Creamer, both Gundog protagonists, who
having joined the Club in the 60's and with the mentorship of others of that time that have championed the both the Breed and
the Working Cocker Spaniel. Maybe we sometimes forget what Cocker Spaniel people like these two do, silently contributing so
much on our behalf so we may now have the opportunities we are blessed with today. In the 1970's, along with other like
minded people, they were members of the committee that dedicated itself to the Club securing our first Spaniel Championship.
Our most sincere thanks to them both and long may they continue!
Mr. Stuart McIntosh thanked all for their generosity and kind remarks and thanked the Club members for their help towards
the Shoot on shoot days and indeed throughout the year. All then adjourned to the comfort of the guns room for the customary
hot food supplied by our hostess Trish.
Pat Cox
Show List of Trophies 2012
Class 1
Baby Puppy Dog
Rosette
Class 2
Minor Puppy Dog
The Silver Slipper Cup
Class 3
Puppy Dog
The Noham Cup
Class 4
Junior Dog
The Roxley Cup
Class 5
Intermediate Dog
Class 6
Open Dog
Class 7
Champion Dog
Rosette
Class 8
Veteran Dog
Rosette
Class 9
Baby Puppy Bitch
Rosette
Class 10
Minor Puppy Bitch
Tynte Perpetual Challenge Cup
Class 11
Puppy Bitch
The Millner Cup
Class 12
Junior Bitch
The Connolly cup
Class 13
Intermediate Bitch
The Lick Bla Cup
Class 14
Open Bitch
The Stewart Cup
Class 15
Champion Bitch
Rosette
Class 16
Veteran Bitch
Rosette
Class 17
Brace
The Capers Cup
Class 18
Special New Members
The Mistelle Cup
Class 19
Junior Handling < 10 yrs
Class 20
Junior Handling 11 – 16 yrs
Best Baby Puppy
Best Puppy
Best Veteran
The Of Ware Cup
The Ardfoy Cup
Rosette
The Richard Cup
The Tynte Puppy Cup
Int. Ch. Lick Bla Bernice and Lick Bla Buff (1958 Ch)
Breeders Bowl
The Mrs. Doherty Memorial Trophy
Best Junior Handler
The Dr. W.J. Roche Trophy
Green Star Dog
The Kilbride William Salver
Reserve Green Star Dog
The Wilson Cup
Green Star Bitch
The Leo Whiston Perpetual Memorial Cup
Reserve Green Star Bitch
The Tinvane Memorial Cup
The Grace Scott Moore Memorial Perpetual
Challenge Cup
The Of Merok Trophy
Best in Show
Reserve Best in Show
SPECIALS
Rosettes for First to Fourth in all classes.
Special Rosettes for winners of Brace, Junior Handler, New Members, Res. Green Stars, Green Stars, BIS and R. BIS.
Spot Prizes… there will be spot prizes throughout the show, winners will be drawn at random by Ring Number. (Open to
Members only- one prize per member).
Note: Trophies will only be awarded to fully paid up members who reside in Ireland.
DEFINITION OF GRADES QUALIFICATIONS AND PLACINGS (FCI)
The qualifications given by the judges must correspond to the following definitions:
EXCELLENT may only be awarded to a dog which comes very close to the ideal standard of the breed, which is
presented in excellent condition, displays a harmonious, well-balanced temperament, is of high class and has
excellent posture. Its superior characteristics in respect of its breed permit that minor imperfections can be ignored;
it must however have the typical features of its sex.
VERY GOOD may only be awarded to a dog which possesses the typical features of its breed, which has wellbalanced proportions and is in correct condition. A few minor faults may be tolerated but none of a morphological
nature. This award can only be granted to a dog that shows class.
GOOD is to be awarded to a dog that possesses the main features of its breed however showing faults provided
these are not concealed.
SUFFICIENT must be awarded to a dog which corresponds adequately to its breed, without possessing the generally
accepted characteristics or whose physical condition leaves something to be desired.
DISQUALIFIED must be awarded to a dog which does not correspond to the type required by the breed standard;
which shows a behaviour clearly not in line with its standard or which behaves aggressively; which has testicular
abnormalities; which has dental flaw or a jaw anomaly; which shows a colour and/or coat imperfection or clearly
shows signs of albinism.
