We hope you like the new Curly Coated Retriever Club website and some of the new features. Watch out for further developments and improvements…..
The CCRC are pleased to announce that we are holding a Breed Appreciation Day (BAD) on Saturday 23rd September 2023, at Chelford Village Hall, Knutsford Road, Chelford, Macclesfield, SK11 9AS. Further details can be obtained by contacting Breed Education Co-ordinator Caron Chattwood.
Don’t forget to celebrate the Kings Coronation this year. The CCRC are producing a special celebration tea towel & tote bag, each product will be £10 or for a tea towel & bag bundle there’s the special price of £15.
They will hopefully be available at National Dog Show but please note it is likely we will only be able to take cash payments. Orders for posting will be available after the show (for the price of postage).
West of England Ladies Kennel Society (WELKs) took place on 30 April 2023 and whilst there are no CCs available at this show for Curlies, we had 15 entered for judge, David Alcorn.
His principle winners were:
Best of Breed, Best Puppy, Best Bitch – Mr J & Mrs M B Stephens, Ravenho Up Town Girl for Brightmeadow
Reserve Best Bitch – Mr B J & Mrs S M Perkins, Tengore Ruby Tuesday
Best Dog – Ms R & Mr L Davies & Bradstock, Maycourt Kashmir Con Redanimo
Reserve Best Dog – Mr J & Mrs M B Stephens, Ravenho Looks Like Trouble for Brightmeadow
Ravenho Up Town Girl for Brightmeadow was also awarded Puppy Group 3
For all the details don’t forget to have a look at our Show Results page.
Tay Valley, 29 April 2023
2nd Miss G Duff, Overbore League of Their Own
Roz Davies has been out and about using her judging skills taking on the difficult appointment of judging at a Charity Dog show for street dogs. What a great cause Roz!
There were four Curlies at the West Midlands CCR Training Hub on 29 April 2023. They had a good time focusing on the needs of the handlers and their dogs. In the afternoon the dogs did some nice water retrieves from the lake and delivery to hand, cooling off after all their hard work in the morning. The next meet up is with Haydn Ebrey a gundog man and Gamekeeper, contact Lesley Eden for further details.
Cameron Stokes was volunteering at a YKC training day at the KC building at Stoneleigh this weekend. They had Agility, Obedience, Hoopers and Handling Training. The training took place in forty minute sessions with 2 sessions of ‘Team Time’. There were 4 teams of 8, and Cameron’s Team won the competition to design and make a Coronation Crown and Outfit using the materials supplied. Sounds like a fabulous weekend!
For anyone with young handler’s, joining the YKC provides lots of great opportunities for building confidence in the ring with advice from those who were in YKC, more details can be found on the Kennel Club website.
LKA – December 2022
The Ladies Kennel Association show critique from judge Richard Bott is now available.