Thanks to our Sponsors Forrest Feeds of Edingley Organiser Sue Hallam and Judge Miss Kate Harkness
Family Fun Dog Show kindly sponsored by Forrest Feeds of Edingley. RESULTS 1. Pedigree Puppy (Under 12 months) - Andy Nickel’s MOLLIE 2. Non- Pedigree Puppy (Under 12 months) - Jessica Wheatley’s BOBBY 3. Any Variety Gundog   - Vicki Strawson’s WILLOW.  4. Any Variety Terrier - Robin Winson’s MILLIE 5. Any Variety Pedigree (other than Gundog or Terrier)- Kim Sawyer’s SIDNEY 6. Any Variety other than Pedigree - Andy Nickel’s MEGAN 7. Best Veteran (over 7 years) - Ann Roe’s SKIPPER 8. Best Condition (Under 18”) -     Phoebe Crawford’s MAVIS 9. Best Condition (18” and Over) - Victoria Clifford’s DOLLY 10. Pride of Hoveringham  - Georgia Nall’s PURDEY 11. Best ‘Designer’ Dog (Labradoodle, Cockerpoo, etc) – Judy Garland’s BENJY 12. Best Rescue / re-home / pre-loved dog  Ellen Gasgoigne’s FOXY 13. Best Child handler up to 9 years  - Jessica Wheatley with BOBBY 14. Best Child Handler aged 10 upwards - Dan Lane with PADDY 15. Best Pair of Dogs -         Matt Coutts with MOOSE & MUFFIN 16. ‘Little and Large’ Dogs - Victoria Clifford with JACK & DOLLY 17. Best 6 Legs - Hanah Patterson & MIA 18. Dog with the Waggiest Tail - Orla Bulpit with MILO 19. Best Trick - Michelle Halfpenny with Bertie 20. Best Fancy Dress -   Jenna Clarke  with ALFIE 21. Dog that the Judge would most like to take home  - Andy Nickel’s MEGAN
Class 1 - 11 Winners
Class 12 - 20 Winners
Photos below
Hoveringham  Vintage Vehicle Rally  - Sunday 27th May 2018 Report of the Dog Show which was kindly sponsored by Forrest Feeds of Edingley. Blessed again with glorious weather, the judges Kate Harkness and Sally Hawton took the early decision to dispense with making each dog walk around the ring individually, in the interest of exhibitors and spectators alike, on what turned out to be a stiflingly hot afternoon.  Therefore, after the initial walk around in each class, and with apologies to anyone who missed their class, they proceeded through the schedule at a brisk pace. The Dog Show opened with the puppy classes where Andy Nickels Bulldog MOLLIE was the best Pedigree puppy, while Jessica Wheatley won best non-Pedigree puppy with BOBBY.  As always, Spaniels and retrievers predominated in the Gundog class, won by Vicky Strawson’s WILLOW, and Best Terrier was Robin Winson’s Border MILLIE.  Any Variety Pedigree was won by Kim Sawyer’s Whippet, SIDNEY, and the ‘Any Variety other than Pedigree’ was won by Andy Nickels Border Collie-cross, MEGAN.  The best Veteran dog (over 7 years) was Ann Roe’s SKIPPER. Smaller dogs predominated the show, with 14 entries in the best small dog (Under 18”) Compared to 6 in the best large dog (18” and Over) both of which are judged on the condition of the dog.  Phoebe Crawford’s Dachshund MAVIS won best small dog, and best large dog was Victoria Clifford’s Labrador DOLLY.  DOLLY also came 2nd in ‘Pride of Hoveringham’, which was won by Georgie Nall with another Labrador PURDIE, a team which was later placed 2nd in Best 6 Legs. Best ‘Designer’ Dog was Julie Garland’s BENJY and Ellen Gascoigne’s FOXY was best Rescue (including re-home / pre-loved) dog. Terriers predominated the childrens’ classes, where Jessica Wheatley had another success with BOBBY in the best handler under 10 years, while best handler aged 10 years upwards was Dan Lane with his West Highland White Terrier, PADDY. The best Pair of Dogs which was won by Matt Coutts with his Basset Hounds MOOSE & MUFFIN, and the Best ‘Little and Large’ pair of dogs was won by Victoria Clifford with JACK and DOLLY.   Always a popular class, the ‘Best 6 Legs’ was won by Hannah Patterson with MIA, while the ‘Dog with the Waggiest Tail’ was Orla Bulpit’s MILO. ‘High 5’s predominated in the class for the ‘Best Trick’, won by Michelle Halfpenny’s BERTIE, while there was absolutely no contest in the Fancy Dress class, which was won by Jenna Clarke’s rough haired Jack Russell Terrier ALFIE, who ably manoeuvred his cardboard John Deere Tractor around the ring. ALFIE also came 2nd in the last class of the day for the ‘dog that the judge would most like to take home’. Always popular, there were 12 entries despite the heat, and this was won by Andy Nickels’ Collie-cross MEGAN. Organiser Sue Hallam thanked the judges and also the competitors who really entered into the spirit of the classes. Particular thanks go, as always, to Forrest Feeds of Edingley for their kind sponsorship of the beautiful rosettes, and the willing and resourceful team behind the HVVS who ‘make it all happen’. Privacy Notice This report, the results and photographs are published in order to celebrate achievement and participation within the ethos of HVVS which is an inclusive day of family fun.  We fully respect your right to privacy and despite notification being given on the day that names and photos would be published, if you have any concern about, or objection to, any of the details as they appear, please contact us so that we may rectify the situation.