This qualification shall also be awarded to dogs that correspond so little to a single feature of the breed that their
health is threatened. It should furthermore be awarded to dogs that show eliminating faults in regard to the breed
standard.
Dogs that cannot be awarded one of the above qualifications shall be released from the ring with the rating:
CANNOT BE JUDGED. This rating is to be given to any dog which does not move, constantly jumps up and down on
its handler or tries to get out of the ring, makes it impossible to assess the gait and the movement or avoids
constantly to be examined by the judge and makes it impossible to inspect teeth, anatomy and structure, tail or
testicles. This rating is also to be given if traces of operations or treatment can be observed which seem to indicate
that the exhibitor wanted to deceive the judge.
The same applies if the judge has ample reason to suspect operations that were intended to correct the original
condition or feature (e.g.: eyelid, ear or tail). The reason why the dog was rated CANNOT BE JUDGED has to be
stated in the judge’s report.
The four best dogs in each class are placed provided that they have been awarded at least the qualification “VERY
GOOD”.
PUPPIES
VERY PROMISING. General appearance: “Very Promising Type” whose merits in structure and conformation are
such that it can be considered a very promising specimen of the breed.
PROMISING. General appearance: “Promising Type” whose merits in structure and conformation are such that it
can be considered a promising specimen of the breed.
Class 1
Baby Puppy Dog
Entries 4
1
Bailie, Ms. Linda E.,
THORNBOOK APPALACHIAN - D - RAF, 12/10/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Thornbrook Mackintosh - Thornbrook Daytripper
2
Baldwin, Mr. John & Mrs. Margaret,
KILIVORY BACK TO BLACK - D - Z22614, 21/10/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Kilivory Sky Warrior (JD) - Kilivory Lady Grace (JD)
3
Brennan, Mrs. Kerry,
BLACKHILLS BACK ON TRACK WITH KERRIJOY (IMP SWE) - D - RAF, 11/10/2011 - Staaf, Mrs. K.
Bobby Brown Black Petrs - Blackhills Keeping Faith
4
Holohan, Mr. Padraig,
HILLVIEW COLOURED DUDE - D - Z20626, 05/10/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Zakova Rock A Fella (Jun Ch JD) - Black Mol (Jun Ch)
Class 2
Minor Puppy Dog
5
Brennan, Mrs. Kerry,
KERRIJOY APOLLO - D - RAF, 01/09/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Claramand In Line - Kerrijoy Beautiful Madness
6
O'Shea, Mr. Paudie,
SAIDHBHÍN KEY TO THE KINGDOM - D - Z20201, 24/08/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Cassom Rock Star - Sh. Ch. Saidhbhín Keen Leader
Class 3
Puppy Dog
7
Bailie, Ms. Linda E.,
THORNBROOK LOVESICK BLUES - D - Z16107, 22/04/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
GB. Sh. Ch. Glenntrees Let's Jive In Kalrizienne - Thornbrook Hope Springs
8
Kelly, Ms. Sally K.,
ACARREAGH THAT'S MY BOY SAM - D - Z08607, 18/04/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Acarreagh Lone Ranger - Acarreagh Last Waltz
9
Laverty, Mr.Chris & Mrs. Hilary,
LAVERIS TOUCH & GO - D - Z17615, 17/05/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Sh. Ch. Lynshow Sea Breeze - Sh. Ch. Rushmi Isabella
10
McEntee & McEntee O'Sullivan, Mr. William & Mrs. Maria,
BAYSWAY FADE TO GREY - D - Z12447, 03/06/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Bruno Prince - Baysway Blazing Kate (Jun CH)
Entries 2
Entries 4
Class 4
Junior Dog
Entries 3
11
Laverty, Mr.Chris & Mrs. Hilary,
LAVERIS ALFIE MOON - D - Z17614, 27/02/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Rayol Danny Boy - Lynwater Wigeon
12
O'Donnell, Mr. Kevin & Mrs. Katherina,
DOONROCK GOLDEN KNIGHT - D - Z07891, 01/01/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Sh.Ch. Lynshow Golden Pheasant (AN CH07- CW07) - Sandown Orchid
13
O'Sullivan, Mr. Brian,
FORESTPINE MAJESTIC JOY FOR ALL - D - Z12690, 30/05/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
GB. Sh. Ch. Lochranza For Your Eyes Only - Chavez Gaelic Connection at Forestpine (Jun Ch)
Class 5
Intermediate Dog
Entries
14
Bailie, Ms. Linda E.,
THORNBROOK THE CANDY MAN CAN - D - Y97411, 30/05/2010 - Br. Exhibitor.
Thornbrook Mackintosh - Thornbrook Castorama
15
Brennan, Mrs. Kerry,
ASQUANNE GALAHAD FOR KERRIJOY - D - Z01699, 02/10/2010 - Webster, Mr. Alan & Mrs. Anne,
GB. Sh. Ch. Helenwood Innovation (Sh CM) - GB. Sh. Ch. Asquanne Gizane (JW)
16
Holohan, Mr. Padraig,
HILLVIEW BRAVE BUGSY (Jun Ch) - D - X85210, 22/06/2010 - Br. Exhibitor.
Zakova Rock A Fella (Jun Ch JD) - Black Mol (Jun Ch)
Please keep in mind I.K.C. rule, if your dog fouls the venue indoors or
outdoors and you do not clean it up you will be fined €50
Save yourself money and clean up after your dog, and at the same
time you will be assured of a comfortable venue to show your dog
next year.
Class 6
Open Dog
Entries 8
17
Bailie, Ms. Linda E.,
CARJINBAR PEEKABOO AROUND THORNBROOK - D - Y69363, 22/07/2007 - Roper, Carol M.,
Charbonnel Bachelor Among Carjinbar - Carjinbar Seven of Nine
18
Brennan, Mrs. Kerry,
KERRIJOY VALENTINO (Jun Ch) - D - Y87654, 15/02/2010 - Br. Exhibitor.
Claramand In Line - Kerrijoy Beautiful Madness
19
Callaghan, Mr. Frank,
BAYSWAY CLASS ACT - D - Y73923, 23/02/2010 - McEntee & McEntee O'Sullivan, Mr. William & Mrs. Maria,
Bruno Prince - Sh. Ch. Pride of Baysway
20
Graham, Ms. Lisa A.,
INCORRIGABLE KURT AT STILOGA - D - Y51785, 25/01/2009 - Harrison, Mrs. C.,
Thornbrook Roger Rabbit - Cottesloe Sunset
21
Kelly, Ms. Sally K.,
ACARREAGH DEBONAIR - D - X31075, 15/08/2005 - Br. Exhibitor.
Baysway Sebastian Two - Lochdene Special Delivery
22
Kelly, Ms. Sally K.,
ACARREAGH LONE RANGER - D - Y78629, 20/03/2010 - Br. Exhibitor.
Bruno Prince - Sh. Ch. Lochdene Silver Thimble
23
Knapp, Ms. Ingrid O.,
TEMPLECARRIG GAMBLER BOY - D - Y35334, 29/09/2008 - Br. Exhibitor.
Lynwater Solar Eclipse - Lindridge Topaz
24
O'Shea, Mr. Paudie,
SAIDHBHÍN MARCO'S DREAM - D - X92570, 05/07/2007 - Br. Exhibitor.
GB. Sh. Ch. Lindridge Ticket to Ride - Sliabhcon Lucky Garnet
Class 7
Champion Dog
Entries 2
25
Baldwin, Mr. John & Mrs. Margaret,
Sh. Ch. KILIVORY DERBY LAD (Jun Ch JD) - D - Y25253, 01/07/2008 - Br. Exhibitor.
Sh. Ch. Lynshow Golden Pheasant (CW 07) (An Ch 07) - Sh. Ch. Danmiad Leading Lady (JD)
26
McEntee & McEntee O'Sullivan, Mr. William & Mrs. Maria,
Sh. Ch. LOCHDENE SILVER THREAD (CW 06) - D - W85999, 31/05/2004 - Shaw, Mrs. Patricia G.,
Manchela Silver Ghost - Lochdene Little Doris
Class 8
Veteran Dog
No Entries
Class 9
Baby Puppy Bitch
Entries 5
27
Bailie, Ms. Linda E.,
THORNBROOK THE HONEY TRAP - B - RAF, 12/10/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Thornbrook Mackintosh - Thornbrook Daytripper
28
Baldwin, Mr. John & Mrs. Margaret,
KILIVORY LADY JANE - B - Z22615, 21/10/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Kilivory Sky Warrior (JD) - Kilivory Lady Grace (JD)
29
Brennan, Mrs. Kerry,
BLACKHILLS BEWITCHED BY KERRIJOY (IMP SWE) - B - RAF, 11/10/2011 - Staaf, Mrs. K.
Bobby Brown Black Petrs - Blackhills Keeping Faith
30
Keegan, Ms. R.,
HILLVIEW PIXIE LOTT - B - Z20630, 07/10/2011 - Holohan, Mr. Padraig,
Odeakell Boss - Elegant Molly
31
O'Donnell, Mr. Kevin & Mrs. Katherina,
DOONROCK DREAM ESTEEM - B - Z21760, 21/10/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Charles of Kingston - Kiwiwest Razza Ma Jazz
Class 10
Minor Puppy Bitch
Entries 4
32
Brennan, Mrs. Kerry,
KERRIJOY VENUS - B - RAF, 01/09/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Claramand In Line - Kerrijoy Beautiful Madness
33
Concannon, Mr. Michael & Mrs. Denise,
BENBREEN SPECIAL EFFECTS - B - Z17007, 12/07/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Bruno Prince - Magical Mist at Benbreen
34
O'Shea, Mr. Paudie,
SAIDHBHÍN STRANDSEND - B - Z20199, 24/08/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
Cassom Rock Star - Sh. Ch. Saidhbhín Keen Leader
35
Perkins, Mrs. Janette,
LAVERIS SUMMER BREEZE - B - Z2504, 24/09/2011 - Laverty, Mr.Chris & Mrs. Hilary,
Sh. Ch. Lynshow Sea Breeze - Laveris Skye Blue
Class 11
Puppy Bitch
Entries 2
36
Bailie, Ms. Linda E.,
THORNBROOK KRYSTAL CLEAR - B - Z16106, 22/04/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
GB. Sh. Ch. Glenntrees Let's Jive In Kalrizienne - Thornbrook Hope Springs
37
O'Sullivan, Mr. Brian,
FORESTPINE A STARRY DREAM TO CHERISH - B - Z12688, 30/05/2011 - Br. Exhibitor.
GB. Sh. Ch. Lochranza For Your Eyes Only - Chavez Gaelic Connection at Forestpine (Jun Ch)
Class 12
Junior Bitch
Entries 4
38
Burke, Mrs. Maureen,
SHADOWSIDE MAGICAL MISSY (GB) - B - Y99792, 09/10/2010 - Wainright, Mr. Paul,
Bizzhaie Bishopsgarth Boy At Shadowside (GB, SWE) - Molkara Gold Laced At Shadowside (GB)
39
Concannon, Mr. Michael & Mrs. Denise,
MIZ HAZIE FANTAZIE AT BENBREEN - B - Y95408, 02/10/2010 - Br. Exhibitor.
Baysway Solar Prince - Baysway Happy Dream
40
Kelly, Ms. Sally K.,
BAYSWAY MY BLUE HEAVEN - B - Z04045, 07/03/2011 - McEntee & McEntee O'Sullivan, Mr. William & Mrs. Maria,
Bruno Prince - Manchela Born To Boogie
41
McEntee & McEntee O'Sullivan, Mr. William & Mrs. Maria,
BAYSWAY RHAPSODY IN BLUE - B - Z04044, 07/03/2011 - McEntee & McEntee O'Sullivan, Mr. William & Mrs.
Maria,
Bruno Prince - Manchela Born To Boogie
Class 13
Intermediate Bitch
Entries 4
42
Burke, Mrs. Maureen,
ELLIE OF ALTORE - B - Y87915, 01/08/2010 - Burke, Ms. Mary,
Sh. Ch. Lochdene Silver Thread (CW 06) - Lucy Mary of Granlahan
43
Graham, Ms. Lisa A.,
LOCHRANZA MAMMA MIA AT STILOGA (Jun Ch JD) - B - Y91144, 02/05/2010 - Gillespie & Wilding, Mesdames J. &
L. J.,
Lochranza Red Kite - Lochranza None So Sweet
44
Kelly, Ms. Sally K.,
LOCHDENE MY SHADOW - B - Y96773, 17/06/2010 - Shaw, Mrs. Patricia G.,
Kyrenia Gamekeeper at Lochdene - Lochdene Christian Dior
45
Laverty, Mr.Chris & Mrs. Hilary,
SELNNA DARK CRYSTAL AT LAVERIS - B - Z04525, 15/09/2010 - Chambers, Mr. Les & Mrs. Ann,
Claramand In Line - Selnna Double Diamond
Class 14
Open Bitch
Entries 13
46
Baldwin, Mr. John & Mrs. Margaret,
KILIVORY LADY GRACE (JD) - B - Y25254, 01/07/2008 - Br. Exhibitor.
Sh. Ch. Lynshow Golden Pheasant (CW 07) (An Ch 07) - Sh. Ch. Danmiad Leading Lady (JD)
47
Baldwin, Mr. John & Mrs. Margaret,
LAVERIS MIDNIGHT LADY - B - X83657, 02/04/2007 - Laverty, Mr.Chris & Mrs. Hilary,
Lynshow Millers - Lynshow Puffin
48
Davis & Kelly, Ms. M. & Mr. R.,
THE SPECIAL ONE OF SANDOWN - B - Y82308, 10/02/2010 - Br. Exhibitor.
Sh. Ch. Lochdene Silver Thread (CW 06) - Westcoat Royal Queen
49
Graham, Ms. Lisa A.,
STILOGA HOP THE WAG - B - Y11656, 02/11/2007 - Br. Exhibitor.
Buddonness Day Break - Ashview Miss Prim
50
Holohan, Mr. Padraig,
HILLVIEW JULIE JUNE (Jun Ch) - B - Y85208, 22/06/2010 - Br. Exhibitor.
Zakova Rock A Fella (Jun Ch JD) - Black Mol (Jun Ch)
51
Knapp, Ms. Ingrid O.,
TEMPLECARRIG AUTUMN MIST - B - Y35333, 29/09/2008 - Br. Exhibitor.
Lynwater Solar Eclipse - Lindridge Topaz
52
Laverty, Mr.Chris & Mrs. Hilary,
LYNWATER VANITY FAIR - B - Y90034, 04/10/2007 - MacLean, Mrs. Elizabeth,
Lynwater Sea Haze - Lynwater Sweet Nutmeg
53
Laverty, Mr.Chris & Mrs. Hilary,
LYNWATER FAVOUR - B - Z19556, 04/04/2009 - Maclean, Mrs. E.,
Esp. Ch. Bencleuch Bollinger - Rhuston Oh Mary
54
McEntee & McEntee O'Sullivan, Mr. William & Mrs. Maria,
BAYSWAY POETRY IN MOTION (Jun Ch) - B - Y73925, 23/02/2010 - Br. Exhibitor.
Bruno Prince - Sh. Ch. Pride of Baysway
55
McLoughlin, Mr. John,
LUSCIOUS LOIS LANE - B - Y87426, 02/12/2009 - Breen, Mrs. V. L.,
Sh. Ch. Hustonia Diablo (CW 09) (An Ch 09) - Blue Dream Girl
56
O'Shea, Mr. Paudie,
GARDENSTONE GRINS N' GIGGLES - B - Y73156, 02/11/2009 - Donnellan, Mrs. Yvonne,
Terriles Taittinger - Gardenstone Starlight
57
O'Sullivan, Mr. Brian,
CHAVEZ GAELIC CONNECTION AT FORESTPINE (Jun Ch) - B - Y53671, 23/05/2009 - Gilmour, Mrs. Jean,
Charbonnel Swedish Design - Chavez Royal Quest
58
Class 15
O'Sullivan, Mr. Brian,
HUSTONIA LUCINDA AT FORESTPINE (Jun Ch) - B - Y47889, 14/03/2009 - Huston, Ms. Laura,
Sh. Ch. Selnna Solitary Man - Donatal Geneva
Champion Bitch
Entries 4
59
Brennan, Mrs. Kerry,
Sh. Ch. ASQUANNE GINNIFER AT KERRIJOY (CW 10) (An Ch 10) - B - Y15419, 26/11/2007 - Webster,
Mr. Alan & Mrs. Anne,GB. Sh. Ch. Lochranza For Your Eyes Only - GB. Sh. Ch. Asquanne Gizane (JW)
60
Kelly, Ms. Sally K.,
Sh. Ch. LOCHDENE SILVER THIMBLE - B - W86257, 31/05/2004 - Shaw, Mrs. Patricia G.,
Manchela Silver Ghost - Lochdene Little Doris
61
O'Shea, Mr. Paudie,
Sh. Ch. SAIDHBHÍN KEEN LEADER - B - X92575, 07/05/2007 - Br. Exhibitor.
GB. Sh. Ch. Lindridge Ticket to Ride - Sliabhcon Lucky Garnet
62
O'Shea, Mr. Paudie,
Sh. Ch. SAIDHBHÍN SHE'S OUR NATIVE - B - Y26954, 14/07/2008 - Br. Exhibitor.
Baysway Blue Danill - Sliabhcon Lucky Garnet
Class 16
63
Veteran Bitch
Knapp, Ms. Ingrid O.,
LINDRIDGE TOPAZ - B - X03062, 19/06/2004 - Hackett, Mrs. Angela,
Lindridge Show Stopper - Lindridge Copper Candy
Entries 1
Class 17
Brace
Entries 5
Bailie, Ms. Linda E.,
(7)
THORNBROOK LOVESICK BLUES
(Class
3)
(36)
THORNBROOK KRYSTAL CLEAR
(Class 11)
Baldwin, Mr. John & Mrs. Margaret,
(2)
KILIVORY BACK TO BLACK
(Class 1)
(28)
KILIVORY LADY JANE
(Class 9)
(16)
HILLVIEW BRAVE BUGSY (Jun Ch)
(Class 5)
(50)
HILLVIEW JULIE JUNE (Jun Ch)
(Class 14)
(22)
ACARREAGH LONE RANGER
(Class
(60)
Sh. Ch. LOCHDENE SILVER THIMBLE
Holohan, Mr. Padraig,
Kelly, Ms. Sally K.,
6)
(Class 15)
McEntee & McEntee O'Sullivan, Mr. William & Mrs. Maria,
(41)
BAYSWAY RHAPSODY IN BLUE
(Class 12)
(54)
BAYSWAY POETRY IN MOTION
(Class 14)
Class 18
Special New Members
Entries 2
Callaghan, Mr. Frank,
(19)
BAYSWAY CLASS ACT
(Class
6)
Keegan, Ms. R.,
(30)
HILLVIEW PIXIE LOTT
(Class
9)
Junior Handling < 10 yrs
Entries 3
Class 19
Curran, April,
(16)
HILLVIEW BRAVE BUGSY (Jun Ch)
(Class 5)
McLoughlin, Graham,
( )
TBA
(Class
McLoughlin, Ronan,
(55)
LUSCIOUS LOIS LANE
(Class 14)
Junior Handling 11 – 16 yrs
Entries 2
Class 20
Campbell, Devon,
(26)
Sh. Ch. LOCHDENE SILVER THREAD
Curran, Coleen,
(50)
HILLVIEW JULIE JUNE (Jun Ch)
Not For Competition
(CW 06)
)
(Class 7)
(Class 14)
No Entries
WINNERS
BEST BABY PUPPY EXHIBIT NO:
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BEST PUPPY EXHIBIT NO:
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BEST JUNIOR HANDLER EXHIBIT NO:
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GREEN STAR DOG EXHIBIT NO:
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RESERVE GREEN STAR DOG EXHIBIT NO:
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GREEN STAR BITCH EXHIBIT NO:
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RESERVE GREEN STAR BITCH EXHIBIT NO:
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BEST IN SHOW EXHIBIT NO:
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RESERVE BEST IN SHOW EXHIBIT NO:
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THE COCKER SPANIEL CLUB OF IRELAND
&
DUBLIN COCKER SPANIEL SOCIETY
IKC ACCREDITED
4 SPANIEL BREED SEMINAR
National Show Centre, Cloghran, Co. Dublin
on
th
Saturday 28 April 2012
Seminar will cover:
Cocker Spaniels
American Cocker Spaniels
Speaker: Mrs. Kay Creamer (Cretoka)
Speaker: Mr. Colm Beattie (Branstock)
Clumber Spaniels
English Springer Spaniels
Speaker: Mr. Ralph Dunne (Richley)
Speaker: Mrs. Wendy Bentley (Wenark)
Limited Number of Hands on Tickets Available
For
Cocker Spaniels, American Cocker Spaniels & English Springer Spaniels
PLEASE BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISSAPOINTMENT
Tickets €25.00 Including Soup & Sandwich for Lunch
€10.00 for Hands on 1st Breed
€5.00 for any Additional Breeds
STARTS
Contact: Clodagh Fallon
Ph: 0863690664
[email protected]
11:00 AM
2012 LIST OF MEMBERS
HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS
MEMBERS (continued)
Mrs. Kay Creamer
Ms. R. Keegan
Mr. Tom Creamer
Mr. Robert Kelly
Mr. Harry Graham
Mr. B. Kennedy
Ms. Sally K. Kelly
Mr. K. Kennedy
Mr. William McEntee
Ms. Ingrid Knapp
Mr. Chris Laverty
MEMBERS
Mrs. Hilary Laverty
Ms. Linda E. Bailie
Mrs. Bernadette McEntee Campbell
Mr. John Baldwin
Mrs. Maria McEntee O'Sullivan
Mrs. Margaret Baldwin
Mr. John McLoughlin
Mrs. Mary Bourke
Mr. Kevin O'Donnell
Mrs. Maureen Burke
Mrs. Katherina O'Donnell
Mr. Frank Callaghan
Mr. Paudie O'Shea
Mrs. Denise Concannon
Mr. Brian O'Sullivan
Mr. Michael Concannon
Mr. Paul M. O'Sullivan
Mr. B. Connolly
Mrs. Janette Perkins
Mrs. B. Connolly
Mr. Pat Cox
Mrs. Mary, Davis
Ms. Clodagh Fallon
MEMBERS UNDER 16
Mrs. O. Fallon
Miss. Ciara Campbell
Ms. Lisa Graham
Miss. Devon Campbell
Mr. Padraig Holohan
Miss. April Curran
Mr. Enda Jennings
Miss. Colleen Curran
2012 – LIST OF EXHIBITORS
Bailie, Ms. Linda E., - Thornbrook Kennels, 42 Drumaness Road, Ballynahinch, Co. Down. BT 24 8LT
Baldwin, Mr. John & Mrs. Margaret, - Killivory, 2124 Highfield Estate, Newbridge, Co. Kildare.
Brennan, Mrs. Kerry, - 35 Glebecoole Park, Glengormley, Co. Antrim. BT36 6HX
Burke, Mrs. Maureen, - Altore, Granlahan, Ballinlough, Co. Roscommon.
Mr. Frank Callaghan, - 16 Abbeyview, Monkstown, Co. Dublin.
Concannon, Mr. Michael & Mrs. Denise, - Waterdale, Claregalway, Co. Galway.
Graham, Ms. Lisa A., - 52 Stiloga Road, Eglish, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. BT71 7PR
Holohan, Mr. Padraig, - Hillview, Deerpark, Ballinsloe, Co. Galway.
Ms. R. Keegan, - Enquiries only via http://www.cscoi.ie/contact.html
Kelly & Davis, Mr. Robert& Mrs. Mary, - Cahermoyle, Ardagh, Co. Limerick.
Kelly, Ms. Sally K., - Acarreagh, Piercetown, Kilcock, Co. Kildare.
Knapp, Ms. Ingrid O., - Enquiries only via http://www.cscoi.ie/contact.html
Laverty, Mr. Chris & Mrs. Hilary, - 86 Downshire Road, Holywood, Co. Down. BT18 9LY
McEntee & McEntee O'Sullivan, Mr. William & Mrs. Maria, - Crookshane, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin.
McLoughlin, Mr. John,- Crofton Park, Ballina, Co. Mayo.
O'Donnell, Mr. Kevin & Mrs. Katherina, - Gardenfield, Tuam, Co. Galway.
O'Shea, Mr. Paudie, - Beginish Way, Gurranebane, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry.
O'Sullivan, Mr. Brian, - The Cottage, Glengara Park, Glenageary, Co. Dublin.
Perkins, Mrs. Janette, - 1 Redwood Drive, Kilnamanagh, Dublin 24.
NOTES
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